The kiss of a monster
February 03, 2012
The recent stunning disclosure of Norwegian government that their secret service is operating inside Pakistan is an eye opener for Pakistan. One can easily understand that they are not talking about the war-ravaged Afghanistan but Pakistan. The disclosure is just the tip of iceberg. The security situation in Pakistan is flimsy and pitiable than ever before. Institutional fight, moribund economy, decaying social values, racism, provincialism, ethnic rivalry, sectarianism, unprecedented price hike and scarcity of basic needs are few of the many challenges eating into the foundations of the state of Pakistan. But the kind of pace they have attained at the moment is both confounding and shocking and cannot be the outcome of incidental developments.
Most of the above-mentioned factors combine together to feed one thing and that is instability at the state level. This is badly needed by the hostile agencies of different countries inside NATO and outside. It merits a mention here that NATO and ISAF forces did not choose Afghanistan for picnic. NATO and American strategic planners knew that Afghanistan was comparable to South Sudan, Kenya, Saudi Arabia, Israel and Qatar (to name but few) in Middle East and Taiwan, the Philippines, Japan and North Korea in the Far East.
These are famous imperial dens to breed hostilities on colonial lines serving as intimidating outposts to maintain the vicious agenda of western regal dark forces promoting their fetish imperialism in the name of cooperation, democracy, aid, development and stability. Same is true for Afghanistan when occupied forces used it as a den to destabilize Pakistan and to put it on the verge of complete annihilation and dismemberment. The hostile agencies are working to achieve this ultimate goal to implode Pakistan from within. This technique is achieved through the fourth generation warfare, through social anarchy, bleak economics and in turn all of this nasty apparatus is fed through creation of insurgencies and militancy to weaken the defense and security forces of a particular country. Pakistan is subjected to both by our NATO and ISAF ‘friends’.
Soon after the Norwegian confession, few German espionage operatives were arrested from Peshawar who were engaged in vicious activities. Among them was a colonel of German army. All of them were under-cover BND agents and caught red-handed. Later on it was discovered that they had links with NATO and came in Pakistan under the garb of career diplomats. Ap0parently they were active in civilian aid programmes. They were later on deported. It is yet to be determined what role our secret agencies are playing in terms of counterintelligence.
Ironically, the current government played a key role in making Pakistan a thoroughfare for the hostile agencies. Top Pakistani diplomats like Husain Haqqani issued thousands of visas to CIA, Black Water and DynCorp operatives despite the fact that he knew the consequences of massive influx of these master spies. He not only issued a huge number of visas, but also did it mostly without prior permission, scrutiny and clearance by the Pakistani agencies. Also, he supplied visas to CIA and secret Mossad agents to enter Pakistan through Dubai and at least 137 most dangerous agents entered Pakistan.
Raymond Davis was one of them who was actually a substation director of CIA posted to Lahore by his superiors at Langley. It is an open secret now that a good number of spy gadgets were recovered from him including target chips for drone attacks and maps of most sensitive civil and military installations. Above all, the most stunning discovery was his close links with the TTP top leadership. Upon detailed interrogation, he confessed to have visited North Waziristan on a number of occasions. How will you compare a CIA operative having close connections with the TTP terror outfit with Faisal Shahzad who allegedly visited North Waziristan a couple of times? Why is it so that terror tag is only reserved for an ordinary citizen who belongs to a Pathan family possibly having some transactionary business in North Waziristan while a CIA operative linked with the TTP is declared innocent?
Attack on Mehran base, GHQ, Sri Lankan team and a huge number of sabotage activities against key military and strategic installations inside Pakistan are few examples of the fourth generation warfare secretly imposed on Pakistan by hostile spy apparatus installed by NATO and ISAF countries using Afghanistan as a safe haven for their terrorist activities. The strategy of these hostile agencies is to buy and use bureaucrats, politicians, media personnel etc. And these people then play in their hands and work on their lines to serve the interests of the foreign agencies. This is one reason why all those politicians and bureaucrats having double nationalities must be banned from holding public offices and accessing sensitive information and venues so vital for the security of the country. It is ironic that such people are not treated like the Taliban who play an equal role in a different disguise, but they pose lesser threat than these officials siting inside power corridors. I think the biggest threat to the integrity of Pakistan are those sitting in the government; they are more lethal and deadliest than the Taliban.
From Kerry Lugar bill to OBL operation in Abbottabad and from Mumbai attacks to memo scandal, there are a barrage of events aimed at deprecating and slandering ISI and Pakistan Army with the vicious purpose to shatter the power of the defense forces of Pakistan. Such a shameful, dirty and filthy jugglery by our so-called friends in the West has been exposed to the fullest. Now is the time for the defense establishment to revamp its security strategy and try to recognize the real threat.