Pakistan to US: GTFO


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Verified SOF
Sep 9, 2006

The Pakistani government has demanded the United States vacate an air base within 15 days after blaming NATO air forces for the fatal attack on military outposts in northwest Pakistan.
The government issued the demand Saturday after NATO helicopters and jet fighters allegedly attacked two Pakistan army posts along the Afghan border, killing up to 28 Pakistani soldiers and plunging U.S.-Pakistan relations deeper into crisis.
Pakistan initially retaliated by shutting down vital NATO supply routes into Afghanistan, used for sending in nearly half of the alliance's shipments by land.
Islamabad outlined its latest demand in a statement it sent to reporters following an emergency defense committee meeting chaired by Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani.
It will be interesting to see in a month from now if this will be used for pay back for Osama or an attempt to get more money.
So..the US vacates as asked within 15 days. Taking our eleventy gazillion dollars back with us. :rolleyes:

Oh since Free isnt online right now..ETA.."Fuck Pakistan".
The story should read..

Pakistan was jubilant today, upon discovering an excuse to both extort money from the USA, and kowtow to it's population that hates the American superpower. The irony is that the USA has almost singlehandedly keep Pakistan afloat with billions of dollars in aid.
Thus far the USA has shown no balls whatsoever in dealing with the ridiculous and unreasonable behavior shown by Pakistan.

In other news, lady gaga wore a hat covered in dogshit to dinner.
The US should quite literally fuck off out of Pakistan.

When doing so, they should take every bit of aid they've given to Pakistan with them. Over the past few months, Pakistan's true colours have really started to show. The days of being fully aware of and allowing, Pakistan to play both sides in A'Stan needs to end now. No more trying to keep them sweet, giving them ridiculous amounts of money, letting them use the HQN in A'Stan without punishment... All needs to stop.

Pakistan are the enemy, just as much as AQ or the Taliban are. They're just smiling while they constantly fuck you over. Fuck them.
I would like to know if we could fly in all we need to support our troops. Our troops meaning all countries that fight with us? Leave the overland supplies that are probably to rebuild AStan sitting on the Pakistan dirt and just tell all the Astan people we would love to feed you and clothe you but your neighbors have stopped all supplies. I don't understand for 30 years we have been building a war machine and now we can't fight without trucking shit through a country like Pakistan. Or is it our hired contractors find more profit going through Pakistan by truck? What was the plan in the cold war truck shit through China?
Come home kick out the United Nations dry up foreign funds and grow wheat fields shaped in the style of a raised middle finger for the sattelites to photo.
According to the article below, unnamed SOF were in the area and came under fire from "Pakistan". One could conclude that, given the strict ROE on CAS, the guys probably had eyes on and may have observed the targets for some time. I'm not buying the Paki version of events and I wonder how many ISI guys were killed. In Pashto, "Salala checkpoint" roughly transates to the English phrase "Taliban training camp". :ninja:
The night-time attack took place at the Salala checkpoint, about 1.5 miles (2.5 km) from the Afghan border, at around 02:00 on Saturday morning local time (21:00 GMT Friday).
The Pakistani army said helicopters and fighter aircraft hit two border posts, killing 24 people and leaving 13 injured. Local officials said the two posts were about 300m apart on a mountain top.
Pakistani officials said there had been no militant activity in the area, and most of the Pakistani soldiers were asleep. They also said Nato had the grid references of the posts and therefore should not have fired.
Military sources told the BBC's Quentin Sommerville in Paktika province in Afghanistan that a US-Afghan special forces mission had been in the area, where they believed a Taliban training camp was operating.
They said the mission came under fire from a position within Pakistan, and they received permission from the headquarters of Nato's Isaf mission to fire back.
Sorry...had to change it to something less gay.

<-----That's better. The boys in a hot tub. So much less homo than the other one.
Keep it up... You are on thin ice. I am going to have to give you a warning point for every hour there is a picture of Nickleback in your avatar!