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“[P]akistanis do not have to fall into the trap of choosing between the individualised terrorism of the suicide bomber and the state terrorism of drone attacks, between denouncing the religiously political as unmitigated evil and the secular as always imperial. We can reject both.”
Humeira’s brilliant rebuttal to those assuming that any stance against drone strikes automatically means that one supports religious terrorism and/or uses terrorism apologia is worth reading. She explains my stance perfectly.
If you decide to read anything today, make it this one.
Are you retarded? Where & when did Pakistan take a stance against terrorism? They not only harbored Osama bin Laden for years, but supposedly our government had to keep the mission to get bin Laden secret from the Pakistani government, and they felt it necessary to destroy a malfunctioning helicopter to keep it out of Pakistani hands.
Plus there’s the fact that political assassination is part of Pakistan’s political reality.
Did any of you idiots ever hear of “Bhutto” or the bomb that killed her?
You ass smears will propagate ANYTHING so long as it’s anti American. Even something as transparent as this, you refuse so much as the minimal scrutiny just because it’s anti American. You really are a vile, terrorist supporting douche.
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