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June 29, 2009

Obama is lying about Pakistan

Filed under: Politics — aurangzebawan @ 1:11 pm

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan—There is not a single towering personality in the Pakistani landscape today, with enough credibility, strong personality and effective communication skills, to stand up and tell U.S. President Barack Obama: You are a liar.

 It is not difficult to respond to the entire American psy-ops on Pakistan, which are built on half-truths, disinformation and in some cases outright lies. This campaign is successful mainly because of the broad influence of the U.S. media in setting the world news agenda.

 Before listing the exact points where Mr. Obama is lying, let me briefly sum up the existing situation.


In less than two years, the United States has successfully managed to drop from news headlines its failure to pacify Afghanistan. The focus of the Anglo-American media – American and British – has been locked on Pakistan.  In order to justify this shift, multiple insurgencies and endless supply of money and weapons has trickled from U.S.-occupied Afghanistan into Pakistan to sustain a number of warlords inside Pakistan whom the American media calls ‘Taliban’ but they are actually nothing but hired mercenaries with sophisticated weapons who mostly did not even exist as recently as the year 2005.

No other nation in the world would have tolerated half the arrogance that the Americans are showing Pakistan. But thanks to a mistake by former President Musharraf – sometime in late 2006 when he consented to allow the U.S. to manipulate domestic politics through direct engagement with Benazir Bhutto and other players – Washington was given a free hand to deal directly with individual players inside Pakistan and recruit supporters and proxies.

Today, there are many parties inside Pakistan that are pushing the U.S. agenda and very few of those who would come out and condemn how the U.S. media and officials are single-handedly tarnishing Pakistan’s image worldwide to justify a military intervention.

This is precisely why senior Pakistani military officers are gradually coming out of their self-imposed ban on public activity to counter this nasty American psy-ops.  Pakistanis need to watch this carefully.

On 24 April, Chief of Army Staff Gen. Ashfaq Kayani, in the words of an official press release, “condemned pronouncements by outside powers raising doubts on the future of the Country,” a veiled reference to a spate of official U.S. statements and planted media reports predicting the collapse of the Pakistani state.

On 25 April, Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Rao Qamar Suleman issued a statement saying that PAF “will continue to maintain its optimum operational readiness to undertake all types of missions against all internal and external threats … Pakistan Air Force is capable of providing instant support to Pak Army as and when directed by Government of Pakistan. To keep PAF at the highest state of Operational Readiness is my number one priority,” the Air Chief said in a public statement.

And on 1 May, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee Gen. Tariq Majeed called a meeting of the military leadership and an official statement made sure to underscore that “the meeting took place against the backdrop of widespread propaganda unleashed by the western media about the safety of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons.”

The military statement was being nice. The propaganda was not unleashed by the ‘Western media’ but exclusively by the American media.

This unusual series of public statements by the Pakistani military leadership was an indirect repudiation of the sheepish attitude of the Pakistani politicians who failed to reflect the will of the Pakistani people. Amazingly, while U.S. media organizations and U.S. officials continued their propaganda about the imminent fall of Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, in the hands of unknown terrorists, not a single official from the elected government came out to clarify the position from a Pakistani perspective. The world continued to feed on U.S. propaganda and psy-ops for several days until the public statements from the Pakistani military set the record straight. That is when a couple of government officials, like President’s Advisor Dr. Babar Awan, released statements contradicting the U.S. propaganda.

Interestingly, even Mr. Nawaz Sharif, supposedly the opposition leader, refrained from criticizing the U.S. aggressive posturing toward Pakistan. Mr. Sharif, more vengeful than statesmanlike, is hoping these days that Washington will support his bid to become the next all-powerful President after the Americans ditch a weakened President Zardari.


Mr. Obama basically chose a domestic event – a press briefing on completing 100 days in office – to unveil what essentially amounts to a declaration of war against another country. The declaration was stage-managed to look accidental and not deliberate. Considering the serious nature of his pronouncements, there is no question these were well prepared in advance. This ‘accidental’ declaration of war should henceforth be taught in public relations classes as a classic lesson in how to deceive your public and voters and declare war without raising any alarm.

Mr. Obama first made an astonishing remark, that he is concerned about the fate of the elected Pakistani government because it cannot provide services to the people. Ironically, this was a swipe at the fake democracy that Washington itself helped erect a year ago with its direct intervention to bring Benazir Bhutto and later her husband Asif Zardari to power.

Now the U.S. President, no less, has taken it upon himself to criticize the ability of what he called the “civilian government”, as opposed to a military government, to provide for the people.

It seems Washington is trying to nudge the Pakistani military again to seize power. The Americans are doing it in subtle ways. One is Obama’s swipe. A second way is what Adm. Mike Mullen, the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, has done. He was allowed to join the panel of the U.S. Time magazine in choosing Gen. Kayani, the Pakistani army chief, to be among the top 2o most influential people in the world. To work up Gen. Kayani’s ego, Adm. Mullen wrote the following words:

“I don’t remember all the details of my first meeting with General Ashfaq Kayani, the Pakistan army’s Chief of Staff. But I do remember thinking, Here is a man with a plan, a leader who knows where he wants to go. He seemed to understand the nature of the extremist threat inside Pakistan, recognized that his army wasn’t ready to meet that threat and had already started working up solutions.”

The Americans are obviously hoping they can have Gen. Kayani in their pockets and use him to achieve their goals in the region.  That is why President Obama in his ‘accidental’ speech on Pakistan shed these crocodile tears: “I’m more concerned that the civilian government there right now is very fragile.”

And in another nudge for the Pakistani military, what President Obama’s top general for Pakistan and Afghanistan told an American television channel was even more damning. Fox News reported on Thursday that Commander U.S. Central Command Gen. David Petraeus has told U.S. officials the next two weeks were ‘critical to determining whether the Pakistani government will survive.’

But in what is sure to be one of the most hypocritical statements to ever come out from the mouth of the leader of the Free World, Mr. Obama said this: “We want to respect their sovereignty, but we also recognize that we have huge strategic interests — huge national security interests — in making sure that Pakistan is stable and that you don’t end up having a nuclear-armed militant state.”

If Mr. Husain Haqqani, the Pakistani ambassador in Washington who basically is the overseer of the Bhutto-Musharraf deal that brought the present ‘democracy’ to Pakistan, has any feelings for his country, he should call an important press conference and tell the American people the following truths that their media and politicians are hiding from them:

1.      American Anti-Pakistanism: The most spectacular, anti-Pakistan media campaign ever against our country has been launched by the U.S. media and continues unabated, with the purpose of softening the international opinion for a possible military action against Pakistan. And there is no question that this campaign has some backing from official U.S. quarters as was the case in the propaganda that preceded the invasion of Iraq.

2.      Stop Grooming & Training Separatists Inside Pakistan: With prodding from CIA, academic programs are being launched in the U.S. that advocate the breakup of Pakistan and the creation of smaller entities. This has to stop.

3.      Terrorism Inside Pakistan Is Not The Main Story. The real story is America’s failure to bring peace to Afghanistan despite the passage of seven years on its direct occupation of the country. Terrorism in Pakistan is a result of the American failure in Afghanistan. We trusted the Americans. And what did they do? They let Osama bin Laden escape from Tora Bora, and then the Americans refused to listen to our advice and filled the puppet government in Kabul with the same people who helped Osama escape.

4.      Don’t Lecture Us On India: The United States and its sidekick, Britain, have decided that India will be their slave-soldier in Asia in the 21st century. They want India to fight China and stabilize Afghanistan. They now want Pakistan to accept Indian military and intelligence presence in Afghanistan, forget about Kashmir and the water disputes, and turn the Pakistani military into a little more than a local police force tasked with killing anyone who doesn’t like America’s occupation of Afghanistan.

5.      India IS Pakistan’s enemy until proven otherwise through actions and not words:  Someone has to teach Mrs. Clinton, President Obama and their other team members some lessons in strategy. India continues to prove by actions that it is an enemy of Pakistan. This does not apply to the people of India but it certainly applies to their government and their intelligence services, their media, and their ‘non-state actors’.  The world should know that India in 1972 launched a unilateral invasion of Pakistan exploiting a domestic political crisis and helped break up Pakistan. We have never done anything similar to India before that year. This naked aggression by India was never condemned by the so-called leaders of the free world and continues to be overlooked. India is portrayed as a responsible country despite having committed aggression against a smaller neighbor without provocation. Can the Americans guarantee India will not do this again?

6.      The Afghan Taliban Are Not A Threat To America: The Afghan Taliban have never operated outside their country and are attacking American and other occupation forces inside Afghanistan as a result of the occupation. Washington should stop deliberately confusing the world about the difference between the Afghan Taliban and al Qaeda. The al Qaeda is a terrorist organization that should be eliminated, and has considerably been eliminated.

7.      Eliminating Afghan Taliban Is Not Pakistan’s Responsibility: It is America’s responsibility to bring the Pashtun in Afghanistan into the power structure and defuse tensions.

8.      So-called Pakistani Taliban Are No Threat To America: Although money and weapons for these militants are coming from U.S-controlled Afghanistan, many of the recruits and fighters are Pakistanis and we will deal with them any way we deem fit. It is not for Washington to decide how we do this.


Pakistan Should Exploit American Desperation

Filed under: Politics — aurangzebawan @ 1:05 pm

By AHMED QURAISHI Wednesday, 3 June 2009. WWW.AHMEDQURAISHI.COM ISLAMABAD, Pakistan—The latest scare story on Pakistan’s nukes is a breath of fresh air. Instead of the unnamed sources, which have been the basis for the anti-Pakistan demonization campaign in the U.S. media, this time we have no less than President Obama’s point man on South Asia, M. Bruce Riedel, coming out with an op-ed that leaves little mystery in the debate over whether Washington is exploiting terrorism to target Islamabad’s nuclear weapons arsenal. Mr. Riedel is one of the key proponents of the theory that the Pakistani military needs to be transformed into a little more than a glorified local police force watching out for U.S. interests. It is pointless to counter the arguments of such determined imperialists who are shamelessly interfering in Pakistan. What is more important at this stage is to understand how our supposed ally has taken us for a ride and how we need to exploit the new American desperation in the region to get a better deal than the one currently in hand. There is a growing body of evidence that the U.S. is supporting terrorism in our region to further its strategic objectives. In Iran, a secretive sectarian group is trying to rally the people of Iran’s Sistan-Balochistan province for secession from Tehran. In Pakistan’s Balochistan, an ethnic group has risen from the dead to campaign for secession. The only thing common to both groups is that they emerged after the U.S. landed in Afghanistan and turned that poor country into a source of region-wise destabilization. So much for fighting terror. The Pakistani military has also admitted over the weekend what Pakistan’s pro-U.S. government has been hiding for months. The weapons that the terrorists – the fake Pakistani Taliban – are using to kill Pakistanis are coming primarily from U.S. and India. The Pakistani military leadership first confronted Adm. Mullen and CIA Deputy Director Stephen Kappes about this in a secret meeting in Rawalpindi last July. As in all insurgencies, the terrorists in our northwestern belt are a mix of local elements bolstered by professional fighters from U.S.-controlled Afghanistan. The Pakistani military has squeezed these terrorists so hard now that there is little doubt where the support for this anti-Pakistan terror campaign is coming from. To avoid embarrassment, Washington quickly ‘leaked’ a story that U.S. weapons meant for the Afghan army have reached insurgents. The timing of the leak conveniently coincides with the Pakistani army catching the American double game pants down. Some members of the Karzai puppet regime have privately confirmed to Pakistani officials that they are incapable of stopping Indian terrorist activities on Afghan soil. None of this will stop unless Pakistan firmly puts the leash on CIA outposts inside Pakistan. There is no question that CIA and Pakistani spy agencies were allies during the 1980s. But let us not forget that the CIA station in Pakistan recruited twelve insiders and used them to plan sabotage from within before being busted by chance in 1978. Now the U.S. strategic interest in the region is largely divergent from that of Pakistan’s. U.S. officials, like Mr. Riedel, have little respect or appreciation for Pakistan’s right to have its own national security perspective and not rely on U.S. think tanks to adopt one. Today, Pakistan is paying for the blank check that our government and intelligence agencies gave the Americans on the ground in Balochistan and the tribal belt. America is desperate in Afghanistan. U.S. officials have launched a fresh charm offensive to pacify the alienated Pakistanis. A panicked and bankrupt Washington is also trying to scare Asia into doling out money to save America’s failed occupation in Afghanistan. This is the time for Islamabad to demand Washington cease all the propaganda about Pakistan’s nukes, about the fabled ten billion dollars in aid, and stop turning the world against Pakistan. The elected government needs to muster some guts to confront Washington on this instead of leaving all the tough talk to Pakistani military leadership. There is a golden opportunity out there to put a leash on CIA activities in Pakistan which we had consented to after 9/11. The American goal posts have shifted. Pakistan is no longer bound by the same deal.

June 27, 2009

Guide to Iran Power Players

Filed under: Uncategorized — aurangzebawan @ 10:25 am

While Mir Hossein Mousavi’s election battle plays out in the streets of Tehran, his most powerful ally, Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani (Ack-bar Hah-sheh-me Raf-san-johnny), 75, is leading the charge behind the scenes to annul the disputed election—and perhaps even overthrow the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Rafsanjani heads the Assembly of Experts, which has the power to remove Khamenei, and reports suggest he has been leading a reformist bloc of insiders in hopes of securing the protesters’ demands from within the current government. He enjoys tremendous credibility with the public, making him a difficult foe to suppress. In addition to participating in the 1979 revolution, Rafsanjani served as president from 1989 to 1997, and helped select Khamenei as supreme leader in 1989. He ran for president again unsuccessfully in 2005 against Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and was a vocal critic of the current president during the most recent election. In a possible attempt to stifle Rafsanjani’s pro-Mousavi campaign, Iranian police briefly jailed members of his family this week, including his daughter, before they were freed on Sunday. While Rafsanjani may be a democratic icon for the moment, he is by no means a friend of the West. In addition to being regarded as the father of Iran’s nuclear program, Argentine officials hold him responsible for the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires that killed 85 people. A federal judge there issued a warrant for his arrest in 2006.

Jackson’s Doctor Faces Questions

Filed under: Uncategorized — aurangzebawan @ 9:43 am

Police say they will question Michael Jackson’s cardiologist about whether drugs were to blame for the star’s death, after 911 tapes released Friday afternoon revealed the doctor was present at the time of Jackson’s collapse. Dr. Conrad Murray, who briefly disappeared Thursday after the singer was pronounced dead, was hired months ago to treat Jackson ahead of his upcoming tour. Investigators later briefly interviewed Murray and towed a car registered to Murray’s sister near Jackson’s home in the hopes that it may contain medication or other clues. LAPD Officer Robert French stressed that Murray is not the target of a criminal investigation, but said he may provide important information before Jackson’s toxicology results are returned. Jackson’s addiction to prescription drugs has led to suspicions about whether they were to blame for his untimely death.

Are you Looking for Jobs?

Filed under: My PTC Sites — aurangzebawan @ 7:24 am

The Internet created a new, fast and effective way to search for jobs. Now the job search is easier than ever before. There are hundreds of online job databases ranging from major national sites like and to regional resources like Both types of resources should be included in your online job search, especially if you need to find a job in a specific geographic area.


The national databases do not necessarily include all of the local job listings for your area. The job search engines are a good place to start. It’s like one-stop shopping; these sites let you search many of the major job databases all at once. Using them will save time searching the individual job databases, but keep in mind that browsing the individual databases can sometimes be very rewarding. You can also post your resume and apply directly for positions online.


Some sites will require you to register, however we recommend that you do not give out personal information like your social security number. There are many good resources out there that do not require personal information. If you are concerned about a current employer accessing your email, sign up for a free email account and use that for your job search. If you know which companies you would like to work for, the best option is to go to their web-site and apply from there directly.  


Practically all companies have a job/career section on their web-site which gives contact information and/or allows you to apply online. Reviewing frequently asked interview questions can be very effective and goes a long way in getting the most out of your interview. So visit our question and answer section to get started!

Home Job’s for Mothers

Filed under: My PTC Sites — aurangzebawan @ 6:54 am

If you are a new mother, the top things on your mind are the care for your beloved baby, his nappy periods, his illnesses, and your work! Do you know many new mothers go into depression thinking how should they carry out their earlier jobs while caring for their babies? No wonder many of them leave their jobs giving priority to their baby, which is the right thing to do. But those qualified moms cannot sit idle in their homes. Therefore, searching for “work at home” jobs becomes their priority thereafter. There are literally thousands of jobs waiting for you. Right from simple data entry jobs to home based MLM jobs; you have a wide variety to choose from. Most women go for hassle-free jobs that can be done in part time and without any investment. However, some business oriented women may also opt for some jobs that satiate their business appetite right within the four walls of house. It might be email marketing or eBay selling. List of jobs that are “Hot” work at home opportunities for mothers: 1) Freelance writing: ever wondered how much writers are in demand? With apt knowledge of English and grammar, you can be a master writer within few days. You can choose work with minimal investment on various freelance writing job portals or can contact any company that wants technical writers for their particular product or service. Similarly medical transcriptions jobs are available for such young moms. 2) EBay selling: if you have a flair for marketing and selling any of the products that can have market value, eBay is the place for you. Right from your unused furniture to cookery set, you can sell virtually everything on eBay. There are certain things that you must learn for selling on eBay like finding the niche market and finding the product with high demand. If you are consistent in your efforts, eBay can provide you huge returns no doubt. 3) Write an e-book: Writing an e book can provide you part time job that can help you earn good money. You can even write an e-book about your own business and thus the returns will be double, in the sense, you will promote your business well as well as your e book may find good market. It is always said that a good e book always has buyers thronging for it. So, learn the nuances of writing a perfect e book and utilize your time for mental as well as financial satisfaction. 4) MLM Marketing: When your child is little older, you can think of entering into MLM business marketing that may flourish your business genre right from the comforts of your home. You may join any standard affiliate program or start your own business. Learn all the skills possible to remain in the competition and it will give you amazing returns.

June 25, 2009

What is affiliate market?

Filed under: My PTC Sites — aurangzebawan @ 5:12 am

Introduction to Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate marketing is one of the most significant ways of generating money on the internet. It is a process in which an affiliate is rewarded for the visitors, subscribers, customers, and sales generated through his/her efforts. A more comprehensive definition is as under:

“Affiliate marketing is a business association in which a business entity allows an affiliate to promote his merchandize and/or services on the internet through an affiliation link and get paid.”

An affiliate drives traffic via his website to a merchant’s site. The merchant may be selling a product e.g. computer, books, furniture, or they may be service providers e.g. consultants, signing on clients e.g. a bank. The merchant pays you a commission once the visitor has completed the desired action e.g. bought a product or completed a registration form.

How Affiliate Marketing Works

  1. You have to get affiliated with some business entity.
  2. Get your affiliate link.
  3. Register a domain name of your website (not needed if you have already one).
  4. Develop a website, paste that affiliate link on your website and upload it to your domain.
  5. When the visitors of your website click on the affiliate link they will go to the merchant’s site. If visitors do the task desired by the merchant i.e. buy some product or register themselves, the merchant will pay you.
  6. You aim simply to drive as much targeted traffic as possible to your affiliate link. The more traffic you generate the more commission you will get from your merchant.

Beauty of Affiliate Marketing

The beauty of affiliate marketing is this, once your site is up and running, you can continue to earn money from it whether you are sleeping, on holiday or driving. A little effort is required afterwards to maintain and run the campaign, and an online money transferring account in which you can get transfer your money easily.

But if you want to be number one among your competitors then you will have to learn new technologies, methods and put some extra effort to roll.



June 19, 2009

Filed under: Uncategorized — aurangzebawan @ 7:45 am

AlertPay in Pakistan – How AlertPay works?

Filed under: My PTC Sites — aurangzebawan @ 6:16 am


This article will tell you how do AlertPay works in Pakistan and how do we get paid from AlertPay. AlertPay is a payment processor same as PayPal and luckily it includes our country too in their list. It’s not the best option for processing payments in Pakistan but most of the PTC sites support this payment processor.

First of all you would have to register an account with AlertPay and it’s very easy and free. You can visit their website for registering.

> AlertPay

After free registration they will ask you to verify your account for this purpose you need following things to upload in verify tab which you can find in AlertPay website user account tab.

> You will upload a scanned copy from back side of you NIC card.

> You have to upload a proof of your address for this I had uploaded a scanned copy of my electricity utility bill.

In some days they will verify your account. Then you can use this account for PTC sites as well as for transferring money too.

How they transfer money?

They have only one option for Pakistani free users to transfer money which is via check. It takes 1 week to receive check from them at your doors step for any bank. To cash that check you have to go to the mentioned bank on check and they will resend that check back to the AlertPay’s bank for verification and clearance. This whole process can take 15 – 35 days and then they will pay you money once your check is cleared.

That is why I don’t like AlertPay but we have to use it :). Personally I like money bookers because they have wire transfer option thru which we can receive money in bank account within 4 – 5 days. If you still have any confusion than kindly contact me or comment here. Thanks

Kind Regards