"MOHAMMED"- ONCE A REFUGEE FOR EVER A REFUGEE.
Date: 03 Jun 2009
TODAY, 3 JUNE 2009, TWO NEWS ITEMS.
FIRSTLY THE MURDER OF A BRITON IN WEST AFRICA BY AL QAIDA. THE CAPTORS, LIKE THE SOMALI PIRATES- ALL MOHAMMEDAN- WANTED RANSOM MONEY, MILLIONS OF DOLLARS, REWARD FOR THEIR ROBBERY AND MURDER.
THEY FOLLOW THE PREDATORY SKILLS OF THEIR PROPHET WHO PAID HIS SOLDIERS BY ROBBING AND KILLING THE JEWS, THE CHRISTIANS, THE PAGANS AND ANYONE ELSE WHO DID NOT SAY, "O MASTER, YOU ARE THE ONLY, AND THE LAST, MESSENGER OF GOD!" THAT DID PLEASE HIS EGO.
HE NEVER TOLD THEM, "SHUT UP. MY GOD IS ALMIGHTY AND HE CAN SEND ANY NUMBER OF PROPHETS DOWN TO EARTH AND TEN ARE DESTINED TO APPEAR IN PUNJAB, HINDUSTAN IN LESS THAN A THOUSAND YEARS." HE WAS NO PROPHET WHO COULD NOT FORESEE THIS NOR RESPECT GOD'S MIGHT.
NOW WE HAVE PALESTINIANS WHO MUST BE FED AND HOUSED. THEY SIT IN CAMPS DETERMINED TO RETURN TO THEIR HOMES. THEY HAVE NO SKILL TO DISAPPEAR LIKE THE FIFTEEN MILLION HINDU REFUGEES OF INDIA, CREATED BY MOHAMMEDANS, IN 1947.
NOW THERE ARE THREE MILLION FROM SWAT. MANY OF THEM COULD RETURN BUT NO, THEY WON'T.
UN HAS GONE THERE TO FEED THEM. BRITAIN AND AMERICA, EVEN JAPAN IS SENDING MILLIONS OF DOLLARS TO FEED THEM. THEIR TAX PAERS ARE PAYING TO FEED THESE MILLIONS UPON MILLIONS OF MOHAMMEDANS WHILE THEIR OWN ISLAMIC REPUBLICS CARE A DAMN FOR THEIR HUNGER OR SURVIVAL.
FURTHER IRONY IS THAT IN GREAT POVERTY THEY ARE REPRODUCING WITH THE AGENDA TO SPREAD ACROSS THE WORLD. INDIA HAS SEVENTEEN MILLION ILLEGAL MUSLIMS FROM BANGLADESH. WHEN AND HOW CAN SHE EXPEL THEM?
MILLIONS OF MUSLIMS HAVE ARRIVED BY ALL KINDS OF DEVIOUS AND DARE DEVIL WAYS TO EUROPE, AMERICA AND AUSTRALIA. SINCE THEY ARE SINKING MORE IN POVERTY DUE TO BACKWARDNESS OF WOMEN AND OVERSIZED BROOD, THEY MUST WAIT TILL THE ISLAMIC REPUBLICS ARE SO SHINING & AFFLIENT TO EXERCISE A PULL ON THEM TO RETURN HOME.
SINCE THAT WILL NEVER HAPPEN, THE MUSLIM BURDEN ON FREE WORLD WILL ONLY INCREASE. SUCH U.S. AID (BELOW) FOR PAKISTANI DISPLACED WILL CONTINUE INDEFINITELY.
LUCKILY THESE PAKISTANIS CAN GO BACK TO THEIR OWN HOMES. BUT SPARE A THOUGHT FOR ALL THE HINDUS AND SIKHS WHO USED TO LIVE THERE TILL THEIR GENOCIDE IN 1947 AND WHO CANNOT RETURN TO THEIR HOMES IN PAKISTAN.
New US aid for Pakistan displaced
By Chris Morris
BBC News, Islamabad
The US says it has given more help than the rest of the world combined
The Obama administration has asked the US Congress for an extra $200m to help displaced people in northwest Pakistan, the top US envoy to the region says.
Richard Holbrooke said the cash was needed for emergency aid to help people affected by the anti-Taliban offensive.
Mr Holbrooke was speaking at a news conference with Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari in Islamabad.
He said it was ludicrous to suggest that anyone but al-Qaeda and the Taliban are responsible for the crisis.
The US envoy to Pakistan and Afghanistan was responding to claims in a new taped message by al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden that it was US pressure which led to the army's offensive and caused millions of people to flee the Swat valley region.
We believe that the actions taken by the Pakistani government and the military in recent weeks have... improved the situation
US envoy Richard Holbrooke
'Bin Laden' tape denounces Obama
Swat fight 'may take two months'
Mr Holbrooke wants to focus in public on the issue of helping more than two million people displaced by the fighting between government forces and Taliban militants.
Hence the announcement of a request for significant additional funding - he said that he hopes the people of Pakistan will understand that the US has given more assistance to people affected by the fighting than the rest of the world combined.
"The United States will now have given well over half of all the assistance that your country has received from the world in regard to the refugee crisis. I must say in all frankness I think other countries can and should do more," Mr Holbrooke said.
Mr Holbrooke said militants were to blame for the conflict
Concentrating on the humanitarian crisis is a deliberate strategy in a country where the United States is not popular.
Mr Holbrooke is as ever treading a diplomatic tightrope - wanting to express support for military action by Pakistan, without giving the impression that it is being done at the behest of the US.
Asif Ali Zardari, standing alongside Mr Holbrooke at the news conference, said his government was defending the homeland against a serious threat.
But he acknowledged that the fight to win hearts and minds was only just beginning.
To underline the depth of that challenge a new report from the International Crisis Group has warned that unless relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction efforts are urgently improved, the army's offensive against the Taliban risks leaving extremists as the ultimate winners.