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Declare Pakistan a 'Terrorist State"

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Submitted by kamekish (India), May 9, 2011 at 02:31

I was disappointed to see the photograph of Obama talking seriously and Zardari laughing or smiling. This is not the way, Americans who are fighting across the world to bring world peace should select allies especially in Muslim countries. American need to be conscious in choosing the road ahead.

It is not a relation, it should be "Real Governance".

Today USA has advantage to have Muslim President. It is easy to apease the huge community. America must take advantage of this before it starts working on more progressive aspect of humanit growth.

In spite of initial disappointment, I liked the way the article ended. "Give up on the pretence that the two governments are allies and treat Pakistan – with its many madrassahs, its Islamist military leadership, etc"

Pakistan is not at all could be an allies of world peace. Pakistan secretly harness the joy of cultivating terror to blackmail the peace loving community. It is doing the same to India and Indian media & Intelligentias.

Pakistan need to be declared a "Terrorist State" and all necessary action needs to be taken to ensure a better and responsible governance.

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