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Pakistan and Terrorism

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Submitted by Frank Luke (United States), May 10, 2011 at 21:28

Pakistan, to a great extent, is the epicenter of wickedness. We understand the concerns of the civilized world regarding sorting things out in Pakistan in a more proactive and military fashion instead of political means. We would like to point out three factors that have so far kept the world on an even keel in spite of Islamic extremism and their jihad:

1. Their caliber does not match their hatred. The level of their ability is much lower than the level of their hatred (we must not mistake their vileness for caliber).

2. Their logistic/intellectual capabilities are lagging far behind the civilized world.

3. There are plenty of enlightened Muslims/Pakistanis who have helped the civilized world to etiolate the carcinogenic effects of their not-so-civilized brethren.

What those extreme anti-socials have in their favor is the fact that it is much easier to destroy than it is to create. That is why, there seems to be no other solution to this menace besides stamping it out.

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