- Pakistani leaders are correct in their assessment! You must understand that the Illuminati religion, Satanism, is a cult of death! Every time peace threatens to break out, they will actively subvert it. Usually, assassination or false flag terrorism is employed. Just observe the Middle East ‘peace process’ over the decades. Every time peace is achievable, the Zionists-Illuminists will destroy the process! The Illuminati is preparing the world for their Satanic World War 3! They do not want peace but are actively fomenting wars, unrest, racial riots … all over the world! Emphasis mine:
Pakistani Leaders Blast Washington Drone Killing of TTP Leader: “Not Killing Individual, But Murder of the Peace”!
Pakistan Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan told the media on Nov. 2 that Pakistan believes that the drone strike that killed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) leader Hakimullah Mehsud was a deliberate attempt by the United States to foil the Islamabad government’s attempt to broker peace with the militants. “In order to register our concerns, the U.S. ambassador was called to the Foreign Office by the Foreign Secretary to register our protest over the recent drone attacks,” Xinhua quoted a Foreign Ministry statement as saying.
It was not the use of a drone by a foreign power to kill a Pakistani citizen inside Pakistan that upset the Nawaz Sharif government the most, but rather the senseless act by Washington to undermine peace talks between Islamabad and the TTP. What Chaudhry Nisar pointed out is that Islamabad was in the process of beginning peace talks with the TTP. “Brick by brick in the last seven weeks we tried to evolve a process to bring peace to Pakistan and what have you done? You have scuttled [that] on the eve of the day and 18 hours before a delegation of respected religious leaders was to fly out to Miranshah and hand over a formal invitation on the venue and other issues concerned to the TTP,” he said. The Interior Minister said killing Hakimullah Mehsud is not killing of an individual but murder of the peace in the region. He said peace moves were supported by all political parties’ religious leaders and the armed forces.
Expressing his anger, Chaudhry Nisar said 9/11 was a great tragedy, but he questions why thousands of Pakistanis have lost their lives in the war against terror, when attackers of New York and Washington did not belong to Pakistan. He asked why Pakistan has to pay the price for the New York tragedy? The minister said the government would review its relation and level of cooperation with the U.S. once Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif returned from London. “Every aspect of U.S.-Pakistan cooperation will be discussed and reviewed.”
In addition, the Foreign Ministry’s statement said Pakistan has made its position clear to the U.S. ambassador that drone strikes constitute a violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty and violate international humanitarian laws, besides being counter-productive to Pakistan’s efforts to bring peace and stability in the country and the region. “The government of Pakistan has been raising its concern over the drone strikes with the U.S. administration and at the UN.” Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, during his recent visit to the U.S., had raised the issue with President Barack Obama and other senior U.S. leaders. “In accordance with our publicly stated, consistent policy, Pakistan has condemned drone strikes whenever they have taken place, including the two recent drone attacks that took place Thursday and Friday” Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, the statement said.
Pakistan has also decided to instruct the country’s ambassadors in the capitals of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council — U.S., U.K., Russia, China, and France — to brief the host governments at an appropriate level on its concerns, with specific reference to the setback caused to the government’s peace process by the latest drone attack.