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02/28/2011 07:12 PM ID: 88107 Permalink   

CIA’s Raymond Davis a Taliban Recruiter

 

Records from cell phones taken from Raymond Davis have shown that the CIA is now recruiting young men FOR the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). 33 phone calls were traced to 27 known militants belonging to the TTP and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi sectarians.

“Davis was instrumental in recruiting young people from Punjab for the Taliban to fuel the bloody insurgency.” The Agent also attempted to undermine the security of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons while organizing a Taliban cell to aid in this endeavor.

Davis still maintains that the two ISI agents he shot were bandits while Paki authorities claim that Davis knew them long before he murdered them. Relations between the US and Pakistan have been strained by a flood of CIA agents to the war zone.

 
  Source: tribune.com.pk  
    WebReporter: Valkyrie123 Show Calling Card      
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  Here´s a bunch more from an unapproved site...  
 
http://www.alternet.org/...

This just gets worse by the day.

[ edited by Valkyrie123 ]
 
  by: Valkyrie123     02/28/2011 07:15 PM     
  Davis shot ´bandits´ at the back of the head  
 
I´m trying to find a western news outlet which echos what´s all over the internet at the moment.

He claim´s that he thought they were bandits. But he shot them in the back of the head.
 
  by: redstain   02/28/2011 08:28 PM     
  Bandits?  
 
What a mess.
 
  by: Mannyishere     02/28/2011 09:29 PM     
  @Valk  
 
when did http://www.alternet.org become an unapproved site .. I use to use it all the time with no problems back in the early 2000 - 2004 .. they are good
 
  by: key2000     02/28/2011 10:08 PM     
  @key2000  
 
On the list here under "Blacklisted News Sources" under post "Overly political sources".

I don´t know if the new admin adheres to this old list but it´s still on the site.

http://www.shortnews.com/...
 
  by: Valkyrie123     02/28/2011 11:56 PM     
  ISI vs Taliban  
 
Pakistanis authorities love their talibans. The Talibans for them are like this very talented bearded milkmaid that they use to milk the US. You want to catch Ranjeep? we will get you a Ranjeep, here is a Ranjeep, now pay us $150K. So it is a bit thick from them to go accusing the CIA of something everyone else in their intelligence community is doing.
 
  by: kmazzawi     03/01/2011 04:16 AM     
  @kmazzawi: but can´t you see the difference?  
 
Hiring people to attack another country.
vs.
Hiring people to attack you own citizens.
 
  by: redstain   03/01/2011 02:56 PM     
  @Redstain  
 
Difference between what? The Pakistanis news lie indiscrimantly about everything going in there country. Third world news media have very very little credibility, they will brazenly lie and punish anyone who disagrees. They lie so much till the point the lies become surreal (a la dear leader style). They lie so much that the egyptians who are happy to have a whitish revolution still want the heads of the TV and the Two newspapers hanged.
 
  by: kmazzawi     03/01/2011 03:05 PM     
  @kmaz  
 
It´s a good thing we in the west have honest News sources like FOX so we can get the truth. All News sources "lie indiscriminately (sp) about everything" to their own benefit and somewhere in the middle lies the truth. Example:

http://www.thepartisandialogues.com/...

Read the last paragraph of this FOX article and note the dates that Clinton was President. How stupoid duh thay thunk we be?

http://www.foxnews.com/...

With the track record the CIA has in starting wars and revolutions across the world I have little doubt they are causing all kinds of havoc in Pakistan. Examples:

http://en.wikipedia.org/...

http://the-diplomat.com/...

Our own Government even admits that the CIA has gone rouge and answers to no one. Example:

Former Reagan Administration Paul Craig Roberts says, "there is a concerted effort to shut Assange up. If the legal attempt fails, he’ll be assassinated by a CIA assassination team."

http://www.prisonplanet.com/...

So far 45 people have been arrested in Pakistan that were traced to half a dozen cell phones he was carrying. All of those arrested were in constant contact with Davis.

http://www.dawn.com/...

Enough whining, provide links and proof, make me believe. Give me some meat kmaz, show me the money shot.
 
  by: Valkyrie123     03/01/2011 03:56 PM     
  @Valk...  
 
ew...

@kma...
I was learning Arabic and as i was speaking to the instructor about understanding meaning, he said something that left me thinking. The meaning is never truly conveyed completely. It´s always flexible. Because there are so many dialects and because of the religious undertones of the language´s history, there is a conflict between resisting change and allowing it to exist in so many different forms. It is the unspoken quirkiness of this that may lead to something of a flexibility when making statements.

In Quechua there is a word for giving someone from your oversupply. The word means to give someone food (such as an apple) of which you have already bitten a piece. It conveys tainted left overs. Therefore, the practice of hand-me-downs is looked down upon as bad or evil even among the poor. Because of that, many foreigners will try to give something and will be offended because their gift is thrown out in front of their faces.

Am i off on this? Or is there something there?
 
  by: mexicanrevolution   03/09/2011 12:17 AM     
 
 
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