Just few days ago, the news reports of former Pakistani Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif being appointed the chief of Saudi-led 39-nation military alliance were doing rounds on the Internet.
Mainstream media in India, and especially the gang of presstitutes were kind-of-happy about it while nationalists seemed worried about ‘39-nation military alliance.’
Presstitutes were happy because they could use this opportunity to attack their favourite target – PM Modi. Their opinion pieces and news reports were mostly revolving around the argument that Pakistani Army and Pakistani establishment is only getting closer to rich Islamic countries and therefore, getting stronger while a Hindu Nationalist is at the helm.
BUT, not one newspaper reported facts that simply prove Saudi Arab treated Pakistan like their pet dog on this very issue.
First things first, Saudi Arab added Pakistan to this alliance in 2015, WITHOUT PAKISTAN’S PERMISSION. Sounds funny, but its true!
Pakistani leaders were initially taken aback when Saudi Arabia, without proper consultation with them, had announced in 2015 that Islamabad was also part of the new alliance. Iran was not included in the grouping which appeared as a vague attempt to forge a Sunni Muslim alliance against Shiite Iran to curtail its influence in Iraq, Syria, Yemen and rest of the Middle East.
So, Saudi Arab just threw some gold pieces up in the air, got Islamic countries with significant Sunni (radical) population on-board (most of them without their permission) and created an army that they say would combat terrorism. The fact is this army has been raised to further Western Powers’ agenda in Middle-East in one way or the other. Saudi Arab, after all, too is someone’s pet.
NOW, news reports are coming in Pakistan that former Pakistani Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif had NOT EVEN SOUGHT THE PERMISSION OF PAKISTANI DEFENCE MINISTRY OR PAKISTANI GOVERNMENT before joining Saudi Arab’s paid gang of assassins. Sounds funny, but this is true (again).
In a U-turn, Pakistan’s Defence Minister Khawaja Asif on Wednesday said that former army chief Gen (retd) Raheel Sharif did not seek government’s permission before joining the Saudi-led 39-nation military alliance. “Gen (retd) Raheel Sharif did not submit any application for a no objection certificate (NOC). There’s nothing in our notice,” the defence minister said in response to Senate Chairman Raza Rabbani’s query.
These two instances are more than enough to prove that for a filthy rich Saudi Arab, Pakistan and its army are nothing more than pet dogs, whom they can use-and-throw anytime they like.
So, we’d like to request nationalists not to worry about a former Pakistani Army Gen heading 39-nation alliance. Presstitutes too need to stop celebrating the same, lol.