Americans And Pakistanis Agree. Stop Aid
Nearly three quarters of American voters, with striking bipartisan support among Republicans and Democrats, want to see an end to American aid to Pakistan.
From the other side, it appears beggars can be choosers: Pakistani politicians have already canceled six aid programs worth nearly $233 million in protest against the American targeted assassination of Osama bin Laden.
Another recent poll shows a clear majority of Pakistanis condemn the Navy Seals operation that killed the arch-terrorist.
Pakistan receives $11 billion in aid, effectively a bribe to allow NATO supply trucks safe passage through the most jihadist-terrorist infested nation on the planet. Even with all that protection money, Pakistan still turns its highways into a Taliban-owned shooting gallery with those convoys as sitting ducks whenever it is feeling particularly annoyed.
Turning off the aid taps is only the first step needed in dealing with this corrupt rogue nation that exports jihad to the rest of the globe. After that, everything should be on the table, up to and including a coordinated movement by special forces to secure, dismantle or destroy Pakistan's nuclear weapons and a systematic dismantling and annexation of the country by Afghanistan, India and China.
Jonathon Narvey is the Editor of The Propagandist