The Real Story of Peshawar Blast , why you know the Terrorists are never aprehended !!


images images1 imagesOwais Ahmed Ghani

As everybody knows that Suicide and car bomb blasts are done from the FATA area of Khyber and Orakzai Agency. Where these cars bombs , and suicide jackets are prepared in that criminal Kingdom.

As operation was being, conducted, in Khyber agency and Orakzai Agency and many criminals were apprehended under FCR (Frontier Crimes Regulations), and were being kept in Jails of Peshawar jail by Political agent Khyber Agency Mr Tariq Hayat Khan.

The operation had not even finished , but these criminals were promptly released by Prime Minister Yusaf Raza Gillani illegally, as PM has no authority over FATA according to Article 247 of 1973 constitution. This Authority is vested only in President of Pakistan.

This deed of letting go of Criminals of FATA, happened after the Minister for Environment hailing from Bara Khyber agency FATA, Hameed Ullah Jan Afridi , of PPP , met the prime minister . Within few hours, all the Tribal Terrorists were let go to let loose Poor citizens of  NWFP.

Not only the Terrorists were  let go but the political Agent was also suspended and Transferred to teach him a lesson , he was not even replaced by another political agent while the Operation was underway .

As a result for 72 hours operation was being conducted without a Political Agent in Khyber Agency, creating a joke of the Operation and the security of people.

In these 48 hours Bomb Blasts occurred in Hango Kohat and then in Peshawar Cantonment area . Another blast occurred in Bannu area . on the same day . All three blasts in Matter of 48 hours .

The Blood of Citizens of Peshawar is on the Prime Minister Yusaf Raza Gillani , who wanted to appease the corrupt minister , who occupies official residence in Peshawar  University campus to the  protests of students of University of  Peshawar although he own bungalows in double digits all over Peshawar area and Plazas.

The student claims the he is polluting the education environment of Peshawar University . Through strange looking Tribals, he carries around in his entourage who stares at girl Students.

It may be added that he just attended in First class all expenses paid , by Government a trip to attend the trip to United Nations conference on Environment.

Which he conveniently skipped along with President Zardari , who was supposed to be with him, but was meeting Richard Halbrook as who cares about environment which he represents.

I blame the Prime Minister and Governor NWFP and Environment Minister of PPP for this blood letting of 18 Innocent citizens of Pakistan for helping terrorist escape justice as there is judicial way present now after FCR has been amended, why PM interfered in judicial process. These people should have appealed instead of coming through back door.

I appeal to Lawyers and bar council and Judiciary to challenge this lawlessness on immediate basis. As I am fed up of these kind of rulers who don’t care about us.

Thanking you in Anticipation from ,   Dr. Khurrum Shaukat Yusafzai.

Ahmadinejad censures Obama over Iran remarks

Ahmadinejad censures Obama over Iran remarks

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (L) talking to CNN’s Larry King, September 25

Iran’s president has criticized the US President Barack Obama and blasted his British and French counterparts for their recent comments on Tehran’s nuclear program.
“Mr. Sarkozy and Mr. Brown’s statements lack any real credibility. From our viewpoint, what they say is not of much value… If they have the guts they sould solve the problems they face in France and Britain,” Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told CNN host Larry King on September 25.
“Who exactly are they to decide about others around the world? In which part of the IAEA regulations does it allow France and Britain to make such statement on their own? We are a member state. We are not a subcategory of Britain or France.
“Their mind frame is still in the colonial age. That era has past… It does not matter to us (what they say), but what Mr. Obama says does matter… We did not expect Mr. Obama to violate the commitment that he spoke of at the UN in less than 48 hours.”
Ahmadinejad elaborated that he was referring to Obama’s promise to try to bring about change, adding that Tehran welcomes the “change” that the American people hope will occur.
The president implied that Obama had made his recent comments based on the “wrong information” that had been provided to him, adding that misrepresentation of Iran would not help the US leader’s efforts to improve the United States’ global image.
“[Obama’s] statement was very weak and illogical. We have cooperated with the IAEA and then been accused of wrongdoing.”
By talking of cooperation, Ahmadinejad was referring to the September 21 announcement Iran made to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) about the construction of a new uranium enrichment plant in the country.
Although several days after the publication of the Iranian letter, a US counter-proliferation official claimed that Washington “knew” about the second Iranian nuclear plant “for several years,” the Iranian announcement drew some heavy criticism from Western leaders.
In his comments on September 25, Obama attacked Iran over the declaration, which Iran says was within the framework of its treaty obligations, charging that Tehran had tried to cover up the project for years. He claimed that Iran must re-energize its efforts to build the trust of the international community.
The US president, who was accompanied by Nicolas Sarkozy and Gordon Brown in Pittsburgh, also asked the UN nuclear watchdog to look into the new plant thoroughly.
Obama described the new nuclear facility, which, according to Western reports is located near Iran’s holy city of Qom, as a “direct challenge” to international non-proliferation rules.
Sarkozy, for his part, accused Iran of taking the world down a “dangerous” path and threatened new sanctions against the Islamic Republic if it does not give in to Western demands by December.
Commenting on the possibility of more sanctions against Iran, Ahmadinejad told Larry King of the previous US and British administrations’ efforts to pressure Tehran through embargoes, and said the West had not gained anything from those measures.
“Whoever imposes sanctions on Iran is adopting sanctions against himself. The time for sanctions has passed… So what Mr. Sarkozy says lacks any value… It is regrettable that an individual like him is the president of France,” said the Iranian president.
During the September 25 press conference, Obama and Sarkozy also said that all options were on the table with regards to Iran, implying that they may be considering a military strike against the country.
Brown also said that Iran’s “serial deception” in its nuclear work demanded a tougher action by the international community.
This is while at another press conference on the afternoon of the same day, Ahmadinejad insisted that not only was the announcement not an indication of secrecy on the part of Iran, but a sign of its willingness to comply with IAEA regulations.
“According to the IAEA rules, countries must inform the Agency 6 months ahead of the gas injection in their uranium enrichment plants. We have done it 18 months ahead and this should be appreciated not condemned,” Ahmadinejad told the gathered reporters.
In addition, in a statement issued on September 25 by the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Ali Akbar Salehi, Iran’s nuclear chief affirmed that “As with Iran’s other nuclear facilities, the activities of the [newly announced] facility will be within the framework of the IAEA regulations.”

Palestinians Prevent Israeli Extremists from Entering Al-Aqsa Mosque

Palestinians Prevent Israeli Extremists from Entering Al-Aqsa Mosque

Batoul Wehbe
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27/09/2009 Sixteen Palestinians have been injured and another seven detained after Israeli police stormed the al-Aqsa mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem.
Israeli security forces on Sunday fired rubber bullets and stun grenades at Palestinians who attempted to prevent a Zionist rally from entering the al-Haram al-Sharif courtyard within the compound on the Jewish holy day of Yom Kippur.
"Special forces are still deployed inside the Haram compound yard, but are no longer clashing with the worshippers [Palestinians] inside", estimated to be around a thousand, reporters said.
Micky Rosenfeld, an Israeli police spokesman, said two Israeli policemen were also injured in the confrontation. At dawn, extremist Jewish groups declared their intention to attack the Aqsa Mosque on the occasion of the ‘Day of Atonement’ Jewish Yom Kippur. The soldiers fired tear gas and rubber bullets at the crowds, arresting many of the citizens.
The police entered after Israeli settlers and Zionist groups attempted to force entry to a part of the complex they call Temple Mount. Other Israeli settler-activist extremist groups also gathered at the Hetta and Majlis gates.
The Israeli occupation closed all the gates of the holy Aqsa Mosque before the  Israeli police and soldiers attacked the crowds of Palestinians who gathered in the Mosque for praying.
Israeli forces have imposed military closure on Palestinian territories starting from Saturday midnight until Monday midnight, in view of the religious holiday.
"There was a large group of Jewish settlers who gathered outside Al-Aqsa and tried to break in," said a Palestinian witness who would give his name only as Abu Raed. "Some of them entered and went all the way to the heart of the compound, where there were people praying… They were Jewish settlers dressed as tourists," he said.
After entering the sprawling compound, the extremist group was confronted by more than 100 Muslim faithful who chanted and eventually threw rocks, at which point the police pulled the settlers out and closed the gate, police and witnesses said. Immediately after the clash, police blocked off the compound as speakers from mosques in the Old City urged people to gather at the site.
Al-Aqsa mosque compound is the third-holiest in Islam after Mecca and Medina. Israel occupied the Old City of Jerusalem during the 1967 Six-Day War and later annexed it along with the rest of mostly Arab East Jerusalem in a move not recognized by the international community.

And a Child Shall Lead Them (the “Sheeple”)

[Words to inspire the black youth of America come from this idealistic white boy.]

What Would Obama Say?

Jacob Silberberg for The New York Times

TURNING A PHRASE Jon Favreau, chief speechwriter to Senator Barack Obama, at work the night of the New Hampshire primary.

Published: January 20, 2008

AT the Radisson Hotel in Nashua, N.H., Jon Favreau sipped Diet Coke and munched on carrot sticks and crackers to pass the time. His boss, Senator Barack Obama, wandered in and out of the room.

Steve Pope/European Pressphoto Agency

ECHOES Barack Obama’s speeches are written in his own style.

Finally, results from the New Hampshire Democratic primary started coming in, surprising everyone. Hillary Clinton was pulling past Senator Obama, who had won the Iowa caucuses only five days earlier.

Mr. Favreau, the campaign’s 26-year-old head speechwriter, found himself in the hotel lounge with less than three hours to revise what was to have been a victory speech. What made it particularly strange was that his words were being challenged. Mrs. Clinton had helped turn her campaign around by discounting Mr. Obama’s elegant oratory, saying, “You campaign in poetry, but you govern in prose.”

“To be honest,” Mr. Favreau said, “the first time I really stopped to think about how it felt was when he started giving the speech. I looked around at the senior staff, and they were all smiling. And I looked around the room and thought, ‘This is going to be O.K.’ ”

Mr. Favreau, or Favs, as everyone calls him, looks every bit his age, with a baby face and closely shorn stubble. And he leads a team of two other young speechwriters: 26-year-old Adam Frankel, who worked with John F. Kennedy’s adviser and speechwriter Theodore C. Sorensen on his memoirs, and Ben Rhodes, who, at 30, calls himself the “elder statesman” of the group and who helped write the Iraq Study Group report as an assistant to Lee H. Hamilton.

Together they are working for a politician who not only is known for his speaking ability but also wrote two best-selling books and gave the much-lauded keynote speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention.

“You’re like Ted Williams’s batting coach,” Mr. Favreau said.

But even Ted Williams needed a little help with his swing.

“Barack trusts him,” said David Axelrod, Mr. Obama’s chief campaign strategist. “And Barack doesn’t trust too many folks with that — the notion of surrendering that much authority over his own words.”

When he first met Mr. Obama, Mr. Favreau was 23, a recent graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass., near where he grew up. Mr. Obama was rehearsing his 2004 convention speech backstage, when Mr. Favreau, then a member of John Kerry’s staff, interrupted him: the senator needed to rewrite a line from his speech to avoid an overlap.

“He kind of looked at me, kind of confused — like, ‘Who is this kid?’ ” Mr. Favreau recalled.

Mr. Obama became his boss the following year. Mr. Favreau had risen to a job as a speechwriter on the Kerry campaign, but by then was unemployed. He was, he said, “broke, taking advantage of all the happy-hour specials I could find in Washington.”

Robert Gibbs, Mr. Obama’s communications director, had known Mr. Favreau during the Kerry campaign, and recommended him as a writer.

Life was relatively quiet then, and Mr. Obama and Mr. Favreau had some time to hang out. When Mr. Obama’s White Sox swept Mr. Favreau’s beloved Red Sox three games to none in their American League 2005 division series, the senator walked over to his speechwriter’s desk with a little broom and started sweeping it off.

Mr. Favreau also used this time to master Mr. Obama’s voice. He took down almost everything the senator said and absorbed it. Now, he said, when he sits down to write, he just channels Mr. Obama — his ideas, his sentences, his phrases.

“The trick of speechwriting, if you will, is making the client say your brilliant words while somehow managing to make it sound as though they issued straight from their own soul,” said the writer Christopher Buckley, who was a speechwriter for the first President Bush. “Imagine putting the words ‘Ask not what your country can do for you’ into the mouth of Ron Paul, and you can see the problem.”

Many Democratic candidates have attempted to evoke both John and Robert Kennedy, but Senator Obama seems to have had more success than most. It helps that Mr. Obama seems to have the élan that John Kennedy had, not to mention a photogenic family.

For his inspiration, Mr. Favreau said, “I actually read a lot of Bobby” Kennedy.

“I see shades of J.F.K., R.F.K.,” he said, and then added, “King.”

Not everyone is so enamored. Mr. Obama excels at inspirational speeches read from a teleprompter before television cameras, critics have noted, but many of his other speeches on the campaign trail have failed to electrify.

Ted Widmer, a historian at Brown University, said that Mr. Obama’s speeches “were perfect for getting to where he was early in the race, but I think now that we’re in a serious campaign, it would be helpful to hear more concrete proposals.”

“There’s more to governing, there’s more to being president, than speechwriting,” he added.

Mr. Favreau said that when he is writing, he stays up until 3 a.m. and gets up as early as 5. He hasn’t slept for more than six hours in as long as he can remember, he said.

Coffee helped him through the Iowa caucuses. Two days before the victory there, he walked across the street from the campaign’s Des Moines headquarters and cloistered himself inside a local cafe.

He and Mr. Obama had talked about the post-caucus speech for about 30 minutes, settling on a theme of unity and an opening line: “They said this day would never come.”

“I knew that it would have multiple meanings to multiple people,” Mr. Favreau said. “Barack and I talked about it, and it was one that worked for the campaign. There were many months during the campaign when they said he’d never win. And of course there was the day that would never come, when an African-American would be winning the first primary in a white state.”

In discussions about the speech, the issue of race never came up, Mr. Favreau said. But, he added, “I know I thought about it.”

As Senator Obama’s star has risen, so has Mr. Favreau’s. In New Hampshire, Mr. Favreau stood in the back of a gym watching his boss campaign when Michael Gerson, a former speechwriter to the current President Bush, introduced himself. He complimented him on the Iowa victory speech.

The campaign staff has started teasing Mr. Favreau about his newfound celebrity. Not that it’s any great pickup line. Mr. Favreau, who said he doesn’t have a girlfriend, observed somewhat dryly that “the rigors of this campaign have prevented any sort of serious relationship.”

“There’s been a few times when people have said, ‘I don’t believe you, that you’re Barack Obama’s speechwriter,’ ” he went on. “To which I reply, ‘If I really wanted to hit on you, don’t you think I’d make up something more outlandish?’ ”

He does have other things to worry about. “Can you get through this process and keep the core of yourself?” Mr. Favreau asked. “You know, we’re finding out. I’m confident he can. And I think I can, too.”

Ousted leader calls for final offensive in Honduras Posted: 27 September 2009 1701 hrs

Ousted leader calls for final offensive in Honduras

Posted: 27 September 2009 1701 hrs

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Manuel Zelaya

TEGUCIGALPA : The stakes rose in Honduras Sunday after ousted leader Manuel Zelaya, holed up at Brazil’s embassy in Tegucigalpa, called on his supporters for a final offensive — and coup leaders respond by giving Brazil a harsh warning.

Zelaya, who has been in the embassy since he made a surprise return almost one week ago, called on his supporters to converge on the capital on Monday, exactly three months after the coup.

“We’re making a patriotic … call to resistance across all national territory,” Zelaya said Saturday in a statement handed to an AFP photographer inside the embassy.

He called on his supporters to peacefully march to the capital for a “final offensive against the de facto government.”

Shortly after, the regime gave Brazil up to 10 days to define Zelaya’s status in a statement read on national television.

It urged “that Mr. Zelaya immediately stop using the protection that Brazil’s diplomatic mission gives him to instigate violence in Honduras.”

The statement warned that “if that’s not done, we’ll be forced to take supplementary measures under international law,” without elaborating.

The interim government — which took over after Zelaya was ousted in late June at the height of a dispute over his plans to change the constitution — promised not to attack the “integrity” of the embassy.

They are seeking to arrest Zelaya for violating the constitution.

The UN Security Council on Friday warned the interim Honduran regime headed by Roberto Micheletti not to harass the embassy, as Brazilian officials complained it was “under siege.”

Several thousand Zelaya supporters took to the streets again Saturday, in a march on foot and in scores of cars, waving red flags, honking horns and calling for him to return to office.

Zelaya said Saturday that the regime had not responded to a call for dialogue which he made after returning to the country, but had replied “with more repression against the people.”

“It’s the only place in the world where there’s an embassy under siege,” said Francisco Catunda, the Brazilian charge d’affaires.

Most people inside the embassy were in good health, Catunda said, adding that one Brazilian diplomat told him he had smelled gas the previous day, after Zelaya accused the army of trying to poison him and some 60 people still inside the compound by pumping noxious gases into the building — a charge roundly denied by Honduran officials.

Demonstrators have come daily to the embassy compound, which is surrounded by anti-riot police and soldiers, to show their support for the embattled head of state.

“Thanks, Brazil, for protecting Mel from this vile regime,” one banner read, using Zelaya’s popular nickname.

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, at a meeting of African and South American leaders in Venezuela, cautioned against “backsliding” on democracy in Honduras and throughout Latin America.

“We fought hard to sweep military dictatorships into the trash can of history, we can not allow these kind of setbacks in our continent,” he said.

As efforts to mediate struggled to get off the ground, European Union countries decided to send back their envoys who were withdrawn after the coup, but said that did not mean they recognized the interim regime.

A daytime curfew was lifted Thursday and airports reopened, allowing businesses to resume and providing relief to an increasingly frustrated public. A nighttime curfew remained in place.

The United Nations on Wednesday froze its technical support for a presidential vote scheduled for November.

Regime authorities still wish to carry out the vote, which they say is the best exit to the crisis.

“We’re losing guarantees for free elections and in these conditions the people will question and fail to recognize the electoral process and its results,” Zelaya said.

A police spokesman told AFP Wednesday that two people had been killed in pro-Zelaya protests since the start of the week, and rights groups have voiced concern about clampdowns on demonstrators and local media.

US credit shrinks at Great Depression rate prompting fears of double-dip recession

US credit shrinks at Great Depression rate prompting fears of double-dip recession

Both bank credit and the M3 money supply in the United States have been contracting at rates comparable to the onset of the Great Depression since early summer, raising fears of a double-dip recession in 2010 and a slide into debt-deflation.

By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, International Business Editor

US Federal Reserve on February 12, 2009 in Washington

FedRes: Ben Bernanke has been appointed to a second-term at the helm of the US central bank, the Federal Reserve Photo: AFP

Professor Tim Congdon from International Monetary Research said US bank loans have fallen at an annual pace of almost 14pc in the three months to August (from $7,147bn to $6,886bn).

“There has been nothing like this in the USA since the 1930s,” he said. “The rapid destruction of money balances is madness.”

The M3 “broad” money supply, watched as an early warning signal for the economy a year or so later, has been falling at a 5pc annual rate.

Similar concerns have been raised by David Rosenberg, chief strategist at Gluskin Sheff, who said that over the four weeks up to August 24, bank credit shrank at an “epic” 9pc annual pace, the M2 money supply shrank at 12.2pc and M1 shrank at 6.5pc.

“For the first time in the post-WW2 [Second World War] era, we have deflation in credit, wages and rents and, from our lens, this is a toxic brew,” he said.

It is unclear why the US Federal Reserve has allowed this to occur.

Chairman Ben Bernanke is an expert on the “credit channel” causes of depressions and has given eloquent speeches about the risks of deflation in the past.

He is not a monetary economist, however, and there are indications that the Fed has had to pare back its policy of quantitative easing (buying bonds) in order to reassure China and other foreign creditors that the US is not trying to devalue its debts by stealth monetisation.

Mr Congdon said a key reason for credit contraction is pressure on banks to raise their capital ratios. While this is well-advised in boom times, it makes matters worse in a downturn.

“The current drive to make banks less leveraged and safer is having the perverse consequence of destroying money balances,” he said. “It strengthens the deflationary forces in the world economy. That increases the risks of a double-dip recession in 2010.”

Referring to the debt-purge policy of US Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon in the early 1930s, he added: “The pressure on banks to de-risk and to de-leverage is the modern version of liquidationism: it is potentially just as dangerous.”

US banks are cutting lending by around 1pc a month. A similar process is occurring in the eurozone, where private sector credit has been contracting and M3 has been flat for almost a year.

Mr Congdon said IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn is wrong to argue that the history of financial crises shows that “speedy recovery” depends on “cleansing banks’ balance sheets of toxic assets”. “The message of all financial crises is that policy-makers’ priority must be to stop the quantity of money falling and, ideally, to get it rising again,” he said.

He predicted that the Federal Reserve and other central banks will be forced to engage in outright monetisation of government debt by next year, whatever they say now.