NATO Won’t Participate in US Strikes in Pakistan | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


NATO Won’t Participate in US Strikes in Pakistan

During a news briefing, NATO spokesman James Appathurai agreed with Pakistan that NATO’s mandate ends at the Afghan border, and insisted that NATO forces would not take part in “ground or air incursions” into Pakistan. Despite NATO’s seeming disinterest in participating in such operations, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has promised to press newly elected Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari to allow NATO forces to enter the country.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This statement by NATO Spokesperson Appathurai makes it crystal clear that the US is, and will be, going it alone on these strikes inside Pakistan.

These strikes will do the same thing they have done in Afghanistan; kill lots of civilians, and radicalize those left standing even further away from Zardari's government.

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