Wednesday, 20 June 2007

Pakistan ranked 12th among ‘failed states’

Tweedledee and Tweedledum

Diddy David Cameron is wetting himself over a trip to Pakistan in the future. Speaking at an event hosted by the Conservatives to mark the independence anniversary of Pakistan he said;

"that as the world's centre of gravity is moving from Europe and the Atlantic to the south and the east, the time is right for Britain to build a special relationship with the countries of the Asian subcontinent."

He then waffled on about a new special relationship with the Country that is only an ace away from descending into complete anarchy whilst dictating policy to Our Country over who we should honour. Dumb David obviously has not done his homework. Otherwise he might have read the following.

LAHORE: Pakistan has been ranked the 12th most unstable country in the world – worse even than North Korea at 13th – in the 2007 Failed State Index issued on Monday by Foreign Policy magazine and the Fund for Peace.

For the second year in a row, Sudan tops the index, largely because of the humanitarian catastrophe in Darfur.

Iraq now ranks as the second most unstable country and Afghanistan the eighth.

The other seven countries in the top 10 are all in Africa. They include Somalia, Zimbabwe, the Ivory Coast and Congo.

The index of 177 countries gives each country points out of 10 for 12 “social indicators of instability”, with higher scores indicating greater instability.

Pakistan’s highest scores were for ‘security apparatus’ (9.5), ‘factionalised elites’ (9.5) and ‘group grievance’ (9.0). Its best score was for the economy (5.8).

Iraq fell from fourth place last year to second. “The report tells us that Iraq is sinking fast,” said Fund for Peace President Pauline Baker, according to the Washington Post. “We believe it’s reached the point of no return. We have recommended—based on studies done every six months since the US invasion—that the administration face up to the reality that the only choices for Iraq are how and how violently it will break up.”

In a parallel series of reports, the Fund for Peace, a research and advocacy group, suggests a policy of managed partition for Iraq. The experiences of Iraq, as well as Afghanistan, show that billions of dollars in aid may be futile unless accompanied by a functioning government

Unstable Country. Unstable Cult followers. The British National Party knows how unstable Pakistan and it so called religion is. You would think Diddy David would to. But no. He wants more people from the "ethnic - soon to be a majority" as M.P.'s and Councillors. Scrabble in the muck for their votes David. It is all your fit for.

Stop this idiot ever getting to lead Our Country. Real Conservatives should wake up and join the classless fighters of the resistance in the ranks of the BNP.


1 comment:

Celtic Morning said...

There will be eventual conflict when ,at last , the people of the western world finally realise that they are about to lose their heritage ,their way of life . It is inevitable , it will not be corrected peaceably . Charles Guthrie , when Chief of the General Staff , was quoted as saying " Generals who rise to the top during long periods of peace are rarely fitted to fight a war . You must promote men whose temperament is not that of a peacetime soldier . In war you must ensure that all the key commands are held by warriors ". The same will apply to politicians and it will be essential that we have the right men in government . That rules out Cameron the Buffoon , and others like him , straight off. Will we find the men we need ? Where are they ? My guess is that they will be found among the patriotic ranks of ordinary British citizens who are inclined toward the BNP .