Tuesday, October 12, 2004

A "million American tentacles"

The Times of India says that they are in possession of documents "detailing the unshakeable grip of a million American tentacles that have an all pervading grip on Pakistan's present and future."

There is nothing in history like a hurt and humiliated Super Power. In case you don't have any idea, just look across the border to Pakistan.

As its global blitzkrieg against terrorism continue to throw up unexpected results, United States of America has tightened its vice-like grip on its frontline ally, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

Timesofindia.com is in possession of documents, detailing the unshakeable grip of a million American tentacles that have an all pervading grip on Pakistan's present and future.

The documents reveal how the US has mapped Pakistan's year-wise targets, details of various schemes that would give the global superpower an unhindered influence over General Musharraf's Pakistan. Put together, they read like the British crown's annual plans for one of its colonies from a bygone era.

Investigations reveal that US has a free run over almost every aspect of Pakistan's national life, including sensitive national records and data.

The US has Pakistan all wired up in a highly sophisticated network of software systems, with direct access to information including that of every one entering or leaving Pakistan.

The Personal Identification Secure Comparison Evaluation System (PISCES), an automated border control system, is being implemented in 20 ports of immigration in Pakistan.

According to latest information, all points of entry and exit in Pakistan would have PISCES system by Dec 31, 2004.


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