Posted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 7:07 pm Post subject: out of control
If I had to bet I would probably say that Mossad has assassinated her without the consent of the US , specially if she has been saying that Osama is dead.
The Musharruf govt. has come out saying she hit her head and that killed her - that will make the people riot more. The country is completely shut down.
Imran Khan has said Musharruf must resign.
She will be bigger in death than life.
Posted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 7:44 pm Post subject: unusual thing for you to say
.......er are you feeling alright lately .... you use to write sensible things ...now you seem to have gone silly.
I don't attack anyone but the old order is changing and the old generation and their ideas are going and a good thing too and christians, jews , calathumpians etc in the western world will have to eat humble pie and get used to it.
No autopsy performed on body; docs say bullet wounds not found
Police abandoned their security posts
"GHQ (general headquarters of the army) killed her," Sardar Saleem, a former member of parliament, told Shah at the hospital.
Whatever the case, Bhutto's precise cause of death may never be known because of the failure to administer an autopsy. The procedure was not carried out because police and local authorities in Rawalpindi did not request one
Surgeon: slain Pakistani leader Bhutto died of shrapnel wound to the head
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GARHI KHUDA BAKHSH, Pakistan - The surgeon who treated Benazir Bhutto says she died from a shrapnel wound to the head.
Authorities initially said the slain Pakistani opposition leader died from bullet wounds. But Dr. Mussadiq Khan, a surgeon who treated her, said Friday that she died from shrapnel that hit her on the right side of the skull.
He also says Bhutto had no heart beat or pulse when she arrived at the hospital and that doctors failed in their efforts to resuscitate her.
Benazir Bhutto's supporters have disputed the Pakistani government's account of how she died, calling it "dangerous nonsense".
A government spokesman said her head was slammed against her vehicle by the blast from a bomb - but colleagues said she died from bullet wounds.
A Pakistani militant, accused by the government of being behind the killing, has denied any involvement.
Meanwhile troops patrolled the streets on Saturday trying to quell violence.
At least 31 people have died in widespread civil unrest since her assassination in Rawalpindi on Thursday.
The shells of burned cars littered the deserted streets of Ms Bhutto's home city of Larkana on Saturday, after overnight rioting.
Ms Bhutto was buried on Friday at her family's marble mausoleum. Pakistan's main opposition leader, Nawaz Sharif, is to visit the grave of his former rival on Saturday.
Citing what it said was an intercepted phone call, the interior ministry said Benazir Bhutto's killing had been ordered by an "al-Qaeda leader", Baitullah Mehsud.
Pakistani intelligence services intercepted a call from him in which he allegedly congratulated another militant after Ms Bhutto's death, interior ministry spokesman Javed Iqbal Cheema told reporters.
But a spokesman for the South Waziristan tribal leader denied he was involved, calling it "government propaganda".
"He had no involvement in this attack," spokesman Maulana Omar said in a telephone call.
"It is against tribal tradition and custom to attack a woman," he added.
Al-Qaeda and pro-Taleban militants are believed to have been behind dozens of bomb attacks in Pakistan in recent years, in which hundreds of people have died - including many women.
'Soaked in blood'
The government presented video of Benazir Bhutto's last moments at a news conference.
Pakistan is at the brink of civil war, courtesy of the dictatorship
Dr Rubab Ahmed, London
Bhutto in her own words
Mourners blame Musharraf
The interior ministry said the primary cause of Ms Bhutto's death appeared to have been a knock on her head as she tried to duck through a sun roof back into her vehicle, and not bullets or shrapnel.
A surgeon who treated her, Dr Mussadiq Khan, said earlier she may have died from a shrapnel wound.
But Ms Bhutto's associates disputed the official account, saying the government was trying to abdicate its responsibility for her security.
"To hear that Ms Bhutto fell from an impact from a bump on a sun roof is absolutely rubbish. It is dangerous nonsense, because it implies there was no assassination attempt," a spokeswoman for Ms Bhutto's PPP party, Sherry Rehman, told the BBC.
"There was a clear bullet wound at the back of the neck. It went in one direction and came out another... My entire car is coated with her blood, my clothes, everybody - so she did not concuss her head against the sun roof."
The interior ministry spokesman, Brig Cheema, insisted that all possible security arrangements had been put in place for Ms Bhutto, and that if she had stayed inside the vehicle she might have survived.
The BBC's security correspondent, Frank Gardner, says it is too early to establish the truth of how Benazir Bhutto died.
Search for stability continues
Shock in home province
There have now been so many conflicting versions of who sent the assassin that it is hard for anyone to build up an accurate picture, our security correspondent says.
Both al-Qaeda and the Taleban are perfectly plausible culprits since they hated everything the secular Ms Bhutto stood for, he adds.
But critics of President Pervez Musharraf are unlikely to be convinced by his government's insistence that it has proof al-Qaeda ordered the murder.
After a previous attempt on her life in October that killed 130 people, Ms Bhutto accused rogue elements of the Pakistani intelligence services of involvement.
Ms Bhutto's PPP party says it has still not decided whether to contest elections due on 8 January.
Father led Pakistan before being executed in 1979
Spent five years in prison
Served as PM from 1988-1990 and 1993-1996
Sacked twice by president on corruption charges
Formed alliance with rival ex-PM Nawaz Sharif in 2006
Ended self-imposed exile by returning to Pakistan in October
Educated at Harvard and Oxford
Opposition leader Nawaz Sharif said his party would boycott them.
The BBC's Owen Bennett-Jones, at the Bhutto family home in Naudero, southern Pakistan, says that given the level of violence it seems surprising that the government is still planning elections for 10 days' time.
But the authorities are saying they are consulting the political parties and it may well be that they are hoping to secure a consensus about a postponement before making any public announcement, our correspondent adds.
The election is meant to pave the way for a return to democratic rule, suspended in October 1999 when the then Gen Musharraf seized power through a coup.
In Washington, a US state department spokesman said the elections should go ahead on schedule if they could be held smoothly and safely.
A spokesman for President Musharraf has said it is too early to decide.
here is the above footage in the news report as there government trys to pull a baby bush c.i.aider lie....
*note pay attention to the adds they put with it.... one is a terrorist bomber car add and the other at the end... well you will have to look for your self...
I'm confused. The adverts in that are so blatantly connected to the assassination of Benazir that I'm sickened.
I wonder if its gloating? Which ever organisation was behind her assassination made those adverts to threaten everyone or to boast their power so invincibly that they are not worried in the slightest that their plan will not go ahead?
Posted: Mon Dec 31, 2007 10:08 am Post subject: power goes to West to East
The Zionists - Christian or Jewish and the Nazi-like US govt. will not get what they want in Pakistan. Moderate Moslems and a lot of people in the west now know that Zionists will sacrifice moderate Christian, Jews ,Moslems or anybody else for the sake of the State of Israel.
I don't think the US will be able to put troops in Northern Pakistan to confront Iran, too many people are awake to what they are up to.
The West is in for a big reality check!
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