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Originally posted by Zenagain
reply to post by Dutty_Rag
You need to do better research grasshopper. The day "after" they infiltrated and took over that region 60 miles from the capital, Pakistan sent the Army in force and the Taliban withdrew back to the Swat Valley. As to what happens in the near future, who knows, but they are no longer "60 miles from the capital".
With Islamabad's agreement, the U.S. installed unbreakable safety codes in Pakistan’s nukes. U.S. agents infiltrated weapons-making front companies and inserted parts or software that can render weapons inoperable. And U.S. ‘snatch teams’ kidnap rogue scientists. The photo shows anti-nuke demonstrators dressed like nuclear missiles marching in Washington, D.C. (KRT Photos via Newscom)
With Pakistan's political instability spreading, nervous concern has mounted over the fate of Islamabad's nuclear arsenal should Taliban sympathizers gain power within the Pakistan military, but under the terms of secret agreements, U.S. personnel have been stationed in Pakistan whose sole function is to guarantee and secure the safety of Islamabad's nuclear arsenal and keep it out of the hands of terrorists, according to several serving and former U.S. officials.