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Pak supply closure costing US 100m a month: Panneta

Joined: January 9th, 2006, 4:49 am

June 14th, 2012, 2:11 am #1

hahahha... i told you faggies... killing our soldiers carried a high price

so from dec 2011 to May 2012 = 6 months = USD 600m at least!!!..... at this rate the death of 24 Pak troopers would have cost greater than 2 billion by the end of thier flee from Afganistan

stupid americans thank you for not apologising





Panetta urges conditions for aid to Pakistan

By: Special Correspondent | June 14, 2012 | 0






















WASHINGTON The United States should examine setting conditions for aid to Pakistan but not cutting it off, Defence Secretary Leon Panetta said on Wednesday, as he disclosed that Islamabads closure of supply routes to the Afghan war cost American taxpayers millions of dollars a month.

Panetta said that Pakistans closure of NATO supply routes is costing the US $100 million a month as goods trucks have to cover longer distance through Central Asia. The result of that is that its very expensive because were using the northern transit route in order to withdraw our forces and also be able to supply our forces, Panetta told the Senate Appropriations subcommittee on defence.

Panetta also said that the United States should examine setting conditions for aid to Pakistan but not cutting it off.

Asked during a Senate budget hearing whether he would recommend halting aid to Pakistan, Panetta said: Id be very careful about just shutting it down.

What I would do is look at conditions for what we expect them to do, Panetta said, without elaborating. He agreed to help write a letter to Congress with his recommendations for how to proceed with aid for the Pakistani military and government.

The comments came less than a week after Panetta, on a trip to Kabul, said the United States was reaching the limits of its patience with Pakistan because of the safe havens the country offered to insurgents fighting in neighbouring Afghanistan.

The American war effort there has become more costly, Panetta said on Wednesday, because of Pakistans decision last November to ban trucks from carrying supplies to NATO forces in landlocked Afghanistan.

The Pentagon has previously estimated that it cost between two and three times more to send supplies through the so-called Northern Distribution Network, but declined to offer a dollar figure on the costs. One of the sticking points in the negotiations has been Pakistani demands that the United States apologise for the November strike, something the Pentagon has been unwilling to do.

But Panetta acknowledged at the hearing that the apology wasnt the only issue. Theyre asking not only for that, but there are other elements to the negotiation that are also involved that have to be resolved, Panetta said.

http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news- ... o-pakistan

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c


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June 14th, 2012, 2:19 am #2

Will convince you pakis soon enough



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June 14th, 2012, 2:35 am #3

hahahha... i told you faggies... killing our soldiers carried a high price

so from dec 2011 to May 2012 = 6 months = USD 600m at least!!!..... at this rate the death of 24 Pak troopers would have cost greater than 2 billion by the end of thier flee from Afganistan

stupid americans thank you for not apologising





Panetta urges conditions for aid to Pakistan

By: Special Correspondent | June 14, 2012 | 0






















WASHINGTON The United States should examine setting conditions for aid to Pakistan but not cutting it off, Defence Secretary Leon Panetta said on Wednesday, as he disclosed that Islamabads closure of supply routes to the Afghan war cost American taxpayers millions of dollars a month.

Panetta said that Pakistans closure of NATO supply routes is costing the US $100 million a month as goods trucks have to cover longer distance through Central Asia. The result of that is that its very expensive because were using the northern transit route in order to withdraw our forces and also be able to supply our forces, Panetta told the Senate Appropriations subcommittee on defence.

Panetta also said that the United States should examine setting conditions for aid to Pakistan but not cutting it off.

Asked during a Senate budget hearing whether he would recommend halting aid to Pakistan, Panetta said: Id be very careful about just shutting it down.

What I would do is look at conditions for what we expect them to do, Panetta said, without elaborating. He agreed to help write a letter to Congress with his recommendations for how to proceed with aid for the Pakistani military and government.

The comments came less than a week after Panetta, on a trip to Kabul, said the United States was reaching the limits of its patience with Pakistan because of the safe havens the country offered to insurgents fighting in neighbouring Afghanistan.

The American war effort there has become more costly, Panetta said on Wednesday, because of Pakistans decision last November to ban trucks from carrying supplies to NATO forces in landlocked Afghanistan.

The Pentagon has previously estimated that it cost between two and three times more to send supplies through the so-called Northern Distribution Network, but declined to offer a dollar figure on the costs. One of the sticking points in the negotiations has been Pakistani demands that the United States apologise for the November strike, something the Pentagon has been unwilling to do.

But Panetta acknowledged at the hearing that the apology wasnt the only issue. Theyre asking not only for that, but there are other elements to the negotiation that are also involved that have to be resolved, Panetta said.

http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news- ... o-pakistan

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
I'd cut the sonsabitches off. Full stop. Let their whole rotten house collapse. In the meantime, rather than drone strikes maybe carpet bombing would be better.

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June 14th, 2012, 2:38 am #4

hahahha... i told you faggies... killing our soldiers carried a high price

so from dec 2011 to May 2012 = 6 months = USD 600m at least!!!..... at this rate the death of 24 Pak troopers would have cost greater than 2 billion by the end of thier flee from Afganistan

stupid americans thank you for not apologising





Panetta urges conditions for aid to Pakistan

By: Special Correspondent | June 14, 2012 | 0






















WASHINGTON The United States should examine setting conditions for aid to Pakistan but not cutting it off, Defence Secretary Leon Panetta said on Wednesday, as he disclosed that Islamabads closure of supply routes to the Afghan war cost American taxpayers millions of dollars a month.

Panetta said that Pakistans closure of NATO supply routes is costing the US $100 million a month as goods trucks have to cover longer distance through Central Asia. The result of that is that its very expensive because were using the northern transit route in order to withdraw our forces and also be able to supply our forces, Panetta told the Senate Appropriations subcommittee on defence.

Panetta also said that the United States should examine setting conditions for aid to Pakistan but not cutting it off.

Asked during a Senate budget hearing whether he would recommend halting aid to Pakistan, Panetta said: Id be very careful about just shutting it down.

What I would do is look at conditions for what we expect them to do, Panetta said, without elaborating. He agreed to help write a letter to Congress with his recommendations for how to proceed with aid for the Pakistani military and government.

The comments came less than a week after Panetta, on a trip to Kabul, said the United States was reaching the limits of its patience with Pakistan because of the safe havens the country offered to insurgents fighting in neighbouring Afghanistan.

The American war effort there has become more costly, Panetta said on Wednesday, because of Pakistans decision last November to ban trucks from carrying supplies to NATO forces in landlocked Afghanistan.

The Pentagon has previously estimated that it cost between two and three times more to send supplies through the so-called Northern Distribution Network, but declined to offer a dollar figure on the costs. One of the sticking points in the negotiations has been Pakistani demands that the United States apologise for the November strike, something the Pentagon has been unwilling to do.

But Panetta acknowledged at the hearing that the apology wasnt the only issue. Theyre asking not only for that, but there are other elements to the negotiation that are also involved that have to be resolved, Panetta said.

http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news- ... o-pakistan

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
Good...Anything that costs the already bankrupt USA more is good for humanity....

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June 14th, 2012, 2:52 am #5

hahahha... i told you faggies... killing our soldiers carried a high price

so from dec 2011 to May 2012 = 6 months = USD 600m at least!!!..... at this rate the death of 24 Pak troopers would have cost greater than 2 billion by the end of thier flee from Afganistan

stupid americans thank you for not apologising





Panetta urges conditions for aid to Pakistan

By: Special Correspondent | June 14, 2012 | 0






















WASHINGTON The United States should examine setting conditions for aid to Pakistan but not cutting it off, Defence Secretary Leon Panetta said on Wednesday, as he disclosed that Islamabads closure of supply routes to the Afghan war cost American taxpayers millions of dollars a month.

Panetta said that Pakistans closure of NATO supply routes is costing the US $100 million a month as goods trucks have to cover longer distance through Central Asia. The result of that is that its very expensive because were using the northern transit route in order to withdraw our forces and also be able to supply our forces, Panetta told the Senate Appropriations subcommittee on defence.

Panetta also said that the United States should examine setting conditions for aid to Pakistan but not cutting it off.

Asked during a Senate budget hearing whether he would recommend halting aid to Pakistan, Panetta said: Id be very careful about just shutting it down.

What I would do is look at conditions for what we expect them to do, Panetta said, without elaborating. He agreed to help write a letter to Congress with his recommendations for how to proceed with aid for the Pakistani military and government.

The comments came less than a week after Panetta, on a trip to Kabul, said the United States was reaching the limits of its patience with Pakistan because of the safe havens the country offered to insurgents fighting in neighbouring Afghanistan.

The American war effort there has become more costly, Panetta said on Wednesday, because of Pakistans decision last November to ban trucks from carrying supplies to NATO forces in landlocked Afghanistan.

The Pentagon has previously estimated that it cost between two and three times more to send supplies through the so-called Northern Distribution Network, but declined to offer a dollar figure on the costs. One of the sticking points in the negotiations has been Pakistani demands that the United States apologise for the November strike, something the Pentagon has been unwilling to do.

But Panetta acknowledged at the hearing that the apology wasnt the only issue. Theyre asking not only for that, but there are other elements to the negotiation that are also involved that have to be resolved, Panetta said.

http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news- ... o-pakistan

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
the amount should be discounted from the aid that Pakistan recives (with an aditional 50 to 100%) :P
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June 14th, 2012, 9:51 am #6

hahahha... i told you faggies... killing our soldiers carried a high price

so from dec 2011 to May 2012 = 6 months = USD 600m at least!!!..... at this rate the death of 24 Pak troopers would have cost greater than 2 billion by the end of thier flee from Afganistan

stupid americans thank you for not apologising





Panetta urges conditions for aid to Pakistan

By: Special Correspondent | June 14, 2012 | 0






















WASHINGTON The United States should examine setting conditions for aid to Pakistan but not cutting it off, Defence Secretary Leon Panetta said on Wednesday, as he disclosed that Islamabads closure of supply routes to the Afghan war cost American taxpayers millions of dollars a month.

Panetta said that Pakistans closure of NATO supply routes is costing the US $100 million a month as goods trucks have to cover longer distance through Central Asia. The result of that is that its very expensive because were using the northern transit route in order to withdraw our forces and also be able to supply our forces, Panetta told the Senate Appropriations subcommittee on defence.

Panetta also said that the United States should examine setting conditions for aid to Pakistan but not cutting it off.

Asked during a Senate budget hearing whether he would recommend halting aid to Pakistan, Panetta said: Id be very careful about just shutting it down.

What I would do is look at conditions for what we expect them to do, Panetta said, without elaborating. He agreed to help write a letter to Congress with his recommendations for how to proceed with aid for the Pakistani military and government.

The comments came less than a week after Panetta, on a trip to Kabul, said the United States was reaching the limits of its patience with Pakistan because of the safe havens the country offered to insurgents fighting in neighbouring Afghanistan.

The American war effort there has become more costly, Panetta said on Wednesday, because of Pakistans decision last November to ban trucks from carrying supplies to NATO forces in landlocked Afghanistan.

The Pentagon has previously estimated that it cost between two and three times more to send supplies through the so-called Northern Distribution Network, but declined to offer a dollar figure on the costs. One of the sticking points in the negotiations has been Pakistani demands that the United States apologise for the November strike, something the Pentagon has been unwilling to do.

But Panetta acknowledged at the hearing that the apology wasnt the only issue. Theyre asking not only for that, but there are other elements to the negotiation that are also involved that have to be resolved, Panetta said.

http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news- ... o-pakistan

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
what is this... the americans boobs are pissed, thier latino gardners is pool pissing and the chinese are happy bcos they will have issue treasury bonds and pay 4% to the chinese annually.. hhahahahha

so in the end china wins!!! USA loses

carpet bomb? papa you and osama bin ladin are so close to each other now,,, he too taught killing innoccent civilians is fair game.

then again you trained OBL did you not?




Good job Pak Army, make them pay for thier folies

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c


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June 14th, 2012, 11:06 am #7

hahahha... i told you faggies... killing our soldiers carried a high price

so from dec 2011 to May 2012 = 6 months = USD 600m at least!!!..... at this rate the death of 24 Pak troopers would have cost greater than 2 billion by the end of thier flee from Afganistan

stupid americans thank you for not apologising





Panetta urges conditions for aid to Pakistan

By: Special Correspondent | June 14, 2012 | 0






















WASHINGTON The United States should examine setting conditions for aid to Pakistan but not cutting it off, Defence Secretary Leon Panetta said on Wednesday, as he disclosed that Islamabads closure of supply routes to the Afghan war cost American taxpayers millions of dollars a month.

Panetta said that Pakistans closure of NATO supply routes is costing the US $100 million a month as goods trucks have to cover longer distance through Central Asia. The result of that is that its very expensive because were using the northern transit route in order to withdraw our forces and also be able to supply our forces, Panetta told the Senate Appropriations subcommittee on defence.

Panetta also said that the United States should examine setting conditions for aid to Pakistan but not cutting it off.

Asked during a Senate budget hearing whether he would recommend halting aid to Pakistan, Panetta said: Id be very careful about just shutting it down.

What I would do is look at conditions for what we expect them to do, Panetta said, without elaborating. He agreed to help write a letter to Congress with his recommendations for how to proceed with aid for the Pakistani military and government.

The comments came less than a week after Panetta, on a trip to Kabul, said the United States was reaching the limits of its patience with Pakistan because of the safe havens the country offered to insurgents fighting in neighbouring Afghanistan.

The American war effort there has become more costly, Panetta said on Wednesday, because of Pakistans decision last November to ban trucks from carrying supplies to NATO forces in landlocked Afghanistan.

The Pentagon has previously estimated that it cost between two and three times more to send supplies through the so-called Northern Distribution Network, but declined to offer a dollar figure on the costs. One of the sticking points in the negotiations has been Pakistani demands that the United States apologise for the November strike, something the Pentagon has been unwilling to do.

But Panetta acknowledged at the hearing that the apology wasnt the only issue. Theyre asking not only for that, but there are other elements to the negotiation that are also involved that have to be resolved, Panetta said.

http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news- ... o-pakistan

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
carpet bomb?

You're probably right, Prado, carpet bomb may be a bit of hyperbole. I certainly wouldn't carpet bomb solely civilian areas but Pakistani military facilities, well, they'd have a bit of trouble picking up the pieces.

papa you and osama bin ladin are so close to each other now,,,

No, Prado, he's dead and I'm not. By the way, he he was such a demon, why did Pakistan give him sanctuary all those years and imprison the one Pakistani that helped to locate him?

he too taught killing innoccent civilians is fair game.

No just him, Prado. As I recall the Pakistanis that did those attacks in Mumbai weren't targeting military targets were they?

then again you trained OBL did you not?

No, Prado, I can quite honestly say I did not train OBL. Heck, he spent all those years on the campus of the Pakistani military academy, think he might have gotten some training there?


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It is the teaching of all history that liberty can only be preserved in small areas. Local self-government is, therefore, indispensable to liberty. A centralized and distant bureaucracy is the worst of all tyranny.

Taxation can justly be levied for no purpose other than to provide revenue for the support of the government. To tax one person, class or section to provide revenue for the benefit of another is none the less robbery because done under the form of law and called taxation."

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June 14th, 2012, 3:04 pm #8

hahahha... i told you faggies... killing our soldiers carried a high price

so from dec 2011 to May 2012 = 6 months = USD 600m at least!!!..... at this rate the death of 24 Pak troopers would have cost greater than 2 billion by the end of thier flee from Afganistan

stupid americans thank you for not apologising





Panetta urges conditions for aid to Pakistan

By: Special Correspondent | June 14, 2012 | 0






















WASHINGTON The United States should examine setting conditions for aid to Pakistan but not cutting it off, Defence Secretary Leon Panetta said on Wednesday, as he disclosed that Islamabads closure of supply routes to the Afghan war cost American taxpayers millions of dollars a month.

Panetta said that Pakistans closure of NATO supply routes is costing the US $100 million a month as goods trucks have to cover longer distance through Central Asia. The result of that is that its very expensive because were using the northern transit route in order to withdraw our forces and also be able to supply our forces, Panetta told the Senate Appropriations subcommittee on defence.

Panetta also said that the United States should examine setting conditions for aid to Pakistan but not cutting it off.

Asked during a Senate budget hearing whether he would recommend halting aid to Pakistan, Panetta said: Id be very careful about just shutting it down.

What I would do is look at conditions for what we expect them to do, Panetta said, without elaborating. He agreed to help write a letter to Congress with his recommendations for how to proceed with aid for the Pakistani military and government.

The comments came less than a week after Panetta, on a trip to Kabul, said the United States was reaching the limits of its patience with Pakistan because of the safe havens the country offered to insurgents fighting in neighbouring Afghanistan.

The American war effort there has become more costly, Panetta said on Wednesday, because of Pakistans decision last November to ban trucks from carrying supplies to NATO forces in landlocked Afghanistan.

The Pentagon has previously estimated that it cost between two and three times more to send supplies through the so-called Northern Distribution Network, but declined to offer a dollar figure on the costs. One of the sticking points in the negotiations has been Pakistani demands that the United States apologise for the November strike, something the Pentagon has been unwilling to do.

But Panetta acknowledged at the hearing that the apology wasnt the only issue. Theyre asking not only for that, but there are other elements to the negotiation that are also involved that have to be resolved, Panetta said.

http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news- ... o-pakistan

Pakistan Airforce: The largest distributor of Indian airforce parts in Asia



Pathankot Strike
8 F-86Fs of No 19 Squadron led by Squadron Leader Sajjad Haider struck Pathankot airfield. With carefully positioned dives and selecting each individual aircraft in their protected pens for their strafing attacks, the strike elements completed a textbook operation against Pathankot. Wing Commander M G Tawab, flying one of the two Sabres as tied escorts overhead, counted 14 wrecks burning on the airfield. Among the aircraft destroyed on the ground were nearly all of the IAFs Soviet-supplied Mig-21s till then received, none of which were seen again during the War.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFHlzP69n9c
@1.2 billion that just 50% of US aid to pakistanis... Obama you son of a gun... you just saved 1.2 billion for US economy.... every saving is a saving well done and every penny counts!!! Order drones with that 100 million saved every month.

This man obama is sure an economist.. Now create some jobs in US by bombing these asses off their misery. Arms industry is a major employer in US anyways...Some more drones and bombs would also help...
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