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The recent hype in US & foreign media about Pakistan disintegration within a year or so, Baluchistan, Swat peace deal & the power struggle of Taliban to take over any territory, from where they could receive request to implement Shariah, looks like a systematic approach towards a defined anti –Pakistan strategy. Chain of articles in foreign newspapers depicting the unstable situation of two provinces of Pakistan, poll & survey that half of Pakistani population is unsatisfied to live within the federation, and statements from the exile figure heads stating the atrocities in most deprived areas, all are painting a picture of larger conspiracy against Pakistan!
All has started soon after present govt has signed the peace deal in Swat. Initially it was countered through NGOs by highlighting the dark side of radical Islamist such as women flogging video & burnt schools etc. Once the countering strategy failed and Supreme Court distanced itself carefully to handle the case with true justice sprit, a new approach is adopted. Main ingredients of this new approach are as under:
First, to create hype in media as Pakistan is becoming unstable in few months and could disintegrate due to unrest in NWFP and Baluchistan provinces. Leading
Second, the strings of Pakistani nationalist leaders–in-exile are triggered in a way to show that their land & people are unsafe in
Third, Taliban have been portrayed as single largest military force, able to occupy
Fourth, Taliban advancement propaganda is being presented in a way that they could reach the Nuclear arsenals of Pakistan, as if N–bomb is like an AK-47 rifle, and hence world would be unsafe.
Fifth, the distribution of aid funds, as discussed in "Friend of Pakistan" meetings, have been worked out in a way that they would be spend mostly in two provinces – NWFP & Baluchistan, by being the most deprived units of federation through foreign resources without the much interaction of federal govt. Fortunately, this was countered by Saudi Arabia with an assumption that in near future, if the unrest in two provinces of Pakistan continues, the donors might ask United Nations to allow them to directly "deal with the situation" without the consent of federal govt.
Within the larger context, all above elements are leading towards a larger conspiracy against