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2007-10-07 India-Pakistan
Support network in Pakistan accused of helping Taliban, others sneak across border to attack U.S
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Posted by john frum 2007-10-07 12:04|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [737 views ]  Top

#1 Our Ally? Perv strikes again!!!!
Posted by Paul 2007-10-07 15:10||   2007-10-07 15:10|| Front Page Top

#2 Actually it should be "Subedar"

The Indian Army has a unique set of ranks, which stand between a non-commissioned officers and commissioned officers. During the British Raj, they were known as Viceroy's Commissioned Officers (VCOs), but since independence they have been called Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs).

A Subedar ranks above a Naib Subedar (called a Jemadar in the British Indian Army) and below a Subedar Major. Subedars generally command platoons. In cavalry or armoured units the equivalent is a Risaldar.

Posted by john frum 2007-10-07 15:23||   2007-10-07 15:23|| Front Page Top

#3 Pakistan just has too many strikes against it to continue to exist. The sooner the rest of the world figures this out, the better. Some napalm in those "infiltration routes" would put an end to that, especially followed by mining the valley with air-dropped mines. ARCLIGHT is expensive, but one or two strikes in this area would convince a few people it's wiser to leave the US alone.
Posted by Old Patriot">Old Patriot  2007-10-07 16:13||]">[]  2007-10-07 16:13|| Front Page Top

#4 Support network in Pakistan accused of helping Taliban, others sneak across border to attack U.S

The stocky, bearded manthey call the Subidar is an encyclopedia of the jagged mountains and insular tribes here along Pakistan's northwestern border.

The Talib's secrete weapon. Their large unkempt beards!

Sure fire emergency kit, Big Bushie Beards got Nooks and Krannies aplenty... think secrete messages folks.

Emergency Rations: Those bits of uneaten food that have worked their way down deep into the Beard Nap, can be retrieved for Good Eats during Jihad when re-supply becomes difficult. .

Last but not Least, Osama bin Laden is said to have trained his Beard to hide an entire Koran within it.

Posted by Red Dawg">Red Dawg  2007-10-07 17:10||   2007-10-07 17:10|| Front Page Top

#5 Ima loose my appetite. BAD DAWG!

Posted by Thomas Woof 2007-10-07 19:36||   2007-10-07 19:36|| Front Page Top

#6 "A retired career officer" > HHHHHHHMMMMMM, so a once loyal deicated "Govt/INTEL Man" now turned revolutionary = traitor??? OR, in the alternate, ONCE IN INTEL/BLACK OPS, ALWAYS IN INTEL/BLACK OPS, as the sayings go???
Posted by JosephMendiola 2007-10-07 20:01||   2007-10-07 20:01|| Front Page Top

#7 I'd go with the saying, JosephM.
Posted by trailing wife 2007-10-07 21:40||   2007-10-07 21:40|| Front Page Top

#8 Devious Doings In Sneakistan!
Posted by SteveS 2007-10-07 21:59||   2007-10-07 21:59|| Front Page Top

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