Monday, October 02, 2006

The plot thickens.

On the 11th July 2006 nearly 200 people were killed in bomb blasts in Mumbai, India. Time has rolled on and fingers are still pointing at who masterminded these terrorist attacks. Relations between Pakistan and India have been stretched in the past and this tragedy stretches them further. India and the press are now pointing the finger not only at banned terrorist groups but also the Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) , a government agency. People around the world are wondering just how much the Inter-Services Intelligence are helping terrorists in Kashmir, India and the reformed Taliban in Afghanistan.

It is not just in Iraq where government agencies and insurgent groups are intertwinned. The government employees have their own political agenda too. There is the official government policy and the individual employee's personal view. That personal touch can be to help outside agencies, governmental - insurgent or terrorist.

It is bad what has happened in Mumbai and leaves a nasty taste in the mouth when you do not know whether your neighbours are in league with the terrorists who attacked your city. Is Pakistan covering for it's support of outside terrorist groups with her governmental agencies involved in a massive cover up? Time will tell and truth will out.

Of course on a global scale one can always wonder who is in with whom? Do nations provoke conflict/regime change for other reasons than which their leaders claim? Yes, they do and we all know that! Humanity has gone adrift and common sense may take a very long time to catch up. It is anybody's guess just how many lives will be lost before common humanity to man is restored.
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