Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Bush Administration Open To Giving Musharraf Asylum In The United States
This puppet head has a lot of information that could be very damaging to several other puppet heads and their accomplices if he talked. 9/11 would enter into the mix and be the wild card. I think Musharraf could fill in more than a few blanks in the sordid 9/11 tale. He could tell a money story better than any fiction.

Now what is the controlling criminal cabal to do before he can talk?

Of course they could kill him. A whole lot of publicity and talk at first but soon he's just another dead despot and forgotten. Unless there's some problems. A long drawn out scandal chances the risk of a failed cover-up.

Killing him outright would set a bad example for the aspiring thieves in waiting. Why would one suckle up to the US and Israel only to expect to be assassinated if things get too hot. The ones who can successfully play the game want to live past their usefulness as a player.

So go ahead. Let him live in New Mexico in the desert, sort of like home away from home. Protect him, bug his every word and movement. If he gets out of line at all, he'll have a heart attack.

The end life of a globalist puppet is always interesting.

Musharraf Asylum?

On Sunday, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told Fox’s Chris Wallace that U.S. asylum for former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf was “not on the table.” However, she refused to explicitly rule the option out, insisting that he had been a “good ally.” Watch it:

But now that Musharraf has officially stepped down, the Bush administration appears to be increasingly receptive to opening America’s doors to the former military leader. State Department spokesman Robert Wood told reporters that Musharraf “has a right to live wherever he wants.” AFP reports:

“We haven’t been asked to provide him with any asylum or place of residence,” State Department spokesman Robert Wood said amid speculations that the former staunch US “war on terror” ally who quit Monday might stay abroad, including in the United States.

If he chooses to take up residence somewhere, I mean if he were to request that, we would obviously look at it, but it’s not an issue that we’ve been approached with,” Wood explained.

This willingness to grant Musharraf asylum may be coming from the top ranks of the White House. Nearly nearly three weeks after Musharraf declared emergency rule last November, President Bush continued to insist that the Pakistani president had “advanced democracy in Pakistan.” According to the Pakistani newspaper Dawn, Bush was the “last holdout” of support for Musharraf in the Bush administration, outlasting both Rice and Vice President Cheney.

Shuja Nawaz, a former Pakistani journalist and International Development Agency official, told PBS on Monday that “a possible immediate destination [for Musharraf] may be Dubai, and then eventually may be New Mexico in the United States.”

Think Progress

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