Wednesday, November 7, 2007


From NPR's All Things Considered today: Ahmed Raza Kasuri, senior legal adviser to Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf, tells Michele Norris that the extraordinary steps Musharraf has recently taken are no different than what the U.S. did after the Sept. 11 attacks. He says they are necessary to bring peace to the country.

Link to the story.

This is worth the listen: The adviser tells Norris that the US has no right to point the finger at .Pakistan since we have basically been doing the same thing since 911 in the name of security

And he is right. The U.S. has lost all credibility in the world stage when it comes to human rights and due process of the law.

Thanks a lot Bush.

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