Why dooesn't America attack Pakistan?

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  1. Shrikant6989 profile image63
    Shrikant6989posted 3 years ago

    Why dooesn't America attack Pakistan?

    Why doesn't America attack Pakistan and get rid of Taliban ,Al-Qaeda and other terror groups?Even if it doesn't attack ,America can at least support India or stay neutral.But most of the times America has always supported Pakistan from behind the doors .Will this situation change in near future?

  2. Rui Carreira profile image88
    Rui Carreiraposted 3 years ago

    Pakistan doesn't have enough Oil I guess - sorry for the joke xD

  3. profile image0
    Stargrrlposted 3 years ago

    Terrorists are everywhere, not just in Pakistan.  They have groups all over the world, and they would retaliate.  Just know that the government knows a lot of stuff that we don't.

    1. Shrikant6989 profile image63
      Shrikant6989posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Terrorists are every where but unlike other places the difference here is that America has been funding Pakistan for more than 50 years now and most of the money given is utilized against humanity.Atleast stop funding them

  4. tsadjatko profile image58
    tsadjatkoposted 3 years ago

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    They don't need to attack Pakistan, just end the 60 years of aid to Pakistan which has historically been among the top recipients of US aid - since 1948, the US has sent more than over $45 billion in direct aid to the country. Nearly half of this has been for military assistance.

    Stop the aid, make nice with India and demand Pakistan allow us to destroy the Taliban (with their help) immediately. If they won't, go into Pakistan and do the job ourselves and take out their nukes while we are at it. One less world problem to worry about.

    Oh and maybe rescue the Pakistani Doctor who is in prison in Pakistan for giving us Bin Laden on a silver platter.

    Problem is, who in the military wants to give their lives or the lives of their men for this administration's foreign policies?

    1. Shrikant6989 profile image63
      Shrikant6989posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      I agree with you.Even if America stops aiding Pakistan, we will see considerable change in Pakistan's foreign policies.With current situation the Pakistan establishment is doing no good to its citizens as well as for the rest of the world.

 
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