Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Opening shot of a war with soon-to-be nuclear-armed terrorists?

WASHINGTON – U.S. officials launched a broad legal offensive against Pakistan's Taliban on Wednesday, placing the group on its international terrorism blacklist and charging its leader with planning last year's suicide bombing in Afghanistan that killed seven CIA employees.

Note that this comes on the heels of the flood disaster, which might be leveraged into a disintegration of Pakistan, thus providing a way to "explain" how Pakistan's nukes could have fallen into the hands of this newly-declared terrorist group, and an American or American-allied city could have gotten nuked.