ergo, since this is happening in Pakistan, we Americans ARE ENGAGED IN A WAR OF TERROR at the behest of the Jewish War Lobby running America's Congress, presidency, government, press/media, and financial institutions...
(note: the "EXPERTS" currently running the "war on terror" in Afghanistan, are, by and large, the SAME "experts" who GAVE AL QAIDA a FREE PASS to OPERATE IN America, after the Al Qaida suicide bomb attack on the USS Cole in a Yemen harbor in October of 2000. For 11 long months after the Cole attack, the Neo-Con "national security 'experts'" did NOTHING to root out the Al Qaida cells which were KNOWN - by the CIA, FBI, NSA, DIA, and other US intel & law enforcement agencies - to be operating in America.
The TREASONOUS Bush-Cheney Neo-Cons, ALLOWED Al Qaida to operate, because they were HOPING for the 9-11 attacks, which would justify their plans to use the US military in wholesale wars in the Mideast and Central Asia. And Americans, whipped to a GWOT blood-lust by the hate-mongering Neo-Cons, are too clueless and distracted to ask, "HOW could Osama bin Laden have been operating, right there in Pakistan, for nearly 7 years of the Bush presidency, and 2 1/2 years into the Obama presidency, apparently right under the noses of America's intel, military, & "national security" "experts"?
Today, the Neo-Cons have de facto ASSASSINATION POWERS over ANYONE, ANYWHERE in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, and other countries... using deeply ingrained themes of Anglo/American/Judeo supremacy, they have engineered American hegemonic RULE BY ASSASSINATION.
US drone attacks [ASSASSINATIONS] Must Stop - Pakistan
PAKISTAN'S parliament has demanded an end to US drone strikes on its territory and called for an independent probe into the raid by US troops that killed Osama bin Laden to ensure there is no repeat.
The strongly worded message came after a joint sitting of parliament lasting more than 10 hours, during which MPs debated the "situation arising from unilateral US action in Abbottabad'' which targeted bin Laden.
Pakistan's intelligence chief Ahmad Shuja Pasha, chief of military operations and deputy chief of air staff, briefed the MPs in Islamabad.
Describing the continued drone strikes as "unacceptable'', parliament said in a resolution: "Such drone attacks must be stopped forthwith, failing which the government will be constrained to consider taking (the) necessary steps, including withdrawal of (the) transit facility allowed to NATO.''