Friday, July 30, 2010

According to the Financial Times, Cameron needs more subtlety on subcontinent.

FT says Pakistan may now "withdraw  its ambassador from London, cancel President Asif Ali Zardari‚Äôs forthcoming visit to the UK and end intelligence-sharing".

But Pakistan is only a corrupt failed state anyway and it seems despite Cameron's comments, Zardari will visit UK.

IMO: Obviously Zardari may wish to ensure that such properties as his 355 acre Rockwood Estate, Surrey and even 26 Palace Mansions, Hammersmith Road, London W14 (1999), and all his other properties apparently obtained by corrupt theft of US Government funds are still OK. Though he might not have bothered because of all his other criminal purchases with US money like allegedly a tower in Ajman, UAE, worth $87 million at least. A pity good old Douglas Cameron does not confiscate all Zardari's illegal property in the UK as we could do with the money. I doubt if Zardari even pays council tax. Maybe we need less subtlety, not more. And maybe some US Senators need investigating too.

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