Talking about the roughly $20 billion in aid that the US has provided to Pakistan over the years, Davidson says that most of the aid was actually military aid, “and a high percentage of that military aid is spent in the
United States.” No one, he argued, should be lead into thinking that the Pakistani people actually benefited from any of that aid.The Pakistanis are not willing to push it as far as the Americans want to,” he continued. “Actually, the Pakistanis are feeling that the real problem is on the Indian border and not on the Afghan border. They want the aid, they don’t want the repercussions doing what the Americans want them to do, and they try to walk the middle line.
Whatever the US State Department tells Pakistan, it is really all about tracks and tankers, because “the war in Afghanistan will stop tomorrow if the US does not have access to transportation routes in Pakistan,” declared Pepe Escobar, a correspondent for the Asia Times.“There is a convoy of 200 or even 400 trucks going out of Karachi to Afghanistan daily,” the journalist stated, explaining that an alternative route from Latvia to Afghanistan via Central Asia is 3,000-plus kilometers and does not allow military transportation – as agreed with Russia.Pakistan was a great country with lot of enemies.Nizami added,“In 1998, we had a single enemy but now we are under confusion and do not know who is our real enemy.”condemned the drone attacks and the US terror activities inside Pakistani borders.