Media myth number five, despot Musharraf had acknowledged Mrs. Bhutto and was eager to work with her in a coalition style government. Literally nothing could be further from reality. Mrs. Bhutto’s arrival was organized by the US State division and Mushariff was compelled to acknowledge it. Similarly as Musharraf was compelled to get serious about the tribal zones and constrained to remove his uniform. The man is a tyrant, he doesn’t do anything that he wouldn’t like to manage without being constrained to do as such. What’s more, eleven billion US dollars is sufficiently compelling.
Presently add to that blend a recent US upheld conceivable substitution. A prevalent populist harkening back to genuine equitable days. So what then is a tyrant to do? Tyrants by their extremely nature react ineffectively to rivalry particularly rivalry foisted on them by outcasts.
So what might be the sensible answer for a firearm toting general who came to control with projectiles when stood up to by a solitary populist pioneer foisted upon him by an outside power trying to control him.
To the American media myth makers Musharraf is a fairly chosen President of Pakistan. Their confidence in his Presidency is unshakeable however inside the halls of American power the blowback is as evident to the organization as it is humiliating. An American supported despot has killed an American sponsored political opponent and they will have a hard time believing Musharraf’s cases of purity any more than I do.