Yes I agree but these guys are being forced out now. You would think they would go out yelling unless someone is giving them something to make them want to keep quiet.
That's what I am trying to figure out. The China theory makes sense but I think there is more...
Who do you think "these guys" are?
Well, let's start with the president of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari:
Asif Ali Zardari (Urdu: آصف علی زرداری; Sindhi: آصف علي زرداري; born 26 July 1955) is the 11th and current President of Pakistan and the Co-Chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP). Zardari is the widower of Benazir Bhutto, who twice served as Prime Minister of Pakistan. When his wife was assassinated in December 2007, he became the leader of the PPP. He successfully led the PPP through general elections in 2008 and led a coalition that forced Pervez Musharraf's resignation.
His political career has been mired by corruption allegations, for which he was in prison from 1990–1993 and 1996-2004. He became widely known as "Mr. 10 Percent" during the premiership of Benazir Bhutto because of his alleged role in obtaining kickbacks as an intermediary in government deals. As President, his attempt to prevent the reinstatement of judges failed after massive protests led by Nawaz Sharif, his chief political rival. He suffered further political embarrassment for flirting with Sarah Palin and for going to Europe a few days after the 2010 Pakistan floods.
A globalist crook, who lived abroad - escaping prosecution for years, and enjoying the wealth he stole from the Pakistani people.
He remained married to Benazir Bhutto, although they did not live together. Theirs was a marriage in name only.
However, when she was murdered, the grieving widower made a tremendous display of grief - appearing on Pak tv with her picture ALWAYS somehow positioned behind himself to 'prove' his undying love... a PR game... and in that time after her murder, his handlers built him a narrative as the future president (in her stead), and engineered his move into power.
How much money do you suppose he's been raking in since he took power? He moves it all out of Pakistan, and stashes it away for the day he can eventually leave the country and live in luxury somewhere else.
In 2005, a Pakistani daily reported he is the second richest man in Pakistan with an estimated net worth of US$1.8 billion. He amassed great wealth while his wife was Prime Minister. He was reported to have estates in Surrey, West End of London, Paris, Manhattan, and Dubai. In Britain, he used a common legal device — the purchase of property through nominees— with no family link to the Bhuttos. His Lahore home is referred to as Bilawal House II. His residence in Islamabad is called Zardari House.
He bought a 355-acre 20-bedroom luxury estate in Rockwood, Surrey in 1995 through a chain of firms, trusts, and offshore companies. He initially denied for eight years that he owned the property and no-one paid the bills for his work on the unoccupied mansion. Creditors forced a liquidation sale and the Pakistani government claimed proceeds because the home was bought with money through corruption. However, he stepped in to claim that he actually was the beneficial owner. As of November 2008, the proceeds were in a liquidator bank account while a civil case continues.
It includes two farms, lodgings, staff accommodation, and a basement under the imitation of a local pub. The front entrance to the house is covered in ivy and holly. There is a large parking area in front. The master bedroom ceiling is created to achieve an evening sky with stars in it.
He had sent large shipments from Karachi in the 1990s for the refurbishment of Surrey Place. He earlier had plans for a helipad, nine-hole golf course, and a polo pony paddock to be installed on the property.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asif_Ali_Zardari
He is only in Pakistan when he has to be - otherwise he's in Europe or Asia. He's the ultimate dilettante; and has been (as expected) a disaster for Pakistan.
So who is going to "go out yelling"? Certainly not Zardari, the useful tool for now, who can't wait to 'go out'. This is someone who does not care about Pakistan or the Pakistani people. He cares only for himself and money. He's there to help move Pakistan into full globalist control; he represents the international banksters and is in power to serve their needs, until he can walk away with his pockets full of gold.
The only people yelling out are the bloggers, Pakistani ex-pats who are screaming... is anyone listening?
I wanted to provide the link to Pakalert Press - a blog by someone 'yelling out'.
Here's what I found...
"pakalert.wordpress.com is no longer available.
This blog has been archived or suspended for a violation of our Terms of Service.
For questions or concerns, contact WordPress.com Support."
Here's one that's still up and running: http://theterrorland.blogspot.com/2010/12/who-killed-benazir-bhuttozardari-or.html