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All right JD armory back into the conversation here you know -- very interesting what he was talking about in terms of -- -- now trying to perhaps take some.
Credit saying that they actually knew what was going on behind the scenes in it with intelligence.
And that bin Laden may have been in their own backyard.
But certainly if all on one hand they're now trying to take credit for it does complicate the relationship does it not.
Absolutely you know we've struggle with Pakistan and Afghanistan for quite some time because that they're not really trustworthy partners.
-- issue with some.
You know we've -- we have had some success with Pakistan remember they helped catch Khalid Sheikh Mohamed.
And they -- a number of other.
Al-Qaeda and Taliban remnants is a fled from Afghanistan after not after we attacked them.
Starting end October 7.
You just about a month after nine elevenths and a lot of those detainees ended up at Guantanamo.
As so Paxson was helpful there but by the same token at Pakistan's ISI helped found all these militant groups like clocks very -- -- The group that conducted that that awful lot -- of terror in India a few years ago.
And basically Pakistan's strategy has been to create these these is Islamic militant groups.
-- really as a counterweight to anybody that would go in Afghanistan.
Remember -- help them fight this the Russians then they help them fight done.
Against the northern alliance so really we we have a very difficult time in in dealing with Pakistan because they're not trustworthy but by the same token they have nuclear weapons.
And so we have to stay engaged in a ball with them to just to make sure we have some stability there and South Asia.
But didn't suffer none of the politics of all this you know I love how we can go the administration had declared that the war on terror.
Is now over.
What do you make of that comment given the fact that we have so many hot spots around the globe and that there are a number of terrorists -- still remain on the loose.
Yeah I think that White House went back and clarified that that that it was that they're they're still having enough fights against saw Kyle war against -- -- at war against radical Islam.
But I know there's a lot to to still go we have thousands of members of al-Qaeda apparently still in the in Yemen and the Arabian Peninsula.
Got a hundred or so and Pakistan there's still a lot of work to do.
There's still a lot of plots that we continued on cover.
We had the underwear bomber that Abdul -- to -- -- -- jury got it almost -- -- an airliner over Detroit.
We had the other partial shipments.
That we're going to explode over the Atlantic.
In 2010 so I think we're still seeing these plots come out of Yemen continuously.
And we needed to keep up the pressure it's unfortunate that we basically through present solid under the bus.
Because he had been helping justify al-Qaeda.
As an -- well what we're we're seeing is the rise of this islamists in the Yemeni government that's gonna make it even harder for us to fight al-Qaeda members as recently a kind of took over a whole town.
-- -- -- In Yemen.
And so I think that they're the Obama administration didn't play it right with Yemen I think we should've stopped by -- -- -- and have them do reforms instead of just throwing an outlet.
Thrown out the baby with the bath water so to speak.
Okay well I know.
Without a lot lots going on this hour because it's certainly a day that were all reflecting on so many aspects of the ongoing.
The growth you know fight against terrorists today I didn't have to mark the anniversary of the -- death in the fact that the president is.
In Afghanistan will be addressed in the country at 7:30 PM eastern time from -- air force base in Afghanistan JD thank you so much in -- you'll be watching.
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