Rusty Walker Archive

Why has the geopolitical analyst Rusty Walker been silent on the massacre in Pakistan of 135 innocent children?: Fact: December 16, 2014, seven Taliban (TTP), murdered 132 innocent schoolchildren (ages 8 -18), shooting faculty in front of them at the Army Public School in Peshawar. The REASON for my silence follows: No more patience for inaction &
Time Magazine: Sryian and Pakistan Army beheadings by Wahhabi and Deobandi terrorists: This barbaric act, where Saudi-backed Salafists terrorists are decapitating a Syrian soldier, must be condemned in the strongest possible terms. If we compare both pictures, it is obvious who is doing the killing in Pakistan and Syria. Pakistanis
Sayyeda Zainab’s tomb attacked by Syria rebels, Al Qaeda and Pakistani Taliban – by Rusty Walker: The attack on Sayyeda Zainab’s (A.S.) mausoleum, in the Syrian capital, Damascus, is an instance of the Takfiri Deobandis from Pakistan partnering with Wahhabis and Salafis to form the Global Al- Qaeda that is unwittingly backed by NATO and
Woolwich Beheading: Educating the West about the Wahhabi brand of terror – by Rusty Walker: Photo: Proof of Salafist connections to terrorists are often missed, as the press use generic terms like, “Jihadist.” The Wahhabi connection is more evident in this photo of Anjem Choudary, British-based Wahhabi-Deobandi hate preacher, pictured with the Woolwich terrorist
What the PPP failed to do, and what we should expect from the PMLN – by Rusty Walker: The PML-N has won. We can no longer blame the PPP for what they did not do, when they had the chance. Political parties ran on what the PPP was unable to do. Let us celebrate then, what the Pakistani
On U.S. approach to Syria: Enemies of your enemies are not necessarily your friends – by Rusty Walker:  A video shows the Syrian rebel Abu Sakkar, taking a bite from the heart of a dead soldier. This act is a violation of the laws of international war and has been widely condemned. The main Syrian opposition coalition
Pakistan elections 2013: A U.S. citizen’s perspective – by Rusty Walker: Justifications for voting for the cult of personality, Imran Khan of pro-Taliban Islamist party PTI, seem to center on voting against the secular-liberal PPP that allegedly failed in areas of education, minority oppression and could not stop the Shia
Stop the Wahhabi Deobandi hate to prevent Boston type attacks – by Rusty Walker: In the U.S we have become insulated against uncomfortable truths in the effort to be politically correct. We want so badly to not appear Islamophobic, that the Islamofascist have free reign in this country.  The Chechens involved in the
A Pakistani paradigm shift may be in order: A step forward in an election year – by Rusty Walker:                     Your true liberty, you, as a person living in a nation of a diversified people, can only be assured personal freedoms through a massive election turn-out, bent on a
Marvi Sirmed, a traitor to liberal causes in Pakistan – by Rusty Walker: A year ago, I read a thought provoking interview of leading Pakistani political commentator and civilian-military analyst Dr. Ayesha Siddiqa in which she explains the increasing influence of Pakistani establishment on right-wing and (fake) liberal voices in the media.
An Open Letter to the World Press: How mainstream media obfuscates Jihadist violence in Pakistan – by Rusty Walker: An Open Letter to the World Press Dear Sir and Madam of the Press Corps: I am writing this letter by way of introduction to tell you about Let Us Build Pakistan (LUBP). LUBP is operated and managed by
A U.S. citizen’s view on a pro-Taliban cleric’s litigation against a liberal Pakistani blog #LUBP – by Rusty Walker: The head of the Pakistan Ulema Council (PUC, a union of pro-Taliban Deobandi clerics), Tahir Ashrafi, apparently is intent on initiating a Jihad against LUBP blog (Let Us Build Pakistan, For telling the truth? Well, the truth hurts
My Remembrances of Martin Luther King Era in the United States – by Rusty Walker: I wish to commemorate Martin Luther King Day by some background that relates to all nations and their oppressed minorities, and then relating a few personal stories. Martin Luther King (MLK) was supported by a wide spectrum of Americans:
Silence Encourages Shia Genocide in Pakistan – by Rusty Walker: “When the soul lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about.” ― Rumi Once again in Quetta, having killed 81 people, a massacre by ASWJ-LeJ operatives that mudered media, police and rescue workers as double
Lack of state-protection enabled Benazir Bhutto’s murder, same is enabling Shia genocide – by Rusty Walker: Part 2 Part 1 of this article can be read here: How would Benazir Bhutto view Shia genocide today? – by Rusty Walker Where were the promised security forces for protection of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed upon her triumphant
War and Peace: Post-Election Thoughts on American Veteran’s Day – by Rusty Walker: My father in U.S. Army, during WWII, Pacific War, served under General MacArthur, deployed from Brisbane, Australia, to New Guinea and onto the Philippines; this photo is from the  New Guinea Campaign, was by 1944, referred to as a
Pakistan’s fake liberals and their campaign against Professor Hoodbhoy – by Rusty Walker: When commentary by supposedly progressive liberals representing Pakistan continue to mislead the public, as they present themselves as liberal voices of truth, they deserve to be challenged. While I don’t usually focus analysis specifically around Pakistani establishment press, the recent
Killings and misconduct by U.S. soldiers: An American citizen’s introspection – by Rusty Walker: The common theme for a decade has been, “Why do they hate us?” Aside from one invasion (Iraq)  and another UN-sanctioned but badly botched NATO sanctioned operation (Afghanistan), U.S. alignment with the oppressive Saudi regime, erroneous funding of enemies through mismanaged USAID,
Pakistan army re-exports Shia genocide to Afghanistan – by Rusty Walker: It is Ashura  Day, remembering last year, today my heart is suspended, I am breathless, and with the Shiites today, as I pray that they and their children are safe from heartless terrorists. There will be Shia processions today
Mind your own back, Mr. Karzai – by Rusty Walker: For the record, why would the U.S., EVER be “stunned” as the news report stated, that Hamid Kazai would “not back the US in a confrontation with Pakistan” – mind you, a confrontation that is not in the least
The Significance of the Anwar al-Awlaki Killing – by Rusty Walker: The recent Predator strike against American-born cleric, Anwar al-Awlaki has more significance than many in the press have given it. Even accounts on al-Jazeera quickly dismiss any change in al Qaeda threat. Fair enough, we should all still be
Pakistan’s future: Of misleading reports and false prophets (Part II) – by Rusty Walker: My illustration is merely a depiction of the absurdity of the Pakistan military inserting itself into Afghan affairs at this crucial point of NATO draw-down of forces. I mean no disrespect to General Ashfaq Kayani. In fact, our own
Of False Prophets and their recipe for Disaster (Part I) – by Rusty Walker:    Even a basic understanding of the Jinnah Institute (JI) report and the related testimony to Congress by Moeed Yusuf of the U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP) should make certain things very obvious to Pakistanis, Americans and the global
Why I wrote about Pakistan and why anti-American sentiment sabotages anything good that could come of it – By Rusty Walker: My Pakistani friends I write to you in hopes of shedding light on the need for more understanding between the US and Paksitan relations. Building bridges between the US and Pakistan would be hazardous work for civil engineers; imagine
Pakistan and the Search for Identity (Part 2) – by Rusty Walker:   PART TWO Neither blindness nor ignorance corrupts people and governments. They soon realize where the path they have taken is leading them. But, there is an impulse within them, favored by their natures and reinforced by their habits
Pakistan and the Search for Identity (Part 1) – by Rusty Walker: About the author: Rusty Walker is an Independent Political Analyst, educator, author, Vietnam veteran-era U.S. Air Force, from a military family, retired college professor, former Provost (Collins College, U.S.A.), artist, musician and family man. Rusty Walker is an ardent
The Lone Murderer in Oslo Represents No Emerging Christian Extremist Group – by Rusty Walker: About the author: Rusty Walker is an Independent Political Analyst, educator, author, Vietnam veteran-era U.S. Air Force, from a military family, retired college professor, former Provost (Collins College, U.S.A.), artist, musician and family man. Rusty Walker is an ardent
Is it a time for soul-searching in Pakistan? – by Rusty Walker:   Related post: To the honourable generals of Pakistan army – by Rashid Aurakzai After Friday’s suicide bombing in Charsadda by the Pakistan’s Taliban, the first major attack to avenge Osama bin Laden’s death, Pakistanis should be alerted to