US and Britain send Bhutto to save Pakistan’s ailing dictator
London, UK, October 18, 2007 – The return of former Pakistani PM Benazir Bhutto to Pakistan has been orchestrated by Western governments in order to salvage Pakistan’s ailing dictator, General Musharraf, who has been a loyal servant in the ‘war on terror’.
Commenting on Bhutto’s return, Dr Imran Waheed, media representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain, said, "While Bhutto today claimed that ‘this is the beginning of a journey for a better future for all the people of Pakistan’, it is evident that her return to Pakistan has been orchestrated by the US and Britain to save Musharraf. They have arranged the unholy political marriage between the woman who presided over the most corrupt regime in Pakistan’s history and the man who has the greatest record of betrayal in its history."
"The motive behind the return of Bhutto, under the cover of restoring a semblance of a democratic process, is to aid Musharraf in his campaign to stem the tide of Islam and its growing influence within Pakistan."
"Pakistan needs real change that will never be delivered by politicians and generals who outsource their politics to Washington and London. It is not sufficient to change from military leaders to political leaders without changing the underlying political system that has brought Pakistan to its knees. It is only the Caliphate that can take power away from the feudal landowners and the rich industrialists, implement a real rule of law, produce economic prosperity for the many and not the few and ensure political decisions on the future of Pakistan are made in Islamabad not London or Washington."