In the Name of Allah, the Most
Beneficent, the Most Merciful.
According to media reports,
American Special Envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan,
Richard Holbrook, fell ill in the 7th storey of the
American Department of State during a meeting about
the mission and situation of Afghanistan. His heart
suddenly stopped normal blood pumping and was taken to
a hospital. Later sources said that there was great
pressure on his heart, causing a tearing of aorta.
Holbrook was a veteran high-ranking American official
of the State Department and a key diplomat. He was the
only diplomat who held two slots at the same time as
senior advisor for two important regions of the world:
Asia and Europe from 1977-1996.
A French news agency reports,
Holbrook gained reputation as an American diplomat
when, in 1995, the Dayton Accords were signed thanks
to his good offices, ending the Bosnian war. However,
all these talents, reputation and experiences
notwithstanding, Holbrook failed to play any
spectacular role in the solution of the current crisis
in Afghanistan and Pakistan -- a crisis which is
handiwork of America-- in the past two years in a way
that could benefit America and add to his reputation.
Evidently, his plan and policy was jeopardizing for
the regional people and countries and shameful and
perilous for America. Holbrook's goal was to persuade
people of Afghanistan and Pakistan to take the
American war to the point that people would believe it
was a legitimate war of America; array people against
each other in ethnic hostilities and keep people
occupied and engaged in deceptive peace slogans.
However, time and again, this policy has stumbled on
frustration and is despicable as a demeanor.
The believing people of Afghanistan and Pakistan,
undoubtedly, understand that Americans are aspiring to
keep a long-term occupation of the region and want to
tip people of these two countries against each other.
Therefore, not only the people have put up resistance
to the nefarious mission of Hoolbrook and forge ahead
with their resistance but simultaneously, voice their
aspiration that, may the Americans kneel down here on
this soil and face historical rout.
It was because of this unanimous
spirit of the Muslim people of Afghanistan and
Pakistan to crush America, that it had become a cause
of frustration and depression for Holbrook. All his
schemes and plots had gone awry, bringing under
question his reputation that he had won at Balkans.
At last, Holbrook succumbed to the psychological
pressure, leading to a tearing of aorta, a principal
artery. His heart stopped to function normally and he
fainted at a meeting held at the State Department of
America about the mission in Afghanistan and the
region. Presumably, he followed in footsteps of a
veteran American general, general Petraeus, who a few
months ago, passed out during a senate hearing,
slumping over the table.
In view of the untoward cases of General Petraeus'
fainting and Holbrook's heart attack, we advise all
American rulers, generals and diplomats who are
engaged in the Afghan issue to abandon continuation of
hostile and colonialist policy about Afghanistan and
better to resign from your positions. Afghanistan is
not a land and a country where you could attain
implementation of your deceptive and devilish schemes;
nor it is practicable that the indigenous people of
the region would ever ignore the current occupation
and existence of 150,000 troops on their soil. They
are not going to be swayed either by the policy and
bragging of General Petraeuous, Holbrook or other
American war-mongering officials.
The American high-ups should ponder what is the
benefit of a task which ultimately will lead to shame,
depressions, heart attacks and, still more, to
consequences being worst than that.