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Why Pakistanis are terrified Trump will bring back drone strikes
Much of the damage was done under President Obama, but President Trump’s record has the potential to be even worse
Articles: 2 (Rank: 49)
Tonality: -6.5
Top entities
Comments: 598
Tonality: -3.520067
  • Theresa May must not be drawn into Trump’s threat to unleash US drone terror on Pakistan, writes the Labour MP Clive Lewis I know what it’s like to feel the fear of battle.
  • Much of the damage was done under President Obama, but President Trump’s record has the potential to be even worse The return of US drone strikes in Pakistan would be a disaster.
  • In doing this he is gambling with the lives of innocent people as diplomatic bargaining chips to punish the Pakistan government.
  • Heck, a poll a few years after found 65% of people in Pakistan supporting Bin Laden.
  • No one thinks there isn’t a problem; those of us who have looked at the evidence simply know drones aren’t the solution.
  • In Pakistan in 2015, around 85% of fatalities during drone strikes were terrorists involved in the terrorist command network.
  • Obama killed more people with drones than any president before or since.
  • Drone strikes, doing bad things to bad people.
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This time Britain must resist colluding in US drone terror

Theresa May must not be drawn into Trump’s threat to unleash US drone terror on Pakistan, writes the Labour MP Clive Lewis

Text length: 4282
Tonality: -16
Top entities
Comments: 421
Tonality: -5

Published: 30. 8. 2017 15:41:09

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 46

  • The locals carried Kalashnikovs to protect themselves from Terrorists.
  • For me, we should actively encourage drone strikes.
  • How much greater would that 30,000 figure be had the terrorist leaders not been continually hunted by drone and their network subject to disruption and the regular loss of commanders?
  • In Pakistan in 2015, around 85% of fatalities during drone strikes were terrorists involved in the terrorist command network.
  • The terrorists created by drones are a tiny fraction of the potential total.
Why Pakistanis are terrified Trump will bring back drone strikes

Much of the damage was done under President Obama, but President Trump’s record has the potential to be even worse

Text length: 4304
Tonality: 3
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Comments: 177
Tonality: 0

Published: 30. 8. 2017 22:52:25

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 23

  • Afghanistan's problems will never be met while Pakistan is openly (or secretly for that matter) supporting the Taliban.
  • Perhaps if Inter Services Intelligence rounded up terrorists rather than coluding with them drone strikes would not be needed.
  • Taliban leaders, Haqqani Network and Kashmiri terrorists, Osama and his vassals all have lived safely in Pakistan, well protected by Pakistan's military.
  • No one thinks there isn’t a problem; those of us who have looked at the evidence simply know drones aren’t the solution.
  • Pakistani policies in combating and eliminating international terrorists incubating on their soil are almost non-existent.