Osama Bin Laden, the architect of the 9-11 terrorist attacks, was killed by special U.S. military forces in Abbottabad, Pakistan. He was found to be living in a major urban area amongst some of Pakistan’s wealthiest homes inside a gigantic fortified mansion protected by walls and barbed wire. As good as this news is and as worthy of celebration, it can only mean one realistic thing: Pakistan is host and ally to al Qaeda.
You can’t build a major fortified compound and live inside it with a small army unless you are getting enormous support. If I were the president of Pakistan right now I would get out as fast as I could because the country is controlled by a military/intelligence structure that is an active and dangerous ally of al Qaeda. This should be the most obvious conclusion drawn from today’s events.