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The Pakistan Papers

The Pakistan Papers

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Published by Sani Panhwar
THE PAKISTAN PAPERS

By: Prime Minister Z. A. Bhutto
Smuggled From Prison
Supplement January, 1979
Executive Intelligence Review
Reproduced By:
Sani Hussain Panhwar
Member Sindh Council, PPP
THE PAKISTAN PAPERS

By: Prime Minister Z. A. Bhutto
Smuggled From Prison
Supplement January, 1979
Executive Intelligence Review
Reproduced By:
Sani Hussain Panhwar
Member Sindh Council, PPP

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The Pakistan Papers; Copyright ©www.bhutto.org 2
 THE PAKISTAN PAPERS
By: Prime Minister Z. A. Bhutto
Smuggled From PrisonSupplement January, 1979Executive Intelligence Review
Reproduced By: 
Sani Hussain Panhwar 
Member Sindh Council, PPP 
 
The Pakistan Papers; Copyright ©www.bhutto.org 3
FOREWORD
By Daniel Sneider, Asia Editor, Executive Intelligence Review
The Executive Intelligence Review presents here for the general public a historicdocument, a document of living history that is required reading for every head ofstate, for every American political leader, for every student of politics, and finallyfor all people concerned with the progress of humanity. The document here, andan excellent introduction contributed by a noted Pakistani scholar (who mustremain anonymous), tell the story of a man, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, the PrimeMinister of Pakistan, the story of a nation, the developing and strategicallyimportant South Asian country of Pakistan, and reveals the global events whichhave converged on both the man and the nation.Mr. Bhutto, a leader of world renown, no longer sits in the Prime Minister’soffice but in a jail cell awaiting a court decision that could send him to his death.Overthrown by a military
coup d’état
on July 4, 1977, Bhutto’s enemies now are inpower and are determined to eliminate him by any means available. Bhutto, inthe document presented here and smuggled from his jail and out of the country,tells the real story of the events that brought him to this situation.The EIR, in the face of a deliberate effort within and outside Pakistan to suppressthis document, is privileged to bring the truth to the light of day. To our directknowledge other media have been in possession of this document well before theEIR yet, with the exception of a few slanderous references to it alleging thatBhutto was trying to get ‘the bomb’ for Pakistan, none have revealed its startlingcontents. Instead a massive blackout has taken place, a blackout that includesany information about what is actually happening in Pakistan, about theimmediate danger to Bhutto’s life.The suppression of the document is not surprising. Any honest reading of itreveals that Bhutto is the victim of a vast and powerful international conspiracy.That conspiracy stretches from Dr. Henry Kissinger in Washington, to the‘Zionist Lobby’ of New York and London, to the financial interests of Anglo-American imperialism, and back into Pakistan itself. One may rightly ask: Whywere such powerful interests after Bhutto?The answer can be found in detail in the documents here but a few words are inorder first. Bhutto’s overthrow is part of a clear pattern of destabilization of theentire region stretching from Iran in the west to Bangladesh in the east. Theassassination of Bangladesh President Sheik Mujubar Rahman in the summer of

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