Pakistan threatens India with a nuclear bomb


India has evacuated more than 10,000 villagers living near the border with Pakistan, amid concerns that there could be a military escalation.

  • ontario john

    CBC News today has a major story on the terrorist selfie with Trudeau. It appears Trudeau’s selfie buddy is on a no fly list, had his pass port confiscated, was at a gun range, has other terrorist buddies in Quebec, and was directly involved with the kidnapping of journalists over seas. Why are groups of terrorists wandering the streets of Canada? I guess they do make great selfies for little Justin.

    • Alain

      I am shocked, yes indeed totally shocked, that you found this on the CBC of all places.

      • ontario john

        I guess they are upset that their bribe money is late.

      • andycanuck

        Bing’s homepage is showing a link to the MSM reports too that surprised me very much given the lib-left bent usual for their news links.

    • canminuteman

      With any luck, they’ll kill him.

  • Dana Garcia

    This is not the first time Pakistan and India have been on the nuclear brink.

    • The Butterfly

      In what sense would this be a bad thing?

      • Clausewitz

        Nothing comes to mind, but it might affect wait times for tech support.

      • Dana Garcia

        Millions of demanding “refugees” headed west are one likely outcome. It doesn’t take much, as we have seen.

  • k2

    Ah yes, Pakistan, armpit of the world.

  • ntt1

    I see these people have apparently outlawed tuba and euphonium practice yet nukes are still ok. strange priorities

  • Exile1981

    The pakistani bomb is slow in delivery as they are finding it hard to find 50 men willing to be martyrs who will carry it into india. The difficulty isn’t in find 50 men willing to die for their cult it’s in finding ones smart enough to push the bug red button once at there destination, without pushing it early and able to read a map.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Has the New York Times blamed Israel yet?