Hussain Haqqni VS Mansoor Ijaz



  • Hussain Haqqni Memorandum was not be dubious or fake because the language has been used only in bureaucracy and aristocracy types of people some of our TV anchor try to divert to this ISI & ARMY chiefs but we should indoctrinate that the wording of the memo wouldn’t be used in slang language if our soldiers rebirth again they can’t be used these content & language.

    They also used words like STOOGES if we try implicating that word may be his gesticulation toward ARMY & ISI chiefs.

    Without the conciliate of Zardari H.Haqqni couldn’t be manage alone it & even though some our embassies act are very controversial .H.Haqqni is the tongue of the ZARDARI if he deprived for his seat then Zardari also be lost his seat too& he knew that very well.

    FULL TRANSCRIPT OF MESSAGES EXCHANGE BETWEEN H.HAQQNI & M.IJAZ

    LONDON: US businessman Mansoor Ijaz who broke all hell in the world media by releasing the evidence of his secret Memo to Admiral Mike Mullen said on Friday Mullen insisted on having the ambassador's offers put in writing because the US government had been repeatedly deceived by Pakistan's verbal offers of action in the recent past.

    "He also insisted that I obtain the ambassador's assurance that President Zardari had approved the offers contained in the memorandum. I did exactly those two things," he told The News.

    Speaking after Admiral Mullen confirmed the Memo, Mansoor said at 09:06:16 hours, "I spoke to Amb Haqqani at his London hotel (Park Lane Intercontinental Room 430) in a call lasting 11:16 minutes".

    "During this call, he confirmed that the final text of the Memorandum was okay and that he had "the boss' approval" that the memorandum could be sent to Admiral Mullen. The boss was an obvious reference to President Zardari," Mansoor insisted.

    He also revealed that at 08:45:43 on Tuesday, May 10, 2011, the final draft of the memorandum was sent to the ambassador's private e-mail address. "At 08:47, I sent him a BBM reminder to have a look, and that we needed to have a short call for him to verbally confirm everything was GO. The memorandum's contents had been drawn from calls with the ambassador and instructions given by him to me in drafting it. The content of the memo entirely originated from the ambassador (and perhaps those instructing him elsewhere). At 14:51:33 (about 9 am in Washington DC), I called my US interlocutor and informed him we were GO and that the memorandum could be delivered. At 1400 hrs on Tuesday, May 10, 2011, Admiral Mullen received the memorandum from my US interlocutor".

    The full transcript of his exchanges with HH are also now available to The News. These were: [Note: HH = Husain Haqqani, MI = Mansoor Ijaz, MM = Mike Mullen, JK = Jehangir Karamat, MD = Mahmud Durrani, AZ = Asif Zardari]

    05/09/2011 12:31 HH: Are you in London? I am here just for 36 hours. Can we meet for after dinner coffee or s'thing?

    05/09/2011 12:32 MI: I'm in Monaco but it's no problem for me to fly up. Takes 90 minutes. What time did you have in mind? Where do you want to meet?

    05/09/2011 12:35 HH: Pls call me. I'm at the Park Lane Intercon +442071060900 room 430

    05/09/2011 12:35 HH: Waiting for ur call now 05/09/2011 13:37 MI: Could access to the 3 stooges who widow the man be arranged as part of the bigger picture?

    05/09/2011 13:39 HH: I am sure that can be arranged upon formal demand

    05/09/2011 13:40 MI: That is critical to breaking apart the system outside - and understanding what was going on inside. Would we get candor and truth or some brainwashed jargon?

    05/09/2011 13:40 MI: The calls to Isphani's people have been made. Very very receptive reaction so far

    05/09/2011 13:44 HH: If my friend and I feel sufficiently empowered in relation to the bad boys, I will ensure we get candor

    05/09/2011 13:45 MI: Got it. Let me see if we can't get you a sledge hammer with a golden handle

    05/09/2011 13:47 HH: Would be nice

    05/09/2011 13:47 MI: I'm sending you a PIN message that others cannot see. Please respond. Thanks

    05/09/2011 13:48 HH: Okay. Thx

    05/09/2011 13:54 MI: Message by PIN sent

    05/09/2011 13:56 HH: Okay

    05/09/2011 14:22 MI: Message has been delivered to Isphani. Reception positive but I need you to agree to do something. Can I call you?

    05/09/2011 15:02 MI: Please PING when you can talk and on what number. Time sensitive

    05/09/2011 15:05 HH: Entering No 10. Can speak on cell after an hour

    05/09/2011 15:05 MI: Okay. I'll wait for your PING

    05/09/2011 16:09 HH: PING!!!

    05/09/2011 16:09 HH: PING!!!

    05/09/2011 16:09 HH: Pls call on cell now +16179532835

    05/09/2011 16:10 HH: PING!!!

    05/09/2011 16:19 MI: Sorry. Was stuck on call to DC. Pls ping again when ready

    05/09/2011 18:26 HH: PING!!!

    05/09/2011 18:27 MI: Tried you. Phone says unavailable

    05/09/2011 18:38 MI: The message I sent is what MM will see. It will be given directly to him and no one else.

    05/09/2011 18:59 MI: My friend in DC simply said too many people have been burned in the past two years on the US side and he wanted to insure that on such a sensitive subject, the data and proposal are clear. This is you to me, me to him. He trusts me enough to know I won't bring it forward unless it has top level approval. He does not need it with any email addresses etc. He will scrub that in any event. If you want names to be mentioned, yours, JK, MD, etc, I will do that in person. So get whatever message you want delivered back to me and I'll insure it gets in MM's hands. Best. M

    05/09/2011 19:02 MI: By the way, the interesting thing is that they consider AZ's approval of the message worth more than anyone else in country right now. How do you like that?

    05/09/2011 20:43 MI: I have additional information you need to hear. Ping when I can call you please

    05/09/2011 21:10 MI: Would it be safe to say that you don't want to run this up your flagpole because you need to work this deal from the middle out? Tell me if that's the case and I'll use a different approach that does not require something in writing. What would then be helpful is if I could simply have a BBM saying my talking points are correct, or not, and then you set your table, I'll set my table and make sure you are an honored guest at my table when the party begins. If you're good with that, I just need your okay on the talking points. No need to run it up the az-pole, if you get my drift. M

    05/10/2011 00:29 HH: Msg recvd. Tweaking. Middile of road option sounds good. Will call morning.

    05/10/2011 00:29 HH: PING!!!

    05/10/2011 00:37 MI: Will you be sending me your tweaks or am I to use my copy as final? If tweaks are short, I can call you to get them

    05/10/2011 08:47 MI: You have mail from two of my mailboxes. Please read, respond and then we have one last short discussion before I put everything in motion. Thanks. M

    05/10/2011 12:45 MI: I was just informed by senior US intel that GD-SII Mr P asked for, and received permission, from senior Arab leaders a few days ago to sack Z. For what its worth

    05/10/2011 13:08 HH: Thanks. Very useful 05/10/2011 13:09 HH: My friend and I agree with middle option. Go ahead

    05/10/2011 14:57 MI: Message delivered with caveat that he has to decide how hard to push - we only set the table. He must decide if he wants one course meal or seven course meal. Ball is in play now - make sure you have protected your flanks

    05/11/2011 12:33 MI: I've been asked to find out what time your meeting is today. Response so far indicates they are having a hard look, although they find it nearly impossible to believe anyone could deliver such results... to be expected, I suppose. Hope you got home okay. Did you see Mush while in London?

    05/11/2011 14:59 MI: PING!!!

    05/12/2011 00:36 HH: Call me on my cell

    05/12/2011 00:37 HH: Also, M in ur msgs above referred to the Admiral, right?

    05/12/2011 00:37 MI: Yes

    05/12/2011 00:54 MI: Clarification. M at the end of a message is Mansoor. M or MM in the text of a message is the admiral. Apologies for any confusion. BBM when free. I'll call you. Whether it is shattering news or not is up to you to decide

    05/12/2011 01:47 MI: I just received an email from my link to MM independently confirming what you told me by phone. He says MM was appreciative of our intervention and utilized the data to advise and consent

    05/12/2011 02:47 HH: Thanx. On way to Isloo. Will touch base on return

    05/12/2011 02:54 MI: Good luck. Let me know at any time if you need any help

    Details of chat between MI and HH after his Financial Times article was published until the first week of November, 2011:

    HH: you can keep saying you delivered a message and show bbm convos to prove it

    HH: Basically you don't get it

    HH: You have given hardliners in Pak Mil reason to argue there was an effort to get US to conspire against Pak Mil

    HH: You are a US citizen

    HH: You are supposed to look after US interests

    MI: I wrote one article. Have not said one word on the record since then to anyone. I think your press is working both sides against the middle, trying to force something out of anyone they can. Period. I don't play in that game

    HH: In Pak political situation, getting burned as a US stooge undermines one's effectiveness

    HH: I will make sure FO shuts up

    HH: Let this die down

    HH: We are in the right

    HH: We will still make things happen

    MI: Okay, well I know my IQ is pretty low so you are probably correct in saying I just don't get it.

    HH: The Pak press be damned

    HH: I stand by you as a man of integrity serving his country

    HH: You don't let ppl back home argue I play for your team, not ours

    MI: But from my point of view, if there was a real threat, as you stated at the time, it is clear you were trying to save a democratic structure from those hawks

    HH: You get to write the book on how you changed US-Pak dynamic and won the war in A'tan (w/ some help from a Paki nerd) :D

    MI: I was happy to get the message in the back door because it served American interests to preserve the democratic civilian setup and the offers made, if achieved, were very much congruent with American objectives in the region

    HH: True that, friend. But you know premature revelation ain't good

    MI: As far as I can see, we did right. Unless there is something I don't see here. But then I'm sorta dumb from down on the farm where them hillbillies live

    HH: Hey! Don't run down hillbillies

    HH: Even the smartest can miss a piece of the puzzle

    HH: You are assuming there are no powerful men in Pak willing to break w/ US. Premature revelation gives those ppl reason to claim 'conspiracy', 'treason'

    HH: That is all you missed. Period.

    HH: And no one else might tell you this, you're becoming irritable and losing your sense of humor as you grow old

    HH: Let this one go. There is much to do. MUCH. And then, there's the beach where I've been waiting to be invited, the slum boy visiting the millionaire

    MI: I'm not a millionaire. But I do know a nice piece of beach!

    HH: I'm not a slum boy either but I know how to make friends with smart people with a sense of history :P

    MI: Jesus, then what the -- are you doing hanging around with me? =D

    HH: We'll make things happen and if we can't, we'll write a book about it

    HH: Who said I was hanging around with you. A minute ago I thought you were about to hang me :D

    MI: :O

    MI: Really?

    HH: Look, Isloo is a mess. Journos gone wild. Politicos scared of mil. Mil scared of Yanks.

    MI: Tell me one important thing. Who likes you and who hates you in the US establishment? Who wants you to stay and who wants to -- you up?

    HH: The debate abt your oped has caused my detractors to put pressure on my boss

    HH: In US estab, I can count on Leon and Petraeus

    MI: I thought YOU were the boss!

    MI: Who is against you?

    HH: Folks at State don't like me

    MI: Why?

    MI: Too close to AZ?

    HH: They think I am too mixed up w/ DoD and others and do not help them cut deals w/ Pak mil

    HH: Close to AZ bit too

    HH: They are wrong re DoD and others.

    HH: It is just that becoz of A'tan, they are more imp than State

    MI: I always thought HRC was one of your fans. She even has a lady from our parts working with her

    HH: It is folks at State who got pissed off by your mission

    HH: She may be but I was Holbrooke's buddy so everyone who hates him hates me

    HH: I have no time for just pushing paper around

    HH: State likes process

    MI: Which mission? Sudan, Kashmir, there were so many they got pissed off about. I showed them how to do real American diplomacy and that was like a big pile of shit on their desk they couldn't swallow

    HH: Conferences, statements-with nothing changing

    HH: The latest one

    MI: Yeah, I got it. You're right!

    MI: Anyway, State will always hate me because I don't accept their muddling way of doing things

    HH: I don't know for a fact but I won't be surprised if the FO statement was prompted by someone here

    HH: Robin Raphel is back as Grossman's deputy

    HH: You stepped on her toes w/ Kashmir mission

    MI: That would be typical. But Grossman knows me and he knows how serious I am. Raphael still hates me for the Kashmir intervention where she did everything she could to fuck me up

    HH: And now they hate me more when folks back home who hate me tell them you and I might have been together on s'thing (whether we were or not is irrelevant to them)

    HH: Grossman is good but he doesn't like anyone playing a larger than life role. Old school

    HH: That's why I have been requesting you to let this one go

    MI: Yeah I know. Found that out when he was our lobbyist. But he's a good guy

    HH: That takes attention off me

    MI: Hmmmmmmmmm....... Not sure anything could take attention off you

    HH: I try and make peace with State and focus on battles at home

    HH: HaHa :D

    MI: Diplomacy at its finest!!!

    HH: Yeah, right! But at least I shd not be painted as playing for your team

    MI: Why not? You were a good quarterback for those three days!!

    HH: I want to solve -***ing problems not fight a rearguard action all the time

    HH: :x

    HH: Let us wait and see if Hillary's latest foray changes things in any direction

    MI: Did we really solve a true problem or was this all smoke and mirrors?

    MI: I mean on those days of stress...

    HH: View here is that everyone in Isloo sucks!

    MI: That's pretty much true!!!!

    HH: Too early to say re solution

    MI: But if they all suck, then what did we save - a sinking ship that was going to sink anyway???

    HH: And there is a genetic problem at that end, predisposed to going round and round in circles

    MI: Yup!! That's for damn sure

    HH: I think we save the situation from an extremely violent outcome

    MI: How can you solve the problems you understand so well from here if all the people in charge over there are wrong? It's only one year til we have a change in the US. Then you really won't like who we have here!

    HH: I mean, Iran might have done better if the Shah had been saved AND some true reform introduced

    HH: Actually, I think the new ppl here might be better to deal with

    HH: They won't take lies easily

    MI: Don't bet on it. We have a lot of extremists cropping up and seeping into the system

    MI: They don't trust anything Pakistani

    MI: Don't matter what it is

    HH: Well, in that case find me a cheap piece of beach :)

    MI: Cain, Romney (who hates Muslims), Perry - its all the same crap

    MI: Hmmmmm, yes, I can arrange that

    MI: Why is Z such an idiot?

    HH: But don't go off writing opeds abt arranging piece of beach w'out consulting first :P

    HH: HaHa! Tough question

    HH: I have a speech in 20 mins so let's keep that for later

    HH: Bye for now

    MI: Okay. Good luck.

    HH: Thank you!

    MI: Hi buddy, I understand you/ your foreign office hacks are commissioning hatchet pieces against me. Unfortunate.... very unfortunate

    HH: I will enquire and stop them. There's no need for any of this.

    HH: You haven't helped by engaging so much w/ Pak media.

    HH: What happened to the 'silent soldier'?

    MI: I issued a statement that was designed to put an end to all of this after Imran Khan's rally nonsense. But be that as it may, I'm not going to tolerate character assassination in any of this

    HH: I agree

    HH: Will do my best to prevent it

    MI: Roger that

    HH: Focus on your policy message instead of who did what and we can turn this around

    MI: Please remind your boss that his beloved wife, who later became a good friend of mine, tried the same bullshit tactics in 1996 when Maleeha was envoy - result: her government was dismissed in Nov 1996.

    MI: I'm not someone he can mess around with. He better get that message from me and really understand it

    HH: My response to Imran was very simple and true: I did not write a treasonous letter and if Imran has a copy, he should present it

    HH: I don't think your threatening helps

    MI: That's true from my point of view as well. But politicians are politicians

    MI: I don't make threats. I state facts. Your boss needs reminding of the facts

    HH: Are you sure your side won't deny?

    MI: No, maybe they will. But that would also be a mistake. Too much proof on that side as well.

    HH: But does "proving" help anything?

    HH: Is it not the nature of a private mission that officials deny it?

    MI: Don't know. Don't care. My point is simple - I've said what I was going to. Attacks on my person will not be tolerated. And my statement stands. Stop telling lies about me and I might just stip telling the truth about you

    HH: If you were to listen to my advice, you would let this blow over and prove yourself afterwards. You are the one who will outlast the flying shit :)

    HH: That is usually my strategy: be there when the others have self-destructed or blown over

    MI: I've kept to my word - if everyone wants to call it a fabrication and make me the fall guy, then gloves come off and it's not going to be fun or pretty for anyone

    MI: You did something you thought was right outside channels because you felt it would be the most effective way to get the job done. I helped you execute. I haven't thrown you under the bus. But be damn sure I won't let anyone do that to me

    HH: I'll do what I can to keep it pretty

    HH: I haven't. I won't.

    MI: By the way, I know a lot more than you give me credit for about the circumstances that led to May 1 and your role in all that. Just FYI

    HH: Honorable ppl stick with one another. Take care.

    MI: ;)

    HH: I am maintaining silence so pls check with me before reacting if some Pak journo attributes anything to me

    MI: It's interesting (and heartening) to see that many of the proposals made in the memo are now being implemented in the bilateral relationship. Very good