LAHORE - Islamic Republic of Pakistan was a peaceful country before the invasion of the USSR against Afghanistan in 1979. There was no discrimination and sectarianism among the general populace. No suicide bombing or insurgency in any part of the country was reported except some major acts of terrorism in Balochistan wherein our neighbouring hostile state India was found involved. The United States had sought support from Pakistans Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) to defeat Russia. The US achieved its goal but Pakistan had to suffer a Kalashnikov and heroin culture. Immense crime rate and criminal mindset was the outcome of the US war that it imposed on Pakistan, former Inspector General of Punjab Police Sardar Muhammad Chaudhry had said in his statement. But according to a beleaguered US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, the Americans left Pakistan in the doldrums and fled to the US. Perhaps to enjoy their victory achieved in the behest of ISI and Pakistan. After a short span of time, a crusader George W Bush in connivance with Jewish lobby staged a drama of attacking the World Trade Centre only to implicate those who once served the US. A war was waged on Afghanistan and Iraq in order to 'occupy their oil resources. Once again the ISI was requested to extend its cooperation and a former Army chief Gen Pervez Musharraf was forced to act as a frontline partner of the US against the elimination of extremists and militants - Haqqani Network and Lashkar-e-Taiba. Interestingly, history shows that Americans once had cosy relations with these two outfits. Nevertheless, Pakistan launched a massive military operation against the two networks. But the upshot of Pakistans support was that the ISI, its former chief Gen Hameed Gul and Islamabad are alleged to have been involved in carrying out homicide attacks against the Nato and US troops neglecting the sacrifices being rendered by the innocent people of Pakistan in the US-gifted suicide attacks with Indian connivance. Now such tactics are being used which are equally beneficial for both, New Delhi and Washington. Moreover, such shameful statements, concocted media reports and analysis are being pumped and aired in number of western newspapers, magazines and news channels, mocking Pakistani sacrifices in the US so-called war on terror in order to pressurise the Pakistan government. A month back the WikiLeaks made some 92,000 fictitious documents about the war in Afghanistan available to the Guardian, the New York Times and Der Spiegel, giving so-called professional journalists time to sort, vet and craft narratives from jargon-laden field reports compiled by US officials. The fabricated documents blame the ISI, Gen (r) Hameed Gul and COAS Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani of perpetrating attacks on US troops. According to a trove of secret military field reports, Pakistans military spy service has guided the Afghan insurgency with a hidden hand, even as Pakistan receives more than $1 billion a year from Washington for its help combating the militants. It was said that Pakistan allowed representatives of ISI to meet Taliban in secret strategy sessions to organise networks of militant groups that fought against American soldiers in Afghanistan. A couple of months back, the London School of Economics (LSE) authors had also suggested to the US that Support for the Afghan Taliban was official ISI policy. New York Times quoted: Links between the Taliban and Pakistans intelligence service have long been suspected, but the reports author - Harvard analyst Matt Waldman - says there is real evidence of extensive co-operation between the two. Now again the New York Times editorialised on July 26, Despite the billions of dollars the US has sent in aid to Pakistan since 9/11, they offer powerful new evidence that crucial elements of Islamabads power structure have been actively helping to direct and support the forces attacking the American-led military coalition. The paper further said Most of the WikiLeaks documents, which are the subject of in-depth coverage in The Times on Monday, cannot be verified. However, they confirm a picture of Pakistani double-dealing that has been building for years. Such ridiculous comments depict true picture of Americans and the agenda of foreign media when most of the WikiLeaks documents are not verified. The editorial added: The article painted a chilling picture of the activities of Lt Gen Hameed Gul, who ran the ISI from 1987 to 1989, when the agency and the CIA were together arming the Afghan militias fighting Soviet troops. After the fighting stopped, he maintained his contacts with the former militants, who would eventually transform themselves into Taliban. The reports add that the man the US has depended on for cooperation in fighting the militants, the head of Pak Army Gen Kayani ran the ISI from 2004 to 2007, a period from which many of the reports are drawn. Interestingly, a contributor, Andrew Exum, who worked as a civilian adviser to Gen McChrystal last year, commented on July 26, I have no regular access to classified information, yet I have seen nothing in the documents that has either surprised me or told me anything of significance. After reviewing the documents, Andrew said WikiLeakss founder, Julian Assang says he is a journalist, but he is not. He is an activist, and to what end it is not clear. When he released a video in April showing American helicopter gunship killing Iraqi civilians in 2007 - he has been throwing around the term 'war crimes but offers no context for the events he is judging. The US secretary of defence, Robert Gates, denounced the video. New York University journalism professor Jay Rosen says, WikiLeaks is a stateless news organisation. Mr Assange and his fellow activists are less interested in news than in making a political impact. This is actual credibility of Assange in the eyes of his countrymen.