Pakistan's military sources have roundly debunked the report emanating from Washington that Pakistan has withdrawn the demand for putting an end to attacks on its territory launched by CIA-operated drone airplanes. There has been no such development. Islamabad firmly adheres to the policy that these attacks must stop. Not only do they violate Pakistans sovereignty, but also prove far more harmful than beneficial in hunting down the terrorist operatives. Besides, the remark attributed to Director of National intelligence James Clapper that the intelligence and security agencies of the two countries are rebuilding their ties is quite unwarranted since contacts between them have been continuing, as before. Both regard Al-Qaeda as their common enemy and are cooperating in eliminating it. The US, it appears, takes the Pakistani public as quite nave and State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland wants them to believe that the series of accusations and threats against Pakistan coming from several top US administration officials, including President Obama himself, do not suggest that the US has launched an anti-Pakistan campaign. Against the backdrop of defaming Pakistan the intense diatribe against the ISI and earlier instances of Washingtons patently false notion about Islamabad not being fully cooperative in the war on terror, contained in the words, do more it is not hard even for the meanest intelligence to see what the US is actually driving at. In fact, the impression given by and unnamed US official that Pakistan has dropped its objections against drone attacks is nothing but part of a brazen disinformation campaign. It should be abundantly clear to our political as well as military leadership that the carefully orchestrated campaign of allegations against our country is in sheer bad faith. We must remain firm in our resolve about 'no more military campaign and 'no tolerance for drone attacks. A serious effort must be made to redirect the course of our foreign policy that would help protect and promote our national interests instead of continuing to befriend a duplicitous country.