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Saturday, May 30, 2009

Preparing for war on Pakistan

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Wednesday, 27 May 2009 02:10
Sara Daniel is a well-known foreign correspondent for French weekly news magazine ‘le Nouvel Observateur’ and a so-called ‘expert’ in fundamentalist (only Islamic – not Jewish or Christianty!) guerrilla warfare (read resistance). Her father, Jean Daniel Bensaid (b. 1920) is an Algerian-born French Jewish journalist and author. He is founder and executive editor of ‘le Nouvel Observateur’ magazine. He was also a member of French Jewish think tank ‘Saint-Simon Foundation’ till it was dissolved in 1999. He is author of the book titled The Jewish Prison in which he says: “By considering themselves God’s ‘chosen people’, the Jews have imprisoned themselves.” Sara Daniel in her latest article, titled The Bomb Within Range of the Taliban has put together all propaganda lies about Dr. Qadeer Khan, the Al-Qaeda myth, Taliban fighting against Pakistan Army in Swat, Islamic extremist groups, etc. – all the crap Zionists in Washington and Tel Aviv would love the world to believe in. Her entire rant revolve around Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal, which according to her CIA source – poses greater nuclear threat than N. Korea and Islamic Iran – though the later is still few years far away developing a nuclear bomb, according to CIA and Mossad. In her self-denial – she ignore to mention the real threat posed by the 240-plus Jewish nuclear bombs, according to European Union Poll 2003.Obama administration under pressure from powerful Jewish Lobby is spending million of dollars on war-lords from Afghanistan through Indian RAW, Israeli Mossad and its puppet Zardari government to destablized the country to such extent that Pakistan Army has no alternative but to take-over the power. Admiral Mike Mullen, US Joint Chief of Staff spilled the beans during his interview with Time magazine by choosing Gen. Ashfaq Kayani, the Pakistan Army Chief, to be among the top 20 most influential people in the world. Zionist Obama put his stamp of approval by saying: “I am more concerned that the civilian government there right now is very fragile.”Pakistani journalist and former talk-show host, Ahmed Qureshi, has claimed that India is spent close to US$650 on Swat terrorists to destablize Pakistan.One may ask what made Washington turn against its closest Muslim ally on its ‘war against Islam’? The answer is given by author Pepe Escobar in his article titled Balochistan is the ultimate prize as below:Balochistan is totally under the radar of Western corporate media. But not the Pentagon’s. An immense desert comprising almost 48% of Pakistan’s area, rich in uranium and copper, potentially very rich in oil, and producing more than one-third of Pakistan’s natural gas.Strategically, Balochistan is mouth-watering: east of Iran, south of Afghanistan, and boasting three Arabian sea ports, including Gwadar, practically at the mouth of the Strait of Hormuz.Gwadar – a port built by China – is the absolute key. It is the essential node in the crucial, ongoing, and still virtual Pipelineistan war between IPI and TAPI. IPI is the Iran-Pakistan-India pipeline, also known as the “peace pipeline”, which is planned to cross from Iranian to Pakistani Balochistan – an anathema to Washington. TAPI is the perennially troubled, US-backed Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India pipeline, which is planned to cross western Afghanistan via Herat and branch out to Kandahar and Gwadar.Now imagine thousands of mobile US troops – backed by supreme air power and hardcore artillery – pouring into this desert across the immense, 800-kilometer-long, empty southern Afghanistan-Balochistan border. These are Obama’s surge troops who will be in theory destroying opium crops in Helmand province in Afghanistan. They will also try to establish a meaningful presence in the ultra-remote, southwest Afghanistan, Baloch-majority province of Nimruz. It would take nothing for them to hit Pakistani Balochistan in hot pursuit of Taliban bands. And this would certainly be a prelude for a de facto US invasion of Balochistan.There’s ample controversy on whether the Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) is being hijacked by foreign intelligence agencies – everyone from the CIA and the British MI6 to the Israeli Mossad. In a 2006 visit to Iran, I was prevented from going to Sistan-Balochistan in southeast Iran because, according to Tehran’s version, infiltrated CIA from Pakistani Balochistan were involved in covert, cross-border attacks. And it’s no secret to anyone in the region that since 9/11 the US virtually controls the Baloch air bases in Dalbandin and Panjgur…..During the Asif Ali Zardari administration in Islamabad the BLA, though still a fringe group with a political wing and a military wing, has been regrouping and rearming, while the current chief minister of Balochistan, Nawab Raisani, is suspected of being a CIA asset (there’s no conclusive proof). There’s fear in Islamabad that the government has taken its eye off the Balochistan ball – and that the BLA may be effectively used by the US for balkanization purposes.So what’s gonna be the future of Balochistan? IPI or TAPI? The die is cast. Under the radar of the Obama/Karzai/Zardari photo-op in Washington, all’s still to play in this crucial front in the New Great Game in Eurasia.

1 comment:

afpakwar said...

I share your concerns, and have written about it: