- The Illuminists are setting up their chess pieces for their World War 3. Their plan calls for massive casualties, an unimaginable depopulation genocide! The sheeple are totally asleep, obsessed with their American Idol, Dancing with the Stars, football, fashion, IPad…etc. This coming war in South Asia will be: Anglo-American & India vs China-Pakistan.
US-Pakistani-Chinese Tensions Growing
Tony Cartalucci, The Intel Hub
US stunt to salvage tenuous regional dominion faces Pakistani-Chinese ire.
The immediate reaction by most across the world upon hearing of “Bin Laden’s” death was that America now had the excuse it needed, real or not, to gracefully depart from its disastrous “War on Terror.”
However, the architects behind America’s foreign military adventures over the past several decades have already begun clamoring about the need to not only expand their global war, but to implicate Pakistan as being complicit in harboring the mythological “Bin Laden.”
An Offer Pakistan “Can’t Refuse”
Brookings Institution, and in particular, the policy wonks that penned the treasonous, extralegal, extraterritorial “Which Path to Persia?” report, are busy handing Pakistan “an offer it can’t refuse” on the heels of this obvious hoax. One such wonk, Michael E. O’Hanlon of Brookings recently wrote, “U.S.-Pakistan: Bad Union, No Divorce” where he outlines a series of “incentives” to coax Pakistan back down the road of serving America’s regional interests.
Somehow, free-trade deals, the promise of reduced drone attacks, and more unsolicited aid is supposed to convince Pakistan to acquiesce to American demands in the wake of this recent, intentional frame up of their populous South Asian country.
Such demands being placed upon Pakistan, according to O’Hanlon, involve scaling back Pakistan’s nuclear program, reducing Pakistan’s unilateral relations with neighboring Afghanistan, and of course America’s continued free reign within Pakistani territory itself.
In other words, the complete relinquishing of Pakistan’s national sovereignty to a foreign power in exchange for less brutality, less engineered destabilization, and diminished economic independence.
US Insistence that Pakistan’s Concerns are “Paranoia”
Fellow “Which Path to Persia?” author Bruce Riedel of Brookings weighs in with his piece, “Pakistan Plays Hardball” published in Newsweek. Concerning is the level of intellectual dishonesty Riedel laces this piece with, as he convinces readers that Pakistan’s paranoia toward American interests in the region is unwarranted.
Riedel might want to revisit his work in “Which Path to Persia?” to see where this very warranted suspicion comes from, as the report openly recommends the use of foreign-funded revolutions, armed insurrections, and military coups in tandem to force concessions or even regime change in target nations. Similar calls have been made specifically in regards to carving up Pakistan. Riedel for his part, seems to suggest toward the end of his piece that once again, manipulating Pakistan’s political scene would be the best method to rein in an increasingly defiant Pakistan.
Fellow corporate-financier policy wonk Selig Harrison of the Soros-funded Center for International Policy, openly called for the carving up of Pakistan in two reports earlier this year. He explicitly calls to “aid the 6 million Baluch insurgents fighting for independence from Pakistan in the face of growing ISI repression.” This further justifies Pakistan’s growing suspicion and defiance while it undermines Western accusations of unwarranted paranoia.
Harrison specifically mentions China’s growing influence in Pakistan and how it is undermining America’s interests throughout the region. Coupled with O’Hanlon’s belief that a similar scenario is playing out in Afghanistan where Kabul is slowly slipping out from under US influence with Pakistan’s help, brings to light the deterioration of the West’s regional agenda. This signifies not just a failure in Afghanistan and Pakistan, but an overall, irreversible failure to contain China as part of the “String of Pearls” strategy.
Such a failure becoming apparent might be a good reason why the West has decided to “find” Bin Laden all the sudden in the heart of Pakistan’s military and intelligence community. An anonymous opinion piece in the Boston Globe calls for the extortion of Pakistan in light of this “revelation.”
Immediately recognizing the unfolding implications, China rushed to Islamabad’s defense. China has called for support from the international community for Pakistan and stated, “China also suffers from terrorism. Some terrorist forces are engaged in a great many violent, terrorist activities for the purpose of splitting China, and seriously threaten China’s national security, and regional peace and security.”
China did not state specifically who these “terrorist forces” were, but these comments – indeed this entire confrontation between the United States, Pakistan, and China – comes just weeks after China openly accused the West of interfering in its internal affairs.
After an attempted color revolution feeding off the current US-funded “Arab Spring,” an April 2011 Reuters report, “China crackdown driven by fears of a broad conspiracy,” stated that “Chinese leaders believe domestic foes, their foreign backers and Western governments are scheming to undermine and ultimately topple the Communist Party. Recent speeches and articles from security officials echo with warnings of subversive plots backed by Western “anti-China” forces.”
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