Afghanistan, Iraq and Next Pakistan?

Does it have to be that an entire country and it’s innocent civilians have to be punished after the failed New York Times Square bomb attempt by one person? It seems to be that way. Maybe another false flag operation was planned to issue stern warnings to Pakistan that should there be a successful attack next, there might even be a “boots-on-the ground” US presence on Pakistan as reported by the New York Times on Saturday May 9, 2010 (). After the unsuccessful bomb attack by US citizen Faisal Shehzad who was captured by US authorities on board a flight to Pakistan via Dubai, the US administration has started issuing threats to Pakistan.

The first threat came on May 5, 2010 from Fareed Zakaria, author and host of CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS” in which he reported that “Pakistan is the epicentre of Islamic terrorism” and that “..It’s worth noting that even the terrorism that’s often attributed to the war in Afghanistan tends to come out of Pakistan, to be planned by Pakistanis, to be funded from Pakistan or in some other way to be traced to Pakistan…”. Zakaria was a favored student of Dr. Huntington the celebrated author of “The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of the World Order”. Zakaria has also been noted to be involved with George Bush and Paul Wolfowitz in pushing for the war on Iraq.

Why would Zakaria use the words “Islamic Terrorism” rather than Muslim terrorism? In my article, The Winds of Change, published by Countercurrents on May 4, 2010 I’d written that since the war cannot be waged on Islam, the next best is to wage it on its adherents to weaken them. The strategy is working. The affluent group of Muslims are being weakened as they pursue materialistic objectives whereas the poorer Muslims are being intimidated through wars waged on them. One group fears the loss of wealth and the other fears loss of lives, not their own maybe but of their families.

On May 7, 2010, US military commander in Afghanistan General Stanley McChrystal met with Pakistan’s military commander General Ashfaq Kiyani in Islamabad to clearly issue a stern warning that Pakistan must immediately begin a military offensive against the Taliban and al-Qaeda in North Waziristan. US ambassador to Pakistan Anne Patterson also met with Pakistani president Asif Zardari and used “forceful” language to convey the American point that the Pakistanis had to move more assertively against the militants threaded through the society. As if that is not enough, pressure mounted from Hillary Clinton on May 7, 2010 that it faced “very severe consequences” if a terror plot like Times Square bombing were traced to Pakistan. US officials have even admitted that if there is a successful attack, the US will have to act. Maybe there is a successful attack being planned by the US either on its soil or on some European, Indian or Israeli soils. If the unsuccessful bomb attack is so politically successful, one would wonder how successful will be a successful bomb attack.

The answers to the question why US has urged Pakistan to launch a military offensive in the northern areas is very clear. It is to create more fear and terrorism, more suicide bombings, ensure more terrorists are bred, continue and further increase drone attacks and, demoralize and weaken the military through exhausting the hardware in its arsenal such that if a joint US-Indian-NATO attack is launched on Pakistan in the near future, it’ll not be able to sustain the war. Nuclear deterrence against an enemy already on its soil is pointless.

The one thing that most Muslim leaders severely lack is diplomacy and negotiation skills, more so a nuclear state like Pakistan than any of the others who’ve no strong and viable defences. Pakistan could easily retaliate to threats from US or India but being an indebted nation whose leaders are corrupt to the nth degree and who have families overseas, they’re unable to demonstrate diplomacy or use language that would remove threats so they submit to threats. Zardari is a known state criminal and the US has all the scoops on him to blackmail him should he not relent to US demands.

It is now obvious that the US has military intentions towards Pakistan. India and Israel but more so the latter would like to see Pakistan denuclearized. Pakistan is also of significant geopolitical importance as it would serve as a corridor for land-locked Afghanistan and the former Soviet satellites. 9/11 led to the occupation of Afghanistan, WMDs led to the occupation of Iraq and its becoming obvious that the relentless pressure of terrorism might lead to Pakistan’s occupation and subsequent denuclearization. The Zionists (*) have mastered the art of fabrication without being challenged. They’ve not only fabricated 9/11, WMDs and other false flag operations but they’ve also fabricated an economic culture leading to rewards for the obedient servants and slavery for the masses throughout the world.

Much as the US, France, Germany and UK would like to bomb Iran to the rubble because of its oil and gas, Russia and China have not been supportive of actions against Iran in the United Nations. The next best target is therefore Pakistan as the US needs not secure UN, Russian or Chinese support for actions against it. The excuse of containing the epicentre of “Islamic terrorism” is sufficient. Pakistan is in the pressure cooker with the lid on and the stove flame on high.

(*) The multinational opposition to the New World Order has evident difficulties with naming its adversaries. ORIENTAL REVIEW does not support ‘Zionists’ as a comprehensive name for the real backstage political players. The Zionist agenda was accomplished in the middle of XX century with the creation of Israel. Such term as ‘Masons’ lacks cogency thanks to throughly built respectful image of the ‘lodges’. ‘Superclass’, ‘supranational elites’, ‘global oligarchs’ are apparently better corresponding for such description.

Source: Counter Currents

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7 Comments
  1. Suhail Manzoor

    All the rhetorical flourishes aside, it has been clear for some time that the state of Pakistan is not in control of a large chunk of its territory. I cannot see how you can dispute that without drawing other troubling conclusions. I do not see how setting off explosives in New York or Moscow or New Delhi solves any problems for anyone. You have to understand that the state of Pakistan is probably impotent when it comes to dealing with militant Islam in its midst. I do not see how China or Russia would laugh it off if attacks on their soil is traced back to Pakistan. Please realize that there are very serious problems here and refrain from blaming all of Pakistan’s woes and predicament on the outside world. It would be a horrible thing to have another major terrorist attack on U.S soil but the consequences of that will be far worse. It is very convenient for you to dismiss Pakistan’s nuclear weapons. It is well true that Pakistan won’t be able to retaliate against the U.S in the event of either an invasion or military strike outside the Afghan theatre. However, it is more than likely, Pakistan will deploy its weapons against India even if India is only tangentially involved in any break out of hostilities between Pakistan and the U.S.
    So, I do not think U.S invasion or attacks are imminent and even in the event of an attack against the U.S, I am quite sure Pakistan will forestall any such eventualities by foisting nuclear blackmail if need be.
    You fail to answer the one question that is most important under the circumstances. If, God forbid, there is another major attack on U.S soil which is traced back to Pakistan. What will Pakistan do?

  2. Well, first we have to compare Pakistan with Afghanistan and Iraq… Look at US history, they never invaded countries that have full fledge army… They always invaded countries like veitnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, etc. Emotional and patriotism apart, think what will happed when they will invade Pak or Iran. What do you think, things will be happened like Iraq and Afghanistan? I don’t think so. Pakistan and Iran are playing big game in the region than Iraq and Afghanistan…

    US has to disarm both countries before invading… Will disarming be easy as charm?

  3. To both Suhail Manzoor and Najam, I’d like you to visit another one of my articles titled THE WINDS OF CHANGE on Countercurrents. The weblink is http://www.countercurrents.org/mitha040510.htm

    “Life must be lived forward, but understood backward” – Soren Kierkegaard (1813-1855)– Danish philosopher and theologian.

    People ask: why should they care about what has happened in the past? As an answer I came upon this excellent explanation about importance of history. It is important to reflect upon the past to gain access to the laboratory of human experience and to learn from past mistakes.

    Pakistan has nuclear capability without doubt but that alone is not sufficient. Both US and Israel have a huge N-arsenal but in my opinion they’re both cowards. Look at Iran. It stands tall against US, France, Germany and UK all collectively Zionist mouthpieces operating out of another Zionist institution the UN. Except for the atheist and the agnostics, no one can deny divine intervention. Both commentators are Muslims and Muslims as well as Jews, Hindus and Christians beleive in divine interventions and things called miracles.

    Pakistan and Pakistanis take the ostrich attitude. The reality is that the Zionists are striving to denuke Pakistan.

  4. @ Suhail:

    Any attack on Pakistan will be considered as an attack on Chinese interests. Thus a ‘terrorist show’ in New York of Moscow will have a low impact on Beijing’s consent to ‘punish’ Pakistan. In my mind, without such consent Washington will not dare to hurt Chinese ‘estate’ in South Asia. The other scenario is a major ‘terrorist’ assault in SUAR or any Chinese area with clearly forged ‘Pakistani’ trace. I doubt the Beijing can be duped so easily.

    @Gulam:
    Thanks for your contribution :) The lessons of history teach us that unfortunately nothing is impossible. Russia and Germany were good friends on the eve of WWI. Last Russian Empress (Tsarina) Alexandra was born as German Princess Viktoria Alix Helena Luise Beatrice of Hesse and by Rhine. Anyway a thoroughly planned and played criminal game masterminded by British Foreign Minister Sir Edward Grey and British intelligence (Archduke Franz-Ferdinand assassination and further events) lead to a mortal clash between the two major rivals of the British Empire on the continent. So we should not underestimate the craftiness of Global Aggressor.
    Political nihilism sometimes lead to incorrect conclusions. UN may be inefficient, blocked by the ‘Zionist’ stooges and so on, but it is an only real representative political forum in the world where the truth can be voiced and defended. UN is a product of ‘Yalta system’, the heyday of Russia/SU, the main deterrent to Neoimperialism.

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  6. Being a Pakistani myself, I wholeheartedly agree with your article! Sometimes, I feel like most leaders of Muslim countries need to learn something from Ahmadinejad. I do not care about what the west accuses him of, all I know is that he stands up against Israel and the west when necessary and he is definetly not being paid by the U.S. like Zardari aka Mr. Ten Percent or Karzai or Abdul Aziz, etc, and stands up for his beliefs. What saddens me is that the zionists have succeeded in framing him in the eyes of an average human being. The word Iran has negative connotations, and the word Ahmadinejad is always next to nuclear weapons. Oh the frustration.

  7. This is not all that simple. Pakistan is not a country that can be over run like that. Worst of its leaders,including the present one would not allow it to happen.

    This is a country with people who looks clam on the surface and are hiding storms when confronted.

    This is very illusive region, one doesn’t have to take them for granted.

    The realities and power actuality doesn’t allow that.

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