Plans to partition Pakistan ‘on schedule’, compliments of Mumbai incident: The cost of creating the map of the ‘New Middle East’
How to Start a Civil War:
Last year we learned that the United States was planning to start a Civil War in Pakistan when new classified American military documents revealed that the United States government was intensifying efforts “to enlist tribal leaders in the frontier areas of Pakistan in the fight against Al Qaeda and the Taliban, as part of a broader effort to bolster Pakistani forces against an expanding militancy.”
“If adopted, the proposal would join elements of a shift in strategy that would also be likely to expand the presence of American military trainers in Pakistan, directly finance a separate tribal paramilitary force that until now has proved largely ineffective and pay militias that agree to fight Al Qaeda and foreign extremists.”
Some of the elements of the campaign were approved in principle by the Americans and Pakistanis and awaited financing, “including $350 million over several years to help train and equip the Frontier Corps, a paramilitary force” that at the time had about 85,000 members recruited from border tribes. This was at par to the four hundred million dollars that George Bush received to conduct covert operations in Iran to destabilize that country, which for all intents and purposes is an act of war.
It is extremely important to remember that arming one group in a country and pitting them against another is by all definitions funding and starting a civil war.
Pakistanis flee into Hell:
In January of 2008, at the same time that the United States was revealing that they were about to ramp-up military operations in Pakistan, BBC was reporting that thousands of Pakistanis were fleeing into Afghanistan due to the security situation deteriorating in Pakistan.
This revelation was frightening on multiple levels: It proved that the NATO occupation in Afghanistan was a complete disaster and that the chaos it had created was spreading; it showed us how desperate the situation was/is in Pakistan if people were willing to escape into what is considered to be hell on earth; and it indicated that Pakistan was about to become another major war zone the likes of which had not even been seen in Afghanistan.
The implications of what the above BBC news report was revealing can not be over emphasized. Tens of thousands of human beings were being forced to leave a once peaceful homeland for what is considered to be one of the most brutal and violent places on earth, where life expectancy is only 46 years. Based on this report, we can only assume that all hell had broken loose in Pakistan (a nuclear country).
Just to make sure that this really sinks in; Pakistani refugees, in their search for a safe haven, were being forced to flee into a country that has been at war for over 30 years. This can only mean that every other escape root was either cut off, or that the surrounding regions were much worse off than Afghanistan. This is the frightening reality. This is what Western intervention has created in this region, complete chaos.
The Implications of the Mumbai incident:
United States military operations, both covert and overt, have destabilized all major powers in this region. The Mumbai attacks are related to this, may they be false flag operations, instigated by foreign powers, or conducted by domestic groups opposed to the government. The only question that we need to be asking ourselves is what the strategies of resistance ought to be?
As the attacks on 911 had severe global consequences, so will the Mumbai incident. All indications are that the Indian government is casting blame on the Pakistani government.
To divert attention away from the attacks in Mumbai being from domestic groups, the Indian government along with Western powers are involved in a public relations campaign to put the blame on Pakistan.
“It is not clear the degree to which the Pakistani government can control the situation. But the Indians will have no choice but to be assertive, and the United States will move along the same line. Whether it is the current government in India that reacts, or one that succeeds doesn’t matter. Either way, India is under enormous pressure to respond. Therefore the events point to a serious crisis not simply between Pakistan and India, but within Pakistan as well, with the government caught between foreign powers and domestic realities. Given the circumstances, massive destabilization is possible.”
Why is all this happening and at what cost?
The only political explanation that I have been able to come up with is that the United States, with the help of some NATO countries, is in the beginning stages of implementing the World War III option, two of the goals for which are to create the New Map of the Middle East and to maintain the status quo of Western economic dominance over global financial markets.
What is happening right now is very likely related to US plans to create a New Middle East, the plans for which were revealed in 2006 by retired Lieutenant-Colonel Ralph Peters. The map, with the redrawn borders of the Middle East, indicates that Turkey would lose a large portion of its territory while Iraq would be split into three autonomous regions. This map also shows plans to partition Pakistan and reduce Iran’s territory, along with numerous other imperial agendas.
Unfortunately for the world however, such an endeavor as redrawing the borders of so many countries would be nothing less then World War III. A conservative estimate of how many people would die in this global war can be obtained by assuming that the same percentage of people that died in World War II would also die in World War III.
In the 1940’s the world population was approximately 2.3 billion. World War II resulted in 72 million deaths (42 million of which were civilian casualties). This means that approximately 3.1% of the worlds population was killed.
At present, the world population is approximately 6.7 billion. If we assume that the same percentage of people will die during this world war than the last, it would mean that over 200 million people will be dead in the next few years. This is a conservative estimate since nuclear weapons were introduced at the end of World War II, while they are being proposed at the beginning of World War III. The number of wounded will be well over 1 billion if we assume a kill to wounded ratio of 1 to 5.
One way to defuse the situation and dampen the hatred that locals must have towards the United States and its allies is, as Taliq Ali and Malalai Joya suggest, an immediate and complete withdrawal of all foreign forces from Afghanistan. This will at least reduce the number of people joining the fight to free their country from occupation and will actually be an incentive for people to disarm and go back to living a normal life with their families because they would no longer feel obligated to defend their country from foreign invasion and occupation.