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Forum Post: Balochistan: Next Stop In Corporate Fascist Amerika's War-For-Profit Tour?

Posted 2 years ago on June 18, 2012, 3:06 p.m. EST by vvv0617 (8)
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Are the human rights issues raised over Baluchistan real or just another ruse and excuse for the U.S. to invade a former ally and install a puppet government?

BALOCHISTAN: NEXT STOP IN CORPORATE FASCIST AMERIKA'S WAR-FOR-PROFIT TOUR?

Having failed to strike a deal on NATO supply routes through Pakistan largely due to the killing of thousands of innocent civilians by Bushbamney-approved American military/CIA drone strikes, in violation of international law the United States has within the last week moved its nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Enterprise into Pakistani territorial waters within 70 nautical miles of the city of Gawadar in Balochistan.

http://tinyurl.com/7tp45fp

Modern maps show Balochistan (or Baluchistan) as a province of Pakistan. But historically, ethnically and tribally the "Land of the Baloch" is a mountainous region in the Iranian plateau of Southwest Asia that includes portions of the sovereign territories of not only Pakistan but also Afghanistan and Iran.

http://tinyurl.com/7a5pudk

Consequently, increasing American covert "intelligence" operations and overt military presence in this region is the geopolitical equivalent of playing with fire in a match factory. And that may be exactly what the Wall Street-controlled Washington War Machine intends to do...

There is already an ongoing conflict between Baloch "separatists" and the Pakistani government, with both sides accusing the other of human rights violations or other crimes and injustices. So-called "militants" from the Persian portion of the region have also clashed with the Iranian government. And Baloch "insurgent groups" are reportedly operating in southern Afghanistan as well. According to Wikipedia:

"Pakistan has repeatedly accused India, and occasionally the U.S., of supporting the Baluch rebels in order to destabilise the country. Both countries have denied the charge. Iran has accused America of supporting Jundallah for years. America has denied the charge."

http://tinyurl.com/29tdfy2

But now, according one source "...the United States is coming out of the closet in favor of the dissection of Pakistan. Nothing could be more clear - all of the "conspiracy theories" about US/India meddling in Balochistan are true. Pakistan is on a countdown to invasion."

http://tinyurl.com/87fbruc

Another source suggests the U.S. strategy may be to help Balochistan gain its "independence" then install a puppet government to give America's war profiteers the routes and resources they seek in the region: "Most [exiled] Baloch leaders, including Geneva-based Sardar Brahumdagh Bugti of the Baloch Republican Party, are miffed why the U.S. is talking to Pakistan on these routes instead of the Baloch."

http://tinyurl.com/73wpyuc

Next steps for Balochistan (Baluchistan) will be important topics on the agenda of this two-day seminar in Crystal City VA sponsored by the Pentagon's Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and scheduled for this week:

Pakistan Symposium: 2014 and Beyond Draft Agenda

  • "What will be the the role of economic and social development in the FATA/Baluchistan?"

  • "What will be the effect of regional dynamics on the FATA and Baluchistan?"

  • "What will be the impact of demographics and population movements within the FATA, Baluchistan, and the areas immediately surrounding these two regions?"

http://tinyurl.com/6psr3rq

Our research shows the panel members for this symposium include Baloch separatists, activists and sympathizers - but no one representing the government of Pakistan. How do you think the government of America would react if the government of Russia staged a seminar where they laid out plans for the future of an "independent" Iowa? Here's James Corbett's take on the big picture for Balochistan (Baluchistan):

"Exactly as in Sudan, Libya, Uganda and other flavours-of-the-week in the great game that has defined global geopolitics for decades, however, this newfound attention on Baluchistan has very little to do with grievances about the plight of the long-suffering locals and much more to do with the region's vast, untapped mineral and resource wealth, its geostrategic location on a proposed pipeline route that threatens to undermine Western influence in the region, and its role as a base of operations for terror groups that Mossad and the CIA have been using to wage a proxy terror campaign on Iran."

http://tinyurl.com/7ju957d


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[-] 3 points by toukarin (488) 2 years ago

The Baloch militancy has been going on for years and years. India is probably responsible for fomenting it as a tit for tat gesture given Pakistan's practically overt support for the militancy in Kashmir. Both countries have basically gotten used to this level of violence and subterfuge (a sad state of affairs) and there is no real threat of escalation from these quarters.

Pakistan has also clashed with Iranian troops in the Balochistan area. But, they both have bigger fish to fry... Iran has to deal with sanctions, constant saber rattling by Israel and the US, and Pakistan has a growing internal militancy, a pissed off ally in the US and all kinds of administrative issues to deal with.

US involvement however, would bring matters to a head. Implications of a Libya/Syria style revolt in Balochistan would be catastrophic with 3 of the most troubled countries in the world getting involved in a single conflagration.

It could be a great method to force Pakistan's hand to accept any of our conditions in return for military aid, it would offer an additional excuse to screw with Iran... and lets face it... no one really gives a shit about Afghanistan...

More "humanitarian bombing" anyone?

[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 2 years ago

the afghan troops should come home

[-] 3 points by toukarin (488) 2 years ago

Agreed, but they should never have left home. Over a decade of violence which has achieved absolutely nothing...

Wait... I take that back... we now have control of useful military bases in close proximity to Iran and most of Asia... Given the Pentagon push for an agreement with the Afghans to keep US troops in those bases for only a few more decades... I guess not everyone will be coming home after all...

[-] 2 points by SparkyJP (1646) from Westminster, MD 2 years ago

Especially when fewer than one in 10 Afghans are even aware of the 9-11 attacks. During our occupation, you would think the U.S. army and NATO would have done a better job letting the residents of this once-again occupied territory know why we are there and why we’ve dropped bombs on them killing and injuring over 100,000 people.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article26881.htm

[-] 1 points by toukarin (488) 2 years ago

What most Americans fail to understand is that there is no way to defeat terrorism on the battlefield.

These people do not have a country, they have an ideology. You can bomb any place you want and kill as many of them as you want, but you will never know if you have beaten them. There may always be just enough hiding in some other godforsaken corner of the world ready to start another fracas.

They have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Every time we invade another sovereign nation to root them out, every time we accidentally kill another civilian, a woman or a child... we add to the ranks of our enemies.

Every time we topple the government of another sovereign nation, we add to the distrust building in the minds of world leaders.

[-] 1 points by SparkyJP (1646) from Westminster, MD 2 years ago

Personally, I think the US uses "the war on terrorism" to feed the MIC and other supporting corporations. During WW2, I think it's safe to say, that the majority (if not all) of the Japanese soldiers knew of their attack on Pearl Harbor. In the case of Afghanistan; 92% of the Afghan people never heard of 9/11. So what are we doing there? ........................................

The plans to invade the middle east, has been in the works for a while now:

General Wesley Clark Reveals 5 Year USA War Agenda From 2007 - 2012

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1SP8C9jNE4

[-] 2 points by hchc (3297) from Tampa, FL 2 years ago

Exactly. Bombs have been going off over here since the beginning of time. Nothing new. But now all of a sudden we decided the best way to cure it is to take over the Middle East and Africa.

[-] 1 points by SparkyJP (1646) from Westminster, MD 2 years ago

Surly other countries have to see us, as we saw Germany in the late 30's. When WW3 starts, we will be seen as the instigators and the troops will have to defend our governments' follies and lies.

It is error alone which needs the support of government. Truth can stand by itself. - TJ

[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 2 years ago

92% of the people never heard of 9/11. So what are we doing there?

tapping the opium market?

[-] 1 points by SparkyJP (1646) from Westminster, MD 2 years ago

Just getting our cut I guess. Whatever it is, it's keeping us there until 2024 - or at least until WW3 breaks out.

US Military Helping Afghan Farmers Grow Opium Poppies

http://www.datehookup.com/Thread-468986.htm

[-] 0 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 2 years ago

huh

[-] 1 points by vvv0619 (19) 2 years ago
[-] 3 points by Nevada1 (4651) 2 years ago

Enterprise----False Flag Attack possible

[-] 1 points by RealityCheckReDKA (-22) 2 years ago

"The Inactivation Ceremony of USS Enterprise is scheduled for December 1, 2012 at Norfolk Naval Station."

http://www.public.navy.mil/airfor/enterprise/Documents/Enterprise/public_relations.html

THE PERFECT CRIME!

Another chapter in America's perpetual war for profit opened by a false flag attack on a warship bearing through-n-through red-white-and-blue branding like "the Enterprise" that was scheduled to be retired anyway!

ARMAGEDDON WITHIN BUDGET!

[-] 1 points by vvv0625 (-9) 2 years ago
[-] 1 points by vvv0617 (8) 2 years ago

The "Pakistan Symposium: 2014 and Beyond" seminar discussed above has been quietly cancelled:

https://www.signup4.net/public/ap.aspx?EID=PAKI10E&OID=50

[-] 1 points by RealityCheckReDKA (-22) 2 years ago

We helped them build their official website (see credit at bottom)...

http://www.pabalochistan.gov.pk/index.php/home/en

...and now we're going to blow them all to Hell.

Ain't that America?

[-] 1 points by RealityCheckReDKA (-22) 2 years ago

Former CM Balochistan Jam Yousaf ends self-exile. HMMM...

http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2012\06\19\story_19-6-2012_pg12_13