Saturday, October 25, 2008

Obama and the New Cold War



What is the USA to do about Russia, China and India?

The New Cold War may be fought in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran, which are in the neighbourhood of Russia, China and India.

Michel Chossudovsky, at Global Research, 29 August 2008, wrote about Obama-Biden and The "New Cold War" (The Democrats endorse the "Global War on Terrorism".)

According to Professor Chossudovsky:

"The Obama-Biden campaign is committed to reinforcing the US-NATO military presence on the Iran-Afghan border, as well as on Afghanistan's border with China's Xinjiang Uigur autonomous region as well as within Pakistan.

1. "Afghanistan is a strategic hub in Central Asia bordering on Iran, the former Soviet Union, China and Pakistan.

2. "It is a land bridge and potential oil and gas pipeline corridor which links the Caspian sea basin to the Arabian sea.

3. "It is also part of the continued process of militarization and encirclement of the People's Republic of China.

"The Obama-Biden campaign has ... endorsed the "New Cold War".

"Russia is explicitly identified in Obama's speech as an Aggressor.

"Iran is identified as nuclear threat, despite ample evidence to the contrary.

"Joe Biden, who if elected, would take over from Dick Cheney, considers Russia, China and India as the main threat to America's National Security."


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