Tuesday, April 07, 2009


Kilcullen, a US terror expert and former Australian soldier, thinks Pakistan could collapse within six months.

1. Hugo Chavez once said, "The U.S. disposes of its allies like used condoms."

(quote from mostaqueali.blogspot.com/)

The US government appears to be involved in a campaign to break up Pakistan.


Pakistan has flirted with China.

The Military Industrial Complex feels it needs wars to ensure its survival.

(Pakistan and China versus Mossad, CIA, RAW and MI6)

The USA can call upon its friends, such as Saudi Arabia, to help break up Pakistan?

(Pakistan, Cricket, Mossad, Saudi Arabia, CIA)


2. Part of the US campaign appears to involve propaganda, such as presenting Pakistanis as barbarians.

A top government official of Pakistan's Taliban-controlled Swat region has made the claim that the amateur video clip shown by television channels of a 17-year-old girl being flogged was fabricated. - Swat girl flogging video fake, official says

3. Part of the US campaign appears to involve false flag acts of terror, to destabilise Pakistan.

The US campaign seems to aim to set Punjabis against Pashtuns.

On 7 April 2009, a news report from the USA announced that "Pakistan could collapse within six months: US expert." - Pakistan could collapse within six months: report

The US expert is David Kilcullen.

David Kilcullen was a terrorism adviser to General David Petraeus in Iraq.

In Iraq, much of the 'terrorism' was allegedly the work of the USA, and was allegedly aimed at weakening and dividing opposition to US colonialism.

Kilcullen is now advising Petraeus in Afghanistan.

Many Pakistanis do not believe in the idea of al Qaeda being an Islamic group. Some see it as a CIA institution.

Osama stayed in an American hospital just before 9 11.

According to the New York Times, large parts of the Pakistani elite have rebuffed the idea of an urgent the threat from al-Qaida and the Taliban.

Many Pakistanis have decided that reaching an accommodation with the militants is preferable to fighting them.

Some, including mid-ranking soldiers, choose to see the militants not as the enemy, but as fellow Muslims who are deserving of greater sympathy than are the American aims, according to the New York Times.

4. Pakistan is in a weak position because, allegedly, Pakistan's 'corrupt' President Zardari takes orders from the 'Jewish' Richard Holbrooke. (Holbrooke is one of the bad guys.)

And, allegedly, many of the top people in the Pakistan military and government are assets of the CIA. (The Mumbai Attacks and the Militaries of the USA, India and Pakistan)


5. What is the CIA-Pentagon plan?

The Lahore Museum was built in 1894. Rudyard Kipling's father was one of the famous curators of the museum. Source http://flickr.com/photos/o_0/19039605/

On 3 December 2008, the bipartisan Commission on the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism reported that:

If there was a WMD attack on the United States, it would originate in Pakistan.

(WMD attack to originate in Pakistan: US report)

Acording to the report:

“Were one to map terrorism and weapons of mass destruction today, all roads would intersect in Pakistan."

The commission briefed President Bush and Vice President-elect Joe Biden, senior congressional leaders on 3 December 2008 and warned them “it is more likely than not that a weapon of mass destruction will be used in a terrorist attack somewhere in the world by the end of 2013”.

Allegedly, the CIA is preparing the world for a possible US attack on Pakistan by, allegedly, carrying out the following actions:

1. The assassination of Benazir Bhutto in December 2007

Accusations that the CIA murdered Benazir Bhutto

The shooting of Benazir Bhutto

The death of Bhutto; Mossad and the CIA.

2. The toppling of Musharraf in August 2008

Musharraf toppled by CIA?

3. The attack against the Islamabad Marriott in September 2008

And various other Gladio-style terror attacks within Pakistan

Marriot Blast, Mossad and the CIA

Pakistan government and CIA behind Marriott blast?

4. The Mumbai Attacks of November 2008

The US commission report, of 3 December 2008 (WMD attack to originate in Pakistan: US report), noted that in October 2008, China agreed to build two nuclear power plants in Pakistan.

Pakistan by Steve Evans

“This deal — especially if it does not contain mechanisms to prevent nuclear material from being transferred from the new civilian plants to military facilities — signals a nascent nuclear arms race in Asia,” the commission warned.

“The risk of a WMD attack being planned and executed from Pakistan’s northwest frontier area is growing, as that area continues to function as a safe haven for Al Qaeda.”

Picture of a british family's first car in Karachi on Elphinstone St., Karachi, Sind, Pakistan. From http://www.historickarachi.com/1910's.htm

On 4 January 2009, John Berlin wrote:

Why the US Wants the Collapse of Pakistan (UNObserver & International Report)


1. There are secret US military bases with troop levels totalling, at present, a few thousand - and Punjab isn’t the only region that has US combat troops present.

2. Traditional mainstream media are being fed stories that underline the “need” for US intervention.

3. Scenarios are already being floated to carve up Pakistan into “Greater Baluchistan” (which is now Pakistan’s largest province) and some other new “states” in which to install puppet regimes.

4. The weakening or even collapse of the state of Pakistan will create a new battlefield badly needed by the White House.

The “War on Terror” (as the War on Islam is often termed), like most wars, needs expansion or it collapses.

6. The US government has apparently been deeply involved in a number of recent violent events in Palistan.

The overthrow of Pakistan presidents by the CIA


Mumbai Attackers were 'Hindus' and 'White Men'

Rashid Rauf linked to Bombay Attacks

US and UK links to the terrorists in India and Pakistan

Anglo-American-Israeli plans for Pakistan and beyond

Mumbai and the Anglo-American-Mossad-RSS Nexus

An India-Pakistan war could be like the Iran-Iraq war in the 1980s

Mumbai gunman Ajmal has been held by the Indian authorities since before 2006 - lawyer

FBI : Ajmal Kasab has no links to Pakistan

The lies about the captured Mumbai 'gunman' Ajmal Amir.

Mumbai, the Hoax Phone Call, La Belle Disco

Mumbai, Shiv Sena and Mir Jafar

Mumbai and the Hindu Fascists who appear to run India

Is Pakistan to Blame?



List of victims of the November 2008 Mumbai attacks.



subrosa said...

It's such a complex subject I'll copy this post and read it over time. Too much info to absorb at one reading.

Unknown said...

It all leads us to the conclusion that the Taliban insurgency is all but a part of a global conspiracy of U.S., India, Israel, France, and UK to destabilize and destroy Pakistan. The Taliban – without even knowing it – are basically backed by the CIA and other players to break Pakistan by weakening it psychologically, economically, politically and militarily.

CIA trained and recruited this menace from our own homelands; the militants were uneducated, uncivilized and dejected people of FATA regions which were trained along with many foreigners to wage a phony war inside Pakistan in a conspiracy to split the regions of long-term strategic and economic importance. The mastermind is U.S. itself along with other nations with vested interests. But what could be the motives?

The motives are:
1) Not accepting the logic behind the existence of Pakistan with a land body of strategic importance which may offer trade routes to all Central Asian States and become an economically stable and independent state.

2) The second largest Muslim country with a strong economy coupled with nuclear arms will be completely unacceptable to the above mentioned powers. They would rip apart a country and kill innocent civilians based on whims.

3) The IPI pipeline project is a great example of how India for instance faces trouble in making economic deals with countries from the west of Pakistan and is a motive for India to do away with Pakistan. But Pakistan is not an expendable state, it has peaceful citizens living in its cities and it would be inhumane to plan to eradicate such a state for personal gains.

Despite Pakistan’s cooperation and collaboration with U.S., U.S. supports India which is no less than a snake which the U.S. feeds milk to, and soon U.S. will realize that they have undermined their sovereignty by making India a superpower. U.S. is on its way to create another monster which will be a threat to it soon in terms of military might, economy, and media. India is a nation with strong and high ego walls, and as soon as they became strong to dictate their own terms U.S. will see itself in trouble.

Anonymous said...

@ Sahanawaz comment is just a bullshit. India has remained complacent while Pakistan is the one who has repreatedly penetrate Indian territory. India has never corssed Line or Control (even at the times it could easily do, e.g. Kargil War) or border but it is Pakistanis who has been repeatedly crossing and firing. Pak has become a breeding ground of enormous terrorist groups such as LeT. So Mother Earth and the world will be better off with a weaker Pakistan.

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