The accelerating pace of events in south and central Asia
suggest that we are nearing the end of the �nice guy� phase in the �terror war,�
where the need to keep-up appearances is overridden by military considerations.
Until now, everything done by America or her allies has been
marked by a need to maintain the appearance of �political correctness.� Nobody
was allowed to reveal shocking information, or act in ways that revealed the
Empire�s end game, which would require a big push, a major �surge.� It has
always been the plan that when optimum conditions were achieved a major
military push would be required to achieve the goals which were out of
diplomacy�s reach. That deadly moment is upon us.
Everything that is planned for us relies on the principle of
duality, two tracks are followed toward every important goal. The two tracks
alternate between confrontation and cooperation with each other, sometimes they
are allies, sometimes they are enemies. We see this most clearly in the
multiple dramas that play out before us, disguised as the �war on terror.�
Our brilliant, conniving planners understand how to play
both sides in every conflict. This fact explains why countries like Pakistan
and India would cooperate in their own demise. (SEE: Committing
Treason for a Piece of the Pie) This also explains the Russian
cooperation with American plans in its former satellites, such as Kyrgyzstan,
where American agents have just undone the first �Tulip revolution� with a
second revolution, with Russia�s help. Together they have divided the Kyrgyz
people and lit the fuse for more upheaval in neighboring countries. Putin sees
it as a chess match with Obama and Brzezinski, risking everything for the sake
of promised profits.
Concerning the issue of the pipeline wars, every nation that
is involved in any way is destined for a great disappointment if American plans
for them bear fruit. Who knows, tomorrow they might actually get the pleasure
of seeing American oil companies drowning in oil and gas profits in a
devastated world where the majority of people worry more about food than fuel. In
exchange for enduring World War III, very few nations will profit. With or
without Unocal�s new pipelines, there will be gas at the pumps, priced as high
as the market will bear.
The US military has invested heavily in creating a panic
atmosphere, concerning the so-called �peak oil� issue. Because the American
military seems to be worried about tomorrow�s fuel, �peak oil� concerns are
given legitimacy and a personal sense of urgency that would not otherwise be
possible. Military leaders seem more concerned with ensuring that war remains
profitable than in filling an actual need. When the time for the big military
push comes, many people will accept it as a necessary evil, even though common
sense would otherwise tell them to resist war aggression.
The planned pipelines from Georgia to Turkey and from
Turkmenistan to Pakistan rely on achieving a balance between bribery and
intimidation, to maintain an image of American benevolence, in order to gain
the permission of every potential pipeline country government just long enough
to build the energy conduit and establish security. After that, resistance will
be impossible. This plan cannot succeed by diplomacy alone, because of the
natural divisions of tribes, nationalities and religion. For this reason, the
military must have its big push, its �surge,� to grab the great prize.
So you have the two tracks of military force and diplomacy
coercing and cajoling the targeted nations into compliance with our
plans. The message that is communicated between them is: �Deal with us, or
be broken.� It is that simple, yet it is so complex. Pakistan, more than any
other nation, understands the two faces of America. American aid comes with the
understanding that the Pakistani Army would wage war upon its own people. In
order to gain access to American aid, Pakistan supports a �war on terror� that
intends to divide and occupy large sections of the country along the transit
The illusion that American forces will withdraw from
Afghanistan and Iraq next year brings political support to Obama and the
Democrats, who are portrayed as weak by his right-wing critics. Obama needs a
strong military victory before this November�s congressional elections -- the
only question is where he will choose to make his stand with America�s worn-out
military forces. Without gaining undeniable access to either Pakistan or Iran,
no pipeline plans can go forward.
Solution� Frenzy � Part Four: Final Solution for Pakistan, the Central
Asian reporters point to a confluence of strategic factors which may indicate
new drastic military action taking place after July. Considering the quality of
their past research, their warnings should be taken seriously. Their research
has given teeth to accusations of CIA involvement in the Mumbai attacks and
foreign destabilization of Balochistan; especially significant are their
reports of a Russian/US/Indian alliance against Pakistan.
Much has been written about the US/Indian efforts to
destabilize Pakistan, especially via Afghan rebuilding projects, but
practically nothing has been written about the Russian/American partnership to
destroy the nation we know as Pakistan. If all goes according to plan,
Russia will have her revenge for the jihadi humiliation and American oil
companies will have another slice of the pie.
Thanks to the American-Russian-Indian troika, the
drug-running Northern Alliance has been revived and given control over
Afghanistan�s government, its army and national police force, in order to wage
war against Afghanistan�s Pashtun population. In the American vision, all
Pashtun are all considered to be �Taliban.� When the monstrous tubular
monuments to American materialism are finally constructed on Pashtun land,
Unocal and their oily friends will have the last laugh on the Taliban.
The saddest part about this entire sick, opportunistic
scenario is that, if all goes according to plan, the majority of the earth�s
people will feel gratitude towards America and everybody involved, even though
they gained nothing for the struggle and the suffering that they would not have
already had, regardless of whether the pipelines were built now or 20 years
from now. All that luscious smelly gas would have continued to flow from those
gas pumps, no matter what.
This whole swindle, war and all, was never really necessary;
the only positive outcome will be the increased profits for a few hundred
trillionaires. We, who survive the game, will gain nothing more than our wisdom
for lessons learned, but what good does this knowledge do any of us now?
How does foresight, or deeper insight, help us today, as we
stand on the threshold of a major war escalation? If knowledge is the greatest
form of resistance, then how can we translate knowledge of American intentions
into effective forms of resistance? What actions could be taken to oppose plans
for Asian conquest?
Any effective action would consist of defusing trigger
points, which are integral parts of the surge plan. A trigger point is any
situation that can be inflamed through social agitation. Cases in point would
be the Kyrgyz revolution, or the Moscow bombings, which could have easily
caused a miscalculation by government or local leaders that caused violence to
spiral out of control. Any sane or moral individual would recognize the
inherent danger in such a situation and would naturally move to help calm
tensions. The problem in this scenario is the provocateur. There will be plenty
of agitators on hand to thwart anybody seeking to keep heads cool.
We all have moral choices to make, as we see the impending
escalation of this unnecessary criminal war. When our moment of testing comes,
will we give our consent to this ongoing atrocity, or will we find ways to
resist? I am sick with the certainty that this moment of testing is much closer
than most of us dare to think.
Peter Chamberlin may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.