posted on Oct, 28 2008 @ 10:02 PM
It's been a recent topic, over the last week, of a coming International Crisis in the months ahead. I thought I'd throw out my opinion of what I
think may transpire since no one has seemed to touch this subject with much depth. Mind you, this is ONLY SPECULATION on my part. I'm not privy to
any sort of international intelligence and I don't have any telepathic or psychic abilities. My theories are based solely on international
observation mixed with a little common sense.
In my opinion the coming International Crisis has NOTHING to do the economy. As well, it has NOTING to do with Iran. But it has EVERYTHING to do with
Pakistan's nuclear arsenal to be specific.
The Pakistani government is extremely fragile at this time since the assassination of, then soon to be elected President, Benazir Bhutto. Following
the debacle of his National State of Emergency, President Pervez Musharraf resigned his position. Asif Ali Zardari (Benazir Bhutto's husband) was
then elected as the Pakistani President.
One might wonder what in the world is going on with the Pakistani Tribal areas and the recent U.S. incursions that have been making headlines around
the world. Recently, Zardari has given speeches denouncing these incursions. Why, after having his wife assassinated, supposedly, by these extremist
living in the tribal regions, would Zardari speak out against those fighting the insurgency that has thrived there since the U.S. led invasion of
Fear. Fear of losing control of his fragile government. Though Zardari may be one of the main components in Pakistan leading the fight against these
extremist, Pakistan as a whole (meaning: it's citizens) has questioned U.S. intentions in Afghanistan with the U.S having such a close alliance with
India. If you're unfamiliar with Pakistani-Indian relations, I suggest you do some research. In short, it's what allowed Musharraf to lead a
bloodless coup and acquire his Presidency originally. Too much backing of the United States and the entire country could turn on Zardari in a split
It's my opinion that the world's intelligence agencies have acquired some sort of intelligence of another coup. This one possibly backed by the
current Taliban in Pakistan. It's unclear if Beitullah Mehsud still heads the Taliban controlled tribal regions in South Waziristan since rumors of
his death surfaced earlier this month.
Needless to say, no matter who takes control of Pakistan if Zardari is unable to maintain his Presidency, they will acquire Pakistan's nuclear
Anybody want to guess what's next?