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Truth about Pakistan war.

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posted on May, 12 2009 @ 10:54 AM
I read that article and decided to share it with you. I hope you will find it a worth read.

we used to the tensions, conflicts, terror and wars in the Pakistan area. I think most of us do not really know why is so any more. and I think it is time to remind who is standing behind and why the war did not and will not end.

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"Knowing and promoting one thing and writing something else to deceive public
May 11th, 2009

This is how propaganda goes. The promoters of the war of terrorism know and promote one thing and write quite the opposite. See this article Pakistan’s ethnic fault line by By Selig S. Harrison in Washington Post, May 11, 2009. S. Harrison writes:

To American eyes the struggle raging in Pakistan with the Taliban is about religious fanaticism. But in Pakistan it is about an explosive fusion of Islamist zeal and simmering ethnic tensions that have been exacerbated by U.S. pressures for military action against the Taliban and its al-Qaeda allies. Understanding the ethnic dimension of the conflict is the key to a successful strategy for separating the Taliban from al-Qaeda and stabilizing multiethnic Pakistan politically.

The reality is that it is the propagandists like S. Harrison who made the struggle an issue of religious fanaticism in the first place. The propagandists as well as the warlords they promote and serve fully know that this crisis is of their own making. The labels are their own creation. The ethnic tensions were deliberately, cunningly and systematically developed by targeting the tribal pashtuns in the name of bombing and eliminating Taliban. When they resisted, everyone of them was labeled as Taliban and at the same time terrorists were inducted from outside so that no peace deal could last between the invading army and the helpless victims of their aggression. The lies about the existence of Alqaeda are used to seamlessly stitch together different pieces of lies and deceptions. harrison writes that “understanding the ethnic dimension of the conflict is the key to a successful strategy….” In fact, there is no strategy in the waiting. This dimension has already been fully understood and exploited for inflaming the war within Pakistan. Only fools would believe that the objective is to “separate Taliban from Al-Qaida and stabilizing Pakistan politically.” What does separation mean? If your stated goal is elimination of the bogey monster, a realistic strategy will be to go for the kill and let God sort them out. This show of compassion for the Pakistan’s existence exposes the malicious intentions.

Harrison goes on to write:

"The Pakistani army is composed mostly of Punjabis. The Taliban is entirely Pashtun. For centuries, Pashtuns living in the mountainous borderlands of Pakistan and Afghanistan have fought to keep out invading Punjabi plainsmen. So sending Punjabi soldiers into Pashtun territory to fight jihadists pushes the country ever closer to an ethnically defined civil war, strengthening Pashtun sentiment for an independent “Pashtunistan” that would embrace 41 million people in big chunks of Pakistan and Afghanistan."

“The Pakistani army is composed mostly of Punjabis.” Do you believe this is news or a top classified secret that this person is now revealing to help the US develop a strategy. This is what has already been fully exploited by forcing the Pakistani forces to invade Pashtun areas. Bombing Pashtun villages and telling Musharraf to accept responsibility for the resulting massacres. And that long-term Zionist stooge will come on TV and accept the responsibility for the massacre of young children by the US forces. That was an effective way to put Pashtun against Punjabis.

“For centuries, Pashtuns living in the mountainous borderlands of Pakistan and Afghanistan have fought to keep out invading Punjabi plainsmen.” And the US forced the Punjabi dominated army to do exactly the same in the name of taking out “high value targets” which are not coming to an end in the past 7 years. So, know full well the consequences, the US forced Pakistan to send army into the tribal areas under the pretext of fighting “Jihadists.”

The warlords knew that if “jihadists” are not there, the aggression will naturally produce resistance which will be labeled as jihadists and help perpetuating the crisis. The more you read this article, the more you will understand that this author is describing the strategy which they already promoted and which the warlords have successfully implemented. These write-ups are show pieces to spread new lies and deceptions by continuing to mix truth with falsehood for the next phases in the war.

Harrison sums up the propaganda pieces with quotes from two sold-out souls. The last para of his article gives an indication of what is going to happened and also shows how they have made sure it happens that way:

He writes:

" In the conventional wisdom, either Islamist or Pashtun identity will eventually triumph, but it is equally plausible that the result could be what Pakistani ambassador to Washington Husain Haqqani has called an “Islamic Pashtunistan.” On March 1, 2007, Haqqani’s Pashtun predecessor as ambassador, the retired Maj. Gen. Mahmud Ali Durrani, said at a seminar at the Pakistan Embassy, “I hope the Taliban and Pashtun nationalism don’t merge. If that happens, we’ve had it, and we’re on the verge of that.”"

Did you notice from the events in Pakistan how religious sentiments have deliberately been mixed with nationalistic and ethnic sentiments. Use one dominant group to kill another. Propagate the lies that the victims are terrorists, Islamists, Talibs. Pay others so that they could declare the invaders of Pashtun villages and towns as Kafirs, that will automatically bring religious flavor to the conflict. Supports others from outside so that their terrorist acts could be blamed on the non-existent al-Qaeda and tensions could never ease and the conflict escalates with each passing day.

This article describes exactly how the US proceeded in its war on Pakistan. It only needs a carefully eye to read the propaganda between the lines."

posted on May, 12 2009 @ 11:21 AM
Wasn't this a plot to take the oil, put a few military bases there, and to convert the muslums to christianity?

posted on May, 12 2009 @ 04:43 PM
reply to post by The Killah29

for sure it is no coincidence to keep control over Pakistan. the oil is important factor in that game. but more important is a Nabucco gas pipeline. Pakistan is a neccessary partner for that one!!

posted on May, 12 2009 @ 05:56 PM
S&F! Pakistan has been labeled the number one country followed by mexico to fall. I like the info and the propaganda side of it. I'd like to see some more info on propaganda in general to get a better idea of how jaded our information really is...

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