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Is this a Chinese declaration of war?

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posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 03:16 PM
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Drought-hit China to divert Brahmaputra River


China seems to be considering a new plan to divert Brahmaputra waters from the upper reaches as it battles hard with severe drought conditions, a development which has sparked fresh fears in India about the Chinese intention. While Beijing last year announced the construction of a $1.2 billion hydroelectric power station on the Brahmaputra (known as Yarlung Tsangpo in China), it continues to maintain that this project will not impact the flow of water to downstream countries like India and Bangladesh.



Confirming the new proposal to China's official news agency, Wang said last week that this plan had come at least 50 years ahead of its time because of the acute water scarcity. Indian officials said they were looking at the situation closely even though there was no evidence yet to suggest any major diversion by China of Brahmaputra.


Read More: timesofindia.indiatimes.com...

Is this a Chinese declaration of war?

Well I see a war coming up for resources in Asia, the major resource being water.


China of Tibet whose high-altitude glaciers feed into rivers of two of the worlds most populous states, China and India. This article from Japan Focus adds yet more detail to the potential for conflicts over water as China experiments with further damming key rivers that are important not only to India but also to other countries in the region. I am sure you are well aware of China's efforts to secure energy supplies by cottoning up various unsavory regimes worldwide. It turns out that repression at "home" of Tibetan natives is also being done to fulfill strategic objectives: China's plans of building a dam over the Brahmaputra river and diverting water into its arid provinces have been opposed by regional governments in India's northeast.


The Tibetan plateau is the principal watershed in Asia and the source of its 10 major rivers, including the Brahmaputra (or Yarlung Tsangpo in Tibet), the Sutlej and the Indus. About 90% of the Tibetan rivers' runoff flows downstream to China, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam.


Indian life depends on the water of Brahmputra. China should consider all aspects and re-think their strategy. else there will be a chance of heavy blood bath in near future.
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posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 03:19 PM
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overcrowded China is hoarding water from Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Burma, Vietnam, too.



posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 03:51 PM
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It's very scripted, the MSM is full of articles, building up the tensions,... www.threeworldwars.com...
Pretty close to reality so far a few players changed but the overall plan is there.
God bless the tens of thousand fine military troops around the world that are just following orders, and to the millions and potentially billions of this world who will parish due to Satan evil plans.
Please share the word that this is just one great big play. God bless you all.



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