posted on Dec, 19 2011 @ 03:00 PM
Its the "GREAT GAME
" of the 19th century all over again..if it ever stopped.
Lifes a riot with spy versus spy, to quote the title of a Billy Bragg album.
Pakistan and Afghanistan have always been the crux, the stumbling block, between the east and west.
Pakistan has been playing both sides now for a long time, centuries even, and it's luck is about to run out.
Accepting help from it's western allies while at the same time buying planes from china and then aiding and arming the Taliban, even funding
extremist's (or better said CIA operatives) like Muhammed Atta.
Half the country is simpathetic towards the west, while the other is simpathetic towards Islam.
What better way to destroy a county than from within, putting divided fractions at each others throat and at the right time crushing what remains of
nation half destroyed.
Now "insurgents" trained in Pakistan (according to China) are causing cross border trouble. These insurgents are, once again,probably assests of the
For a while now, China has been buddy buddy with Pakistan and now with Syria.
But now with China at Pakistans throat,it will have to think about who it's friends REALLY are, not that it has any as everyone uses it like a
prostitute paying Pakistan for her services.
Thus effectively another possible alliance has been shattered. Divide and conquer.