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The US building the CASE on future invasion of Pakistan

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posted on Aug, 5 2010 @ 09:47 PM
US calls Al-Qaeda in Pakistan its 'most formidable' threat

This is evident that the US won't destabilize and or attack Iran, but Pakistan.

- They are already attacking Pakistan with drones.

- Helping different groups in Pakistan fight the future resistance group, hence Pashtoons.

"Al-Qaeda's core in Pakistan remained during 2009 the most formidable terrorist organization targeting the United States," the State Department's counter-terrorist coordinator Daniel Benjamin told reporters.


What I suspect:
The plan is to divide Afghanistan first, create instability which forces Pakistan to divide also, which creates more instability in Iran.

The ultimate objective is both Iran and Pakistan.

The pashtoons will fight (they exist in Afghanistan and Pakistan), the Baluchis will fight (they exist in Pakistan and Iran, and the Punjabs. That will create three different nations, which will create a long instability in that region stopping both Pakistan and Iran from advancing.

posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 02:08 AM
reply to post by oozyism

Pakista n, Afghanistan top US priorities

WASHINGTON: The US State Department has identified continuing to work with Pakistan and Afghanistan as one of the top priorities of America’s foreign policies.

Pakistan is doomed, not to mention Iran and India, add Turkey in the the mix.

posted on Aug, 7 2010 @ 07:21 PM
Sounds more like the Military Industrial War Machine needs to keep some kind of war going to make a buck or billion. They are the only ones who have benefited from this overly long drawn out war they have had us in these last nine years. What`s their problem, profits down? Or, are they afraid of no profits if peace was here? All in the name of what? Fighting terrorism? Yeah, right, whatever. More like BS.


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