Didn't even put a rug out for us?
"Afghanistan summit aims to build bridges; Leaders pledge to work against terror, trafficking" by Deb Riechmann |
Associated Press, June 15, 2012
KABUL - Afghanistan and regional heavyweights agreed
Thursday to work together to fight terrorism and drug trafficking and to
pursue economic development - a formidable agenda in an area fraught
with power struggles and rivalries....
Oh, I see. We aren't there because, honestly, that is what the U.S. government and its intelligence agencies do in so many areas of the world.
The issues they discussed were not new. What is new is
that these nations agreed to work as a team to solve common problems....
The 15 nations that participated in the conference were:
Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, China, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan,
Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United
Arab Emirates, and Uzbekistan.
Looks a lot like the SCO, except for the few American friends I highlighted.
You may say wait, Iran is a friend(?); however, I blue them now because they are the next target of the neo-con/PNAC/Clean Break/Zionist/Globalist/you-take-your-pick as to what you want to call the power elite and their upper-level front men and lieutenants.
And who benefits if that continues? Who will have to stay and referee, huh?
Pakistan and India, for instance, have
fought three major wars since 1947. India and Afghanistan recently
signed a strategic partnership pact, raising concerns in Islamabad that
New Delhi was increasing its influence in Pakistan’s western flank.
Translation: You now see one of the front lines that will be drawn on your history book maps -- if we all survive these madmen, that is. That's what I'm doing here now, for I am a trained historian providing instant interpretation for future posterity.
I mean, look, Pakistan is already an enemy even thought there is a friend-or-foe kabuki dance in my media. The supply lines aren't open because the EUSraeli empire sent a warning across the Pakistan bow with it's "oops" missile strike on Pakistan border troops.
They are an enemy, 'murkns. They harbored the dead corpse, 'er, the dead guy we dumped into the see, they support the terrorists, etc, etc. I mean, I DON'T WANT IT THAT WAY because I RECOGNIZE BOTH PEOPLES are SUFFERING under S*** GOVERNMENTS and people are being murdered over damnable lies.
But ON TO THE NEXT WAR, 'eh?
feels threatened by any long-term presence of US troops in Afghanistan
and rivals Saudi Arabia for Persian Gulf domination....
Yeah, well, THEY SHOULD!!! Certainly they have read the reports and studies coming from the neo-con Zionist war-planners, and see how nicely book-ended they have become over the last 12 years. Who could blame them for getting one nuclear bomb to forestall a catastrophic assault on their country -- even if they are not building one?
Clark, who commanded the North Atlantic Treaty Organization bombing
campaign in the Kosovo war, recalls in his 2003 book Winning Modern Wars
being told by a friend in the Pentagon in November 2001 that the
list of states that Rumsfeld and deputy secretary of defense Paul
Wolfowitz wanted to take down included Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya, Sudan and Somalia [and Lebanon]."
Probably knows the truth about 9/11, too.
Notice he is kind of on the outs on the talking head circuit?
We keep burning ours in favor I$raeli war policy.