So Musharaf meets with the Israeli defence minister, whilst the Israelis continue doing what they've been doing to the Palestinians for the last 60 years, and the Iraqis more recently in covert ops, as 'advisors' to the Americans.
As if one of the most sophisticated military machines in the world needed advisors. As if such a military machine required that type of advice. But when you have Zionists and crypto-Jews running your country, then obviously logic turns on its head, as the bigger country serves the interests of the smaller country, and destroys itself in the process-----true love knows no bounds I suppose!
Another good reason why no Muslim country within the range of 'the final plan' should allow extensive American military presence in their country, as the results in Iraq and Afghanistan are all too clear for everybody to see. The mafia have a simple operation, known universally as a 'protection racket', which involves attacking 'small' to 'medium' sized businesses, and then sending several of their boys around to tell the small businessman that they require 'protection'. This is one of the oldest criminal rackets in the world, and is at least as old as the prostitution business.
We should think carefully before we rely on anyone for national protection, and America, with Israel behind it is the last country in the universe, Pakistan should be relying on. In such a scenario, the handful of surplus military hardware given to Pakistan by the USA, which are mostly 30 years out of date, and will become obsolete in a few years is not worth the alliance with such a dangerous ally.
One can hazard a guess that China in such a light is more reliable. China does not take a pathological interest in Pakistani politics. India is a better potential ally, if the Pakistani military elite give the country a chance by signing a FTA finally, and once in for all legalising the LOC, rather then pretending to negotiate year, after year, after year, after year. Pakistan doesn't need the Indian 'enemy' to define and unite the country; that phase has well and truly past years a go. Russia can be a potential new ally. But squatting tightly in the corner and taking the flak is not the long term solution to the countries problems, and once Syria and Iran are dealt with it will be Pakistan's turn.
Pakistan can obediently queue in the line waiting to be attacked, or before that juncture arrives take certain counter measures.
I am not aware of any Zionist lobbies in Pakistan, except for the fact that the Pakistanis maintain 'routine' contacts with their Israeli counter parts. Though the Pakistani head of state shaking hands with Sharon would not be described as routine, or Musharaf meeting with the defence minister of that country more recently. In addition the ISI has worked with Mossad, especially since the 1980's.
On the other hand we do know quite openly that Israel has an anti-Pakistan policy agenda, despite superficial pleasantries, which have resulted in the destabilization of the country (quite a serious issue I tend to think), and the near invasion of it in 2001, unless Pakistan 'cooperated'.
We do know that Israel on several occasions asked India for a joint strike on Pakistan's nuclear facilities, but the Indians wisely declined.
We do know that the crypto-Jew Bush informed Blair privately that after Iraq, it would be Syria, Iran, Pakistan and Saudi's turn. The two good British civil servants who leaked that piece of information have since been jailed.
Some of us who are a little informed, do know that al-Qaeda is a front for black ops by Israel intelligence and their auxiliaries. If the al-Qaeda number two or even dead number one are calling Pakistanis to over throw their legitimate government, that it in reality is actually the voice and script of Israeli state policy. If al-Qaeda has attempted to kill Musharaf then it is the policy of Israel. If al-Qaeda and their associates are planting bombs all over Pakistan, then it follows that it is the Israelis who are instigating this.
So whats up?
The Israelis need a cooperative ally against Iran, if and when they attack Iran. Pakistan can serve as a useful launch pad, as can Iraq, the Gulf, Turkey and Azerbaijan, Central Asia and of course Afghanistan. Special forces from the West have already trained in the vicinity of Karachi, as a training exercise against Tehran, and terrorist groups have been allowed to operate out of Pakistan against Iran, namely Jundallah.
Then there is the nuclear question. What will be Pakistan's military reaction if the Israelis use mini nukes against Iran. Such an attack impacts on Pakistan directly whether one likes it or not----Iran is next to Pakistan. Pakistan has nuclear bombs which are effective, as they were tested several years back. Pakistan has a very effective and advanced cruise missile. Pakistan is a Muslim country. Pakistan is a neighbor of Iran. Pakistan has certain religious/racial/cultural/historical bonds and linkages with Iran.
In a normal world, if the Israelis use such weapons against Iran pre-emptively, Pakistan should consider the use of such weapons against Israel. Russia for example has stated that an attack on Iran will be considered an attack on Russia, correctly as they wisely see an encirclement on their Southern border, and a potential occupied Iran which is linked to Iraq and Afghanistan.
An attack on Iran should be considered an attack on Pakistan logically.
The Jews are clearly concerned about a situation where Pakistan could form a military alliance with Iran, as a further logical development of the recent pipeline deal, and the reason why they sent one of their representatives to Pakistan in January. Senator Joseph Lieberman is a prominent ardent Zionist, and has very close links with senior Israelis. His ambition is to become Vice-President, with John McCain as President, and then there after launch an attack against Syria, followed by Iran.
The Jews want to fondle and massage the Pakistanis for now superficially, so that the Pakistanis do not consider coming to the aid of Iran militarily, at least not immediately. They want the Pakistanis to wait patiently in the queue, after they finish with Iran. At a minimum, when Israel attacks Iran, they want the military leadership of Pakistan to hesitate and be confused, before they take any decisive action.
But this will be the result in Pakistan, if and when Israel attacks the fourth Muslim country on the 'list'. There will be mass agitation, and the military operations of Iran will spill over into Pakistan. The military operations of the West will be conducted from Pakistani soil-----the situation will change, and the situation will be such that one questions to what extent the military in Pakistan will be able to control the 'street'. I am not arguing about the safety of the nukes here. I think the 50 odd bombs can be quite secure, and if Pakistan is not a safe bet than Saudi and China are secondary considerations for their safety. This is not the issue.
The Pakistani army is slowly disintegrating because of its actions against its own people in Baluchistan and the North West Frontier. It will have major problems sustaining these types of casualities in the near future. Then think ahead of the pressure that will exerted on the country, and the armed forces of Pakistan, if Iran is attacked by Israel. Being an ally of America these days is such a hard business.
We understand that an attack on Iran by Israel, with a rolling escalation of conflict, has severe consequences for Pakistan, and it becomes a moment of truth for the country. Thus it is not in Pakistan's interests to see Iran being attacked by Israel or anybody else, because it has a domino effect next door. This has nothing to do about admiring Iran and its people, but everything to do with national self interest. Iran is an important safety wall or line of defence, after which Pakistan will be attacked. Therefore it behoves the leadership of Pakistan to ensure that Israel does not entertain the idea of attacking Iran.
Thus the last thing Musharaf should be doing is giving guarantees to the Israelis that Pakistan's nukes, and cruise missiles won't be used against Israel.
I am not a great fan of the mullahs of Iran, as I have written ample amounts of articles criticising their rule, and what they have done to Iran. They were brought into power by the USA/UK/Brzezinski in 1979 to create an 'Arc of crisis' to challenge the Soviet Union. The mullahs of Iran are puppets of the West, placed their to weaken Iranian society, and they have exiled 4 million mainly skilled middle class Iranians into the arms of the West.
With Ahmedinejad, he has created huge problems for the Iranian economy, whilst promising the earth to the largely uneducated section of Iranian society, and the weasel faced idiot seeks nothing but trouble----but that is what you would expect a puppet of the West to do.
But this not about loving Iran and the mullahs. This is about avoiding conflict that will harm millions on all sides, and where it could spiral out of control, bringing in many players.
So again, in such a scenario Pakistan should not be patting Israel covertly on the back, and reassuring them that all is well, which gives the Israelis the green light to attack Iran.
After Iran it is Pakistan's turn----as Bush no less mentioned privately.
If the Maratha's, and the Nizam of Hydrabad, and the Sikhs, and Durrani Afghans knew what would be the end outcome for them, before they were finally attacked one by one, by the Raj, they would have united more comprehensively before even one Indian state was occupied by the British-------but hind sight is a wonderful thing isn't it ?
Instead of doing the acha saab routine and trying to sustain an untenable situation which is slowly slipping out of control, why not follow policies that bolster Pakistan:
- Try and achieve some kind of armistice with the frontiersmen, which was arranged before. Pakistani army men killing frontiersmen, and vice versa weakening all, so that the foreigners can invade a fragmented country couple of years later is patently stupid. There was no Taliban in the region until the Americans instigated it with Bhutto from 1994. Pakistan doesn't have to develop a guilt complex about confronting them for America, and weakening the Pakistani state in the process.
- 'The Islamic Republic of Pakistan' hosts foreign powers, and carries out exercises with them. How about undertaking exercises with the 'Islamic Republic of Iran' Pakistans permanent neighbor----or is this an alien and dangerous idea for the Paanjoob Raj Fauj.
- The Iranians can acquire cruise missiles from many sources, but non will be as good as the Pakistani ones. Why not offer Iran some of these without the warheads, as a symbolic gesture? In exchange get a couple of billion $ worth of oil and gas, as a barter agreement, and used as finance to subsidise wheat imports, and cheaper fuel. If these see action in an actual conflict, we'll know how good they are beyond the propaganda.