2.12.11

Missile "defense" isn't the only issue.

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As I have always said the Afghan Heroin plantation operation by the USA/UK is the main threat to Russia's long term interests as it does real harm to the country.

The expulsion of the USA from Afghanistan denies the USA a flanking position in Asia to create problems and harm Russia, and its ability to influence Central Asia in addition.

Given this fact that has existed for several years, and with the full knowledge of Russia it is inexplicable why the country is even helping with the Northern supply route......so that they can grow more heroin and export it to Russia, and undercut Russia influence in Central Asia additionally?

Is it a case of the secret Jewish government within the Kremlin operating and exerting pressure?

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Missile Defense Dispute: Russia Threatens to Block NATO Supply Route

With Pakistan Already Out, Will NATO Soon Be Out of Supplies in Afghanistan?

by Jason Ditz, antiwar.com

As NATO continues to shrug off Russian complaints about their “missile defense shield” in Europe, Ambassador Dmitri Rogozin has warned that Russia might review their cooperation with the Afghan occupation, including revoking NATO’s supply route through Russia.

The northern supply route through Russia and Central Asia is the more expensive of NATO’s two routes into Afghanistan, but it is also the only one active after Pakistan closed the southern route earlier this week to protest the US attack on their military bases.

Since the Pakistan route is never all that safe from attack, NATO has taken to stockpiling extra supplies in Afghanistan for short term cuts. But if NATO has managed to alienate both Russia and Pakistan to the point that the closures are long term, Afghanistan could find itself entirely without a supply route.

And neither issue seems like to get solved any time soon, with President Obama refusing to apologize for killing Pakistani soldiers and NATO having spent years dismissing Russia’s concerns about putting missile defense installments along their frontier.