US-Pakistan Relationship: A geopolitical reality riddled with contradictions…

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US-PAK RELATIONS RIDDLED WITH CONTRADICTIONS

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[Are the US/Pakistani militaries preparing to clean-up the awful mess that they have made in Pakistan?]

http://www.stripes.com/news/u-s-pakistan-military-chiefs-hold-secret-talks-in-oman-1.135707

9/11, the Anthrax attacks, Al-CIAda, and the Infamous White House Murder INC,… are ALL inside Jobs wall to wall…..Made In USA/Israehell.

http://paleochristianity.org/blog/2010/02/06/an-attack-from-harvard-law-on-the-escalating-911-truth-movement/

This fourth installment of Central Asia News’ investigative series on the Empire’s plans for Pakistan and South Asia is most revealing, and shocking in the extreme. If all indicators are correct, then the big double-cross of Pakistan will likely occur sometime after July. The so-called US/Pakistani realignment, which allegedly gives Pakistan the winning hand in Afghanistan is merely a ruse, flattering the egos of Pakistan’s generals with this great sign of trust from their American benefactors.

Gen. Kayani and friends will forget how to smile when this trap in Baluchistan is sprung. The apparent big happenings in Central Asia are really just a distraction, misdirection to keep the world’s focus elsewhere. It is going to get very ugly, folks….

https://wondersofpakistan.wordpress.com/2010/05/06/final-solution-frenzy-iv/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=US&feature=player_embedded&v=mAVrCMpX1a8

http://www.thebalochhal.com/2011/02/security-forces-attacked-in-gwadar-khuzdar-nushki/

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/138996/crisis-confidence.html

The amazing “Sec/Def” Bob Gates…, acknowledges just how much the Pak Army has cooperated with American direction lately, moving six divisions from the eastern border with India to the Durand Line, in order to fight America’s terror wars….

With the sudden exposure of America’s underhanded war raging within Pakistan and Afghanistan, by the Raymond Davis double-murder charges, American hypocrisy towards USA’s most loyal ally is suddenly thrust to the forefront… The brutal killing of three or more Pakistani citizens by American CIA agents is something that happens nearly every day, in the hidden corners of Pakistan, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria….with the Infamous white House Murder INC, and its subsidiaries worldwide…., all the way to Argentina… (SEE: General Kayani Must Not Blink and Pakistan’s Taliban Are CIA).

Now that it is happening in the heart of Lahore, in broad daylight, the world gets to see with its own eyes, that American leaders are no longer concerned with keeping their criminal wars and extra-judicial assassinations secret….

Sources reveal that tracking chips (“sim cards,” SEE: Paramilitary Pretense, Who Controls the Predators?) were found on Raymond Davis…. These chips have been linked to Predator drones, used to assassinate targeted Pakistanis… The fact that one or more of these were in the US agent’s belongings, confirms that he was connected to the CIA murder program, which had stopped since Davis’ arrest.

http://www.dawn.com/2011/02/18/probe-finds-connection-between-davis-drone-attacks.html

Meanwhile, the USA is in deep secret negotiations with the Top Leadership of the Taliban….

http://janashah.com/2011/02/06/raymond-davis-had-contacts-in-south-waziristan-and-certain-madrasas/

Until the Sec/Def and his boss are ready to shut-down America’s secret war upon the people of Pakistan, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Palestine, Iran etc, all patriotic citizens everywhere should stand together to guarantee that US/Israeli big wars and assassinations come to a halt….

“…The saga rolls on, while (as they used to say in the old pulp novels) the plot thickens. Davis remains in prison awaiting trial. Relations between Pakistan and the US continue to be quite strained. And the circle of collateral damage widens…. The facts of the incident that sparked all this are now fairly clear. Davis, in a rental car, was driving around in Lahore in areas where foreigners scarcely ever venture, tailed by two ISI auxiliaries on a motorbike. After an hour or more of trying to shake them off, they both came abreast at a stoplight. He pulled out a gun and, firing through his windscreen, shot them both. Accounts differ as to whether they made any threatening gesture, but one was killed as he was trying to run away.

The backup van that Davis called for came roaring up the wrong way on a one-way street, ran over a cyclist, killing him, then turned around and roared off. Davis was arrested, and weapons, ammo and other paraphernalia were found in the car.

On his cell phone were numbers that were later traced to phones in the tribal belt where the Taliban operate, while his camera had pictures of religious schools and military sites.

After some initial fumbling, the US embassy declared him a diplomat on staff with diplomatic immunity, and demanded he be turned over to them. When this didn’t happen, Washington jumped in with both barrels blazing, cancelling meetings and threatening all sorts of reprisals if Davis wasn’t released, including Congressional hints of aid being cut off.

The Zardari government, whose desire to please and placate the US comes second only to its agenda of robbing the country blind, wanted to comply but had to tread warily because of the public outcry over the matter (intensified by the suicide of the wife of one of the men killed). Its strategy was to have the foreign ministry certify to the courts that Davis did, indeed, have diplomatic immunity, but this ran into a roadblock when ministry staff refused to endorse this position, based on the record. (It is being said that the military’s opposition to his release stiffened their spines!)…

The US, concluding that playing the heavy wasn’t achieving much, sent in the ‘good cop’, in the person of Senator Kerry, co-author of the 7.5 billion Pakistan aid bill. He expressed public regret for the deaths, held out the assurance that Davis would be criminally investigated back in the US, and met with the principal Pakistani players.

His whirlwind one-day tour didn’t achieve much beyond smuggling out of the country on his plane the three Americans who had been in the backup van (and were being sought by the police and the courts).

Some mysteries still shroud the affair. One, the subject of considerable speculation in Pakistan, is: What was Davis up to? (There are two versions as to whether this is still a mystery to the ISI; one is that he ‘sang’ under interrogation, while the US claims that he made no statement). His undoubted links to people in Taliban territory have spawned the allegation that he was arranging Taliban bombings in Pakistan (it is a settled belief among most Pakistanis that the US wishes to destabilize the country in order to grab its nukes).

A more sophisticated version of this is that he facilitated the attacks that had taken place on some ISI targets and the army’s GHQ at the behest of former Afghan intelligence chief Amrullah Saleh (fired by President Karzai at Pakistan’s insistence). While most believe that this was done under CIA orders, some think Davis may have been freelancing for Saleh.

A more ‘innocent’ explanation for these contacts is not being considered, at least publicly. They may merely have been informants that he and his colleagues had set up in the tribal areas to relay information for drone targetting. Incidentally, ever since his arrest drone attacks in the tribal belt were temporarily suspended. This may be due to a US desire not to further inflame Pakistani public opinion, or it could be because target information has dried up, or both.

The second mystery in the affair relates to the very odd US reaction. The SOP in such cases is to say nothing in public while working backdoor channels to quietly sort out the affair and get your Joe back (even in kidnappings this is the standard practice).

Why did the US adopt such a public and heavy-handed approach? Conspiracy theorists incline to the belief that the US was petrified at the thought of what Davis might reveal under interrogation, and wanted to have him released immediately. Or, failing that, to at least make him feel that they were fully on his case, thus fortifying his resistance to questioning.

An alternative explanation is that the US thought that Pakistan and its government were so “bought” that an order (Jump!) would be enough to obtain compliance. When this didn’t happen, they got angry (!) and tried to browbeat them into submission. Considering some of the other US foreign policy moves, especially recently, this may not be too far from the truth. Viewed from the pinnacle of Washington, the world often looks very different from how it appears at ground level.

So, how is it all going to end? The Pakistani government may be able to get its foreign ministry to tell the courts that Davis enjoys diplomatic immunity, and should be set free. Whether the courts will accept this is another matter; already the former FM is threatening to appear in court and contradict that. Another possibility is a ‘prisoner exchange’ with Dr Aafiya Siddiqui (jailed by a US court for 86-years, but widely believed in Pakistan to have been railroaded). This may mollify public outrage at Davis’s release.

A third possibility is that Davis will go to prison for the murders but, after a suitable interval, will develop a life-threatening ‘malady’ (that seems to afflict sensitive prisoners in Pakistani jails when it becomes inconvenient for the government to hold them) thus leading to his repatriation on ‘humanitarian’ grounds.

As for the long-term fallout from this sorry saga ‒ stay tuned….

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  1. Another theory is that Davis was involved in some way with the training of Baloch separatists in bomb-making and other terrorist skills. The Pentagon/CIA make no secret of their support for the Baloch separatist movement – nor their longstanding desire to see energy and mineral rich Balochistan secede from Pakistan to become a US client state – just like energy and mineral rich Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and the other former Soviet republics. In addition to further the goals of the Baloch separatists, CIA induced terrorism is also very effectively disrupting operations at the Chinese-built Gwadar Port (and the energy transit route for Iranian oil and natural gas destined for China).

    I blog about this at http://stuartbramhall.aegauthorblogs.com/2010/12/30/the-us-as-a-semi-failed-state/

    • Dr Stuart Jeanne Bramhall ,

      I’m really honored to have you here on the WoP discussion forum. The comments you’ve offered are very relevant and highly insightful. I fully agree with you. What CIA, is doing in Pakistan and what it intends to do further in this area is now fully known. The US administration may go on repeating about their friendly posture for Pakistan and its security as a nation state but in practice they have been doing just opposite to what they profess in the public.

      Their insistence on declaring their man doing dirty jobs in Pakistan and then killing the ISI boys who were chasing him as a diplomat is a proof that US thinks itself as a policeman of this planet.

      They used our dictator Gen Zia-ul-Haq to achieve their objective of dismantling the Soviet Union and then another usurper the so called president of Pakistan Gen Pervez Musharraf and to some extent they still are using the current set up in Pakistan and as you rightly say, now wish to truncate Pakistan by creating an independent Balochistan which will serve their interest in South Asia as well as in the oil rich Central Asia.

      But as its said ‘Man proposes, God disposes’. Their strategy of putting up the former Shah of Iran as their henchman failed miserably, and so will Insha Allah their policy of destabilizing Pakistan.

    • Dr Stuart Jeanne Bramhall

      It has been a great chance to see you here on the WoP plate form. From the link that you provided in your comments, enabled me read your highly insightful post [put up last year [Dec. 2010 issue] titled “US a semi-failed state” I found it so relevant, truthful and analytical that I wish it be shared with my readers as well. I shall, therefore, appreciate if you may kindly allow me to do so.

  2. Yes, of course Dr Hasmey. Please feel free to link and/or repost.

    Believe it or not US intelligence engages in very
    similar criminal and barbaric activities within the US against its own citizens. Unfortunately American activists haven’t been nearly as vigorous or effective as Pakistani activists in uncovering these misdeeds and bringing them to public view.

    I sincerely hope Davis’ arrest and trial will serve a a real wake-up call for Americans regarding their government.


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