US sows discord in South Asia


This is how the British India looked like in 1860. To consolidate their rule in the subcontinent, the British colonial masters used the ‘divide and rule’ policy amongst its two major communities. Unfortunately the locals helped British achieve their objective. In this regard British propaganda worked to the full advantage of the then colonial power.
This propaganda was infused in the young Indian minds through school texts which carried such material that pitted Hindus against the Muslims. By passage of time the gulf widened to such an extent that in the 1940’s the Muslims led by Qaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah started a movement for a separate, independent homeland.
The movement finally culminated in the emergence of Pakistan as an independent country for the Muslims of India.
After British the Americans gained more influence in the region and ever since independence, have continued to use the same ages old Imperial policy of divide and rule between the two successor states of British India, namely India and Pakistan. 

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THE CENTURIES OLD BRITISH “DIVIDE AND RULE” POLICY

STILL HOLDS IN THE SUBCONTINENT – THIS TIME BY THE US

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by M K Bhadrakumar

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Once again Mr. Bhadrakumar doesn’t disappoint us with the power of his analysis of the situation on the sub-continent and throughout the Central Asian theater of psywar.  The time is rapidly approaching when the fluid Afghanistan situation will reach a “moment of decision,” when American control over events will be decided for us by the participants themselves.  Like the recent surprise revelation that Iraq will refuse to meet American demands to keep a smaller military force in country,

 Afghans themselves too may deny us the authority to peacefully keep American bases and Special Forces kill teams in Afghanistan past the alleged “withdrawal date.”  If the upcoming Loya Jirga fails to endorse semi-permanent US super-bases, then Obama will receive a second embarrassing rebuke to his attempts to seduce or buy his way with the Afghan govt.  If the Afghan govt. refuses to go along with our demands, then how can the US Congress continue to authorize funds to train and equip them?  Either Obama will soon get everything that he wanted or he will be cut-off from the preferred path of “Mr. Nice Guy,” leaving him with only one option to get his way–Ultimate force.  He cannot blow his carefully crafted cover to the world and reveal the Establishment hit man that lies just beneath the surface.

Other writers are catching-on quickly, as well, that the game is about over, or else it has just begun.  Pay attention from here on out to M K Bhadrakumar from here on out; he knows what is really going down.  The bluffing is about over and we will have to show our hand.  God help us all, when the river of bullshit stops flowing and nothing is left but the brutal truth about American aggression.  Odds are, at that time, exposing the Beast will only increase the violence. [Peter Chamberlin]

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‘Muammar Gaddafi’ – A Great Nationalist, Hero or A Tyrant? [3 of 3]


We shouldn’t forget that whenever America destabilizes a nation it does so by sowing discord amongst people on ethnic lines. The common ignorant masses are made to raise the issue of language and identity. They are shown economic incentives and conversion to Christianity.
May I present an example of American conspiracy in Sudan by these Christians? This oil rich country has for years been caught in a debilitating and destructive civil war that has pitted a Muslim government centered in the north against the southern Christians. We have been observing the reality of the conspirators’ intervention by American Christians.
The great south African leader Nelson Mandela once said, “When Christian missionaries came into Africa we had land and they had Bible, now they have land and we have Bible.” So from this quote, we can gauge the design of Christian Missions how do they grab other peoples’ land and rob them of, of their cultural identities.
Over the last decade, USAID has spent $1.2 billion, most of it to support the SPLA, the Christian rebel group in Southern Sudan.
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GADDAFI’S DOWNFALL

AND LESSONS FOR NEPAL, MUSLIM AND OTHER NON CHRISTIAN NATIONS OF THE WORLD

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by Dirgha Raj Prasai (Nepal)

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In the context of Nepal as a free, sovereign and a pious Hindu state, the western countries have been involving themselves in this region to destabilize China in the name of Free-Tibet and Nepal in the name of Christianity against Hinduism and Buddhisim.
For Western countries, certainly, there is some reluctance to go too deep into the affairs of organized Christianity—both at home and overseas. The western countries especially American’s CIA and EU have managed to define a global order largely in its own terms, with decisive help from its Christian missionaries.
It was the support of the Maoists that made secularism possible and declare Nepal as such republic. And west now  plans to turn Nepal into a Christian state by instilling fear of Maoist army. However the nationalist side in the Maoist party has understood this plot. They will not support the foreigner’s agendas.  
 The Christian Missionaries knew that the Nepalese Hindu monarch is the symbol of Hindu faith all over the world like the British monarchy as the symbol of Christian faith all over the world. So, they conspired to abolish the only Hindu Royal institution in the world.

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‘Gaddafi’ – A Great Nationalist, Hero or A Tyrant? [2 of 3]


In 1969, Gaddafi created Revolutionary Committees to keep tight control over internal dissent. Ten to twenty percent of Libyans worked as informants for these committees. Surveillance took place in the government, in factories, and in the education sector.
People who formed a political party were executed, and talking about politics with foreigners was punishable by up to 3 years in jail. Arbitrary arrests were common and Libyans were hesitant to speak with foreigners. The government conducted executions and mutilations of political opponents in public and broadcast recordings of the proceedings on state television.
Dissent was illegal under Law 75 of 1973, which denied freedom of expression. In 2010, Libya’s press was ranked as 160th out of 178 nations in the Press Freedom.
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GADDAFI, THE DICTATOR

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by Dirgha Raj Prasai (Nepal)

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In 1969, Gaddafi created Revolutionary Committees to keep tight control over internal dissent. Ten to twenty percent of Libyans worked as informants for these committees. Surveillance took place in the government, in factories, and in the education sector. People who formed a political party were executed, and talking about politics with foreigners was punishable by up to 3 years in jail. Arbitrary arrests were common and Libyans were hesitant to speak with foreigners.
 The government conducted executions and mutilations of political opponents in public and broadcast recordings of the proceedings on state television. Dissent was illegal under Law 75 of 1973, which denied freedom of expression. In 2010, Libya’s press was ranked as 160th out of 178 nations in the Press Freedom.

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‘Muammar Gaddafi’ – A Great Nationalist, Hero or A Tyrant? [1 of 3 ]


Gaddafi was right or wrong, can be judged by the forces of aggression i.e. America, NATO and UN themselves had they had conscience?
In Gaddffi’s Libya, there had been no electricity bills to be paid by Libyans; supply of electricity had been free for all its citizens. No interest on loans, banks in Libya being state-owned gave loans to all Libyans at 0% interest by law. Provision of home to every Libyan wass considered a human right – Gaddafi vowed once that his parents would not get a house until everyone in Libya had a home.
Gaddafi’s father died in the meanwhile, his wife and his mother are still living in a tent. Then all newlyweds in Libya received $60,000 Dinar (US$ 50,000) by the government to buy their first apartment to help start up the family.
Education and medical treatments were free too in Libya. Before Gaddafi only 25% of Libyans were literate. Today the figure is 83%.
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A MAN OF MASSES

OR ACCORDING TO IMPERIALISTS’ JARGON A DICTATOR!

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by Dirgha Raj Prasai (Nepal)

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Late     Muammar Gaddafi was a great nationalist and a Hero. During his 42 years long regime he never surrendered to the foreign forces, which is why in the eyes of these forces, the imperialists of today, he was a dictator.

 The late Libyan leader could have been orthodox in his views as a religious-Muslim. May be, he indulged in luxuries, agreed he was by temperament a furious persona, BUT HIS was the person who provided every need to his people, his fellow Libyans.

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The Gadaffi I knew


The “Brother Leader” had once asked me with a plaintive look, “Why, Mr. Eric, why are the western powers trying to kill me?”  The answer, I told him, was punishment for shaming his brother Arab leaders into raising the price of oil and his support for all sorts of violent “anti-colonial” movements from the IRA, Basque ETA, killer Abu Nidal, to Ireland’s IRA and Nelson Mandela. Yet he kept asking the same question when we returned to his tent while talking far into the night about subjects from Palestine to the Italian tailors he loved.  Right to his ugly death, I believe he never really understood why so many were trying to kill him. [Image above: Col. Gadaffi during early days of his rule with late Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser, whom Gadaffi considered a symbol of Arab nationalism].
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“WHAT’S GOING ON, WHAT’S HAPPENING.”

A wounded, dazed Muammar Gadaffi reportedly asked just before he was murdered in Sirte, Libya.

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by Eric Margolis

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The “Brother Leader” had once asked me something similar.  A year after the US sought to assassinate him by dropping a 2,000lb bomb on his bedroom at Tripoli’s Baba al-Azizya barracks, Gadaffi took me by the hand, guided me out of his trademark Bedouin tent and around the ruins of his private quarters.  He showed me the bed on which his two-year old adopted daughter had been killed.

With a plaintive look, he asked me, “Why, Mr. Eric, why are the western powers trying to kill me?”  The answer, I told him, was punishment for shaming his brother Arab leaders into raising the price of oil and his support for all sorts of violent “anti-colonial” movements from the IRA, Basque ETA, killer Abu Nidal, to Ireland’s IRA and Nelson Mandela.   

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