One should not forget that Pakistan has a treaty with China in which the Chinese have pledged to support Pakistan militarily should the need arise. It appears that the need has arrived. The war with China could well start over Pakistan and the US attempt to dominate Central Asia.  China will not sit idle as the US attempts to realize its geopolitical ambitions at China’s expense.  The US aggression against Pakistan is a deliberate provocation being thrown in China’s face.



By Webster G. Tarpley

 Washington DC , Dec. 11 -- Obama’s West Point speech of December 1 represents far more than the obvious brutal escalation in Afghanistan -- it is nothing less than a declaration of all-out war by the United States against Pakistan.  This is a brand-new war, a much wider war now targeting Pakistan, a country of 160 million people armed with nuclear weapons.  In the process, Afghanistan is scheduled to be broken up.

 This is no longer the Bush Cheney Afghan war we have known in the past.  This is something immensely bigger: the attempt to destroy the Pakistani central government in Islamabad and to sink that country into a chaos of civil war, Balkanization, subdivision and general mayhem.

 The chosen strategy is to massively export the Afghan civil war into Pakistan and beyond, fracturing Pakistan along ethnic lines.  It is an oblique war using fourth-generation or guerrilla warfare techniques to assail a country which the United States and its associates in aggression are far too weak to attack directly.  In this war, the Taliban are employed as US proxies. This aggression against Pakistan is Obama's attempt to wage the Great Game against the hub of Central Asia and Eurasia or more generally.



The ongoing civil war in Afghanistan is merely a pretext, a cover story designed to provide the United States with a springboard for a geopolitical destabilization campaign in the entire region which cannot be publicly avowed.  In the blunt cynical world of imperialist aggression à la Bush and Cheney, a pretext might have been manufactured to attack Pakistan directly.  But Pakistan is far too large and the United States is far too weak and too bankrupt for such an undertaking.

 In addition, Pakistan is a nuclear power, possessing atomic bombs and medium range missiles needed to deliver them.  What we are seeing is a novel case of nuclear deterrence in action.  The US cannot send an invasion fleet or set up airbases nearby because Pakistani nuclear weapons might destroy them.

Michel Chossudovsky's Address at the Opening Session, Perdana Global Peace Forum to Criminalize War, Kuala Lumpur, 5-7 February 2007.
The History of War: America's "War without Borders". From Korea to Iraq. The US-NATO Military Agenda.

Michel Chossudovsky is a Canadian economist. He is a professor of economics at the University of Ottawa.





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