Jun 03, 2023
Jun 03, 2023
Iraq is atop a political volcano.
Sectarian strife between Sunnis and Shiites threatens violence reminiscent of what happened in India in 1947. The UN Envoy to Iraq Mr. Martin Kobler has warned: “Systemic violence is ready to explode any moment.”
How strange that a decade after the US invasion of Iraq amidst this entire turmoil one nation is blissfully promoting its economic prospects. Post invasion Iraq has emerged as one of the world’s top oil producers and China is its biggest customer. Before the invasion Iraq’s oil industry was crippled by sanctions. Saddam Hussein’s overthrow lifted sanctions and released the nation’s enormous oil reserves for the global market. Chinese state-owned companies seized the opportunity by investing more than $2 billion annually and injecting hundreds of Chinese workers into Iraq. The New York Times quoted Mr. Mike Makowsky, a former Defence Department official of the Bush administration who dealt with oil policy to state:
“We lost out. The Chinese had nothing to do with the war, but from an economic standpoint they are benefiting from it, and our Fifth Fleet and air forces are helping to assure their supply.”
Thereby hangs a tale.
Recall the sequence of events and connect the dots. The strangest picture emerges. Consider these established facts.
For decades America carried on a heavily adverse balance of trade at one to five with China importing low tech products owned and manufactured by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). So scandalous was the arrangement that America’s leading journalist the late Abe Rosenthal, the New York Times Editor, accused Democratic and Republican leaders of America for endangering national security because they had been corrupted by China. The PLA managed factories violating all labour laws by employing slave workers bossed over by their army warlords.
For fifteen years US authorities pressured China to enter the World Trade Organization (WTO) in order to ensure that international labour norms were not violated. Finally the PLA agreed. China consented to sign the WTO agreement on 17th November 2001 that would bring its industry under international purview. Six days earlier on 9/11, 2001 China signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Afghanistan’s Taliban government headed by Mullah Omar. The MOU was signed in the presence of Osama bin Laden to establish the Telecom network in Afghanistan in return for the assurance that Al Qaeda would not interfere in the affairs of Xingjian. On that very same day the terrorist 9/11 attack on the twin towers of the WTC in New York was launched. The attack jolted the world body but did not succeed in preventing China’s entry into WTO. After 9/11 there occurred a strange sequence of events.
The 9/11 terror attack itself was mired in controversy and conspiracy theories.
Despite repeated Intelligence warnings of an impending attack by Al Qaeda the US government allowed the attack to occur. It allowed safe passage to members of the Osama bin Laden family camped in America to leave the country. The US government demanded that Osama be surrendered to it for legal proceedings. The Taliban government said that it was willing to surrender Osama to any third country named by the US. The US rejected this offer. The US attack against Afghanistan commenced. But it was never allowed to be clinched. America gave little importance to Al Qaeda. Six months after 9/11 while Osama roamed free, President Bush on March 13, 2002 said: “Terror is bigger than one person (Osama). And he’s just – he’s a person who’s now been marginalized. His network, his host government has been destroyed… I am truly not concerned about him.” Who could have been briefing President Bush?
Osama managed to flee Afghanistan with his family to a safe haven in Pakistan. Instead of eliminating Al Qaeda America diverted to a war against Iraq. The war against Iraq was pre-planned. This becomes clear from the revelations of Mr. Richard Clarke who was the National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism and had been warning the administration for years about Al Qaeda. He was rebuffed by attention focused on Iraq. He knew that Iraq had no links with Jihad terror.
Eventually America started its war against Iraq on the false premise that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. Later, this was officially admitted to be a false claim. Nevertheless America embroiled itself in two costly wars heavily expending men and resources. In disgust Clarke resigned from the government and exposed the truth in a book, “Against All Enemies”.
For over a decade America blew its resources and manpower in two costly wars. How did it pay for these wars? It continued its adverse trade with China and allowed Beijing to purchase trillions worth of US treasury bonds to make the world’s leading superpower a huge debtor nation. The irony is that in Afghanistan where American soldiers risk lives in an unpopular war and billions of dollars are spent to attempt maintaining order, it is China that profits hugely by obtaining lucrative mining contracts with mineral-rich Afghanistan.
Now it transpires the same is happening in Iraq.
Thereby it might be seen that America’s inexplicable policy has made the US a huge debtor nation, created enormous unemployment by diverting investment from the domestic market to labour-cheap China, expending considerable resources and lives in two costly wars, and allowed Beijing to hugely profit from the results of these wars without deploying a single Chinese soldier.
Therefore the question must be asked.
Are the policies of the world’s most powerful nation influenced and directed by forces unbelievably stupid or fatally subverted? This is a question that Americans themselves must ponder. But for policymakers in India it should be clear that this nation must deal with America most cautiously. A stupid friend can be more damaging than an intelligent enemy.
More by : Dr. Rajinder Puri
|If you Investigate who is behind the Chinese government, you will find that the hidden hand of the Talmudic international bankers is the one who pulls the strings of the Chinese officials.|
Ask why the Talmud is being taught in Chinese schools? This immoral book was written by the pschycopathic Pharisees who called themselves "the brotherhood of evil", and saw nothing wrong in having sex with animals, dead bodies and children.
Today, the Talmud is the book of instruction of Rabbis, where the Kol Nidre or a license to lie is one of the instruments of world control.
If you read the books of Michael Hoffmann, you will understand what the Talmud is, and who are the fake Jews, who call themselves Semites but are in effect Khazars, who converted to Talmudism, in the seventh century.
The international bankers such as the Rothschilds are of Khazarian descendancy, who for the last three centuries have amassed obscene financial power due to secrecy, and our forced ignorance. This ignorance is shown in our school system, which they control, for how else could we explain as to why we do not know of the history of the Khazars? Fortunately, a few of the Khazars of today, had the courage of telling the world of the plans for world control written in the Talmud, men such as Benjamin Freedman, Jack Bernstein, Arthur Koestler, Harold Rosenthal, Dr. William Deagle, Nathanael Kapner, Mike Peled, and many others.
So you see it is not a conspiracy theory for there is many books and investigative articles written by honest Journalists, who got hold of the truth that we are under the rule of a parasitical super criminal Talmudic Zionistic elite. The proof of this, is in the five pointed star stamped everywhere in corporate logos and flags.
|Although I do not have first-source or a second-level-source info, the reason why America handled Afghanistan and Iraq in a way that harmed itself and benefited China - does not seem to be entirely due to a fifth column presence in USA that favours China.|
As far as I understand, Iraq was invaded to capture its oil, as I understand the then President Saddm Hussein was pursuing idea to trade Iraq's oil in currency other than US Dollar, which would have impacted the USD in negative manner.
We all know, there are a lot of USD outside USA, in the forms of reserves and in form of international trading currency. Any reduction in the two forms of USD outside USA will result in (relatively sudden) over supply of USD in international market and USA is not capable enough (economically) to absorb that extra US dollars floating outside USA. That's why the invasion of Iraq became a necessity !!
And finally, like Prithviraj Chouhan did strategic blunders along with fellow kings of India because the Indian civilization had reached the top. It is human tendency to make such mistakes when descent starts. USA has crossed the top and is on downward path.
Now, it is a different matter who wants to get benefitted out of this scenario, if India works out its strategy properly then India will be beneficiary as much as Or may be more than China can get !!
|A very well thought out and presented article. Congrats. Mr. Puri.|
|Mr. Mishra, China has subverted America through a fifth column based in America. Our real threat is not a stupid friend but the intelligent enemy that has subverted America and is subverting us. The purpose of the article is not to be lulled into accepting advice thinking it is from America that might well be inspired by its fifth column. Our subcontinent has been manipulated by foreign powers since our freedom struggle before 1947.|
|The arrogance of the US administration, particularly, the Bush administration coupled with the obsession with the world superpower image has brought down the US on its Knees. China on the other hand is very focused on its objectives for almost five decades now. It has shown very high degree of prudence and maturity not only in political diplomacy but also in economic diplomacy with discernible traits of neo-economic imperialism. The US has lost out to China by adopting warfare as the solution to terrorism and for pursuing economic motives. The US’s engagement in war with Taliban or with Iraq has been its Waterloo, whereas China's mission is very discrete. China has benefited not only from the US’s war in Afghanistan and Iraq, but also from its farsighted and unflinching mission to access into underdeveloped but resource rich nations of the world.|
China’s preponderant presence in resource rich but otherwise poor and disorganized nations of the African continent needs close scrutiny. Many African nations have woken up to the idea of rapid economic development but do not possess adequate infrastructure, manpower and capital for economic utilization of their rich resources. China is filling in the gaps. Chinese are building hospitals, schools and many other socially meaningful projects with a “friend in need syndrome”. They are virtually close to monopolizing the rich resources of this nascent continent.
India should not merely be careful in dealing with a “stupid friend”, but also be highly alert in dealing with an “intelligent” enemy.
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