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U.S. Senators discuss Balochistan with Pres. Zadari in Islamabad

September 4, 2009

Why are the U.S. Senators, led by Senator Carl Levin discussing Balochistan with President Zadari? There’s been talk of the U.S. in favor of Balochistan breaking off of Pakistan. This is the area that is needed for an oil or gas (or both) pipeline from the Caspian Sea, to Turkmenistan, through Afghanistan and directly through Balochistan to the Gulf of Oman. Pakistan wants this pipleline to go across their Balochistan and their Pakistan lands to India. Watch Balochistan carefully. Balochistan has many mineral and gas deposits within their ancestorial lands.

Sen. Carl Levin, Jack Reed, Edward Kaufman and Pres. Zardari, in Islamabad, Photo by AAP, Sept. 2, 2009

Sen. Carl Levin, Jack Reed, Edward Kaufman and Pres. Zardari, Sept. 2, 2009


The Senators were relaying the need for a peaceful Balochistan in order for security forces to go elsewhere to fight the terrorists. Zadari told them to pay up what was owed, $1.6 Billion in the Coalition Support Fund, and to help in the energy sector and to put up another $2.5 Billion to help with the displaced citizens of Pakistan Read more here.

About a month ago this was reported at Dawn.com: NASIRABAD: Militants who kidnapped 30 people, including at least 20 policemen, from Balochistan’s Nasirabad district’s Chattar area have warned that if the government does not release Baloch prisoners from its jails, the remaining police officials will also be killed, BBC Urdu reported.

Potential Break-up of Pakistan by Ethnicity, what it would look like

Potential Break-up of Pakistan by Ethnicity, what it would look like

It’s about OIL, it always was about oil. The U.S. was ready to take out the Taliban prior to 9/11 because of “The Great Game: Eurasia and Pipelinestan published here.

Write your Congress Member and your Senators right now at this link. It is easy to do. Please do it now. No more troops, no more money, End the War(s) Now.

“New Great Game”: Eurasia and Pipelineistan

August 10, 2009

Question:  Why are we in Iraq, Afghanistan, and supporting Pakistan Military’s war?

TO CONTROL THE WORLD’S OIL SUPPLY

Many stories have been written about the Oil War, and I have been reading Pablo Escobar’s stories for some time.  In March 2009, he published Liquid War for Tom Dispatch, a must read .   A few paragraphs to wet your whistle:   

Forget the mainstream media’s obsession with al-Qaeda, Osama “dead or alive” bin Laden, the Taliban — neo, light or classic — or that “war on terror,” whatever name it goes by. These are diversions compared to the high-stakes, hardcore geopolitical game that follows what flows along the pipelines of the planet….Energy expert Michael Klare has been instrumental in identifying the key vectors in the wild, ongoing global scramble for power over Pipelineistan. These range from the increasing scarcity (and difficulty of reaching) primary energy supplies to “the painfully slow development of energy alternatives.” Though you may not have noticed, the first skirmishes in Pipelineistan’s Liquid War are already on, and even in the worst of economic times, the risk mounts constantly, given the relentless competition between the West and Asia, be it in the Middle East, in the Caspian theater, or in African oil-rich states like Angola, Nigeria and Sudan.

Map Created by Bremmer at www.viewzone.com/pipeline

Afghanistan Pipeline goes through Balochistan and No. or South Waziristan

Afghanistan Pipeline goes through Balochistan and No. or South Waziristan


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