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Whose pressuring India to pressure Pakistan?

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This BBC headline seems to say it all:

US maintains pressure on Mumbai

It serves a purpose, it informs all intel / criminal /diplomatic operators of the stance they should pursue. UK, US, Israel is all the same isn’t it? So it means get India to keep demanding the extradition of suspects.

The title was changed later in the day. But if you type it into google with BBC it consistently returns the same results. The new title became:

Dozens held in Pakistan crackdown

Meantime the UK public go about their business eating shopping and seeing their country slide away.

So yes Pakistan reluctantly did what was asked of it, complying with our hate filled policy against Islam. Isn’t it reminiscent of the cold war, when we wanted communists to follow our dictates. Capitalism (which means Judaica) doesn’t like communism or Islam, there is no need for people to feel any bond outside of money!

Jamaat-ud-Dawa offices have been closed down across the country
Police in Pakistan have arrested dozens of members of an Islamic charity the UN has listed a terrorist organisation in the wake of the Mumbai killings.

Pakistan Defense Minister Ahmed Mukhtar said it had responded to the UN move because “we are part of the international community and cannot afford confrontation with the whole world”.

He added: “Had we not implemented the resolution we would have been declared a terrorist state.”

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/7778884.stm

Meantime today (12th Dec) the ISI or the military or just the brewing resentment of the US seems to have had its own way of responding, suddenly supplies to Afghanistan via Pakistan are in jeopardy:

Nato vehicles, destined for US forces in Afghanistan, were attacked by armed militants in Pakistan for the third time in a week […] coming days after hundreds of NATO vehicles were destroyed […] Around 80 percent of US supplies and equipment are transported through the country…

[earlier this week]
Armed militants torched nearly 100 vehicles, including jeeps and supply trucks […] A day earlier about 250 assailants t […] set some 200 vehicles on fire in the biggest attack of its kind.

Source

Here is a soul speaking about western political hegemony and the Judaic connection:

1.2 Western politics and political discourse (on the other hand) are concerned with power and hegemony.

1.3 Hence, humanism and ethics are foreign to the Western political discourse and vice versa.

4.4 Consequently, dismantling Jewish ideology and political tribalism is a humanist task.

4.5 Fighting Jewish tribal politics is a humanist and ethical act because it aims toward peace, universalism and inclusiveness (as opposed to war, tribalism and exclusiveness)

Gilad Altzmon
Source

It is all about Jewish tribalism, those are my roots, and as I have wandered away, less and less works for me, drunks and waywards have to be seen with me, as I am to be discredited, and any contact with anyone has to be seen as for money or for perversion. Therefore contact with anyone respectable is impossible. It is the personal and the external. It is how the grip on hegemony is maintained. And all ‘businesses’ quickly become apparent as corruption, which means all business people are towing the official line.

http://pakalert.wordpress.com has seen such a huge jump in its readership since the Mumbai massacres, it is championing many false flag theses. And it is getting listed in the Pakistani press.

If all these paragraphs seem not to sync, my apologies, being to explicit is not always wise, to me they are all on the same subject:

Hegemony and tribalism are polite words.

israel

Written by morris

December 13, 2008 at 1:31 am

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  1. Sorry for getting back so late…

    I can’t refute your points on the criticism of Israel and the potential harassment that may incur since there’s no way I can match your life experience.

    But I will say that no idea, concept, moral, object, community or person is beyond criticism. Nothing is so holy as to be beyond flaw and no flaw can get a free pass based on taboos of its criticism.

    As for Judaism and capitalism…
    Are you suggesting the two have combined to become some kind of bizarre cult?

    If that’s the case, then I think that’s a bit far fetched. I can see some individuals within both circles who would see gains by combining forces, but certainly not most, and definitely not all.

    Granted, evil is evil regardless of who commits, it. But I would rather reserve judgement per individual than an entire collective.

    Do I think that certain individuals within Israel and the West have taken mass approval of their actions as justification for continuing their questionable methods to peace? Absolutely!
    But there are many just minded Israelis and Westerners that see what their own governments are doing and how incredibly detrimental it is to peace in the region.

    There are still good citizens of Israel and Palestine who want peace and will contradict the power centers, verbally or otherwise, to get the point acrosss.

    There are very vocal oppositions in the West. The situation in Iraq in particular is drawing mass outrage from these countries. But I don’t think the media is giving them much exposure.

    As for Islam and nationalism (or lack thereof), I think that’s a matter of which region the religion is observed. You will find people nationalising every manner of ideology if it helps some ulterior motive.

    Same with Communism and Capitalism.
    Communism is strongly nationalised in China and so is Capitalism in the U.S.

    No ideology is incorruptible.

    eksith

    December 16, 2008 at 4:08 am

  2. There are Israelis who criticise Israel.
    Heck, even Jews who outright criticise Israel, so I don’t know where you get the impression you’re not allowed to criticise Israel.

    If you want a profitable hassle free life do not criticize Israel. Never under any circumstances criticize the religion.
    That Israel is more and more central to everyones life is ever more apparent, to that end: ‘there is no such thing as bad publicity’, we can all spend our lives discussing the pros and cons of Israel.

    “Capitalism (which means Judaica) doesn’t like communism or Islam, there is no need for people to feel any bond outside of money”

    You don’t seriously believe that.
    I know you don’t.

    It is true! There is something scientological about modern judaic capitalism. There is a strict code of loyalties: family, nation, Religion, Money.
    Communism offered a class consciousness, and an awareness of financial exploitation, of profit from having money alone.
    This allowed for relationships not based on money.
    Islam is not so nationalistic, nor does it approve of speculation.
    Under capitalism, most relationships are for profit. Anyone with a message, a conviction or a principle is quickly pigeoned holed into being motivated by profit.
    Sai Baba and Osho are two examples of people having been painted as greedy. Or liking the greedy.

    It’s easy to be disillusioned when you think you’re the only sane man on earth, but seriously, that’s a dangerous equation.

    Yes I agree. It is also possible to offend ‘interest’ groups, and be targeted and undermined, an harassment, which causes disillusionment.

    Ignorance doesn’t want any bonds outside of money.

    Greed and lust for power of that calibre are as much a part of capitalism and Judaism as suicide bombing is a part of Islam & It isn’t is it?

    We are all humans first, anyone being a suicide bomber has been pushed to it. By guess who?

    ‘Hence, humanism and ethics are foreign to the Western political discourse and vice versal’

    Unless Gilad discounts Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Hungary and a myriad of other Western nations that have yet to involve themselves in blood and power in this new world.

    Simplification is a wonderful way to identify

    The western alliance, the coalition of the willing, is getting weaker all the time, yet it has turned out to be anything but humanistic, the continuous bombing of civilians in Iraq and Afghanistan is horrific, what western countries are complaining?

    morris

    December 14, 2008 at 5:24 am

  3. When I woke up I was a little embarrassed by this post, not every post is good.

    Can’t address your comment now, am outdoors and involved in other things.

    morris

    December 13, 2008 at 6:17 pm

  4. There are Israelis who criticise Israel.
    Heck, even Jews who outright criticise Israel, so I don’t know where you get the impression you’re not allowed to criticise Israel.

    “Capitalism (which means Judaica) doesn’t like communism or Islam, there is no need for people to feel any bond outside of money”

    You don’t seriously believe that.
    I know you don’t…
    It’s easy to be disillusioned when you think you’re the only sane man on earth, but seriously, that’s a dangerous equation.

    Ignorance doesn’t want any bonds outside of money.

    Greed and lust for power of that calibre are as much a part of capitalism and Judaism as suicide bombing is a part of Islam… It isn’t is it?

    “Hence, humanism and ethics are foreign to the Western political discourse and vice versa”

    Unless Gilad discounts Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Hungary and a myriad of other Western nations that have yet to involve themselves in blood and power in this new world.

    Simplification is a wonderful way to identify villans (real or imagined) in the world. It’s also a great way to ensure your impression of the world is coloured.

    Don’t equate the hypocricies and injustices commited by a members of a community with qualities of that entire community. Lest you fall into the same trap that many others who face indoctrination fall into.

    eksith

    December 13, 2008 at 5:29 pm

  5. Fresh attacks hit Pak NATO terminals
    Sat, 13 Dec 2008 05:22:50 GMT

    Employees inspect trucks at a NATO terminal raided last week.
    Unknown gunmen have attacked two separate NATO terminals in Pakistan’s tribal northwest, destroying 37 Afghanistan-bound vehicles.

    This is the fifth time in the past 10 days that militants attack truck stands on Ring road area in the provincial capital of Peshawar, frequented by trucks that carry supplies for NATO forces in Afghanistan.

    Peshawar police officials told Press TV that militants fired rockets at Bilal terminal late on Friday, destroying 10 supply trucks and 15 containers bound for Afghanistan.

    Numerous explosions rocked the NATO terminal while the gunmen flung petrol bombs at the terminal, where about a hundred supply containers as well as Humvee transport vehicles were parked, the officials added.

    Fire brigades rushed to the scene and after an hour-long struggle could finally maintain the fire.

    There was no immediate report of casualties.

    In the second attack on another NATO terminal in the same locality, at least a dozen more containers were targeted and destroyed.

    The ambush comes just a few days after two sophisticated Taliban raids saw hundreds of militants attacking NATO terminals, wrecking more than 260 vehicles, including trucks, containers, jeeps and other supply means.

    The recent strikes have prompted government officials to consider relocating the NATO terminals to safer areas outside Peshawar, while sending paramilitary forces to guard the vehicles.

    Pakistan’s tribal zones near the border with Afghanistan, considered militant safe havens, suffer increasing insurgent attacks since the US-led invasion of their western neighbor toppled Taliban’s regime in 2001 and sent militants fleeing across the border.

    ZHD/DT
    http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=78306&sectionid=351020401

    morris

    December 13, 2008 at 8:34 am


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