Black People : US/Pakistan conflict...a new Iraq war?

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    wetac0s Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/indepth/2011-11/28/c_131272979.htm
     
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    When the EU and US dollar crashes, the banks understand the gold supply on the planet is limited, but a few coca leaf or poppy seeds planted and refined go along way to bolster their bottom line.

    Kofi Annan stated that gas and oil produces billions but the international illict drug trade produces trillions.
     
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    The Pakistani government's reaction to the latest American attack on it's territory is puzzling. For a long time, Pakistan, a sovereign nation with nuclear capability, has allowed the USA to carry out attacks on it's soil, as part of America's never-ending pursuit of so-called terrorists, in the process murdering many innocent Pakistanis? Why is Pakistan so upset now? Suppose the latest victims had been poor Pakistani villagers, would the reaction had been the same? Why doesn't the Pakistani government value the lives of it's civilians the same way it values the lives of it's military?
    And why did the Pakistani authorities ever allow a foreign military to launch attacks on it's soil? If there are criminals or so-called terrorists hiding in Pakistan, shouldn't the Pakistani military or police be the one's to deal with it? Why should any sovereign nation allow foreign forces to operate, without any restraints on it's territory?
    Can you imagine the Mexican military or police firing missiles and dropping bombs on American soil, in order to kill or capture suspected criminals wanted by Mexico? How would Americans react, if hundreds of innocent Americans were murdered by Mexico as they sought criminals on USA territory? And in the first place, would America allow Mexico or any foreign country to do in America, what America does in Pakistan?
     
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    Strange analogy because the United States does that to Mexico and has been for 120 years!

    Ever wonder what the woman who was prime minister did to tick of the global plutocracy? She tried to get Pakistan off of a drug producing economy, so how do you think she got whaked, and does it make it clearer why
    flakes are in the governing seats there now! look at AFRICOM in Ethiopia! same thing
     
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    As the Bush Secretary of Defense during Desert Shield/Desert Storm (1990-91), Cheney also directed special operations involving Kurdish rebels in northern Iran. The Kurds’ primary source of income for more than 50 years has been heroin smuggling from Afghanistan and Pakistan through Iran, Iraq and Turkey.


    from "The Bush/ Cheney Drug Empire"
    http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/esp_sociopol_bush11.htm
     
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