Black People Politics : WW3 and Obama

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  1. wetac0s

    wetac0s Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Very informative video on how Pakistan/Israel/Palestine/Russia/Sudan/China fit into an ultimate plan:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-KJ...Obama, Nato and Libya and Bin Laden/pakistan.
     
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    nothing but white fear mongering and character assassination.. hitting on all
    the white fears.. #useless.
     
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    What he says about Brzezenski is true though. Look him up. He is a notorious man and holds a lot of power in the white house (considering he's not even American). He advised Carter to fund the Mujaheddin and paved the way for wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

    This guy simply uses facts to make educated guesses on what is happening. And judging by America and Britains rap sheet - there's a plan for all these "revolutions" and Pakistan. There was also a reason why Sudan was targeted.
     
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    I hear you.. but the context of all of that is wrapped in an attempt to ignite white
    fear of Obama.. and that is what puts a shadowy tinge on everything else he
    says.. their may be a couple of good apples in that bag of rotten apples
    but who wants to reach in there and find out..
     
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    During the 50s folks lived daiy with the fear of nuclear war,
    Kennedy's "12 days" was no conspiracy theory

    and McNamara, long after he retired in a visit to Casto,
    saidthat Castro tld hi tht not only di he have missiles but they had over 90

    now the US has missiles in Poland in nuclear one upsmanship

    Now today's China, is not the China of Chou en Lai and Mao, and the have no quams about losing 60% of the population nor do the vested elite onthe Beltway have any trepidation about losing NYC, Chicago and DC, in a protracted nuke war


    China emerged as the main supplier of military hardware to Pakistan. Today, nearly four-fifths of Pakistan’s main battle tanks, three-fifths of its warplanes, and three-quarters of its patrol boats and missile crafts are Chinese-made. Given its limited resources, Islamabad cannot afford to buy expensive American or Western arms and has therefore opted for cheaper, less advanced Chinese weapons in greater numbers. Moreover, Pakistan and China have an ongoing co-production project involving the manufacture of JF-17 Thunder fighter aircraft, similar to America’s versatile F-16.

    As a consequence, over the past decades a pro-China lobby has emerged in the Pakistani officer corps. It was therefore not surprising when, in the wake of the American raid in Abbottabad, Pakistani military officials let it be known that they might allow the Chinese to examine the rotor of the stealth version of the damaged Black Hawk helicopter left behind by the U.S. Navy SEALS. That threat, though reportedly not carried out, was a clear signal to the U.S.: if it persisted in violating Pakistan’s sovereignty and applying too much pressure, the Pakistanis might choose to align even more closely with Washington’s rival in Asia, the People’s Republic of China. To underline the point, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani traveled to Beijing two weeks after the Abbottabad air raid.

    Gilani’s three-day visit involved the signing of several Sino-Pakistani agreements on trade, finance, science, and technology. The highpoint was his meeting with Chinese President Hu Jintao. Following that summit, an official spokesperson announced Beijing’s decision to urge Chinese enterprises to strengthen their economic ties with Pakistan by expanding investments there.


    http://www.commondreams.org/view/2011/05/24-2
     
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