NATO’s Bloody Attack On Pakistan: The Motive
In the early morning of Saturday 26 November two NATO Apache helicopters, an AC-130 gunship, and a number of fighter jets perpetrated a sustained and deadly attack on two Pakistani army border posts on the Afghan-Pakistan border. Located high on the Salala mountain ridge, the two army posts were brutally attacked for approximately two hours. In what was evidently a naked act of aggression, the US-led forces bombarded the border posts for forty-five minutes, left for twenty minutes, and subsequently returned – attacking for a further hour. Twenty-four Pakistani soldiers including two officers were murdered in the assault.
The sustained nature of the attack precludes the possibility of it being a mistake, as claimed by the U.S. government. The United States Military would have us believe that, with its world class communications and intelligence infrastructure, it mistakenly mauled an ally repeatedly for two hours, killing dozens. This is an utterly unfeasible theory. Further throwing this theory into question, it has been revealed that Pakistani forces were in constant contact with American forces throughout the attacks – informing them in no uncertain terms that they were attacking a Pakistani military position.(1)
As a direct result of the attack, U.S. forces are now facing an unprecedented crisis in Afghanistan.(2) Pakistan closed off U.S. supply routes to Occupied Afghanistan, leaving thousands of tonnes of NATO military equipment and fuel stranded in Pakistan, unable to reach its destination across the border. Knowing that this eventuality was not only predictable but inevitable, one has to ask why the U.S. chose to perpetrate the deadly attack.
The brazen and bloody assault on the Pakistani army can only be understood in light of the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), and the CIA’s ongoing war to destabilise the country. The TTP is a militant-terrorist group fostered by the CIA and India’s RAW, being used as a proxy force against the Pakistani nation as part of a ‘fourth generation war’.(3) The history of the TTP will be revisited in this piece.
Due to offensives mounted by the Pakistani Army and Air Force in the last 8-9 months the TTP had largely been pushed out of its relatively comfortable position in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas’ villages. As a result, the TTP terrorists fled to neighbouring Afghanistan’s mountainous border region; dwelling in caves and camps in far less favourable conditions. A series of Pakistani border posts were subsequently set up in the border region in order to prevent the TTP terrorists from re-entering from Afghanistan.(4) Uprooted from their bases in Pakistan and caught up amid Afghanistan’s savage, merciless winter, these precious CIA-RAW assets were being ‘decimated’, according to well-connected Pakistani analyst Syed Zaid Hamid.
Through their strategically-placed border posts, Pakistani forces were holding a line and preventing the TTP from re-entering Pakistan. The calculated and bloody U.S-led attack on these Pakistani border posts was nothing more than a pre-planned attempt to forge a path back into Pakistan for the withering CIA-RAW TTP terrorists.
Just as we have seen in the criminal, genocidal attack on Libya, NATO forces are providing military and logistical support to their ground-based proxy armies – in this case TTP terrorists. This is the essence of the strategy of ‘fourth generation warfare’(3) that is being used on Pakistan, in tandem with media manipulation, and the installation and maintenance of a corrupt puppet government.
Less than a month after the bloody 26 November attack on Pakistan’s border posts, NATO’s deadly support of its proxy terror army began to bear fruit. Several serious incidents tied to the TTP occurred in Pakistan’s border region. Notably the TTP bombed a Pakistani Rangers’ vehicle on December 9,(5) killing three Rangers and wounding four others.
On Friday, December 23, fifteen Pakistani soldiers were abducted from the Mulazi area of the northwestern Tank district. A local Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan commander confirmed that the soldiers were being held by TTP militants.(6)
The following day the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan carried out a suicide bombing in Pakistan’s north-western border region, wherein it rammed an explosives-laden vehicle into an Army camp. Nine Pakistani soldiers were killed in the attack, and nineteen were wounded when a building collapsed due to the blast. At the time of writing, more bodies are feared to be under the rubble.
On New Years Eve, one week after the abduction of 15 Pakistani soldiers from Mulazi, the TTP carried out one of its most animalistic attacks yet since its NATO-sparked ‘comeback’, blowing up a boys’ primary school in the Shahabkhel area of the Nowshera district in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province at dawn. The TTP has launched hundreds of attacks like this one, especially on female institutions, depriving thousands of Pakistani children from getting an education due to their parents’ fear of sending them to school and never seeing them again.(7) On the same day, taking a page straight out of the (to be discussed shortly) Zionist-Hindutvadi Dragon Policy, masked gunmen on motorcycles shot dead influential Shi’a religious leader Syed Muhammad Askari Raza in Karachi, causing a wave of protests against what demonstrators called “target killings”,(8) a clear indication that the articulately-awake Pakistani people were cognizant of ‘Israeli’ hands perpetrating the murder. The same motorcycle killers were responsible for the murder of beloved Sunni Mufti Abdul Samad Soomro in Gulbahar, respected Shi’a chief of the Sajjadia Scouts, Nayyar Zaidi in Orangi Town, and Dr. Saleem Kharal of Jinnah Hospital.(8)
Sources close to Syed Raza revealed that the killers and harbingers of chaos were none other than the TTP.(9) The motive was clearly to trigger sectarian war, a long-time goal of ‘Israeli’ policy-makers in the Knesset and Herzliya. Thankfully, the Pakistani people have rejected these cynical and orientalist attempts by the saboteurs to generate Muslim-on-Muslim bloodshed. Five days after the bombing and its attempts at provoking communal war in and around Karachi, in an act of pure, uncut, inhuman savagery, the TTP monstrously executed all of the soldiers that it had kidnapped on December 23rd, vowing to continue its aggression against the Islamic Republic of Pakistan until further notice.(10)
The Afghan Taliban and The Tehrik-I-Taliban Pakistan: Cut From A Completely Different Cloth
Psychological warfare being a central pillar of the ‘fourth generation warfare’ model, is now being unleashed on Pakistan and Afghanistan. Manipulation on the part of the Zionist-dominated mass media skews the facts surrounding these events in order to buttress the Anglo-American-Zionist narrative. This is demonstrated in the coverage of the December 24 attack. The Press Trust of India,(11) CNN,(12) and several other(13) Zionist news outlets manipulated the facts and attributed the attack to ‘The Taliban‘ rather than the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan.
The BBC was even more astounding in its dishonest attempts to mislead readers. A 24 December piece published on the BBC website(14) reported the fact that the suicide attack had occurred, and that nobody had thus far claimed responsibility. The sheer barefaced audacity of the BBC’s disingenuous reportage is revealed when one sees what the editor has chosen to directly connect with this story. Beneath the piece we see a section titled, ‘More on This Story’, wherein the reader is provided with a wealth of hyperlinks pertaining to the Afghan Taliban (including the standard Sunni-Shia sectarian rhetoric).
Startlingly, if the reader follows the link “Who are the Taliban?”, they are taken to a page(15) which unequivocally claims that the Taliban is “active in both Afghanistan and Pakistan“, and it “threatens to destabilise Pakistan, where they control areas in the north-west and have been blamed for a wave of suicide bombings and other attacks.”
This crude method of disinformation serves to delegitimise the righteous resistance in Afghanistan by blurring the line between the Afghan Taliban, and the CIA-RAW Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan – two completely separate groups. In geopolitical terms the Afghan Taliban has only domestic ambitions; it is fighting a war of liberation to free Afghanistan from foreign occupation. Conversely, the TTP is literally a proxy army of the American-Indian-Israeli nexus now seeking to destabilise and ‘soften-up’ Pakistan.
The American government has struggled to publicly justify its illegal, morally inexcusable occupation of Afghanistan due to the fact that ‘Al Qaeda’ – the ostensible enemy – is simply not there. Senior U.S. generals have admitted this in no uncertain terms. By pegging such terror attacks on ‘The Taliban‘ rather than the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan, the Zionist media demonises the Afghan Taliban, and portrays it as a terrorist group with extra-territorial ambitions. Thus for the Afghan war theatre the ostensible enemy morphs from ‘Al Qaeda’, into the Taliban resistance movement. This is the only way the criminal and utterly baseless war on Afghanistan can remain politically tenable.
Continues. PART II
References: See PART II