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Why the World Needs to Watch the India-Pakistan Nuclear Standoff

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  • “In contrast, attacks against Indian targets that originate in Pakistan have clear escalatory potential. They typically occur after New Delhi makes overtures to improve relations with Pakistan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made three such overtures. … Attacks on Indian military camps or consulates in Afghanistan followed after each of these overtures.” – Quote
  • Pakistan and India are/were part of the British empire. They are still owned/controlled by the Satanic bloodlines via western Illuminist intelligence agencies. Even, their own intelligence agencies: India RAW and Pakistan ISI are subservient to the CIA and MI6, IMO.
  • The reason why there is no peace between Pakistan and India, is because this is what the western Illuminati wants. It is all part of the Satanic WW3 plan to lay the foundation for the coming of the Anti-Christ. Whenever peace threatens to break out, western Illuminist intelligence agencies will go into action and foment terrorism, attacks … war. Emphasis mine:
  • Why the World Needs to Watch the India-Pakistan Nuclear Standoff
    by Michael KREPON, http://www.strategic-culture.org/
    Nuclear dangers are growing in five different regions. The least noticed is South Asia. New Delhi has not been able to figure out how to deal with militant groups that enjoy safe havens in Pakistan. So far, India’s options have been to do nothing after attacks or execute war plans that invite mushroom clouds. A third option, which involves commando raids, may now be coming into view.


    During seven decades of strained relations, Indian war planning has been downsized from fighting major conflicts to fighting limited conventional wars. Comparatively speaking, moving from limited conventional war to commando raids is a step in the right direction. But this progression offers little consolation when the potential for escalation is ever present, and when nuclear weapons serve as a backdrop to every military encounter.

    India’s classic war plan against Pakistan centered on large-scale, time-consuming mobilizations along two main fighting corridors. This plan didn’t help India after the “Twin Peaks” crisis, sparked by a brazen attack on the Indian parliament in 2001. India carried out a massive mobilization, but Pakistan’s army deployed faster after a delayed start, which made the prospect of a full-scale conventional war under the shadow of nuclear weapons a poor choice for New Delhi.

    War plans don’t go away; they evolve. India’s army then pivoted to plans for quick strikes and shallow advances along many possible avenues of attack. Rawalpindi countered by embracing nuclear weapons tailored for various kinds of battlefield use. The Indian Army’s so-called “Cold Start” doctrine remains on the books, even though implementation is problematic due to long-standing disconnects in civil-military relations, joint-military operations and military procurement. More importantly, a limited conventional war, no matter how carefully planned, may not stay limited. India’s civilian leaders have yet to endorse the army’s plans, and didn’t employ them after the 2008 Mumbai attacks.

    Since then, Pakistan has been more victimized by acts of terror than India. But because the perpetrators are overwhelmingly homegrown—and since they have refrained from attacking Indian targets—their carnage does not prompt war scares on the subcontinent.

    In contrast, attacks against Indian targets that originate in Pakistan have clear escalatory potential. They typically occur after New Delhi makes overtures to improve relations with Pakistan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made three such overtures. He invited Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to attend his inauguration in May 2014, he agreed in July 2015 to resume a composite dialogue on all outstanding issues, and he made an unannounced visit to Lahore bearing birthday and wedding gifts for Nawaz Sharif and his family on Christmas Day 2015.

    Attacks on Indian military camps or consulates in Afghanistan followed after each of these overtures. After the attack on the Indian military outpost at Uri last September, Modi dispensed with diplomacy and adopted a very hard line. The announcement of “surgical strikes” across the Kashmir divide followed, and were reinforced by pointed references to Pakistan’s jugular—stirring up greater disaffection in Baluchistan and revisiting the Indus Waters Treaty.

    Relations between India and Pakistan are now stuck in a bad place and have poor prospects of improvement in the near term. Bilateral diplomacy is limping along, the Kashmir Valley is seething due to ham-fisted governance and a lockdown by Indian security forces, and artillery fire can again be heard across the Kashmir divide.

    read more.
http://www.henrymakow.com/ghandis_role_in_the_illuminati.html

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/10/04/india-builds-underground-bunkers-on-kashmir-frontier-as-border-c/

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http://sputniknews.com/asia/20160724/1043540049/india-pakistan-nawaz-modi-kashmir.html

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http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/01/22/indian-police-warn-kashmir-residents-possible-nuclear-attack-advise-bomb/

The Illuminati is fomenting a nuclear war between India and Pakistan over Kashmir. Click on image to goto article.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/indian-police-warn-kashmiris-to-prepare-for-nuclear-war-8462251.html

The Illuminati is fomenting a nuclear war between India and Pakistan over Kashmir. Click on image to goto article.

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February 3, 2017 - Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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