Newsbud Exclusive- Hypocrisy on Parade: US Punishes Pakistan for Supporting Taliban.

On January 4, the Trump administration announced it will suspend military aid to Pakistan. According to State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert, the government of Pakistan has not taken “decisive action” against the Taliban and the so-called Haqqani Network.

Additionally, the US placed Pakistan on a “Special Watch List” for “severe violations of religious freedom.”

On January 6, the Trump administration announced “all options are on the table” to deal with Pakistan, including siccing globalist organizations on the recalcitrant nation, including the IMF and United Nations.

The move reeks of hypocrisy. Not discussed is the fact the CIA and Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) collaborated on the formation of the Taliban and al-Qaeda. The Carter and Reagan administrations are largely responsible for funding, arming, and training the Afghan Mujahideen in the fight against the Soviets in Afghanistan. Forgotten is the role both agencies played in marshaling tens of thousands of radical Islamic fighters between 1985 and 1992 in Afghanistan.

“The CIA’s covert action in Pakistan and Afghanistan was the largest in the organization’s history since World War II,” Michael R. Szymanski writes for the Journal of the Indiana Academy of the Social Science. “By creating a monster in Afghanistan and throughout the Islamic fundamentalist world, the United States is now unable to regulate its actions.”

Regulation, however, is not required if the goal is “creative destruction” and the formation of an “Arc of Crisis,” as Zbigniew Brzezinski called the engineered social, religious, and political upheavals in “nations that stretch across the southern flank of the Soviet Union from the Indian subcontinent to Turkey, and southward through the Arabian Peninsula to the Horn of Africa.”

In 1979, the locus of this subversive plan began in Afghanistan, not only to undermine the Soviet Union, but also to seed a fundamentalist and violent Islamic movement across the region.

“For generations in both Afghanistan and the Soviet Muslim Republics the dominant form of Islam had been local and largely Sufi,” writes Peter Dale Scott. “The decision to work with the Saudi and Pakistani secret services meant that billions of CIA and Saudi dollars would ultimately be spent in programs that would help enhance the globalistic and Wahhabistic jihadism that are associated today with al Qaeda.”

According to Selig Harrison, an expert on US relations with Asia, the CIA and its ISI partner “actively encouraged” the formation of the Taliban. “The United States encouraged Saudi Arabia and Pakistan to support the Taliban,” adds author Ahmed Rashid. [READ MORE]
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