Voice of the White House November 30, 2007
TBR News.rog – November 30, 2007
“Two weeks ago, we got a long report on the fact that vital nuclear cores had been substituted in the Pakistani atomic arsenal. We left out names and official positions (of CIA personnel) for legal reasons but published the rest. We also sent copies to major Pakistani and Indian newspapers and to the press office of the Indian Embassy. We have had responses, in some cases from countries not directly involved and in many cases, have been able to have forwarded to the interested parties, information of a very specific nature we have been both unable and unwilling to make public on our site. Possession of the cores (which are not overly large or heavy) is the major step in constructing an atomic weapon.
Our sources stated that one bomb would be set off in Delhi in a densely populated (or occupied) area and/or the Indian government buildings area. We have had a considerable number of comments, not one of which said they disbelieved the information, and this particular one is being forwarded because it contains an article of additional interest.
It is interesting to note that our CIA and DoS put General Pervez Musharraf in power to replace the then Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif in a U.S. financed coup in 1999. We did this, according to three sources, because Sharif was promoting Pakistani nuclear programs and Musharraf promised to allow us to maintain at least nominal control over the weapons. Now, with the situation in Pakistan entirely out of the U.S. sphere in direct influence, it seems certain that our fears of nuclear weapons misuse in this theater are well on the way to realization.
What is truly interesting is that the American media has put a block on any reportage of even possible misuse of Pakistan atomic weapons and, in specific, has blocked any mention of the disappearance of these cores. A contact on a major Indian newspaper said that his government "entirely believed" these accusation, and ‘was deeply concerned to prevent any attack or attacks’ on their country. Of course Bush is concerned about this because so many American companies have moved their operations to India but in the end, there is not a thing he can do about it if a bomb goes off in a packed Indian city, killing far more than died at Hiroshima.
Given that the Taliban has been chasing the demoralized Pakistani army out of the Northwest Provinces, the political situation in our very dubious ally is reaching the critical point very quickly. Our State Department, led by the totally worthless Congoleeze Rice and the even more useless CIA are frantically trying to line up a new Paki general to take the country over to prevent a disaster.
Also note that the failure of Australian Prime Minister Howard to stay in office is putting a serious crimp in U.S. relations with India. In spite of contrary U.S. press reports, Howard was thrown out by the Australian electorate solely because of his butt-sucking attachment to George Bush. First Tony Blair, then the Polack and now the Aussie have gone. Bush is losing his international allies faster than his personal staff.
When the ship is filling with water, the rats swim away.
The new Prime Minister is cutting off the sale of Australian uranium to India. Now, they are selling it to China. Bush and Cheney are livid with rage, believe me. Bush pushed the sycophantic Howard into this but now, like all the rest of Bush’s shallow-minded plans, this too has crumbled like a soda cracker bridge in a strong rain.
He who sups with the Devil needs a long spoon “
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