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Maladito 12/03/2011 15:59


La colonisation a fait pas mal de saloperies. Mais à un moment donné, faut un peu arreter de trouver des excuses.
Dans 10.000 ans, on aura toujours droit à la meme excuses.
Qui plus est, qu'avant l'arrivée des blancs, ces régions étaient sous domination arabe.


Kim Jong ilien 15/01/2011 02:48


http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/julian-borger-global-security-blog/2010/may/11/pakistan-saudiarabia
"Pakistan's bomb and Saudi Arabia Western intelligence officials believe that Pakistan has pledged to provide nuclear weapons to Saudi Arabia in a Middle East crisis, but would Islamabad keep its
end of the bargain? According to western intelligence sources (the meeting was under Chatham House rules so I am not allowed to be more specific) the Saudi monarchy paid for up to 60% of the
Pakistani nuclear programme, and in return has the option to buy a small nuclear arsenal ('five to six warheads) off the shelf if things got tough in the neighbourhood."
L' alliance islamo confucianiste tant rêvée par les nons blancs:
http://www.southasiaanalysis.org//papers37/paper3628.html
"China-Pakistan Strategic Nexus: China Provides the Islamic Nuclear Bomb
China’s strategic nexus with Pakistan was not forged with a limited aim of playing balance-of-power politics with its Asian rival, namely India. China’s strategic nexus with Pakistan was forged
with much larger strategic aims, and that too focused on the United States.China’s strategic aims for forging a strategic nexus with Pakistan can be analysed as follows: (1) Transform United States
much flaunted staunch ally Pakistan into a strategic counter-pressure point against the United States itself (2) Acquire a strategic foothold on the North Arabian Sea in close proximity of the
Hormuz Straits by exploiting Pakistan’s geo-strategic location. China’s interest in Pakistani naval base of Gwadur backed by land access through China-built Karakoram Highway linking Xingjian to
Pakistan are evidence (3) Converting Pakistan into a Chinese military equipment client state with all its strategic implications.Most significantly, de-stabilizing the United States security and
strategic aims in South West Asia, China implanted “The Islamic Nuclear Bomb’ in this highly volatile region by equipping Pakistan with the same, along with long range delivery missiles. In the
process China not only earned the eternal gratitude of Pakistan but also a shackling strategic leverage over Pakistan. It added to China’s image as a staunch ally of the Islamic World.Courtesy
China and as China’s proxy, Pakistan embarked on nuclear and WMD proliferation to Islamic countries adversarial to the United States like Libya and Iran.China’s creation of Pakistan as a nuclear
weapons state with IRBMs (supplied by North Korea) was a strategic master-stroke aimed at United States overwhelming predominance in South West Asia. China thus with strategic callousness and
strategic irresponsibility initiated a nuclear arms race in this volatile region not only endangering United States strategic interests but global stability too.China-Saudi Arabia Strategic
Relationship: China Introduces Long Range Ballistic Missiles in Region China’s preying on Saudi Arabia’s strategic uncertainties went in for a repeat performance of China’s preying on Pakistan’s
strategic uncertainties. In both cases China’s predominant strategic aims was to draw out yet another United States staunch military ally from the American strategic orbit. While in the case of
Pakistan, the lure was a nuclear weapons arsenal with Chinese direct assistances, Saudi Arabia was lured by the supply of CSS-2 Intermediate Range Ballistic Missiles (IRBMs) with nuclear weapons
capability.China’s supply of over 50 CSS-2 IRBMs in 1988 with ranges nearing 2,800 km, initiated a missiles acquisition race in South West Asia. This was yet another example of China’s strategic
callousness and strategically irresponsible approach to South West Asia stability. While analyses at that time surmised that China’s supply of IRBMs to Saudi Arabia were prompted by energy security
needs, but it would be equally fair to argue that this was not the sole reason. Strategic imperatives were also underwriting the deal. With no geographical contiguity or proximity between China and
Saudi Arabia, this strategic partnership has been evolved primarily as a strategic counter-pressure point against the United States. Saudi Arabia went into this deal with great secrecy and behind
the back of the United States, at a time when their relations were good. US strategic analysts have opined that Saudi Arabia as the most pivotal state in the region has been the “most assiduous” in
cultivating China. Post 9/11, with Saudi Arabia being perceived by most Americans with suspicion, China receives enhanced strategic focus and political focus from Saudi Arabia. It was not without
reason that the Saudi Monarch’s first foreign visit was to China and the Chinese President has paid two visits to Saudi Arabia in a short span of three years. There is also a nuclear weapons angle
involved. CSS-2 missiles are not precise weapons but area weapons intended for nuclear weapons delivery. It was a graduated step by Saudi Arabia for ultimate acquisition of a nuclear weapons
arsenal. "


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