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Post time 2015-4-20 12:36:01 |Display all floors
AND THE MEEK SHALL INHERIT THE EARTH . . .

With Xi's visit to Pakistan, and $46 billion dollars worth of investments in road, rail and air transportation that re-open the Silk Road to the Mediterranean, China, after nearly one thousand years of being sealed off from the rest of Europe and Asia by hostile forces, finally has re-opened the Western Gates of Cathay.  Rest assured, China has no misgivings about Islam, or the Pakistan that believes in it, or Xi would not have wanted to visit this country and invest so much money in it.  What China needs its Islamic friends and neighbors to help it accomplish, is the disbanding of Western-backed Islamic extremist movements that use religion to mask their true Western agenda, which is to isolate China from the Middle East by land, exposing its trade routes to maritime interdiction in the Red Sea, Persian Gulf, Sea of Arabia, Indian Ocean, and South China Sea.  The question to ask about these Islamic extremist groups is not "what do they stand for?" which is subject to their own claims and lies, but rather, "whose interest do they serve the most?"  And the answer is all too clear for everyone to see.

Extreme Islamic fanaticism in the Middle East, in the Caucasus, in Africa, and in Southeast Asia, serve only one master and one purpose, which is to render all Islamic countries vulnerable to each other and external interventions, while at the same time, cutting off all other powers from the use of their land, air and sea for transport of people and goods.  That is why they get so many recruits from Western countries.  If these extremists were not nurtured in the West, who would be there for their new bosses in the Middle East to recruit?

Pakistan is a Muslim country, but its government is not beholden to Western interests, and therefore, it understands and recognizes the irrationality of the extremist "Islamic" fanatics in terms of their religion.  There is no reason that their religion should be used as a cover for such extreme acts of violence, other than that the real loyalties of the leaders of these extremist movements need to be hidden from the public eye - their Western loyalties and ROOTS, above all.



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seneca Post time: 2015-4-20 21:25
Ah yes, China was "cut off" from the rest of the world by the hostile decision of a state along th ...

Now, Seneca is admitting that "the Islamic State, Boko Haram, Hamas, Al Fatah, Al Quaeda are all bedfellows of bad Western guys".  Interesting.

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Post time 2015-4-21 14:41:53 |Display all floors
CHINA IS RE-OPENING THE WESTERN GATES OF CATHAY WHICH WILL PUT AN END TO PIRACY IN THE HIGH SEAS.  

However, even as we speak, we must realize that the last frontier of humanity is not the stars, but the Arctic and Antarctic regions, which is likely where the next global conflict will be waged, if not at the get-go, then at the final ending.  It is at the poles where virgin lands and rich undersea oil will be found on which the next global empire will be based.  Nevertheless, the events at the equator will determine the outcome of the conflict at the poles, much as supplies and reinforcements determine the fate of the front.

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seneca Post time: 2015-4-21 11:01
No, you liar - I haven't said a word about these guys being "bedfellows" of the West.

This is yo ...

The West's support of Islamic terrorists is easy to demonstrate.  Western media has been supporting Xinjiang Islamic terrorists up to this very minute.  The Xinjiang Islamic terrorist movement is in turn supported by the Taliban and through it, by the entiire network of Islamic terrorist organization.  This means, the West is on the same camp as the Islamic terrorist organizations that support the Taliban that support the East Turkestan Islamic Movement in Xinjiang.  How else can you explain the strange alliances noted above?

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Post time 2015-4-22 14:53:30 |Display all floors
Who benefits from the ETIM?  The West.  


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Post time 2015-4-22 19:02:41 |Display all floors
Good thing with this Silk Road idea. This will bring China, Pakistan, India and other in the region closer together, cooperating to prosper together, after centuries of being pitted against each other. Looks like there is some progress being made in changing the mindset of many in Pakistan, while there are still many who blindly hate their neighbours. While a majority of Indians would welcome this, there are still some left that need to learn to think along a positive line of cooperation and friendliness. The trend is good and promising. Credit to China for coming up with ideas and projects!
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Post time 2015-4-22 19:13:43 |Display all floors
abramicus Post time: 2015-4-22 16:53
Who benefits from the ETIM?  The West.

You can tell from the way Seneca is burning up with jealousy....

It is usually a good indicator of how good an idea it is for China and Pakistan. When he tries a cheap attempt at evoking his idea of Indian nationalism to insult Pakistan, it is a good example of the habit from the old colonial approach used in the past.

I think the idea of cooperation and friendship between China and any of its neighbors terrifies some. It is part of their nightmare! Sad for them that it is happening..
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