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Monday, December 13, 2010

Pipelinestan : Israelis puppets in India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan signed TAPI gas pipeline deal owned by israelis in Tel Aviv (Mehrav company)

Indian energy minister Murli Deora, Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari, Turkmen President Kurbanguly Berdymukhamedov and Afghan President Hamid Karzai after signing TAPI agreement in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, 11 December 2010

TAPI Pipeline - The Real Reason U.S. is in Af-Pak

By Christopher Bollyn,

TAPI Gas Pipeline Deal Signed

As I have reported since shortly after 9/11, the real reason for the U.S. invasion and occupation of Afghanistan is to build and secure a 1,080-mile long gas pipeline designed to carry trillions of dollars of Israeli-owned gas from Turkmenistan to Pakistan and India. The false-flag terror attacks of 9/11 were part of a strategic Israeli operation to bring the U.S. military into Afghanistan on a long-term mission on behalf of Israel’s Turkmen gas enterprise. 

 The Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) pipeline is the real reason that U.S. soldiers are fighting and dying in the southwestern Afghan provinces of Helmand and Kandahar.  9/11 was just the cover story for this pre-planned war of aggression - and it is nothing but a complete hoax.

The TAPI pipeline is planned to be built along the Herat-Kandahar highway across western and southern Afghanistan.  The route of the proposed pipeline is exactly where most U.S. troops are fighting and dying.  American, Canadian, and European boys are dying for Israeli profits.

On December 11, a preliminary agreement was signed in Turkmenistan’s capital, Ashgabat, by representatives of the four countries to proceed with plans for the American and Israeli-backed pipeline. Here are the basic points about the TAPI pipeline:
Construction of pipeline will be completed by 2014 (note this is the new end-date given for the U.S. military mission in Afghanistan, but don't believe it)

1,680 kilometer gas pipeline will supply 3.2 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day (much of this gas will come from Israeli/Mossad-owned gas fields in Turkmenistan, meaning immense profits for the Mossadniks who pulled of 9/11)
A Pakistani cartoon depicts their military chief as a Zionist stooge

U.S. GANGSTER DIPLOMACY - U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage threatened to bomb Pakistan "back to the stone age" unless it joined the fight against al-Qaeda.  General Musharraf said that Armitage delivered the threat to Pakistan's intelligence director.  "The intelligence director told me that Mr Armitage said, 'Be prepared to be bombed. Be prepared to go back to the Stone Age'," Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf said.  Armitage is most likely the diplomat who threatened the Afghan government two months before 9/11 - "You will either accept our carpet of gold or we will carpet-bomb you."
The C.I.A.'s armchair warriors bomb targets in Pakistan on a daily basis and the United States has 3,000 Special Forces in Pakistan, according to Zainab Cheema’s recent article about what the Zionist "War on Terror" and Mossad's TAPI project really mean for Pakistan:

Pakistan’s balkanization is just as much about keeping rivals out as it is about securing the best perch in the playground. The Iran-Pakistan Friendship pipeline (IP) in the works (formerly the Iran-Pakistan-India pipeline before the US weaned away India with its nuclear fuel deal) is planning its route through Balochistan. While Pakistan can occasionally make such inconvenient deals with a neighbor that Israel and the US are determined to exterminate, the groomed Balochi tribes would follow more the acceptable Karzai pattern of subservient obedience. Meanwhile, terrorizing the PK is laying the ground for the US’s own pipeline project snaking its way through Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI).

Sources and Recommended Reading:
Energy Resources - 'Saudi, Israel tie-up' in Turkmenistan, UPI, December 10, 2009
"US 'threatened to bomb' Pakistan", BBC News, 22 September 2006
“The War On Terror Is A Shortcut To Pakistan Army’s Impending Demise”, by Zainab Cheema, November 22, 2010
“$7.6bn TAPI gas pipeline project comes back to life”, Daily Times (Pakistan), December 12, 2010

“Turkmen natural gas pipeline Tapi to cross Afghanistan”, BBC News, December 11, 2010

“New Backing for Gas Line Through Asia”, by Andrew E. Kramer, New York Times, December 11, 2010

"Facing Reality in Afghanistan", by Christopher Bollyn, October 4, 2010
"U.S. Wounded - The Hidden Toll of Obama's Surge", by Christopher Bollyn, November 26, 2010
“Dying in Vain - Why Afghanistan?” by Christopher Bollyn, February 8, 2010

“Afghanistan - Obama's War for Israel”, by Christopher Bollyn, July 6, 2010

“The Spoils of War: The Minerals of Afghanistan”, by Christopher Bollyn, January 7, 2002

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