China and America are locked into an economic pact of mutually assured destruction, if either side falls or falters, then the other side sinks as well. China and Pakistan are working on a pact of mutual assured opportunity. In their symbiotic relationship (a cooperative, mutually beneficial relationship between two people or groups), China needs the resources that Pakistan needs to sell, basically the same business arrangement shared by the US and China, only conducted with a less threatening intensity.
Obama must focus most intently on reversing the Bush policies towards US/Chinese relations, particularly attitudes about Chinese development projects in Pakistan and Afghanistan. The current policies are more in tune with Taliban sentiments towards Chinese development projects in the Frontier Region (which were demonstrated quite clearly through multiple kidnappings and murders of Chinese engineers) than with the desires of the government or the people of Pakistan. In a 2004 interview with Gulbuddin Hekmatyar in India's Frontline magazine, the Taliban leader blamed mercenary forces bought-off by the United States for the acts of terror directed at Chinese technicians:
It is not true. I cannot accept the responsibility if some miscreants have masterminded it at the U.S.' behest. I believe it is the handiwork of the Americans. They have used some greedy mujahideens for this inhuman act to defame the true mujahideens. I suspect that the Americans have also masterminded the killing of Chinese in Gwador, Baluchistan. The U.S. agenda is to malign jehad and jehadis. '
Bush policies were based on violence and threats to cut other nations out of the developing energy markets of the Caucasus Region. Obama must embrace a new path that not only accepts other nations sharing in the limited energy resources, but encourages them to help develop the infrastructure necessary to process and move the products. If Obama chooses to remain upon the path of confrontation over these resources that Bush and Cheney have set us upon then it can only lead to the intended neocon destination of world war III, the ultimate resource war. He is smart enough to understand that such a war cannot be won; whoever is left standing will have won nothing, for nothing is all that will remain.
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But, once again, the problem that remains in all this speculation is, how much freedom of action is Obama really allowed to have, anyway? The same as Bush, in that he is a creation of the money-masters (the grand designers of the evil play we are all trapped in), Obama can only do what he is told to do. He is, at best, an anti-hero (protagonist in motion pictures or literature who is conspicuously lacking in those qualities usually associated with heroism, but who often possesses a strength of character that others admire), someone whose character in the psycho-drama allows him to defend or represent the issues that are important to him personally, but is helpless to take a meaningful stand against the global dictatorship without being disempowered or killed.
As reported in the excellent analysis India feels the pain: The US begs Beijing for money:
"The Obama Administration has taken a page out of the Nixon playbook — build a relationship with China at the expense of India."
Also in that article is a reference to a Times of India report on an article written by Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari:
"China is therefore in a unique position to use these attributes to help its neighboring countries improve relations among and between themselves hellip;China is the glue holding the continent together - not only in terms of geography but in political and economic terms hellip;the Pakistan-China friendship is a comprehensive partnership. China has been instrumental in helping Pakistan develop its civil and military infrastructure, hellip; The port of Gwadar on Pakistan's Arabian Sea coast is a testament to China's friendship with Pakistan"
In another article in the Daily Times, Zardari effused even more praise on China:
"I wish one million Chinese were in Pakistan and one million Pakistanis were in China and take this relationship to another level."'
The depth of our problem in setting this objective of reaching the patriots of this land is best explained by pointing-out the fact that American patriots are blinded to any other reality and deaf to the words that we speak. They can never be reached solely by reason, they must be subtly persuaded by other means of two things pertaining to Pakistan and the war on terror, that all the jihadi terrorism that Pakistan's secret service (ISI) is currently being blamed for was a joint effort between them and the CIA, and the war on terror itself is a CIA-manufactured event.
This is the line from Bush, which he inherited from his predecessors, which Obama must break, if he has ambitions to fill the hero's role and save this free nation that has been clearly marked for extinction.
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