The Haqqani Network is a group of nationalists / freedom fighters hell bent on getting the U.S. and NATO out of their tribal regions and arer therefore seen as a threat to U.S. and NATO military domination in the region. Due to their unwillingness to cede their nation to globalist control, the Haqqani Network must be set up in order to justify a full-scale attack and invasion of Pakistan. The CIA, acting in the name of the Haqqani Network, will eventually gain access to Pakistan's nuclear arsenal and the reality of a nuclear World War III between the United States and Pakistan will likely come to fruition.
3. Pakistan & Nuclear Proliferation: If the U.S. government and the mainstream media are to believed, Pakistan is the greatest purveyor of nuclear proliferation on the planet. Should a nuclear type incident take place in the Unites States, Pakistan and the Haqqani Network will likely be blamed and a nuclear World War III will ensue.
4. The Old CIA (Haqqani) Network: Just as Osama bin Laden was heavily linked to the CIA, so too is the new Haqqani Network. The result of this marriage in terror is likely new and spectacular terror attacks that will take America to war against a nuclear armed Pakistan. The CIA, acting in the name of the Haqqani Network will eventually gain access to Pakistan's nuclear arsenal and the reality of a nuclear World War III between the United States and Pakistan will likely come to fruition.
OBAMACSI.COM: The mythical group known as Al Qaeda has run its course and the CIA has decided to recycle the terror network narrative that took America to war in Afghanistan and Iraq. As evidenced by the recent number of attacks linked to the alleged Haqqani Network, the next act of spectacular terror will no doubt be blamed on the new Pakistani terror group. The CIA has the Haqqani Network following the Al Qaeda playbook by attacking a U.S. embassies and military barracks, just as Al Qaeda did back in 1996 and 1998. These alleged Haqqani attacks came on the day before and the day after the 10th anniversary of 9/11. These two 9/11 anniversarry attacks will no doubt be touted as a declaration of war against the U.S. in the aftermath of a new false-flag attack on America.
Early "Al Qaeda" Attacks
1996, June: Truck bombing at Khobar Towers barracks in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, killed 19 Americans.
1998, August: U.S. embassies bombed in Kenya and Tanzania; 224 killed, including 12 Americans.
Eearly "Haqqani Network" Attacks
2011, September 10: Truck bomb explodes outside Combat Outpost Sayed Abad in Wardak province, Afghanistan, killing five Afghans, including four civilians, and wounding 77 U.S. soldiers, 14 Afghan civilians, and three policemen.
2011, September 12: US Embassy attack at NATO bases in Kabul. The 19 hour attack resulted in the deaths of 4 police officers and four civilians. 17 civilians and 6 NATO soldiers were injured. 3 coalition soldiers were killed. 11 insurgent attackers were killed.
Title: The Haqqani Network
Abstract: The Haqqani Network is an independent insurgent group originating in Afghanistan that is closely allied with the Taliban and supported by Pakistan's ISI. Maulvi Jalaluddin Haqqani along with his son Sirajuddin Haqqani lead the Haqqani network, which is based in the Afghanistan–Pakistan border areas. According to US military commanders it is "the most resilient enemy network" and one of the biggest threats to NATO and United States forces in Afghanistan. Some notable US officials have alleged that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) service has been enabling the network. Rehman Malik, Pakistan's Interior Minister, refuted the allegations and said that Pakistan had no relations with the network and that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) had "trained and produced" the Haqqani network and other mujahideen during the Soviet war in Afghanistan. Malik's statements were contradicted by the network's warnings against any US military incursions into North Waziristan and by the Pakistan Army's public acknowledgement of contacts with the Haqqanis
Alleged Haqqani Terror Attacks
1. January 14, 2008: 2008 Kabul Serena Hotel attack is thought to have been carried out by the network.
2. March, 2008: Kidnapping of British journalist Sean Langan was blamed on the network.
3. April 27, 2008: Assassination attempts on Hamid Karzai.
4. July 7, 2008: US intelligence blamed the network for 2008 Indian embassy bombing in Kabul.
5. November 10, 2008: The Kidnapping of David Rohde was blamed on Sirajuddin Haqqani.
6. December 30, 2009: Camp Chapman attack is thought to have been carried out by the network.
7. May 18, 2010: May 2010 Kabul bombing was allegedly carried out by the network.
8. February 19, 2011: Kabul Bank in Jalalabad, Afghanistan.9. June 28, 2011: According to ISAF, elements of the Haqqani network provided "material support" in the 2011 attack on the Hotel Inter-Continental in Kabul. The Taliban claimed responsibility.10. The Pentagon blamed the network for the September 10, 2011 attack: A massive truck bomb explodes outside Combat Outpost Sayed Abad in Wardak province, Afghanistan, killing five Afghans, including 4 civilians, and wounding 77 U.S. soldiers, 14 Afghan civilians, and three policemen. US Ambassador Ryan Crocker blamed the Haqqani network for a 11. September 12, 2011 attack on the US Embassy and nearby NATO bases in Kabul. The attack lasted 19 hours and resulted in the deaths of 4 police officers and four civilians. 17 civilians and 6 NATO soldiers were injured. 3 coalition soldiers were killed. 11 insurgent attackers were killed (Wikipedia, 2011).
Title: Afghan Official Ties Haqqani Network To Bombing
Date: October 31, 2011
Abstract: The investigation into the suicide bombing that killed 17 people on Saturday suggests it was the work of the Pakistan-based Haqqani network, an Afghan official said Monday.
"We have some contacts and some evidence on the ground and some information about the vehicles used and the people used," Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said, stressing that the results of the investigation were preliminary.
"This is another sophisticated attack by the operatives of the Haqqani network, and we are also optimistic to arrest some of their operatives in Kabul in the days ahead," he said.
However, a spokesman for international forces in Afghanistan, which lost nine troops in the attack, said they have no indications yet that the Haqqani network was involved.
"All we have seen so far is that the Taliban have claimed responsibility. That doesn't necessarily mean that it was them, but we have no other indications," said Brig. Gen. Cartsen Jacobsen. "The case has to be looked at."
Another International Security Assistance Force spokesman, Lt. Col. Jimmie Cummings, added that their intelligence at this point gave no indication of the involvement of the Haqqanis.
The Saturday attack killed 13 people in a NATO convoy and four Afghan civilians. Nine of the 13 were American, including five U.S. troops. The blast also claimed the lives of two British civilians, a Kosovo national and a Canadian soldier.
U.S. officials have been increasingly vocal about the threat posed by the Haqqani network in recent months, arguing the organization has ties to Pakistani intelligence and enjoys safe havens in the country from whence it is able to launch attacks across the border in Afghanistan.
In September, then-U.S. Joint Chiefs Chairman Adm. Mike Mullen called the Haqqani network a "veritable arm of Pakistan's intelligence."
A Pentagon report on the war in Afghanistan released last week said that the ability of insurgents to flee to safe havens in Pakistan was the biggest risk to the effort to stabilize Afghanistan after nearly a decade of war. The report singled out the Haqqani network as one that has carried out major attacks.
Founded in Pakistan to fight against the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan, the Haqqani network has been blamed for killing more than 1,000 coalition and Afghan forces, including attacks on the U.S. Embassy and other targets in Kabul.
Pakistani officials have rejected claims that they support the group, but acknowledge that they are in contact with it.
This month, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton acknowledged that U.S. representatives met with Haqqani officials to discuss the possibility of negotiations that would end hostilities (CNN, 2011).
OBAMACSI.COM: Pakistan, whether they know it or not, has been linked to almost every single major terror attack against the West over the last 20 years. The Pakistani Government, its ISI, Osama bin Laden, and alleged terrorists groups within Pakistan have plotted, financed, executed, numerous attacks. Unfortunately, given the trajectory of alleged terror attacks from Pakistan involving WMD‘s, a nuclear climax may be just around corner. A brief analysis of the following terror attacks show that Pakistan is set up to take the fall for a nuclear terrorist act, despite the fact that the majority of the terror attacks they are accused of were funded and directed by Western intelligence agencies such as Mossad, the CIA, the FBI, MI5, and MI6.
1. February 26, 1993: First World Trade Center Bombing in NY, NY, USA (Wikipedia, 2011)2. December 11, 1994: 12/11 Bombing of Philippine Airlines Flight 434 (Wikipedia, 2011)3. January 1995: Bojinka Plot (Assassination of Pope John Paul II and Bombing of 12 Airliners) (Wikipedia, 2011)4. August 07, 1998: 1998 United States Embassy Bombings in Africa (Wikipedia, 2011)5. November 12, 2000: U.S.S. Cole Bombing in Yemen (Wikipedia, 2011)6. September 11, 2001: 9/11 Terror Attacks in NYC & Washington D. C., USA (Wikipedia, 2011)7. December 22, 2001: Shoe Bombing of Flight 63, USA (Wikipedia, 2011)8. March 11, 2004: 3/11 Terror Bombings in Madrid, Spain (Wikipedia, 2011)9. July 07, 2005: 7/7: Terror Attacks in London, England (Wikipedia, 2011)10. July 11, 2006: 7/11/26 Train Bombings in Mumbai, India (Wikipedia, 2011)11. December 27, 2007: Assassination of Pakistani President Benazir Bhutto in Pakistan (Wikipedia, 2011)12. November 26, 2008: 26/11 Terror Attacks in Mumbai (Bombay), India (Wikipedia, 2011)13. March 03, 2009: Sri Lankan Cricket Team Terror Attack in Pakistan (Wikipedia, 2011)14. December 25, 2009: Christmas Day Bomber in Detroit, Michigan, USA (Wikipedia, 2011)15. December 30, 2009: CIA Terror Attack at Camp Chapman in Afghanistan (Wikipedia, 2011)16. May 01, 2010: New York City Times Square Bombing, NY, NY, USA (Wikipedia, 2011)17. July 11, 2010: 7/11 World Cup Bombing in Uganda, Africa (Wikipedia, 2011)18. May 01, 2011: Osama bin Laden Allegedly Killed in Pakistan (Wikipedia, 2011)
OBAMACSI.COM: If the U.S. government and the mainstream media are to believed, Pakistan is the greatest purveyor of nuclear proliferation on the planet. Should a nuclear type incident take place in the Unites States, Pakistan and the Haqqani Network will likely be blamed and a nuclear World War III will ensue.
The following incidents relating to nuclear proliferation have been linked to Pakistan in some way
1. 1982: China gives HEU (Highly Enriched Uranium) to Pakistan2. 1987: Pakistani A.Q. Khan starts international nuclear smuggling operation with alleged sales of nuclear information to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Sudan, North Korea, Iran and Libya3. 1989-1991: Pakistani scientists sell nuclear secrets to Iran4. 1997: Pakistani nuclear scientists meet with North Korea to exchange nuclear technical assistance in return for long-range missile technology5. May 2, 1998: Pakistan tests first Nuclear Bomb6. 2000: Pakistani nuclear scientists Bashiruddin Mahmood and Abdul Majid meet with Osama Bin Laden7. 2001: Just before 9/11, Pakistani nuclear scientists Bashiruddin Mahmood and Abdul Majid meet with Osama Bin Laden for a second time8. 2001: A Pakistani nuke is smuggled by Al Qaeda and shipped to America9. 2004: Pakistan buys three Agosta 90Bs Nuclear Submarines10. February 4, 2004: A.Q. Khan admits selling blueprints for nuclear weapons to Libya, North Korea and Iran11. 2007–2009: Terrorists attacked Pakistan„s nuclear facilities 3 times at 3 different locations12. February 5, 2009: Pakistani A.Q. Khan freed from house arrest13. January 17, 2010: Elite U.S. troops deployed to combat hijacked Pakistani nukes14. January 22, 2010: Pakistan rejects U.S. and U.N. nuclear disarmament attempts15. January 22, 2010: Lashkar-e-Taiba terror group target Pakistan„s nuclear scientists
OBAMACSI.COM: Just as Osama bin Laden was heavily linked to the CIA, so too is the new Haqqani Network. The result of this marriage in terror is likely new and spectacular terror attacks that will take America to war against a nuclear armed Pakistan. The CIA, acting in the name of the Haqqani Network will eventually gain access to Pakistan's nuclear arsenal and the reality of a nuclear World War III between the United States and Pakistan will likely come to fruition.
Title: Haqqani Network “Blue-Eyed Boy” Of CIA: Khar
Date: September 26, 2011
Source: The Hindu
Abstract: Reinforcing her reputation for issuing sharp rebukes, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar struck a defiant note in a war of words against the United States when she described the dangerous Haqqani network terror group as the “blue-eyed boy” of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.
Her comments, made to a news channel here in New York City on the margins of the recent United Nations General Assembly, came in the wake of an unprecedented exchange between the two countries following allegations that the Haqqani network was “a veritable arm of” the Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence.
That remark, made by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mike Mullen last week, led to stark warnings by Ms. Khar that the U.S. had to face the risk that it could “lose an ally” in the fight against extremism if it levelled such allegations against the Pakistani spy agency.
However, the Obama administration refused to back down following the Pakistani response and, instead, Pentagon Spokesman John Kirby retorted that there was credible evidence regarding at least two attacks in September, which showed that “the ISI continues to support and even encourages the Haqqanis to launch... attacks.”
Ms. Khar however lashed out on the role of the CIA, which most recently orchestrated the covert strike against Osama bin Laden on Pakistani soil. She said to Al Jazeera channel, “If we talk about links, I am sure the CIA also has links with many terrorist organisations around the world, by which we mean intelligence links.
In a remark that raised eyebrows in both New York and Washington Ms. Khar added, “And this particular network, which the U.S. continues to talk about, is a network which was the blue-eyed boy of the CIA itself for many years.”
Amidst signs that the overall bilateral relationship appears to be fraying and possibly on the cusp of a tectonic shift with heightened tensions, she however held out an olive branch.
“I just hope that we will be given a chance to cooperate with each other and the doors will remain open,” Ms. Khar said, adding that “statements like this are pretty much close to shutting those doors”.
Yet that statement too came with a veiled hint that there were limits to Pakistan’s patience with the U.S. “I think we must not be tested more than we have the ability to bear,” Ms. Khar cautioned (The Hindu, 2011).
Date: September 27, 2011
Abstract: Have you ever before heard of the Haqqanis? I didn’t think so. Like Al Qaeda, about which no one had ever heard prior to 9/11, the “Haqqani Network” has popped up in time of need to justify America’s next war–Pakistan.
President Obama’s claim that he had Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden exterminated deflated the threat from that long-serving bogyman. A terror organization that left its leader, unarmed and undefended, a sitting duck for assassination no longer seemed formidable. Time for a new, more threatening, bogyman, the pursuit of which will keep the “war on terror” going.
Now America’s “worst enemy” is the Haqqanis. Moreover, unlike Al Qaeda, which was never tied to a country, the Haqqani Network, according to Admiral Mike Mullen, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, is a “veritable arm” of the Pakistani government’s intelligence service, ISI. Washington claims that the ISI ordered its Haggani Network to attack the US Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, on September 13 along with the US military base in Wadak province.
Senator Lindsey Graham, a member of the Armed Services committee and one of the main Republican warmongers, declared that “all options are on the table” and gave the Pentagon his assurance that in Congress there was broad bipartisan support for a US military attack on Pakistan.
As Washington has been killing large numbers of Pakistani civilians with drones and has forced the Pakistani army to hunt for Al Qaeda throughout most of Pakistan, producing tens of thousands or more of dislocated Pakistanis in the process, Sen. Graham must have something larger in mind.
The Pakistani government thinks so, too. The Pakistani prime minister,Yousuf Raza Gilani, called his foreign minister home from talks in Washington and ordered an emergency meeting of the government to assess the prospect of an American invasion.
Meanwhile, Washington is rounding up additional reasons to add to the new threat from the Haqqanis to justify making war on Pakistan: Pakistan has nuclear weapons and is unstable and the nukes could fall into the wrong hands; the US can’t win in Afghanistan until it has eliminated sanctuaries in Pakistan; blah-blah.
Washington has been trying to bully Pakistan into launching a military operation against its own people in North Waziristan. Pakistan has good reasons for resisting this demand. Washington’s use of the new “Haqqani threat” as an invasion excuse could be Washington’s way of overcoming Pakistan’s resistance to attacking its North Waziristan provence, or it could be, as some Pakistani political leaders say, and the Pakistani government fears, a “drama” created by Washington to justify a military assault on yet another Muslim country.
Over the years of its servitude as an American puppet, the Pakistan government has brought this on itself. Pakistanis let the US purchase the Pakistan government, train and equip its military, and establish CIA interface with Pakistani intelligence. A government so dependent on Washington could say little when Washington began violating its sovereignty, sending in drones and special forces teams to kill alleged Al Qaeda, but usually women, children, and farmers. Unable to subdue after a decade a small number of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan, Washington has placed the blame for its military failure on Pakistan, just as Washington blamed the long drawn-out war on the Iraqi people on Iran’s alleged support for the Iraqi resistance to American occupation.
Some knowledgeable analysts’ about whom you will never hear in the “mainstream media,” say that the US military/security complex and their neoconservative whores are orchestrating World War III before Russia and China can get prepared. As a result of the communist oppression, a signifiant percentage of the Russian population is in the American orbit. These Russians trust Washington more than they trust Putin. The Chinese are too occupied dealing with the perils of rapid economic growth to prepare for war and are far behind the threat.
War, however, is the lifeblood of the profits of the military/security complex, and war is the chosen method of the neoconservatives for achieving their goal of American hegemony.
Pakistan borders China and former constituent parts of the Soviet Union in which the US now has military bases on Russia’s borders. US war upon and occupation of Pakistan is likely to awaken the somnolent Russians and Chinese. As both possess nuclear ICBMs, the outcome of the military/security complex’s greed for profits and the neoconservatives’ greed for empire could be the extinction of life on earth.
The patriots and super-patriots who fall in with the agendas of the military-security complex and the flag-waving neoconservatives are furthering the “end-times” outcome so fervently desired by the rapture evangelicals, who will waft up to heaven while the rest of us die on earth.
This is not President Reagan’s hoped for outcome from ending the cold war (Infowars, 2011).