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CLASH OF CIVILIZATION REMAKING WORLD ORDER - Chapter 4- KALKI GAUR 

 

Chapter 4

Clash of Civilization Remaking World

Huntington’s Clash of Civilization

“Global Clash of Races-Diplomacy of Civilizations” © (2006) Kalki Gaur

4(0) Purport

(1) Arab Genocides on Pagans & Modernity

The clash of civilization in Islamic world is a clash of Wahhabi fundamentalism with moderate Islam caused havoc in Sudan, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kosovo and Bosnia. The Judeo-Christian fundamentalism fully backed the Semite Wahhabi Islamic fundamentalism and extremism arguing that the victory of Islamic fundamentalism is a victory of iconoclast patriarchal monotheism. The Papacy and Saudi Arabia supported Muslim genocides of pagans in Uganda during Idi Amin and ongoing genocide of pagan black Africans in Southern Sudan and Darfur. Just as Muslim Arabs caused genocide in Egypt, Syria and Libya and Persia during first centuries of Islam, the Wahhabi Muslim Arabs conspiring to destroy modern Islamic civilization to descend barbaric New Dark Age on Islamic world in the 21st Century. Muslims Arabs have committed genocides throughout history to impose Islam by sword, and they continue to do so even today in Southern Sudan and Darfur.

 

(2) Catholic Genocides on Pagans

Roman Catholic Church unleashed the genocidal clash of civilizations on Buddhist Indo-China, South Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, and Orthodox Ethiopia, and pagan Congo, pagan Rwanda, pagan Burundi, pagan Congo and throughout pagan black African tribes to impose Christianity by sword throughout the pagan Africa. Roman Catholic Church played a direct role in the genocide of two million Buddhists in Pol Pot-led Cambodia and in the genocide of 2 million plus pagan Ugandans during Idi Amin regime. Ultra-conservative under Pope John Paul II onwards promoting teleological eschatology to bring about Apocalyptic Armageddon wars between Christians and Muslims to descend New Global Dark Age on the Christian world as well as Islamic world during 21st Century.

 

(3) Sword of tolerant inclusive Protestantism

There is neither any Islamic world power nor any Catholic world power in the world today nor would any be any time in this Century. In the 21st Century clash of civilizations the tolerant civilizations shall militarily blunt the Swords of iconoclast Catholicism and iconoclast Islam, to impose tolerance and inclusion on Catholic and Islamic religious dogma and creed. The tolerant nations such as the United States and India shall prudently leverage the predominance of the sole super power to blunt the swords of the intolerant exclusive iconoclast patriarchal Religions of Swords. In the 21st Century a global alliance of the swords of inclusive tolerant religions and eclectic ideologies shall break the swords of exclusive intolerant religions and murderous ideologies, to give deathblows to forces of extremism, fundamentalism, murderous intolerance and tyrannies.

 

One. In 21st Century the Sword of inclusive tolerant Religions and democratic Ideologies is stronger than the Sword of exclusive intolerant iconoclast religions and murderous ideologies. In the 21st Century the civilizational Sword of diversity inclusion and tolerance namely, the Sword of Protestant America and the Sword of Hindu India in 2006 mightier than the Sword of Papacy as well as the Sword of Islam.

 

Two. Neo-conservatism advocates that the King of Reformed Christianity residing at the White House must leverage the might of Sword of inclusive tolerant Christianity to enforce reforms in Papacy, Roman Catholic Church, Orthodox Christian Church and Protestant Church to make Christianity inclusive tolerant religion again, as it was during the times of Jesus, Apostles and Gnostic Apostolic Christianity, to avert the specter of Apocalypse and Armageddon in the 21st Century.

 

Three. Neo-Conservatism wants the Christian hegemon at the White House to enforce that Gnostic Apostolic Gospels, such as Gospel of Judas, Gospel of Thomas, Gospel of Philip, Gospel of Mary Magdalene, Gospel of Sofia of Jesus Christ and Gospel of Truth are recognized as canonical Gospels in the Universal Christian Holy Bible. The Gospel of Judas resurfaced first time in 1700 years and for the first time the Protestant King is the preponderant Christian King of the world.

 

Four. The philosophers are better suited than priests to interpret the Scripture. The legislators are better suited than priests to decide on doctrinal controversies. The dictatorship of the priests is an evil concept. The sovereign states and sovereign empires have totalitarian powers and exercise political control over religion, religious clergy, religious scriptures and religious dogmas.

 

Five. Religions of Swords shall lose in the clash of civilizations, unless they undergo doctrinal Reformation, and give up their belief in the sword as propagator of religious beliefs. Time is up for Religions of Sword. The genocidal fires ignited by iconoclast patriarchal monotheist Religions of Fire and Sword, shall meet its match in mightier Sword of Reformation Mysticism spiritualism water tolerance inclusion and diversity.

 

(4) Catholic-Wahhabi-Crime Nexus

The growing nexus of Catholic fundamentalism and Islamic fundamentalism and Catholic Cocaine cartels and Sunni Heroin cartels threatens to descend looming Global Dark Age on the world in the 21st Century, unless remedial military or political actions are taken by tolerant inclusive civilizations such as the United States and India.

 

(5) India China leads the 21st Century of Asia

The rise of India and China is predestined. The civilizations of India and China represent more than one third of world population. The top four world largest economies of the world in are the United States, China, Japan and India. Neither Islamic civilization nor Catholic civilization can rival the dominance of American or Chinese or Indian civilizations now or any time in the foreseeable future.

These are the argument author makes in this chapter.

 

4(1) Talk Points

(1) Vatican Led Reagan Clinton Carter

Vatican’s Catholic interests determined foreign policies of the United States and NATO members in the 1980s and 1990s, and will continue to influence world politics in next two decades to AD 2020. The Soviet Union ceased to exist in the second half of the December 1991. The years after the Cold War, has witnessed the beginning of dramatic changes in the identities of the White race and the symbols of those identities. The Global politics began reconfiguring along cultural lines. The cultural identities, which at the broadest level are civilization identities, are shaping the patterns of conflict in the post-Cold War.

 

(2) Religion Defines Civilization

The Religion is the central defining characteristic of the Civilization. The great religions are the foundations on which the great civilizations rest. The major religions of the world are Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. The Religion determines the cultural and civilization identities. For the first time in history, global politics is multi- Civilization’s, and modernization is producing neither a universal Civilization based on a Universal Religion, nor the Westernization and Christianizing of non-Western societies. The balance of power among religious civilizations is shifting: the West and the Christianity are declining in relative influence. Buddhist, Hindu and Islamic civilizations are expanding their economic, demographic, military, and political strength. A New World order is emerging based on religious civilizations.

 

(3) Claim superiority to the West

The People in other non-western civilizations- Hindu, Orthodox, and Africa-may affirm the distinctive character of their cultures, but as of the mid-1990s, had been hesitant about proclaiming their superiority to Western Culture. Orthodox, Buddhist, Hindu governments do not have interstate organizations with membership based on Religion.

 

(4) Six Major Civilizations

The international system of the twenty-first century will contain following six major civilizations. They shall be (i) Protestant United States, (ii) Catholic United Europe, (iii) Orthodox Russia, (iv) Buddhist China, (v) Hindu India and (vi) Pakistan led Islamic World. In this new-world local politics is the politics of ethnicity; global politics is the politics of civilizations. The rivalry of the superpowers replaced by the clash of civilizations. Fifth, in the post-Cold War world, for the first time in history, global politics has become multipolar and mutli-Civilization’s.

 

(5) Western Expansion 1500-1900

From AD 1500 to 1900, Western nations also expanded, conquered, colonized, massacred, and decisively influenced every other Civilization. They also engaged in civilization’s wars that destroyed many indigenous civilizations. England and France fought war in India, and whosoever won the war ruled India. Anglo-Saxons competed with Spain and Portugal, but both massacred the native indigenous populations. They all promoted conversions to Christianity. It was like gangs of bandits ganging to rule the world, trying to parcel the world.

 

(6) India USSR Midwife to Decolonization

Khrushchev used nuclear deterrent and warned Britain and France to withdraw in 1956 Suez Canal Crisis, and Britain and France humbly withdrew. Britain and France ceased to be great powers, and the world downgraded their status to second-rate powers. It legitimized the Non-alignment movement. Nehru, Tito, Nasser and Sukarno were the leaders of the non-aligned nations. For the first time during the Cold War, from 1945 to 1991, the White Christian Soviet Union was willing to use its weapons to protect non-European nations against the colonial powers. Without the support of the Soviet Union and India, the colonial empire would not have disintegrated.

 

(7) Power of Non-Aligned World

During the Cold War the three most important groupings were: the First World led by America, the Second World led by the Soviet Union; the Nonaligned Third World led by India. These three blocs are the Western World, the Eastern World and the Southern World. The world was Tripolar from 1947 to 1962. The world became Bipolar from 1962 to 1991, after the Cuban Missile Crisis and India’s defeat in the 1962 India-China War. From 1947 to 1962, the three world powers were United States, Soviet Union and India, and Khrushchev and Jawaharlal Nehru determined the post Second World War to Cuban Missile Crisis age. President Kennedy’s aggressive policies in the Cuban Missile Crisis resulted in the defeat in America’s defeat in the Vietnam War in 1975, 13 years later.

 

(8) Christening of South Korea

South Korea historically was an overwhelmingly Buddhist country, with Christians number in 1950 perhaps 1 percent to 3 percent of the population. By 1980’s Christians, largely Presbyterians and Catholics were at least 30 percent of South Korea population. Tenth, the Cultural and religious conflicts are increasing and more dangerous today than any time in history and future conflicts will be sparked by cultural and religious factors, rather than economics or ideology. In addition, the most dangerous cultural conflicts are those along the fault lines between the civilizations. (The Clash, p. 28). In the post-Cold War world, states increasingly define their interests in Civilization’s terms. They cooperate with any ally themselves with states with similar or common culture and are more often in conflicts with countries of different culture. States define threats in terms of intentions of other states. These intentions and how they are perceived, is powerfully shaped by cultural considerations,

 

(9) Superiority in Applying Violence

The West won the world not by the superiority of its ideas, values, or religion (to which few members of other civilizations were converted) but rather by its superiority in applying organized violence. Westerners often forget this fact; non-Westerners never do. Catholics would attempt a world conquest in the 21st Century, exploiting the military defeat of Iraq in 2003. Twelfth, in large measures the rise of the West depended upon the exercise of force, upon the fact that the military balance between the Europeans and their adversaries overseas was steadily tilting in favor of the former. The key to West’s success in creating the first truly global empires between 1500 and 1750 depended upon precisely these improvements in the ability to wage wars, which have been termed the military revolution.

 

(10) Christendom & Western Culture

European Christendom began to emerge as a distinct civilization in the eighth and ninth centuries. Between eleventh and thirteenth centuries, West European culture began to develop, facilitated by the transfer of knowledge from higher civilizations of Islam and Byzantine based East Roman Empire. During the same period Hungary, Poland, Scandinavia, Slovenia, Croatia converted to Catholicism. During twelfth and thirteenth century, the Catholics struggled to control Spain. The end of the fifteenth century witnessed the final Christian conquest of Iberian peninsular the effective Catholic dominance of the Mediterranean. The conquest of the Eastern Christianity by Ottoman Turks resulted in the Renaissance and the Industrial revolution in Europe. The end of the eighteenth century saw a retraction of direct European control in Americas, as first the United States, and then Haiti and then most of Latin America revolted against European rule and achieved independence.

 

(10) Inter-Civilization Wars (1500-1648)

For 150 years (1500-1650) before the Treaty of Westphalia (1648), the Europe was dominated by inter-civilization’s wars of Europe, by the religious Great Schism between the Vatican and Orthodoxy, and by religious and dynastic wars. For another 150 years following the Treaty of Westphalia, (1650-1800) the conflicts of Europe were largely among princes-emperors, absolute monarchs and constitutional monarchs. Beginning with the French Revolution the principal lines of conflict were between nations rather than princes. This nineteenth-century pattern lasted until First World War. Because of the Russian Revolution of 1917, the conflict of Ideologies, the conflicts of Fascism, Communism and Liberal Democracy, until the end of the Second World War supplemented the conflict of nation states. In the Cold War after 1945, the conflict of two superpowers was the conflict between communism and liberal democracy. Neither the United States nor the Soviet Union was a nation state in the traditional European sense. Both defined its identity by its ideology. The Nonaligned nations led by India, defined conflicts of nation states, as the conflict between ex-colonial powers and newly independent states.

 

(11) Living Languages

The living languages periodically undergo realignment and re-construction to express the identity and contours of the dominant Civilization. Language realigned and reconstructed, to accord with the identities and contours of civilizations. As power diffuses, the Babelization spreads. Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan have shifted from the Cyrillic script to the Roman script. Tajikistan has adopted Arabic Script. The Serbs have shifted from Roman Script to the Cyrillic script. The Croats are purging Turkish and Arabic words.

 

(12) Population of Religions

The Catholics and Protestants together represented 26.9 percent of world population in 1900 and 30 percent in 1980. Muslims increased dramatically from 12.4 percent in 1900 to 16.5 or 18 percent in 1980, to 17.1 percent in 2000. Hindus represented 12.5 percent of world population in 1900, 13.3 percent in 1980 and 13.5 percent in 1985 and 13.7 percent in 2000. The Chinese Folk and Buddhists represented 31.1 percent in 1900. Buddhists minus Taoists minus Chinese folk represented 7.8 percent of world population in 1900, 6.4% in 1970, 6.2 percent in 1985 and 5.7% in 2000. A major shift toward Christianity occurred in South Korea. The percentage of Christians in the world peaked at about 30 percent in the 1980s, leveled of, is now declining and will probably approximate about 25% of the world population by 2025. The proportion of Muslims in the world will continue to increase dramatically, amounting to 20% of the world population by 2000, and probably account for about 30 percent of world population by 2025.

 

(13) Rise of Christian civilization

The Western European Christian Civilization emerged in the eighth and ninth century. It did not begin to modernize until the seventeenth and eighteenth century. The West was the barbarian West, long before it became modern. Eighteenth, India was the world’s sixth largest industrial nation in 1945. In 1950, the West accounted for roughly 64 percent of the gross world product; by 1980, this proportion had dropped to 49 percent. By 2013, the West will account for only 30% of the world product. In 1991, four (4) of the seven (7) largest economies of the world belonged to non-Western nations: Japan (in second place), China (third), Russia (sixth), and India (seventh). In 1992, the United States had the largest economy of the world, and the top ten economies included those of five Western countries plus the leading states of five other civilizations: China, Japan, India, Russia, and Brazil. In 2020, plausible projections indicate that the top five economies will be in five different civilizations, and the top ten economies will include only three Western countries. This relative decline of the West is, of course, in large part a function of the rapid rise of East Asia

 

(14) Torn Russian Civilization

Russia has been a torn country for several centuries since Peter the Great, divided over the issue whether it is part of the Western civilization or core of the distinct Eurasian Orthodox civilization. There is a danger that Russia may become Western, and the Orthodox civilization may cease to exist, it Vatican succeeds in its scheme. During 1689-1725, Kievan Rus and Muscovy existed separately from the West and had little contact with the West, Roman Catholicism, Feudalism, the Renaissance, the Reformation, and the Enlightenment. The Classical Greek legacy, which came to Russia via Byzantine, was quite different from Greek legacy that which came to the West directly from Rome. Russian civilization is a product of its indigenous roots in Kievan Rus and Muscovy. The lesson of Russian history is that the centralization of power is the prerequisite to social and economic reform. In Russian history Peter became the hero of the Westernizers and the Satan of their opponent.

 

(15) Bolshevism was a Western Plot

Bolsheviks created powerful ties to the West, as Marx and Engels were Germans and most writers of Bolshevik views were West Europeans. Bolshevik Russia became closer to and more intimately involved with the West than any previous time in Russian history. Although the ideologies of liberal democracy and communism differed greatly, both parties speak the same language. The Vatican and the Bolsheviks, Catholics and Communists had the same common enemy, the Eastern Orthodox Christian Church. The Vatican and Chinese Communists have the same common enemy, the Taoism-Buddhism. The Vatican, Nehru, Mahatma Gandhi, the Socialist Congress Party, and Indian Communists have the same common enemy, the fundamentalist, nationalist Hinduism. The Vatican and the Kemal Pasha had the same common enemy, the Sunni Islamic fundamentalism. The Vatican and the Harry Lee or Lee Kwan Yew of Singapore had the same common enemy, the Taoist-Buddhist Monks. The Vatican, Sun Yatsen and Chiang Kai sheik had the same common enemy, the Taoism and Buddhism. The Vatican, Sonia Gandhi, Muslim League, and Indian Communists have the same common enemy, the fundamentalist nationalist Hinduism. The Vatican and Solomon Jayawardane of Sri Lanka had the same common enemy, the Hinduism. The Vatican, Burmese military Junta, and Chinese have the same common enemy, the powerful Buddhist monks. The Vatican, Christian Pol Pot, Cambodian Khmer Rouge had the same common enemy, the Buddhism, and Buddhist monks. The Vatican and South Vietnam’s Christian President Diem, the Buddhist Monks. The Vatican and Communist Pathet Lao had the same common enemy in Laos, the Buddhist monks. The Vatican and Gorbachev had the same common enemy, the Russian Orthodox Church.

 

(16) Is Russia a distinct Civilization?

With the collapse of the Soviet Union, the debate over Russia’s true-identity reemerged in full vigor. Should Russia become a part of the West? Alternatively, does Russia embody a distinct Orthodox and Eurasian civilization with a unique destiny to link with Asia and link Orthodox civilization with Hindu, Buddhist, and Islamic civilizations? India should support Slavophiles, nationalists, Euro-Asianists and derzhavniki. India should oppose Westernizes, cosmopolitans, and Atlantists. India should convince President Vladimir Putin that Russia should reject the Atlantist course, and promote an appreciable redistribution of Russian resources, options, ties, and interests in favor of Asia in the eastern and southern direction. Russia is a unique Eurasian civilization. Eastern Christian Church should develop closer spiritual links with Hinduism, to join forces to bring down the worldwide dominance of Catholic Church.

 

(17) Cultural Lines & Global Politics

Spurred by modernization, global politics reconfigures along cultural lines. Peoples and countries with similar cultures are coming together. Alignments defined by ideology and superpower relations are giving way to alignments defined by culture and civilization. Political boundaries are re-drawn to coincide with cultural ones, ethnic, religious, and Civilization’s. Cultural communities are replacing Cold War blocs, and the fault lines between civilizations are becoming the central lines of conflict in global politics.

 

(18) Egypt was World’s Cultural Center

The Emperor of the Western Roman Empire hated the Eastern Roman Empire, Byzantine Empire, because the residents of Constantinople called the inhabitants of the Western Empire, barbarians. Alexander the Great, representing the Greek Empire conquered the world but removed his capital to Alexandria because Egypt was the cultural center of the world. In rage, Julius Caesar ordered the Great Library of Alexandria to burn, to destroy the opulence and knowledge of Egypt. Why otherwise any civilized person leave Alexandria to live in barbarian Rome. Princess Anna Comnena observed, when the First Crusade reached Constantinople. It seems like the entire West, including all the tribes of the barbarians living beyond the Adriatic Sea to the Pillars of Hercules started a mass migration. They are on the march, bursting forth into Asia in solid mass, with all its belongings.

 

(19) Vatican threat to Orthodoxy

The Vatican Pope has emerged as the principal threat to the Orthodox world. The pope has brought down the Eastern Bloc and the Great Schism would resurface as the Vatican-Orthodoxy World War in the decade of the next millennium. The Pope was central to ending the communist regime in Poland. Twenty-fifth, a new fault line is emerging, a basically cultural divide between Western Europe marked by western Christianity (Roman Catholic or Protestant), on the one hand, and the Eastern Europe marked by eastern Christianity, on the other. The new cultural division in Europe is replacing the Iron Curtain as the ancient cultural fault line between East Europe and West Europe. It places the lands of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire, as well as Poland and the Baltic States within the Western Europe. It places the Balkan Orthodox countries in the Eastern Europe. This is a great religious divide between the Eastern and Western Churches. Broadly speaking, between those people who received their Christianity from Rome directly or through Celtic or German intermediaries, and those in the East and Southeast to whom it came through Constantinople (Byzantine).

 

(20) Yankee designs on Australia

The United States wants to conquer Australia and make it a part of NAFTA. America wants to expand NAFTA into a North American-South pacific (NASP) arrangement including the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Such grouping would reconcile culture and economics and provide a solid and enduring identify for Australia that will not come from futile efforts to make Australia Asian.

 

(21) Europe Declined During Cold War

During the Cold War, Europe as a whole did not exist. Catholic Poland, Hungary, East Germany and Czech Republic were in the Warsaw Pact. Establishing the eastern borders of the Catholic-Protestant civilizations has been the principal challenges confronting the West in the post-Cold War world. Who is a European and hence as potential member of the European Union, and NATO? The most compelling and pervasive answer to this question is provided by, the great historical line that has existed for centuries separating Catholic-Protestant Christianity from Orthodoxy and Sunni. This line dates back to the division of the Roman Empire in the fourth century and to the creation of the Holy Roman Empire in the tenth century. It has been in roughly its current place for at least five hundred years. Beginning in the north, it runs along the borders between Russia and Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania. The Eastern boundary separates western Belarus from Orthodox eastern Belarus, separates Uniate West Ukraine from Orthodox eastern Ukraine, and separates Transylvania Romania with Catholic Hungarian population from Orthodox eastern Romania. The eastern boundary separates Catholic Slovenia and Catholic Croatia from Orthodox Serbia, Montenegro, and Muslim Bosnia. In the Balkans, this line coincides with the historical division between the Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman empires. It is the cultural border of Europe. In the post-Cold War world, it is also the political and economic border of West and the East. The Civilization’s paradigm thus provides a clear-cut and compelling answer to the question, confronting west Europeans: Where does Europe end? Europe ends where Western Christianity ends, and Islam and Orthodoxy begins. It is necessary to recognize the distinction, blurred during the Soviet years, between Central Europe and Mittleuropa and Eastern Europe proper.

 

(22) Greater China a Cultural Realty

Greater China is thus not simply an abstract concept. It is a rapidly growing cultural and economic reality and has begun to become a political one. The economy of East Asia is increasingly China-centered and Chinese-dominated. Chinese from Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore have supplied much of the capital responsible for the growth of the mainland in the 1990s. Overseas Chinese elsewhere in Southeast Asia dominate the economies of these countries. In the early 1990, Chinese made up 1 percent of the population of the Philippines but were responsible for 35 percent of sales of domestically owned firms. In Indonesia in mid 1980s, ethnic Chinese population was 2-3 percent of the total population, but owned roughly 70 percent of the private domestic capital. Seventeen of the twenty-five largest businesses were Chinese controlled. In early 1990s, the ethnic Chinese populations was 10 percent of the population of Thailand, but owned nine of the ten largest business groups, and were responsible for 50 percent of its GNP. Chinese are about one-third of the population of Malaysia but almost totally dominate the economy. Outside Japan and Korea, the East Asian economy is a Chinese economy.

 

(23) Inter-Civilization War of Core States

The rise of China is the potential source of a big inter-Civilization’s war of core states. The history of Western Civilization is a history of the hegemonic wars between rising and falling powers. The missing hegemonic war in Western history is that between Great Britain and the United States. Presumably, the peaceful shift from Pax-Britannica to the Pax-Americana was in large part due to the close cultural kinship of the two societies. The absence of such kinship in the shifting power balance between the West and China does not make armed conflict certain but does make it more probable. While bandwagoning may be more common a characteristic of Asian civilizations, the rise of Chinese could generate balancing efforts from states in other civilizations, such as the United States, India and Russia.

 

(24) Chinese Expansions

Chinese expansion via immigration could also become expansion by the military, if China decided that it should attempt to reclaim Mongolia, which the Russians detached from China after World War I, and which was for decades a satellite. At some point, the yellow hordes, which have haunted Russian imagination since the Mongol invasions, may again become a reality.

 

(25) Preeminent Power of East Asia

China as the dominant regional power in East Asia challenges American interests. The underlying cause of conflict between America and China is their basic difference over what should be the future balance of power in East Asia. For two thousand years, China was the preeminent power in East Asia. Chinese increasingly assert their intention to resume that historic role and to being to an end the overlong century of humiliation and subordination to the West and Japan that began with British imposition of the Treaty of Nanking in 1842.

 

(26) Cold Peace –Cold War – Trade War

Cold peace, cold war, trade war. Quasi war, uneasy peace, troubled relations, intense rivalry, competitive coexistence, and arms races: these phrases are the most probable descriptions of relations between entities from different civilizations. Trust and friendship will be rare. Civilizations are the ultimate human tribes, and the clash of civilizations is a tribal conflict on a global scale. Connections between states of different civilizations inherited from the past, such as Cold war military alliances, are likely to attenuate or evaporate. Hopes of inter-Civilization’s partnerships will remain unrealized. Emerging inter-Civilization’s relations would approximate a condition of Cold Peace that Boris Yeltsin warned could be the future of relations between Russia and the West.

 

(27) Arab Islamic Expansion

The initial Arab-Islamic sweep outward from the early seventh (7th) to the mid eighth (8th) century (600-750), established Muslim rule in North Africa, Iberia, the Middle East and Persia. For two centuries (800-1000) or so the lines of division between Islam and Christianity stabilized. Then in the late eleventh (11th) century Christians reasserted control of the western Mediterranean, conquered Sicily, and captured Toledo. In 1095, Christians launched the Crusades. For a century and a half Christian potentates attempted, with decreasing success, to establish Christian rule in the Holy Land and adjoining areas in the Near East, losing Acre, their last foothold there, in 1291. Ottoman Turks first weakened Byzantine and then conquered most of the Balkans as well as North Africa, captured Constantinople in 1453, and besieged Vienna in 1529. The spread of Islam in the seventh century was accompanied by massive migrations of Arab peoples, the scale and speed of which was unprecedented, into the lands of the Byzantine and Sassanian Empires. The Ottomans made one last push besieging Vienna again in 1683. For almost a thousand years from the first Moorish landing in Spain to the second Turkish siege of Vienna (1683), Europe was under a constant threat from Islam. Islam is the only civilization, which has put the survival of the West in doubt, and it has done that at least twice in 1529 and 1683. The Christians gradually recovered Iberia, completing the task at Granada in 1492. In the course of a century, the Ottoman Empire the scourge of Christendom transformed into the sick man of Europe.

 

(28) China – India Rivalry

The underlying power rivalry between the two Asian giants, and their self-images as natural great powers and centers of civilization and culture will continue to drive them to support different countries and causes. India will strive to emerge, not only as an independent power center in the multipolar world, but also as a counterweight to Chinese power and influence. Over time, the cooling of US-Pakistan relations and their common interest in containing China are likely to bring the United States and India closer together. The expansion of Indian power in Southern Asia cannot harm US interests and could serve them.

 

(29) Global War of Core States

A global war involving the core states of the major civilizations is highly improbable but possible. A more dangerous source of a global civilization’s war is the shifting balance of power between civilizations and their core states. If it continues, the rise of China and the increasing assertiveness of this biggest player in the history of man will place tremendous stress on international stability in the early twenty-first century. The emergence of China as the dominant power in East and Southeast Asia would be contrary to American interests as have been historically construed. Given this American interest, how might war between the United States and China develop? Assume the year is 2010.

 

(30) Third World War

Professor S.P. Huntington’s scenario of the third world war forecasts that with the West, Russia, China, and Japan devastated to varying degrees, the way is open for India, if it escaped such devastation even tough it was a participant, to attempt to reshape the world along Hindu lines. The great beneficiaries of the war of civilizations are those civilizations, which abstained from it. The global power would now shift from North to the South.

 

Thirty-fifth, the United States, NATO and West European nations formulated their foreign policies during 1945-1999, primarily to promote the religious interests of Catholicism and Protestantism. While Western media expected Russia, China, and India to adopt secular non-Religious foreign policy, they themselves pursued policies to promote Christian religious interests even at the cost of their national interests. United States sent troops to Korea and Vietnam neither to contain Communism not to contain China. On the contrary, United States engineered Communist victories in South Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, to undermine the victory of Buddhism. United States promoted the hegemony of Communists by engineering the Christian-Communist alliance. Whether India, China, and Russia like or not, Western Christendom pursued Christian interests in India, Southeast Asia, Far East and Russia. The seminal writings of Professor Samuel P. Huntington explained that post-1945 foreign policies of the Western world primarily promoted the interests of Western Christendom. Hindu, Buddhist and Eastern Orthodoxy should respond to the threat of Western Christendom by pursuing Civilization’s interests of Hinduism, Buddhism and Orthodoxy, respectively. This is the purpose of the author, in summarizing the comments of Dr. Huntington.

 

4(2) Clash of Civilizations

(1) Prof. SP Huntington's Forecast

Professor Samuel P. Huntington explains in following pages that the Religion and Civilization’s interests determined the foreign policies of Catholic and Protestant nations in the twentieth century. First, Vatican’s Catholic interests determined foreign policies of the United States and NATO members in the 1980s and 1990s, and will continue to influence world politics in next two decades to AD 2020. The Soviet Union ceased to exist in the second half of the December 1991. The years after the Cold War, has witnessed the beginning of dramatic changes in the identities of the White race and the symbols of those identities. The Global politics began reconfiguring along cultural lines. The cultural identities, which at the broadest level are civilization identities, are shaping the patterns of conflict in the post-Cold War.

 

(2) New Age of Religious Wars:

The Religion is the central defining characteristic of the Civilization. The great religions are the foundations on which the great civilizations rest.” (The Clash of Civilization, p. 47) The major religions of the world are Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. The Religion determines the cultural and civilization identities. For the first time in history, global politics is multi- Civilization’s, and modernization is producing neither a universal Civilization based on a Universal Religion, nor the Westernization and Christianizing of non-Western societies. The balance of power among religious civilizations is shifting: the West and the Christianity are declining in relative influence. Buddhist, Hindu and Islamic civilizations are expanding their economic, demographic, military, and political strength.

 

A New World order is emerging based on religious civilizations. The Vatican's universalistic pretensions increasingly bring it into conflict with Orthodoxy, Buddhist and Hindu civilizations. The survival of the Western civilization depends on Americans and West Europeans reaffirming their secular nationalist identities, defined on non-Catholic terms. The survival of the Western Civilization also depends on the Vatican's acceptance that Christianity is not the only Universal Religion in the world. And that Catholic Pope is not the representative of Gods of Orthodox, Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist and tribal civilizations, who account for more than 75% of the world population. Avoidance of a global war of religions depends on world leaders accepting and cooperating to maintain the multi-Civilization and multi religious character of global politics.

 

(3) Hinduism & Buddhism under Assault:

The Hindu and Buddhist civilization is under severe assaults of Christian nations, primarily because Hindus and Buddhist do not retaliate against Christianity. “People in other non-western civilizations- Hindu, Orthodox, Africa-may affirm the distinctive character of their cultures, but as of the mid-1990s, had been hesitant about proclaiming their superiority to Western Culture. (The Clash of Civilizations, p. 102).” Hindu and Buddhist civilizations can check Christian threat by promoting inter-state organizations based on religion. “Orthodox, Buddhist, Hindu governments do not have interstate organizations with membership based on Religion. (The Clash of Civilizations, p. 176)”

 

(4) Hindu-Buddhist Civilization’s Allies:

Professor Huntington is wrong in arguing that “ the virtual extinction of Buddhism in India and Buddhism’s incorporation into existing culture in China and Japan means as follows. That Buddhism, although a major religion has not been the basis of a major civilization.” (The Clash, p.48) He also agreed in the Preface that he became involved in seminars and meetings focused on “the Clash” with academics, government and business leaders except India. “These discussions exposed him to all the major civilizations except Hinduism.” (The Clash of Civilizations, p.14) The purpose of Kalki Zeus is to extend the basic framework of the “the Clash” to include the role of Hindu and Buddhist civilizations, that account for 45 percent of the world population. The emergence of Buddhist Law, Falun Gong sect, headed by Li Hongzhi, suggests that Buddhist government may acquire political power in the post-Communism China, after 90 years of Christian and Communist rule. It would be similar to Hindu nationalist government that came to power in India in 1998; 50 years after India became independent. The hypothesis of Clash of Civilizations in the Age of Civilization’s wars recommends that Hindu India and Buddhist-Taoist China should become close Civilization’s allies in the Civilization’s wars, to compete with the Western Christendom. Chinese and Indian people also follow the religion of Goddess. China refuses to allow the Vatican any control over Chinese Catholic Church. China does not accept Pope as the real head of the Church in China. Hindu India should adopt Chinese policies towards the Vatican. The Vatican should no longer control the property of Indian Catholic Church. India should not recognize the Pope, as the real head of the Indian Catholic Church.

 

(5) India-Pak War

Both India and Pakistan have developed and deployed tactical nuclear weapons. In the Clash of Civilizations India and Pakistan belong to the common Aryan heritage and have common language, culture and food habits. Any India-Pakistan War helps Western Christendom and harms Islamic Civilization. The Clash of Civilizations would recommend that India help Urdu-speaking Pakistan lead the Arab-speaking Islamic world, as it would project the influence of the South Asians in the Arab world. The deep Civilization’s bonds rules out any India-Pakistan nuclear war. Could Hindu India align with Islamic World to keep Catholic Church out of Asia and Africa? Hindu and Islamic civilizations are not on a collusion course. Muslims form a significant percentage of population in Italy, France, United States and Germany. Hindu India might support the election of a Muslim President of France or United States, or a Muslim Prime Minister of Italy or Britain.

 

(6) Hindu-Orthodoxy Alliance:

Hindu India should exploit Catholic-Orthodox Civilization’s wars. NATO merciless bombing of civilian targets in Serbia caused the loss of over $40 billion to civilian and industrial infrastructure. Now onwards Catholics and Protestants would remain entangled in the Vatican-Orthodoxy’s Civilization’s war, till one side is annihilated. Roman Catholics aligned with Ottoman Turks to destroy Eastern Christianity and the Byzantine Empire. Orthodox nations should align with non-European powers, to restore the European balance of power. The balance of power between the Western Christendom and Eastern Orthodoxy will promote peace. Hindu India should support Orthodox nations in this ongoing civilization war. Orthodox Serbia will provide a foothold for Hindus in Europe. Muslim Bosnia will provide a European foothold for Shiite Iran. Muslim Kosovo will provide European foothold for Nuclear Pakistan. The ongoing civilization’s war in Balkans would project the influence of the land powers of South Asia in Balkans, the geopolitical soft-belly of Western Europe. Would the armies of South Asia retrace the land route followed by Alexander the Great, during his invasions of India?

(7) Six World Civilizations

The international system of the twenty-first century will contain following six major civilizations. They shall be (i) Protestant United States, (ii) Catholic United Europe, (iii) Orthodox Russia, (iv) Buddhist China, (v) Hindu India and (vi) Pakistan led Islamic World. In this new-world local politics is the politics of ethnicity; global politics is the politics of civilizations. The rivalry of the superpowers replaced by the clash of civilizations. (The Clash of Civilization, p.28) For forty-five years, the Iron Curtain was the central dividing line in Europe. That line has moved several hundred miles east. It is now the line separating the peoples of Western Christianity, on the one hand, from the Muslim and Orthodox peoples on the other. (The Clash of Civilization, p.28) The threats of the Cold War era appear to be modest when compared to the threats of the Religious Wars. The end of the Cold War released the cultural and Civilization’s forces. After the Cold War, the world is entering the Age of Civilization’s wars and Religious Wars.

 

(8) Clash during Cold War

In the post-Cold War world, for the first time in history, global politics has become multipolar and mutli-Civilization’s. (The Clash of Civilization, p.21) The Cold War ended on December 1991 after the disintegration of the Soviet Union. With the beginning of the modern era, about AD 1500, global politics assumed two dimensions. First, for more than four hundred years, 1500-1900, the nation states of the West constituted a Multipolar international system within Western civilization and interacted, competed and fought wars with each other. Second, at the same time from AD 1500 to 1900, Western nations also expanded, conquered, colonized, massacred, and decisively influenced every other Civilization. They also engaged in civilization’s wars that destroyed many indigenous civilizations. England and France fought war in India, and whosoever won the war ruled India. Anglo-Saxons competed with Spain and Portugal, but both massacred the native indigenous populations. They all promoted conversions to Christianity. It was like gangs of bandits ganging to rule the world, trying to parcel the world. Even Russians had tortured the indigenous native Siberians, not very different from Anglo-Saxons treatment of the Native Americans.

 

Suez War Legitimized Non-Alignment

President Gamal Nasser, of Egypt in early 1950s had nationalized the Suez Canal and Britain and France invaded Egypt thinking that they were the victorious Allied Powers of the Second World War fame. Khrushchev used nuclear deterrent and warned Britain and France to withdraw. Britain and France humbly withdrew. Britain and France ceased to be great powers, and the world downgraded their status to second-rate powers. It legitimized the Non-alignment movement. Nehru, Tito, Nasser and Sukarno were the leaders of the non-aligned nations. For the first time during the Cold War, from 1945 to 1991, the White Christian Soviet Union was willing to use its weapons to protect non-European nations against the colonial powers. Without the support of the Soviet Union and India, the colonial empire would not have disintegrated. Soviet Union became the vanguard of the anti-Colonialism front, as it reasoned that the Socialist revolution has fundamentally transformed the Russian Czarist Empire. Orthodox Soviet Union played an important role in the de-colonization process of the Protestant and Catholic Empires. The Vatican organized the alliance of the Catholic and Protestant nations to disintegrate the Soviet Union. The Vatican argued that the disintegration of the Orthodox Soviet Empire would enable the Catholic and Protestant powers to recreate colonial empires in Africa and Asia. Vatican wanted to use military to force open Buddhist and Hindu civilization for Christian conversions.

 

(9) Catholic Protestant Wars:

The Age of Civilization’s war began during 1999, when NATO Air Force launched bombing campaigns in Serbia. The Vatican, Catholics and Protestants launched the full scale Infrastructure War, War of Deprivations, Urban Annihilation War, and Civilization’s war on Belgrade and Serbia. The dismemberment of Yugoslavia is a classic case of the Civilization’s war. Catholic and Protestant powers militarily invaded Yugoslavia to carve out Sunni Bosnia and Sunni Kosovo states. The Vatican had engineered the secession of Catholic Slovenia and Catholic Croatia from Yugoslavia. The war in Bosnia did not open the eyes of the world. The barbaric bombardment of civilian, infrastructure, utilities and industrial targets in Belgrade, convinced the world that the world including Europe has entered into the age of Civilization’s wars, and Religious Wars.

 

ORTHODOX-HINDU-BUDDHIST RESPONSE: The underlying principals that justified the NATO bombing of Serbia would apply in other regions of the world. NATO may also intervene in Kashmir, Tibet or Chechnya. Thus, the war has implications for Hindu India and Buddhist China. The leading States of Orthodox, Hindu and Buddhist worlds, face the common threat from the Catholic-Protestant military alliance. Hindu Civilization will align with Buddhist civilization to face the common threat of White Christian European powers. India will join the inter-European wars and inter-Christianity wars, and support Orthodox Christians. That Hindu India and Muslim Pakistan have declared their nuclear weapon status complicates the situation. The Civilization’s wars of the future will take place in Europe, along the great fault line separating the Orthodoxy from Western Christendom.

 

(10) Nine World Civilizations:

The Civilization’s wars in the future will be fought among following Civilizations: (1) Catholic, (2) Protestant, (3) Sunni, (4) Orthodox, (5) Hindu, (6) Buddhist, (7) Shiite, (8) Tribal Animist African, and (9) Inca & Maya Civilization. In the Civilization’s wars, the main players will be three Christian, one Buddhist, one Hindu, and two Muslim civilizations. The civilization of indigenous African tribal religions and indigenous American civilization would also play major roles. Catholic civilization has aligned with Protestant civilization to create a common from of Western Christendom civilization. The Catholics and Protestants will fight as one Civilization’s front in the coming age of civilization’s wars. Sunni Muslim civilization will support the Catholic and Protestant civilizations. Catholic, Protestant, Sunni and Judaic people have a common identity as the descendents of Abraham. Hindu Civilization will support Orthodox civilization in its war against Protestant and Catholic civilizations. Hindu civilization will develop alliance with Buddhist, Tribal African and Indigenous American civilizations, to develop a common defense against Catholic, Protestant and Sunni Civilization’s assaults.

 

(11) Religious Conversions:

The issue of religious conversions has motivated the global Civilization’s alliances. Catholic and Protestant join hands to promote conversions amongst Russians, Indians, Chinese, Tribal Africans and Indigenous Americans. Sunni Muslims, Catholics and Protestants forcibly convert tribal Africans, in Sudan, Congo, Rwanda, Burundi, and in other parts of black Africa. Tribal Africans and Tribal Americans are under assault from Catholic, Protestant and Sunni missionaries. Buddhism is under tremendous pressure from the Vatican and Denominations. The common thread binding the Hindu, Buddhist, Animist African, Native American Religions is the worship of the Almighty Goddess and the Sun worship. Hindu Indian civilization should provide full support to the Buddhists against Christian conversions. Hindu India desires that a Buddhist government should govern China in the post-Communism era. Hindu India should support the revival of the advance religions of Indigenous Americans. Hindu civilization encourages the worship of spirits, animals and other tribal form of worship prevalent in Africa. Hindu god Ganesha is an elephant and Hindu god Hanuman is a monkey. Hindus worship sun god, similar to the worship of sun by indigenous Americans.

 

(12) Tribal African Religions:

A very sizeable percentage of African people follow the tribal animist religions. The Civilization’s war in Africa is the result of Catholic, Sunni and Protestant missionaries rushing to convert black African believers of ancient tribal animist pagan religions. The World facts and maps by Rand McMally 1996 give the following estimate of the population of Africa who is neither Christian nor Muslims and who follows the ancient animist polytheist tribal African Religion of many gods and goddess. The percentage of Black Africans exclusively following native tribal religion is in Angola (47%) of the population, Benin (70%), Botswana (50%), Burkina Faso (65%), Burundi (32%), Cameroon (51%), Central African Republic (24%), Chad (23%), Congo (48%), Ivory Coast (63%), Equatorial Guinea (17%), Ethiopia (12%), Ghana (38%), Guinea (7%), Guinea Bissau (65%), Kenya (18%), Lesotho (20%), Liberia (70%), Madagascar (52%), Mali (9%), Mozambique (60%), Niger (20%), Nigeria (10%), Papua New Guinea (49%), Rwanda (25%), Sierra Leone (30%), South Africa (57%), Sudan (25%), Swaziland (40%), Tanzania (33%), Togo (70%) and in Uganda (18%) of the population. Africa will be the main theater of Civilization’s wars as Christians and Muslims would use military force to convert black African followers of tribal religions. The Tribal African civilization is preparing for the coming Civilization’s wars by preparing the Black African people to reject the religion of the Slave Traders. Armed Slave traders had imposed Islam and Christianity on Black Africans. European and Arab Slave traders militarily destroyed the superior African civilizations and religions. Hindu civilization would support the tribal African civilization in their ongoing civilization’s wars against Christianity and Islam.

 

(13) Religions’ Demography Causes War

The Clash of Civilizations heralds a new age of Civilization wars, whenever the missionary activities result in the demographic balance of religions. South Korea is an example that Buddhist nations are under assault of the Vatican. “South Korea historically was an overwhelmingly Buddhist country, with Christians number in 1950 perhaps 1 percent to 3 percent of the population. By 1980’s Christians, largely Presbyterians and Catholics were at least 30 percent of South Korea population.” (The Clash, p.98-99).

 

The purpose of American Army in South Korean military bases had been to entice Korean Buddhist girls into prostitution or marriage as the prelude to converting them into Christians. American military bases in South Korea have created a boom industry of prostitution around the camps and in the cities. Prostitutes and their children becomes Christian to avoid social ostracism. A large military base with over 50,000 American soldiers, periodically on rotation has been the principal cause of the Christianizing of South Korea. Similarly, the large American military base in Japan also converted many Japanese women into Christianity. Rampant prostitution around military camps in the Vietnam War was the principal cause of rapid growth of Christianity in Vietnam. A permanent American military base in Kuwait, with 50,000 troops would transform Kuwait into a Christian state in ten years. The Christian missionaries exacerbate civilization’s wars, by disturbing the demographic balance of religions.

 

4(3) Vatican’s Religious wars

(1) Three World Blocs:

During the Cold War the three most important groupings were: the First World led by America, the Second World led by the Soviet Union; the Nonaligned Third World led by India. These three blocs are the Western World, the Eastern World and the Southern World. After the USA-NATO Bombing of Serbia, Yugoslavia, the world has been regrouped as follows. The five principal actors in the civilization’s wars are the following five. (1) The Catholic-Protestant worlds led by the United States and United Europe. (2) An Orthodox world led by Russia and Serbia. (3) A Hindu world led by India. (4) An Islamic world led by Pakistan. (5) Buddhist world led by China and Japan. The world is increasingly becoming Bipolar again, as Catholic, Protestant and Sunni worlds are uniting in a global alliance to convert the world to Christianity or Islam. Catholic, Protestant and Sunni nations have invaded the Orthodox Christian Yugoslavia, to carve out Sunni Islamic States of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo. War on Kosovo is a war of the Vatican, to destroy the military power of the orthodox Christianity in the Adriatic Sea. The NATO invasions would result in a global realignment of civilizations. The Orthodox, Hindu and Buddhist civilizations would align to check the menace of the growing alliance of the Catholic, Protestant and Sunni civilizations. The Vatican provides the unifying center of the Catholic, Protestant and Sunni alliance. Anti-Papacy fervor would provide the unifying force binding the Orthodox, Hindu and Buddhist civilization, in the civilization war against the Vatican led coalitions.

 

(2) Hindu-Orthodoxy Alliance:

Hindu India should enter the European war to defend Orthodox Serbia. If India has to fight NATO, then it is better for India to fight the war in Europe. The third world war will occur along the Catholic-Orthodoxy civilizations’ historical fault line in the Europe. NATO bombings of civilian infrastructure in Serbia may force Serbs to steal Russian nuclear weapon technology and nuclear warheads and missiles to use them against Saint Paul’s Cathedral in Vatican-Rome. A Limited Nuclear Option (LNO) exercised by aggrieved Serbs will deter the Vatican's imperial ambitions. Serbia has stolen 85 tactical nuclear weapons from the Soviet Union, during the chaos immediately after the breakup of the Soviet Union.

 

(3) Vatican Causing Religious Wars:

The Cultural and religious conflicts are increasing and more dangerous today than any time in history and future conflicts will be sparked by cultural and religious factors, rather than economics or ideology. In addition, the most dangerous cultural conflicts are those along the fault lines between the civilizations, (The Clash, p. 28). In the post-Cold War world, states increasingly define their interests in Civilization’s terms. They cooperate with any ally themselves with states with similar or common culture and are more often in conflicts with countries of different culture. States define threats in terms of intentions of other states. These intentions and how they are perceived, is powerfully shaped by cultural considerations, (The Clash, p. 34). Hindu nationalist government of India would seek closer relations with the Buddhist nations of East Asia. Common civilization bonds would cement closer military relationship between India and China. Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam and Cambodia had been the part of Greater Hindu civilization of Asia. India would make a common cause with Cambodians who suffered massacre, at the hands of Christian Khmer Rouge troops, who targeted Cambodian Buddhist Monks to expedite the Christianizing of Cambodia.

 

(4) Religion in World Politics:

Religion would increasingly determine the world politics in the next Century. Human history is the history of civilizations. Religion determines the nature of civilizations. State borders have become increasingly permeable. Nation states have been the norms in Europe since the Treaty of Westphalia in 1648, which challenged the Holy Roman Empire and challenged Papal claim for supranational loyalty. The Vatican exacerbated the partition of Catholic Slovenia and Catholic Croatia from Orthodox Yugoslavia and was the first state to accord recognition. The Vatican is the cause of the misery and bloodshed in the Balkans. The Vatican pushed NATO invasions of Yugoslavia, and it signals the emergence of an international order more closely resembling that of medieval times. The Vatican would influence the foreign policies of the United States and United Europe. The United States fought the Vietnam War not to promote secular national interests in Southeast Asia, but to promote Christianity. Catholic President Diem of South Vietnam refused the support of Buddhist Monks to jointly fight atheist Communists. On the contrary, he used military force against Buddhist monks and temples. The United States expanded the war in the Neutral Cambodia and Laos, primarily to destroy the Buddhist political and cultural infrastructures. Anti-Vatican alliances would determine the response of the Orthodox, Hindu and Buddhist worlds against the Catholic and Protestant worlds. In case America becomes the bulwark of the Vatican, then the Orthodox, Hindu and Buddhist worlds would become hostile to the United States.

(5) Civilization’s Massacres:

The West won the world not by the superiority of its ideas, values, or religion (to which few members of other civilizations were converted) but rather by its superiority in applying organized violence. Westerners often forget this fact; non-Westerners never do. (S.P. Huntington, The Clash of Civilization, p.51) Catholics would attempt a world conquest, unless the US-NATO invasions in some future war meet the defeat, similar to that of the Vietnam War and Afghanistan War. The real danger in the Clash of Civilizations is that the victor may annihilate the defeated civilizations. The Vatican has declared a war on Orthodoxy, Hinduism and Buddhism. The Second and Third World should pool their military resources, to blunt the military superiority of the United States in the land warfare.

 

(6) Military Technology & Asia:

In large measures the rise of the West depended upon the exercise of force, upon the fact that the military balance between the Europeans and their adversaries overseas was steadily tilting in favor of the former. The key to West’s success in creating the first truly global empires between 1500 and 1750 depended upon precisely these improvements in the ability to wage wars, which have been termed the military revolution. (The Clash, p.51) NATO air bombardments in Serbia do not highlight the superiority of the Catholic ideas or values or morality or religion. NATO by barbaric invasions seeks to deny Orthodox Serbia a direct access to the Adriatic Sea. The failure of the US-NATO Air Power to win the ground war in the mountainous Kosovo would signal the decline of the maritime powers. The recent advances in military revolution like GPS technology, cellular phones, all terrain vehicles, night vision goggles, shoulder launched antiaircraft missiles has turned the balance in favor of light mobile infantry. India should militarily support Serbia against NATO troops, because the defeat of NATO would be the defeat of Sea Powers and Air Powers. India is a Land Power. India should trace the path of Greek Emperor Alexander, to project Indian land power in the Balkans. The defeat of Yugoslavia would herald the new age of Colonialism in the twenty-first century. Land powers of the world should militarily help Serbia, to defeat the maritime European powers, in the War of Kosovo. Nuclear India should not allow the conquest of Yugoslavia, by the Vatican led US-NATO troops. Should Russia allow Serbia to steal Russian nuclear weapons and missile technology, to retaliate against Chinese theft of nuclear weapons secrets from the US nuclear labs?

 

(7) Rise of West in Ninth Century:

European Christendom began to emerge as a distinct civilization in the eighth and ninth centuries. Between eleventh and thirteenth centuries, West European culture began to develop, facilitated by the transfer of knowledge from higher civilizations of Islam and Byzantine based East Roman Empire. During the same period Hungary, Poland, Scandinavia, Slovenia, Croatia converted to Catholicism. During twelfth and thirteenth century, the Catholics struggled to control Spain. The end of the fifteenth century witnessed the final Christian conquest of Iberian peninsular the effective Catholic dominance of the Mediterranean. The conquest of the Eastern Christianity by Ottoman Turks resulted in the Renaissance and the Industrial revolution in Europe. The end of the eighteenth century saw a retraction of direct European control in Americas, as first the United States, and then Haiti and then most of Latin America revolted against European rule and achieved independence. The Monroe Doctrine put an end to the direct European rule in Americas. European and former European colonies in the Americas controlled 35% of the earth surface in 1800, 67% in 1878 and 84% in 1914. In 1800, the British Empire consisted of 1.5 million square miles and 20 million people. By 1900, the British Empire included 11 million square miles and 390 million people. In the course of European expansion, the Catholic Spaniards destroyed the Native American Andean Inca and Mesoamerica's Maya and Aztec civilizations. Europeans also subjugated Indian, Islamic and African civilizations. The Vatican would again attempt the subjugation of non-Christian civilizations, if NATO succeeds in defeating the Orthodoxy in Kosovo.

 

(8) Conflict of Ideologies:

For 150 years (1500-1650) before the Treaty of Westphalia (1648), the Europe was dominated by inter-civilization’s wars of Europe, by the religious Great Schism between the Vatican and Orthodoxy, and by religious and dynastic wars. For another 150 years following the Treaty of Westphalia, (1650-1800) the conflicts of Europe were largely among princes-emperors, absolute monarchs and constitutional monarchs. Beginning with the French Revolution the principal lines of conflict were between nations rather than princes. This nineteenth-century pattern lasted until First World War. Because of the Russian Revolution of 1917, the conflict of Ideologies, the conflicts of Fascism, Communism and Liberal Democracy, until the end of the Second World War supplemented the conflict of nation states. In the Cold War after 1945, the conflict of two superpowers was the conflict between communism and liberal democracy. Neither the United States nor the Soviet Union was a nation state in the traditional European sense. Both defined its identity by its ideology. The Nonaligned nations led by India, defined conflicts of nation states, as the conflict between ex-colonial powers and newly independent states. The breakup of the Soviet Union has resulted in the United States as the sole Super Power. In the late twentieth century, it has blossomed in the widespread and parochial conceit that the European civilization of the West is now the universal civilization of the world. (The Clash, p.55) NATO invasions of Yugoslavia, is an attempt by the Vatican to impose Catholicism as the universal civilization of the world. President Monroe by Monroe Doctrine undermined direct European rule over Hispanic American colonies. Bill Clinton by launching NATO strikes in Yugoslavia seeks to impose the Vatican as the universal civilization in the multiCivilization world of the twenty-first century. The Vatican, NATO and the United States have emerged as the principal threat to the world in the next Century. The alliance of the Catholic, Protestant nation has emerged as the evil Empire.

 

(9) Linguistic Wars of Scripts:

The living languages periodically undergo realignment and re-construction to express the identity and contours of the dominant Civilization. Language realigned and reconstructed, to accord with the identities and contours of civilizations. As power diffuses, the Babelization spreads. (The Clash of Civilization, p. 64) Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan have shifted from the Cyrillic script to the Roman script. Tajikistan has adopted Arabic Script. The Serbs have shifted from Roman Script to the Cyrillic script. The Croats are purging Turkish and Arabic words.

 

(10) Population Wars

The Catholics and Protestants together represented 26.9 percent of world population in 1900 and 30 percent in 1980. Muslims increased dramatically from 12.4 percent in 1900 to 16.5 or 18 percent in 1980, to 17.1 percent in 2000. Hindus represented 12.5 percent of world population in 1900, 13.3 percent in 1980 and 13.5 percent in 1985 and 13.7 percent in 2000. The Chinese Folk and Buddhists represented 31.1 percent in 1900. Buddhists minus Taoists minus Chinese folk represented 7.8 percent of world population in 1900, 6.4% in 1970, 6.2 percent in 1985 and 5.7% in 2000. A major shift toward Christianity occurred in South Korea. The percentage of Christians in the world peaked at about 30 percent in the 1980s, leveled of, is now declining and will probably approximate about 25% of the world population by 2025. The proportion of Muslims in the world will continue to increase dramatically, amounting to 20% of the world population by 2000, and probably account for about 30 percent of world population by 2025.

 

(11) Military Bases help Christian Conversions:

Permanent military bases in Asia have significantly contributed toward Christian conversions. The United military bases in the Philippines, Vietnam, Japan, South Korea has converted a large number of Buddhists. The United States maintained 500,000 troops in Vietnam War, and the troops caused the births of more than a million mixed Vietnamese. Vietnamese Buddhists ostracized the mixed Vietnamese-American race so these mixed-blood Vietnamese peoples had no option but to become Christians. The large number of prostitutes required to serve the military bases expedited Christian conversions. The large permanent military base in South Korea has given birth to a very large number of Korean Americans who become Christians. The Vietnam War created very large number of Buddhist prostitutes in Thailand. It has been a significant factor for Buddhist conversions to Christianity in Thailand. The US military bases in Japan produced large numbers Japanese Geishas and prostitutes who later became Christians and joined the ranks of Japanese Americans. NATO intended to send 200,000 troops as peacekeeping force in Kosovo, who would need around 200,000 prostitutes a year. Therefore, it is likely that all girls in Albania and Kosovo will eventually become Christians via the prostitution route. Similar demographic change might be underway in Bosnia-Herzegovina. It is possible that Albania and Bosnia would become Catholic nations if the NATO peacekeeping force stays over a decade in the region. Saudi Arabia and Kuwait oppose the permanent presence of US troops on their land, primarily because it would erode their control over their women folk who all would prefer marrying American soldiers. A permanent military base of 100,000 American troops in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, over the period of a decade would transform these Islamic nations into Christian States. Permanent military base is the time-tested instrument of religious conversions of the women folk, either through the route of prostitution or intermarriage or both. India should develop overseas military bases, deploy unmarried draftees, and encourage them to marry the local women folks.

 

(12) Barbarian Origin of the West:

Western European Christian Civilization emerged in the eighth and ninth century. It did not begin to modernize until the seventeenth and eighteenth century. The West was the barbarian West, long before it became modern. Orthodox civilization was centered in Russia and separate from Catholic civilization, as a result of its Byzantine parentage, distinct religion, 200 years of Tartar rule, bureaucratic despotism and limited exposure to the Renaissance, Reformation, Enlightenment and industrial revolution.

 

(13) Separation Of Spiritual & Temporal Powers:

Only in Hindu civilization were religion and politics so distinctly separated. Throughout the Western history first the Church and then many churches existed apart from the state. God and Caesar, church and state, spiritual authority and temporal authority have been a prevailing dualism in Western culture. In Islam, God is Caesar. In Orthodoxy, God is junior partner of the Caesar. In China and Japan, Caesar is God. The separation and recurring clash between church and state that typify Western civilization have existed in no other civilization. This division of authority contributed immeasurably to the development of freedom in the West. (The Clash of Civilization, p. 70)

 

(14) Reformation:

The Reformation was the result of the revolt of the Protestants, who led Christian laymen against the authoritarian Papal control over the affairs of the Christians. In democratic societies, the Papacy misuses the tax-exempt Church property under its control, to influence the outcome of the secular elections, by influencing the campaign donations and political endorsements from the Church pulpits. It is no wonder that numerous Catholic priests hold political offices as Senators, Congressmen, Mayors and Governors. The Papacy conspires to create a secular Holy Roman Empire by securing the election of a Catholic Priest as the President of the United States. China has been able to steal all nuclear weapons secrets from US nuclear weapons labs, by selective campaign donations to the Presidential and Party campaigns. Perhaps Papacy would steal the Presidency of the United States itself. By political bribes, control over vote banks and selective campaign donations to a major political party. The grass root political movements, such as Right to life movements, have developed a stranglehold over the Republican Party Presidential campaigns. It would not be difficult for the Vatican to implant a Catholic Priest as the future President of the United States, by hijacking the Primaries of the Republic Party. The increased influence of the Vatican over US election campaign contributions would harm the WASP control over the United States. Protestants have aligned with Catholics and the Papacy in the war against Orthodoxy and against Orthodox Serbia. Protestant leaders would become hostile toward the Vatican, once the dominant WASP Protestants get convinced that Catholics would overtake Protestants in the United States. The Catholics and Protestants would fight a bloody battle for the control of the White House in the United States. The Vatican conspiracy to occupy the US White House would create immense hatred among Protestants, perhaps more than Orthodox Serbs hatred for Papacy.

 

4(4) Fading of the West

(1) India's Share of World Output(1750-1980)

In 1750 India accounted for 24.5%, China for 32.8%, West for 18.2%, Orthodoxy for 5.0% and Japan for 3.8% of the worlds manufacturing output. In 1800, India accounted for 19.7%, China for 33.3%, West for 23.3%, Russia for 5.6% and Japan for 3.5%. In 1830, India accounted for 17.6%, China for 19.7%, West for 31.1% and Japan 2.8%. In 1860, India accounted for 8.6%, China for 19.7%, West for 53.7%, Russia 7.0% and Japan for 2.6%. In 1880, India accounted for 2.8%, China for 12.5%, West for 68.8%, Russia for 7.6% and Japan for 2.4%. In 1900, India accounted for 1.7%, China for 6.2%, West for 77.4%, Russia for 8.8% and Japan for 2.4%. In 1913, India accounted for 1.4%, China for 3.6%, West for 81.6%, Russia for 8.2% and Japan for 2.7%. In 1928, India accounted for 1.9%, China for 3.4%, West 84.2%, Russia for 5.3% and Japan 3.3%. In 1938, India accounted for 2.4%, China 3.1%, West 78.6%, Russia for 9.0% and Japan 5.2%. In 1953, India accounted for 1.7%, China 2.3%, West 74.6%, Russia for 16.0% and Japan for 2.9%. In 1963, India accounted for 1.8%, China 3.5%, West 65.5%, Russia 20.9% and Japan 5.1%. In 1973, India accounted for 2.1%, China 3.9%, West 61.2%, Russia 20.1% and Japan 8.8%. In 1980, India accounted for 2.3%, China 5.0%, West 57.8%, Russia 21.1% and Japan 9.1%. Indian share of world manufacturing output was 24.5% (1750), 19.7% (1800), 17.6% (1830), 8.6% (1860), 2.8% (1880), 1.7% (1900), 1.4% (1913), 1.9% (1928), 2.4% (1938), 1.7% (1953), 1.8% (1963), 2.1% (1973) and 2.3% (1980). Similarly Chinese share declines from 32.8%, 33.3%, 29.8%, 19.7%, 12.5%, 6.2%, 3.6%, 3.4%, 3.1%, 2.3%, 3.5%, 3.9% and 5.0%. (Paul Bairoch, International Industrialization Levels from 1750 to 1980, Journal of European Economic History, (fall 1982), 269-334.

(2) India Produced 1/4 of World:

Robert Clive won the Battle of Plassey, in 1757 with the loss of 35 soldiers and established the Bengal Empire. India dominated the textile trade of the world and Dhaka Muslin dominated the textile trade of the world. English textiles could never compete with the quality of the Dhaka Muslin. Barbaric Robert Clive ordered the genocide in Bengal by ordering the severance of the right thumb of all master weavers of Dhaka Muslin. Clive ordered all textiles loom destroyed. Indian shares of world manufacturing output fell from 24.5% (1750), 19.7% (1800), 17.6% (1830), to 8.6% in 1860 and 2.8% in 1880. India during 600 years of the Muslim rule retained the wealth of India. India’s Share of the world manufacturing output was 24.5%, when European arrived in India. Indian poverty is due to the exploitation by the barbaric English rule. In 1857, Britain won the war of independence and India came under direct British rule. Indian share declined from 17.6% in 1830, to 8.6% in 1860, to only 2.8% in 1880. It proves that the British invasion of India was an invasion of the uncivilized barbarians of an advanced civilization. It establishes that the principal enemy of Hindu India is not Islam but West and Christianity.

(3) Indian Share of World GDP

The share of the Hindu Civilization of the world GDP, the world manufacturing output has been 3.8% (1950), 3.0% (1970), 2.7% (1980), and 3.5% (1992). The share of China has been 3.3% (1950), 4.8% (1970), 6.4% (1980), and 10.0% (1992). The share of Japan has been 3.1% (1950), 7.8% (1970), 8.5% (1980), and 8.0% (1992). Russia/Orthodox share has been 16.0% (1950), 17.4% (1960), 16.4% (1980) and 6.2% (1992). North America & Western European share has been 64.1% (1950), 53.4% (1970), 48.6% (1980), and 48.9% (1992). (Herbert Block, The Planetary Product in 1980: A Creative Pause? (Washington DC-1981, p30-45) In the information age, India would bridge the gap with China.

 

(4) Nehru Family Harmed India:

India was the world’s sixth largest Industrial economy of the world in 1945. India lost its lead due to the disastrous policies of the Prime Ministers Nehru, Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi. It shows that in 1950 share of India (3.8%) measures favorably with Japan's (3.1%) and China's (3.3%). At the end of the Second World War India was the world's sixth largest industrial economy. During 1970, the share of India declined (3.0%), while China (4.8%) and Japan (7.8%). Chinese invasions of India in 1962 and Indira Gandhi's devaluation Indian currency by 48% in 1964 signaled the decline of India economy. Indian economy deteriorated under Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi. During 1980 India (2.7%) declined again, and China (6.4%) and Japan (8.5%) rose. In 1992, share of India of the world’s total manufactured goods was (3.5%) rose along with that of China (10.0%) and Japan (8.0%). India should abandon the socialist policies. India should adopt capitalist policies and align with the capitalist West.

 

(5) De-industrialization of Asia

The industrialization of the West led to the de-industrialization of the rest of the world. In 1913 the manufacturing output of non-Western countries was roughly two-thirds what it had been in 1800. Beginning in the mid-nineteenth century, the Western share rose dramatically, peaking in 1928 at 84.2% of the world manufacturing output. In 1750 China accounted for almost one-third (32.8%), India for almost one-quarter (24.5%) and the West (West Europe, Canada, USA) for less than a fifth (18.2%) of the world manufacturing output. (The Clash of Civilization, p.86-87) Colonial powers used their military superiority to destroy the industrial, financial and economic infrastructures of the colonies. The Indian market for the Western manufactured goods developed, only when Colonial military destroyed the India's industrial base. The Civilization’s wars and Infrastructure wars begin in the Western Europe and Balkans in a future, as a result of NATO air attacks against civilian targets in Yugoslavia. The Infrastructure Wars would result in the de-industrialization of the West, and expedite the industrialization of Asia due to the increased demand and reduction of the installed capacity. De-industrialization of Europe will result in the industrialization of Asia. It would be in the interest of Asia to keep the theater of the Third World War in Western Europe.

(6) Rise of India & China:

It appears probable that most of history China had the largest economy in the world. The diffusions of technology and the economic development of the Western societies in the second half of the twentieth-century are now producing a return to the historic pattern. This will be a slow process, but by the middle of the twenty-first century, if not before, the distribution of economic product and manufacturing output among leading civilizations is likely to resemble that of 1800. The two-hundred-year blip on the world economy will be over (The Clash of Civilization, p. 88).

 

(7) Rise of India Decline of West

In 1950, the West accounted for roughly 64 percent of the gross world product; by 1980, this proportion had dropped to 49 percent. By 2013, the West will account for only 30% of the world product. In 1991, four (4) of the seven (7) largest economies of the world belonged to non-Western nations: Japan (in second place), China (third), Russia (sixth), and India (seventh). In 1992, the United States had the largest economy of the world, and the top ten economies included those of five Western countries plus the leading states of five other civilizations: China, Japan, India, Russia, and Brazil. In 2020, plausible projections indicate that the top five economies will be in five different civilizations, and the top ten economies will include only three Western countries. This relative decline of the West is, of course, in large part a function of the rapid rise of East Asia (The Clash of Civilization, p. 87). The demise of the economies of the Asian Tigers guarantees that India would be one of the top six economies of the world for a long time.

(8) Christianizing of Korea:

South Korea historically was an overwhelmingly Buddhist country, with Christians numbering in 1950 perhaps 1 percent to 3 percent of the population. By 1980s Christians, largely Presbyterians and Catholics, were at least 30 percent of South Korean population, (The Clash of Civilization, p. 99). The US military base in South Korea has spawned the prostitution industry in South Korea and coupled with the marriages with the soldiers, has been the mantra for the Buddhist girls to dream for a future in the West. South Korea was an entertainment center for the American troops during the Vietnam War and it socially destroyed the Buddhist social fabric of the Buddhist society. Sexual exploitation of the South Korean women by American troops has been the important factor influencing the conversion of Buddhist girls into Christian faiths.

 

(9) PROTESTANTISM SPREADS IN BRAZIL: In Brazil in the early 1990s, around 20 percent of the population identified themselves as Protestant, and 73 percent as Catholic. Even then on Sundays 20 million people were in Protestant churches and about 12 million were in Catholic churches. Christianity is going through resurgence connected to modernization, and in Latin America, it has taken a Protestant rather than a Catholic form, (The Clash, p. 99). Protestants would compete with Catholics in Hispanic America and it affects the Protestant-Catholic alliance against Orthodoxy in Europe. The Vatican could strike back against Protestants by pulling the rug under their feet in the United States. Whenever, Vatican succeeds in persuading the President of the United States to place the military power of the United States at the service of Catholic causes, and then it will unleash bloody religious wars between Catholics and Protestants.

 

(10) Westoxification of Hindus-Buddhists:

The revival of non-Western religions is the most powerful manifestation of opposition to Westernization in non-Western societies. That revival is not a rejection of the modernity; it is a rejection of the West. It is a rejection of what has been termed the Westoxification of non-Western societies. It is a declaration of cultural independence from the West, a proud statement that: We will be modern but we will not be you. (The Clash of Civilization, p. 101) In the Vatican-Orthodoxy War of Religions, India and China would take anti-Vatican posture. In the world war of religions, the Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist societies could join hands to keep Christianity out of Asia and Africa. Black Africans could revolt against the religion of the slave traders.

 

4(5) New Orthodox Bloc

(1) Civilization’s Shift in Russia:

Russia has been a torn country for several centuries since Peter the Great, divided over the issue whether it is part of the Western civilization or core of the distinct Eurasian Orthodox civilization. There is a danger that Russia may become Western, and the Orthodox civilization may cease to exist, it Vatican succeeds in its scheme. During 1689-1725, Kievan Rus and Muscovy existed separately from the West and had little contact with the West, Roman Catholicism, Feudalism, the Renaissance, the Reformation, and the Enlightenment. The Classical Greek legacy, which came to Russia via Byzantine, was quite different from Greek legacy that which came to the West directly from Rome. Russian civilization is a product of its indigenous roots in Kievan Rus and Muscovy. Peter the Great was determined to modernize and Westernize Russia. Following the Petrine model, Lenin, Stalin, and to a lesser degree Catherine II and Alexander II, tried to modernize and Westernize Russia.

 

(2) Democratizers & Westernizers:

The Democratizers in Russia are usually Westernizers, but Westernizers are not Democratizers. The lesson of Russian history is that the centralization of power is the prerequisite to social and economic reform. Gorbachev became misfit because the glasnost created economic liberalization, and in the absence of centralization of power, the Soviet Union broke up. Gorbachev undermined Orthodox heritage of Russia.

 

(3) Slavophiles-Eurasians-Westernizers:

In Russian history Peter became the hero of the Westernizers and the Satan of their opponent, and traitor of the Eurasians of the 1920, who hailed Bolsheviks for rejecting Westernization and challenging Europe. Bolsheviks argued that Russia was different from the West because it was more advanced than the West. Westernizers argue that the sun is the sun of the West and Russia must use this light to illuminate and change its inherited institutions. Slavophile argues that Europeanizing efforts distorts the Russian life, replacing its forms with alien forms, and view Russia through a glass fashioned to a Catholic angle of refraction.

 

(4) Bolshevik Jews' World Plot:

Bolsheviks created powerful ties to the West as Marx and Engels were Germans. Most writers of Bolshevik views were West Europeans. Bolshevik Russia became closer to and more intimately involved with the West than any previous time in Russian history. Although the ideologies of liberal democracy and communism differed greatly, both parties speak the same language. The Vatican and the Bolsheviks, Catholics and Communists had the same common enemy, the Eastern Orthodox Christian Church. The Vatican and Chinese Communists have the same common enemy, the Taoism-Buddhism. The Vatican, Nehru, Mahatma Gandhi, the Socialist Congress Party, and Indian Communists have the same common enemy, the fundamentalist, nationalist Hinduism. The Vatican and the Kemal Pasha had the same common enemy, the Sunni Islamic fundamentalism. The Vatican and the Harry Lee or Lee Kwan Yew of Singapore had the same common enemy, the Taoist-Buddhist Monks. The Vatican, Sun Yatsen and Chiang Kai sheik had the same common enemy, the Taoism and Buddhism. The Vatican, Sonia Gandhi, Muslim League, and Indian Communists have the same common enemy, the fundamentalist nationalist Hinduism. The Vatican and Solomon Jayawardane of Sri Lanka had the same common enemy, the Hinduism. The Vatican, Burmese military Junta, and Chinese have the same common enemy, the powerful Buddhist monks. The Vatican, Christian Pol Pot, Cambodian Khmer Rouge had the same common enemy, the Buddhism, and Buddhist monks. The Vatican and South Vietnam’s Christian President Diem, the Buddhist Monks. The Vatican and Communist Pathet Lao had the same common enemy in Laos, the Buddhist monks. The Vatican and Gorbachev had the same common enemy, the Russian Orthodox Church.

(5) Catholics Hired Karl Marx:

It is very likely that Karl Marx and F. Engles were hired by Vatican to write iconoclast philosophy to undermine the Orthodox and Buddhist civilizations. Karl Marx was a philosopher-prostitute who wrote a philosophy to serve the ends of Vatican and Western Christendom. It can been argued that Communism and Catholicism are the two fundamental enemies of the Hindu, Buddhist and Orthodox civilizations. The main purpose of the civilization’s wars shall be to bring down the Communism, Socialism, and Catholicism. A Western democrat can carry on an intellectual debate with a Soviet Marxist, Chinese Marxist, and Indian Socialist. It is impossible for the Western diplomats and democrat to accept the perspective of a Russian Orthodox nationalist, Chinese Taoist-Buddhist nationalist, Indian Hindu nationalist.

 

(6) India & Slavophiles:

With the collapse of the Soviet Union, the debate over Russia’s true-identity reemerged in full vigor. Should Russia become a part of the West? Alternatively, does Russia embody a distinct Orthodox and Eurasian civilization with a unique destiny to link with Asia and link Orthodox civilization with Hindu, Buddhist, and Islamic civilizations? India should support Slavophiles, nationalists, Euro-Asianists and derzhavniki. India should oppose Westernizes, cosmopolitans, and Atlantists. India should convince Boris Yeltsin that Russia should reject the Atlantist course, and promote an appreciable redistribution of Russian resources, options, ties, and interests in favor of Asia in the eastern and southern direction. Russia is a unique Eurasian civilization. Eastern Christian Church should develop closer spiritual links with Hinduism, to join forces to bring down the worldwide dominance of Catholic Church.

 

Russia should cooperate with Hindu India against the West. A Hindu-Orthodox alliance will bring back Muslim Central Asia under the Russian influence. India is willing to help Russia recreate Soviet Union and reunited Yugoslavia. The national interests of Hindu Nuclear India and Orthodox Russian imperial nationalists coincide in Asia and Europe.

 

(7) Gorbachev & Sheverdnadze CIA Spies

The CIA and American Jews have implanted spies among Russian policy making elite that subordinating Russia’s interests to those of the West, sabotaging Russian military strength, siphoning away Russia’s capital overseas. Gorbachev could have been a CIA spy who broke up the Soviet Union.

 

(8) Papal Wars on Orthodoxy

The Emperor of the Western Roman Empire hated the Eastern Roman Empire, Byzantine Empire, because the residents of Constantinople called the inhabitants of the Western Empire, barbarians. Alexander the Great, representing the Greek Empire conquered the world but removed his capital to Alexandria because Egypt was the cultural center of the world. In rage, Julius Caesar ordered the Great Library of Alexandria to burn, to destroy the opulence and knowledge of Egypt. Why otherwise any civilized person leave Alexandria to live in barbarian Rome. Princess Anna Comnena observed, when the First Crusade reached Constantinople. It seems like the entire West, including all the tribes of the barbarians living beyond the Adriatic Sea to the Pillars of Hercules started a mass migration. They are on the march, bursting forth into Asia in solid mass, with all its belongings. (Arnold J. Toynbee, Study of History (London, 1954) VIII, p.30) & (The Clash of Civilization, p. 211)

(9) Civilization’s Alliances:

Spurred by modernization, global politics reconfigures along cultural lines. Peoples and countries with similar cultures are coming together. Alignments defined by ideology and superpower relations are giving way to alignments defined by culture and civilization. Political boundaries are re-drawn to coincide with cultural ones, ethnic, religious, and Civilization’s. Cultural communities are replacing Cold War blocs, and the fault lines between civilizations are becoming the central lines of conflict in global politics, (The Clash of Civilization, p.126)

 

(10) Hindu Buddhist Alliance

India would reformulate its foreign policy to strengthen its ties with the Buddhist and Hindu world. Hindu-Buddhist alliance of India and China would reverse the spread of Christianity and Islam in the world. Hinduism and Buddhism have so much in common that Hinduism and Buddhism, are the two sides of the same coin. India would develop close relations with Buddhists in Thailand, Burma, Sri Lanka, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. India should also develop closer relations with Hindus in Bali Island and Indian origin people in Mauritius, Fiji, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago and South Africa. India will adopt Hindu foreign policy, and it shall not be against Indian national interest.

 

(11) Aryan Alliance

India would develop close military relations with the Muslim neighbors as they all are from the common Aryan stock and common Indo-Iranian heritage. India will exploit Aryan bond that binds together India, Pakistan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Kurds. Pakistan, Iran and India would realize their common Aryan ancestry. The term Aryan means Iryan and it mean the ancient people that originated in a region now occupied by Iran and Punjab. The language, culture and race, binds South Asians and it would justify a Defense Pact of India with Pakistan, Iran and Kurdistan. Civilization’s bonds would force India, Pakistan and Iran to militarily support Kurds to carve out the new state of Kurdistan in west Asia. India and China would align to protect Hinduism and Buddhism from the common threat of Christianity.

 

(12) Orthodox Alliance:

Pan European Orthodox Alliance is needed. The Vatican Pope has emerged as the principal threat to the Orthodox world. The pope has brought down the Eastern Bloc and the Great Schism would resurface as the Vatican-Orthodoxy World War in the decade of the next millennium. The Pope was central to ending the communist regime in Poland. (The Clash of Civilization, p.114) The Catholic countries, Poland, Hungary, Czech republic, former Warsaw Pact members, have joined the NATO. During Cold War, Greece and Turkey were in NATO. Bulgaria and Romania were in the Warsaw Pact. Yugoslavia was Non-Aligned. Now these Cold War alignments are giving away way to Civilization’s ones rooted in Orthodoxy and Islam. Balkan leaders talk of crystallizing a Greek-Serb-Bulgarian Orthodox alliance. The Balkan wars have brought to the surface the resonance of Orthodox ties. This is a bond. It was dormant, but with the developments in the Balkans, it is taking on some real substance. The situation in southeastern Europe will soon require the formation of a new Balkan alliance of Orthodox countries, including Serbia, Bulgaria, and Greece, in order to resist the encroachment of Islam. With the disappearance of the Soviet threat, the unnatural alliance between Greece and Turkey becomes essentially meaningless. The conflicts intensify between them over the Aegean Sea, Cyprus, their military balance, their roles in NATO and the European Union, and their relations with the United States. The Balkans again partitioned along the religious lines. Two axes are emerging, one dressed in the garb of Eastern orthodoxy, one veiled in Islamic raiment and the possibility exists of an ever-greater struggle for influence between the Belgrade/Athens axis and the Albanian/Turkish alliance. (The Clash of Civilization, p.126-7)" In the former Soviet Union, Orthodox Belarus, Moldova, and Ukraine gravitate toward Russia. Orthodox unity was cemented by the fact that the Vatican and Germany were the first to incite Catholic Croatia to separate from Yugoslavia. The barbaric bombing of Orthodox Belgrade by Catholic and Protestant nations resulted in Serbia joining the union of Russia and Belarus. Because of this Serbia joining the Belarus and Russia Union, the Russian Navy would secure a foothold in the warm water ports of the Adriatic Sea. Once Greece joins the orthodox alliance; Russia would again become a significant European military power. Under Serb Generals, the Russian Army would become a lethal military force again. Geopolitical balance would shift in favor of Orthodoxy, once Greece leaves NATO to join an alliance with Serbia, Bulgaria and Russia. It would result in the dismemberment of Turkey and the birth of the Kurdistan State.

 

(13) East Asia Economic Caucus (EAEC)

There is a concerted effort to isolate India in Asia. Asian American pacific alliance includes China and excludes India. ASIAN nations have expanded to include Burma, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, have deliberately excluded India. Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), resulted out of India led Bandung Conference. India should militarily foil attempts of ASEAN to isolate India. India should intervene in Burma and establish a Buddhist government of Burma. India should also intervene in Cambodia and establish a Buddhist government in Laos and Cambodia. Whatever is common among the nations of Asia, is the Indian component of their cultures. One cannot turn from this geo-cultural fact. Japan has failed to develop a Yen Bloc to balance the West European Union and NAFTA. The Collapse of the Asian tiger economies suggests that without the participation of India no economic union would succeed in Asia.

 

(14) RCD-ECO-ACM

In 1977 the Regional Cooperation for Development, RCD established by Pakistan, Iran and Turkey. In 1985 RCD was revived and renamed Economic Cooperation Organization, agreements were subsequently reached on tariff reductions and a variety of other measures. In 1992, ECO membership expanded to include Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and Kyrgyzstan. In 1991, the five Central Asian republics of Ujbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, and Kazakhstan signed an agreement to allow the free circulation of goods, services and capital, and to coordinate their fiscal, monetary and tariff policies. The Shah of Iran had proposed the Asian Common Market (ACM), to include Iran, India, Pakistan and perhaps Turkey. Kazakhstan had proposed Asian Collective Security. India should actively participate in regional organizations of Central Asia. NATO is planning to expand toward Central to include Central Asian Muslim republics. British-Indian Empire would have gone to war with Russia but for the 1907 Pamir Settlement, which defined the Amur River as the border separating Indian and Russian empires. Cultural and racial links bind India with Central Asia. The involvement of Afghan mercenaries in Kashmir justifies direct Indian military involvement in Afghanistan. India-Pakistan war over Kashmir will settle in Afghanistan. The roots of economic cooperation are in cultural commonality. (The Clash of Civilization, p.135)

 

(15) NACP Union (NASP)

American thinker Samuel P. Huntington, proposes expanding NAFTA into a North American-South pacific (NASP) arrangement including the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Such grouping would reconcile culture and economics and provide a solid and enduring identify for Australia that will not come from futile efforts to make Australia Asian. (The Clash, p.154) The foreign policy of Christian nations in the late 20th century explains their concern of Asian invasions of Australia and New Zealand. Englishmen handed over Apartheid South Africa, Namibia, and Rhodesia to Blacks to win their silence over Anglo-Saxon occupation of Australia and New Zealand. Christian nations handed over Jaya Irian and Christian East Timor to Indonesia to keep Australia and New Zealand out of harms way. Chinese invasions of Australia would unleash the World War of Civilizations in the early twenty-first century.

 

(16) Catholicism Eastern Frontiers:

During the Cold War, Europe as a whole did not exist. Catholic Poland, Hungary, East Germany and Czech Republic were in the Warsaw Pact. Establishing the eastern borders of the Catholic-Protestant civilizations has been the principal challenges confronting the West in the post-Cold War world. Who is a European and hence as potential member of the European Union, and NATO? The most compelling and pervasive answer to this question is provided by, the great historical line that has existed for centuries separating Catholic-Protestant Christianity from Orthodoxy and Sunni. This line dates back to the division of the Roman Empire in the fourth century and to the creation of the Holy Roman Empire in the tenth century. It has been in roughly its current place for at least five hundred years. Beginning in the north, it runs along the borders between Russia and Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania. The Eastern boundary separates western Belarus from Orthodox eastern Belarus, separates Uniate West Ukraine from Orthodox eastern Ukraine, and separates Transylvania Romania with Catholic Hungarian population from Orthodox eastern Romania. The eastern boundary separates Catholic Slovenia and Catholic Croatia from Orthodox Serbia, Montenegro, and Muslim Bosnia. In the Balkans, this line coincides with the historical division between the Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman empires. It is the cultural border of Europe. In the post-Cold War world, it is also the political and economic border of West and the East.

 

The Civilization’s paradigm thus provides a clear-cut and compelling answer to the question, confronting west Europeans: Where does Europe end? Europe ends where Western Christianity ends, and Islam and Orthodoxy begins. It is necessary to recognize the distinction, blurred during the Soviet years, between Central Europe and Mittleuropa and Eastern Europe proper. Central Europe includes Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Poland and eastern Germany. The term Eastern Europe should be reserved for nations under Orthodox Church, European part of the Soviet Union, Bulgaria and Romania, and Balkan Orthodox Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia.

 

(17) New Fault Line:

A new fault line is emerging, a basically cultural divide between Western Europe marked by western Christianity (Roman Catholic or Protestant), on the one hand, and the Eastern Europe marked by eastern Christianity, on the other. The new cultural division in Europe is replacing the Iron Curtain as the ancient cultural fault line between East Europe and West Europe. It places the lands of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire, as well as Poland and the Baltic States within the Western Europe. It places the Balkan Orthodox countries in the Eastern Europe. This is a great religious divide between the Eastern and Western Churches. Broadly speaking, between those people who received their Christianity from Rome directly or through Celtic or German intermediaries, and those in the East and Southeast to whom it came through Constantinople (Byzantine). (The Clash, p.160)

 

(18) Expansion of European Union:

The identification of Europe with Western Christendom provides some clear criteria for the admission of new members to European Union (EU). The European Union would ultimately accept Visegrad states (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary), the Baltic republics (Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia), and Balkan states (Slovenia, Croatia) and Malta as new members. The European Union (EU) would not accept Romania and Bulgaria as new members.

 

(19) Russian Adriatic Sea Bases:

The NATO invasions of Serbia, has pushed the Orthodox Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia in the Eastern Europe. Russia imposed the Peace settlement on Serbia because it legitimizes the Russian presence on the Serbia soil. Serbia-Yugoslavia has joined the Belarus-Russia Union. NATO offered Russia a sphere of influence in Orthodox Balkan Serbia, Montenegro in exchange for the loss of Russian influence in Catholic central Europe. NATO dangled the carrot to Bulgaria and Romania to secure their support in the encirclement of Serbia, during NATO bombing raids. The Vatican would resist any NATO and European Union attempts to bring in any Orthodox nation into its fold.

(20) Rebirth of Greek Civilization

The Cold War antagonist of the Soviet Union is evolving into the post-Cold War ally of Russia. Greece is not part of Western civilization, but it was the home of classical civilization, which was an important source of Western civilization. Greece is also an anomaly, the orthodox outsider in Western organization. Greece has never been an easy member, of either the EU or NATO. The behavior of Greece, as the President of the European Union Council in 1994 exasperated other members and Western European officials privately label its membership a mistake. Greece has mutual interests with Russia in opposition to their common enemy, Turkey. It has permitted Russia to establish a significant presence in Greek Cyprus. Because of their shared Orthodox religion, the Greek Cypriots have welcomed both Russians and Serbs to the Island. Overall, Greek foreign policy has assumed a heavily pro-Orthodox orientation. (The Clash, p.163) The Vatican's goal is to transform the European union into Holy Roman Empire as a bastion to promote Christianity under Papal leadership. The Vatican would engineer the isolation of Greece in NATO and European Union, exacerbating Greek dissatisfaction with the Catholic-Protestant alliance. Russia may also gain a foothold in Greece.

 

(21) Christianizing of Kosovo & Bosnia:

The Vatican would not be happy with Turkey participation in NATO. As happened in Vietnam, South Korea and the Philippines, the presence of NATO troops in Kosovo and Bosnia would lure Muslim women into prostitution and convert numerous women from Albania and Bosnia into Catholic Christianity. Prostitution around military bases and marriages with soldiers for emigration, the majority of women from Albania, Kosovo and Bosnia would expedite conversions to Christianity. Sicilian Catholic gangs would also force Muslim women into prostitution. It is possible that the Islamic foothold in Kosovo and Bosnia would get absorbed in the Catholic fold via intermarriage.

(22) Orthodoxy Rule in Istanbul:

Ideally Istanbul/ Constantinople should be the northern frontier of the Islamic Turkey. Russian foothold in Serbia and Montenegro would wet Russian appetite for Constantinople/ Istanbul in the event Kurds succeed in destabilizing Turkey. NATO invasions in Kosovo provided Russia with a foothold on the Adriatic coast. The Kurds rebellion in Turkey would give Russia a foothold in the strategic strait connecting Black Sea to the Mediterranean Sea, and Istanbul/ Constantinople. Russia comes out a clear winner in the Balkan War.

 

(23) New Russian Orthodox Bloc:

Overall Russia is creating a bloc with an Orthodox heartland under its leadership. A surrounding buffer of relatively weak Islamic states, which it (Russia) will in varying degrees dominate and from which it will attempt to exclude the influence of other powers. Russia also expects the world to accept and to approve this system. Foreign governments and international organizations (as Boris Yeltsin said on February 1993) need to grant Russia special powers as a guarantor of peace and stability in the former regions of the USSR. While the Soviet Union was a superpower with global interests, Russia continues to be a major power with regional and Civilization’s interests. (S.P. Huntington, The Clash of Civilization, p.164)

 

(24) Russia & Central Asia":

The successor to the Czar and Communist empire is a Civilization’s bloc. At the core, Russia links to an inner circle of Belarus and Moldova, Kazakhstan and Armenia. Belarus have little sense of national identity. Belarus in effect is a part of Russia in all but a name. The Russians constitute the 40 percent population of Kazakhstan. Georgia is overwhelmingly Orthodox. Armenia has historically identified its interests with Russia. Russia has prided itself as the defender of Armenia against its Muslim neighbors. The strategic interests of Armenia and Russia converge. Georgia was an independent country until 1801 when its ruler, King George XIII, asked for Russian protection against Turk. Serb request for Russian help against NATO invasions may result into Serbia becoming a part of Russia. President Gamasakhurdia of Georgia was violently overthrown. President Eduard A. Shevardnadze faced the separatist movement in Abkhazia. Emulating King George, he concluded that he did not have a great choice. Georgia joined CIS in 1994.

 

(25) India-Russia in Central Asia

India and Russia should chart out common policies toward Muslim republics of Central Asia. India made a great strategic mistake, when it failed to militarily supporting Soviet invasions of Afghanistan. Afghan operations would have allowed Indian Protectorate over Afghanistan. India should send military troops to Tajikistan to overthrow Pakistan support Taliban Regime of Afghanistan. India should secure military bases at Armenia and Georgia to support Kurds in Turkey. India, Russia and Iran should join hands to carve out Kurdistan in Turkey. It would secure Istanbul for Russians and control over the gateway to Mediterranean Sea for Russian Navy. Independent Kurdistan would revive the land route taken by Alexander that connected Greece to India. Russian support for Kurdistan would be a fitting reply for NATO invasions on Serbia. Serbia's warriors would avenge their defeat in Kosovo on the battlegrounds of Kurdistan. India and Russia should promote Asian Collective Security in Central Asia. India should sign a Defense Pact with Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan should develop closer economic and military relations with Buddhist Mongolia with Indian help. India-Kazakhstan Pact would incite Muslim rebellion in Xinjian-Sinkiang.

 

(26) Russia & Black Sea Fault Line:

The Civilization’s fault line between the West and Orthodoxy runs through its heart and has done so for centuries. In Moldova the secessionist movement started in the Russified east Moldova, to check the sentiments of western Moldova's merger with Romania to create Trans Dniester Republic. Moldova has joined CIS. At times in the past, western Ukraine was apart of Poland, Lithuania, and Austro-Hungarian Empire. A large portion of west Ukraine population, speaks Ukrainian, and follows the Uniate Church. The Uniate Church practices Orthodox rites but acknowledges the authority of the Pope. The people of eastern Ukraine are overwhelmingly Orthodox and speak Russian. The Crimea is seventy (70) percent Russian. Russia has close relationship with Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia and Cyprus. Russia has and somewhat no so good relations with Romania. Serbia has joined the Russia and Belarus Union. India should develop close military relations with Greece, Serbia and Bulgaria. Indian military bases on the Black Sea ports would secure supply routes to Kurds in Turkey.

(27) Nuclear Bombs Equalizers

The nuclear weapons during Cold War caused the fragmentation of the international system, in which great powers play a reduced role. The role of the nuclear weapons for the West in the post-Cold War world is thus the opposite of that during the Cold War. During Cold War, the western nuclear weapons compensated for Western conventional inferiority vis-à-vis the Soviet Union. The western nuclear weapons were the equalizers. In the post-Cold War world, the United States has unmatched conventional military power, and now Russian nuclear weapons equalize Western conventional superiority. United States has unmatched conventional military power, and now India its potential adversary has deployed nuclear weapons. Western nuclear powers would end up being the equalizee in the twenty-first century.

 

Now Russia has emphasized the role of nuclear weapons in its defense planning. Now Russia says after the Cold War that it needs nuclear weapons to compensate for Western conventional superiority. This is exactly what America used to tell Russia in 1950s. During Cold War, the United States for the purpose of nuclear deterrent refused to renounce the first use of nuclear weapons. In keeping with the new deterrent functions of nuclear weapons in the post-Cold War world, Russia in 1993 in effect renounced the previous Soviet commitment to no-first-use. Simultaneously China in developing its post-Cold War nuclear strategy of limited deterrence also began to question and to weaken its 1964 no-first use commitment. (The Clash, p.187)

 

India should follow the example of China and Russia, and should weaken its commitment to the policy of no first use of nuclear weapons. Nuclear weapons have been the weapons by which the weak compensate for conventional inferiority. Indian nuclear doctrine should equivocally state its response to the threat of civilian bombing. During Infrastructure warfare, launched by enemy’s Air Force and Navy, India will use tactical nuclear weapons against aircraft carrier fleet.

 

4(6) Chinese Invasions of Australia, Indonesia

(1) Greater China

Greater China is thus not simply an abstract concept. It is a rapidly growing cultural and economic reality and has begun to become a political one. The economy of East Asia is increasingly China-centered and Chinese-dominated. Chinese from Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore have supplied much of the capital responsible for the growth of the mainland in the 1990s. Overseas Chinese elsewhere in Southeast Asia dominates the economies of these countries. In the early 1990, Chinese made up 1 percent of the population of the Philippines but were responsible for 35 percent of sales of domestically owned firms. In Indonesia in mid 1980s, ethnic Chinese population was 2-3 percent of the total population, but owned roughly 70 percent of the private domestic capital. Seventeen of the twenty-five largest businesses were Chinese controlled. In early 1990s, the ethnic Chinese populations was 10 percent of the population of Thailand, but owned nine of the ten largest business groups, and were responsible for 50 percent of its GNP. Chinese are about one-third of the population of Malaysia but almost totally dominate the economy. Outside Japan and Korea, the East Asian economy is a Chinese economy. (The Clash of Civilization, p.170) India should support Buddhist Chinese become the Prime Minister of Malaysia as ethnic Chinese is 33 percent of the population. India should support ethnic Chinese Buddhist, to become the President of Indonesia and the President of the Philippines. Chinese control the economy of Southeast Asia so it is natural that ethnic Chinese should acquire political power in Southeast Asia. The Vatican is conspiring to implant White Catholic Sonia Gandhi as the future prime minister of India. India should retaliate by supporting ethnic Chinese as the head of governments in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. India should retaliate by promoting a Muslim or Hindu Prime minister of Italy or mayor of Rome.

(2) China is Threat to World Peace

The rise of China is the potential source of a big inter-Civilization’s war of core states. The history of Western Civilization is a history of the hegemonic wars between rising and falling powers. The missing hegemonic war in Western history is that between Great Britain and the United States. Presumably, the peaceful shift from Pax-Britannica to the Pax-Americana was in large part due to the close cultural kinship of the two societies. The absence of such kinship in the shifting power balance between the West and China does not make armed conflict certain but does make it more probable. While bandwagoning may be more common a characteristic of Asian civilizations, the rise of Chinese could generate balancing efforts from states in other civilizations, such as the United States, India and Russia. (The Clash of Civilization, p.209)

(3) Chinese Invasions of Siberia:

The economic dynamism of China has spilled over to Siberia. Russians in Siberia increasingly see their economic future connected to East Asia rather than to European Russia. More threatening for Russia is Chinese immigration into Siberia, with illegal migrants there purportedly numbering in 1995 three (3) millions to five (5) millions, compared to a Russian population of about seven (7) millions. The Chinese are in the process of making a peaceful conquest of Russian Far East, Russian Defense Minister Pavel Grachev warned. Russia must resist Chinese expansionism, warn Russian immigration officials. Chinese expansion via immigration could also become expansion by the military, if China decided that it should attempt to reclaim Mongolia, which the Russians detached from China after World War I, and which was for decades a satellite. At some point, the yellow hordes, which have haunted Russian imagination since the Mongol invasions, may again become a reality. (The Clash of Civilization, p. 243). United States is goading China to invade Siberia to divert Chinese invasions of Australia. United States has transferred sensitive nuclear weapon designs of neutron Bombs, Trident II missile warheads to China to help China upgrade its nuclear weapons, nuclear missiles at par with that of the United States. Chinese nuclear deterrent would now deter Russian nuclear retaliation for Chinese conventional invasions of Siberia. United Sates wants that China should use stolen American nuclear weapon warhead technology, to launch massive invasions of Eastern Siberia. Only India could help Russia check Chinese invasions of Siberia. Russia should immediately allow the immigration of more than five (5) million Indians in Eastern Siberia, to match more than five (5) millions migrant illegal Chinese workers in Siberia. Russia should deploy five (5) million Indians, mercenary soldiers as well as workers, in Mongolia and Eastern Siberia along Chinese frontier.

 

(4) China Plan Hegemony in Asia

Every major power Britain and France, Germany and Japan, the United States and the Soviet Union, are engaged in outward expansion, assertion, and imperialism, coincidental with or immediately following the years it underwent rapid industrialization and economic growth. No reason exists to think that the acquisition of economic and military power will not have comparable effects in China. For two thousand years, China was the preeminent power in East Asia. Chinese increasingly assert their intention to resume that historic role and to being to an end the overlong century of humiliation and subordination to the West and Japan that began with British imposition of the Treaty of Nanking in 1842. (The Clash of Civilization, p.229)

 

(5) USA-China Conflict

The conflicts between the United States and China also involved fundamental issues of power. China is unwilling to accept American leadership or hegemony in the world. The United States is unwilling to accept Chinese leadership or hegemony in Asia. For more than two hundred years, the United States has attempted to prevent the emergence of an overwhelmingly dominant power in Europe. For almost a hundred years, beginning with Open Door policy toward China, the United States has attempted to do the same in China. To achieve these goals it has fought two world wars and a cold war against Imperial Germany, Nazi Germany, Imperial Japan, the Communist Soviet Union and the Communist China. China as the dominant regional power in East Asia challenges American interests. The underlying cause of conflict between America and China is their basic difference over what should be the future balance of power in East Asia. (The Clash of Civilization, p.228-9)

(6) Cold Peace or Civilizations Cold War

Civilizations are the ultimate human tribes, and the clash of civilizations is a tribal conflict on a global scale. Connections between states of different civilizations inherited from the past, such as Cold war military alliances, are likely to attenuate or evaporate. Hopes of inter-Civilization’s partnerships will remain unrealized. Emerging inter-Civilization’s relations would approximate a condition of Cold Peace that Boris Yeltsin warned could be the future of relations between Russia and the West. Cold peace, cold war, trade war. Quasi war, uneasy peace, troubled relations, intense rivalry, competitive coexistence, and arms races: these phrases are the most probable descriptions of relations between entities from different civilizations. Trust and friendship will be rare. (The Clash of Civilization, p.207)

 

(7) India-China Defense Pact:

India should explore a defense pact with China. India and China should join hands to promote Chinese Buddhism, Mahayana Buddhism and Taoism in the world. India and China are the core states of Asia, Buddhist and Hindu world. Hindu world and Buddhist worlds should support Orthodox World, to reestablish the Civilization’s balance of power between Western Christendom and Eastern Orthodoxy. India should devote more resources on developing relations with nations it has Civilization’s links than with nations it does not share Civilization’s links. Looking from the perspective of common civilizations, India and China would be close friends and allies in near future. Civilization’s links would determine India-China relationship in the age of civilization’s wars. Common Civilization’s links brought Germany into military alliance with France and Germany. Chinese Buddhism the Mahayana Buddhism is 85% similar to Hinduism, its scriptures were written in Sanskrit, and it grew as a Hindu Brahamanical challenge to the Theravada Buddhism. India should focus on developing relations with nations that link common civilizations. India should cultivate close relations with Pakistan and other south Asian nations. India should develop close relations with fellow Aryan nations, Iran, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyztan, Azerbaijan, and Uzbekistan. India should develop close relations with Buddhist nations of Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Singapore, Taipei, South Korea, North Korea and Japan. India should develop close relations with Kurds who are of Aryan origin and speak Indo-Iranian language. India should also develop close relations with nations having sizeable Indian origin population, namely Fiji, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, etc.

 

4(7) Islamic Civilization’s wars

(1) CIA Agent Kemal Pasha Ataturk

The West imposed Mustafa Kemal Ataturk on Turkey, as they had imposed Christian Sun Yatsen on Buddhist China. Kemal Ataturk attempted to root out the Islamic and Ottoman legacy from Turkey, so that Turkey may not again threaten West Christendom. Rejecting the idea of a multi-national Islamic empire, Kemal aimed to produce a homogeneous pro-Western state, by expelling and killing Kurds, Armenians and Greeks, in the typical ethnic-cleansing pattern. It is no wonder that the nationalists promoted by West in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Israel, Bosnia, Kosovo, and Croatia carried out a similar ethnic cleansing policy. Kemal abolished the caliphate, the central source of religious authority, abolished religious schools, and abolished religious courts. Kemal abolished the traditional calendar with the Gregorian calendar. Kemal decreed that Turkey adopt Roman script than Arabic script. The West began viewing Turkey as the West’s eastern bulwark of containment, preventing the expansion of the Soviet Union toward the Mediterranean. Hindu and Orthodox civilization should support the Islamic forces in Turkey to overthrow the Pro-West secular rule. Hindu India should support Muslim Aryan Kurds and Turki Muslims to overthrow the pro-West Turkey, to partition Turkey into Islamic Turkey, Orthodox Asia Minor, and Kurdistan.

 

(2) Islam-Christianity at War:

The twentieth-century Cold War conflict between Liberal Democracy and Marxist-Leninism is only a fleeting and superficial historical phenomenon compared to continuing and deeply conflicting relations between Islam and Christianity. The initial Arab-Islamic sweep outward from the early seventh (7th) to the mid eighth (8th) century (600-750), established Muslim rule in North Africa, Iberia, the Middle East and Persia. For two centuries (800-1000) or so the lines of division between Islam and Christianity stabilized. Then in the late eleventh (11th) century Christians reasserted control of the western Mediterranean, conquered Sicily, and captured Toledo. In 1095, Christians launched the Crusades. For a century and a half Christian potentates attempted, with decreasing success, to establish Christian rule in the Holy Land and adjoining areas in the Near East, losing Acre, their last foothold there, in 1291. Ottoman Turks first weakened Byzantine and then conquered most of the Balkans as well as North Africa, captured Constantinople in 1453, and besieged Vienna in 1529. The spread of Islam in the seventh century was accompanied by massive migrations of Arab peoples, the scale and speed of which was unprecedented, into the lands of the Byzantine and Sassanian Empires. The Ottomans made one last push besieging Vienna again in 1683. For almost a thousand years from the first Moorish landing in Spain to the second Turkish siege of Vienna (1683), Europe was under a constant threat from Islam. Islam is the only civilization, which has put the survival of the West in doubt, and it has done that at least twice in 1529 and 1683. The Christians gradually recovered Iberia, completing the task at Granada in 1492. In the course of a century, the Ottoman Empire the scourge of Christendom transformed into the sick man of Europe.

 

(3) Afghan Waterloo of Cold War:

To Americans and Westerners Afghanistan was the final, decisive victory, the Waterloo of the Cold War. The Afghan War started as an effort by the Soviet Union to sustain a satellite regime. It became a Cold-War war, when the United States reacted vigorously and organized, funded, and equipped the Afghan insurgents resisting the Soviet forces. For Americans, Soviet defeat was vindication of the Reagan doctrine of promoting armed resistance to communist regimes. Afghan defeat was a reassuring humiliation of the Soviets comparable to that which the United States had suffered in Vietnam. Afghan defeat was also a defeat whose ramifications spread throughout Soviet society and its political establishment. It contributed significantly to the disintegration of the Soviet Empire. (The Clash of Civilization, p.246) Russia should avenge this defeat in Afghanistan by defeating Islam and NATO by militarily supporting Kurd rebels in Turkey, to give birth to sovereign Kurdistan, ruled by Aryan Kurds. By liberating Kurdish civilization from oppressive Islamic Turkish and Arab rule, the Orthodox Russia would take a sweat revenge of the conquest of Orthodox Byzantine Empire at Constantinople.

 

(4) Afghanistan Victory for Islam:

The Afghan War became a civilization war because Muslims everywhere saw it as such and rallied against the Soviet Union. Afghanistan War was the first successful resistance to a foreign power, not based on either nationalist or socialist principles, but based instead on Islamic principles. It was a resistance waged as a jihad, which gave tremendous boosts to Islamic self-confidence and power. Its impact on the Islamic world was, in effect, comparable to the impact, which the Japanese defeat of the Russians in 1905 had on the Oriental world. What the West sees as a victory for the Free World, Muslims see as a victory for Islam. American dollars and missiles were indispensable to the defeat of the Soviets. Also indispensable was the collective effort of Islam, in which a variety of governments and groups competed with each other in attempting to defeat the Soviets and to produce a victory that would serve their interests. In the end, the three factors defeated the Soviet troops they could not effectively equal or counter: American technology, Saudi money, and Muslim demographics and zeal. (The Clash of Civilization, p.247)

 

(5) Destroy Mujahideens Militarily:

Afghan Mujahideen fighters have infiltrated in Kashmir and have engaged Indian armed forces. India should give a fitting reply to Islamic fundamentalism by militarily conquering a fundamentalist nation and impose secular democratic rule, where women would enjoy equal power over man. India should also develop religious armies of Hindu and Buddhist warriors who would engage Islamic forces to win victory for Hinduism and Buddhism. India should deploy troops in Afghanistan and militarily protect the rights of women and develop a secular society. India should also send troops to Algeria and militarily destroy fundamentalist terrorists. Islam has become a threat to world peace. India alone can intervene in Iran to reestablish the monarchy headed by the son of Shah of Iran. Islam is no match to the might of Hindu India.

 

(6) Barbarian Afghan Syndrome:

The Afghan war left behind an uneasy coalition of fundamentalist Islamic organizations intent on promoting Islam against all non-Muslim forces. It also left a legacy of expert and experienced fighters, camps, training grounds, and logistical facilities. It left elaborate Trans-Islam networks of personal and organizational relationships, a substantial amount of military equipment including 300 to 500 unaccounted-for Stinger missiles. It gave a heady sense of power and self-confidence and a driving desire to move onto other victories. The jihad credentials, religious and political of the Afghan volunteers are impeccable; they beat one of the superpowers. (The Clash, p.247) Afghan Mujahideen are a threat to India as it combines the Islamic jihad fundamentalism, with the combat experience, and the drug trade of the Golden Crescent. The political alliance of terrorism, drug trade, Islamic jihad spirit, with the Catholic world and United States threatens the security of democratic secular societies. India should undertake military missions in Islamic nations to overthrow the fundamentalist regimes. India should also create the independent state of Kurdistan by carving out Turkey and Iraq. Indian military bases in Kurdistan would project the military power of India to the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea.

 

4(8) Western View of India’s Role in Civilization’s war

(1) India-China Rivalry

China has actively involved itself in south Asian politics and presumably will continue to do so. Leading politicians and trade union leaders are on Chinese pay roll and they have intentionally subverted capitalist policies in India, otherwise the foreign investments going to China could go to India. China controlled Indian trade union movement sabotaged Indian industrial climate. India should retaliate by promoting Buddhism and Taoism in China. Religion will overthrow the atheist government in China. China transferred nuclear weapons and nuclear technology to Pakistan. China is developing naval facilities in Myanmar-Burma in Great Coco Islands. The underlying power rivalry between the two Asian giants, and their self-images as natural great powers and centers of civilization and culture will continue to drive them to support different countries and causes. India will strive to emerge, not only as an independent power center in the multipolar world, but also as a counterweight to Chinese power and influence. Confronting a broader Chinese Communist-Islamic alliance promotes India-Russia relationship. Over time, the cooling of US-Pakistan relations and their common interest in containing China are likely to bring the United States and India closer together. The expansion of Indian power in Southern Asia cannot harm US interests and could serve them. (The Clash of Civilization, p.244)

(2) Doubling Per Capita Output:

It took Britain (58) fifty-eight years and the United States (47) forty-seven years, to double their per capita output. Japan doubled its per capita output in (33) thirty-three years, Indonesia in (17) seventeen years, South Korea in eleven (11) years and China in ten (10) years. The Chinese Economic Area the World Bank declared in 1993, had become the world’s fourth growth pole, along with the United States, Japan, and Germany. Chinese economy will become the world’s largest economy early in the twenty-first century. Asia is likely to have four (4) of five (5), and seven (7) of the ten (10), largest economies of the world by AD 2020.

 

(3) Failure of Chinese Communism

Chinese leadership moved away from the Soviet model in the late 1970s, due to the failure of communism to produce economic development, and the success of capitalism in Japan. The Chinese Christians advocated the wholesale Westernization. The Western orientation did not command the support of the 800 million Buddhist-Taoist peasants who lived in the countryside. Chinese communist leadership instead chose a new version of T-Yong: capitalism and involvement in the world economy, on the one hand, combined with political authoritarianism and recommitment to traditional Chinese culture. In place of the revolutionary legitimacy of Marxist-Leninism, the Chinese regime substituted legitimacy provided by surging economic characteristics of Chinese culture. The post-Tiananmen regime has eagerly embraced Chinese nationalism as newly found legitimacy.

 

(4) Confucianism versus Buddhism:

In 1980s, the Chinese communists began to promote interest in Confucianism as the mainstay of Chinese culture to woo Chinese intelligentsia peasants away Buddhism and Taoism. Christian Harry Lee was the best bloody Englishman east of Suez. Solomon Bhandarnaike of Sri Lanka was raised a Christian. Vatican wanted to use Harry lee to promote the Westernization of Singapore and China, to wean Chinese away from Buddhism and Taoism. Both camouflaged changed their Christian identities, names, dress, and beliefs. Harry Lee became Lee Kuan Yew. The Anglofied Lee learned Mandarin and became an articulate promoter of Confucianism as an antidote to Buddhism and Taoism. The Christian Bandarnaike converted to Buddhism and appealed to anti-Tamil, Simhala nationalism, to destroy Hindu influence over Sri Lanka.

(5) Westernized Jinnah, Lee, Sun Yatsen

English lawyer M.A. Jinnah, was thoroughly Westernized, a committed secularist, and under the instructions of the Vatican became the fervent apostle of Islam as the basis for the Pakistan State, to deny Hindu influence in Pakistan. The legitimization of Confucianism as the sole anchor of Chinese civilization undermines the influence of Buddhism and Taoism. The Christian promoters of Confucianism, denigrate Taoism as superstition, and chastise Buddhism as foreign import. The Vatican hired Jew Karl Marx to produce the iconoclastic philosophy to destroy Orthodoxy. The Vatican spy Sun Yatsen condemned Confucianism as the source of Chinese backwardness to overthrow the Chinese Buddhist monarchy.

 

The Vatican spy Harry Lee turned Lee Kwan Yew have reinvented Confucianism as the source of Chinese progress, to ward of the growing influence of Buddhism and Taoism in China. It is no wonder that Communist china has banned the Buddhist Law and Falun Gong religious sect in China. Christian Taiwanese government also declared itself an inheritor of Confucian thought. Communists are supporting Christianity as Christian organizations and Christian proselytizing offer an alternative Western faith to fill the void left by the collapse of the Western Maoist-Leninism. Buddhism, Taoism and Hinduism are the common enemies of Christianity and Communism.

 

4(9) Civilization’s war by the West in AD 2010

(1) China as Dominant Asian Power:

A global war involving the core states of the major civilizations is highly improbable but possible. A more dangerous source of a global civilization’s war is the shifting balance of power between civilizations and their core states. If it continues, the rise of China and the increasing assertiveness of this biggest player in the history of man will place tremendous stress on international stability in the early twenty-first century. The emergence of China as the dominant power in East and Southeast Asia would be contrary to American interests as have been historically construed. Given this American interest, how might war between the United States and China develop? Assume the year is 2010. (The Clash of Civilization, p.312-318)

 

We are outlining briefly the American perspective as how 2010 would look like, as outlined by professor Huntington. It will help us understand the motives of the West. We should then suggest the suitable responses of the Hindu, Buddhist, and Islamic and Orthodox civilizations. Assume the year is 2010. American troops are out of Korea. Korea has reunified. The United States has a greatly reduced military presence in Japan.

 

Taiwan and Mainland China have reached an accommodation in which Taiwan continues to have most of its de facto independence but explicitly acknowledges suzerainty of Beijing. With Chinese sponsorship, Taiwan admitted to the United Nations on the model of Ukraine and Byelorussia in 1946. (The Clash of Civilization, p.313)

 

(2) South China Oil:

The development of the oil resources in the South China Sea has proceeded apace, largely under Chinese auspices. American companies develop certain areas in South China Sea still under Vietnamese control. Chinese confidence boosted by its new power projection capabilities, China announces that it will establish full control of the entire South China Sea, all of which. It has always claimed sovereignty. The Vietnamese resist and fighting occurs between Chinese and Vietnamese warships. The Chinese, eager to revenge their 1979 humiliation, invade Vietnam. The Vietnamese appeal for American assistance. The United States says that it cannot accept Chinese conquest of Vietnam, and calls for economic sanctions against China, and dispatches its carrier task force to the South China Sea. China launches air strikes against the US carrier task force. Chinese ground, forces enter Hanoi and occupy large portions of Vietnam. Japan prohibits the use of U.S. bases in Japan, and announces its neutrality and quarantines the bases. Chinese submarines and land-based aircraft impose serious damage on U.S. ships and facilities in East Asia. (The Clash of Civilization, p. 313)

 

(3) China-Iran-Pakistan Alliance:

The military alliance between Pakistan, Iran, and China activated in the India-Pakistan war and Iran comes to assist Pakistan with modern and sophisticated military forces. India bogged down fighting Iranian troops and Pakistani guerrillas from several different ethnic groups. India warns Arab states of the danger of Iranian dominance of Southwest Asia. The initial successes of China against the United States have stimulated major anti-Western movements in Muslim societies. The pro-Western Arab countries and Turkey, would be become victims of Islamic movements. The anti-Western surge provoked by Western weakness leads to a massive Arab attack on Israel, which the U.S. Sixth Fleet is unable to stop. (The Clash of Civilization, p.314)

 

(4) Japan-China Alliance:

JAPAN: Despite its extensive investment in nuclear energy, Japanese economy is still dependent on oil imports. This dependence on foreign oil strengthens Japanese inclination to accommodate China and insure its flow of oil from the Persian Gulf, Indonesia, and the South China Sea. As China scores military successes, Japan nervously begins to bandwagon with China, shifting its position from formal neutrality to pro-Chinese positive neutrality and then yielding to Chinese demands and becoming a co-belligerent. Japanese forces occupy the remaining U.S. bases in Japan and the United States hastily evacuates its troops. The United States declares a blockade of Japan, and American and Japanese ships engage in sporadic duels in the Western Pacific. (The Clash of Civilization, p. 314)

 

RUSSIA: At the start of the war, China proposed a mutual security pact with Russia (vaguely reminiscent of the Hitler-Stalin pact). Chinese successes however have just the opposite effect on Russia than they had on Japan. The prospect of Chinese victory and total Chinese dominance in East Asia terrifies Moscow. As Russia moves in an anti-Chinese direction and begins to reinforce its troops in Siberia, the numerous Chinese settlers in Siberia interfere with these movements. China intervenes militarily to protect its countrymen and occupies Vladivostock, the Amur River valley, and other key-parts of eastern Siberia. As fighting spreads between Russia and Chinese troops in central Siberia, uprisings occur in Mongolia, which China had earlier placed under a protectorate. (The Clash of Civilization, p. 314)

 

RUSSIA AND GULF: During the war, Arab countries come under the control of Islamic militants, Persian Gulf oil supplies to the West diminish to a trickle and the West consequently becomes increasingly dependent on Russian, Caucasian, and Central Asian sources. This leads the West to intensify its efforts to enlist Russia on its side, and to support Russia in extending its control over the oil-rich Muslim countries to its south. (The Clash of Civilization, p. 315)

 

(5) Islamic Nuclear Threat:

The United States has been eagerly attempting to mobilize the full support of its European allies. While extending diplomatic and economic assistance, they were reluctant to become involved militarily. China and Iran, however, are fearful that Western countries will eventually rally behind the United States, as the United States eventually came to the support of the Britain and France in two world wars. To prevent this Iran secretly deploys intermediate-range nuclear-capable missiles to Bosnia and Algeria and China warns the European powers that they should stay out of the war. U.S. intelligence perceives and reports the deployment and NATO Council declares the missiles be removed immediately. A missile with a nuclear warhead, launched from Algeria, explodes outside Marseilles, and NATO retaliates with devastating air attacks against North African targets. (The Clash of Civilization, p. 314)

 

BALKAN WAR: Before NATO can act, Serbia wishing to reclaim its historic role as the defender of Christianity against the Turks, invade Bosnia. Croatia joins in and the two countries occupy and partition Bosnia, capture the nuclear missiles, and proceed with efforts to complete the ethnic cleansing which they had been forced to stop in 1990s. Albania and Turkey attempt to help Bosnia. Greece and Bulgaria launch invasions of Bosporus. (The Clash of Civilization, p. 315)

 

USA-EUROPE-RUSSIA-INDIA ALLIANCE: The United States, Europe, Russia and India have thus become engaged in a truly global struggle against China, Japan and most of Islam. How would such a war end? Both sides have major nuclear capabilities and clearly, if brought into more than minimal play would destroy the principal countries on both sides. If mutual deterrence worked, mutual exhaustion might lead to a negotiated armistice, which would not resolve the fundamental issue of Chinese hegemony in East Asia. (The Clash of Civilization, p. 315)

 

RUSSIA-CHINA WARS: Alternatively, the West could attempt to defeat China using conventional military power. The alignment of Japan with China gives China the protection of an insular cordon sanitaire preventing the United States from using its naval power against the centers of Chinese population and industry along its coast. The alternative is to approach China from the west. The fighting between Russia and China leads NATO to welcome Russia as a member. NATO and Russia cooperate: (a) in countering Chinese incursions into Siberia, and (b) maintaining Russian control over the Muslim oil and gas countries of Central Asia. NATO and Russia cooperate: (c) in promoting insurrections against Chinese rule by Tibetans, Uighurs, and Mongolians. The cooperate (d) in gradually mobilizing and deploying Western and Russian forces eastward into Siberia for the final assault across the Great Wall to Beijing, Manchuria, and the Han heartland. (The Clash of Civilization, p.315)

 

(6) Rise of the Southern World:

The outcome of this global civilization’s war shall be, (a) mutual nuclear devastation, (b) a negotiated halt as a result of mutual exhaustion, and (c) eventual march of Russian and Western forces into Tiananmen Square. The broader long-term result would almost inevitably be the drastic decline in the economic, demographic, and military power of all major participants in the war. Consequently, global power, which had shifted over the centuries from the East to the West and had then begun to shift back from the West to the East, would now shift from North to the South. The great beneficiaries of the war of civilizations are those civilizations, which abstained from it. With the West, Russia, China, and Japan devastated to varying degrees, the way is open for India, if it escaped such devastation although it was a participant, to attempt to reshape the world along Hindu lines. (The Clash of Civilization, p.316)

 

(7) Disintegration of Indonesia:

If Asia, China, Japan, and Korea are devastated by the war power also shifts southward. Indonesia, which had remained neutral in the war, becomes the dominant state. Indonesia under the guidance of its Australian advisors, acting to shape the course of events from New Zealand on the east to Myanmar-Burma and Sri Lanka on the west and Vietnam on the north. All of which presages future conflict with India, and revived China. In any event, the center of world politics moves south. (The Clash of Civilization, p. 316)

 

AFRICA: The Latin American countries sat out the war, and experienced booming economies. Africa, on the other hand, has little to offer to the rebuilding of Europe and instead disgorges hordes of socially mobilized people to prey on the remains.

 

(8) Cause of Third World War:

What is most plausible and hence most disturbing about this scenario is the cause of war. The world war is caused by intervention by the core state of one civilization (the United States) in a dispute between the core state of another civilization (China) and a member of that civilization (Vietnam). To the United States such intervention was necessary, to prevent the domination by a single power. To China, that intervention was totally intolerable, as it provoked opposition to within its legitimate sphere of influence. (The Clash of Civilization, p.316)

 

(9) Abstention Rule:

In the coming era, in short, the avoidance of major inter-civilization’s wars requires core states to refrain from intervening in conflicts of other civilizations. This is as truth which some states, particularly the United States, will undoubtedly find difficult to accept. This Abstention Rule that core states refrain from intervention in conflicts of other civilizations is the first requirement of peace in a multiCivilization, Multipolar world. The second requirement is the Joint Mediation Rule that core states negotiate with each other to contain or to halt fault line wars between states and groups from their civilizations. Acceptance of these Joint Mediation Rules, by a world with greater equality among civilizations, will neither be easy for the West nor for other civilizations, especially the civilization that aims to supplement or supplant the West in its dominant role. (The Clash of Civilization, p.316)

 

(10) During Decline of the West

To preserve Western civilization in the face of declining Western power, it is in the interest of the United States and European countries to accept the following. (a) To preclude states from other civilizations exploiting differences among them. (b) Expedite the Westernization of Latin America. (c) To accept Russia as the core-state of Orthodoxy and a major regional power with legitimate interests in the security of its southern borders. (d) To check Japan from drifting away from the West and toward accommodation with China. (e) To recognize that Western intervention in the affairs of other civilizations is probably the single most dangerous source, of instability and potential global conflict in a multi-civilization’s world. (The Clash of Civilization, p.312)

 

(11) Third World War

Professor Samuel P. Huntington gave a wonderful scenario of the coming Civilization’s war of the future. These parts of his scenario are most plausible.

 

CHINA: The emergence of China as the dominant power in East and Southeast Asia would be contrary to American interests. Korea will reunite. China would takeover Taiwan. China would invade Vietnam. Chinese submarines and aircraft would impose serious damage on U.S. ships. Japan: Japan would accommodate China to insure its flow of oil. Japan would become a co-belligerent against the United States. The alignment of Japan with China gives China the protection of an insular sanitaire, preventing the United States from using its naval power against China. (The Clash, p.313)

 

ISLAMIC BOMB: The military alliance between Pakistan, Iran, and China activates. Islamic movements bring down the pro-Western governments in Arab countries and in Turkey. China and Iran secretly deploy intermediate-range nuclear capable missiles to Bosnia and Algeria. An Islamic missile with a nuclear warhead, launched from Algeria, with the help of Iran and China, explodes outside Marseilles. (The Clash, p. 317)

 

SINO-RUSSIAN WAR: At the start of the war, China proposed a mutual security pact with Russia. Five million Chinese illegal migrants in Eastern Siberia, against seven (7) million Russians, interfere with the Russian movements of troops. China occupies Vladivostok and the Amur River valley. Fighting spreads between Russia and Chinese troops in central Siberia. China occupies Mongolia. (The Clash, p. 314)

 

INDIA: With the West, Russia, China, and Japan devastated to varying degrees, the way is open for India, if it escaped such devastation even tough it was a participant, to attempt to reshape the world along Hindu lines. The great beneficiaries of the war of civilizations are those civilizations, which abstained from it. The global power would now shift from North to the South. (The Clash, p. 316)

 

(12) Permanent Members of UN-SC:

From the Civilization’s point of view, Japan and India, should be two (2) new permanent members. Africa, Latin America and the Muslim world should also have a permanent seat each. These three (3) permanent seats occupied on a rotating basis by the leading states of those civilizations. The selections should be made by, (1) the Organization of the Islamic Conference, (2) the organization of African Unity, and (3) the Organization of American States (the United States abstaining). It would also be appropriate to consolidate the British and French permanent seats into a single (1) European Union seat the rotating occupant of which would be selected by the European Union. Seven (7) civilizations would thus have one (1) permanent seat each and the West would have two (2), (total of nine-9), allocation broadly representative of the distribution of people, wealth, and power in the world. (The Clash, p. 317-8)

 

4(10) Conclusion

(1) War of Civilizations Improbable

A global war involving the core states of the major civilizations is highly improbable but possible. A more dangerous source of a global civilization’s war is the shifting balance of power between civilizations and their core states. In the post-Cold War world, for the first time in history, global politics has become multipolar and mutli-Civilization’s. The years after the Cold War, has witnessed the beginning of dramatic changes in the identities of the White race and the symbols of those identities. The Global politics began reconfiguring along cultural lines. The cultural identities, which at the broadest level are civilization identities, are shaping the patterns of conflict in the post-Cold War. Religion is the central defining characteristic of the Civilization. The great religions are the foundations on which the great civilizations rest. The Cultural and religious conflicts are increasing and more dangerous today than any time in history and future conflicts will be sparked by cultural and religious factors, rather than economics or ideology. In addition, the most dangerous cultural conflicts are those along the fault lines between the civilizations. Spurred by modernization, global politics reconfigures along cultural lines. Peoples and countries with similar cultures are coming together. Alignments defined by ideology and superpower relations are giving way to alignments defined by culture and civilization. Political boundaries are re-drawn to coincide with cultural ones, ethnic, religious, and Civilization’s. Cultural communities are replacing Cold War blocs, and the fault lines between civilizations are becoming the central lines of conflict in global politics.

 

(2) Six World Powers

The international system of the twenty-first century will contain following six major civilizations. They shall be (i) Protestant United States, (ii) Catholic United Europe, (iii) Orthodox Russia, (iv) Buddhist China, (v) Hindu India and (vi) Pakistan led Islamic World. In this new-world local politics is the politics of ethnicity; global politics is the politics of civilizations. The rivalry of the superpowers replaced by the clash of civilizations.

 

(3) India in the Tripolar World

The world was Tripolar not Bipolar world from 1947 to 1962, and three major blocs from 1945 to 1962 were the Western World, the Eastern World and the Southern World, and India led the Southern world. China could never emerge as the leader of the Third World. The world was Tripolar from 1947 to 1962. The world became Bipolar from 1962 to 1991, after the Cuban Missile Crisis and India’s defeat in the 1962 India-China War. From 1947 to 1962, the three world powers were United States, Soviet Union and India, and Khrushchev and Jawaharlal Nehru determined the post Second World War to Cuban Missile Crisis age.

 

(4) Missionaries Menace to South Korea

South Korea historically was an overwhelmingly Buddhist country, with Christians number in 1950 perhaps 1 percent to 3 percent of the population. By 1980’s Christians, largely Presbyterians and Catholics were at least 30 percent of South Korea population.

 

(5) Population of Christians Hindus Muslims

The Catholics and Protestants together represented 26.9 percent of world population in 1900 and 30 percent in 1980. Muslims increased dramatically from 12.4 percent in 1900 to 16.5 or 18 percent in 1980, to 17.1 percent in 2000. Hindus represented 12.5 percent of world population in 1900, 13.3 percent in 1980 and 13.5 percent in 1985 and 13.7 percent in 2000.

 

(6) India 4th Largest Economy

India was the world’s sixth largest industrial nation in 1945. In 1950, the West accounted for roughly 64 percent of the gross world product; by 1980, this proportion had dropped to 49 percent. By 2013, the West will account for only 30% of the world product. In 1991, four (4) of the seven (7) largest economies of the world belonged to non-Western nations: Japan (in second place), China (third), Russia (sixth), and India (seventh). In 1992, the United States had the largest economy of the world, and the top ten economies included those of five Western countries plus the leading states of five other civilizations: China, Japan, India, Russia, and Brazil. In 2002, the top four economies of the world were, namely, United States, China, Japan and India. World Bank estimated India’s GNP at PPP at US$ 2.2 trillion in 2000.

 

(7) Slav Russia Asian or European

Within Russia the debate over Russia’s true-identity reemerged in full vigor. Russia should not become a part of the West. Russia does embody a distinct Orthodox and Eurasian civilization with a unique destiny to link with Asia as Russia took birth as the tax collectors for the Mongol Empire and it links Russian Civilization with Hindu, Buddhist, and Islamic civilizations. India should support Slavophiles, nationalists, Euro-Asianists and derzhavniki. India should oppose Westernizes, cosmopolitans, and Atlantists. India should convince President Vladimir Putin that Russia should reject the Atlantist course, and promote an appreciable redistribution of Russian resources, options, ties, and interests in favor of Asia in the eastern and southern direction. Russia is a unique Eurasian civilization. Slav Russians should develop closer spiritual links with Hinduism, to join forces to bring down the worldwide dominance of Catholic Church.

 

(8) Europe’s Religious Faultline

In European Union a new fault line is emerging, a basically cultural divide between Western Europe marked by western Christianity (Roman Catholic or Protestant), on the one hand, and the Eastern Europe marked by eastern Christianity, on the other. The new cultural division in Europe is replacing the Iron Curtain as the ancient cultural fault line between East Europe and West Europe. It places the lands of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire, as well as Poland and the Baltic States within the Western Europe. It places the Balkan Orthodox countries in the Eastern Europe. This is a great religious divide between the Eastern and Western Churches. Broadly speaking, between those people who received their Christianity from Rome directly or through Celtic or German intermediaries, and those in the East and Southeast to whom it came through Constantinople (Byzantine).

 

(9) Greater China

Greater China is thus not simply an abstract concept. It is a rapidly growing cultural and economic reality and has begun to become a political one. The economy of East Asia is increasingly China-centered and Chinese-dominated. Chinese from Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore have supplied much of the capital responsible for the growth of the mainland in the 1990s. Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia dominates the economies of these countries. In the early 1990, Chinese made up 1 percent of the population of the Philippines but were responsible for 35 percent of sales of domestically owned firms. In Indonesia in mid 1980s, ethnic Chinese population was 2-3 percent of the total population, but owned roughly 70 percent of the private domestic capital. Seventeen of the twenty-five largest businesses were Chinese controlled. In early 1990s, the ethnic Chinese populations was 10 percent of the population of Thailand, but owned nine of the ten largest business groups, and were responsible for 50 percent of its GNP. Chinese are about one-third of the population of Malaysia but almost totally dominate the economy. Outside Japan and Korea, the East Asian economy is a Chinese economy.

 

(10) Cold Peace

Cold peace, cold war, trade war. Quasi war, uneasy peace, troubled relations, intense rivalry, competitive coexistence, and arms races: these phrases are the most probable descriptions of relations between entities from different civilizations. Trust and friendship will be rare. Civilizations are the ultimate human tribes, and the clash of civilizations is a tribal conflict on a global scale. Connections between states of different civilizations inherited from the past, such as Cold war military alliances, are likely to attenuate or evaporate. Hopes of inter-Civilization’s partnerships will remain unrealized. Emerging inter-Civilization’s relations would approximate a condition of Cold Peace could be the future of relations between Russia and the West.

 

(11) Role of Religion in New World Order

A New World order is emerging based on religious civilizations. The Vatican's universalistic pretensions increasingly bring it into conflict with Orthodoxy, Buddhist and Hindu civilizations. The survival of the Western civilization depends on Americans and West Europeans reaffirming their secular nationalist identities, defined on non-Catholic terms. The survival of the Western Civilization also depends on the Vatican's acceptance that Christianity is not the only Universal Religion in the world. And that Catholic Pope is not the representative of Gods of Orthodox, Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist and tribal civilizations, who account for more than 75% of the world population. Avoidance of a global war of religions depends on world leaders accepting and cooperating to maintain the multi-Civilization and multi religious character of global politics.

 

 

 

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