On august 27, 2015, Jewish Washington Post’s bureau chief in Pakistan, Tim Craig, repeated his last year’s lies about Pakista’s nuclear threat to US allies in the region. This time he predicted that within less than ten years – Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal could become the world’s third biggest. I sincerely wish Craig’s Talmudic prophecy come true.
Tim Craig’s assumption, as usual, is based on a report prepared by same two pro-Israel Jewish-controlled sister think tanks; the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP) and its sidekick the Stimson Center. Both are mainly funded by the US State Department and Rockefeller Foundation. The current president of CEIP is Dr. Jessica Tuchman Mathews (Jewish), former staffer of State Department. Ellen Laipson (Jewish) is president and CEO of the Stimson Center. She is an ax-staffer of CEIP. She is also an open critic of the US-Iran nuclear deal.
According to Tim Craig’s source, Pakistan posses about 120 nukes while India has about 100 – and Israel has none, of course. However, 2014 Report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, says Pakistan has 100-120 nukes while India has 90-110 nukes – and Israel has 80 nukes.
Former US president Jimmy Carter in a recent interview claimed that Israel already has 150-200 nukes. On the other hand, Israel’s nuclear whistleblower, Mordechai Vanunu, claimed in 2002 that Israel has nearly 400 nuclear and hydrogen bombs, which put Israel in the third position after Russia (8,000 nukes) and United States (7,300 nukes). Let’s act stupid and pretend that Israel will not increase its nuke stockpile while the rest of the eight nuclear powers (the US, UK, France, China, Russia, India, Pakistan and North Korea) do.
Now, if we believe that Jimmy Carter or Mordechai Vanunu is telling the truth – Pakistan has 7th world’s largest stockpile of nukes after the Russia, US, Israel, France, China and UK.
Now, how Pakistan is going to jump from 7th to 3rd position? The WP’s ‘nuclear expert’ says that “though India has far larger stockpile of plutonium, which is needed to produce high-yield warheads, than Pakistan does, but CEIP/Stimson Center report says India appears to be using its plutonium to produce domestic energy.”
The largest source of energy in both India and Pakistan is hydro-electric power plants. Pakistan has been facing acute energy crisis for decades, reports the United States Institute of Peace think tank. So, what’s stopping Islamabad to follow India’s lead to solve country’s energy crisis by consuming its plutonium stockpiles instead of reaching a target of “350 nuclear weapons within five to ten years,” according to Tim Craig’s Jewish source.
Tim Craig’s “highly reliable” report released on Wednesday, was authored by two Zionist Jews; Toby Dalton, co-director of the Carnegie Endowment’s Nuclear Policy Program, and Michael Krepon, co-founder of the Stimson Center. These Zionist idiots have claimed that Pakistan is building 20 nuclear bombs per year. I wonder who is providing funds for such a costly venture? I’m sure it couldn’t be Washington which has already wasted $1 billion US taxpayers’ money on Israel’s Iron Dome which failed miserably during Israel-Hamas war in 2014.
Pakistan’s 35-year-old KANUP Research Nuclear Plant in Karachi is running at 30 mW of its original 137 mW capacity. It’s frequently inspected by IAEA teams. The nuclear power-generating complex at Chashma and Khushab have Chinese reactors which are being operated by Pakistan-Chinese engineers under IAEA guidelines. Contrary to that Israel has never allowed IAEA or US nuclear inspection teams to enter its five nuclear sites – even though IAEA is run by an US agent, Yukiya Amano.
Pakistan has no record of selling nuclear-related weapons to its friendly foreign nations, but Israel has done that. Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz reported on August 7, 2015 that the Zionist regime is not only selling arms to India, Azerbaijan, South Sudan and Rwanda, but also training bodyguards for dictators in Cameroon, Togo, Ivory Coast, and Equatorial Guinea. Last year, Israel sold $8 billion worth of arms to foreign regimes.
Pakistan’s spending on country’s defense ($5.7 billion) is the lowest in the region. In the same period of time, India spent $40.4 billion, Israel ($17.3 billion), Saudi Arabia ($47 billion), China ($115 billion), and Iran ($6.3 billion).