One of the top 30 American think tanks, the East-West Institue (EWI) held its 7th Worldwide Security Conference (WSC7) in Brussels on February 18, 2010. One of the topic discussed was Pakistan-Afghanistan co-operation to fight Taliban and the Al-Qaeda hoax jointly. The conference was attended by political and military personnel from Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, the US, EU, NATO and Bangladesh. Bangladesh, which was invited for the first time – was represented by Maj. Gen. Muniruzzaman, president of BIPSS.
Pakistan’s government’s point of views were presented by its foreign minister, Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi. He called for dialogues, development and deterrence to stabalize the Pakistan-Afghanistan border regions. US-government in Afghanistan was represented by its defense minister, General Abdul Rahim Wardak.
Incidently, the keynote speaker from the US was no other than the former head of Homeland Security Department, a dual-citizen and anti-Muslim Zionist Jew, Michael Chertoff. He is currently, lobbying for the installation of more ‘Made in Israel’ full body scanners in the US and Canada – making it easier for Israeli Mossad to carry more False-Flag operations and blaming them on Arabs. Chertoff’s topic happened to be ‘Worldwide Cyber Security’. He recommended censorship on internet-freedom: “Cybersecurity issues, however, transcend the protection of personal data or networks from organized crime or even terrorism. In fact, cyberwarfare is a major national security issue; protecting the security and freedom of our networks is as critical as protecting freedom of the seas and outer space….” The other speaker on this topic was Dr. Ali Jahangiri a world-renowned IT specialist.
Interestingly, former Chief of Pakistan intelligence agency, ISI (2001-2004), Lt. Gen. Ehsanul Haq, who attended the EWI conference – still believes in the Al-Qaeda hoax. In an interview the General said that though Taliban and Al-Qaeda have different agendas in Afghanistan – they’re united on the common ground of resistance against the foreign occupation. “While they have a common enemy they will always be together. When they’re not confronted with a common enemy, naturally their own agenda will come to fore,” said Ehsanul Haq. He was referring to Obama’s friendly gesture toward Taliban, inviting them to join the Karzai government. The General believes that as long as American or its allied forces are in Afghanistan – Taliban leadership will never dare to share the power.
Leo Cendrowicz in the TIME (December 2, 2009) wrote that Barack Obama administration was disappointed by the response it got from the NATO’s European members for additional forces in Afghanistan.
Dave Lindorff, an American author and columnist wrote in an article titled Battle of Marjah: The US Has Already Lost:
”Taliban fighters, or at least many of them, believe they are fighting for Allah, or for their country’s survival and independence, or for both, and they are willing to die for those causes. What are American forces fighting for in Afghanistan? Hard to say. I suspect many, if asked, would say they have no idea. Some, I’m sure, would say they are “defending America” if asked thanks to their indoctrination, but I also suspect that as they survey the primitive society in which they are fighting, and see the poverty of the people, they will have a hard time perceiving Afghanistan as any kind of threat to their own country or families. Some may say they’re avenging the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon “by Al Qaeda” in 2001, but then, even the US government admits that the foreign fighters of Al Qaeda have long ago left Afghanistan, and no Taliban were involved in the 9-11 attacks. So it’s hard to see American troops being willing to die for these trumped up “causes.” I suspect, again, that most US troops are understandably trying really hard mainly to make sure they don’t get hurt or killed.”
In April 2004, EMI posthomously honored the former Swedish foreign minister (1998-2003), Anna Lindh (b. 1957), with “Statesman of the Year Award”. Anna was stabbed to death by Mijailo Mijailovic on September 11, 2003 for her criticism of the Zionist entity and Ariel Sharon and her support for Palestinians.