Pakistan and Afghanistan – epicenters of geopolitical intrigue
“America’s foreign policy increasingly looks like the final scene from Scarface. After North Korea, Russia, China, Venezuela, Myanmar, Syria, Hezbollah, Palestine and Iran, the latest country to be in the crosshairs of globalists is Pakistan. However, as usual, there’s more to the story than the propaganda. The real, unspoken reason behind the drama is America’s anti-China strategy, but let’s analyze the big picture.
The official talking points scapegoat Pakistan for terrorism in Afghanistan. The repeated mantra is that Taliban and the Haqqani network of terrorists sneak in from Pakistan and attack the U.S. troops in Afghanistan. While there’s some truth to this, the bloviating experts ignore that 40 percent of Afghanistan is now under Taliban’s control.”