Wednesday, June 02, 2010
Washington and the Kyrgyz future—Securing the Pivot
by F. William Engdahl*
Long-term Pentagon Plan for Central Asia
Spreading a cancer across Central Asia
Spreading War via NDN
Low Intensity Warfare and PKO
Training the police…
A dubious Community Defense Initiative
NDN is the Key
NDN and Kyrgyzstan’s Batken ‘Anti-Terror’ center
Opium in the Central Asian War
US Military as Opium Exporter?
To this end, the U.S. is employing the time-tested tactics of Low Intensity Warfare to generate the pretext for NATO’s permanent expansion under guise of the ‘war on terror’, with opium gainfully fueling the operations. If successful in Central Asia, Washington will have achieved a ‘checkmate’ by effectively blocking any combination of nations on earth from opposing its agenda of Full Spectrum Dominance.
Since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 a prime strategic objective of the Pentagon and of US intelligence has been to deeply penetrate the former Soviet states of Central Asia.