I DON’T KNOW

One day I was sitting in the garden, trying to relax and enjoy the sunny afternoon when Mithu decided to visit. I was already feeling annoyed and upset that BoJo had delayed lifting the lockdown. Holidays to anywhere had to be cancelled once again. Mithu, on the other hand, was eager to share his outlandish observations and conspiracy theories of the human world. But I was not in the mood. Mithu is an old friend, a beautiful Indian Ringneck Parakeet. A proficient speaker. Below is the transcript of the chat between myself and Mithu.

Mithu: There are early signs that we are likely entering the second phase. Phase one involved western interventions after 9/11. The second phase will witness conflicts between regional players, i.e., Iran versus Arabs and Pakistan versus India. The Asian region is being set up for some major upheavals in the coming months and years. Do you see it too?

Me: I don’t know

Mithu: I am thinking that the pull-out of American forces from the region is a big indicator that something major is about to happen. The Americans are pulling out from Afghanistan while at the same time they have removed their patriot missiles and some forces from the Arab nations.

Me: I don’t know

Mithu: There are certain similarities between the two groups i.e., Iran versus Arabs and India versus Pakistan. As if capitalists have created a useful model that they are applying in both places. Sharing technology with one side and allowing them to build their weapons while forcing the other side to purchase weapons from the companies belonging to the capitalists. Pretty clever policy, no?

Me: I don’t know

Mithu: The Persians are manufacturing missiles, drones, and weapons. But the wealthy Arabs are not allowed to manufacture their weapons. Isn’t that strange?

Me: I don’t know

Mithu: Iran never had homegrown drone technology till they downed an American drone or was that drone gifted to them. I assume that because the Persians helped the Americans for more than 20 years, killing Sunnis in Iraq and Syria, and Afghanistan so they were rewarded with the drone technology. Or was that just a coincidence?

Me: I don’t know

Mithu: And by some strange luck the same method is being used with India and Pakistan. Capitalists allowed China and others to share their technologies with Pakistan. Thus, Pakistan managed to strengthen its defence systems like missiles and fighter jets. India under the pressure had no choice but to buy French-made fighter jets manufactured by companies owned by capitalists.  Would India have bought those fighter jets from France had Pakistan not made their own?

Me: I don’t know

Mithu: You may be wondering why has the region become such a powder keg. The answer is the borders that were created by the British Empire are no longer sustainable. The status quo is no longer sustainable. The reshaping of the region is called the great game. Did you know that the geopolitical great game is mainly about natural resources in the Central Asian region?

Me: I don’t know

Mithu: The global capitalists want to reshape the region to create more debt and control the natural resources that are there in abundance in the Central Asian region. Some geopolitical analysts are convinced that the Bernard Lewis plan (see map below) has not been discarded and is intended to be implemented after the war. Areas with an abundance of natural resources are intended to have separate states just like Kuwait and Qatar.

At least that is the plan of capitalists and Allah is the best of planners.

Do you know that the big upheaval is only a few years away?

Me: I don’t know

Mithu: The Central Asian states are full of easily accessible natural resources and that is what makes the region so dangerous. The west has virtually depleted easily accessible natural resources in their regions. The capitalists want to make sure that the Asian states remain vassal states for the foreseeable future. The war will decide who controls the future of pipelines that will bring gas and oil to the global marketplace.

Does the pull-out of American forces from Afghanistan increases or decreases the chances of implementing the Bernard Lewis plan?

Me: I don’t know

Mithu: Maybe it was Bernard Lewis’s plan that prompted the Pakistani state to install barbwire along the entire 2,670 km Durrant line (border between Afghanistan and Pakistan). If you take a closer look at the map and you will realise that the part of Khorasan which was in Pakistan is shown in Afghanistan. Afghanistan becomes Khorasan. However, now that the Taliban are likely to be in power in Afghanistan soon, they may not adhere to the capitalists’ plan of reshaping the borders.

Whether the Taliban agree to the Bernard Lewis plan or not, one thing is certain, regional upheaval in places in accordance with the map is inevitable. Maybe Afghanistan and Pakistan will go to war against each other soon.

Me: I don’t know

Mithu: The Americans during their stay have created the necessary conditions for the Asian neighbours to go to war. India and Pakistan will likely blame the water shortages for the wars. As far as the Americans are concerned it is phase two of their Bernard Lewis plan.

Me: I don’t know

Mithu: Yes, I hear you. You don’t know anything. Well, in that case, I am off to the kitchen, it is time for my second lunch. Gracias for listening.

Me: You are welcome.

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