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Re: Pakistanís Chief of Army Fights to Keep His Job. Coup Possible?
« Reply #30 on: June 16, 2011, 09:38:57 pm »
It turns out that US interests would be better served by abandoning Pakistan and cultivating India.
Sorry, but that flies in the face of established Republican policy since 1972.
It was important to cultivate China to destroy Russia.  Now it is wise to cultivate India to destroy China.

Not sure yet.  We may find ourselves siding with China against India.  Or India against Indonesia.  Best to keep our options open to how the Asia turns out over the next decade.
I've given it serious thought. I must scorn the ways of my family, and seek a Japanese woman to yield me my progeny. He shall live in the lands of the east, and be well tutored in his sacred trust to weave the best traditions of Japan and the Sacred South together, until such time as he (or, indeed his house, which will periodically require infusion of both Southern and Japanese bloodlines of note) can deliver to the South it's independence, either in this world or in space.  -Lettow April of 2011

Raz is right. -MadImmortalMan March of 2017