The reasons for the creation of Pakistan and the personalities behind its creation are very different from what conventional history teaches

Jinnah did play a part in the creation of Pakistan as did Congress leaders ,but any person looking at the CHRONOLOGY of events leading to the formation of Pakistan


The best source for the real history of Pakistan is the book The Shadow of the Great Game: The Untold Story of Indias Partition

Historians and political analysts have not paid enough attention to the crucial link between Indias partition and British fears about the USSR gaining control of Central Asia . Realizing that Indian nationalists would not play the Great Game against the Soviet Union, the British settled for those willing to do so….ie the future Islamic state of Pakistan . Jinnah was smart enough to recognize this British need and the need to satisfy Britian’s need  for continued Anglo American military presence in the subcontinent

Almost as if confirming that theory Pakistan joined CENTO  Central Treaty Organization a  mutual security organization dating from 1955 to 1979 and composed of Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, and the United Kingdom. Until March 1959 the organization was known as the METO Middle East Treaty Organization, included Iraq, and had its headquarters in Baghdad. Formed at the urging of Britain and the United States, the Central Treaty Organization was intended to counter the threat of Soviet expansion into vital Middle East oil-producing regions. It was never very effective. Iraq withdrew from the alliance in 1959 after its anti-Soviet monarchy was overthrown. That same year the United  States became an associate member, the name of the organization was changed to CENTO, and its headquarters was moved to Ankara. Following the fall of the shah in 1979, Iran withdrew, and CENTO was dissolved.

Since the 1950s Pakistan has been closely tied to the US militarily and financially . Now its an undisputed fact that the Jew Lobby exercises a strong influence over US Foreign Policy
Yet not once has the Lobby stopped or even tried to stop the military and financial transfers to Pakistan . Its obvious that arming and keeping Pakistan militarily viable
doesn’t affect Israel


Compared to the craziness surrounding the Israeli response to Iran’s one nuke there has been almost no response to the 100 plus Pakistani nuclear weapons Pakistan has or is rumored to have


Without going into the past history of Pakistan’s ties with Israel lets simply look at the PRESENT comments by the Pakistani elite ie the Army Generals (retired and present ) and the politicians

Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf speaks during an interview with Reuters in Dubai, May 2, 2011. REUTERS/Jumana El-Heloueh

Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf Dubai, May 2, 2011. REUTERS

General Pervez Musharaf  ex millitary ruler of Pakistan said Pakistan should consider establishing ties with Israel  “There is nothing to lose by trying to get on Israel’s good side, Musharraf, a former army chief, told the liberal Israeli newspaper Haaretz in an interview carried on its website. “Pakistan also needs to keep readjusting its diplomatic stand toward Israel based on the mere fact that it exists and is not going away.” “I felt I needed to test the waters in Pakistan when it comes to Israel , Musharraf said.  We have been anti-Israel in Pakistan because of Palestine … But I believe in realism and in assessing ground realities.”Source Reuters

Its not just retired generals who covertly talk to and help Israel According to an October 2009 U.S. diplomatic cable published by WikiLeaks, the head of Pakistan’s main spy agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI),Sujha Pasha  said he had contacted Israel officials to head off potential attacks on Israeli targets in India.Source Reuters


Benazir and Peres

Benazir Bhutto  ——Israeli media reports on Friday revealed that slain Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto intended to establish official relations with the Jewish state if elected and was seeking Mossad protection in the interim.The Hebrew daily newspaper Maariv further revealed that Bhutto had asked Israel’s Mossad spy agency, along with the CIA and Britain’s Scotland Yard, to help protect her in the run-up to Pakistan’s January 8 election. Bhutto complained that current Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf was trying to make her an easy target for assassination by now allowing her to use adequate protective measures.

Of course the statements were made AFTER her assassination so there was no way to have her confirm or deny the alleged comments.

Israeli leaders also payed glowing tributes to Bhutto after her assassination Then Israeli PM Ehud Olmert said the assassination was a “great tragedy,” and that he received the news “with deep sadness.” Bhutto had stopped in London and, through a mutual acquaintance, relayed a message that she would “in the future like to strengthen the ties between Israel and Pakistan,” Olmert said.President Shimon Peres said he was shocked by Bhutto’s killing. “I had the chance to meet her on several occasions, in which she expressed interest in Israel and said that she hoped to visit upon returning to power,”


Imran Khan and Jemina Goldsmith

The most well connected and kosher of all Pakistani politicians however is Imran Khan Niazi  former Pakistan cricket captain and married to (now divorced) the Rothschild related Goldsmith family .His former wife Jemima Goldsmith,is the daughter of Zionist Banker financier Sir James Goldsmith,member of the old Jewish Goldsmith family,many of whom have intermarried with the Rothschilds

Nawaz Sharif too is interested in official ties with Israel Sharif is  a close ally of the Saudis more precisely of the House of Saud and probably uses the Sauds (who have close overt ties with Zionist Jews ) as a conduit to the Israelis

The average Pakistani may rave and rant online and offline about conspiracies RAW CIA and Mossad together  hatch against Pakistan ,and the average Sanghi may believe Israel is India’s closest ally against Pakistan  but when it comes to ground reality Pakistan’s  leaders and its elite are have good ties with Israel and important Zionist Jews

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  1. thestoker says:

    Reblogged this on The Stoker's Blog and commented:
    Let us not forget the Saudi/ChiComm/NK/Dimona axis of evil. BWAHAHAHAHAHAAAAA.

  2. Thestoker in 10 years, Pakistan will (MAY) have largest N-stockpile after US and Russia

    Of course the Think Tanks putting out the “information” have their own agenda but assuming its even partially true you have to question why Israel considers one Iranian nuke as such a massive threat to its existence and dosnt seem too worried about 350 possible Pakistani nukes in the near future

  3. Hey Indian Gentile

    Just take your time and research into this

    The Institute for National Security Studies
    40 Haim Levanon St. • Tel Aviv 6997556 • Israel

    Beyond the Veil: Israel-Pakistan Relations
    Memorandum No. 55, Tel Aviv: Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies at Tel Aviv University, March 2000
    P. R. Kumaraswamy (An Indian prof who has published above mentioned paper in Tel Aviv University)

    This paper lays naked the strong relations between Israel and Pakistan which have been cemented secretly and covertly. Boooom. The cat is finally out of the bag. Its The International Jew once again behind both sides of war, lol !!

    Following are the excerpts :-

    // Introduction
    Contrary to popular belief in both countries, contacts between the
    two date back to the late 1940s, when the Pakistani leadership was
    officially hostile to the idea of a Jewish state. These contacts were not
    an aberration, nor were they confined to a particular leader or period. A
    careful perusal of available archival and other materials indicates that
    from the beginning, both countries have been quietly pursuing one
    Their contacts were more than diplomatic niceties or polite
    conversations; they have often involved a degree of convergence of Israeli
    and Pakistani interests.
    At one time or another, important Pakistani leaders, such as the
    articulate Foreign Minister Sir Zafrulla Khan (1947-54), military dictators
    Ayub Khan (1958-69), Yayha Khan (1969-71) and Zia ul-Haq (1977-88)
    and Prime Ministers Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (1972-77), Benazir Bhutto (1988-
    90 and 1994-96) and Nawaz Sharif (1990-93 and 1997-99) were
    sympathetic toward Israel or facilitated interactions with Israeli leaders,
    diplomats or officials. They were not alone. A host of Pakistani officials
    and diplomats have met, discussed and at times dined with their Israeli
    counterparts. Such contacts were held primarily in Washington, London
    or at the United Nations headquarters in New York. At the same time, a
    number of other locations, such as Rangoon, Kathmandu and Tokyo in
    Asia, Lagos in Africa, Ankara and Tehran in the Middle East, Caracas
    and Ottawa in the Americas and Brussels and Rome in Europe also
    functioned as meeting points for Israeli and Pakistani diplomats.
    Some of these meetings were private and bilateral, while others took
    place at functions organized by the host countries, or by foreign missions
    accredited to the host countries. Israeli diplomats regularly monitored
    and reported the movements of their Pakistani counterparts. Media
    reports on the biographical details of Pakistani envoys were regularly
    sent to Jerusalem for further contacts or future reference. Pakistani
    missions have regularly sent various informative and publicity materials
    to Israeli missions in the host countries. Some of these have been sent on
    official Pakistani stationary and include Pakistani claims vis-à-vis India
    and its request for Israel’s understanding and support. A number of
    semi-official and unofficial organizations, as well as prominent, not-so prominent
    and ordinary Pakistani citizens have been in contact with
    Israeli missions abroad for information or technical assistance. Because
    of the absence of direct postal connections between the two countries,
    such requests have been sent to third countries, including Israeli missions
    in New York or London.6
    Influential Jewish leaders like Edmund de
    Rothschild have privately operated, and at times funded, efforts to
    further Israeli-Pakistani normalization. //

    // Chapter 2 : Interests & Rationale
    In short, Pakistan’s political rhetoric and Israel’s conspicuous silence
    present a misleading picture of the relations between the two religiously
    defined states in the post-World War era. The two countries have
    maintained regular political and diplomatic contacts with one another
    for a long time, but the Islamic factor and its relations with the Middle
    East compelled Pakistan to keep these contacts under wraps. For its part,
    Israel was not willing to jeopardize its links with an important Islamic
    country through undue attention or disclosures. The relationship
    discussed here underscores a certain rationale behind their actions.
    Although not vital, Pakistan is important to Israel for several reasons:
    • Pakistan is an important Islamic country with considerable influence
    in Islamic forums, such as the OIC.
    • Since independence, Pakistan shunned radical states in the Middle
    East but sought and maintained close ties with conservative and proWestern
    • Its membership in Western-sponsored military alliances such as
    CENTO enhanced the Pakistani position as an important Western ally.
    • On a number of issues, such as the Jordanian crackdown on
    Palestinians in September 1970 or Egypt’s re-entry into the Arab
    League, the Pakistani position and actions coincided with or enhanced
    Israeli interests in the region.
    • Pakistan offers Israel access to important countries like Iran and Saudi
    • Relations with Pakistan would help dilute Islam-based opposition
    toward Israel.
    • Until 1992, India’s refusal to establish diplomatic relations presented
    an additional incentive for Israel to court Pakistan.
    • Renewed concerns over the “Islamic bomb” offer new incentives for
    Israel to pursue Pakistan.
    For its part, Pakistan pursued Israel because:
    • Since the Camp David Accords, the Arab world has been interacting
    with Israel on the diplomatic front and has begun seeking a negotiated
    settlement to the Arab-Israeli conflict. Pakistan does not wish to be
    left out of this process.
    • Contacts and relations with Israel offer Pakistan an opportunity to
    play an active role in the Middle East peace process.
    • Israel is a key factor in Pakistan’s relations with the US.
    • On issues such as US economic aid and arms supplies, Pakistan has
    benefited from an understanding with Israel.
    • Misgivings over Israeli concerns about its nuclear program offer an
    additional incentive for Pakistan to reach an understanding with Israel.//

    Another paper by same author :
    P.R.Kumaraswamy, “The strangely parallel careers of Israel and Pakistan”,
    Middle East Quarterly, vol.4, no.2, June 1997, pp.31-39.

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