Tuesday, December 08, 2009

US building a new "Iraq style" embassy in Pakistan

Pakistanis skeptical about a new one billion dollar US embassy

By T9 Times Articles

Posted on 19 Aug 2009 at 1:18am GMT

The Pakistani government is suspicious of a nearly one billion dollar U.S. plan to expand the American embassy in Islamabad, a senior Pakistani official told The Media Line.

Following reports earlier this week that the scheduled $945.2 million expansion of the U.S. embassy in Islamabad was to include the deployment of up to 1,000 U.S. Marines to the Pakistani capital, a highly-placed official in the Pakistani Foreign Ministry said the government is increasingly sceptical of the U.S. plan and intends to raise the issue with Richard Holbrooke, U.S. President Barack Obama’s Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Well, here we go again, the 2nd. largest embassy on the planet, only to be exceeded by "Fortress America" in Baghdad. I suppose that "suspicious" could be called a vast understatement, when considering the secrecy and then the final unveiling four years later, of an embassy that actually serves as a military installation.

The Military Petrochemical Agrocorporate Fusion Energy Complex is obviously still Hell bent on "the long war" and will go to any lengths to pursue their efforts to control Middle Eastern oil.


  1. All according to plan Geez; http://www.engdahl.oilgeopolitics.net/Geopolitics___Eurasia/Afghanistan/afghanistan.html

    Perpetual War is only part of it.

  2. "Hello !."

    Ordinarily I wouldn't reply to such tripe but, plainly, this is the gross abuse of a word everyone uses without regard to the author.

    The high stench of chicken shite around here could easily summon the ghost's of Alexander Graham Bell and Nichola Tesla to mete out the karma for such ignorance...G:

  3. "All according to plan Geez"

    *! Youch, I needed that dad. I believe the way the zen master put it was, thou art that, as he hit the grasshopper on the forehead with a stick.

    Engdahl certainly puts the NWO into context, and I'll definitely embed what I can, in my organic hard drive, even if it's just his name. I've touched on some of his stuff; "Seeds of Destruction" comes to mind.

    I find myself using Google, more and more, as a memory device, so will really appreciate the efforts of Stephen Wolfram when he connects his software to the Googleplex...G: