Friday, July 27, 2018

After Pakistan’s Soft Coup- Imran Khan’s Dangerous Victory

I’d started working on this yesterday: Personal matters kept me from finishing.

Shocked and flummoxed cannot begin to describe my feeling when reading 5 eyes alt media present Khan's win as  anything remotely close to being a good thing for Pakistan. But then what else to expect from 5 eyes alt media that actually claimed the US backed Kurds were the best fighters against US backed ISIS.??  
Or one that suggests another nations government needs to be violently overthrown. Via Willy Loman: Moon of Alabama Blog Calls for Regime Change “by force” Due to Turkish Referendum Results

Also worth noting: The 5 eyes main stream media is pretty quiet on the innumerable issues with the Pakistan election- By that I mean there is very little coverage and almost no condemnation- 

One would think the rape threats being made against women journalists alone would have the media out in droves condemning this election. But, no. Silence. Sure they're reporting the opposition is making the claims- but the 5 eyes media is presenting it more as sore or disgruntled losers. As if to downplay their claims. The Asian media is covering the news better.


 All that aside let's talk about Pakistan and Imran Khan’s “win”. If one can call his placement a win? 
 Without questioning who is it a win for? 
 As of this moment it looks as if the globalists/bankers and nation destabilizers are the winners. Not the people of Pakistan

 I've seen comparison's to Turkey's election. Laughable comparisons.  Pakistan's election was nothing like Turkey’s elections where unsubstantiated claims of election shenanigans are made ignoring the FACT that Turkey’s elections always have hundreds of observers present- from all places.  Including but not limited to local parties along side observers from the Shanghai Cooperative & the EU- (all of that has been covered here in previous writings)


Pakistan's recent election was clearly an exercise in election engineering, undoubtedly with lots of outside assistance. Unlike the innuendo surrounding Turkey's election the claims of rigging and unlawful influence including the use of terror attacks looks legitimate. 

They are substantive, widespread, detailed and documented claims.  

All parties, the media and many others are crying foul indicating expansive and systemic election fraud. I'm linking one article, one source, that goes through an extensive listing of problems before the election took place. Excerpted below- read the entire link
Just citing a few documented/investigated offences

  1. The witch-hunt against the media began after journalist Matiullah Jan wrote highly critical articles against Pakistan's military and judiciary
  2. Ahead of the general election, the Pakistan Army tamed the country's leading media outlets, reporters and columnists. Those working with the Dawn group, Geo News and Jang group were particularly targeted. These media outlets were told to drop certain columnists and remove certain articles.
  3. Ahead of the recently held elections, the situation worsened. The English daily was blocked from military areas, while its copies were confiscated and sellers intimidated
  4. Dawn said that the newspaper suffered a continued onslaught in a "wide-ranging and seemingly coordinated manner", that includes its distribution being stopped in several areas.
  5. Curbs to distribution of print and broadcast media and their impact on businesses, curbs to freedom of expression in the Pakistani media, press advice and intimidation, bribes, favors and "fed" narratives.
  6. Journalists who are critical of the military or authorities were abducted or attacked.
  7. Many print and broadcast journalists say that a common consequence of 'disobeying' instructions is vicious character assassination through anonymous social media accounts and 
  8. Social networking platforms that go so far as to incite violence against mediapersons — and in the case of women, rape threats." 

CBC:
Campaigning has been plagued for months by allegations the powerful armed forces have been trying to tilt the race in Khan's favour”
Ah social media.. Or as I like to call it anti social media. Take a guess what Pakistani candidate was a master of social media manipulation? It was Imran Khan. Last year he employed social media in a heavy handed manner to oust Sharif.

The article above, just one article alone, details extensively the multiple ways the election was manipulated and it ends with the sentence below:
"We need to closely look at how the media will fare under Imran Khan."
 I'd suggest the media in Pakistan already has a very good idea of it's future under Imran Khan.

Keep in mind that just one year ago Imran Khan had both the military and the judiciary in his back pocket. How do I know this? Well, I wrote all about it back in 2017!
The soft coup of 2017 was largely unnoticed in the 5 eyes alt and mainstream media. 
However, having written about Pakistan previously and understanding it's importance in geo politics the framing and imprisonment of Nawaz Sharif wasn't lost on me!

Pakistan’s Soft Coup- The Deep State Ousts Nawaz Sharif

PFYT nearly one year ago to the day!: "The deep state with the assistance of outside interests?  Can't say for certain. Let's just say there is a high probability of outside interest involvement considering all players and nation states affected by the removal of
Nawaz Sharif
Nawaz Sharif
How was Sharif ousted? He was simply declared ineligible for office by the judiciary.
 "Mr. Sharif was not afforded a trial nor, strictly speaking, was he found guilty of corruption. Rather, the supreme court declared him ineligible for office."

Imran Khan's win was guaranteed.

By hook, crook  and text book colour revolutions/ street protests Gene Sharp style. 
"For Mr. Khan, 64, the moment was sweet. He had been the main petitioner before the court and fomented widespread street protests against Mr. Sharif"
And ISIS suicide bombers in strategic locations.
Quetta-
"The explosion occurred near a school where polling was taking place," witness Majeed Akbar said. "There was a cloud of smoke after the blast, it filled the sky and then after that I saw a pool of blood, dead bodies and others injured."
 
How to foment revolution for overlords

Not a way in hell was Imran Khan’s electioneering a positive for Pakistan. In fact, it reminds me very much of the coup in Armenia. My bad, the "Velvet Revolution” 

Flashback: Armenia's Velvet Revolution: Rockers and Revolutions

 Reiterating:  In 2017 Imran Khan colluded with the Pakistani military to toss the very popular leader of Pakistan into jail.
 On the flimsiest of trumped up charges one could imagine! Somehow Khan had gained the trust and support of the Pakistani military which, not coincidentally, Sharif had lost.  
How had Khan done this? I suspect it would have been with promises of money, arms and power... And war. What’s the point of a military with no war to wage? I'm sure Khan had help and lots of it.

Background on Khan: Some old and some new information- Some banker and foundation ties.

Imran Khan has  his own dirty money dealings- He’s a foundation man. He’s funneled money through his charitable foundation to his own political party. Think of the Clinton’s charitable foundation? Yes, just like that.

“The Imran Khan Foundation (IKF) is a nonprofit corporation showing an address of 385 S Lemon Ave, Walnut CA 91789. IKF is a registered tax-exempt public charity under section 501 (c)(3) of the United States’ Internal Revenue Service Code. “

"Mr. Khan too faces cases against him in the Supreme Court and the election commission, stemming from accusations of hiding assets and of foreign funding of his political party.”

Mr Khan has two sons with his former wife &  heir to the Goldschmidt banker fortune, Jemima Goldschmidt, anglicized to Goldsmith. That  gives us a direct connection to the bankster classes and all their machinations straight through Imran Khan. Yes, you are reading that correctly.
Imran Khan, former cricketeer,  Oxford Educated, charitable foundation man was previously married to jewish socialite Jemima Khan nee Jemima Goldsmith- Goldschmidt . Of the Goldschmidt banker family

Khan was the anointed one.  He didn’t win.  His leadership was foisted upon Pakistan. 
From on high. I'm not talkin' God either. It's as if  higher hidden powers placed him front and centre to a coup that saw a leader, quite popular with the people, tossed out and incarcerated.  Under trumped up pretexts.  Imran Khan then has the luxury of an entire unchecked year to bend the will of the media and the masses to his ways. Enabling him to "win" an election.

Pakistan & the geopolitical global game of chess

  1. Pakistan is a critically important piece in the geo political game that is taking place in that part of the globe.
  2. There are plans to balkanize Pakistan.
  3. There is an area called Baluchistan that is a specific point of interest
  4. There is a giant port at Gwadar- Built by China
  5. This also connects back to Afghanistan and India.

 A couple of blasts from the past: 2010  The CIA's covert 3,000 strong army crossborder raiding Pakistan. & 2011- Raymond Davis outed as CIA operative in Pakistan
There is additional information here covering Pakistan. Click the Pakistan label at the bottom of this post to access them directly

DW: Imran Khan's Dangerous Victory

Populist (actually Globalist) politician Imran Khan is on course to become Pakistan's next premier, with his party set to win the most seats in general elections. The results have split the country like never before, says DW's Shamil Shams.

Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan's victory in the July 25 general vote was all but certain because his main rival, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, had fallen out with the country's powerful military.

 You must understand Sharif didn’t fall out with the populace. He’d lost support of the powerful military. And without that in Pakistan? Well, let’s just say you could end up running for your life like Erdogan did during the coup attempt in 2016. Or incarcerated.

From 2017 post:
    “The Supreme Court, however, removed Sharif from office exclusively on the basis of evidence provided by the JIT that he did not declare an amount of UAE Dirhams 10,000 (equivalent to Rs 1.7 Lakh) he received from a UAE Company, while filing his nomination papers for elections in 2013.

    The Supreme Court used convoluted arguments, which have been questioned even by eminent Pakistani lawyers, to justify its decision. The court held that even though Sharif never received this money, he was bound to declare it as a "receivable"

    The army reacted strongly. It sought and secured the sacking of Sharif's personal foreign policy adviser Tareq Fatemi for leaking information about these differences. Ensuring that Sharif does not return to power will be high on the army's agenda, which the judiciary evidently shares”


DW continued:
"Sharif, who is currently incarcerated on corruption charges, along with his daughter Maryam Nawaz, had increasingly adopted a defiant tone toward the army generals. ( This is where Sharif is similar to Erdogan in Turkey) He sought to bring foreign and domestic policies under his civilian rule and improve ties with India and other neighboring countries. He also confronted the military on the issue of militant Islamists amid Western allegations that Pakistani authorities use them to destabilize the Afghan government"
 Imran Khan has not been empowered to unify the country or to have friendly relations with India. 
Imran Khan will be sure that Afghanistan becomes still more destabilized. 
As a means of targeting Russia. ISIS is there to help as well:  French ISIS Fighters Relocate to Afghanistan from Syria



PFYT 2017 “ the mercurial and virulently anti-Indian Imran Khan, who has been a protege of the army, could emerge stronger than he is now.”

Who wants India and Pakistan at each other’s throats? Hmmm...

Under him, (Sharif) the economy was showing promising signs. He improved fiscal discipline, reduced poverty, put money in middle class's hands, and the stock market responded with enthusiasm. On 15 May, 2017, index provider MSCI announced that it was reclassifying Pakistan's status from lowly 'frontier' to more prestigious 'emerging market'.”

Can’t have a promising economy- reduced poverty and makin’ friends with India. Peace might break out. Bad for business.

DW: “Sharif's Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and rival Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) both said their monitors in many voting centres were either kicked out during counting or had not received the official notifications of the precinct's results, but instead got hand-written tallies that they could not verify.”
"It is a sheer rigging. The way the people's mandate has blatantly been insulted, it is intolerable," Shehbaz told a news conference as the counting continued.

Pledge to unify country?

Khan offered to investigate all the claims of rigging and said he wants to "unite" the country under his leadership.
He won't investigate anything- 
Fictional Khan- Bad boy as well

Pakistan faces a mounting economic crisis that is likely to require a bailout from the International Monetary Fund, although PTI has not ruled out seeking succour from China, Islamabad's closest ally.

Khan will go with the IMF- That's why he won. He's the bankers boy.

In closing, and sad to say, Pakistan is in for a very bumpy ride. A deadly ride. Worse then has already been the case. Khan is there to 'make it so'

18 comments:

  1. I've got hours invested in this post
    Imran Khan is, in my opinion, bad for Pakistan
    Bad for India
    Bad for Afghanistan and Russia- not good for Iran
    He's a globalist- a divider and it's all written about above with links galore!

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    1. Just support narrative created by western media and india, disagree and give u reply in detail soon

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    2. Skyhawk:
      The western narrative stands in opposition to my post- the western narrative supports Khan.
      India?

      Look forward to a very detailed reply with additional information that I can used to verify

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    3. Hi Penny.
      Your reporting on Syria is the best to be found anywhere, but you might be jumping to completely wrong conclusions here.

      SkyHawk is right . . . DW (Deutsche Welle), for instance, is the worst Rothschild Zionist Lügenpresse in Germany since Goebbels. These Nazis can invariably be relied on as telling the exact opposite of the truth.


      That Imran Khan was previously married to Jewish socialite Jemima Goldsmith doesn't mean a thing.

      It's not about "the Jews" but about a (Rothschild-Nazi led) mafia/cult which has hijacked the West including its Jews.

      This girl, Jemima Goldsmith, seemed to be very much all right actually, in spite of her Rothschild-Nazi mafia/cult serving family, and actually proves just that.

      The hijacking, demonization of all Jews was one of the main objectives of the Rothschild-Nazi Hitler Project. Don't be fooled by their propaganda (as NorthernTruthseeker).

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    4. Hi Laika:

      "SkyHawk is right . . ."
      about what?

      Skyhawk said "SkyHawkJuly 27, 2018 at 12:52 PM

      Just support narrative created by western media and india, disagree and give u reply in detail soon"

      I'm still waiting for that detailed reply

      laika said " Jemima Goldsmith, seemed to be very much all right actually, in spite of her Rothschild-Nazi mafia/cult serving family, and actually proves just that"

      What did she prove? I don't know what your referencing?

      Laika said "The hijacking, demonization of all Jews was one of the main objectives of the Rothschild-Nazi Hitler Project."

      And you've reduced hours of my work and research- all with original sources linked too to a logical fallacy

      Reductio ad Hitlerum aka Reductio ad absurdum

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reductio_ad_absurdum

      Don't be fooled by whose propaganda?

      I would have appreciated knowing you read all the sources linked to including what was in my post from last year. Clearly that is not what has happened. :(

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    5. Hi Penny.
      Absurd? I don't think so.

      Anyway, forget about that Goldschmidt woman (I don't find it a good enough reason to distrust Khan, that's all), but what about Deutsche Welle? Or don't you want to talk about that either?

      (besides, I did read your links including the post from last year)



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    6. Laika Lammerink- Since all media is suspect IMO - As you should notice I call it the "5 eyes media" regularly?
      Including in the above post, which, since you did read it you certainly couldn't have missed.


      So, what's the point in talking specifically about DW?

      Nor do I care about the woman, specifically, as I've made clear, it's the connections that concern this topic. You stated you read the post so you surely must have read this?

      "That gives us a direct connection to the bankster classes and all their machinations straight through Imran Khan. "

      Regarding my speculation in the post about Khan going to the IMF. I speculated based on the kind of leader he appears set to be.

      AnonymousJuly 27, 2018 at 11:40 PM

      Penny, in response to your speculation that Imran will choose the IMF over China, he already promised to approach the IMF back in May of this year.

      From The News International: 'Imran hints at approaching IMF after coming to power'

      During a meeting with UK-based equity firm, Exotic Capital, Imran privately admitted that the IMF's "investments would be necessary for Pakistan. Imran had also expressed disapproval of CPEC, calling out its lack of "transparency", while signalling towards more "constructive ties with the US". The banksters at Exotic were quite pleased with what they heard; indeed, this is bad for China.

      Link: https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/313185-imran-hints-at-approaching-imf-after-coming-to-power


      my response also below

      "PennyJuly 28, 2018 at 7:45 AM

      thanks for the first link

      "In his last visit to United Kingdom, Imran Khan had a private meeting with an equity investment company Exotix Capital, "


      " Imran Khan admitted that the IMF assistance for economic policies and financial matters might be necessary."

      "The report started with “Reluctant acceptance that IMF assistance may be necessary, pragmatism on the need for constructive US relations, regret over the lack of transparency of pricing in Chinese-led infrastructure projects: these were Khan’s surprising remarks.”

      It was a given he'd go the IMF way rather then asking China to be ever more involved. The IMF will as part of the bail out make their usual demands for restructuring of Pakistans spending.

      Which most probably indicates any big promises he made will fall to the wayside, necessarily of course.


      You really read all the links from this and all previous posts and you still believe there is no reason to distrust Khan?

      It seems you've made your mind up on him then?
      What information did you base this decision on?

      An example of relevant information sharing is shown above where Imran Khan admits he's most probably heading to the IMF for a money-

      That's what you can share here with myself and other readers- Same as skyhawk can, but still hasn't.

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  2. Penny says:

    "...Khan was the anointed one. He didn’t win. His leadership was foisted upon Pakistan..."


    Are you saying that he's just like our le Dauphin Prime Minister Justin "trust account" Trudeau?

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    1. Yup- He has to come from money- oxford and cricket
      married to a goldsmith- has the military judicial backing
      etc

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  3. Thanks for writing about this Penny. I feel as you do, though Pakistan has also had some other dillies in power. I felt called upon to write on a different topic today, even though a jingle has been running through my head for the past couple of days,
    "Who can screw up Pakistan?
    Imran Khan!"

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    1. Hi Yaya:
      Oh ya Pakistan has had it's too many dillies in power
      Hubby and I were talking yesterday about Musharaff.

      He takes us straight back to 9/11. Do you recall that?
      Money transferred to the hijackers via Pakistan

      Then there is also the killing of Daniel Pearl- by a british born Islamist- who was hung in Pakistan.

      Indeed Imran Khan screw Up Pakistan and that's what he's there to do!

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    2. Perverse, sorry, Pervez Musharaff: It's almost as if he was actually installed as Pres for the purposes of 9/11 and the prolonged horrific situation in Afghanistan, and he ruled militarily -- yet he still has over 2M "likes" on Facebook! Go figure. Maybe they're all CIA agents?
      https://www.facebook.com/pervezmusharraf/

      What I remember most is the death of Benazir Bhuto. Lucky for Pervez, he had Dubai to run to.
      https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/pakistan/pakistan-court-orders-suspension-of-passport-of-absconder-pervez-musharraf/articleshow/63333820.cms

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    3. Meant to ask: What are your thoughts about the success of this:
      Pakistan election: Rival parties reject result and call for new poll
      https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-44983716

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    4. I saw they were making calls for new polling.
      It's not going to happen. That's my thinking on it.
      Division is desired. Division is what is being sown.

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  4. Penny, in response to your speculation that Imran will choose the IMF over China, he already promised to approach the IMF back in May of this year.

    From The News International: 'Imran hints at approaching IMF after coming to power'

    During a meeting with UK-based equity firm, Exotic Capital, Imran privately admitted that the IMF's "investments would be necessary for Pakistan. Imran had also expressed disapproval of CPEC, calling out its lack of "transparency", while signalling towards more "constructive ties with the US". The banksters at Exotic were quite pleased with what they heard; indeed, this is bad for China.

    Link: https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/313185-imran-hints-at-approaching-imf-after-coming-to-power

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    1. Also this (since I haven't seen you cover this yet) coincidentally coincides with he recent diplomatic thaw between Eritrea and Ethiopia. Such a thaw seems to threaten to end Djibouti's 'port monopoly' on the Red Sea; Djibouti is an integral part of China's OBOR project since it connects China to East Africa and eventually to Europe. Djibouti has also had the gall to kick out the UAE while Eritrea has been a useful area for the destruction of Yemen.

      This thread articulates further: https://twitter.com/Hasnarayta/status/1022946556939567107

      There has also been an uptick in ethnic violence in Ethiopia as far as I have seen but complete silence in the West. The only notable event there that made it over was the attempted assassination of Prime Minister Ahmed Abiy; the US sent over the FBI to "investigate".

      Link: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2018/06/26/did-someone-try-to-assassinate-ethiopias-new-prime-minister-heres-what-you-need-to-know/?noredirect=on

      It just so happens the FBI has an overseas office in Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa.

      Map of Overseas Offices: https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/legal-attache-offices

      Office in Addis Ababa: https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/legal-attache-offices/africa/addis-ababa-ethiopia

      Coincidentally, there was an assassination on Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa. The only speculation on why these events occurred in tandem was one by Wayne Madsen who believes there is an Israeli connection but I can't vouch for that nor do I find that Madsen's analysis's always hold much water.

      Link: https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2018/06/29/is-leash-now-off-other-cia.html

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    2. thanks for the first link

      "In his last visit to United Kingdom, Imran Khan had a private meeting with an equity investment company Exotix Capital, "


      " Imran Khan admitted that the IMF assistance for economic policies and financial matters might be necessary."

      "The report started with “Reluctant acceptance that IMF assistance may be necessary, pragmatism on the need for constructive US relations, regret over the lack of transparency of pricing in Chinese-led infrastructure projects: these were Khan’s surprising remarks.”

      It was a given he'd go the IMF way rather then asking China to be ever more involved.
      The IMF will as part of the bail out make their usual demands for restructuring of Pakistans spending.
      Which most probably indicates any big promises he made will fall to the wayside, necessarily of course.

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  5. re: Abiy's assasination and the thaw between eritrea and ethiopia- that might be a US backed move...

    To counter Djibouti

    Which means Israel could potentially have a hand in things?

    sigh..wish I had more time for broader analysis.

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