The Cabals

Chapter One: The Crypto-Phoenician Cabals of Pakistan

In an earlier article, I have estimated that the cryptos now constitute 0.5% of Pakistan’s population. That would amount to 12,47,884 people. Concentrate them in Islamabad, in the Military elite, in the Intelligence, in all important Government Ministries, in all relevant industries, in all relevant Media organizations, in all political parties, in all city elites, we get a venerable Deep State that can rule is ruling for Pakistan generations. Combine that with the fact that they have reduced the remainder of Pakistanis to poverty, illiteracy and de-industrialization, this could go on forever.

Shared Characteristics of the Cabals

Some shared characteristics of these groups are as follows:

  • There is sometimes another branch of the family on the Indian side, complete with the same surnames, who are cosplaying as Hindus, Sikhs, Christians, Jains and even Parsis. If they are Muslim on the Indian side, you find them interloping/intermarrying with other Spook groups who cosplay as Hindus, Sikhs, Christians, Jains and Parsis.[1]Ghulam Mohammed, the controversial Governor-General of Pakistan was earlier associated with the Tatas. For example, Sehgals, Bajwas, Manekas, the list goes on and on.
  • They dislike mainstream Sunni Islam, and instead gravitate towards “projects” such as Ahmadiyya/Qadianism, strains of Shiite Islam, Ismailism, etc. But since controlling Muslim people is not possible without pretending to be one of them, they do put some effort in being pretend Muslims (for example, maintaining Muslim names, participating in Muslim festivals, and occasionally showing up at mosques, but only on Fridays……you couldn’t get them to wake up for the pre-sunrise prayer for a million dollars).
    • The Ahmadiyya/Qadiani are active among Punjabi Muslims long before 1947. The elite of Pakistan’s Army also happen to be Punjabi. From the earliest days of Pakistan, there was a rite of passage among upper-level military men, in which they were entered into arranged marriages with women of the Ahmadiyya/Qadiani community, and then, the gates of promotion would be opened up for them. This is the reason the Ahmadiyya/Qadiani responded so furiously to Maududi’s pamphlet, which rightly insisted on classifying them as non-Muslims. It literally abrogated the secret “marriage program.” They tried hanging him but later chickened out. Pakistan’s first Minister of Foreign Affairs Zafarullah Khan, was an Ahmadiyya. He was nominated for Prime Minister after the assassination of Liaquat Ali Khan, but was deferred.  In 1961, he was made President of the United Nations General Assembly. In 1970, he became President of the International Court of Justice.
  • These folks are athe natural enemies of both Islam and the common people of Pakistan, and would have wrapped up the Pakistan project a long time ago, were it not for circumstances beyond their control. They needed Pakistan for dialectical opposition to India. For example, they were all set for an apocalyptic war with India in 2019, which would have brought the entire Subcontinent under Phoenician control.  As of now, they still “need” Pakistan because the planned war did not take place, and India is still around. 
    • They attempted to “gift” East Pakistan to Henry Kissinger and the CIA but things went wrong when India intervened.
    • They have informally “gifted” Baluchistan to neighboring Iran, and are actually working hard to segregate it from Pakistan!
    • They hope for some kind of future, independent, coastal nation in Sindh, which is why the province is being left underdeveloped by Pakistan.
    • They don’t want a Pakistani Kashmir (or an Indian one). They want an independent nation in that area.
  • They do their best to promote Globalist Phoenician projects in Pakistan, even if they are at odds with Islamic beliefs, or the welfare of Pakistani people. You will find them at the forefront of Feminism, Organized Homosexuality, Communism, Marxism, Atheism, Vaccines etc in Pakistan.
  • Reign of Terror: Whenever they hold political power, whether at a regional level or a national level, mysterious disappearances, kidnappings, police torture, mysterious deaths, poisonings and assassinations become the norm in all areas under their control.
  • They seek to continue the British-Phoenician project of war and hatred towards the Afghan people. They dislike the idea of a stable and prosperous Afghanistan. And since The Nowrthwest Frontier Province (now KPK) is theoretically part of Afghanistan, this hatred extends to this Pakistani province as well.
  • Kashmir (both Indian and Pakistani portions, or the boundaries of the erstwhile Dogra State) is more dear to them than the remainder of Pakistan. They have not abandoned their centuries-old project of making an independent nation out of Kashmir. But due to circumstances beyond their control, they are now forced to take up Islamic rhetoric (The erstwhile Dogra State was actually leaning towards Communism).
  • They are sometimes highly educated at expensive foreign schools and foreign military academies.  
  • They are hyper-worldly people, who live their lives surrounded by armies of obedient, brainwashed servants, soldiers, bureaucrats etc.
  • There are Spookopolis’ out of which they have been operating from generations.
  • Their women lack feminine grace and would rather mutate into bullish men, just so that they too can join the thievery and rapine of their hyper-worldly male counterparts. As a side effect, their male counterparts become gay. This masculation of their women gets sold as women’s liberation, despite the fact that not all women prefer such lengths of hyper worldliness.
  • They spend time “debunking conspiracy theories.” They also get admitted into UN affiliated organizations such as the WEF.
  • They get published, awarded and invited to address Western parliaments. Malala’s attempted murder by a “Taliban gunman” sounds more like another script for the BBC for the fake War on Terror. She has completely “recovered” since then.
  • Liquor and Drugs flow in their circles through dedicated supply chains, despite the fact that Pakistan is a Muslim country.
  • They gaslight Pakistani people into believing that their poverty and poor development is the result of their own beliefs and culture, rather than outright theft and rapine.
  • They are bigtime into usury-based banking, which is specifically prohibited in Islam.
  • They don’t want a Pakistani Kashmir (or an Indian one). They want an independent nation in that area.

Before we dig in further, let me remind you that this is uncharted territory for both me as well as other historians. I am making new discoveries at every turn, which sometimes invalidate my earlier positions on certain people and events.

Iraqi-origin Crypto-Jews mainly from Indian Gujarat (Baghdad Spooks)

Above: Iraqi crypto-Jewish communities in their natural habitat of Iraq Babylon. Fun Fact: The rather hateful and spiteful Jewish religious text known as the Talmud originated in Babylon, not in the Levant.

This group will be thereafter referred to as the Baghdad Spooks. Most of this group are Jews from Iraq, who were planted in Gujarat, Karachi, Bombay and Calcutta by the British after a Mamluk ruler started cracking down on them. They specialize in larping/cosplaying as Muslim, and have been doing this from ages. Some of the earliest founders of Pakistan are from among them, or associated with them. While some Pakistanis are embarrassed to admit their presence in the early history of Pakistan, overlooking them prevents unlocking later mysteries in the history of Pakistan. People rarely get to choose the founding leaders of their nations, and Pakistan is no exception.

One characteristic of many members of this group is that their family tree goes to a dead-end in just two generations, somewhere in Gujarat. We are told that this is because they converted to Islam from Hinduism. This is a clever trick to prevent curious minds from digging deeper.

Notable among this group was Atiya Fyzee, who was all set to become the crypto-Queen of Pakistan. She was thwarted in this quest by a lone warrior in the army, a mere Colonel whose name still remains unknown to me.

Following the creation of Pakistan, there was an exodus of Baghdad Spooks from Indian Gujarat, Bombay and Calcutta into Karachi and Sindh, as running the affairs of Pakistan from outside its borders was too cumbersome. One prominent group among them was Bombay-based bankers, who later in Pakistan, became associated with the Habib bank. It was founded by a certain Khoja Mithabhai Nathoo in 1841 in Bombay. In 1891, a family member named Habib Esmail turned the business into a trading firm. These are typical names that are found on the circles of Baghdad Spooks. It seems Jinnah bent over backwards to establish them in Pakistan. To quote,

Quaid-e-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah, Pakistan’s first Governor General, realized the importance of financial intermediation while he was campaigning for the creation of a separate homeland for the Muslims of the subcontinent. He persuaded the Habib family to establish a commercial bank that could serve the Muslim community. His initiative resulted in the creation of Habib Bank in 1941, with head office in Bombay (now Mumbai) and fixed capital of 25,000 rupees. The bank played an essential role in mobilizing funds from the Muslim community to finance the All-India Muslim League’s campaign to establish Pakistan.

To further quote,

The House of Habib occupies a significant place in Pakistan’s early history. Habib Bank was relocated to Pakistan at the personal request of its first Governor General Mohammad Ali Jinnah. Mohammad Ali Habib extended assistance to the fledgling state “even before the Government of Pakistan was ready to issue appropriate government paper.” He provided a Rs. 80 million loan when the Reserve Bank of India failed to release Pakistan’s share of Rs. 900 million. It’s reported that Mohammad Ali Habib presented a blank cheque from Lloyds Bank to Governor General Jinnah, who then filled in Rs. 80 million.

So that means they were also fronts for British banks.

Another group of mysterious Ismaili industrialists with connections to Gujarat are Alibhai Lalji & Sons. Alibhai Lalji migrated from Junagadh, Gujarat, India to Mombasa, Kenya in 1880 for business. Alibhai Lalji’s son Hasan Ali was known for his frilly dressing, and became known as “Hasan Ali Fancy,” and his business became known as the Fancy Group. As soon as Pakistan was created, the Fancy Group scuttled its overseas operations and descended upon Karachi. Soon they were operating major industries in Pakistan. Notably,

  • Steel Corporation of Pakistan (SCOP Steel) – now renamed as Metropolitan Steel
  • Karachi Gas – now Sui Southern Gas Company
  • Commerce Bank
  • Pakistan Chrome Mines
  • Pakistan Fisheries
  • Corning Glass
  • New Jubilee Insurance
  • Jute mills in Bangladesh (then East Pakistan)

These things are usually not discussed in Pakistani media. Instead there is selective focus on industries operated by the military, and the expenditure of the military. In reality, the “civilian” industries are far more bigger, far more powerful and far more corrupt.

Hasan Ali Fancy’s son Amirali was a well-padded graduate of Yale (was he also a member of the Skull and Bones Secret Society?). To quote their own website,

He was the Chairman of Pakistan Oil Refinery Ltd., New Jubilee Insurance Co. Ltd., Pakistan Chrome Mines, Steel Corporation of Pakistan Ltd., Crescent Jute Mills Ltd., Jessore Jute Mills Ltd., Peoples Jute Mills Ltd., Farooq Textile Mills Ltd., Commerce Bank Ltd., Pakistan Tourism, Industrial Management Ltd., etc.

He was also the Director of Karachi Gas Co. Ltd., Sui Gas Transmission Co. Ltd., Pakistan Insurance Corporation Ltd., Karachi Electric Supply Corporation Ltd., Pakistan Services Ltd., Pakistan Industrial Credit & Investment Corporation Ltd., Zeal Pak Cement Factory Ltd., etc.

Besides being associated with import and export houses, the Government of Pakistan had taken him on the Advisory Panel on Investment, Ministry of Finance. He was also the Director and an Advisor to a few other government and non-government organizations.

Outside Pakistan, he was a member of the Advisory Council of the International Industrial Conference and an Executive Committee Member of Pakistan Council, International Chamber of Commerce.

He was the first Chairman of Pak-Ismaili Multi-purpose Cooperative Society, Platinum Jubilee Finance Corporation, Industrial Promotion Services, Pak-Ismailia Publications Ltd., and The Aga Khan Charitable Trust. He was also one of the founders of the periodical, “Ismaili Mirror” which he financed and provided his own office to use.

He was the first President of the Ismailia Federal Council for Pakistan established on March 21, 1961. He was specially assigned to do the ground work for the Aga Khan Foundation in Geneva, which he did, and which is now one of the finest of its kind.

The first ever World Ismaili Socio-Economic Conference was held in Karachi in December 15, 1964. It was a landmark in the Ismaili history, therefore, he worked hard for its success. He was elected as the President of its Executive Board with Dewan Sir Eboo Pirbhai and Itmadi Ali Muhammad C. Padamsee as the Vice-Presidents.

As the President of the Federal Council, he hosted receptions and dinners for some important personalities of the world, such as Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Mr. John Foster Dulles, the Secretary of United States, Malaysian Prime Minister, Sheikh Zaki Yamani, Minister for oil and petroleum of Saudi Arabia, etc. On November 14, 1962, Field Marshall Muhammad Ayub Khan, the President of Pakistan performed an opening ceremony of the Pakistan Oil Refinery Ltd. at Korangi, about 10 miles off Karachi, and then attended the dinner program at the residence of Amir Ali Fancy with ministers and distinguished leaders.

The Ismailis of the Common Wealth presented an honor to Queen Elizabeth in Karachi in February 1961. He represented them along with industrialists.

The prestigious Stanford Research Institute of the United States appointed him a member of the executive committee. The organization holds an annual seminar, when eminent business and industrialist magnates and economists of the world are invited to deliver talks on economic matters at global level. He had the singular honor to be invited from Pakistan. He was also invited to attend meetings of the International Monetary Fund at Washington.

He dwelt in Abu Dhabi since 1975, where he was appointed Special Advisor to Sheikh Faisal bin Sultan al-Kasimi of Sharjah. He was confided to work out a plan for some important industrial projects in North Yemen.

In summary, he was Chairman, Managing Director and Director of 36 to 40 companies before his death, including his own multi-million dollar family concerns of business, industry and mining. He was always kind, sympathetic and a great philanthropist.

Note that these folks publicly identify as Ismaili. The Fancy Group suffered big setbacks with the creation of Bangladesh, as many of their jute mills were lost. Currently, the Fancy Group is involved with Nasra Public School (Pvt) Ltd, Chemco IWT (Pvt) Limited, Fancy Industrial Management Services (Pvt) Limited. The Fancy Foundation provides endowments for higher education scholarships with the Aga Khan University Foundation, another Ismaili front.

Some of the Baghdad Spooks masquerade as Memon, a legit Arab group in Indian Gujarat. Since Arabs are also Semitic people, it helps keeping attention away from their own Semitic features. The surname “Qureshi” is common in Memon circles. Notable among them was Shahzada Dawood, who faked his own death in June 2023. His cabal was notorious in pushing the dangerous Covid-19 vaccines in Pakistan following the Covid-19 hoax.

The following are some other interesting “Memons.”

  • Saud Memon operated an “Al-Qaida/CIA” safe-house in Karachi where Daniel Pearl was fake-killed.
  • Abdullah Haroon was a “businessman” who was involved in the early history of Pakistan. He was knighted by the British in 1937. His family still owns the DAWN media group. One of his descendants Abdullah Hussain Haroon while having no prior experience in the Pakistan Foreign Service or International Diplomacy, became the Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations. In 2006, the Government of Pakistan gave Dubai-based Emaar group the go-ahead for a major project on Bundal Island. Haroon was part of a movement protesting the same. In 2013, a Western firm was given huge projects in the same area.
  • Dawood Ibrahim, an underworld don from India, while not a Memon, identifies as Konkani Muslim,[2]Konkani Muslims are originally from Hadhramaut in Yemen, and some of them are indeed linked to Yemenite Jews. and is closely associated with Memon circles in both India and Pakistan. He is alleged to have been involved in the 1993 bombings of Mumbai, which became a stepping stone for the rise of the Shiv Sena in Mumbai. He currently lives in Karachi and his daughter married the son of famed Pakistani cricketer Javed Miandad.
  • Sirajul Haq Memon, writer and Supreme Court advocate, later associated with the rise of Zulfikhar Ali Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).
  • Abdul Jalil Memon was elected Sindh Assembly on PPP’s platform in 2008. He belonged to an elite family of Thatta, who has been involved with the PPP for three generations. His grandfather, Haji Sadiq Ali Memon, was amongst the earliest members of the PPP.
  • Sharjeel Memon, another PPP politician in Sindh. Was associated with a corruption case that NAB was investigating.
  • Nisar Memon, a Karachi politician associated with a splinter-group of the Pakistan Muslim League (PML). Before joining the Senate of Pakistan, he was the Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting in 1993 and again in 2002, the Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas during 1993 and 2002, the Country General Manager for IBM Corporation (1989–1999) and the Chairman of the Board of Directors for Engro Group of Pakistan (2001–2002). He has been a member of the Board of Directors for Pakistan State Oil, American Life Insurance Company, and Capital Asset Leasing Company. His daughter Marvi Memon came out of the London School of Economics. She worked as an intern at DAWN, Newsline, Pakistan Institute of International Affairs, International Union for Conservation of Nature and the United States Embassy in Islamabad. She also worked as a banker at Citibank before moving to launch Trakker, Pakistan’s largest vehicle tracking service provider which established her as an entrepreneur. In 2007, she was elected to the National Assembly of Pakistan on a reserved seat for women from Punjab, on a PML-Q ticket. In February 2015, she was appointed Chairperson of Benazir Income Support Program. In April 2017, she was appointed as the member of the Advisory Council on Gender and Development at World Bank.
  • Maimuna Enya Memon is a British actress, singer, composer, and playwright.
  • Maria Memon is a prominent Pakistani news anchor.
  • The Valikas: The Valibhais were Gujaratis who often intersected with Qureshis. One such notable Valibhai was Kamruddin Valibhai of Bombay, who was an ardent supporter of Jinnah and the Muslim League. Jinnah ensured that he would move to Karachi, and assisted him in setting up a textile mill. He had four sons, Fakhruddin Valibhai, Najjamuddin Valibhai, Saifuddin Valibhai and Nooruddin Valibhai. After Kamruddin’s death, the family mysteriously became the “Valikas.” Fakhruddin Valibhai Valika headed of one of the richest families in Pakistan in 1971. When the State Bank of Pakistan came into being in 1948, the Valikas would emerge as its most prominent stakeholders. Other Valika operations were Valika Textile Mills (the first in Pakistan), Valika Art Fabrics (Polyester products), Valika Cement (the first in Pakistan after independence), Valika Chemical, Mohammadi Shipping Company (it produced the first locally built ship in Pakistan, the Al-Abbas which became operational in 1967) and Valika Steel. By the time Fakhruddin died in 1972 at the age of 60 in New York, he was a founding member of the Karachi Stock Exchange. In 1970, many of their operations were nationalized, and the family disappears from prominence.
  • Adamjee Haji Dawood was a Pakistani businessman and philanthropist who founded Adamjee Group. He was also big proponent of the Partition. He founded the Muslim Commercial Bank, which is still in operation.

Kashmiri Royals connected to the Shah Mir Dynasty (Shah Mir Spooks)

The Nawabs of Dhaka were secret descendents of the Shah Mir royals.

This group will be thereafter referred to as the Shah Mir Spooks. These are another branch of crypto-Phoenicians active in the Indian Subcontinent even before the Mughals showed up. They were already covered in this article. We do know from that article that they were linked to crypto-Jews of Yemenite origin, who ended up in Iran[3]There is a place called Shah Mir in Khorasan, and the name Shah Mir is most prevalent in Iran. to contest the Umayyads and later the Abbasids.

But there are also Phoenicians of even more ancient origins who interlope with the Shah Mir Spooks. These pre-Islamic conquests of India never get much attention because some delusional Indians have started to believe that pre-Islamic India was purely native and virginal, whereas that is not the case. For example, establishment historians tell us that the Phoenician conqueror Alexander the Great never made it to India and retreated from Afghanistan. But there is evidence that not only did he enter India but seeded the later Indo-Greek states. These were later succeeded by the Mauryas,[4]Successor states of the Mauryas would later lose out to the Turkic Delhi Sultanate, who even wrestled their capital of Ujjain from them. Maybe this is why the cryptos hated the Delhi Sultanate so much. who fought atrocious wars with the natives (see Kalinga) and invented and imposed Buddhism on India (to trick the locals into embracing austerity, vegetarianism and poverty). There are also accounts that Alexander crossed the Jhelum river into India at Mangla, which is in Kashmir. And we may assume that many Phoenicians settled here, as Jhelum today is a Spookopolis. As such Kashmir shares a border with Punjab, which has been a hub of Spook activity since ancient times, and the line between Shah Mir Spooks and other Spook groups based in Indian and Pakistani Punjab often gets blurred. In modern times, we see new, highly political religious movements such as Sikhism, the Arya Samaj and the Qadiyani/Ahmadiyya group emerging from the Punjab.

Left: A statue of the Bodhisattva produced around 1 AD in Gandhara in the Indo-Greek kingdoms. Right: A statue of the “Orator” sculpted in Rome around 1 AD. Note the similarities in style, the concern for natural representation, and the creation of folds in the garment. In other words, both these statues were produced by the same group of people (Roman-Phoenicians and “Indo-Greek” Phoenicians). Both these statues can be viewed at the Louvre Museum of Abu Dhabi.

In short, the Shah Mir Spooks were positioned to become the rulers of India following the devastation of the Delhi Sultanate by Amir Timur. But then the Mughals showed up. Mughal Emperor Akbar became fed up with them and put an end to the Shah Mir dynasty, exiling their royals to Patna (Bihar). The Shah Mir Spooks then turned all their energies into conspiring against the Mughals. Some say that the transformation of Sikhs into an anti-Mughal project was their doing.[5]The most notable anti-Mughal Sikh guru, Guru Gobind Singh came out of Patna, which is quite far from the traditional Sikh homeland of Punjab. Once a Sikh “Empire” was established in the Punjab, it started displaying an obsession with Kashmir. Later, we see the British and the Sikh Empire propping up the “Dogra/Sikh/Hindu-Rajput” princely state. This state (Kashmir State) was all set to emerge as the most powerful nation in post-British India.

One such Shah Mir operative, Hakim Ahsanullah Khan infiltrated the Mughal Court and became the personal physician of the last Mughal Emperor. He was instrumental in convincing the Emperor to leave the security of the Red Fort in the events of 1857. This foolish move resulted in the Emperor and his family being captured by the British and the Mughal King was replaced by the British one as the ruler of India.

As a reward for his treason, Hakim Ahsanullah Khan was quietly rehabilitated to the Spookopolis of Baroda. His progeny however, were secretly resurrected in British Bengal as the Nawabs of Dhakka. Of course, the link to Ahsanullah Khan was carefully scrubbed from their lineage, because who would want to publicly identify with such a vicious traitor? But the name Ahsan seems to be keep reappearing among the Nawabs of Dhaka. They even named one of their palaces with it. The Nawabs of Dhaka later figure among the early founders of Pakistan.

There are many other branches of the Shah Mir Spooks in Pakistan. They are centered at the town of Chakwal, 90 kilometers from Islamabad.

There are many other branches of the Shah Mir Spooks in Pakistan. They are centered at the town of Chakwal, 90 kilometers from Islamabad. This town was notorious for the number of traitors it produced, who assisted the British in the events of 1857. These traitors later received all sorts of grants and awards from the British. Notable spook families from this region have already been covered. The surname Awan and Qureshi is regularly found among them. A small town in the Chakwal district is called Saigolabad. It is believed to be a Spookopolis from which the Sehgals originate, and it seems it has been deliberately misspelt later on as Saigolabad (rather than Sehgalabad) to hide the link to the Sehgals. Interestingly, many Sehgals are cosplaying as Hindus in India, and some have even established themselves as Hindu nationalists!

Indian VHP President Ashok Singhal (Sehgal?), who devoted his whole life to making Indian Muslims uneasy about identifying with India, which in turn, also helps eroding Indian claims over Kashmir.

In an earlier article, we also discovered that Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani, a mysterious Sufi who migrated to Kashmir during the period of the Shah Mir Dysnasty. Many direct descendants of Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani settled in Danda Shah Bilawal, a village in Punjab, Pakistan. Coincidentally the grave of a forefather of Asif Ali Zardari (a rascal-politician of Pakistan) is in Danda Shah Bilawal. His son was also named Bilawal. We can thus conclude that the Zardaris are a branch of the Shah Mir Spooks.

Following the British departure from India, the princely state of Kashmir was all set to emerge as the most powerful nation in the region. But in February 1947, there was the surprise Poonch rebellion by local Muslims. It was imminent that the Dogras tied to the Shah Mir Spooks were about to be displaced. Rather than let that happen, it was decided that Kashmir state should temporarily cease, and should instead be made a disputed territory contested by both India and Pakistan, which would eventually lead to the creation of a UN mandate. This was the beginning of the “Kashmir problem.” The objective of this contingency plan is to keep Kashmir neither Indian or Pakistani, but perpetually disputed. That is of course, until the Shah Mir Spooks can slip back in with Western help, and continue where the Dogras exited.

Following the Poonch rebellion of February 1947, the Pakistani leadership under Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan openly went against Pakistani interests to ensure Kashmir remained disputed, as part of this secret contingency plan. This has been covered earlier. To quote,

Akbar Khan

Firstly, when Pakistan-backed tribesmen later invaded Kashmir a few days after 24th October 1947, they seemed to have secret orders not to proceed further South beyond Poonch. Despite the fact that they could have used the situation to their advantage to appropriate most of Kashmir. Major General Akbar Khan, who led the Pakistan-backed invasion was astounded to find that General Douglas David Gracey, then Commander-in-Chief of the Pakistan Army, put the brakes on deeper involvement of the Pakistani army beyond Azad Kashmir, openly bypassing the Pakistani political leadership. The Pakistani successor to General Douglas David Gracey would later be killed in a mysterious plane crash. With Pakistan being involved, it was only logical that India would also intervene. Akbar Khan contended that Liaquat Ali Khan’s government entered into a ceasefire with Indian forces when he was only four hours from capturing Srinagar. In 1951, Akbar Khan was implicated in the Rawalpindi Conspiracy Case, which was an attempt of likeminded military officers to overthrow the government of Liaquat Ali Khan. This plot was killed even before it materialized and never came to fruition as Akbar Khan made the mistake of allowing Communists to be a part of it (they later got away with lenient sentences). It seems the Communists secretly betrayed all the conspirators to The Powers That Be.

A byproduct of this betrayal of Liaquat Ali Khan was that the Army soon became very angry with the so-called civilian leadership of Pakistan, which was more or less a gentleman’s club of cigar smoking, wine guzzling, suit wearing, European-educated elites from British India, with pretend-Muslim wives who operated Feminist groups. In particular, they were angry at Liaquat Ali Khan’s insistence that the forces of Major Akbar Khan not be allowed to proceed beyond the present-day Line of Control in Kashmir. (This was done not to create Indian Kashmir, but to ultimately make present day “Indian Kashmir” and “Pakistani Kashmir” a UN mandate, although it did not end up being so). Liaquat Ali Khan was assassinated in 1951 when he made the foolish mistake of making a public appearance in Rawalpindi, and some say the assassination was done by the same disgruntled figures in the army.

(CONFIDENTIAL) Comment. It is widely rumored here that the charges against Najaf Khan are merely a cover for the parties really responsible for the assassination. Bazaar rumors are to the effect that he will be temporarily suspended but will be taken care of financially or otherwise. Begum Liaquat has not failed to point the inconsistency of the claim made by the GOP Prime Minister that the investigation was a purely provincial matter with the later revelation that the GOP Inpector General of Police was investigating the matter on behalf of the Central Govt and was conveniently killed in a recent plane crash. It has also been stated soto voce that the true instigators of the assassination are the same persons behind the Rawalpindi conspiracy to overthrow the government. A connection of some sort was hinted at in the official report of the assassination investigation. The link, it is rumored, lies in the fact that Liaquat was insisting on the death penalty for the conspirators and it was therefore necessary to eliminate him. Whether this connection is true or not, it is a fact that after Liaquat’s death, the charges against the conspirators seem to have reached a stalemate and there are recent consistent reports of their impending release. ConGen officer was told by Finlays representative in Lahore that his company had received a letter signed by “ex-Maj or general Akbar Khan, Hyderabad Central Jail,” inquiring as to prices of tractors and other agricultural equipment and stating that the writer expected to engage in large scale cultivation “within six months.” General Akbar Khan was the ringleader of the Rawalpindi conspiracy, and this communication if true would seem to indicate that at least the chief protagonist expects to be released in the near future.

American cryptos realizing that they are not the only ones doing the conspiring in Pakistan. American cryptos were very desperate to figure out who the perpetrators of the assassination of Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan were. They even secretly offered American assistance in the investigation. Confidential Dispatch from the American Consulate General Lahore to the Department of State Washington dated 6th October 1952.

The threat posed by Akbar Khan and his military supporters at Rawalpindi became so big, that the Phoenicians decided to move against them using their own loyalists in the military. The Secretary of Defence Iskander Mirza was given this task. Iskander Mirza was a descendant of Mir Jafar, a noted Shiite traitor who helped the British establish a foothold in Mughal Bengal. His mother belonged to the Ismaili Tyabji clan of Bombay. Both these groups are originally from Iraq, which makes Iskander Mirza a Baghdad Spook, just like the Muslim Leaguers. Iskander Mirza sent a secret message to Washington that he was going after Major General Akbar Khan (who was now suddenly “Communist.”) and Air Commodore Janjua, the first Chief of the Pakistan Air Force. Iskander Mirza then focused on East Pakistan, where he terrorized popular groups that had displaced the Muslim League’s following, by branding them as “Communists.” Iskander Mirza would later abrogate the Constitution and declare Martial Law, when it was feared that a genuine Islamic Constitution was imminent. In other words, the first case of Military Dictatorship in Pakistan was also a Phoenician venture.

An interesting discovery I have made is that Military Dictatorship, in the case of Pakistan, and specifically from 1958 (Ayub Khan onwards, or post-Iskander Mirza) sometimes provided respite from crypto-Phoenician rule in Pakistan. While it is true that “The Army has no business in Politics,” neither do the Phoenicians![6]Take the case of Burma, where the elected civilian leader was actually a sockpuppet of Canadian interests, and embarked on a genocide of the Rohingya citizenry, and the military stepped in to dispose her. We are usually presented with the contrary point of view, that “civilian leaders” were the saviors of Pakistan, and the Army was run by foreign interests. I have found that the opposite is true (at least up till President Musharraf). Maybe this is because of historical reasons. Originally, the Army of Pakistan was exclusively under the command of British officers, who in turn were crypto-Phoenicians tied directly to London. Ordinary members of the army were commoners, who were seen as gun fodder by the British.  It seems that when the British left, they did not put much thought into keeping the Army under the new “brown” crypto-Phoenicians, because they never assumed that it would threaten the civilian leadership. But it did. It seems that genuine leaders emerged from the Army because they were well protected from intimidation and assassination attempts. On the other hand, the Phoenicians easily intimidated and assassinated many emerging civilian leaders in Pakistan.

Smaller Spook Groups

These consist mainly of:

Agha Khan III. What was his influence over Jinnah and the Muslim League?
Agha Khan III. Yup, thats what he really looked like.
  • The Agha Khan and his Ismaili Cabal: The origins of Agha Khan III has been covered in an earlier book. He is the crypto-Phoenician head of a cult that terrorized the Islamic world with assassins high on opium. While originally of ancient-Egyptian origin, his group enjoyed the patronage of the Safavids of Iran, until they were overthrown by the Qajars. His ancestors tried to unseat the Qajars with British aid, but when the plan backfired, they were relocated to British India by the British and started playing a devious role in Muslim politics. Agha Khan III was probably one of the main masterminds of the Partition. Many of the founding figures of Pakistan were of Ismaili origin. As expected, this group is currently active in Pakistani Kashmir, and hopes to convert many Muslims in that area to Ismailism, so that the group can stake a claim in the region when Kashmir becomes a nation.
    • The Ispahani Business Group’s founder Mohammed Hashim (1789-1850) moved from Isfahan (a notorious Spookopolis of crypto-Jews in Iran) to Bombay in 1820. This was around the same time that Agha Khan I had fled to British India from Iran. The Ispahanis later became well-established in Dhakka, though they would lose their fortunes after the creation of Bangladesh. The Ispahanis have been covered in an earlier article. Mirza Abul Hasan ispahani was the Deputy Leader of Pakistan Delegation to UNO on Trade And Development in 1947. He was Vice Chairman Pakistan Delegation to U.N. Security Council on Kashmir issue and was High Commissioner to the UK from 1952 to 1954. Zulfikhar Ali Bhutto’s wife was an Ispahani. The 24th Pakistani ambassador to USA, Hussain Haqqani is married to an Ispahani.
  • Émigré Spooks: These are usually royals from Spookopolis’ which remained part of India. Unlike common Muslims from India who migrated to Pakistan and generally ended up in poverty, these emigres had doors open up for them everywhere, and they could settle wherever they wanted (Not just Karachi). In some cases, they even retained their estates in independent India with tacit cooperation of the Indian Government! A case point is the royal family of Bhopal, which went on to influence politics in Pakistan.
  • Mughal-era Baghdad Spooks: There is an even older branch of Iraqi Jews connected to the royals of the princely state of Awadh and the Nawabs of Bengal, both of which were in India. These groups migrated into India around the period of Aurangzeb, long before their mass migration to Bombay and Gujarat in the British era. It seems many of these crypto-royals later migrated to assume leadership positions in Pakistan.
    • Governor-General (and later President) Iskander Mirza was a descendant of Mir Jafar, a noted Shiite traitor of Iraqi origin, who helped the British establish a foothold in Mughal Bengal.
    • Prime Minister Muhammad Ali Bogra was from an Iraqi-origin ruling family in Barisal, Bengal.
  • The Durranis: The Durranis were cryptos who ruled Afghanistan for less than a century. Interestingly, in the first Anglo-Afghan war, the British were trying to impose the long-deposed Shah Shuja Durrani on the throne of Afghanistan. Check out the following Durranis:
    • Asad Durrani, director-general of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence from 1990 to 1992 and Director-General of the Pakistani Army’s Military Intelligence. He later wrote a book implying Pakistan’s role in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, which helped divert attention away from Western Intelligence Agencies.
    • Nasir Khan Durrani, Inspector General of Police of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province (2013-2017).
    • Ayatullah Durrani was a Pakistani politician who served as Member of National Assembly of Pakistan and Minister of State for Industries and Production.
    • Asif Ali Khan Durrani, Ambassador of Pakistan to Iran. Earlier in his career, he served as ambassador to the UAE.
    • Rahila Hameed Khan Durrani is a Pakistani lawyer and politician. She was elected as the first ever female Speaker of the Provincial Assembly of Balochistan on 24 December 2015.
    • Ejaz Durrani was a Pakistani film actor, director and producer active from 1956 to 1984. He was married to legendary Pakistani actress-singer Noor Jehan. Was detained for smuggling cannabis at the London Heathrow Airport.
    • Amin Mohamed Durrani is one of 17 people (fake?) detained for the fake 2006 Toronto terrorism arrests, which were intended to garner support for the so-called War on Terror.
    • Iqbal Durrani is an Indian writer, director, actor and producer of Hindi films. He is a promoter of the Jain religion.
    • Pashtana Durrani is an Afghan NGO operative focused on girls’ and women’s access to education. In 2021, Durrani was named as one of BBC’s 100 Women. In 2022, she was a Young Activist Summit winner. In 2023, Durrani was given a Global Citizen Prize for her work. She has also been named a Global Education Champion by the Malala Fund.
    • Attash Durrani was a Pakistani linguist, researcher, critic, author, educationist, and gemologist. He was a curriculum and textbook development specialist for Urdu, literacy, basic and at all the higher education levels and Urdu informatics for ADB, GIZ/GTZ, ESRA, JICA, UNESCO, US Aid, Islamabad, Pakistan and Curriculum Wing, Federal Ministry of Education, AIOU and Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC).
    • Hamid Karzai, former Afghan president (2001–2014) was also a leader of the Popalzai clan of Durranis. He was placed in power by the Americans following the war against the Taliban.
    • Deoni: A jagir given to Durranis allied to Hyderabad State.
    • Mariam Durrani: American fiction author noted for strong female characters.
  • The Kayanis/Kianis: The Kayanis/Kianis are prominent in Iranian history. The name comes from Kyani, a Phoenician settlement in Didymoteicho, Greece, which makes most of them cryptos. There is even some overlap between them and the crypto-Jewish Barlas tribe. In Pakistan, two Generals were Kayanis/Kianis. There are theories that the Gyanis/Gianis that are found among Sikhs are a variant of Kianis. The name Gianni also occurs among Italian elite (such as the principal shareholder of Fiat, Gianni Agnelli), which confirms the Mediterranean/Phoenician origin of the name.
  • The Janjua Rajputs are a legit, local ethnic group in Pakistan. But some Punjabi/Kashmiri spooks occasionally claim to be Janjua Rajputs because it is difficult to verify ancestries. Take the case of Shah Nawaz Khan, who seemed to have infiltrated the Indian National Army as a British Intelligence Agent, and later participated in the coverup of the disappearance of Subhas Chandra Bose. Also see the Minhas clan which consists of Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs.
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1 Ghulam Mohammed, the controversial Governor-General of Pakistan was earlier associated with the Tatas.
2 Konkani Muslims are originally from Hadhramaut in Yemen, and some of them are indeed linked to Yemenite Jews.
3 There is a place called Shah Mir in Khorasan, and the name Shah Mir is most prevalent in Iran.
4 Successor states of the Mauryas would later lose out to the Turkic Delhi Sultanate, who even wrestled their capital of Ujjain from them. Maybe this is why the cryptos hated the Delhi Sultanate so much.
5 The most notable anti-Mughal Sikh guru, Guru Gobind Singh came out of Patna, which is quite far from the traditional Sikh homeland of Punjab. Once a Sikh “Empire” was established in the Punjab, it started displaying an obsession with Kashmir. Later, we see the British and the Sikh Empire propping up the “Dogra/Sikh/Hindu-Rajput” princely state. This state (Kashmir State) was all set to emerge as the most powerful nation in post-British India.
6 Take the case of Burma, where the elected civilian leader was actually a sockpuppet of Canadian interests, and embarked on a genocide of the Rohingya citizenry, and the military stepped in to dispose her.

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