Chapter Six: The Free-fall Years (2008-2018)
Crypto Comeback in Post-Musharraf Pakistan
Musharraf would finally be impeached by a united front consisting of the PPP and the PML. (Baghdad Spooks and Shah Mir Spooks). Asif Zardari would become the new President of Pakistan in 2008, and in 2013, Nawaz Sharif would creep back in as Prime Minister.
Musharraf’s Chief of Army Staff General Kayani seems to have betrayed him.
Escalation in American Drone Strikes in Pakistan
The cryptos running Pakistan never valued the sovereignty of Pakistan, and the so-called War on Terror provided them with the unique opportunity to use American military hardware against parts of their citizenry who historically resisted their domination. Of the 409 US drone strikes that took place in Pakistan, only 10 took place during the Musharraf era. The remaining 399 drone strikes took place following his ouster. We see a huge escalation in 2008 when he was ousted.
Less than 20% of those killed in the drone strikes were militants. Of the “militants” killed, most were rivals of CIA-backed militants. The CIA-backed militants would also be retired following fake drone strikes.
The Fake-killing of Osama Bin Laden
On 1st May 2011 (long after Musharraf was removed) American Special Forces (SEAL Team 6) raided a compound in Abbottabad and claimed to have killed Osama in very sketchy circumstances. Subsequently, many members of SEAL Team 6 would “die” in suspicious circumstances.
On 5th May 2011, former ISI chief Hamid Gul claimed that the raid on Abottabad was a hoax and that Osama had died many years ago. Hamid Gul subsequently made several appearances on the Alex Jones show claiming that 9/11 was an inside job. On 15th August 2015, he died of a “brain hemorrhage.”
Following the fake-killing of Osama Bin Laden, the American military tried to intervene in Pakistan to protect President Zardari from the Pakistani military, many of whose members were questioning the farce, in particular ISI Chief Ahmed Shuja Pasha and Commander of the 111th Infantry Brigade Sarfaraz Ali. This was despite Zardari having the full support of Chief of Army Staff General Kayani. To quote,
The memogate controversy (also Mullen memo controversy) revolves around a memorandum (addressed to Admiral Mike Mullen) ostensibly seeking help of the Obama administration in the wake of the Osama bin Laden raid to avert a military takeover of the civilian government in Pakistan, as well as assisting in a civilian takeover of the government and military apparatus. The memo was delivered in May 2011; Mansoor Ijaz wrote a Financial Times article in October 2011 bringing initial public attention to the affair. The memo, which at first was questioned to even exist, was published in November, leading to the resignation of Ambassador Haqqani and the continuing Pakistani Supreme Court investigation. Central actors in the plot include Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz, who alleged that long-time friend and former Pakistan Ambassador to the United States Husain Haqqani asked him to deliver a confidential memo asking for US assistance. The memo is alleged to have been drafted by Haqqani at the behest of President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. The memo was delivered to Mike Mullen through then National Security Advisor James L. Jones.
Recall that Ambassador Haqqani is married into the Ispahani cabal, just like Zulfikhar Ali Bhutto was.
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project
Should the initial $46 billion worth of projects be implemented, the value of those projects would be roughly equivalent to all foreign direct investment in Pakistan since 1970, and would be equal to 17% of Pakistan’s 2015 gross domestic product.
In other words, the Phoenicians were “passing over” Pakistan to the Communist China Project.
The Murder of Mullah Omar
Following 9/11, Mullah Omar was secretly extended asylum in Pakistan by Musharraf, and he was living in Karachi. This was done with tacit American approval. Since the so-called War on Terror was fake, there was never any intention to kill or capture Mullah Omar. Capturing him and prosecuting him would open a bigger can of worms as he would deny involvement in 9/11.
Following the fake-killing of Osama in 2011, Mullah Omar sent a letter to President Barack Obama for peace talks. This rattled the Phoenicians, as allowing Mullah Omar to be party to the peace talks and the subsequent American withdrawal would make him a formidable player in post-invasion Afghanistan. President Zardari seems to have authorized an assassination of Mullah Omar in Karachi in 2011.
There were many more high-profile murders which took place during the Freefall Years, and most of them could be attributed to the Cryptos (Yes, the Cryptos do use suicide bombers and terrorist groups as well):
- 2007: Maulana Hasan Jan, a religious leader who declared suicide attacks un-Islamic. Killed in an attack by a CIA-linked terrorist group.
- 2007-2015: Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao, a highly regarded Pashtun politician was targeted in three assassination attempts by a terrorist group linked to the CIA.
- 2009: Commander of the 111th Infantry Brigade Bilal Omer Khan. Killed in an attack by a CIA-linked terrorist group.
- 2010: Colonel Imam, a pioneer of the Soviet-Afghan Jihad, who later trained the Taliban for the ISI. Bush Sr. gave him a piece of the Berlin wall in the White House as a souvenir. He knew too much about Arab-Western citizens who were involved in the formation of Al Qaida (read: CIA operatives). He was killed by a militant group with known ties to the CIA. Kidnapped and killed under mysterious circumstances.
- 2010: Khalid Khawaja, a pioneer of the Soviet-Afghan Jihad, who later trained the Taliban for the ISI. He knew too much about Arab-Western citizens who were involved in the formation of Al Qaida, such as the Khadr family (read: CIA operatives). CIA. Kidnapped and killed under mysterious circumstances.
- 2011: Minorities Minister Shahbaz Bhatti. Killed in an attack by a CIA-linked terrorist group.
- 2012: KPK Politician Bashir Ahmed Bilour. His son was already the target of two suicide bombings but survived. But in 2018, he and 21 others were killed when his rally was bombed by a CIA-linked terrorist group.
- 2016: Pop singer Junaid Jamshed, who had transformed into an orthodox Muslim was killed when his flight crashed into the mountains. The cause of the crash still remains disputed.
- 2015: Home Minister of Punjab Shuja Khanzada.
- 2018: Taliban figurehead Sami ul Haq.
The rise of the fake Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan in Pakistan (a CIA-linked terrorist group)
There were some legit supporters of the Taliban in Waziristan, who were fighting Pakistani Army (as they always did since 1947). However, their leader Nek Muhammad Wazir accepted a peace deal with the Musharraf government in April 2004. The Phoenicians were aghast, as this meant no more American intervention in the region. So while Nek Muhammad Wazir was having dinner with his family in his home, a Predator drone killed him along with six other members of his family a mere two months after the peace deal. Afterwards, there was a rush to fill his shoes with compromised CIA candidates such as Abdullah Mehsud.
Among the hundreds of Taliban members the US captured during the initial invasion of Afghanistan was a certain Abdullah Mehsud. He was a cripple, and worked for them as a clerk, and obviously was not a fighter. He was flown to Guantanamo Bay, where he agreed to go back to Afghanistan as a CIA operative (while still pretending to be a Taliban). There were many others who came out of Guantanamo Bay to later resurface in the Taliban. One in seven Guantanamo Bay detainees returned to battle, but as CIA operatives. All such cases should be considered suspect (and so should their alleged deaths).
- Maulvi Abdul Ghaffar: Returned to Afghanistan to become the Taliban commander of Uruzgan and Helmand provinces.
- Shahzada Akhund: Returned to Afghanistan to organize a jailbreak for 41 Taliban prisoners from Sarposa prison.
- Muhammad Ismail Agha: Returned to Afghanistan to organize an attack on US forces. Was a juvenile.
- Abdul Rahman Noorani: The Deputy Defence Minister of the Taliban. Returned to Afghanistan in 2003.
- Mohammed Nayim Farouq: Was leader of a gang of bandits who somehow ended up in Guantanamo Bay. Karzai tried to make him a District Chief.
- Abdul Qayyum Zakir: A former Taliban fighter. Returned to become Taliban’s deputy minister of defense.
- Isa Khan: A Pakistani traveler who ended up being given to the Americans. He would return and was accused of being associated with the TTP, a CIA linked militant group in Pakistan.
- Sha Mohammed Alikhel: A Pakistani baker who ended up being given to the Americans. The Americans later claimed that he was killed fighting US Forces.
- Abdullah Ghofoor: We are told that he returned and was killed in fighting.
Abdullah Mehsud knew that there was big money involved, including the prospect of retiring with millions of dollars, under a new identity in USA. In 2007, he was captured but this had to be covered up, so we are told he blew himself up. Since it was not possible to publicly use him for CIA ops anymore, he decided to operate in the shadows while his loser brother Baitullah Mehsud would go around pretending to be the leader of the fake Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan, despite the fact that his key allies were not local fighters but foreign groups such as the Uzbeks. Interestingly, American drones would attack the forces of Baitullah Mehsud’s rivals, such as those of Hafiz Gul Bahadur, Qari Zainuddin and Maulvi Nazir. We are told Baitullah Mehsud was killed in a 2008 “drone attack.” Another loser of the same family, Hakimullah Mehsud would fill his shoes. He was fake-killed in a drone strike in 2010, 2011 and 2012 (pick your year). To quote,
At the time of his death, he was living in a farmhouse worth $120 000, equipped with marble floors, green lawns and a tall minaret, where he used to grow apples, oranges, grapes and pomegranates.
All courtesy the American taxpayer.
The Deliberate Gutting of the Pakistani Economy
In early 2008, one US dollar was 62.45 Pakistani Rupees. By mid-2019, it was 163.5 Pakistani Rupees. As of mid-2023, it is 303.67 Pakistani Rupees! This is an inflation jump of 450%.
In the Musharraf years (2002-2007), Government Debt (as a percentage of GDP) was in the -50% range every year. From 2008-2018, Government Debt (as a percentage of GDP) turned into the +50% range every year, with the exception of three years.