The World Arm Race vs. The World Peace Race?

Now that India has successfully tested its 2nd long range nuclear missile rocket capable of hitting China, then next is Pakistan. North Korea already wants the same which the 5-permanent members of the UN Security Council already have, the same technological capability.

Israel is in it too, then Iran is drying up to have the same, so as Egypt, then later Senegal and Nigeria will demand for the same ability and so as South Africa. Then soon Brazil, Cuba, Spain, Venezuela, Australia, even Lesotho, Kenya and Zimbabwe would want the same; later on the whole freaking world would have long-range nuclear missiles pointing at one another but each country with a policy of “no-first-use”, but when one schmuck scientist comes to work drunk and accidentally hit the press launch button, then the missile will hit Israel or China or N.Korea “by accident”, then we will have The First Nuclear Missile World War, then all of us, humans and our little animals all go into oblivion – extinction; then after 1000 years when the nuclear radiation has dispelled just a little, then Dinosaurs come back to life.

What a wonderful recycle? So, what the freakin’ happened to World Peace Race?

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Just as Analytically Predicted, Osama bin Laden is Dead

AGAIN, a near perfect analysis. I’m exactly almost one year late since my analytical predictive article that I wrote and posted in February 2010 stating that Osama bin Laden will be captured or killed by President Obama. Read the article that I posted on my blog on February 15, 2010 for more information.

Adam Gadahn Today, Osama bin Laden Tomorrow

Since I wrote and posted this analytical piece on February 15th, 2010, there has been many successful arrests or kills of senior Al-Qaeda and Taliban Members. And, today, Adam Gadahn, the American-born spokesperson for Al-Qaeda has been arrested by the Pakistani security forces, and that further amplifies my statement that Osama bin Laden and Mullah Omar will be both captured or killed by or before June 2010.

By the way, CNN.com was reporting a few days ago that the Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence knows the whereabouts or is protecting Osama bin Laden perhaps inside Pakistan, and with the pressure from President Obama, they may eventually cooperate and give him up.

Happy New Year, and Rejoice or Mourn Because Osama bin Laden is Dead, by June 2010!

BREAKING: CNN.com is reporting right now that Taliban’s top military leader, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, has been captured. And, I had just posted a blog on this topic about 4 hours ago, see below, regressing the imminent capture or a kill for Al Qaeda’s Osama bin Laden and Taliban’s Mullah Omar. He should be able to give up lots of intel. Read my previous post below!

My original post: Happy New Year Everyone!

Yes, today is February 15th, 2010, and this is my first post of 2010. And my first analysis is about what’s happening in Afghanistan right now.

I have previously written about what needs to happen in Afghanistan, read it here, but President Obama and his allies didn’t consider to do exactly what I have actually stated in that post. I still concur with his action to boost the US troops in Afghanistan in order to hunt out and thwart off the resistance and all the elements of Al Qaeda and the Taliban.

Looking at all the variables about what’s happening in Afghanistan now, with an ongoing pressure and full force by the US troops and NATO allies, I’ll note here now that Osama bin Laden, his top aides, and Mullah Omar (remember him, the Taliban leader?) will either be captured or killed by the forces of the US troops and NATO by no later than June 2010.

Disagreeing? The US and NATO mighty troops are going from door to door in Afghanistan, driving out all the elements, most of them will eventually throw away and abandon their weapons and ammunitions, and blend in with the local civilians, and those that resist either get killed or driven out into the deeper mountains. As the Forces press on, Al Qaeda and the Taliban will be forced to cross into Pakistan, but since Obama is putting heavy pressure on the Pakistan Government to do more, thus in the end, the Taliban and Al Qaeda will have nowhere to go but either blend in as civilians or get killed.

President Obama has also put great pressure on President Karzai to do more in order to avert and stop the corruption that has ravaged his government. As noted, most of Karzai’s government officials have been working as double agents or involved in some form of corruption to aid the Taliban and Al Qaeda; as well as in the production of the opium that helps finance the Taliban and Al Qaeda.

At least by June 2010, soon or around that time, Osama bin Laden, his top aides, and Mullah Omar will be either captured or killed. And that will tremendously boost Obama’s approval ratings.

But will the capture or killing of Osama bin Laden help stop the threat of Al Qaeda or simply fuel their passion to fight on?

Bush to Kick Gen. Pervez Musharraf Out?

What’s happening with Gen. Pervez Musharraf lately? Obviously, almost everyone knows that General Pervez Musharraf is president of Pakistan and he’s also the Chief of Army Staff of the Pakistan Army.

Since he came to power by way of a bloodless military coup d’état in 1999, prior to 9/11, Pakistan was the only country that had supported and recognized the Islamic fundamentalist Taliban regime in Afghanistan as legitimate government and was the only country that had diplomatic relationship with the Taliban led government.

After 9/11, General Pervez Musharraf reversed Pakistan’s position and became the pro-supporter for the US move to remove the Taliban from power and has since been the chief ally for the U.S. fight and struggle against the Taliban and Al Qaeda in the region.

And, so far because of his commitment to helping the US fight against terrorism in the region, the US has given over $10 billion in aid to Pakistan. However his decision to suspend the constitution and declare a state of emergency has made the US possible think twice against his leadership and is talking about reviewing its financial aid to Pakistan.

As reported in Boston,com, Rice, who was traveling in Jerusalem yesterday, spoke as Musharraf pursued a second day of arrests of hundreds of opposition leaders, lawyers, and Supreme Court judges in what Pakistani newspapers described as a “coup” against his own government.

Rice told reporters that the crackdown might trigger legal statutes that would make Pakistan ineligible for some of the aid that has flowed into the country over the past five years. But she also suggested that President Bush would be very reluctant to cut off military support for Musharraf, a military ruler who has become a crucial partner in the war on terror.

“We have to be very cognizant of the fact that some of the assistance that has been going to Pakistan is directly related to the counterterrorism mission,” Rice said.

But President Bush has also suggested that Gen. Musharraf should give up his role as chief of the Pakistani Army. “You can’t serve as President of a country and head of the military the same time,” said President Bush in the CBS Evening News of November 8, 2007.

Is Benazir Bhutto currently more likely to finding favor with Bush?

Wasn’t Saddam Hussein once a close ally of the US in the early 1980’s, as well as the likewise of Osama bin Laden and Jonas Savimbi?

If this is the case that General Musharraf falls out with the US, what will happen of him? If so, will history repeat itself?