China - Pakistan Economic Corridor - CPEC


timepass

Brigadier
Since the time China's efforts in South China Sea began to bare fruit in the shape of actual islands developed from shoals and archipelagos. With infrastructure built on them to support not just tourism, but also military operations. The americans and british have been uncomfortable with it. China and Russia's gains and their level of independence from Western monopoly, has led to active propaganda campaign by american, british and french to undermine the progress of both countries. Of course, that means that allies of these two countries would also be targeted. We are all witnessing unprecedented duplicity and sheer wickedness by the americans, british and french governments with what they're doing to Venezuela. So it shouldn't come as a surprise if such efforts aren't also directed at Pakistan.

Make no mistake, the west will use all the tools it has available, to implement its strategy against China and Russia. That means, Financial Times, Rueters, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, SWIFT international payment system and etc would all be used to target allies of both countries. In the efforts to isolate both China and Russia. The more isolated and ally-less both countries are, the better the chances for the american-british-french in a war against both countries. There would be less spill over to deal with. Venezuela, Iran, Algeria and Pakistan are the next targets on their hit-list.

Remember their tactics, because it is a familiar pattern starting with western media running a malicious campaign against the targeted country. This western media campaign runs alongside clandestine operations with interfering in the internal affairs and politics of the targeted country. Using whatever opposition there is, which can be bought with promises, money and other tools. Followed by mass riots, protests and militant uprising. After which come statements by western governments, condemning the targeted country's govt. If the riots and militant uprising are successful in overthrowing the targeted country's government. Then the bought off new government serves the interests of the western powers and opens up the country's resources to western corporations. If however the militant uprising is quashed by the targeted country's government. Then sanctions follow, to weaken the targeted country's government and more pressure is applied by arming and funding opposition rioters and militants. The tactics aren't always implement in any particular sequence, conforming only to what the situation is, in the targeted country. This pretty much summarizes the western "regime change" playbook tactics.



The title, "Quaid-e-Azam" means the leader of the country (Pakistan), whereas "Baba-e-Qaum" means father of the nation.

Though, I ought myself from further postings in SDF but your above summary made me to reply that you just nailed it.
 

Jono

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I wish one day I could drive along the Karakoram Road too before I get too old.
More so, driving from Hong Kong all the way to Turkey, with stops among the scenic spots along the way, would be a dream journey of a life time.
Come on Belt and Road project, you'd better succeed soon!
 

timepass

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Port is Now Officially Open for Transit Trade


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Gwadar Port is now open for transit trade and the first ship is due to arrive next Tuesday, says the Ministry of Maritime Affairs.

The sub-committee of the senate standing committee on Maritime Affairs, in its meeting on Tuesday, reviewed various issues of Gwadar Port and its investors.

Talking about transit trade and transshipment, the committee discussed that the Afghan Trade Transit Module requires some changes that have been applied and after initial testing, seems ready for application.

Gwadar’s main competitors will be Singapore and Dubai ports since incentives such as no cargo demurrage charges and a three-month storage facility will divert business to Gwadar. Concerning storage facilities for fish processing within or outside the port, the committee was assured that Chinese companies will not be charged extra taxes.

Convened by Senator Kauda Babar, the meeting was attended by Senator Moula Bux Chandio, Senator Muhammad Akram and senior officers from the Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunications, Gwadar Port Authority, FBR and PTCL, among others

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Red Moon

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Port is Now Officially Open for Transit Trade


gwadar-general-economic-inauguration-pakistan-corridor-before_e74e4288-4791-11e8-b98f-44ca1ff8ed36.jpg


Gwadar Port is now open for transit trade and the first ship is due to arrive next Tuesday, says the Ministry of Maritime Affairs.

The sub-committee of the senate standing committee on Maritime Affairs, in its meeting on Tuesday, reviewed various issues of Gwadar Port and its investors.

Talking about transit trade and transshipment, the committee discussed that the Afghan Trade Transit Module requires some changes that have been applied and after initial testing, seems ready for application.

Gwadar’s main competitors will be Singapore and Dubai ports since incentives such as no cargo demurrage charges and a three-month storage facility will divert business to Gwadar. Concerning storage facilities for fish processing within or outside the port, the committee was assured that Chinese companies will not be charged extra taxes.

Convened by Senator Kauda Babar, the meeting was attended by Senator Moula Bux Chandio, Senator Muhammad Akram and senior officers from the Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunications, Gwadar Port Authority, FBR and PTCL, among others

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Thanks for posting @timepass. I hope you continue. It was maybe too much to keep up with before, but you are the only source I know that collects all this stuff. I regard the CPEC as rather pivotal for the whole Belt & Road project, and elsewhere you mostly get nothing but propaganda. Thanks again.
 

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