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Manufacturing Justification for the NATO Takeover of Central Asia–Smashing Greater Central Asia – (Part One)

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Manufacturing Justification for the NATO Takeover of Central Asia–Smashing Greater Central Asia – (Part One)




21
07
2011



Manufacturing Justification for the NATO Takeover of Central Asia–


Smashing Greater Central Asia – (Part One)


Peter Chamberlin


After ten years of raging warfare in Afghanistan, watching the fight
slowly ooze across the invisible Durand Line into Pakistan, we have the
right to wonder whether the war is any closer to ending today? It is
perfectly reasonable to suspect that if we were allowed to know the
truth we would understand that the American government has no plans to
end the war in the near future. Trying to make sense of relentless
Western news reports on the disaster of the impending American
“withdrawal from Afghanistan,” even though other reports reveal that
super-bases have been constructed, leaveing most observers completely
bewildered about whether the Afgan war is ending or expanding. The only
thing that is obvious is that there is to be no “withdrawal” from
Afghanistan, at least not from the northern half of the country (SEE: Plan B In Afghanistan).


If it was true that US forces were planning to eventually leave Afghanistan, then CENTCOM would not be allocating $100 million to
build a Special Forces base in Mazar i-Sharif. This is to be a
massive, permanent structure, intended to serve as a Special Forces
operations center for many years to come. The majority of analysts who
have focused upon this SOCOM facility, have drawn the conclusion that
this and the other super-bases are intended to provide protection to the
pipelines which are planned, in addition to providing Green Berets and
Navy Seals to send on night raids into Pakistan. My own research into
the subject reveals something far more sinister than just the
intentional prolonging of the occupation of Afghanistan.


From the bid solicitations which are cited below, the US Army has big
plans for Central Asia, most of them are scheduled to take place after
the official Afghan withdrawal date of 2014. Ongoing military
construction contracts are proof of military intent. CENTCOM has just
awarded KBR
a contract for $3.8 billion for constructing unspecified new facilities
in an “area of responsibility” which encompasses the following
countries:


Afghanistan, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait,
Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria,
Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan and Yemen.


This contract (which is supplemented by the other contracts given
below) is something known as a MATOC contract (Multiple Award Task Order
Contract). To initiate this major omnibus contract, ninety-nine
security-cleared companies were solicited to participate in the contract
program, which is scheduled to continue until the year 2016. The
majority of these ninety-nine companies specialized in wartime
construction, but many of them had exotic specialties,
ranging from electronic prototype construction, to aerial drone
manufacturing and operations, to private security contractors
specializing in “irregular warfare.” There were even a couple of them dealing with “directed energy weaponry,” in addition to one image consultant.


From this list of approved, experienced contractors fourteen
construction contractors were selected to form a pool of ready bidders
to bid on each project as it reached approval stage. Somehow, since
the solicitation was announced, KBR has apparently eliminated the
competition, winning the whole construction contract. It was also
announced that five electronic contractors would form a bidding pool for
the component manufacturing, maintenance and operations of the
experimental prototype network. It may turn out, that the electronics
are handled like the building, SAIC
(Science Applications International Corporation) may have landed the
entire package. (It does seem strange that both contract winners have
been charged with wrongdoing on previous contracts.) SAIC has also
been awarded another separate contract which is a companion to this big
operation:


SAIC, Tetra Tech Joint Venture Gets Criminal Justice Program Support (CJPS) Contract


Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) (NYSE:SAI)
and Tetra Tech, Inc. (NASDAQ:TTEK) announced that their joint venture,
Integrated Justice Systems International, LLC (IJSI), has been awarded a
contract to render worldwide civilian police and criminal justice
assistance to the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of International
Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL). The total contract limit
for this multiple-award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ)
contract is worth $10 billion, consisting one base year and four option
years.


To compete for task orders to supply INL with program management,
criminal justice, and life and mission support to countries emerging
from conflict or otherwise facing instability challenges the
abovementioned joint venture was chosen.


IJSI shall render technical assistance, training, logistics and
infrastructure services to support the Department of State’s efforts to
strengthen criminal justice systems in select partner countries under
this new contract. IJSI is one of six teams that can compete for task
orders under the contract.


Chuck Zang, SAIC senior vice president and business unit general
manager explained that our joint venture renders the experience required
for successful international criminal justice training and worldwide
logistics. He added that SAIC has critical experience supporting the
U.S. government’s overseas law enforcement initiatives; including
antiterrorism training and technical assistance and that they expect to
support this important effort, and using their expertise to help ensure
stability and safety through professional criminal justice entities, and
training personnel to ensure modernization of their programs.


Washington’s New Foxy Plan To Sneak Into the Central Asian Hen House


“Counternarcotics officials in Washington have unveiled a plan to
help combat the flow of drugs from Afghanistan, through Central Asia,
and into Russia…The plan, still in draft form, is known as “The Central
Asian Counternarcotics Initiative” (CACI). It envisions the
establishment of counternarcotics task forces in the five Central Asian
countries — Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and
Uzbekistan — which would communicate with similar existing units in
Afghanistan and Russia…The seven groups would share sensitive
information, improve coordination on joint and cross-border operations,
and help build cases against wanted or arrested traffickers…for the
Russian Federation ‘it is a means by which they can link into the
efforts both in the source country, Afghanistan, and transit countries,
the Central Asian five, in a way that they currently cannot do.’”


According to other advertised contracts, whatever work is in the
pipeline for KBR, the operation will involve major investments in a
prototype experimental electronic network. The official government
website for the General Services Administration is soliciting contract
bids for work for the Quick Reaction and Battle Command Support Division
(QR&BCSD;), which does everything from surveillance, to Special
Forces missions, to conducting “irregular warfare,” to running aerial
drones.


ENGINEERING, INSTALLATION/INTEGRATION, TECHNOLOGY INSERTION AND LOGISTICAL SUPPORT TO THE QUICK REACTION & BATTLE COMMAND SUPPORT DIVISION (QR&BCSD;)


Solicitation Number: 4QDS21110084


Agency: General Services Administration

Office: Federal Acquisition Service (FAS)

Location: Assisted Acquisition Services Division (4QFA)


This contract is also for unspecified work in the following
countries, covering the same projected timeframe (contracts to be
completed by 2016):


Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Dubai, Egypt, Jordan, Kazakhstan,
Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Pakistan.


In narrowing the list down, we can rule-out the construction of these
new facilities in Afghanistan or Pakistan, since such assets are
already deployed there. Under a new plan unveiled Thursday, the Defense
Dept. said that it is preparing to treat cyberspace as another “operational domain.”
In this domain, China has been identified as America’s primary
“cyber-enemy.” That should shrink the list, ruling-out the Middle
Eastern, African and European countries, as the battlefield for any new
net-centric operations, leaving only “the Stans” as the planned
construction sites. Whatever the US military has planned for
Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, or Uzbekistan will
definitely be net-centric, in a big way. It is unlikely that the host
governments will be apprised of any special operations which are outside
the parameters of fighting narco-terrorism.


It is important at this point that we examine the “Quick Reaction
Forces,” so that we may understand how they will be used. We have
already summarized what they do (everything from surveillance, to
Special Forces missions, to running aerial drones), but we now need to
take a closer look at what those jobs entail, comparing that to the
specific technicians being sought for the jobs.


The government is soliciting private contractors with experience in combat zones,
to build a private electronics network to be used by US Special Forces
in the same Central Asian countries. Again, the work conditions and
terms given for these job listings matches the MATOC contract
solicitation.


Getting back to the Quick Reaction contract notice, there is a more detailed pdf
included, which really fleshes-out exactly what is being sought. The
following national organizations will be connected with the planned
tasks:


“The Afghanistan training efforts include the Border Mentoring
Task Force, DEA SCIF, Counter Narcotics Academy and the Border Services
Communications training. Other programs requiring C4ISR training include
the Kyrgyzstan Information Sharing Communications System, Turkmenistan
State Border Service Communications, and Tajikistan Intra-Agency
Communications System Training.”


The purpose of these secret and semi-secret operations will be to
establish American military dominance over the energy-laden CIS states.
Contrary to popular opinion, these dangerous covert measures are not
necessarily just to enable American oil companies to “steal the oil,”
but are more likely intended to simply give American blackmailers the
opportunity to assert similar control of the Asian oil and gas pipelines
which Russia has over European gas lines. American military
penetration of Central Asia will give US leaders the power to shut-down
China, as well as India and Pakistan, whenever the new pipelines become
operational. This military penetration is being hotly pursued on all
fronts.


As a first step to obtaining veto power over energy to China, the US
Army is creating for SOCOM the first “big network” of sensors and
communication media (net-centric combat system), tied directly into the
Global Information Grid (GIG).



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This is what “full-spectrum dominance” (the battlefield of the
future) looks like. This is not speculation; it is a fact, taken
directly from the General Services website.


The following job descriptions are copied from the Quick Reaction pdf:


Performance Work Statement (PWS) summarizes the jobs that this private network will perform for SOCOM:


engineering, integration, technology insertion, installation, testing, logistical,


material acquisition and other support activities as required in support of a variety of


C4ISR technology insertion and support projects.


Research and Development


• Technology Insertion, Systems Integration


• Engineering and Technical Documentation Support


• Software/Hardware Engineering


• Systems Engineering Support


• Engineering Contingencies


• Test and Evaluation


• Logistics Support


• Business Operations Support


Provide In-Country C4ISR experts to station/deploy into USCENTCOM and


other countries to perform C4ISR and Counter Narcotics communication


systems quality assurance tasks, witness testing, and assist in training


events., NIU firing and training range management, and provide


liaison/coordination between customer nations, embassies and C2D. The


C2D Counter Narcotics Program Coordinators shall report back to CENTCOM


HQ,


C4ISR stands for Command, Control, Communication, Computers,
Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance. MASINT is “measurement
and signals intelligence” obtained from air-dropped or ground-placed
sensors, which measure and report movement on the ground or in the sky
to the Special Forces network.


Early air-dropped prototypes


Ground sensors


Or, perhaps something more exotic, like this Israeli rock version.



Under cover of joint operations with host governments, pursuing
narco-terrorists, or interdicting drugs or arms traffickers, American
air support will be secretly mapping terrain and acquiring GPS
coordinates, as they air-drop MASINT sensors across the countryside.


US-contracted construction companies will erect permanent border
control and other security facilities. These facilities will be in
addition to Special Forces training centers, like the one in Tokmok, Kyrgyzstan, and the new one being built in Qaratogh, Tajikistan.
Both of these facilities will belong to the host governments, but they
will also be providing space for US technicians to occupy, as they
monitor and coordinate efforts within the country, bringing those
governments in line with the the other six national groups participating
in the CACI initiative.


Into these fledgling counter-terror/counter-narcotics networks,
American and British Special Forces trainers will be inserted, serving
as instructors in the new state-of-the-art centers. From these
operational centers, “training missions” will be dispatched into the
surrounding hills, facilitating the emplacement of ground-installed
sensors, some of which have a battery life of six months or more.


In Central Asia, we will be hunting the IMU terrorists (Islamic
Movement of Uzbekistan is the new “al-Qaeda”), as the means to
permanently entrench American power in the region. The claim that
“targets have been identified” from the alleged bin Laden raid is a
complete fabrication, since the new enemies (those who are willing to
take-up arms against American occupiers) have not as yet been
identified. Whenever the time for killing begins, the victims will all
be identified as “militants” by the complicit Western media, after they
demonstrate their willingness to take-up arms and resist the encroaching
Empire. For now, they remain simple folks facing a low-level invasion,
who have not yet made the conscious personal decisions to resist. This
is the real nature of a war against terrorism, it is based on an
erroneous definition of “terrorism.” Civilians who resist invasion are
classified as “terrorists.” Identifying them for later elimination is a
primary objective of the opening (“tickling”) phase of the war.


The wars in Afghanistan and Pakistan have both been co-opted to this
greater mission, allowing both wars to fester and stalemate until the
new, greater war in Central Asia could be brought online. By “online,” I
mean that preliminary groundwork could be laid, even as the
destabilization programs were being guided to fruition. From the Tajik
civil war, to the early colored revolutions and riots which have been
engineered on the former Soviet real estate, to the more recent
upheavals in Kyrghzstan and in China’s western regions. Social
tensions in the region have been slowly percolated to the current
boiling point, closely approximating the conditions arranged for the
“Arab spring” movements. Destabilization is the primary weapon in
“limited warfare” doctrine.


Afghan drugs have also served as another primary weapon in the
CIA/Pentagon psywar destabilization program, their movement across
borders and their corrupting influence have laid the foundations for
joint counter-terrorism and counter-narcotics efforts from Afghanistan
to Russia and beyond, anywhere that American-enabled opioids flow. In
order to fight all the problems associated with these drugs and other
fallout of America’s failed Afghan war plan, partnerships have been
formed with US and NATO forces, making these governments all partners in
plans for their own destruction and servitude. As a direct result of
these partnerships, the doors have flung wide-open for a full-scale US
military penetration of all of the “Stans,” and that planned penetration
is getting underway.


In a strange twist of dictatorships striving to save their fledgling
democracies from an Imperial penetration and net-centric psywar
operations, governments which have found themselves under attack, have
been turning to censorship of the Internet, as a last line of defense.
In the past twenty-four hours three major Central Asian news websites
have been taken-down by unknown entities in major cyber-attacks (Chronicles of Turkmenistan, NewsCentralAsia and Avesta.Tj).


In a mystifying arrogance that leaves decent folks grasping for the
proper words to describe what we are witnessing, the American
administration has revealed to the world that it has some unwritten
right to take actions meant to undermine any government that tries to
protect itself against the intensive, organized assault.


The United States is funding
the development of new technologies to circumvent unwanted controls,
sponsoring training programs for Internet activists, and launching
diplomatic initiatives to build “a global coalition of governments
committed to advancing Internet freedom.”



The New York Times reports
that the US State Department will have spent upwards of $70 million on
“shadow networks” which would allow protesters to communicate even if
powers that be pull the traditional plug — so far, it’s spent at least
$50 million on a independent cell phone network for Afghanistan, and
given a $2 million grant to members of the New America Foundation
creating the “internet in a suitcase” pictured above. It’s a batch of mesh networking equipment designed to be spirited into a country to set up a private network.”


It is the nature of psywar (psychological warfare) that each small
operation builds upon the previous operations, in a kind of inverted
pyramidal edifice, where all building blocks rest upon one original
faulty foundation stone. In the case of the global war on terror (GWOT), everything rests upon the American definition of the word “terrorism.”


In the grand psyop, war is perpetuated and sometimes escalated, but
it is never ended. In order to accomplish the perpetuation of persistent
warfare, American forces are never allowed to obtain anything
approximating ultimate victory. In the scheme labeled “asymmetric
warfare,” the impossible becomes an everyday occurrence. The flea is
portrayed as the equal to the wolf pack. Small, poorly armed militant
groups like the Taliban, somehow manage to hold-off and sometimes defeat
the world’s most powerful military, even with its overwhelming air
superiority. Even in mountainous terrain, where there are vast
distances between targets, the overaccommodating Western media paints a
misleading picture of militants who are armed with RPGs and AK-47s,
surviving against military forces which operate under the principle of
“full-spectrum dominance.”


Maintaining the illusion is the key to maintaining perpetual war.
The psywar is far more important than the real war. The war against
minds has more far-reaching effects than the war against the flesh.
With one bullet, or one-hundred bullets, you can kill one man (or
several), but with the right combination of words you can destroy or
disable the minds of hundreds, even thousands of men. This is the
reason why the US Army maintains 40 psychological warfare reserve units.
Even the most deadly arm of the American military, the Special Forces
divisions rely upon psyop battalions to prepare their battles for them.
Full-spectrum cyber-warfare brings every resource to bear upon making
the enemy think whatever you want them to think. In the case of the
global terror war, America’s real intentions are hidden behind a façade
of ineptitude and near-incompetence, while the most sophisticated
warfighting system ever dreamed-up by the minds of martial man have
concentrated on overcoming the minds of the world.


They do this by creating the contradictory impression that our
military is more concerned with perpetuating our enemies than in
defeating them. We fight against “militant Islamists,” even while our
every action is cued towards increasing the number of militants.
American policies of staging overwhelming punitive attacks upon our
adversaries, knowing that countless numbers of Muslim males will rush
forward in reaction, seeking vengeance for murdered family members,
increases the resistance, instead of decreasing it. A policy which
focuses upon provocation aims to drive the insurgencies. It is little
wonder that so many researchers draw the conclusion that the CIA and
military intelligence are behind the militant/terrorist groups, if not
in actual deeds, then in intentions. This “intelligence-driven war” is a
perpetual motion machine.


By driving the “Islamic” militant groups, wherever policy-makers wish
to go, the doors are opened wide to US and NATO forces. The staged
mock “killing of bin Laden” has set the next stage in the grand Pentagon
psywar, a massive “manhunt” deep into Central Asia. World opinion is
now pre-primed to expect US Special Forces kill teams to pursue Osama’s
alleged associates wherever they can be spotted in CENTCOM’s area of
operations.


The “killing of bin Laden” scam is being augmented by further US
government machinations, which are centered around circumstances arising
from the “failing” Afghan war–drugs and gun-running, narco-terrorism,
regional instability. Under the pretense of assisting local governments
deal with this Afghan-related chaos (through American and NATO support
in improving national technological capabilities, especially in
tightening border security), inroads are made into each of the targeted
states military and police forces, justifying intensive penetration of
the countryside under peaceful “aid” programs.


The American construction of massive bases in foreign countries
(often against the will of the host governments) is one of those
“national security” issues that our “free press” normally chooses to
avoid. Despite claims that media in Western democracies are free to
report on whatever they want, the corporate-owned press chooses to avoid
stories of outright government duplicity, such as the contradictions
inherent in the base construction issue. America is not so generous
that it builds multi- million military bases with the intention to
simply give them away as soon as they are completed. The tracks which
have been left, confirm to us all, that the Afghan war is not slated to
end in 2014, it is instead, going to be shifted into interior Central
Asia. There is not yet any reason for world opinion to accept that
major shifting of forces, but reasons (or at least excuses) are being
created to shift those opinions, by means of the problems being
cooked-up in the boiling pot of Afghanistan and Pakistan.


While the world’s attention will remain riveted to potential military
actions in Pakistan and the Persian Gulf, the real war will erupt
elsewhere, seemingly out of nowhere.


chamberlinpeter@hotmail.com

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  • DeeB 2011/07/21 13:48:18
    DeeB
    +1
    I am just so shocked once again! Maybe if the damne people would wake the hell up and stop paying taxes they would not be able to proceed. Ever think of that people? Stop funding the takover of the world.
  • irish DeeB 2011/07/21 13:49:48
    irish
    +1
    and they tell us u.s. imperialism doesn't exist!LOL LOL
  • DeeB irish 2011/07/21 14:45:05
    DeeB
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    Oh please!
    laughing gif animated
  • irish DeeB 2011/07/21 14:49:20
    irish
    i know!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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