Posts Tagged ‘Non-Alighnment’

A LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Role of Israel in Russian-Georgian war

August 25, 2008

Monday, August 25, 2008

 

A LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Role of Israel in Russian-Georgian war

 

It should be an adage by now that wherever there is war in the world; Jews/Zionists/Israelis must be involved on one side or other or possibly on both sides.

 

The recent confrontation between Russia and Georgia, where Georgia a very small nation, with historical problems with its bigger neighbor, Russia, would not have taken place, without Georgia being instigated into initiating a unilateral aggressive action by moving forces in disputed territory and triggering a countermove by Russian counter-measure by attacking advancing Georgian armed forces. Israel comes into the picture as the main supplier of arms to Georgia and by providing the requisite political support from the captive US administration. The situation on the ground has become so serious that for the first time after the winding up of the Cold War, US and Russian forces are now within 15 minutes driving distance, confronting each other. All this the sole doing of the Jewish/Zionist/Israeli war machine, that is always in the forefront of creating  trouble in all corners of the world and benefiting from not only becoming the main suppliers of goods and services but the chief strategist and tacticians of the whole war scenarios.

 

Google has no less than 9934 articles as of this hour, listed on its site on the subject of ‘Israel’s role in Russia-Georgia war’.

 

It is pity that in India, our media is so engrossed in demonizing the Muslims as terrorists all over the country, some would say, all on behalf of US/Israel prodding, that they fail to inform their citizens, what they are bargaining for in going with the international war conspirators.

 

Indian government has used or one could say, misused its executive powers, without bothering to take its people into confidence, by opening up to the US and Israel, mainly in defence and intelligence contracts worth billions of dollars. Both the warmonger countries not only supply the hardware for warfare but gratuitously lay down the ground work to see that all such purchases are used too. The blood of our soldiers is of course, will be our main loss, besides colossal waste of our national wealth.

 

All our politicians who swore by their patriotic commitment to their country are blind to figure out, where the merchants of death and destruction are leading us to. India will pay heavily, if it does not keep the warmongers away from its shore. In the light of the recent Russia-Georgia confrontation, India should fall back on its Non-Alignment role in world politics, lest it may be drawn into the circle of violence, by its unadvised cozying up to the US, UK, Israel.

 

 

Ghulam Muhammed, Mumbai

ghulammuhammed3@gmail.com

www.ghulammuhammed.wordpress.com

 

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India as a Neutral Power

May 26, 2008

 

 

 

Monday, May 26, 2008

 

 

India as a Neutral Power

 

 

As this juncture of a virtual flux and realignment of different power sectors around the world in the dying days of Bush presidency, mainly caused by Bush acts of commission and omission, damaging his own country, its world power and grudging world acceptance of the US as the sole super power status, India is at the threshold of assuming a very crucial and positive role in world politics, especially when matters focus around ‘foreign interventions in the internal affairs’ of troubled nations. India’s credentials as a big country, when compared to US, UK, NATO, UN’s present low ratings in world acceptability as honest brokers in areas of world conflicts, opens for India an important window to dug deep into its own peace ethos and use the trust of smaller countries around the world, to help in maintaining world peace.

 

 

 

It is heartening, that even without Indian leadership’s any conscious overt or covert attempt to take up such a role of an honest broker or unbiased mediator, India’s name is cropping up at various junctures, as a country worthy of trust and goodwill.

 

Indian leadership should take this natural phenomenon with humility and dedication and built on it to carve for India a role that is the most anguished cry of the beleaguered world.

 

 

 

 

Ghulam Muhammed, Mumbai

ghulammuhammed3@gmail.com

www.ghulammuhammed.wordpress.com