CIA WANTS TO PIT RUSSIA AGAINST IRAN; INDIA GIVES USA A BRONX CHEER
If the USA is to dominate the world, it must have its rivals at each other's throats.
So, the CIA does not want countries like Iran, Russia and India to be friends.
On 9 September 2010, a car bomb killed 17 people in a market, much used by Moslems, in Vladikavkaz, in North Ossetia, in Russia.
The bad guys want you to believe that this was the work of mad Moslems.
Russia's Major General Nikolay Simakov has spoken about terrorist training camps in Georgia, which is a friend of the CIA.
Simakov believes these terrorists are being sent into Russia. (Georgia hosts militant training bases – official)
On 16 September 2010, Russia T0day suggests that America's key objective is to pit Russia against Iran
Russian analyst Geydar Dzhemal has revealed to RT the possible hidden agenda behind recent terrorist attacks in the Caucasus.
In 2008, Georgia, a friend of the USA, launched a military attack against South Ossetia, in an attempt to conquer the territory.
Geydar Dzhemal believes that the USA is seeking another conflict in the region and that the goal is to pit Russia against Iran.
"America has gone to great lengths to put Russia at odds with Iran."
Reportedly some fake Moslem websites and forums are trying to turn young Muslims in Russia against Iran.
"Many of those websites are controlled by the West."
Meanwhile, "the Indian government is encouraging Indian companies to invest in the Iranian energy sector so that economic interests can underpin an India-Iran political realignment." (India develops a new axis with Iran and Russia )
On 13 September 2010, we read that India Unmasks America's Nuclear Liabilities:
"India's parliament last week gave the U.S. nuclear industry the legal equivalent of a Bronx cheer: It passed a law that denied American firms legal immunity from being sued in the event of a nuclear accident.
"Besides upsetting executives at General Electric and Westinghouse, the law's passage destroys one of the 2008 U.S.-Indian nuclear deal's key pitches—that it would energize the 'world's largest democracy' with up to $150 billion in U.S. reactor sales.
"The U.S. is up in arms, so to speak, because private American firms can't take on such risk—but their French, Russian and other state-backed competitors can. U.S. diplomats preparing for President Obama's planned November visit to New Delhi are lobbying their counterparts furiously to 'fix' the situation. It's unclear if they'll succeed."
However, reports in both the Russian and Chinese press speculate that when U.S. President Barack Obama visits India in November he "may secure $5 billion worth of arms sales," a deal that "would make the US replace Russia as India's biggest arms supplier" and "help India curb China's rise."
The USA hopes to sell India lots of weapons. (India: US Completes Global Military Structure)
Report: India to buy 139 military helicopters from Russia