Who Benefits from the Kabul Blast ?
Just days after US President Donald Trump declared Pakistan as the focal cause of US failure in Afghanistan, a blast hit Kabul, right in the vicinity of the US embassy. It does not come as a surprise as the blast will help the U.S. and its favoured ally India to put the blame yet again on Pakistan’s security agencies, as well as advocate Trump’s narrative of holding Pakistan responsible for all the chaos internationally.
Let’s shed some light on the elements that will benefit from the Kabul blast:
As the US President berated Pakistan for not doing “enough” in the “war against terrorism”, and hinted at air strikes within Pakistani territory to take out terrorist camps, thus the blast can be employed as a reason to strike Pakistan. This will further the impression that Pakistan’s nuclear assets are within reach of terrorist elements, therefore endangering the world peace, just like the US created a suitable environment before moving its forces into Iraq.
Then comes India whom Trump referred to as their new “strategic” partner in Afghanistan. India always uses Chanakya principles of lies and deception, and knows how to deceive opponents. Chanakya’s policy is to “kill your own people and blame it on your enemy”. From breeding and funding TTP and now ISIS, India’s NSA follows the Chanakya methodology. By carrying out terrorist activities, India is making every effort to retain its presence in Afghanistan with the intercession of the U.S.
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