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The Xinjiang attacks-- a move on the Pakistan game board?

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Indeed, the growing military relationship between China and Pakistan doesn't seem to have been harmed by the attacks.

On August 10th, 2011 the Times of India reported that the Chinese and Pakistani militaries were holding joint war games barely 25 km from Pakistan's border with India.

From that article:

"An intelligence source said the PLA's engineering battalion along with Pakistani soldiers are on an exercise on how to take out tanks and other heavy military vehicles from marshy areas, and how to make way for the infantry by constructing bridges."...

..."The source also said that the Chinese battalion along with Pakistan forces are practicing formations and operations along Bikaner district of Rajasthan. One officer, who refused to identify himself since he is not authorized to speak, said the Chinese army along India's western border in Pakistan in the name of military exercise is "really surprising, and could prove strategically dangerous for India".

It seems both China and the United States are quietly trying to plant their feet deeper into Pakistan. In the case of China the attacks in Xinjiang have provided an excellent justification for doing so. Whether or not the massacres were false flag events may never be known, yet the pieces are still being moved on the game board just the same as a result.


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