Mark Dankof for Press TV: The Khan Assassination in Pakistan in 1951 and The Implications
Mark Dankof commented on the Khan Assassination in Pakistan in 1951 and the release of the American State Department documents which reveal the involvement of the CIA and Harry Truman in the killing:
Dankof: “The Press TV story, citing released American State Department documents, confirms the role of Truman and the CIA in the assassination of PM Khan in Pakistan in 1951, just as the released CIA-MI6 documents on the coup against Mossadegh in Iran in 1953, confirm the details of “Operation Ajax” authorized by Eisenhower and carried out by Kermit Roosevelt.
“All of this is a part of the conduct of the foreign policy of the American Empire in the 20th and 21st centuries, which is nothing more than the continuation of the foreign policy of its predecessor, the British Empire, a foreign policy driven by the House of Rothschild financial and banking dynasty. In the case of the United States, every move made in the foreign policy arena since the establishment of the Federal Reserve Board in 1913 is driven by the following considerations: 1) The Balfour Declaration; 2) the Sikes-Picot Treaty; 3) the 1944 Bretton Woods financial conference which replaced the British pound sterling with the American dollar as the reserve currency of the world; 4) the Nixon-Kissinger agreement with Saudi Arabia in August of 1971 that the continuation of the American dollar as the reserve currency of the globe would peg that dollar to all international oil transactions instead of the gold standard agreed to at Bretton Woods; 5) the establishment of a world central banking system under the aegis of the Bretton Woods system and such entities as the Federal Reserve Board, the World Bank, the IMF, the Import-Export Bank, et. al.; and 6) the employment of the American military, the CIA, NATO, and the like to insure cheap access to the raw materials of countries through the world, especially in the Middle East, the Indian subcontinent, and Africa. No methodology is deemed too evil to employ in the ongoing development of this world system, including assassination, coup d’etat, economic and cultural subversion, and overt employment of military force. This is the context in which we should understand the Khan assassination among many others, including the murder of John Kennedy in this country in November of 1963. Central Banking, Zionism, the Petrodollar, and the looting of raw materials throughout the globe are always the culprits in this scenario, as they are at present in the coup d’etat facilitated by the American, European, and Israeli elites in the Ukraine in February of 2014, and the continued reckless encirclement of Putin’s Russia by NATO and its military assets.
“This leads us finally, to the consideration of Harry Truman himself. The late Father of the Strategic Air Command (SAC), General Curtis LeMay, confirmed for history that the atomic bombings of Japan had nothing to do with the surrender of that country to end World War II. Truman dropped those weapons to send the Soviet Union a message about American power in the Pacific and throughout the world, and our willingness to employ the atomic monopoly whenever necessary to secure that power. What does this say about Truman? That essentially the same man who ordered these horrific war crimes could and did easily approve the assassination of Khan in Pakistan in 1951, as his modern counterparts of the last 15 years continue to commit crimes for the usual agenda, while wrapping that agenda in the public spin of ‘democracy.'”
The Press TV link is here.