The Government of Balochistan in Exile

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Balochistan: A Catalyst for Global Change

As soon as the dust settles after Balochistan is liberated, we’ll find out about who are going to be the winners and losers of this upheaval. We’ll also know if the world has turned into a safer place or it’s converted into a perpetual war zone.

Cartographers everywhere will return to their drawing boards and make necessary changes to the world map. Computer programmers will rewrite code to update their software. Foreign offices in every country will train their diplomats to deal with the new reality. Historians will publish new editions of their work. And, the list can go on for what needs to be done to show that Balochistan along with numerous new countries have blossomed and become the newest members of the United Nations.

United States, European Union and Israel are very much concerned about containing Iran’s nuclear ambitions. Thanks to Pakistan’s Ministry of Defense (MOD), Dr. A.Q. Khan transferred nuclear technology to both Iran and North Korea, and perhaps sold a few a-bombs to others. So, it’s not only Iran that is a menace, Pakistan is the real culprit in this blatant violation of nuclear non-proliferation ideals.

US diplomats who lived in Islamabad’s ritzy E-7 Sector (facing Margalla Hills) knew very well that Khan’s residence was guarded by Military Police round the clock, and men in uniform from MOD were regular visitors to his mansion for years. It was much later that he admitted to have transferred nuclear technology to Iran, Libya and North Korea.

Khan’s Dutch speaking, South African wife, Henny (she holds a British passport) regularly held tea parties for foreign ladies at her house. This was the only way for American intelligence agencies to enter into Khan’s house and plant sophisticated listening devices. Tapes of conversation in Khan’s house are proof that he is just an escape-goat who is taking the fall to cover-up the involvement of the Pakistani government in nuclear proliferation. So, it’s very clear that Pakistan must be wiped off the world map along with Iran.

In order to dismantle Iran and Pakistan’s nuclear capabilities, an attack from a foreign country will result in a nuclear attack on India and Israel. Therefore, it is wise to implode these rogue countries from within, and later send outside forces to disarm the a-bombs of both Iran and Pakistan.

The Baloch and the Kurds (considered distant cousins of each other) are ideally positioned to do the task of destabilizing Iran and Pakistan. Kurds have already gained partial autonomy in Iraq, but the rest of their territory is still occupied by Iran and Turkey. The present civil war like situation in Iraq is going to result in an independent (oil-rich) Kurdistan on the Iraqi side. Turkey, on insistence of the US government, will offer to assist the Kurds to start an insurgency in western Iran. In return, the Turks want the Kurds to vacate or end the insurgency within the Turkish occupied Kurdistan.

On Iran's eastern border, the Baloch are already stirring trouble for the Iranians. US Special Forces in Afghanistan are training Baloch insurgents to destablize Iran. It's a fact that new recurits of the Special Forces, who are still stationed in the US, are presently being trained to speak Balochi!

Moreover, the Baloch on Pakistan’s western border have embarked in a fierce battle with the Pakistani forces. This time, it’s not just followers of the major tribal Sardars (chieftains) who are fighting for autonomy, but the Baloch middle-class has joined this “War of Independence”.

Pakistan is using air power to subdue the Baloch forces. Without air support, Pakistan’s ground forces are like sitting ducks against the fierce Baloch warriors in the battlefield of Balochistan. It’s vital for the Baloch to use political means to level the playing field.

Government of Balochistan in Exile and notable Baloch leaders like Dr. Wahid Baloch, Dr. Malek Towghi, and numerous others are working hard to bring awareness to the global community about the human rights violations committed by the Pakistani armed forces against non-combatant Baloch men, women and children. This grass-root movement should convince the US Congress and EU to create a “No-fly Zone” over Balochistan, similar to what was offered to the Kurds in Saddam-ruled Iraq after the first Gulf War.

The US forces have leased three air bases within Pakistan, namely Dalbandin, Jacobabad, and Pasni, and numerous others in the region. Pakistan Air Force is no match against the US and Allied Forces. Once the No-fly Zone is demarcated and enforced, the Pakistanis won’t even have the courage to fly a kite in the Zone. This is going to be a decisive moment in Baloch history as victory against Pakistan's ground forces will be within reach.

As soon as Pakistan crumbles, Iran is next in line. The Baloch forces can then move west to capture the Baloch territory of Iran, and simultaneously, the Kurds will move east and liberate the Iranian occupied Kurdistan. During this period, US and Allied forces can aid the Balochis and the Kurds to dismantle the nuclear arms in Iran and Pakistan.

Although western media refers to Pakistan as an “US ally Against Terrorism”, it’s evident that Pakistan is in bed with Al-Qaeda and with the remnants of Taleban to destabilize Afghanistan. Kashmiri Jehadists are being trained in Pakistani military camps to create terror in India, the world’s largest democracy. Pakistan has warned India of a “first-strike” nuclear attack if there is any threat of war between the two countries. India is currently in a stalemate with Pakistan.

On the other hand, Iran is defiant towards the United Nation’s Security Council to end its nuclear arms program. They are instigating chaos in Iraq to frustrate the American forces that are trying to rebuild Iraq and bring democracy to that country. And, it’s a known fact that the Hamas-controlled Palestine is receiving full support from Iran to create trouble inside Israel.

With the help of the Baloch and Kurds, US and Allied Forces can neutralize both Iran and Pakistan in a short period. The residual effect of this action will contain the terrorist activities of Al-Qaeda and other similar organizations in the world. The outcome of this “World War III” is going to bring stability, peace and prosperity in Afghanistan, India and Israel in particular, and the rest of the world in general.

Once the war is over, the Kurds will be in control of their newly formed country of Kurdistan from Iranian and Iraqi occupied areas. With the Americans as mediators, the Kurds will amicably negotiate a land deal with Turkey and resolve any matters relating to Turkish controlled Kurd areas.

Iran will be called Persia and will consist of areas that are populated by Persians. On Iran’s eastern Border, the newly independent state of Balochistan will emerge as a regional economic powerhouse. With the help of the Americans, both Afghanistan and Balochistan will decide on how to demark their borders and exchange Pashtun populated areas in Balochistan with Baloch populated areas in Afghanistan. The Seraiki region in Punjab comprises of a large population of Baloch, who will naturally want to join Balochistan.

Pashtuns of NWFP will dissolve the artificially drawn Durand Line, and join their brethrens in Afghanistan.

Chitral, Dir, Gilgit, Kashmir and Swat will form a federation of princely states similar in fashion as the United Arab Emirates. With the blessings of Prince Karim Agha Khan, this region will experience an economic boom and start to look like Switzerland.

Sind’s aspirations to become Sindhu Desh will become a reality. Resource-rich Sind already has a strong economic base and ample qualified people to manage its affairs. Once the trade routes open between Balochistan and India, it will create enormous economic opportunities for Sind.

Punjab will be the biggest loser in the rearrangement on ethnic lines of territories presently controlled by Pakistan. With its large population and being a land-locked country, it will experience an economic crisis. Punjab will try to rebuild its military and then blackmail both Balochistan and Sind with politicizing its water rights. It’s important that international treaties should be signed to guarantee water accessibility to Balochistan and Sind. Furthermore, Punjab should not be allowed to rebuild it’s military as it will have a tendency to create unrest in the region again.

With the collapse of nuclear-armed Iran and Pakistan, the world will be a much safer place for everyone, especially for Afghanistan, India and Israel. The losers of this World War III will be Al-Qaeda, Persians, Punjabis, and the Taleban. Therefore, Afghanistan, EU, India, Israel, Turkey, and the US must unite and help liberate Balochistan and Kurdistan.

Mir Azaad Khan Baloch
General Secretary

Desk of The Government of Balochistan in Exile
The World Baloch Jewish Alliance Building
PO Box 5631

Jerusalem, 91000


  • Sir,

    I could not hold breath for a while. It was gripping and look practical.

    All the best,

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Thursday, April 27, 2006  

  • Hello,

    Thank you for your comment. It is one of the most logical solution to bring peace in the world. Iran and Pakistan have kept the region unstable for a long time, and now it's time we end their party. Enough is enough!

    The global community has realized that they have to take action soon, otherwise things can get worse than what happened in the US on September 11, 2001.

    Never again should we let terrorists dictate to the world what to do.

    Mir Azaad Khan Baloch
    General Secretary
    The Government of Balochistan in Exile

    By Blogger Govt. of Balochistan, at Thursday, April 27, 2006  

  • Sir,

    You are right. Pakistan's name was mentioned in 9/11 Commission Report in the US for more than 200 times (I heard that they influenced the US to reduce many more mentions). Manpower came from the Middle East but the brain power, organisational power flowed from Pakistan (may be money as well). There would would be change, yes you are right. As UAE is emulated now as an example, many countries in the Asian region would take a leaf out of Balochistan example in future.

    Good Luck.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Thursday, April 27, 2006  

  • This is a great step in the right direction you have taken and we are very proud of you. You are not alone but we all are with you in this struggle. Zindag Batey!!!
    Balochistan Sabz Baath.

    Dell Gosh Baloch

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Friday, April 28, 2006  

  • Hello,

    The noose around Pakistan’s neck is getting tighter. The global powers now have a much better idea of Pakistan’s role in terrorism. They have realized that Al-Qaeda and the Talebans are Pakistan’s golden goose. During President Bush’s visit to Afghanistan, India and Pakistan, the Afghans and Indians briefed him about Pakistan aiding and abetting terrorism in the region. No wonder Bush was so annoyed with General Pervez Musharraf.


    Mir Azaad Khan Baloch
    General Secretary
    The Government of Balochistan

    By Blogger Govt. of Balochistan, at Friday, April 28, 2006  

  • Salaam Waja Dell Gosh Baloch Jan,

    Thank you for your encouragement and support. We should not rest until we achieve our dream of freedom for the Baloch in an independent Balochistan.

    Shuma Hum Zindag Batey!!!

    Mir Azaad Khan Baloch
    General Secretary
    The Government of Balochistan in Exile

    By Blogger Govt. of Balochistan, at Friday, April 28, 2006  

  • Namastey from India , Mir.

    How are you . nice blog. was shown your blog from saag.or by nagesh bushan. glad to see a jew also in baloch. i also think this is right time to re unite balochistan from pak and iran. keep posting daily developments.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Saturday, April 29, 2006  

  • Namastey to India,

    Thank you for your encouraging comments. It was nice of Nagesh Bushan to refer you to our Blog.

    Yes, you are absolutely correct that it’s the right time to unite the east and west Balochistan. Hopefully, with the help of our Indian and Jewish brothers, we should achieve our dream of an independent Balochistan.

    Mir Azaad Khan Baloch
    General Secretary
    The Government of Balochistan

    By Blogger Govt. of Balochistan, at Saturday, April 29, 2006  

  • Best of Luck to the Balochis in their freedom struggle for independence of their motherland.I know that with god's grace Balochistan would be created and the oppression will come to an end.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Saturday, June 24, 2006  

  • Dear friend of the Baloch,

    Thank you for your support and prayers for our freedom struggle to liberate Balochistan from the oppressive Persians and Punjabis.

    Mir Azaad Khan Baloch
    General Secretary
    The Government of Balochistan in Exile

    By Blogger Govt. of Balochistan, at Sunday, June 25, 2006  

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