JACK POSOBIEC: Pakistani militant group bombed by Iran was 'backed by CIA'

In Thursday's episode of Human Events Daily, Jack Posobiec broke down the history behind the exchanged strikes between Pakistan and Iran this week, in an effort to attack a militant group that he revealed is "backed by the CIA."

Pakistan's air force launched a series of retaliatory airstrikes in Iran's Siestan-o-Baluchistan province Thursday morning in response to Iran's bombing of the Southwestern Pakistani province of Baluchistan on Tuesday. Both accused the other of harboring the "Sarmachar" Baruch militant group.

This group is, Posobiec explains, "a separatist group in Iran" which also has "training centers in Pakistan."

The "Taliban also began out of training centers in Pakistan, in this sort of lawless, borderless, militia region on the borders of Iran and Pakistan," he said. 

He explored why a rogue separatist group would want to "destabilize the government of Iran," before revealing that, according to ABC, "the group was backed by US intelligence services all the way back in 2007, and Seymour Hersh reported that the George W. Bush administration, specifically Dick Cheney, gave the same group over $400 million back in 2008."

This is significant, Posobiec explained, because the Strait of Hormuz, which is the "bottleneck for the world's oil supply from the entire Gulf region" is right next to Pakistan and Iran. The oil "all flows through the Strait of Hormuz."

These attacks are taking place directly next to it.

Another key player in the area is the "One Belt, One Road network" along the Pakistan coast and right next to Iran.

"That's where China has been building a massive port where they hope to be able to have One Belt One Road and then even an entire highway and rail system up through Pakistan" into Xinjiang which "connects directly with Pakistan," Posobiec said, adding that "Xinjiang [is] where all the Uyghurs are."

"I'll tell you right now who's destabilizing this area," he concluded. "Western intelligence services." 


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