The Inevitable Nuclear Holocaust (Revelation 8)


Impending nuclear holocaust

The Nation

After the formation of RSS in 1925, history witnessed its worst communal riots in indo-pak suncontinent, which was the time when Hindutva commenced to raise its vicious and venomous head that was adamant to exterminate minority Muslim community from the subcontinent.

Again after the formation of congress government at the center, hindutva practically demonstrated to accentuate their will on Muslims by denying them to practice their religion peacefully, ban on cow slaughter and prayers , propagation of banday matram , Hindi as a national language and students in institutions were forced to bow before idols, along with forceful conversion of Muslims to Hinduism. That era was known as the rise of Hindu Zionist era of India.

India is an ad-hoc Hindu country, though her constitution claimed that the country is a secular state which is just a false claim on a document.

When congress gained power, they saw that it is as an opportunity to avenge Muslims from their thousands year rule which was an outcome of their inferiority complex and could be gauged from the fact that after 1971 debacle, Indira Gandhi stated, ‘We have avenged Muslims thousand year rule’.
The Hindu Zionist dreamed of creating ‘Hindu rashtra’, greater India, which would stretch from Myanmar to Kabul.

They have a predisposition towards expansionist and hegemonic agenda. India is the third largest arms importer in the world with 53. 5 billion $ defense budget compared to Pakistan who has merely 7.6 billion $.

India is going to acquire C-130j super herculean Boeing c-17 globe master and Boeing p8 to enhance her surveillance and anti-submarine warfare capability.

These latest developments unequivocally exhibit that India is gearing for a two front war simultaneously against Pakistan and China.
The rabid Hindu mentality unknown of the implications is hell bent to shove the entire region towards apocalypse; recent change in India’s nuclear posture from “no first use” to “preemptive and proactive” is vehemently emanating connotations that India wants adventurism.
To be certain, any such stunt will instigate massive and excruciatingly retaliatory response from both Pakistan and China.

Indian navy has established listening stations in Mozambique strait, Seychelles, Maldives and Mauritius and deep offshore naval base in Andaman and Microbar Island and port Blair with some 15000 personnel and su32MKi fighter jets with a sole aim to advance their expansionist agenda to bring about predominance in the Indian Ocean as well as South Asian mainland.

There are at least ten active separatist movements in India; the seven states with these movements are Tripura, who are seeking separation from Union of India are Jammu & Kashmir, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Mizoram, Meghalaya and Nagaland.

The Indian Army has successfully crushed the secessionist movements in Punjab and Tripura.
Any terrorism related incidents in India could implicate Pakistan and would result in the whole region being pushed to the brink of war as we have seen in kargil war on 13 December 2001 parliament attacks and 26/11 Mumbai incident.

The nuclear deterrence of Pakistan is a wedge against the Hindu Zionist dream of “Greater Indiaand Pakistan will retain her second strike capability by amassing maximum strategic nuclear arsenals.
Pakistan has also changed her nuclear posture from credible minimum deterrence to full spectrum nuclear deterrence keeping in view Indian aggressive military procurement and will resort to tactical nuclear strikes against the advancing Indian independent battle groups (IBG’s).

With Modi at the helm of affairs, who is a Hindu Zionist and an extremist inspired by Rss ideology globally known as the butcher of Gujrat, the nuclear holocaust is haunting the region and is imminent.

Those who are still living in self-denial to this nuclear age and disregarding the fact that war could happen are living fools, whether they are in military or in civil establishment. We as a Nation are supposed to be ready 24/7 and be prepared for the worst.

ADNAN IQBAL,

Karachi, September 3.

The Sixth Seal Long Overdue (Rev 6)

ON THE MAP; Exploring the Fault Where the Next Big One May Be Waiting

By MARGO NASH

Published: March 25, 2001

Alexander Gates, a geology professor at Rutgers-Newark, is co-author of ”The Encyclopedia of Earthquakes and Volcanoes,” which will be published by Facts on File in July. He has been leading a four-year effort to remap an area known as the Sloatsburg Quadrangle, a 5-by-7-mile tract near Mahwah that crosses into New York State. The Ramapo Fault, which runs through it, was responsible for a big earthquake in 1884, and Dr. Gates warns that a recurrence is overdue. He recently talked about his findings.

Q. What have you found?

A. We’re basically looking at a lot more rock, and we’re looking at the fracturing and jointing in the bedrock and putting it on the maps. Any break in the rock is a fracture. If it has movement, then it’s a fault. There are a lot of faults that are offshoots of the Ramapo. Basically when there are faults, it means you had an earthquake that made it. So there was a lot of earthquake activity to produce these features. We are basically not in a period of earthquake activity along the Ramapo Fault now, but we can see that about six or seven times in history, about 250 million years ago, it had major earthquake activity. And because it’s such a fundamental zone of weakness, anytime anything happens, the Ramapo Fault goes.

Q. Where is the Ramapo Fault?

 A. The fault line is in western New Jersey and goes through a good chunk of the state, all the way down to Flemington. It goes right along where they put in the new 287. It continues northeast across the Hudson River right under the Indian Point power plant up into Westchester County. There are a lot of earthquakes rumbling around it every year, but not a big one for a while.

Q. Did you find anything that surprised you?

A. I found a lot of faults, splays that offshoot from the Ramapo that go 5 to 10 miles away from the fault. I have looked at the Ramapo Fault in other places too. I have seen splays 5 to 10 miles up into the Hudson Highlands. And you can see them right along the roadsides on 287. There’s been a lot of damage to those rocks, and obviously it was produced by fault activities. All of these faults have earthquake potential.

Q. Describe the 1884 earthquake.

A. It was in the northern part of the state near the Sloatsburg area. They didn’t have precise ways of describing the location then. There was lots of damage. Chimneys toppled over. But in 1884, it was a farming community, and there were not many people to be injured. Nobody appears to have written an account of the numbers who were injured.

Q. What lessons we can learn from previous earthquakes?

A. In 1960, the city of Agadir in Morocco had a 6.2 earthquake that killed 12,000 people, a third of the population, and injured a third more. I think it was because the city was unprepared.There had been an earthquake in the area 200 years before. But people discounted the possibility of a recurrence. Here in New Jersey, we should not make the same mistake. We should not forget that we had a 5.4 earthquake 117 years ago. The recurrence interval for an earthquake of that magnitude is every 50 years, and we are overdue. The Agadir was a 6.2, and a 5.4 to a 6.2 isn’t that big a jump.

Q. What are the dangers of a quake that size?

A. When you’re in a flat area in a wooden house it’s obviously not as dangerous, although it could cut off a gas line that could explode. There’s a real problem with infrastructure that is crumbling, like the bridges with crumbling cement. There’s a real danger we could wind up with our water supplies and electricity cut off if a sizable earthquake goes off. The best thing is to have regular upkeep and keep up new building codes. The new buildings will be O.K. But there is a sense of complacency.

MARGO NASH

Photo: Alexander Gates, a Rutgers geologist, is mapping a part of the Ramapo Fault, site of previous earthquakes. (John W. Wheeler for The New York Times)