Between BRICS, the adventure of creating a multilateralist force capable of countering the empire is far from over, even if the four years of Trump, marked by infinite actions aimed at bringing India and China face to face, have left their aftermath.
Indeed, there is a vector that could provoke a thaw and bring the two emerging giants closer together, even if it means giving substance to a new order. This strategic vector is called Iran, hence this new affair that has come straight out of the toolbox of the Empire, which is the Zionist regime.
Two days ago an explosive device exploded not far from the Zionist embassy in New Delhi, shortly after the Moody government announced in a goodwill gesture to Iran the release of 15 Iranian fishermen detained in India for illegal fishing but in reality to please Trump’s America.
The PM Moody, whose policy had undergone a 180-degree turn under Trump, had also renounced the purchase of Iranian oil, to invest in the mega Eurasian project of the port of Chabahar in southern Iran, there again for the beautiful eyes of Trump America and obviously to the detriment of his own interests. The cancellation of Kashmir’s autonomy and the mistreatment reserved for its Shiite population are also in the line of fire of these attempts to seduce pro Israel pro US India.
It was with sorrow that New Delhi learned in June 2020 that Iran had simply replaced it by the Middle Kingdom, which did not have to ask permission from anyone to come and invest in the largest gas field in the world, namely Pars Sud, or in the strategic port of Chabahar, in complementarity with its projects in Gwadar in Pakistan and to help develop the Iran-Afghanistan rail link. India swallowed them without batting an eyelid for fear of offending Trump. But the minute the color changed at the White House, Moody rushed to announce that he hopes to “resume buying Iranian oil”. For these years without Iranian oil have been far from easy for New Delhi.
The Print talks about it in a recent article where he talks about the impact of the anti-Iranian sanctions on India: “India’s economy has shrunk by 7.7 percent, in contrast to China’s, and Indians see the impact of a reduction in their sources of energy supply, which include Iran. Then this story of Chabahr that leu remained through the throat. This strategic hut which they wanted to erect as a rival to Gwadar but which they were forced to abandon and which China recovered. The economic and geopolitical capacities of Iran and India are such that the economies of the two countries in the areas of transit, energy and trade potentially complement each other. Connecting Shabahar to Afghanistan will help both India secure a trade route to Kabul and help Afghanistan diversify its external trade links.
Uzbekistan’s recent accession to the talks on the development of the port of Shabahar and the news that Kazakhstan has also announced its willingness to join the project have doubled the strategic importance of Shabahar. In fact, this “Iranian” route will not only be a link between India and Afghanistan, but also a secure and stable link between India and all Central Asian countries. This is a vision that experts have been predicting for a long time. From this point of view, it can be said that today Chabahar is no longer just Chabahar; it is rather a gateway to economic, commercial and geopolitical cooperation at the regional level. Through Shabahar and with the completion of the South-North trade corridor, Iran would pull India out of its geographical isolation and connect it to the Caucasus, Russia and, of course, to the Eurasian economic space”. And The Print added: India now intends to play the role of mediator and convince the United States to lift sanctions against Iran. This is in its interests as an emerging economic giant.
And it was in much the same atmosphere that a parcel bomb exploded on Friday in New Delhi near the Israeli embassy, where a pro-Israel newspaper like India Today said: “‘A letter mentioning the name of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani and nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was found at the site of the explosion near the Israeli embassy in New Delhi.
by Basit Abbasi – CCTV