In our opinion, CPEC in its essence, is such an economic, political, military and strategic nexus of China and Punjab which will bring up very dangerous results for the entire region. China, with the help of Pakistan, intends to extend its economic political and military dominance over the Sindhi (Arabian) sea, rather, it intends to hold and supervise the entire international trade encompassing this oceanic trade route, which includes the trade of European, African and Arab world. It’s more a strategy of economic and military dominance of China in the name of economic development, which on one side she has adopted in South China Oceanic region and extending it from Kashgar to Gwadar on other side. Now China is adopting an aggressive strategy to work on the plan in South Asian region, which is too condemned internationally. We too consider it the disgusting defeat of Punjabi Imperialism, confessing the truth that her atomic arsenals and ruthless mighty military cannot save her from the revolutionary rage of Sindhi and Baloch political resistant freedom movements; that’s why we think that, to weaken the freedom movements of Sindh and Baluchistan and enslave our nations, Punjab wants to make China to be partner in the crime so that she may be able to attain more military and monetary power to hold her aggression over the lands and the seas of Sindh and Baluchistan. Punjab’s political military think tank and military establishment has realised the truth that it holds no more reliable resources and power to hold its colonies i.e. Sindh and Baluchistan, because their independence movements are rapidly gaining roots in their territories and international recognition. Thus Punjab, being a landlocked nation, who has become too weak in its political and military power to overcome the national freedom movements of the Sindhi and Baloch oppressed nations, needs not only the resources but lands and seas of the Sindh and Baluchistan because a country whose military and political might has collapsed and economy has worsened, making it a failed state has triggered its establishment (political and military think thank) to extend its hand towards China to attain more military and monetary power in the cover of FDI as monetary as well as military assistance to be able to hold its direct military occupation and aggression over oppressed nations through barbaric, fascist bloodshed and genocide. In this perspective Chinese political role is totally imperial and against the interests of the oppressed nations. It will be a great mistake and ill sightedness of Chinese economists that they are shipping their capital on such a cargo which is already drowning in the sea of extinction and which has to throw its arms in front of the political resistance of Sindhi and Baloch nations just like it did in Bengal (East Pakistan) in 1971 followed by a disgusting expulsion. What will happen of the Chinese capital then? And what will happen to its moral and national reputation by becoming the partner to crime of occupation and aggression with the fascist, theocratic state of Pakistan. Today or later Chinese economists and military strategists must have to think of it because from now on Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz (JSMM) is going to raise an affective voice against the Chinese plan of aggression and occupation over the lands and seas of the oppressed nations, on both regional political grounds as well as international diplomatic forums.
Prime function of CPEC is to import the bulk of crude substances from Arab, Central Asian and African countries which will pass through Arabian Sea and terrestrial logistic route of Gwadar and Karachi ports heading towards China through Kashgar. It’s to remember that Karachi is situated a 12 km away from the international European oceanic trade route; thus the Chinese backed Pakistani supervision of this route will obviously result in endless military as well as political confrontation by pushing India into an economic stress through armed interruption of the route by Pakistan. This confrontation will only end up in the devastation of Pakistan. Continue reading