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Sunday, August 16, 2009

Water conflict in the works between India and Pakistan

As reported by Laird, India’s north-western region, which is often noted as the country's breadbasket could suffer gravely due to groundwater depletion, paving way for further conflicts with its north-western neighbor, Pakistan. “The NASA study shows that aquifers in north-western India, bordering Pakistan, are being depleted at a much greater rate than they're being replenished…now a study published in the journal Nature has raised concern that the issue of water resources could make India's already-fraught relationship with Pakistan even worse” (Carly Laird, ABC News, AM). Water conflict in the works between India and Pakistan

In his classic 1920 book The Rising Tide of Color Against White World Supremacy, the American historian, political theorist and anti-immigration activist Theodore Lothrop Stoddard warned of the coming collapse of white civilization under a ‘swarm’ of 'colored' people. Whites had already been driven out of their ancestral homeland in the Caucasus. The land ‘which in the dawn of history was predominantly white man’s country, is today racially brown man’s land in which white blood survives only as vestigial traces of vanishing significance.’ And ‘If this portion of Asia, the former seat of mighty white empires and possibly the very homeland of the white race itself, should have so entirely changed its ethnic character’, Stoddard asked, ‘what assurance can the most impressive political panorama give us that the present world order may not swiftly and utterly pass away?’ Book "Reflections on the Revolution in Europe": Team Islam or Team Europe?

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