Stabilization of South Asia

Jihadist instability in Afghanistan and Pakistan is fueled by the ex-British Durand line as dividing Afghanistan and Pakistan despite the fact that the Pakistani part of Pashtunistan has never been under Pakistani government control. Pashtun tribes are primarily loyal to their own subethnic units as well as to the Pashtun people at large and so the continued irrational bisection of Pashtunistan by means of the colonial Durrand line is the main social factor fueling Jihadist influence in Pashtun society on both sides of the international border as the Taleban cynically exploit Pashtun subethnic/ethnic loyalties.

“The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated” Mahatma Gandhi. (African Elephant persons in the photo above.)

The solution is simply to merge Afghanistan and Pakistan into a confederation of linguistic states as that will also give rise to a united Pashtunistan as ruled by the people, of the people and for the people. Afghanistan in being a failed state will benefit much from merger with Pakistan in Pakistan’s highly professional military crucially having the ability to help stabilize Afghanistan. YPJ-style feminist military forces as currently trained on US military bases in Afghanistan are however crucial to the stabilization of Afghanistan and the instituting of law and order on the basis of feminism and Pashtunwali in both parts of Pashtunistan.

Afghani and Pakistani leaders need work together in crushing Jihadism in both countries and are particularly well advised to cooperate closely with Indian intelligence with its considerable experience and highly successful track record in counter-insurgency warfare. India as a federation with numerous linguistic states which were founded during the second part of the 20th century pioneered democratic borders and linguistic statehood and that success story surely needs be emulated not only by a merged Afghanistan-Pakistan but indeed by the international community at large. It is astounding how Indian democracy has survived so many extreme domestic social challenges and India should thus very much be commended and recognized as a successful social model for the merged Afghanistan-Pakistan. This is obviously also completely relevant to drawing new democratic borders in the Pamir region as well.

Antiquated irrational borders of historical coincidence are along with totalitarian movements the major cause of war. Totalitarianism in every form and shape must be politically and militarily defeated in compliance with values of democracy and the laws of war. Borders of geographic contiguity need become as far as possible determined by local consensual democratic consent of concerned local geographic communities including villages, towns, neighborhoods and cities.

South Asian leaders need recognize that the anti-democratic and irrational perpetuation of colonial borders and the scourge of the totalitarianism are indeed the two main sources of instability in South Asia. India has indeed a tremendous stake in aiding in the stabilization of Pashtunistan and exporting India’s successful model of linguistic statehood and democratic borders to its neighbors and indeed to the world at large. India is a beacon of freedom and liberty although universal emancipation is needed there as everywhere else including the emancipation of non-human persons and LGBTQI persons in India. India’s democracy is so successful in precisely selectively anchoring its democratic values in profound ethical insights of India’s diverse ethno-religious landscape and rich cultural heritage. In order for democracy to succeed must it precisely become anchored in traditional systems of signification and traditional social units just as democracy in Europe became anchored in religion, ethnicity and monarchy.

India can thus very much aid a merged Afghanistan/Pakistan in anchoring democracy in the rich heritage of its peoples, including embracing profound democratic insights of Pashtunwali, i.e. Pashtun Median Judaism. The system of tribal rule in both parts of Pashtunistan needs become the basis for its democratization in that its democratization needs become anchored in Pashtunwali and so the geographic system of tribal rule needs become the basis of the new administrative map of Pashtunistan in learning from the advanced yet highly responsible processes of democratization in Somaliland and Rojava respectively.

The Hazara people suffers horrible racial discrimination and structural oppression in Pakistan but also so in Afghanistan. The Hazara people was named for Canaanite Asherah (Sumerian Inanna, namely the transgender so called “god of Israel”) and the tribe of Asher when Median Judaism was established there during Median rule. After local peoples syncretically embraced Median Judaism were local Pashtun subethnic units initiated into the different Israelite tribes who founded Media. Sumerian Levites were already long since established in Pashtunistan and the Hazara people was thus named after the tribe of Asher in honoring Asherah/Inanna, the deity of both the Southern Jurisdiction of Judah and the Northern Jurisdiction of Israel.

Democratic borders as mainly expressed through linguistic statehood is a main antidote to the Jihadist instability in South Asia, including Jihadist terrorism in Afghanistan, India and Pakistan. We need also be perfectly frank, clear and candid about the fact that virtually all Islamism in South Asia is organized, funded and disseminated by Pakistan’s Jihadist ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence) which promotes every form of Sunni Islamism/Jihadism in South Asia. The ISI is an affiliate of the long Riyadh-based Salafi Intelligence (SI) which is now based in Ankara. We need also recognize that the Pakistani military is a major force for stability and democratization in having for decades already been in a state of permanent domestic intelligence war with ISI which seeks turn South Asia into ISIL and so ISI needs become defeated, crushed and eliminated indeed.

India has several high-IQ Crypto-Jewish minorities (Parsis, Kerala Christians, Jains and Brahmins) which as India’s small rabbinically Jewish community have contributed immensely to India’s success story as a liberal democracy, a beacon of freedom and ultimately becoming an economic success story. Brahmins (“Abrahamites”) in being Sumerian Levites (along with Sayyids and Alevis) are patrilineally genetically descended from Sumer (in terms of their Y-chromosomal haplogroups) with matrilineal lines (in terms of their mitochondrial DNA) being primarily of South Asian genetic origins as Sumerian priests married non-Brahmin females as indeed is still practiced by Brahmin males in Brahmin religious ceremonies. The Bnei Menashe para-Jewish community in northeast India have until this day kept the memory of the Mizo-Kuki-Chin ethnic units having symbolically joined the Israelite tribe of Menashe, one of the founding Israelite tribes of Media.

Traditional religion is an important aspect of traditional cultures and we need all cherish cultural heritage by merging the best of past, present and future, including returning existing religious traditions worldwide to their Sumerian gynocentric roots by means of worldwide feminist social revolution of multicultural polymorphous feminism in combining traditional heritage with feminist Sumerian-revived ritual sex indeed.