Porkins Policy Radio ep. 22 Xinjiang, Azerbaijan and Gladio B with Christoph Germann

On today’s episode we spoke with independent analyst and researcher Christoph Germann.  Christoph runs the invaluable blog, The New Great Game, which deals with Central Asia, the Caucus region as well as regional powers.  We discuss the very troubling trend of knife and bomb attacks occurring in the Xinjiang region of China.  Christoph explains what is at stake for China as well as the western powers when it comes to this oil-rich geo-strategic region. We also explore the situation in Azerbaijan.  Christoph explains how CIA puppet Fethullah Gulen and his Islamic movement have entrenched themselves in the nation in much the same way as in Turkey.  We round off the conversation by discussing Gladio B and how Azerbaijan has been used as a base of operations for NATO and there roving band of mujahedin fighters, both in the 90’s and now in Syria.  Lots of information in this one, so please go to the show notes.

Download PPR episode 22

Show notes:

The New Great Game

Christoph Germann on BFP

Three Dead 79 Injured in Xinjiang railway station terrorist attack

Six injured in knife attack at Chinese train station

Russia, India planning $30 billion oil pipeline through Xinjiang

Gullen: Top issue in the agenda of Erdogan’s visit to Azerbaijan

Armenia and Azerbaijan share a Syria problem

Azerbaijan: Sumgayit becomes front of Syria bound jihadists

BFP Expose: Cia-Obama-George Soros coordinated misinformation campaign targets Russia

Why was a Sunday Times report on US government ties to al Qaeda chief spiked?

Music:

Paul Johnson – “Hear the music”

The Whispers – “And the beat goes on”

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