‘The Himalayan region has been the target for resource plundering since the early 19th Century and especially after 1959 when the western imperialists ‘lost’ Tibet to China. The loss of Tibet was a major setback for the CIA and all former colonialists, especially the London banksters who had earlier bank rolled the East India Company. It was the banksters who bought off the Nepalese King to sign the humiliating Treaty of Sugauli , after the East India Company’s army had lost the Anglo-Nepalese War, forcing Nepal to cede 1/3rd of its most vital food growing territory.
Control over Asia requires control over the Himalayan region. Greater Himalayan region is spread across Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bhutan and China. Lesser Himalayan region stretches into the Northeast India and Burma. Parts of the Central Asian Republics merge with the Western Himalayas. The Himalayas are the most densely populated mountainous region on earth, home to around 40 million people of diverse ethnicity, speaking over a hundred different languages. All the Himalayan nations are now target for Balkanization a la Yugoslavia, sell-off of natural resources and location of permanent military bases.’