shiv wrote:I suggest the name
"Pakistan (TSP): Military-Terror nexus - news and discussion"
Nexus just means there is a connection between the military and terror(-ists). It however does not necessarily imply they are one and the same!"Pakistan (TSP): Terrorist Army Qaeda - news and discussion"
Qaeda means Base in Arabic and "Al Qaeda" is today one of the world's best known expressions! So it reads as "Pakistan: Terrorist Army Base" or "Pakistan: Terrorist Army HQ".
- It claims that Pakistan's main feature is that it is run by the Army.
- It claims that Pakistan Army itself is a Terrorist Army
- It hints that the real Al Qaeda is actually the Pakistani Army
- It hints that Pakistan is Al Qaeda's actual base, and not say Afghanistan.
Basically it says to the Americans, that if you are looking to hunt for Al Qaeda go to Pakistan, but you can't use the Pakistani Army for the purpose, as they themselves are terrorists and in cohorts with Al Qaeda, or in fact the puppeteers of Al Qaeda. We want to give Americans the message that Pakistani Army itself is in fact its biggest enemy! We should try to bring "Pakistan, Terrorist, Army, Al Qaeda"
together in one expression, especially in view of the newest happenings.
To the Indians it says that you don't have a normal country neighboring ours, but rather a country that is run by a Terrorist Army, and hence not to be trusted or appeased! It says that for India, our Al Qaeda is the Pakistani Army, and we should go after it like the Americans go after Al Qaeda!
Of course, Indians or even the West is not used to use the word Qaeda in this way - meaning "base" or "HQ" or "Central"! But this can change with time. BTW Indians use the word Qaeda, especially in the North, to refer to the Alphabet Book - the Basics!
It gives the right message and it is search engine optimized!
BTW The acronym would be PTAQ! P'TAQ
means filth in Klingonese
In fact, it is the most used curse word in Klingonese. Also considering how many patakas go off in Pakistan, it is truly the land of P'TAQ
Now shouldn't Indians be thinking a bit like Klingons in the near future? Hain ji?