Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 2011

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby Anujan » 10 Dec 2011 13:03

LeJ chief Malik Ishaq was also released 1 month back after "house arrest" for some time

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Postby shiv » 10 Dec 2011 14:21

Jhujar wrote:
shiv wrote:Muslims don't kill Muslims. Allah wants unbelievers to be punished and that is why those children of Shias were killed. Ask any Paki. Or Wahhabandi. After all Mohammad brought the word of god to us and this picture represents the word of god. Islam is the fastest growing religion on earth did you know? It is a religion of peace.


Before worrying about Islamist children , we ought to think about our own. Apply the current Paki islamist merciful behavior x1000 time is what our ancestors faced.Yet our own leadership keep protecting and promoting the very similar forces in india . Every such children killing blast done by the Islamic forces of Pakistan is an occasion to thank Djinnah for doing service to India.


But Muslims are allowed to kill kafirs so what happened to your ancestors was quite OK and acceptable. Nothing wrong. In any case they must have been cowardly vegetarian surrender monkeys and got what they deserved from superior egalitarian forces of Islam.

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Postby vishvak » 10 Dec 2011 14:42

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The United States has reportedly shifted five unmanned spy planes from an airbase in southwest Pakistan to Afghanistan after Islamabad
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Geo News reported that Shamsi airbase would be taken over on Sunday by officials from the United Arab Emirates [ Images ], which had leased the facility from Pakistan in 1992.

The UAE had leased the airbase, located about 300 km from the Balochistan capital of Quetta, for use by members of the country's royal family who travel to Pakistan every year for hunting expeditions.

For a paki, who is worse? An airbase to kill terrorists in pakistan or for 'hunting expeditions' of UAE mard royals?

The answer is latter though either way, pakis make $$.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby SSridhar » 10 Dec 2011 15:40

vishvak, the houbara bustards are critically endangered species and yet the hunting goes on year after year in Sind & Balochistan. What does it show ? It shows that the much hyped about sovereignty is lost to the Princes and Princelings of the desert Kingdoms. One doubts if Pakistan has the will to muster courage to ask these royalty to return the ceded territories and stop hunting. FATA is already lost to the 'Islamic Emirate' and NWFP was almost lost by 2008 before partially retrieved. China has taken over GB and creeping into the rest of PoK. Punjab is lost to the Punjabi Taliban. The National Capital Region of Islamabad is lost to the Laal Masjid thugs. Karachi is lost to Muhajirs and the Pashtun. Balochistan has been on the boil since 1948. Quetta, for long, has been under Afghan Pashtun control. Naval bases, air bases, military-industrial complexes, and nuclear weapon sites have all come under attack and have been barely defended. So, where does the writ of the state run except within the perimeter of the GHQ ? Even that was attempted to be taken over in 2009.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby Dipanker » 10 Dec 2011 18:30

CRamS wrote:Dipanker

The same so called "civilized world" holds that genocidal approach by TSP, and India's benign approach of helping Afghans at the same moral equivalence. I wonder who is more uncivilized, TSP or the so called civilized world?


There is no moral equivalence, you are in a roundabout way blaming the victim.

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Postby arun » 10 Dec 2011 18:30

The Islamic Republic of Pakistan is well and truly being perceived by American Officials as becoming a top tier US problem.

Anonymous survey of US officials and experts to compile an annual list of the most plausible conflicts for the United States in the new year by the Council on Foreign Relation’s (CFR) Center for Preventive Action sees the Islamic Republic of Pakistan prominently figuring.

AFP via Express Tribune:

Conflict with Pakistan among top potential threats for US in 2012: Report

Also check out the interview of Micah Zenko on CFR’s Preventive Priorities Survey :

This year, a U.S.-Pakistani military confrontation replaces a Pakistani-Indo clash as a top ten contingency on the Preventive Priorities Survey. How did such a shift occur?

Survey respondents believed that the potential of an Indo-Pakistani conflict resulting from a replay of the 2008 Lashkar-e-Taiba Mumbai attack is increasingly unlikely. Correspondingly, relations between the United States and Pakistan have further deteriorated, and tens of thousands of U.S. troops are stationed near the Afghan border with Pakistan.

Pakistan is the one country mentioned twice in the top ten. Given the troubled relationship with Washington, what kind of role can the United States or its allies play in trying to improve the internal situation in Pakistan?

Despite providing over $22 billion in assistance since the attacks of September 11, 2001, the ability of the United States to understand, much less improve, the internal situation in Pakistan is poor. Recognizing the inherent limitations, the United States should continue to increase efforts to build counterterrorism capacity among civilian law enforcement and intelligence agencies in Pakistan, restructure financial assistance, and pursue cooperative efforts that emphasize mutual security threats and goals.

Gauging Top Global Threats in 2012

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby harbans » 10 Dec 2011 18:57

It's good Americans came to Afghanistan and experienced the friendly Paki neighbors. In barely a decade despite having the friendliest of relations, Americans are on the verge of a war with Pakistan..they should now realize how patient India has been over almost 70 years.


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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby SSridhar » 10 Dec 2011 19:32

The economic situation is very dire indeed within Pakistan. Or, is the invitation a ruse for something sinister ?

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Postby Hari Seldon » 10 Dec 2011 19:37

^^^I hope Modi doesn't fall for the bait. I wouldn't want any desi neta, much less a promising one like NM, get sunroof-levered in TSP.

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Postby abhijitm » 10 Dec 2011 19:43

^^^ do you think their economy will collapse? I wish so, but somewhere I have doubts. Pakis dont seem to accept, or its just 'normal affair' for them? Its interesting to see what happens when they start paying back IMF.

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Postby abhijitm » 10 Dec 2011 20:05

Pakistan needs int’l donors to escape C/A deficit
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KARACHI: Pakistan will not come out from the current account deficit without going to international donors, experts said on Thursday.

The deficit during July-September 2011 grew to $1.209 billion from $597 million in the same period last year, they added.

The move by Pakistan government to choose short-term gains over long-term economic stability is risky.

The total liquid foreign reserves held by the country stood at $16,678.9 million as of December 2, 2011.

Foreign reserves held by the State Bank of Pakistan stood at $12.86 billion while net foreign reserves held by banks (other than SBP) stood at $3.81 billion with total liquid foreign reserves to $16,67 billion. This has large portion of IMF $$

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) loan repayments are also due to start from early next year but Federal Finance Minister Hafeez Shaikh said Pakistan would have no trouble repaying a loan of the IMF.

The two teams met in Dubai for Article IV consultations referring to annual talks the fund holds with each member government to assess the health of the economy from Nov 9-16, 2011.

The outcome of the meeting remained flat as the donors asked Pakistan to meet the demands laid down for the release of funds.

Pakistan had opted out of an extension of a three-year IMF $11 billion emergency loan programme. Pakistan asked the extension of the $11 billion loan programme and a new loan programme.

Pakistani officials repeated their request to the IMF officials to grant Pakistan two years grace period to pay back instalments of loans and principle amount by 2012. :shock: :lol: So basically take loan, boast about forex reserve, don't spend, pile up interest, beg everywhere because now its time to repay, and if that doesn't work then ask for refinance!

The IMF has been steadfast on its stance and succeeded pressing Pakistan to meet its conditions for levying tax on the agriculture sector, enhance energy price and ensure implementation of general sales tax.

IMF had also indicated that the conditions for release of last tranche of $1.85 billion bailout package for Pakistan would be tougher, agriculture expert and Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry member Shakeel Ahmad said.

The IMF also put a proposal before the Pakistan that surplus cash crops would be kept under the IMF supervision, he added.

“This will be done in case Pakistan fails to follow the dictation of IMF for levying different type of taxes and increasing cost of utilities,” he added.

Pakistan will start paying $8 billion loan by 2012 and the process will continue till the next three years.

He said due to the continuous increase in energy prices, IMF agreed for releasing funds otherwise the donor would stop releasing remaining loan amount besides it was determined to start audit of the loans accounts.

The rulers on the behest of the IMF reviewed the domestic economy on many occasions by levying taxes and in case of failure the IMF would put tougher conditions for the release of loans, Ahmad maintained.

The IMF has also sought amendments to the State Bank of Pakistan’s act in order to provide the central bank with operational independence.

The IMF wants Pakistan to raise tax revenue from the present 10 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) to 15 percent by 2013, which is peril for our economy. The country’s foreign debt now stands at more than Rs 6,500 billion and in only two years 2008-09 alone, swelled to Rs 9,600 billion.

The country’s debt was recorded at Rs 10.890 trillion by August 2011 from Rs 5.799 trillion by March 2008, showing a net increase of Rs 5.091 trillion or 87.79 percent since formation of the current government. :shock: see the rise, almost double!

As the government revenue is less than its expenditure, therefore borrowing of money from both sources would be a continuous phenomenon until revenue increases more than the expenditure.

The government was forced to intervene in the energy and commodity markets to keep prices from getting completely out of reach of the public. This burden of subsidies along with higher security-related expenditures exerted continuing pressure on the fiscal system and adjustment path was affected.

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Postby CRamS » 10 Dec 2011 20:18

Dipanker wrote:There is no moral equivalence, you are in a roundabout way blaming the victim.


Which planet are you living in? Why is US so coy, almost disdainful of allowing India its legitimate role in Afghanistan except be girl-scouts? You have not heard US and its lackey mention time & again that the reason oh so poor TSP does what you posted is because of India gaining influence in Afghanistan. How many times have you heard US and its lackeys mention that there is a cold war between India & TSP over Afghanistan. Even if there is, the moral clarity ought to be obvious isn't it? How can there by any equivalence between slaughter of men, women, and children by TSP to establish its writ in Afghanistan, and India's building of roads, bridges, power plants, helping Afghan security etc to gain influence and goodwill in Afghanistan so it doesn't become a Taliban cesspool.

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Postby Charlie » 10 Dec 2011 21:00

Declined entry: ‘Fewer Pakistani doctors entering US’

WASHINGTON: Only 90 Pakistani doctors entered the US for work this year – a relatively less number compared to the usual yearly influx of nearly 130 doctors.
This was stated by Dr Zaffar Iqbal, a member of the 17,000-member strong Association of Physicians of Pakistani Descent of North America (APPNA).
Speaking to The Express Tribune on the sidelines of an event organised by APPNA at the Rayburn House Office Building, Dr Iqbal said numerous young physicians applying for visas to work in the US are facing delays or are being rejected by the US embassy and consulates.
The event, addressed to Congressmen, was organised to highlight issues faced by Pakistani physicians applying for visas to work in the US.
“They don’t get their visas on time, and hence can’t join residencies that they’ve been offered,” Dr Iqbal said, while adding that hospitals then become reluctant to offer residencies to Pakistani physicians.
He said that due to less Pakistanis being given visas, the number of Indian doctors coming to the US to work has more than doubled in the past few years.{Heart Burn?}
President of APPNA Dr Manzoor Tariq said that they had held meetings with the US State Department and Homeland Security to urge them to facilitate the process.
Looking at APPNA posters highlighting statistics of the decrease in Pakistani physicians coming to the US, APPNA said that a majority of Pakistani doctors work in rural areas in the US
and provide a vital service to the country.
Addressing the event, Congressman Dennis J Kucinich from Ohio said, “I’m aware of the complexities that surround US-Pakistan relations, but you are our brothers and sisters, and we need to help facilitate those who want to take care of people here”.
On US-Pakistan relations, he said it was a critical issue. “We need to apologise to the people of Pakistan, Nato must pay reparations to the families of the soldiers.”
{Pakis are rutheless when it comes to lobbying their interests}
Paying tribute to the Pakistani community in her district of Nevada, Congresswoman Birkley added that the US was facing a shortage of medical professionals, and offered her support to the APPNA to push for more visas for Pakistani doctors. Other members of Congress who attended the event and lent support to APPNA included Senator Bob Casey, Claire McCaskill, Congressman Guthrie and others.
Addressing the event, Tim Lenderking, the head of the Pakistan desk at the State Department, said that it was important to talk to the Embassy. “Pakistan has done a great job in contributing to healthcare in the United States, and we want to support that.”

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby SSridhar » 10 Dec 2011 21:09

Ties with pakistan in a mess, admits US
US-Pakistani military-to-military relations "are a mess" after a NATO strike last month killed 24 Pakistani soldiers, said a top US military official as a think-tank rated a conflict with Pakistan as a potential threat facing the US in 2012, but downgraded the potential for military escalation between Pakistan and India.

Now, that's something. The friend, from whose shoulders Pakistan took on the only mortal enemy, its only existential threat, has suddenly become a bigger mortal enemy than the original mortal enemy. How times change !

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Postby Brad Goodman » 10 Dec 2011 21:43

some good news on economic front
Pakistan exports drop 13%, imports 19% up in Nov
Pakistan’s exports have seen a decline of 13 percent on weakening demand of its products in exporting countries whereas the imports have registered an increase of 19 percent in November 2011 compared with the same month of previous year


Analysts said the demand of Pakistan’s products particularly textile, cotton, and leather have been losing their demand in foreign markets specifically in the US and EU.
AOA people in US and EU need to look at tags on clothes and if they see any rag with made in pakiland label they should not just rejct it but should provide their feedback to store managers on why they are not buying it

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Postby sum » 10 Dec 2011 21:51

harbans wrote:It's good Americans came to Afghanistan and experienced the friendly Paki neighbors. In barely a decade despite having the friendliest of relations, Americans are on the verge of a war with Pakistan..they should now realize how patient India has been over almost 70 years.

^^ +1.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby Dipanker » 10 Dec 2011 21:55

abhijitm wrote:
Dipanker wrote:So this is how the genocider Pakbarians are attaining their "strategic depth" ? The whole civilized world need to see this pic:

pakis are fking disgusting barbarians.


Absolutely!

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby shiv » 10 Dec 2011 22:04

SSridhar wrote:Ties with pakistan in a mess, admits US
US-Pakistani military-to-military relations "are a mess" after a NATO strike last month killed 24 Pakistani soldiers, said a top US military official as a think-tank rated a conflict with Pakistan as a potential threat facing the US in 2012, but downgraded the potential for military escalation between Pakistan and India.

Now, that's something. The friend, from whose shoulders Pakistan took on the only mortal enemy, its only existential threat, has suddenly become a bigger mortal enemy than the original mortal enemy. How times change !


The news that Pakistan is "upping" its air defences in the west, if true will only indicate a lower force levels against India. That might explain the general reduction in Paki terrorism in India. But it also means that the Paki army do have reasonably good control of anti-India jihad factions. They are able to turn on and turn off the tap at will - so that any reduction in Paki problems in the west means increased trouble on this side.

My feeling is that even in the absence of war Pakis must be attacked in all possible ways - including infowar. It is my belief that one of Pakistan's most reliable crutches, islam also needs to be attacked at every possible opportunity to cause horror and shame. Which is why that horrifying shia attack photo with dead kids is useful to show up Pakistaniyat and islamiyat.

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Postby JwalaMukhi » 10 Dec 2011 22:14

shiv wrote:But Muslims are allowed to kill kafirs so what happened to your ancestors was quite OK and acceptable. Nothing wrong. In any case they must have been cowardly vegetarian surrender monkeys and got what they deserved from superior egalitarian forces of Islam.

+10. Absolutely. It is the duty of hindus to die. That's the line internalized by many (most notably the pretentious secularists) and not just muslims. But wait a minute, even if one surrenders being a cowardly vegetarian, one becomes a ahmediya, balochi or a mohajir and there is no respite. The cowardly surrenderers are realizing that even Muslims are allowed to kill less purer muslims. The length of the beard will determine who is purest among them all. What use is the surrender only to be wajibullcutled later.
Mumtaj qadri had a longer beard compared to taseer guy. Guess who was the purest between those two?
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Postby Dipanker » 10 Dec 2011 22:15

CRamS wrote:Which planet are you living in? Why is US so coy, almost disdainful of allowing India its legitimate role in Afghanistan except be girl-scouts? You have not heard US and its lackey mention time & again that the reason oh so poor TSP does what you posted is because of India gaining influence in Afghanistan. How many times have you heard US and its lackeys mention that there is a cold war between India & TSP over Afghanistan. Even if there is, the moral clarity ought to be obvious isn't it? How can there by any equivalence between slaughter of men, women, and children by TSP to establish its writ in Afghanistan, and India's building of roads, bridges, power plants, helping Afghan security etc to gain influence and goodwill in Afghanistan so it doesn't become a Taliban cesspool.



CRamS man, I did read your post in a hurry, my mistake, and largely do not disagree with what you are writing above. But when a make a statement like "I wonder who is more uncivilized, TSP or the so called civilized world?" particularly in reply to a post containing the most grusome picture as an example of Pakbarian barbarity, in effect you are diluting the message.

My reply was addressed to this part of your statement, I should have perhaps edited the rest.


Anyway, look at this picture and tell me who could you blame this on other than the genocide-er Pakbarians?

(Now if you can't condemn it without bringing in Americans genocide of native Americans, German genocide of the jews etc. then I certainly don't live on the same planet as yours! I am not saying we can't discuss them, but just not in this thread.)


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Postby abhijitm » 10 Dec 2011 22:16

one question to informed BRFites: what measurement unit paki mango abdul use in day-to-day life? Paki elites count in million, billion etc. I doubt whether that is for the common usage.

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Postby KLNMurthy » 10 Dec 2011 22:24

abhijitm wrote:one question to informed BRFites: what measurement unit paki mango abdul use in day-to-day life? Paki elites count in million, billion etc. I doubt whether that is for the common usage.

No need for all those kufr numbers, enough to count to 72.

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Postby RajeshA » 10 Dec 2011 22:34

JwalaMukhi wrote:The length of the beard will determine who is purest among them all. What use is the surrender only to be wajibullcutled later.
Mumtaj qadri had a longer beard compared to taseer guy. Guess who was the purest between those two?

Should we all grow long beards and finish off the Pakjabis then? :lol:

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Postby RamaY » 10 Dec 2011 22:50

SSridhar wrote:LeJ is a Sunni, Deobandi organiztion whose many members practise takfiri-salafi Islam. This attack, in all probability, is not for attaining 'strategic depth' but for killing as many Shias as possible, though LeJ is embedded within AQAM. I think it was for that reason that TTP said they were not involved. LeJ, whose parent organization is Sipah-Sahaba-e-Pakistan (SSP), cannot but be thoroughly and violently anti-Shi'a. The wickedness of LeJ's first Amir, Riaz Basra, is legendary. LeJ's current Amir, Akram Lahori, was released from jail by the jihadi-pasand Punjab High Court last year for lack of evidence in the dozens of cases against him. Since then, attacks on minorities, especially the Shi'a have increased. Of course, LeJ has masterminded other significant attacks such as on the Special Investigation Unit (SIU) office in Model Town Lahore, Marriot Hotel in Sep. 2008, FIA building, American consulate in Karachi in Mar. 2006, Daniel Pearl's murder, two attempts on Gen. Musharraf and one on Prime Minister Abdul Aziz, and the July 2006 London airlines plot. LeJ has deep roots within the Pakistani armed forces.

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I think it is more sinister. The attacks on Shias and others could be an attempt to weaken their opposition to Paki supported Taliban elements. Claims by various elements (carefully orchestrated IMO) to hide the real perpetrators.

It is like I have N elements in my control and I use the combined logistics to pull of an event and then ask a different element to claim the responsibility. I play these numerous groups in my control to confuse my opponent and hide my real hand.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby Guddu » 10 Dec 2011 23:39

Most interesting take on Memogate and implications for Zardari, video 2 has the meat, but all 3 videos are a good listen...much better than the short summary below.

http://najamsethi.com/ns/

For those who cant understand urdu, see summary, http://www.thefridaytimes.com/beta2/tft/article.php?issue=20111209&page=1.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby Rahul M » 11 Dec 2011 00:09

RajeshA wrote:Should we all grow long beards and finish off the Pakjabis then? :lol:

send the druids from asterix. :P

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby Prem » 11 Dec 2011 00:20

Fine Folks, few folklores of Ho" fit the funny following feeling .
A Must listen to enjoy the current Poak and Preetam Poetic Pouring from the time of Djinnarraf to Musharraf to Gillany and Killany. The story seems same. Here is Uncle ..
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Promise kitne , tumhe kucsh yaad nahi.


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Postby Prem » 11 Dec 2011 01:56

http://www.dawn.com/2011/12/10/the-call-of-nature.html
The call of nature ==
is common in both countries to see men standing or squatting against a wall or a tree. The amount of ammonia absorbed by the soil must make it some of the most fertile in the world. But women have a harder time. Many girls in Pakistan don`t go to school because there are no separate toilets for them. ( Do they have girl schools)So why can`t our governments address this issue after over six decades of independent rule? After all, this is not rocket science we are talking about. Most countries, many poorer than India and Pakistan, have provided their citizens with piped water and waste disposal systems.The answer, I suspect, is that our ruling classes are basically selfish, and cannot stand the idea of resources being diverted on facilities for the poor. Thus, state schools and hospitals are a disgrace, largely because our elites don`t use them. If we had to send our kids to government-run schools, I can bet they would improve very quickly.
In large parts of Karachi, there is hardly any rubbish collection service worth the name. In Pakistan, an aggressively Muslim nation, this caste continues to bear their ancient cross because other Pakistanis consider it below their dignity to clean the gutters.As a result of social oppression across most of the subcontinent, sanitary workers are forced to carry on cleaning our bathrooms and our inadequate sewage system.
Even when they convert to Christianity or Islam, they cannot escape their fate.
But as their numbers are limited, in Pakistan at least, opening new public toilets won`t help as there won`t be enough sanitary workers available to clean them. And yet, our good Muslims have no problem cleaning public facilities when they migrate to the Middle East or the West. You can see them with mops and brushes across the world, working away to keep thousands of public loos clean. I suppose when they are abroad, this kind of menial work does not involve a loss of face or caste.Thus, although Pakistanis insist that we are the repositories of the true faith, we have no compunction in copying the worst aspect of Hinduism when it comes to our treatment of the supposed lower castes. Begums who would be appalled at the thought of using a brush to clean their toilets at home, have no problem in doing so abroad.

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Postby Prem » 11 Dec 2011 01:59

http://www.dawn.com/2011/12/10/nawaz-vo ... llers.html
Nawaz vows to unveil Benazir’s killers

( Ganja Badmash trying to dupe indigenous Sindhis)
NAUDERO: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif on Saturday vowed to unveil those behind the murder of Benazir Bhutto, DawnNews reported.Talking to media, after laying floral wreath and offering prayers at the grave of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairperson Benazir Bhutto in Garhi Khuda Bux, Nawaz said that he had finished ‘no-go-area’ of Larkana today and the next to end was in Karachi.He said government had failed to unveil the culprits behind the murder and vowed to bring the murders of his ‘sister’ to justice once he was in power.He said no political statements would be issued here, otherwise his opponents would blame him for making political mileage.“I have not used Sindh card by holding gathering in Larkana as I have only one card that is Pakistani card,” he added.The party chief also offered condolences with Ahmed Ali Mirani, elder brother of Major Mujahid Ali Mirani, who was killed during November 26 Nato strike in Mohmand agency.
To a question whether President Zardari was suffering from political disease or real disease, he said ‘some disease’ and declined to offer more comments.Earlier speaking at a public gathering in Larkana, the PML-N chief said “Sindh is changing, Pakistan is changing and Larkana is also changing.”Nawaz also said those who ran away leaving behind the dead body of Benazir Bhutto had now become ministers.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby Prem » 11 Dec 2011 02:05

'When they torch oil tankers, it is not our fuel they are torching'

http://www.rediff.com/news/slide-show/s ... 111210.htm
Dempsey said that those who were burning NATO oil tankers in Pakistan were doing little harm to the US. "When they torch fuel, it is not our fuel they are torching. We do not pay for fuel until it gets to us," he said. He claimed the US had achieved its "intended purpose" in Afghanistan by reversing the Taliban momentum and added that a recent "loya jirga" or council of elders there sought long-term ties with the US "in a very encouraging way."


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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby stryker » 11 Dec 2011 02:27

Brad, Good post. India's economic growth can take care of the military modernization costs. Pakis are stupid enough to try to keep up which will bankrupt them and country will likely implode. There is no way they can finance the current account deficit and US may not bail them out. Shades of the former Soviet Union.

I personally, like many fellow BRF bhais would like to see a robust response from our armed forces but perhaps we can win without firing a bullet. These f***ing Paki morons are bent on self-destruction. Already no gas, no water, no electricity, raging inflation, education not worth a sh*t, no law and order, malice towards all, can't get visas easily, begging bowl in hand, teaching and spreading hate, nothing fun to do there (no beer :))and this is before the economic hammer comes down.

The Pakis are right on track to becoming another Somalia or a break-up into smaller countries.

India needs to make sure the border is fenced off. Last thing we want are Paki refugees with their screwed up hate everybody agenda.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby RajeshA » 11 Dec 2011 02:30

Jhujar wrote:Kitabe e Poak me Waffa ka Naam nahi
Promise kitne , tumhe kucsh yaad nahi.

Jhujar ji,

This song should really go in the first post of this thread! Very very apt!

Poak-e-Whore cannot be trusted.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby RajeshA » 11 Dec 2011 02:32

Rahul M wrote:
RajeshA wrote:Should we all grow long beards and finish off the Pakjabis then? :lol:

send the druids from asterix. :P

Rahul M ji,

I guess that is why the Sikhs decided to grow long beards too! It is the destiny of Poaks to die at the hands of long-beards!

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby devesh » 11 Dec 2011 04:06




in any discussion of Mughal decline, especially A'zeb's behavior, the Maratha role is the most important one. that blog entry doesn't mention it. the real decline of the Mughals began long before Battle of Plassey. and was Siraj-ud-Daulah even nominally a Mughal? even if so, he didn't pay obeisance to the Mughals in Upper GV, as far as I know. Abdali is also mentioned, but once again, no mention of Marathas. why? on a more positive note, Ranjit Singh and the Sikh resistance is mentioned.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby Prem » 11 Dec 2011 04:50

RajeshA""Rahul M wrote:
RajeshA wrote:Should we all grow long beards and finish off the Pakjabis then? :lolsend the druids from asterix. :P

Rahul M ji,I guess that is why the Sikhs decided to grow long beards too! It is the destiny of Poaks to die at the hands of long-beards!

:rotfl: :rotfl:

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby jrjrao » 11 Dec 2011 06:23

FWIW.

MSNBC: Pakistan says U.S. drones in its air space will be shot down
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan will shoot down any U.S. drone that intrudes its air space per new directives, a senior Pakistani official told NBC News on Saturday.

According to the new Pakistani defense policy, "Any object entering into our air space, including U.S. drones, will be treated as hostile and be shot down," a senior Pakistani military official told NBC News.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby RCase » 11 Dec 2011 06:31

Interesting read on why Pakistan behaves this way. I find it interesting that piskologically, most Pakis fit the following behavior pattern:

1. First response is to deny or lie.
2. Bluster, bravado, defiance and threats.
3. When confronted with stark reality, downhill ski and pretend HSR&D is maintained.

This can be applied to scenarios from the recent past like 1971, OBL incident, Veenaji and FHM, 24 jihadis on a remote mountain top embracing hellfires, economic figures, Zardari's hijrat to Dubai etc.

Doc ji - would appreciate your professional pisko analysis of the Paki mindset.

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Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan (TSP): 06 Dec 201

Postby RamaY » 11 Dec 2011 06:35

Shiv wrote:But Muslims are allowed to kill kafirs so what happened to your ancestors was quite OK and acceptable. Nothing wrong. In any case they must have been cowardly vegetarian surrender monkeys and got what they deserved from superior egalitarian forces of Islam.

that makes Pakis the vegetarian surrender monkeys whose fathers licked Turkish feet and mothers raped and them the ******** childs.

Hindustan/india on the other hand is full of people who stopped the Islamic onslaught and won against turks.

That is why Pakis lost every war they fought with Hindu kafirs.

The day is not far when Hindu india will make Islamist Pakis slaves again and take thier mothers, sisters and daughters.

Pak lurks.... That is your future.


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