Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec
Posted: 29 Jan 2015 21:42
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I accept all Appellations, Prefixes as well as Postfixes, Ranks, Titles etc. etc. & etc. including but not limited to Barber-Paradox or any choice derogatory ones as long as my views are given for India's Sanctity, Safety, Unity etc. There are possibly over a Hundred Christian Countries and over Fifty Islamic Countries. There are even Buddhist Countries. THERE IS NO HINDU COUNTRY. I only have India.
pankajs wrote:IMVVHO, The two biggest source of *moral* support for Bakis outside of the usual suspects has been Bartania and India and we have done more than Bartania or the rest to elevate the Baki status in the world. We are guilty of treating them as equal by our actions if not by words even while strongly protesting the western equal-equal.pankajs wrote:@LokeshC on you last post ... Something that occurred to me this morning while watching a bak talk show but I promptly forgot.
Bakmil Sharif has been on a worldwide tour the latest being China. He visited US but also Bartania. Why Bartania before Barbaria?
It hit me when I realized that following Modi's disengagement with Bakistan and his firm position on the matter, the uncalled for *advice* from around the world has suddenly gone down instead of going up!! given all the talk of nuclear overhang and all the rest. And this is beyond a bullet or two even three for every bullet at the border. And I will bet that even within the BJP most will not understand this beyond the bullet for bullet.
Emperor Obama was in the neighborhood doing what the empire thrives upon: pitting neighbor against neighbor to grind its blood-soaked axe of global hegemony. For Pakistan and China, two clear targets for the upgraded US-India cooperation, it’s a good sign that it rained on New Delhi’s parade. As the cherry on the top, the brutal Saudi king died and the emperor rushed off to Riyadh. After all, the empire he leads has many neighborhoods to control, many wars to perpetuate and manage.The gradual fall of India into the US embrace has been happening for years, from even before the Soviet Union broke up. The process had been impeded somewhat by India’s non-aligned and socialist past, but it has continued under different governments. Under Modi, the process is as good as complete. India is all set to be the empire’s chamcha number one in the region. On the face of it, that’s not such a good thing. But maybe it is.For one, the lines are more clearly drawn after the Obama-Modi bear-hug. Modi’s India is clearly ready to follow the dictates of the US-led empire’s war agendas and of its hyper-capitalist economic model. This is likely to push other countries in the region closer together, and hasten the consolidation of the new pole of global power around China and Russia. India is a natural member of this emergent bloc that promises some respite from the ever-hungry jaws of the empire. But the tea-boy of corporate imperialism had to do what he’d been propped up to do; turn a potential regional power into a client state.India will now push wars; against neighbors as per imperial strategic design, and against its own people through deeper integration into the exploitative hyper-capitalist economic framework of the empire. It’s already mouthing the US Pivot-to-Asia rhetoric on South China Sea directed at China, high on the gas of being inducted into the US axis with Japan and Australia. These are powerful pillars of the entrenched world order and Modi’s India is happy to be mentioned in the same breath, regardless of the real worth of its place on the table.
Regardless of the corporate media spins on the deepening relationship and all the boons it promises to bring India in terms of world status and dollars, it is weighed far more heavily on the empire’s side. The mini-me hegemon will echo the imperial narrative like a parrot, mimic its belligerent doublespeak and fight as a foot-soldier in imperial wars. It will sacrifice its poor hundreds of millions at the altar of the IMF’s neo-liberal wizardry and corporate profit. Hopefully, this kiss of death will not last long.
Each day, the hypocrisy of the empire and the mirage of its one-sided partnerships are being exposed for what they are. If our leadership needed any further proof of the imperial war being waged against Pakistan, the recent Modi-Obama joint statement and posturing should serve the purpose. Our war against terrorism obviously does not fit into the US war on terrorism of which we are the target.
The factories of terrorism in Afghanistan are not an oversight but an important and integral part of the occupation and imperial game plan in the region. Like in so many neighborhoods around the world, from the Middle East to North Africa, from West Africa to South America, from Ukraine to Central Asia, the US-led empire is bent upon using terrorism as a tool to destabilize Pakistan. Modi’s India is happy to be a part of the nasty project and hopes to reap better rewards for being an ally than we did. Good luck, neighbor.
So, if any doubt still persisted about the need for Pakistan to align itself decisively with the China-Russia nexus, they should evaporate completely now. No more talk about improving relations with the US and cooperating with it on fighting terrorism. Any assurances by the occupation forces to clamp down on the terrorist factories in Afghanistan are an eye-wash, designed to distract us. This war can’t be fought with the US. How can it be fought with it when the war is against it?The UK will not help us by cracking down on Hizbut Tahrir and other terrorists it is nurturing, and neither will its assorted European cousins whose bleeding hearts can’t stop bleeding for convicted terrorists to be hanged. The House of Saud is not about to turn a new leaf and close down the assembly line manufacturing violent barbarians and propagating sectarian hatred. India is not about to stop unprovoked firing on the Line of Control.The Pakistan military is coming out of the spell of US cooperation. As Obama hugged Modi, he was in Beijing cementing defence and strategic ties with China. Headway is being made with Russia on these counts as well. It is these countries we need to cooperate with to fight the empire’s violent designs for the region. It is with them that intelligence sharing makes sense. . But then, even the well-entrenched democratic governance in the world’s largest democracy next door hasn’t produced any better results on that count. We surely need to reinvent democracy. The world is changing fast and to ensure that we end up on the right side of this change, so should we.
LokeshC wrote:Errr... Either I am confused or you are confused. I am in complete agreement with you
TOKYO: The United States would welcome a move by Japan to extend air patrols into the South China Sea as a counterweight to a growing fleet of Chinese vessels pushing Beijing’s territorial claims in the region, a senior US Navy officer told Reuters.Currently, regular patrols by Japanese aircraft only reach into the East China Sea, where Tokyo is at loggerheads with Beijing over disputed islands. Extending surveillance flights into the South China Sea will almost certainly increase tensions between the world’s second- and third-largest economies.“I think allies, partners and friends in the region will look to the Japanese more and more as a stabilizing function,” Admiral Robert Thomas, commander of the Seventh Fleet and the top US navy officer in Asia, said in an interview. “In the South China Sea, frankly, the Chinese fishing fleet, the Chinese coast guard and the (navy) overmatch their neighbours,” Thomas said.
China’s foreign ministry said it had no immediate comment on the interview.
Thomas’s comments show Pentagon support for a key element of Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s push for a more active military role in the region. That is crucial because U.S and Japanese officials are now negotiating new bilateral security guidelines expected to give Japan a bigger role in the alliance, 70 years after the end of World War Two.“I think that JSDF (Japan Maritime Self Defense Forces) operations in the South China Sea makes sense in the future,” Thomas said.Japan is not party to the dispute in the South China Sea where China, the Philippines, Vietnam, Taiwan, Malaysia and Brunei have competing claims. But the waterway provides 10 per cent of the global fisheries catch and carries $5 trillion in ship-borne trade, a large portion of which is to and from Japan.Those changes coincide with the deployment of a new Japanese maritime patrol plane, the P-1, with a range of 8,000 km (5,000 miles). That is double the range of current aircraft and could allow Japan to push surveillance deep into the South China Sea.“This is a logical outgrowth of Abe’s push for a more robust and proactive military. It is also a substantial departure from JSDF’s customary operations,” said Grant Newsham, a research fellow at the Japan Forum for Strategic Studies and a former US Marine liaison officer to Japan’s military.
Newsham said sending surveillance aircraft to the South China Sea would allow Japan to deepen its military ties with nations like the Philippines, one of Abe’s goals to counter China’s growing naval power.Beijing has outlines the scope of its claims with reference to a so-called nine-dash line that takes in about 90 percent of the South China Sea on Chinese maps.“The alleged nine dash line, which doesn’t comport with international rules and norms, standards, laws, creates a situation down there, which is unnecessary friction,” said Thomas, the US navy commander.“For the Philippines, the issue is one of capacity. For the Japanese that is a perfect niche for them to help, not just in equipment, but in training and operations,” the US Seventh Fleet commander said.Centered around the USS George Washington carrier battle group with its home port in Japan, the US Seventh Fleet includes some 80 vessels, 140 aircraft and 40,000 sailors making it the most powerful naval force in the western Pacific.
partha wrote:In one of the above videos, one guest says (paraphrasing) "Amreeka bahut clever hain, imperial power hain, Germany unka colony hain".
Europe's number one economy is Amreekan colony but Pakistan which is dependent on dole outs from Amreeka for survival is independent and sovereign country, hain?
Qadriland: Important records related to the Salmaan Taseer’s murder case mysteriously disappeared from the office of the attorney general (AG) in the Islamabad High Court (IHC) after the appeal of Mumtaz Qadri – Taseer’s self confessed killer – was fixed for hearing last week.Sources in the AG office told Dawn that after the case was fixed before the IHC division bench, they found that the file that contained Qadri’s appeal, his conviction order, police reports and important notes from the prosecutor was not in their records.Subsequently, at the last hearing of the case on Jan 27, prosecutors had no record related to this case.“We have been searching everywhere for the file but have not found it so far,” he said.“I had examined this file and had argued before the court in a couple of hearings on the basis of the relevant record,” he said.An incumbent deputy attorney general, on condition of anonymity, told Dawn that the file might have been mixed up with other case files. He said that the file would most probably be found, and even if it was not recovered, it could be reconstructed..When contacted, Additional Attorney General Afnan Karim Kundi said he was out of office and could not respond to queries.Advocate general Islamabad Mian Abdul Rauf Woof Woof , who is most likely to prosecute Qadri when the case comes up for hearing, claimed that he had seen this file in the office of the additional attorney general.When asked whether the file had been forwarded to the AGI office, he replied that he had not received any files from the AG office so far.
JE Menon wrote:^^I would think both since the soowarein and the seweraine are often found together; Indeed, from an Islamic standpoint the two are inseparable, hence they are haramaine
niran wrote:meanwhile in the land of smiles
Pakistani arrested for enticing girls
Qadri case file taken by Djinns from court recordsWhen contacted, Additional Attorney General Afnan Karim Kundi said he was out of office and could not respond to queries.Advocate general Islamabad Mian Abdul Rauf Woof Woof , who is most likely to prosecute Qadri when the case comes up for hearing, claimed that he had seen this file in the office of the additional attorney general.When asked whether the file had been forwarded to the AGI office, he replied that he had not received any files from the AG office so far.
shravan wrote:Shia genocide: 30 killed, 50 injured in Shikarpur imambargah blast
sudhan wrote:Meanwhile in the land of the bure and the home of the goat lovers.. Shia hunting season has re-started..
Bomb blast targets Shias. 20 dead so far..
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan seems to be increasingly upset over recent regional developments in the wake of US President Barack Obama’s visit to India and has decided to forcefully internationalise the longstanding Kashmir dispute in a move which is likely to perturb New Delhi.
The first indication that Islamabad is all set to push ahead with its decade-old principled stance on Kashmir came on Thursday when a top Pakistani diplomat invited the envoys of the five permanent members of UN Security Council and other European countries to the Foreign Office to brief them on the issue.
Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry told the envoys of these powerful countries that Pakistan would continue to support the ‘indigenous struggle’ of Kashmiris by extending “unflinching political, moral and diplomatic support to Kashmiri people.”
A statement issued here by the Foreign Office quoted the foreign secretary as telling diplomats that recently held elections in Indian-administered Kashmir could not substitute for a UN-monitored plebiscite. He also voiced Pakistan’s concerns over Indian attempts to alter the ground situation through demographic changes.
niran wrote:meanwhile in the land of smiles
Pakistani arrested for enticing girls
shiv wrote:sudhan wrote:Meanwhile in the land of the bure and the home of the goat lovers.. Shia hunting season has re-started..
Bomb blast targets Shias. 20 dead so far..
The flame from the explosion was orange/saffron. Hindus are Agni worshippers. Let us start a separate thread for Hindu terrorism in Pakistan where these reports can go..
By Javed Siddiq, Islamabad and Dean Nelson in New Delhi
30 Jan 2015
More than 40 members of Pakistan’s Shia minority were killed when a young suicide bomber blew himself as they worshipped at a mosque today.
The bomber approached the Imambargah, a mosque for Shia muslims, in Shikarpur, Sindh, shortly after Friday prayers, and complained that he was sick.
Shortly after he was given medicine from a dispensary inside the mosque he blew himself, turning a place of worship into a scene of carnage.
The dead and more than 50 seriously wounded were carried out by their arms and legs and put into rickshaws to be taken to local hospitals. Some were taken as far away as Sukkur, more than 20 miles away, as Shikarpur’s main hospital was overwhelmed. Many of the wounded were trapped under rubble which smashed to the ground after the roof collapsed.
The bombing is the worst attack on Pakistan’s religious minorities since May 2010 when 100 Ahmadiya Muslims were killed as they prayed in Lahore.
Jundullah, a Sunni terrorist group which does not accept Shias as Muslim, claimed responsibility for the attack. The group is based in nearby Balochistan and has carried out a number of terrorist attacks in Iran, Pakistan’s Shia-majority neighbour.
Another Shia mosque was attacked earlier this month in Chittian Hattian in Rawalpindi, killing eight and wounding 25.
Shikarpur’s Inspector General of Police, Sain Rakhio Mirani, said the bomber had exploited the kindness of his targets to get inside the mosque and kill them.
“He was a young man of 20 or 21 and he pretended he was ill and was looking for medicine. He approached the Imambargah for treatment and then blew himself up. We’ve not been able to trace his origins”, he said.
The attack was condemned by Nawaz Sharif, the prime minister and opposition leaders including Imran Khan, who said it was “shameful”.
At least 20 people ere killed in the attack (AFP/Getty)
The bomber struck after the government intensified its campaign against terrorism following the massacre of children at Peshawar’s Army Public School last month. It introduced military courts to speed up terrorism trials and carried out a series of executions of those convicted.
Imran Khan said the attack in Shikarpur was an indication that the government’s campaign was not working. It had been “given full support to act against all terrorist groups but has failed”, he said.
sudhan wrote:Jhujar wrote:http://www.dawn.com/news/1160391/qadri-case-file-vanishes-from-court-records
Qadri case file taken by Djinns from court records
When contacted, Additional Attorney General Afnan Karim Kundi said he was out of office and could not respond to queries.Advocate general Islamabad Mian Abdul Rauf Woof Woof , who is most likely to prosecute Qadri when the case comes up for hearing, claimed that he had seen this file in the office of the additional attorney general.When asked whether the file had been forwarded to the AGI office, he replied that he had not received any files from the AG office so far.
Wah! Is that the phamous Justice Kundi, of the Kundi commission fame?? He who was abbointed to brope Hazara killings?
Our neighbor is truly a piece of work..
SHIKARPUR: At least 49 people were killed and 55 others injured in an explosion inside a central imambargah (mosque affiliated with Shia Muslims) in Sindh province's Shikarpur district on Friday