Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec 2014

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec

Postby Tuvaluan » 01 Feb 2015 00:40

Pakistan should exploit emerging strategic opportunities. One of these is to build close ties with Russia in defence and other strategic sectors. Pakistan should intensify its cooperation with China, the strategic lynchpin of its foreign and security policy. China is well placed to ensure the development of Pakistan’s capabilities for conventional and nuclear deterrence against India. The implementation of the China-Pakistan economic corridor and conscious expansion of bilateral trade and investment should be accorded the highest priority. Dynamic economic growth will strengthen Pakistan’s ability to resist Indian domination and Western diktat.While Sino-Pakistan relations are time tested, Indo-US relations are still young and fragile. The wolf and the fox, both predators, may well discover that they cannot trust each other.


Summary of Munir "wifebeater" Akram's verbal diarrhoea "Pakis must get one more begging bowl in addition to the ones used for USA and China, Russian can provide alms too. If USA won't provide alms, we can depend on China and Russia to fill the gap."

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec

Postby Baikul » 01 Feb 2015 00:53

Amber G. wrote:From an US News source:

Family of jailed Pakistani doc who helped nail Bin Laden in hiding, losing hope

Once a prominent doctor in Pakistan, who helped US to find Osama.

Afridi received a 33-year sentence in May 2012, provoking outrage in the United States, and leading to Congressional moves to cut a symbolic $33-million from U.S. aid to Pakistan.. the sentence is reduced to 23 years now............


So where is the $10M that the US owes Pakistan, hair ji?

Also, InPeeeee4TL

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec

Postby Prem » 01 Feb 2015 01:10

Basket To Basket, Basket Bakistan Botentially Become Big Bad Beekhmangonomical- comical Cuntry

Antithesis to Obama’s hug

( Bhaag Paki Modi Aayya)

President Obama’s visit to India and the unlimited technological, military and economic cooperation between the two countries have mixed reactions. A US President has assured India positions in UNSC, Nuclear Suppliers Group, naval outreach up to the APEC Arc and a license to boost nuclear technologies. In return, India is poised to exercise controls through its envisaged blue water navy from Suez to the Straits of Malacca extendable to the South China Sea and perhaps Sea of Japan. The ghost of Arakan Wars will come to live and the spirit of Mahabharata will move beyond the Indian Rim to the Pacific. Is India’s dream of becoming a super power around the corner?India shall bridge the CENTCOM and Pacific Military Command forming a formidable RIM around Middle East, South Asia and APEC. Russian re-emergence and Chinese potential to become a formidable military power by 2025 will be pre-empted. Pakistan, the only irritant would fade away due to internal strife, economic manipulation by its corrupt elites; and strangle by India through Afghanistan. Russian and Chinese trade would vulnerable to bottlenecks. The world will become a safer place and crucial environmental issues handled with finesse. Narendra Modi would have rediscovered and accomplished Nehru’s thesis, ‘Discovery of India’. :shock:
This ambitious hypothesis appears ominous on many counts. Across the extremes of Indo-Pakistan’s ideological divides, it spells challenges for Russia and China. Reactions will come. Japan after the December elections is already poised to ride out the Guilt Clauses of World War II to pursue a new security policy. The cooperation is likely to hasten a conventional and nuclear arms race in South Asia. Pakistan with its limited resources will be forced to shore its strategic interests through unprecedented investments in defence and nuclear technology. With a live line of control any escalations could run berserk. Hope against hopes, Pakistan like Paul Kennedy’s ‘Rise and Fall of Great Empires’ would crumble under the weight of its own establishment.However, the biggest hole in the Indo-US thesis is Pakistan’s realised power potential. :rotfl: If achieved, Indian ambitions of dominance will evaporate in thin air. Rather than ‘Rimland Theory’ of Nicholas John Spykman, Pakistan shall contain India.
In tandem with this dramatized diplomacy, good tiding and promise blew across Pakistan through unexpected quarters. David M Darst of Morgan Stanley in a talk said, “Pakistan is among those nine countries in Asia that will add another China in the next 35 years and the impact of this change will be phenomenal on the world economy,” He went on, “I am surprised to see low number of investors in the bourses of Pakistan. This must change considering the strong fundamentals of Pakistani stocks…With a young population of an average age of 22 years, the opportunities that the young entrepreneurs from Pakistan have are going to make an exceptional contribution to the economy of the region.” He is right. Thanks for telling us what we ourselves fail to realise and believe. Pakistan’s power potential is exponential. Matching India gun to gun was never an astute recipe for Pakistan’s security. Rather, a vibrant and sound economy reduces Pakistan’s vulnerabilities. If Pakistan grows on sustainable basis for the next few years, it will be able to spend far more on its security requirements. ‘Beyond strong fundamentals of Pakistani stocks’ as asserted by Morgan Stanley, strong and diverse existing fundamentals can jump start economic recovery. Ten Years hence, Pakistan can become an agricultural and energy giant with industrialisation high in value addition. To prevent overheating, Pakistan has the capability to consume and export what it produces. This potential begets immediate tapping.Pakistan’s real potential far exceeds statistics. According to a study by NAB, Pakistan’s daily slippages at Rs. 12 billion per day account for a national loss of Rs. 4.38 trillion per annum. This doubles the national budget outlay from Rs4.3 trillion to Rs. 8.68, overhauling the budget deficit of 4.9%. The Defence Budget allocation drops from 16.28% to 8.06 %. Loan liabilities decrease significantly while all borrowing comes to a halt. Pakistan by exercising control and vigilance within its existing potential suddenly becomes a vibrant economy. Surplus can be pumped into human resource, infrastructure, energy and exploration. Add unregulated sectors and a miracle begins to emerge through honesty, transparency and regulation.Within two years, lignite coal refineries in Thar can begin producing, oils, natural gas, LPG, ethanol fuels, briquettes, fertilizer and power, reducing reliance on imports. Within 5 years, the Kohlu Block can add 16 Billion Cu Ft to the national grid while the pumping of crude oil would eliminate imports. Add the hydrocarbon reservoirs in KPK, Pakistan’s potential eclipses Middle East. Pakistan would not need gas and oil pipelines from Central Asia or Iran obviating international interference. Thatta, Karachi, Port Qasim and Gawadar would become cities of future.Copper, gold, antimony, iron and chromite excavations can make Pakistan the world’s leading producer of rare earth minerals along the entire Tethyan Belt from Balochistan to Chitral-Swat. The foundries and small industries of Sialkot, Faisalabad, Wazirabad and Gujranwala will dominate world trade in sports gear and instruments once again. Precious minerals will eclipse South Africa.
The industrial boost to Pakistan’s economy is beyond imagination. Textile, metallurgy, oil and gas, fertilizer and pharmaceutical sectors will grow manifold. Unemployment and crime will go down significantly. Economic interdependence will bond the diversity. The entire nation will galvanise into a power house.So rather than over analyse the Indo-US relationship, Pakistan should get to the task of putting its house in order. Within five years Pakistan will be in a position to export cheapest oil, gas and other materials to India’s work horses.The future lies in Pakistan’s undeniable economic potential and not its military prowess that in any case will increase manifold. The nation must rise and respond.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec

Postby brat » 01 Feb 2015 01:19

IB$TL

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec

Postby BajKhedawal » 01 Feb 2015 01:20

Hooray, ballay balle, time to meet 72!

Esteemed mullas....take your pick and do the needful......

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec

Postby putnanja » 01 Feb 2015 01:23

Tuvaluan wrote:
Pakistan should exploit emerging strategic opportunities. One of these is to build close ties with Russia in defence and other strategic sectors. Pakistan should intensify its cooperation with China, the strategic lynchpin of its foreign and security policy. China is well placed to ensure the development of Pakistan’s capabilities for conventional and nuclear deterrence against India. The implementation of the China-Pakistan economic corridor and conscious expansion of bilateral trade and investment should be accorded the highest priority. Dynamic economic growth will strengthen Pakistan’s ability to resist Indian domination and Western diktat.While Sino-Pakistan relations are time tested, Indo-US relations are still young and fragile. The wolf and the fox, both predators, may well discover that they cannot trust each other.


Summary of Munir "wifebeater" Akram's verbal diarrhoea "Pakis must get one more begging bowl in addition to the ones used for USA and China, Russian can provide alms too. If USA won't provide alms, we can depend on China and Russia to fill the gap."


They still think like Jinnah, that because of their "strategic location" others should pay them and play nicely with them.

What is it they can offer Russia for "strategic sectors"? They don't have money to buy anything, all their defence items are either gifted by US or sold by China on easy credit, mainly because China wants to surround India. Why will Russia give them arms for free? They don't have money to even import crude oil and are surviving on alms.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec

Postby Shreeman » 01 Feb 2015 02:17

72 raisins.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec

Postby A_Gupta » 01 Feb 2015 02:23

Jhujar wrote:Basket To Basket, Basket Bakistan Botentially Become Big Bad Beekhmangonomical- comical Cuntry

Antithesis to Obama’s hug
.... According to a study by NAB, [b]Pakistan’s daily slippages at Rs. 12 billion per day account for a national loss of Rs. 4.38 trillion per annum.


Just want to point out the madrassa math in this. In February 2013,
http://www.opinion-maker.org/2013/02/pa ... lack-hole/
Chairman NAB commented that Pakistan looses Rs.6-8 Billion on daily basis to corruption.


Now a couple of years later, Pakistani incomes have risen so much or government tax collection has degraded so much or both that the daily slippages have doubled? Really?

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec

Postby abhijitm » 01 Feb 2015 02:26

Jhujar wrote:Basket To Basket, Basket Bakistan Botentially Become Big Bad Beekhmangonomical- comical Cuntry

Antithesis to Obama’s hug

( Bhaag Paki Modi Aayya)

The industrial boost to Pakistan’s economy is beyond imagination. Textile, metallurgy, oil and gas, fertilizer and pharmaceutical sectors will grow manifold. Unemployment and crime will go down significantly. Economic interdependence will bond the diversity. The entire nation will galvanise into a power house.

Within five years Pakistan will be in a position to export cheapest oil, gas and other materials to India’s work horses.

a night before lal topi crawled into the author's house and bit his butt. Inshallah the pain was enormous but enlightenment afterwards was unthinkable.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec

Postby SBajwa » 01 Feb 2015 02:30

Johnneg,

It is my understanding that

भारत == Bharata
भारथ == Bharath

I have noticed that the THA at the end instead of "TAA" is because of influence of South Indian languages. I am guessing that there is no "TAA" in southern languages?

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec

Postby Vipul » 01 Feb 2015 02:44

IB4tl.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec

Postby Gagan » 01 Feb 2015 02:50

IB4TL
Can I continue to post more videos kyon ji?
Some abduls are reporting my pakistani towel throwing videos on the grounds that they are in Urdu.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec

Postby Shreeman » 01 Feb 2015 03:03

SBajwa wrote:Johnneg,

It is my understanding that

भारत == Bharata
भारथ == Bharath

I have noticed that the THA at the end instead of "TAA" is because of influence of South Indian languages. I am guessing that there is no "TAA" in southern languages?


SB,

The country has a formal name. Is it that hard to recognize that in this thread there is Bakistan, and Paastan, and so on. How is renaming India any different. If I were to name myself Szhriman, claim jewish inheritence then you would go through corrective training to make sure you type the correct name.

But its ok to pick and choose what you call the country in a place where making fun of the name is the part of the title? And irritate everyone who reads it because after all that is the main goal? And drive a wedge by finding who else will join you in creating a constitutional amendment to change the name? Or find how far the north south divide goes? Or is it a secret handshake letting everyone know where the loyalty to the principle of one india ends? What precisely is the "good" for not just mangling the name, but defending it based on a regional interpretation?

This should not be ok, it should not be accepted. Just as broadly, we must type in english and not the fifty different languages we possibly could. And the short answer, like language infractions is -- I am sorry, it was unintentional. Not to mount a defense of a flawed premise.
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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - 12 Dec

Postby Gagan » 01 Feb 2015 03:05

Baby has a rich abbu who put her in an ingliss school, and then made her a TV anchor, so excuse her for appearing to be a dumb bimbo and her accent too. But here she tries to do the to and fro between hazrat zaid ham-ied (Piss be upon him) and Dr Md Farookh Khan


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