Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05, 2015

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Bhurishrava » 07 Sep 2015 13:40

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/ar ... d=11509282


Pakistan claims use of first indigenous armed drone. :eek:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Altair » 07 Sep 2015 13:52

Pakis are appearing more and more like North Korea with threats of nuclear war and Raheel more and more like Saddam?? with his mustache!! :rotfl:
Pigeon is spooking them.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby sudhan » 07 Sep 2015 13:58

Bhurishrava wrote:http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=11509282


Pakistan claims use of first indigenous armed drone. :eek:


Yeah, the cheeni maal, painted over by the pigs .. Named 'Burlesque' and 'Barf' or something like that..

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Falijee » 07 Sep 2015 16:32

An example of the delusional thinking of the Paki nation is the following embedded in their constitution of 1973 ( by the way, how many such documents have been "manufactured" since 1947 :mrgreen: ) :

Article: 257 Provision relating to the State of Jammu and Kashmir
257. Provision relating to the State of Jammu and Kashmir.-When [*]the people of the State of Jammu and Kashmir P.O.K :mrgreen: decide to accede to Pakistan, the relationship between Pakistan and that State shall be determined in accordance with the wishes of the people of that State.

[*] Should be changed to "If" :mrgreen:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby shiv » 07 Sep 2015 17:06

Let me try and say some stuff again that I find difficult to put in words..it has something to do with which countries are considered good members of the international community, and given a modicum of respect.

First off let me point out that there are no international laws that infant mortality and maternal mortality should be less than a particular figure or that literacy above a particular figure for a country to qualify as a good and responsible nation. To use an analogy - your colleagues and friends outside of home may never know if you bathe only once a week and don't clean your ass properly, or even wash your hands after you do that. They may not even know if your undies have not been washed for a week as long as you take some basic care to prevent them from finding out. For a nation state, literacy, infant mortality, maternal mortality, nutrition health etc are for the collective good of that particular nation, just like bathing and hygiene are for your personal good. OK there is some correlation between the overall health and economy of a nation and its social indicators like infant mortality etc and there exists a rough "grading system" in which those with better stats are graded as more developed - and the claim is that overall, the people must be happier because the nation looks after the personal interests of the largest proportion of its people.

But all this is completely unnecessary. You can have a nation where people are oppressed, live in absolute poverty, have poor social indicators but the nation is led by a small wealthy coterie who export something that everyone needs - maybe diamonds, maybe oil or something else. In the "international community" no one is comparing social indicators like nutrition or infant mortality when it comes to relations between states. If country X can provide services that some other country needs, no one is really going to worry about social indicators. If the country has a couple of wealthy "developed" cities where all the action is and a vast countryside where people live screwed up live, no one gives a damn.

India is one country that puts in a lot of effort into "social indicators". India's huge size and population will ensure that India is not going to be anywhere near the top of the heap in social indicators for a long time to come. But what of Pakistan? By all accounts Pakistan has put in very little effort into its social indicators. Because of a relatively smaller population they started off with indicators that were poor but more easily addressable. It appears that Pakistan has frittered away those advantages for many decades now. The indicators have gradually fallen behind. We have read how the average height/weight of the young Paki has actually gone down. And we know about polio and literacy. And we know of a burgeoning population

But do these things really matter? We read of Pakistanis having increased access to smartphones, to the internet, terrorism is down, IT exports are up. People visit Lahore, Karachi etc and remark on the great roads, bright lights, new buildings. So what was all that about population, nutrition, literacy etc? Pakistan is claimed to be a thriving vibrant oriental economy. What does BRF know that Pakis don't know? Pakistan seems to be doing quite well on the world stage. Countries are falling over themselves to invest in Pakistan and Pakistan is now doing deals with a whole lot of countries.

The question I am asking is, do social indicators really matter? Pakistan can choose to live forever with a small ruling elite in their walled kabilas pretending to be an advanced economy, and to hell with the general population who can go screw themselves. This is exactly what Pakistan has been doing for 50 years now. Has Pakistan suffered for it? is Pakistan really worse off for ignoring and flouting everything that a normal nation state is supposed to do. Pakis have consistently ignored stuff that is so close to Indian hearts like
1. Literacy
2. Human condition
3. Minority rights
4. Religious rights
5. Security
6. Power and water supply

In what way have Pakistani governments and the elite suffered for having done this? They appear as strong and influential as ever. they have their friends funding them and helping them out through their crises. No one is trying to make Pakis feel guilty about population, polio or malnutrition. The Pakis blame it on India or the US and everyone accepts that as the truth. Pakistan needs help they say and that help is merely handed to the elite with no questions asked.

The point I am making is that the "world order" does not give a shit about Indian development efforts. the world order does not give a flying fuk that India spends more money on social causes than the military. The world order does not give a rats ass that India's entire space program is aimed at space and at its own people and not at someone else. The world order gives equal weightage to a rotten state like Pakistan as it does to a state that is constantly trying to walk the straight and narrow path of good international behaviour such as India.

In fact India, by merely making things better for Indians (not too much better than Pakistan) the world order already thinks that India is a threat to Pakistan and Pakistan needs more help, like a nuke deal to make it behave better.

The world order should be given less importance. we need to stop looking over our shoulders at what the international community thinks. India is truly a state with a million voices and if half those voices are hung up on our "good behaviour" in international circles we are only going to be hamstrung by our own blindness. We need to kick Paki butt and to hell with what international opinion says. the way international opinions pays scant attention to Pakistan shows how much it really cares about Indian concerns.

India needs to shift into a different gear

Finally before I end this post, I ask again. What will Pakistan's future be with 140 million illiterate young people and poor social indicators? These things do not really matter. if people suffer they suffer. So what. If Pakis are suffering no one needs to care. But that won't bring the Paki elite down. We have to do what it takes to safeguard our interests

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Falijee » 07 Sep 2015 17:07

Pakis Posing As Syrian Refugees

A Pakistani identity card in the bushes, a Bangladeshi one in a cornfield. A torn Iraqi driver's license bearing the photo of a man with a Saddam-style mustache, another one with a scarfed woman displaying a shy smile.


Documents scattered only metres from Serbia's border with Hungary provide evidence that many of the migrants flooding Europe to escape war or poverty are scrapping their true nationalities and likely assuming new ones, just as they enter the European Union.


Among those who had no second thoughts about ditching their true identity was Rafik from Pakistan.

"I'm leaving my old life behind," said Rafik, who gave only his first name because he feared repercussions when applying for asylum in Germany. "I'm starting a new one."

"I don't have a passport, nor any other identity paper,"[*] he said, as he dashed under the fence into Hungary. "Let's see which country they will choose to kick me back to."


[*]The Aam Abduls of Pakistan are in the forefront of this humanitarian crisis and taking whatever advantage they can to pose themselves as innocent victims :mrgreen:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Falijee » 07 Sep 2015 17:28

Time to resolve Kashmir as per UN resolutions: Gen Raheel

RAWALPINDI: Army Chief General Raheel Sharif on Sunday said the time has come to resolve the Kashmir issue according to the UN resolutions. Answering the provocative statements of Indian leaders, he said Pakistan is ready for any ‘traditional’ or ‘non-traditional’ war, and any ‘cold’ or ‘hot start’.[*]



[*] For all practical purposes, the Bad Sharif appears to be a defacto PM of Pakistan, leaving the Good Sharif to make some odd statements here and there and "enjoy" himself on foreign sojourns or on his family estate in Raiwand, in the company of his extended family which also includes the pet animals and birds in his private zoo. :mrgreen:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Falijee » 07 Sep 2015 17:33

Covert Operation Will Be Done To Take Out Dawood Ebrahim And Hafiz Saeed- Indian Minister

Indian Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore today indicated at conducting, a covert or a special operation in Pakistan to take out Dawood Ibrahim and Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed.
In an interview with a private news channel, Rathore said that India could launch a special operation to net Ibrahim and Saeed as his country was always ready to ‘neutralize’ its enemies.
“Enemies of India should never think on the lines that we are not hammering out any planning about them,” he said.


Responding to a question, the minister said that “we are evolving a strategy against the accused of Mumbai attacks, but it should not be talked about before it is launched”.
“We might talk about it after it’s over. It depends on whether the government says, it should be a covert operation or a special operation,” he said.
India has accused Saeed of masterminding the 2008 attack on its financial capital Mumbai when gunmen killed 166 people. India also believes that Ibrahim, wanted for 1993 Mumbai bombings, was sheltering in Karachi. Pakistan denies that it shelters Ibrahim.
Answering a question, Rathore said that every available option will be used to take out the two. He said that the Indian government believed that dialogue was the best option for ironing out differences with Pakistan, but that was only possible when there was a cessation to terrorism.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Tuvaluan » 07 Sep 2015 18:47

Instead of all this posturing, Indian politicos just STFU-ing and quietly taking out these jihadis in pakistan in plausibly deniable ways and NOT talking about it in every newspaper would be a good start.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby abhijitm » 07 Sep 2015 19:03

We dont need plausible deniability to kill wanted terrorist. But I agree with partha that if we just talk without action then it looks ridiculous.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby gandharva » 07 Sep 2015 19:43

Saudi men banned from marrying Pakistani women

"Saudi Arabia has imposed a new law banning Saudi men from marrying women from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Chad and Burma"

http://tribune.com.pk/story/745015/saud ... ani-women/

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Tuvaluan » 07 Sep 2015 19:44

Pakistan is already an armed and violent place teeming with jihadis that hate the military -- it can't be all that difficult to make it seem like one of those gangs did the deed...or so it seems.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby RajeshA » 07 Sep 2015 19:52

Pakistan tries to look for new ways to infiltrate trained Jihadis into India, and tries various methods to provide them with weapons and bomb material. Read somewhere they are even considering paragliders. These Jihadis are besides "religion" also motivated with money.

India does not need to infiltrate anybody into Pakistan. Trained terrorists are already there. India does not need to furnish them with weapons. Pakistan is awash with weapons. Money can easily move across borders.

India has as such a far bigger advantage in causing hurt to Pakistanis than they can cause to India. All India needs to do is to develop Supari networks. Let's use their terrorists, their weapons to put their backsides on fire.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Shreeman » 07 Sep 2015 19:56

If there is an opportunity to do good work, bakistanis are there leading from the front -- http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/ar ... NZH_FBpage

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Vivek K » 07 Sep 2015 20:03

Totally agree Hakim ji. Only when India is prepared for naked aggression will Pukistan back down. There is no way to defend against terrorism except what was shown to work in Punjab - extermination.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby SSridhar » 07 Sep 2015 20:18

shiv, politics is amoral, international politics even more so. The country's interests remain the only constant bedrock upon which a nation's behaviour is built. No country (except perhaps India) decided to take into account issues of morality in international relations. If any country appeared to be doing so, it was only for the sake of appearance rather than being convinced that it was the right approach. Such an appearance probably brought benefits. As von Clausewitz said, statecraft is to maximize benefits while minimizing risks for the nation-state. When the US needs Pakistan more than India, it ignores the latter's transgressions. It even supports it if its needs are even more. Instances are plenty. The US directly supported the West Pakistani genocide in East Pakistan, for example. Nobody cares about how Pakistan treats its minorities or whether there is democracy there etc. However, the same US advises India about how to treat religious minorities. At the same time, international relations being completely non-linear and complex tightrope walk because of constant competing interests, the US also enters into some deals with India because Indian support is needed elsewhere. That is where diplomacy plays the role. If the US interests in Pakistan wanes because its utility has waned, it is the job of Pakistan to make itself wanted once more all over again. We have seen four marriages and separation between the two of them. There was never a full divorce and settlement of alimony though. As the current relationship reaches the same end-state, Pakistan is already working towards making itself relevant once again in the form of IS.

The concept of 'international order' is merely a lie. It is propagated to preserve the interests of a few nations as the United Nations has been clearly demonstrating for nearly 70 years now. I do not think that India has any respect for such a lie. We defied that artificial construct in nuclear disarmament. However, India has to completely eschew the idea of morality, except to be immorally moral, in its conduct of foreign relations. The only concession here is that we may choose not to appear 'immoral' just to assuage some ruffled feathers by using imaginative approaches, arguments and constructs.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Thomas Kolarek » 07 Sep 2015 20:21

If we increase the financial implications for the enemy, all terrorists related activities will come down crumbling. It can be only achieved, if India eradicates
- Underground fake rupees notes network (this is major source) - Set a target of 2 years to eradicate the whole networks across continents and measure results.
- Dawood & vice versa Gangs, crime network - Crime network leader has to go, kill Dawood at any cost. Hand over the work to Mossad or other friendly foreign intelligent agency for a price, if you don't have deep asset to do the job.
- Punish ruthlessly for every LOC mischief in the ratio of 5 to 1.
- Isolate the enemy economically by using diplomacy to cut off funds from other sources.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Tuvaluan » 07 Sep 2015 20:31

http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/india-hits-back-after-pak-army-chiefs-kashmir-remark/

Well done, GoI. Excellent change of stance here. "Only unfinished business in Kashmir for India is taking back PoK".

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby RajeshA » 07 Sep 2015 20:35

SSridhar wrote:If the US interests in Pakistan wanes because its utility has waned, it is the job of Pakistan to make itself wanted once more all over again.


As long as there is an agent in Pakistan which can offer USA the promise of being able to do its bidding of containment of India and creating chaos in heart of Asia, USA would continue to dole out money and weapons to that agent.

That agent is the Pakistani Army.

Now it is theoretically possible that some successor group to Pakistani Army could also provide the same services, but that is not a certainty as much as the current situation is.

The solution lies in either taking out the Pakistani Army from the real estate called Pakistan or taking the real-estate called Pakistan from the Pakistan Army by dismembering Pakistan.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby rajpa » 07 Sep 2015 20:37

http://www.firstpost.com/world/bjp-congress-slam-pakistan-army-chief-over-his-remarks-against-india-2424440.html

India slams Pak Army chief over his 'war' remarks, says comment shows immaturity

Delicious - the immaturity part. They could have also added "due to inbreeding".

Like so
India slams Pak Army chief over his 'war' remarks, says comment shows immaturity, due to inbreeding.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Prem » 07 Sep 2015 20:45

State will take action against those calling others infidels: Nisar :lol:
Joke of The Poak For Inbreed Islamist Loke

INBREEDINGABAD: Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Monday said the state will now take action against those calling others kafir (non-Muslim), adding that the government had already tackled hate speech and glorification of terrorists in the first phase.Briefing the media after the government’s talks with representatives from Tanzeemul Madaris, which includes office bearers from different seminaries across the country, the interior minister said both sides had agreed to take the madressah reforms process further, adding there was consensus on major issues.
Nisar said the clerics had also agreed to present audit reports of their funds, adding that the government will come up with a process to regulate foreign funding.He said both sides agreed that force alone was not enough to eliminate terrorism, with efforts on an intellectual level equally important.Nisar said a committee representing all sections of society will be formed by the interior ministry to review madressah curriculum and present recommendations.Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif called for immediate reforms in curriculum of religious seminaries in order to provide students with a world view which may help the nation counter extremism.Presiding over a session on Monday, attended by religious scholars from different school of thoughts and representatives of seminary boards 'Ittehad-e-Tanzeemul Madaris', the premier stressed upon the need for voluntary reforms in the curriculum of madressahs (seminaries) — both for imparting better education and countering extremism.He told the religious scholars that it was necessary to consult them to effectively execute the national anti-terror plan.“Religious seminaries are a valuable source of religious education but spreading hate against other sects, religions shall not be allowed”, Nawaz told the session.The religious scholars assured their full cooperation with the government in the reforms process.".[/b]

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby arun » 07 Sep 2015 20:49

X Posted from the “1965 war India- Pakistan: 50 years anniversary” thread.

Article by Sandeep Unnithan in Daily O titled “An old Indian beef: When Pakistan Navy killed a cow in Dwarka in 1965” :

DailyO

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Prem » 07 Sep 2015 21:05

Indian Flag in Balochistan

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby dsreedhar » 07 Sep 2015 21:41

Good post Shiv. I have similar observations and thoughts about International community and Pakistan.
Fully agree - "In the "international community" no one is comparing social indicators like nutrition or infant mortality when it comes to relations between states."
Pakistan is just treading along fine with its benefactors bailing it out as needed. Pakistan's economy and social situation is not as bad nor going any bad as projected. The big cities are bustling with good economic activity, infrastructure building and investments from outside coming in just fine. Aam abduls from cities migrating to western world in science professions and as students just fine. The populace is having access to all the latest digital and electronic accessories of the modern world. Now coming to aam abduls in the country side, i guess they are just happy to be religiously exploited by the elite. No revolt no change is expected from them in size in a long long time or never. Pakistan International relations have not soured any. Just some marginal ups and downs irrespective of its open proof bad behavior in the modern civilized world. So Pak elite and army will continue to do what they want.

Coming to India, no one is going to overtly support her. India should stand up on her own two feet and fight for itself and not expect any kind of support from outside states and not be concerned what the other states say/think. India has to think of her interests first and foremost to the extreme. Morals are good for people in the society but not for the states. It did not help India in anyway in the last thousand years nor will help in any way in the next thousand years.

For me it is so sad to see India is having such a hard time to get its rightful position in UNSC seat. China with its poor human rights record and not so great social indicator still has the seat. All that doesn't matter in world affairs. The common thread among all the UNSC members is military strength and willing to take action when needed. That's all matters. Only that gets respect from states either out of fear or the inclination to get on their side for support. A big soft benign developed nation is only for loot and only gets lip service.
The new team in power in India knows this and is making amends to the false policies and thinking of the past. Hope one day in our lifetime we will see India with its glory we dream of.

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Postby A_Gupta » 07 Sep 2015 22:54

I will simply point out that in a nation where the elite screw the poor, illiterate, etc.,, there are openings for foreign NGOs and their Orange, Yellow & Green Revolutions, Evangelists, Human Rights Organizations, to exploit; for Hezbollahs and Hamases, and even SIMIs (but India is not one of those banana republics).
And yes, too many nations like investors and so on also mostly think short term, so if some other nation B is providing an essential service to nation A, nation A doesn't worry about the sustainability of nation B in which a tiny elite screws everyone else. But it is unstable and doesn't last. Either nation A spends a lot in propping up the regime in nation B, or in trying to clean up the mess after the blow-up. Why the 21st century so far has been dismal for the pre-eminent superpower is because of its short-term thinking.

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Postby svinayak » 07 Sep 2015 22:59

dsreedhar wrote:
For me it is so sad to see India is having such a hard time to get its rightful position in UNSC seat. China with its poor human rights record and not so great social indicator still has the seat. All that doesn't matter in world affairs.

It is all about geopolitics. The future of large number of people ~20% of the world population Indians need to be guided for a better future.

The new team in power in India knows this and is making amends to the false policies and thinking of the past. Hope one day in our lifetime we will see India with its glory we dream of.

Indians have to work for the good future and create the future. India has the ability to choose the future it wants.
The first step was taken by voting for a new govt. India is at a cross road to define its future.

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Postby Falijee » 07 Sep 2015 23:25

Pakistan Merchants Not Allowed To Use E -Bay, Amazon And Paypal :D

However, for businesses from Pakistan, there are barriers to entry. Amazon, Ebay and Paypal do not allow Pakistani merchants to use their services for selling goods.


One reader has commented that E Bay, Pay-Pal and Amazon do not allow a Pakistani seller or any transaction originating in Pakistan, is because of the rampant fraud that takes place ( stolen C.C, not shipping items, false advtg, etc, etc ).

In the interest of objectivity, this should have been mentioned by the Express Tribune ( matter of Enchendee? :mrgreen: )

Also confirms my earlier conclusion that lies and deceit are the foundation of this artificial entity .

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Postby Lisa » 08 Sep 2015 00:03

I personally .... sheerly out of spite!

Edited by JE Menon - Thank You Lisa, but you shouldn't mention it in public.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Chandragupta » 08 Sep 2015 00:18

dsreedhar wrote:Good post Shiv. I have similar observations and thoughts about International community and Pakistan.
Fully agree - "In the "international community" no one is comparing social indicators like nutrition or infant mortality when it comes to relations between states."
Pakistan is just treading along fine with its benefactors bailing it out as needed. Pakistan's economy and social situation is not as bad nor going any bad as projected. The big cities are bustling with good economic activity, infrastructure building and investments from outside coming in just fine. Aam abduls from cities migrating to western world in science professions and as students just fine. The populace is having access to all the latest digital and electronic accessories of the modern world. Now coming to aam abduls in the country side, i guess they are just happy to be religiously exploited by the elite. No revolt no change is expected from them in size in a long long time or never. Pakistan International relations have not soured any. Just some marginal ups and downs irrespective of its open proof bad behavior in the modern civilized world. So Pak elite and army will continue to do what they want.


Sir don't quite agree with that. Their population is out of control, the government doesn't have any control over large swaths of territory where the writ of the local strongmen or warlords runs, army runs large businesses and press/civil society freedom is non existent, there is little mass employing industry - pretty much negligible industry output of any importance, it's a largely agrigarian economy in 21st century and I'm pretty sure their yield is stagnant as well. Then there is the problem of Islam of course - a confused population with no sense of belonging or heritage of culture.

All in all its a failed state by all indicators. Yes the big cities give the impression of a normal nation but even the cities are marred with horrible violence on the streets and i doubt they are attracting any worthwhile FDI.

However it needs to be pushed to disintegrate and fail completely, break apart. Only the anti-India sentiment and the baksheesh it receives from its masters is what keeps it afloat. A little push from India on the right levers will break this fragile abomination. And like you said, no one will help or let India do this easily.

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Postby abhijitm » 08 Sep 2015 01:36

^^
Other than "IT" there is only one mass employing industry in pakistan, cotton industry. If we want to hurt them bad then that is the place to look for.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Falijee » 08 Sep 2015 01:50

Pakistan Map Dreams :mrgreen:

Ever since India changed the map of Pakistan in 1971, Pakistan has been dying to do the same to India. Here are seven such maps some Pakistanis fantasize about:


Map # 1
1. Real India is only Gujarat and Bihar. Rest all are potential independent nations:


Map # 2
2. Gujarat is no longer India, but Pakistan. But a large part of India is now back to being India:


Map # 3
3. Some maps had expiry date. For example, this map was supposed to get realized by 2012. Too bad didn’t happen:


Map # 4
4. 2012 target could not be achieved, but there is one waiting to be realized in 2020:


Map # 5
5. “PakNationalists” have one more map that they think India can be broken into:


Map # 6
6. Pakistan all over India, except in 5 places:



Map # 7
7. Somehow, they don’t want Goa. Perhaps those beaches are too hot for them:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby abhijitm » 08 Sep 2015 01:51

Interesting.
After Rice visit this farce of cracking down on mad-r-ass-ass has been started.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Falijee » 08 Sep 2015 01:56

Kannadian Vijja :mrgreen:


Pakistanis most curious about immigration to Canada, UK

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Falijee » 08 Sep 2015 02:18

Comedy of Errors In Implementation Of Goods And Services Tax (GST) On The Paki Service Sector :cry:

FBR's typo spells death for services sector

This year a tax has been accidentally imposed on services providers which is silently killing many businesses operating in the formal sector. A minimum tax of eight percent on revenues was imposed on services providing companies, which is simply making many business models unviable as virtually all these businesses operate with high volumes and low margins. FBR apparently never had the intention to do so; but it just happened, it is a comedy of errors. Or perhaps a sad tale of oversight.


Theoretically this tax cannot be completely passed on. If the service providers try to do so, their consumers will not accept the associated price hike; many of them may opt for the informal segment. This tax is against the spirit of broadening the tax base. The excessive use of withholding tax has resulted in shrinking of the number of tax payers to half - 1.8 million in FY06 to 0.85 million in FY15 and minimum tax on services is even worse!


A relevant question to ask is what action was taken, if any, was taken against the bungling bureaucrats ? :roll:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Dipanker » 08 Sep 2015 04:05

India should say this every single time the Paki utter the K word.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Prem » 08 Sep 2015 04:12

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby deWalker » 08 Sep 2015 06:10

UAE and Saudi minds are asking: why are our troops dying, instead of some Turd Pakis? What are we paying them for, exactly?

Saudi-led coalition suffers deadliest day in Yemen

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby Anujan » 08 Sep 2015 06:34

The Sharif brothers are being dragged kicking and screaming to atleast cosmetically clean up the radicalization in Pakjab

http://tribune.com.pk/story/952015/govt ... k-account/

Govt, madrassas at loggerheads over freezing of bank account

The freezing of over 200 bank accounts of unregistered madrassas last week has created a new controversy. Commercial banks started freezing these accounts on the instructions of the State Bank of Pakistan, in a bid to track sources of seminaries’ funds and choke all possible means of terror funding as envisaged by the National Action Plan against terrorism.

All banks have also stopped opening fresh accounts of seminaries until they get themselves registered under a new mechanism introduced by the religious affairs ministry.


Bad Sharif, unlike Ashphuck is intent on cleaning house and putting it in order as far as domestic terrorism is concerned. He has demonstrated persistence, military power, negotiations, diplomacy and pressure from the background on politicians and the police. Obviously the Anti-India jihadis and the "good taliban" still are untouched.

If feel that if he were to take over in a Coup, India can do business with him.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby shiv » 08 Sep 2015 06:57

Here is a list of Pakistani exports taken from Wiki
Pakistan exports rice, kinnows, mangoes, furniture, cotton fiber, cement, tiles, marble, textiles, clothing, leather goods, sports goods (renowned for footballs/soccer balls), Cutlery, surgical instruments, electrical appliances, software, carpets, rugs, ice cream, livestock meat, chicken, powdered milk, wheat, seafood ...
Foreign trade of Pakistan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_trade_of_Pakistan


A video I posted in the Shitistan Multimedia thread pointed out that textiles were Pakistan's main export in 1954

What has Pakistan done in 60 years?

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan-Sept 05,

Postby shiv » 08 Sep 2015 07:01

Anujan wrote:The Sharif brothers are being dragged kicking and screaming to atleast cosmetically clean up the radicalization in Pakjab

http://tribune.com.pk/story/952015/govt ... k-account/

Govt, madrassas at loggerheads over freezing of bank account

The freezing of over 200 bank accounts of unregistered madrassas last week has created a new controversy. Commercial banks started freezing these accounts on the instructions of the State Bank of Pakistan, in a bid to track sources of seminaries’ funds and choke all possible means of terror funding as envisaged by the National Action Plan against terrorism.

All banks have also stopped opening fresh accounts of seminaries until they get themselves registered under a new mechanism introduced by the religious affairs ministry.


Bad Sharif, unlike Ashphuck is intent on cleaning house and putting it in order as far as domestic terrorism is concerned. He has demonstrated persistence, military power, negotiations, diplomacy and pressure from the background on politicians and the police. Obviously the Anti-India jihadis and the "good taliban" still are untouched.

If feel that if he were to take over in a Coup, India can do business with him.


Anujan - all this is fake. Bad Sharif is as much a fart as any of the others and has less power than Musharraf had. More than 50% of Pakistan's economy is outside the banking system and runs on cash, hawala and "services'. "Freezing bank accounts" is simply a ploy to fool Americans who think the whole world is like them - running on plastic and that freezing Bank accounts means dekhonomoney.


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