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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Falijee » 15 Jul 2017 08:20

More JIT Bombshell !

Nawaz got Rs1 bn gifts from son, his firm: JIT

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is the recipient of 88 percent of the net profit earned by Saudi Arab-based Hill Metals Establishments (HME) through gifts and remittances for the six years (2010-15), leaving behind only 12 percent for the purported sole owner, Hussain Nawaz, the JIT has reported. Just like Ganja deferred to "Abbaji", Nawaz Jr is paying obeisance to his elder !
Yet another document acquired through the law firm indicates that the HME also received funds amounting to SAR59,999,860 ($15,999,963) in nine separate tranches from one Saeed Sheikh which Hussain Nawaz didn’t mention during any of his appearance before the JIT. Saeed Sheikh is maternal uncle of Javed Kiyani. Saeed was allegedly involved in sending substantial amount in traveler cheques to Javed from outside Pakistan through a personal courier (Phil Berry) which were deposited and converted into dollars bearer certificates and liquidated and handed over to Sharif family at Model Town, according to Rehman Malik report.IMO, even his die hard domestic supporters now consider him too toxic for their taste :mrgreen:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Gagan » 15 Jul 2017 08:21

The land grab has started
It will be in many forms, SEZ, Green Zones for chinese, 99 year leases, exclusive mining rights etc

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby anupmisra » 15 Jul 2017 16:16

Gagan wrote:The land grab has started
It will be in many forms, SEZ, Green Zones for chinese, 99 year leases, exclusive mining rights etc


Yes sir. But, these are all small potatoes - clueless pakis think it is a sign of chini "investments". The biggest land grab will happen when the pakis begin to default on the first two debt services and the chinis "threaten" to call in the note. In return, and of course, to save their floundering marriage, pakis will hand over the keys to their crown jewels.

In all fairness, even some pakis are now beginning to question the long term goals of their chini benefactors. The question is whether Indians should rejoice (at the pakis about to lose their HS&D) or keep raising the chini bogey.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby anupmisra » 15 Jul 2017 16:28

Bills suggesting curbs on US assistance to Pakistan okayed
Paki watered down version.

Late on Thursday, another congressional panel approved by voice vote the State and Foreign Opera­tions bill that also suggests increased restrictions on US civil and military assistance to Pakistan. The foreign affairs bill now goes to the full House for voting.
The text of the bill, released earlier this week, includes provisions to make the civil and military aid to Pakistan conditional to Islamabad stopping its alleged support to the Haqqani network and other militant groups in the South Asian regions.
Although the text focuses on the groups that fight US and official Afghan forces in Afghanistan, some groups named in the text also operate in the (sic.) "Indian occupied Kashmir".
In recent days, senior US officials and lawmakers have both sent clear messages to Pakistan, urging it to help the United States and the Afghan government defeat the Taliban militants. They also said that the failure to do so would force the United States to reconsider its relationship with Pakistan.


https://www.dawn.com/news/1345453/bills ... tan-okayed

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby anupmisra » 15 Jul 2017 16:35

'Local mafia' nominated in FIR for contamination of Islamabad's Rawal Dam

Authorities in Pakistan's capital Islamabad are investigating the possible contamination of water in Rawal Dam, the city's main reservoir, after scores of dead fish were found in a lake on the city's outskirts.
to arrange some test for determination of presence of any toxic element in the water
local mafia residing in [the] surrounding of Rawal Lake”... is accused of dumping poison in the water
the accused were engaged in illegal fishing and boating activities in Rawal Dam
this mafia has been threatening [the] department and contractor [of] [that it would] contaminate and intoxicate the water to endanger the fish and public at large
Local residents claim that for the past month, garbage trucks have been dumping waste in the lake during the night. However, authorities suspect the contamination is chemical in nature.


In plain words, slummabad residents drink garbage-laden, chemically-poisoned water. How would they know the difference?

https://www.dawn.com/news/1345490/local ... -rawal-dam

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby anupmisra » 15 Jul 2017 16:45

Breaking news.
RAW operating from Afghanistan to create unrest in Pakistan: Gen Zubair Hayat
Oh no! India's carefully paid out plans to destabilize al bakistan have been laid bare.

Pakistan is fully aware of the threats emanating from hostile intelligence agencies, especially Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), against the country and the multi-billion dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
He said these foreign intelligence agencies are operating from Afghanistan and other locations to foment unrest in Pakistan, especially in Balochistan.
"Their designs [and] oblique actions to sabotage CPEC are also well known," he said.
Pointing to the existential conventional threat emanating from India, Gen Hayat said asymmetry has reached a critical threshold in the east.Huh?
the country's armed forces are committed to undertaking "synergetic national efforts"double huh?
Gen (retd) Alam Khattak had said last year that RAW has established a special cell at its Head Quarters in New Delhi to sabotage CPEC and the plan is executed via Afghanistan
RAW and Afghan NDS have launched joint secret operations against Pakistan by using three Indian consulates in Jalalabad, Kandahar and Mazar e Sharif
Pakistan seeks a harmonious co-existence with all countries
Pakistan's quest for peace and stability is not a "one-way traffic"


Whoa! So much to digest. My yindoo-brahmin-bania-yahoodi head is spinning. My naturally born cunningness is doing double takes after my nefarious designs have been exposed by the PA-pakjabi elite.Time to pack up and leave the three consulates.

Hail see-pack.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1345483/raw-o ... bair-hayat

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby anupmisra » 15 Jul 2017 16:58

Paki tellibunny hunting tayara logo copied from "Pizza Hut". See for yourself.

Paki tayara hunting tellibunnies:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Falijee » 15 Jul 2017 17:21

Iraqi Envoy Massages Paki Ego :roll:

Pakistan helped Iraq in defeating IS, says Iraqi envoy

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan quietly helped Iraq in its fight against the militant Islamic State (IS) group, which reached a major milestone this week with the liberation of Mosul from the terrorist group’s control after three years of occupation. Pakistan was among a number of countries that supported Iraq in fighting the IS, also known by its Arabic acronym Daesh, said Ambassador of Iraq Ali Yasin Muhammad Karim at a press conference at the embassy. The presser was held to brief Pakistani media about the eviction of the IS from Mosul. The Islam Brigade Of Pakistan is strangely silent on this Iraqi ( read Shia and Iran ) victory, ably assisted by Massa Special Forces !
Pakistan’s contribution to the fight against the IS in Iraq has never been mentioned earlier either by Pakistani officials or Iraqis. ( The newspaper is most likely correct ; maybe, some few "Shia fighters" might have "volunteered", but the general perception is many "Islam pasand" fighters from Pakistan went over to Iraq and Syria to join their Sunni brethren, in fighting the Shias and the infidel Americans :mrgreen: )
Ancient Assyrian town Mosul, which is Iraq’s second largest city and was used by the IS during years of occupation as the seat of its proclaimed caliphate, was freed after a gruelling nine-month-long military campaign by Iraqi security forces that was backed by several countries. ( not Pakistan if media reports are to be believed. And definitely not Raheel and his so-called Muslim NATO Army , based in Saudia !)
Talking about Pakistan’s help, the ambassador said Iraq, besides getting intelligence on terrorists, also received arms and ammunition and military medical assistance from the country. He recalled some of the Iraqi pilots, who took part in action against the IS, had been trained in Pakistan.
Shia or Sunni pilots? The envoy needs to clarify. :mrgreen:
The ambassador said the continuing intelligence cooperation between Iraq and Pakistan could help the latter deal with the expanding footprint of the IS in the region.Underscoring the IS threat, he said, the outfit was the most dangerous terrorist group and likened its threat to “time bombs” and “booby traps”.“We share the same enemy,” Mr Karim said. IMO, the ambassador is "over the top " on this ! Iraq is majority Shia, while Pakis are allied to Sunni Saudia and definitely against Shia Iran ( although in the interest of Ummah unity, lip service is paid to Malsi brotherhood !)
While responding to a question, the envoy played down involvement of Pakistanis with IS activities in Iraq, saying that “the bad guys” represented a very small proportion of the population of Pakistan. People of over 100 nationalities, he added, were part of IS ranks. :roll:
The Iraqi ambassador called for support for reconstruction and restoration of services in the cities devastated by the war.“We need help for rebuilding infrastructure, which is the next important task,” he said. The envoy is knocking on the wrong door with reference to "reconstruction and restoration of services" . Bankrupt and insolvent Pakistan can be of no help in this matter . Islamic preachers - can be dispatched ASAP - yes ( Sunni school of thought onlee !) but no dallars, Riyals or Rupees please :mrgreen:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Falijee » 15 Jul 2017 17:28

Facebook rejects Pakistan request to link all accounts with phone numbers :D
Social media giant Facebook has refused to comply with Pakistan's request to link all Facebook accounts with phone numbers, Voice of America (VOA) reported on Saturday.
Facebook was also asked to help Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) in the country by providing them with data that they asked for. Facebook, like other MNC cannot be "ordered around" by PEMRA or any other Paki Govt Agencies. Become economically self -sufficient and /or powerful, and then only "your request" will be seriously considered :twisted:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Falijee » 15 Jul 2017 17:46

Corrupt Paki Politicos Keep Londonistan Property Market Blooming

London property fetish
Abbas Nasir

IT was sometime in 1997 that a visitor from Pakistan requested if we could drive him to Rockwood Estate, a sprawling mansion in the beautiful Surrey countryside, that had made headlines in the United Kingdom as well as at home.
If you are wondering what is being referred to here, this might help. The 350-acre (141 hectares) property is better known in Pakistan as Surrey Palace and was purchased in 1995
Asif Ali Zardari, denied he owned the property either directly or through an offshore company. It was not until 2004 that the ownership was accepted, and the property was sold for a sum said to be £4 million.
The irony is that while Asif Ali Zardari was being hammered for having purchased this property “beyond his known means”, a number of flats in London’s exclusive and prohibitively expensive Mayfair were also being bought by the family of another politician who would be ascendant soon.
Strangely, four out of five flats featuring in the Panama Papers leaks were also acquired via offshore companies in the same period 1993-96 at the exclusive London address. These companies, it was to be disclosed in the Papers two decades later, were owned by members of the Sharif family.
It was after I left for Pakistan that Avenfield House and Mr Rehman Malik’s (popularly known as Paki 007 !) home just on the other side of Marble Arch off Edgware Road would be the setting for negotiations and the signing of the Charter of Democracy by Mr Sharif and Ms Bhutto.
That MQM-L supremo Altaf Husain has lived in Mill Hill, north London for some 20-plus years and a number of other Pakistani politicians have properties in London has been a known fact. You’d be surprised how many affluent Pakistanis have second homes ( and second passports also :mrgreen: ) in London. Their number must be in the dozens if not hundreds.
You’d ask what about generals, if I were to be even-handed. Well, I don’t personally know of any who own a property in London apart from Gen Musharraf, who not very unlike the Sharifs, attributes the ownership of his flat to the generosity of Arab royalty ( sweet talked late King Abdullah of Saudia , who "obliged" him with a "few millions" !) in the oil-rich Gulf states.
The other former service chiefs who own estates outside Pakistan are former Navy chief Mansoorul Haq (a ranch in US) and former army chief Gen Kiyani who has not contradicted reports he has bought an estate in Australia. These are probably, the "Class A" crowd . Not counting the second layer lackeys, chamchas and other status seeking Pakis ( businessman, politicos, bureaucrats, sportsmen ) who are fascinated with Londonistan and who want a "second home" there !

The writer is a former editor of Dawn.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Falijee » 15 Jul 2017 18:23

"Hearsay Evidence" Used In Blasphemy Arrest Of A Christian Man . :roll:

Police arrests Christian man on blasphemy charges in Gujrat

GUJRAT: A Christian man, from Kharian Tehsil, was arrested on blasphemy charges. The police moved the suspect to another place as there were rumors that the religious groups may attack the police station. Awaam "roused". Mobs out of control ! Paki "world image" on trial !
Nadeem Ahmed, owner of an electric shop in Dinga town, filed a complaint with the police that a friend of his Ishtiaq Ahmed Jalali informed him on Thursday that a Christian sweeper allegedly had uttered remarks against the Holy Prophet. The sweeper worked at a private hospital. "Hearsay Evidence" permitted by the Book :roll:
According to Nadeem, when he asked the sweeper if he had said anything regarding the Prophet he verified the allegation and repeated the same remarks. Gujrat SP Maaz Zafar reached Dinga after the police had received the complaint.A case against the suspect has been registered under Section 295-C of the Pakistan Penal Code. Paki Police - caught between a hard place and a rock ! Damned if you do, ( wrongful arrest of a "innocent" man) damned if you don't ( mobs will burn down Thana :mrgreen: )

Lesson: you reap what you sow !!!

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Falijee » 15 Jul 2017 18:34

Vindictive Ganja Uses Machinery Of State To Punish Kaptaan And "The Shopping Mall Mullah" :mrgreen:

ATC orders seizure of Imran, Qadri’s properties

SLAMABAD - Anti-Terrorism Court Islamabad Friday issued directions for seizure of properties belonging to Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and Pakistan Awami Tehrik (PAT) chief Tahirul Qadri for their continuous failure to appear before the court in hearings of terrorism cases registered against them.:shock:

Can anyone imagine that Immy and Qadri - two Islami stalwarts of Pakiland, with tons and tons of "service to domestic and phoren Paki awaam" being accused of "terrorism" against the state. ! This is nothing but a crude and vulgar attempt to sully their name and "take revenge" against them in the wake of the devastating verdict against the sitting PM. :twisted:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Falijee » 15 Jul 2017 18:47

anupmisra wrote:'Local mafia' nominated in FIR for contamination of Islamabad's Rawal Dam

Rest snipped:

In plain words, slummabad residents drink garbage-laden, chemically-poisoned water. How would they know the difference?

https://www.dawn.com/news/1345490/local ... -rawal-dam


Anupmisra-ji:
In the light of the above, you might be interested in the below :D

Human waste found in drinking water in Karachi

The potable water being supplied to Karachi has been revealed to contain particles of human waste, according to the outrageous findings of a commission under Justice Mohammad Iqbal Kalhoro of the Sindh High Court.The Sindh Water Commission voiced indignation and serious reservations over the grave contamination of water as pipelines of potable water are receiving the sewage from the sewers.The commission report states that clean drinking water is not available across the mega city.The commission report remarked as to what is the benefit of filtration plants that fail to provide clean water.Deputy MD Karachi Water Board said the places have been identified where the water lines are getting sewerage.

Two "similar" news reports in two rival National Dailies on water quality "supplied" to the Paki Awaam . ( The Elites of course would not "touch this water" for a hundred rupees :mrgreen: ) RAA conspiracy in the making !

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Falijee » 15 Jul 2017 19:01

The Paki Deep State Has Not Forgotten The Missing ISI Colonel . In The Wake Of The Preoccupation With The JIT Judgement Against Ganja :mrgreen:

Pakistan ‘contacts’ India for Habib’s recovery

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan government has formally contacted Indian government in connection with recovery of Col (Retd) Habib. The government has also asked Indian government to take action against the Indian citizens allegedly involved in kidnapping of Habib.Well placed sources said that Foreign Ministry had written a letter to Indian government few days back in connection with recovery of Col (Retd) Habib stating that Indian citizens had pivotal role in this abduction case because Habib was called in Nepal through telephonic calls made from Indian phone numbers and from Nepal he was abducted. Therefore, Indian government should play effective role in the recovery of Habib.On the other hand Indian government has taken stance in reply to this letter that no Indian national is behind kidnapping of Col (Retd) Habib. The phone numbers given by government of Pakistan are fake.It is pertinent to mention here that it is the first formal contact made by Pakistan government with Indian authorities in connection with recovery of Col (Retd) Habib. Now why would the GOP think that the Govt of India is involved with this "disappearance" . The retired fauji from Pakistan applied for a job in Nepal , ( lucrative terms were offered and he was called for "interview" !) and disappeared in Nepal . Is it not logical for the Pakistan Govt to take this matter up with the Govt of Nepal. Does the Deep State suspect that his "disappearance" has anything to do with Jadhav's "custody" :twisted: )

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Falijee » 15 Jul 2017 19:24

The JIT Team In Now Accusing The Three "Children" Of Prime Minister Of Pakistan I.E. Maryam, Hussein and Hasan Sharif Of Misleading The Committee By Providing False, Fake, Fabricated And Incomplete Information To Hide The True Owners Of The London Property !

So, if this report were to be believed ( and there is no reason not to dis- believe it !), the whole extended "Sharif khandaan", is "corrupt to the core". Starting from the late scion of The Family popularly known as "Abbaji" , right down to the three kins of Ganja . ( Must be in the genes !). And all of them claim that they want to "serve" the Awaam ! What hypocrisy ! And this is not even counting the other "branches" of the family ( Shahbaaz, Ganja's other brothers not in the limelight !)

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Falijee » 15 Jul 2017 19:38

This Newspaper Pleads With Fauj To Do "Less Corruption" :roll:

The Holy Cows

The common perception about Pakistan’s armed forces is that they abide by the rules and they keep their code of conduct supreme. However, in the upper echelons of Pakistan’s armed forces, rules and procedures are sometimes violated. The Fauj can be handled with "kid gloves" lest the wrath of the fauj is "bestowed" on anyone daring to "challenge" it ! :mrgreen:
One recent example that can be referred to here is from a meeting of the Public Accounts Committee. Certain irregularities were found in the leasing process of the Karachi Shipyard restoration project. The Prime Minister, the supreme authority of the country, had placed a ban on the import of luxury cars. The Chief of the Naval staff violated this ban when he ordered 42 luxury cars including 2 BMWs. As someone once said, every state has an Army. But in Pakistan, the Army has a State !
Though the PAC has taken notice of these irregularities, only a warning is being issued to settle the matter. With such a light token of displeasure, accountability cannot be ensured. Unfortunately, the Parliament and its subsequent bodies are too weak to take strict action against officials of armed forces that are found guilty of misconduct. The Army, Navy and the Air Force are the "defenders" of Pakistan Ideology and it would be considered "extremely unpatriotic" to challenge their writ in any forum elected or not . Does not matter . :mrgreen:
Having said that, armed forces should give a thought to the fact that Pakistan is a poor country. The county cannot bear the expenses of extravaganzas and enormous spending to ensure a higher lifestyle that our elite is so fond of. The argument that the armed forces (or any other state service) are entitled to extra perks and privileges holds little water; it is still a duty and a job, and voluntary. Note the "pleading tone" of this Newspaper. Gives you an idea of where the real power lies !
It needs to be reminded to our military, bureaucratic and political elite that the institutional structures are still ruling through colonial means and tools of subordination. It needs to be argued that the country will be able to liberate itself only if the ruling class realises that they have a responsibility to citizens, not the other way around. The servitude tone of the Newspaper again !

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Postby anupmisra » 15 Jul 2017 20:13

Facebook rejects Pakistan request to link all accounts with phone numbers

Social media giant Facebook has refused to comply with Pakistan's request to link all Facebook accounts with phone numbers, Voice of America (VOA) reported on Saturday.
The purpose of the request was to curb the usage of fake profiles to post blasphemous content and make it easy for authorities to trace users.
The policy for creating new accounts would remain unchanged, Facebook added.
Since, February 2017, 137 blasphemous links have been blocked by the Facebook administration for viewership in Pakistan.
Facebook, in response, said that it received around 1,000 requests in 2016 from Pakistan and about 70 per cent of them had been complied with.


https://www.dawn.com/news/1345493/faceb ... ne-numbers

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Postby Falijee » 15 Jul 2017 20:14

Ganja "Spins Conspiracy Theory" Bogie To Save His Skin :mrgreen:

PM gets special report unveiling ‘conspiracy’
by Marvi Sirmed

A special report has been submitted to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on the so-called conspiracy allegedly being hatched against the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government, at the behest of the 'establishment'.Besides delineating the political situation evolving in the wake of the Joint Investigation Team's report submitted in the Supreme Court of Pakistan, the report also lists down main elements of the 'conspiracy' and proposes a strategy for the PML-N government to tackle it, Daily Times has learnt. Special Report "commissioned" to "doctor" the evidence and refute what is stated in JIT Report !
Sources close to the PM have revealed that the summary, parts of which are in possession of Daily Times, hints at the identity of those behind the 'conspiracy' against the government. "Establishment in the backdrop of JIT report, wanted to convey the Prime Minister to step down but held back its suggestion at the last moment owing to apprehension that the institution could be held responsible for the entire episode and decided instead to let the Government face the situation, as cases under sections 420 ( the "famous" Shri 420 ! Will it be "applied" to Ganja as well :roll: ) and 467 (of PPC) are likely to be registered against people like Tariq Shafi," reads an excerpt from the report.
The report carries information on what it calls 'comprehensive strategy' that the 'movers and shakers are chalking out' against the government. Is the report drafted in "Angrezi" or as per Ganja's earlier "directive", all "business of state" shall be in Urdu !
It informs the PM about key tactics that the 'establishment' will use in coming days and weeks. These include country-wide rallies in support of the JIT and the Supreme Court in order to mount pressure on the PM to resign. It makes special mention of political parties that will be 'managed' for taking out these rallies. These parties, as per the report, include Pak Sar Zameen Party (PSP), Pakistan People's Party (PPP), Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehrik (PAT). The report mentions that components of the Difa-e-Pakistan Council have also been 'managed' to provide support for street agitation. So, the "Report" depicts Ganja as some sort of a "Lone Ranger", fighting "evil" on all fronts :mrgreen:
The report says that the "anti-PM campaign/agitation would be intensified to create volatile/ugly scenes so as the situation gets to the point of being out of control". The option of staging sit-ins or holding demonstrations in front of the PM House will also be explored, it adds. So, the "Report" is tailor -made to Ganja's specifications . Similar to the bespoke suits he probably "orders" from Londonistan !
The recent volley of 'electables', who have joined the PTI, has also been attributed as part of the same 'conspiracy.' PTI would be further strengthened by 'roping more electables [SIC] into its fold and a study of such potential figures is being carried out', it holds. No anti Ganja conspiracy is complete without dragging Imran Khan- and PTI into the wider picture !
Further, the report cites efforts towards creation of a forward bloc in PML-N. "Disgruntled party leaders as well as many erstwhile PML-Q elements who joined PML-N are learnt to be holding meetings in this regard," the text says.On Friday, Daily Times reported that a forward bloc in the PML-N was in the making, and some 40 party leaders had already expressed interest. There are "unconfirmed reports" that Ganja's, once right hand man - Ch. Nisar is behind the "conspiracy" :mrgreen:
The report also suggests strategies to the PM for tackling 'this conspiracy'. In addition to the need for maintaining unity within the party ranks to block defections and prevent 'snowball effects', it proposes that the government may keep allies on its side and they should be encouraged to come forward for government's defence. The "encouragement" will probably need some sort of giving away of Ganja's substantial "tangible assets AKA " money " :D
The PM is also advised to launch a 'vibrant campaign on print, electronic and social media to highlight achievements of the government' as well as to 'discredit the JIT report'. Also included in the proposed strategy is the need for chalking out 'an elaborate administrative plan to deal with anti-government agitation/protests, particularly in Islamabad to avoid untoward situation'. Will the "clever brother" Showbaaz Sharif will also be "roped in" to "help" Ganja draft and say his mumbled speeches . And repair his "now broken image" :twisted:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby sanjaykumar » 15 Jul 2017 20:19

More tiresome 'news' from a banana republic. I think this thread should be declared defunct.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby A_Gupta » 15 Jul 2017 20:45

One desi on twitter thought that the Pak GDP was one-fourth that of India. Clearly lot of education to do.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby suryag » 15 Jul 2017 22:03

Ganja most likely needs services of PK to win elections

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Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Peregrine » 15 Jul 2017 22:10

At least Feisal Naqvi has realized the state of his country. More Power to him.

Kabhi apni shakal dekhi hai?

‘Kabhi apni shakal dekhi hai’ is an Urdu phrase which literally translates as, ‘Have you ever seen your own face?’ Like many such phrases, it is not intended to be taken literally; most people have, of course, seen their own faces. Instead, what the query asks is this: Who are you to ask questions? Are you worthy of the demands you make?

The phrase in question came to my mind last night as I witnessed some earnest discussions between Pakistani and Indian intellectuals at a dinner. One of the topics of discussion was inevitably Kashmir and all around me my fellow citizens were confidently arguing that the people of Kashmir should be allowed to fulfil their natural destiny by joining with Pakistan. But the thought which kept going through my head was: Kabhi apni shakal dekhi hai?

The purpose of this column is to ask the members of our intelligentsia, who so confidently assume that the Kashmiris are protesting and dying in order to become Pakistanis, kabhi apni shakal dekhi hai?

Our country is a mess these days: Our economy is poised on the edge of a complete meltdown. Our largest city has just gone through a phase in which more than a hundred people were shot dead at random. Our industries are crippled by a lack of electricity. We are one of the world’s most water-stressed countries and also likely to be one of the worst affected by climate change. We are driven by sectarian hatred and under assault by religious fanatics. And if there is a sensible reason for wanting to be a woman in this benighted land, I have yet to hear it.

Finding things to criticise in Pakistan is like shooting fish in a barrel. The point that I am making here relates to what I saw later on that night of détente, as I drove two first-time visitors from across the Radcliffe Line to the Old City. They were simply stunned by the familiarity of it all. For them, Lahore was a magical reconstruction of Delhi, with the Lutyens bungalows being substituted by GORs, Regal Chowk standing in for Chandni Chowk and the Jama’a Masjid transmuted into the Badshahi Masjid.

At times like these, one is prone to dream of all that could be if relations were to normalise. The Delhi-wallahs kept on babbling about how Indian tourists would love to come to Lahore and all I could think of was, you poor fools, you have no bloody idea. We have built an entire country on our hatred for you. We have dedicated ourselves to enshrining our differences, first the differences with you and now the differences amongst ourselves.

Do you really think that the architecture of otherness can disappear at the drop of a hat?

We need to take a look at ourselves, ask how we have gotten to where we are, and perhaps reconsider our assumptions. Starting from the belief that the Kashmiris want to be Pakistanis and that the ‘loss’ of Kashmir is somehow fatal to our national existence — we have dedicated ourselves to winning back what is ‘rightfully’ ours. In pursuit of that victory, we have developed only one arm of the state: The army. And in order to justify the continued pursuit of militarism, we have distorted our ideology to the point that any and all steps taken towards the larger goal of a Kashmir restored to our anxious arms are deemed to be worthy of any sacrifice by us, irrespective of the consequences. Accordingly, we have supported the forces of hate in Kashmir because they fight our wars even though that same hate then drips back into Pakistan and poisons our own bloodstream. And all of this because the Kashmiris can supposedly conceive of no better future than to be a part of Pakistan. Kabhi apni shakal dekhi hai?

I do not mean to denigrate the struggles of the Kashmiri people. They have suffered much with great courage and dignity. I fully support the right of the Kashmiris to decide their own future, whether it be independence, union with Pakistan or something completely different. But it makes no sense for Pakistan to destroy itself in supposed support of the Kashmiri cause only because it removes any rational incentive for the Kashmiris to join with us. Obviously, whether or not Kashmiris really want to join us is a question only they can answer. Frankly speaking, at this point, I can’t see why they would.

We must, therefore, now turn our efforts to healing ourselves first. After six decades of worrying about others, we need to focus on what’s wrong with us, and leave aside the problems of the world. Perhaps then this will no longer be a country sensible people want to run away from. Perhaps then, if somebody asks, “kabhi apni shakal dekhi hai?” we will be in a position to respond, “Haan, dekhi hai.”

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby pankajs » 15 Jul 2017 22:11

anupmisra wrote:Facebook rejects Pakistan request to link all accounts with phone numbers

Bakis need to ban facebook, twitter and the rest of the bestern tools and hop on to the Chinese ones. Perhaps this an be implemented under the CPEC umbrella ... masa alla.

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Postby pankajs » 15 Jul 2017 22:19

Peregrine wrote:At least Feisal Naqvi has realized the state of his country. More Power to him.

Kabhi apni shakal dekhi hai?

At times like these, one is prone to dream of all that could be if relations were to normalise. The Delhi-wallahs kept on babbling about how Indian tourists would love to come to Lahore and all I could think of was, you poor fools, you have no bloody idea. We have built an entire country on our hatred for you. We have dedicated ourselves to enshrining our differences, first the differences with you and now the differences amongst ourselves.

Folks who believe the myth of "people like us", at least who do it out of ignorance could be directed to this gem from across the border and specially this portion about the mango view from the other side.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby LokeshC » 15 Jul 2017 22:36

That is a 2011 article. I hope that guy is alive.

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Postby Peregrine » 16 Jul 2017 01:40

X Posted on the PESW Thread

Badhaiyan Ji Badhaiyan, CPEC Ko Badhaiyan, Cheen Ko Badhaiyan Aur Clapistan Ko Badhaiyan!

Pakistan import bill reaches record level at $53bn; trade deficit sharply widens by 36.32pc to US$ 32.58 Billion in 2016/2017

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s import bill has reached to a historic level of $53 billion and posted record trade deficit of $32.58 billion in fiscal year 2016/2017, according to data released by Pakistan Bureau Statistics (PBS) on Tuesday.

The trade deficit ballooned to record 32.58 billion during July – June 2016/2017, widened by 36.32 percent when compared with the deficit of $23.89 billion in the preceding fiscal year.
The primary reason for sharp increase in deficit is mammoth rise in imports, which were at $53.026 billion during the last fiscal year as compared with $44.685 billion in the preceding fiscal year, showing 18.67 percent increase.
Analysts said that significant increase in CPEC related imports and machinery imports pushed the import bill.
On the other hand, exports eased by 1.63 percent $20.448 billion in 2016/2017 as compared with $20.787 billion in the preceding year
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Postby Falijee » 16 Jul 2017 07:41

Pakistan "Surprised" By Senator McCain's Tough Stance :D

John McCain’s changed stance on Pakistan

It seems that Pakistan’s effort, over several years, to befriend Republican Senator John McCain has not paid off. One is forced to draw the conclusion after a recent statement by the 81-year-old at the heels of a trip to Afghanistan and Pakistan, which is unusually critical of Islamabad.But he was all "diplomatic" when on Paki soil !
In the past, whenever McCain – who is also the chairman of the US Senate Armed Services Committee – visited, he was given much importance. He met anyone he wanted to meet, including the President, Prime Minister and the Chief of Army Staff. He visited any place he hoped to go to in Pakistan. The Senator was amongst the first foreign dignitaries to visit North Waziristan in July 2016, after it was scrubbed of local and foreign militants. Earlier this month, he was flown, amid maximum security, to South Waziristan along with four other Senators, including another Republican, Senator Lindsey Graham. Just because he has been "Pro - Paki" in the past, does not mean that he is going to remain so forever :mrgreen:
But as the delegation landed in Afghanistan both Graham and McCain came down hard on Pakistan. “We have made it very clear that we expect they [Pakistan] will cooperate with us, particularly against the Haqqani network and against terrorist organizations,” McCain warned at a press briefing in Kabul. “If they don't change their behavior, maybe we should change our behavior towards Pakistan as a nation.” (The United State and Afghanistan claim that the Haqqani network still operates from inside Pakistani borders.) Not just claim, but they must have proof/evidence of this Paki perfidy !
Graham went a step even further. ...quoted the Senator as saying that Pakistan would be rewarded if it changed its policy and punished it if didn’t.
What, one wonders, had prompted McCain to become this critical of our country?
Could the change in his tone have something to do with the change in Washington, now under the Trump administration? It seems likely. McCain’s criticism was felt deeply in Islamabad, who considers him as someone with a positive attitude towards the country. Pakistan doesn’t have many friends left in the US Congress. It is for this reason that it actively appeals to the few it does. Pakistan and Pakistanis have still not gotten the message that in international affairs, there are no permanent friends, only permanent interests :D
But once the shock subsides, it is important to also take McCain’s blunt talk seriously. As a senior US lawmaker he may be privy to information that suggests that Donald Trump plans to get tough with Pakistan. His warning could also be Washington’s way of delivering a stark and clear message through someone considered friendly. Although Trump and McCain are not "best friends" , both of them must have seen through Pakistan's double game - which has been going on for many years. This veteran reporter has probably read the situation correctly !
There has also been talk of increasing drone strikes in Pakistan and of making economic assistance conditional on its performance in the war against terror.
None of these are welcomed changes. It is important for Washington to be mindful of the fact that any review that doesn’t take into account Pakistan’s sensitivities with regard to the Afghan situation is unlikely to make any real impact.A single policy change – punishing Pakistan – cannot work if there is no consideration of Islamabad’s concerns about the growing Indian footprints in Afghanistan. Pakistan cannot dictate to Afghanistan who it should be friendly or not friendly with . It is not the "strategic backyard" of Pakistan . :mrgreen:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby anupmisra » 16 Jul 2017 08:19

Falijee wrote:
anupmisra wrote:'Local mafia' nominated in FIR for contamination of Islamabad's Rawal Dam
https://www.dawn.com/news/1345490/local ... -rawal-dam


Anupmisra-ji:
In the light of the above, you might be interested in the below :D

Human waste found in drinking water in Karachi


Good news comes in threes, Falijee. Here the missing third piece of the trifecta knockout punch.

SHC report finds 77pc of Sindh's water unsafe for human consumption

The report, titled 'Status of drinking water, quality of surface and ground water sources in Sindh' was submitted before the SHC on Saturday
The districts included Karachi, Thatta, Hyderabad, Jamshoro, Tando Mohammad Khan, Tando Allahyar, Badin, Mirpurkhas, Tharparkar, Nawabshah, Khairpur, Sukkur, Shikarpur and Larkana.
unsafe for drinking due to contamination from physical parameters
unsafe due to the presence of high content of total dissolved solids (TDS), while 88.1pc samples had the presence of total coliforms and 33.4pc samples had faecal contamination.
It was also found that 29 (33.3pc) of the samples were contaminated with E.coli, which indicates the mixing of sewage water with fresh water sources.


In other words, pakis are drinking water mixed with shit and sewage in sindh and pakjab. This leaves b'lochistan and KPK.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1345508/shc-r ... onsumption

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Postby anupmisra » 16 Jul 2017 08:29

Economy at a tipping point
AoA and martiallaw.

AFTER about two years of consolidation and growth, the economy appears to have reached a tipping point and has resumed its slide downwards.
Two reports released back to back in the past two days make this abundantly clear. Moody’s decided on Tuesday to retain its B3 rating and outlook, but cited a long list of vulnerabilities that have opened up, particularly with the current account and fiscal deficits.
Then two days later came the IMF Article IV report, echoing many of the same concerns. After the usual bow to the positives, the Fund notes that recently “policy implementation has weakened and macroeconomic vulnerabilities have begun to re-emerge”, summing these vulnerabilities up by saying “fiscal consolidation slowed, the current account deficit widened, and foreign exchange reserves declined”.
The government argues that these trends are temporary while CPEC-related projects are implemented. Growth will resume on a stronger trajectory, we are told, once those projects come online and the corridor gets going in earnest.


All hail SeePack, the savior.

https://www.dawn.com/news/1345344/econo ... ping-point

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Postby anupmisra » 16 Jul 2017 08:32

Pakistan lose all their matches in Women’s World Cup 2017

Pakistan suffered another defeat, this time from Sri Lanka with a low margin of 15 runs. Thus their journey in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 ended with seven losses in a row, here on Saturday.


https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/21671 ... d-Cup-2017

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby JE Menon » 16 Jul 2017 09:39

>>A single policy change – punishing Pakistan – cannot work if there is no consideration of Islamabad’s concerns about the growing Indian footprints in Afghanistan.

What these fools don't realise is that the ones holding back the "growing Indian footprints" are the Indians themselves; the Americans in fact want us to have a much larger footprint. At this point, New Delhi (even under Modi) is more mindful about "Islamabad's concerns" than Washington is.

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Postby Karthik S » 16 Jul 2017 10:44

anupmisra wrote:Pakistan lose all their matches in Women’s World Cup 2017

Pakistan suffered another defeat, this time from Sri Lanka with a low margin of 15 runs. Thus their journey in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 ended with seven losses in a row, here on Saturday.


https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/21671 ... d-Cup-2017


Don't they fix women's matches?

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Postby Vikas » 16 Jul 2017 11:53

Karthik S wrote:
anupmisra wrote:Pakistan lose all their matches in Women’s World Cup 2017



https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/21671 ... d-Cup-2017


Don't they fix women's matches?


Kaffir, Women playing in front of Na-mehram deserves its own vacuum bulb explosion. Haven't you heard about meat left uncovered.

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Peregrine » 16 Jul 2017 14:30

anupmisra wrote:Pakistan lose all their matches in Women’s World Cup 2017

Pakistan suffered another defeat, this time from Sri Lanka with a low margin of 15 runs. Thus their journey in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 ended with seven losses in a row, here on Saturday.


https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/21671 ... d-Cup-2017
anupmisra Ji :

Here is the truth of the Women's World Cup.

Pakistan did indeed stand last in the above Cup's Standings.

As a Kufr Evil Indian Hindu you must realize that India stood SIXTH FROM THE LAST.

So there! Humph!!

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Postby Peregrine » 16 Jul 2017 15:08

X Posted on the PESW Thread

Govt borrowed Rs2tr to finance budget deficit in 2016-17
ISLAMABAD: The federal government borrowed Rs2 trillion for budget deficit financing in the last fiscal year, suggesting that the fiscal performance in the fourth year of the PML-N was equally worse as the performance of the PPP regime in its last year.
During fiscal year 2012-13, which was the last year of the PPP government, the country had recorded a budget deficit equal to Rs1.833 trillion including Rs480 billion circular debt payments. In contrast, the PML-N government borrowed Rs2 trillion as of June 23, and it did not include circular debt related obligations.
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Postby Falijee » 16 Jul 2017 18:40

IMF "Diplomatically Cautions" Pakistan That CPEC Is Going To "Squeeze And /or Suck Out Monies From The Economy !

CPEC outflows to peak at $4.5bn: IMF

What IMF is saying that unless "exports grow a lot", the Pakistan economy is going to see a lot of "outgoings" of foreign exchange ( obviously to pay the Chini loans) rather than the much touted incoming foreign exchange due to exports . This pessimistic view is window dressed in lot of technical verbiage and buzz words . As noted by many in this forum , Pakistan main exports are of the usual "textile and cotton items", which is very price sensitive and there are lots of "other players" who could supply the same item to western markets at a much competitive price . A deliberate strategy aimed at disrupting this "main export item" could go a long way in ensuring that Pakistan becomes an "early province" of China :twisted:

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Postby Falijee » 16 Jul 2017 18:46

Iran- Pak Border Heating Up Again :roll:

2 Iranian civilians killed in alleged cross-border attack
AFP

Two Iranian civilians were killed in an alleged cross-border attack by suspected militants on Saturday, according to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards.
A statement on the Guards' Sepah News website said, "On Saturday evening, a terrorist team... fired (ammunition) from within Pakistani territory towards the Iranian border region of Saravan. Two local workers in the region were martyred in this terrorist attack,” read the statement.The attack allegedly took place in the Sistan-Baluchistan province. Iran has accused Saudi Arabia of using "Pakistan territory" ( through its proxies !) to provoke the Iranian Govt
Pakistan had denied any involvement in the attack and termed Tehran’s threat as being against the spirit of brotherly relations between Pakistan and Iran. ( Iran is not "buying" this Ummah Brotherhood BS from Pakistan !) The border area has long been plagued by unrest from both drug smuggling gangs and suspected separatist militants.

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Postby Falijee » 16 Jul 2017 18:56

Fauji Spokesman Distances Himself From JIT Questions :roll:

'No direct army involvement in JIT'

Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor, in response to queries about speculation regarding the army's involvement in the Supreme Court-sanctioned joint investigation team (JIT) probing the Sharif family's wealth in the Panamagate case, said there is "no direct army involvement". "Every person has freedom of opinion," the DG ISPR said. People who believe that the army is doing its best for the country are not part of a campaign to discredit the institution on social media, he said, adding that those who believe otherwise "are under foreign influence". "The JIT was made by the Supreme Court. Two of its members belong to the Inter-Services Intelligence and Military Intelligence. It is a subjudice case, and it will go to court." Who is he trying to deceive ? The "Deep State" is there on the table to (i) protect its own interests ie to make sure that no negative things about Fauj are included in the JIT Report (ii) Can also apply "necessary pressure" on Ganja indirectly . Also possible that Ganja may have reached some sort of understanding with Fauj . "There is no direct army involvement in the JIT," he asserted, adding that the "Pakistan Army will continue playing its role for the security of Pakistan with other institutions." "Political talk is in the political domain.". After pulling the strings behind the scene for more than 60 years :eek:

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Falijee » 16 Jul 2017 19:13

Pakistani Activist Asma Jehangir Gives Benefit Of Doubt To Ganja Sharif :roll:

JIT report not final: Asma

LAHORE - Former president of Supreme Court Bar Association Asma Jahangir said on Friday “Let the Supreme Court decide the fate of JIT report as it was submitted before it”, and emphasised on stopping of its media trial. She said JIT report was not final and nor it was the decision of the Supreme Court. However, one can raise objection on Joint Investigation Team as it was simple an investigation team, she said. She expressed these views while talking to reporters at the premises of the Lahore High Court. Asma said fresh investigation in police cases was a usual practice and a new JIT could also be formed to reinvestigate the Panama Papers case. Being sub-judice matter, media cannot conduct programmes on it, she said. The lawyers know better how to handle it, she added. So, Ganja's (ultimate ! ) fate, legalistically speaking, is in the hands of the Paki Supreme Court, who will be the final arbiter . On the other hand, in the court of Paki public opinion, he has already been found guilty and hung out to dry. Not fair.! :twisted:


PS: Would not be surprised if the process drags on and on !!!

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Re: Sunni Terrorist Fragments of Unstable Pakistan - June 20, 2017

Postby Falijee » 16 Jul 2017 19:31

Immy Comes Out "Smelling Like Roses" In This New York Times Report In The Aftermath Of The JIT Probe :D

Pakistani Opposition Hopes for Leader’s Removal Over Corruption Case


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