Terroristan - 29 September 2017

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby yensoy » 12 Dec 2017 09:55

Mani Shankar Iyer handed it to the PM on a platter. PM should have taken the self-goal gracefully and left it at that. Targeting the ex-PM and by implication others including retired General was unbecoming of him and could have been avoided. If indeed Pakistan was trying to influence Indian elections through this meeting, the first order of business would be to cancel Kasuri's visa and escort him out. Did that happen? No. Has even a commission of inquiry been constituted?

I have no sympathies for Congress raj but this political posturing is attributing too much power to Pakistan and degrading the office of PM. But people's memories are short-lived and we will all forget about this incident in a week.

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Postby arun » 12 Dec 2017 10:06

Bangladesh ranked at 111, well ahead of the Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting Islamic Republic of Pakistan rank of 137, in the 149 country/admin territory Legatum Prosperity Index 2017.

By militarily detaching Bangladesh from the exploitative clutches of the Punjabi Military Dominated Deep State of the Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting Islamic Republic back in December 1971, India has done a great service for Bangladeshi prosperity:

Legatum Prosperity Index 2017

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby abhijitm » 12 Dec 2017 10:16

Congress is partying, dining with pakistanis is out in open on front page of every goddamn newspaper in india. People do not read headlines they read between the lines.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby arun » 12 Dec 2017 10:47

An entirely misleading description in the headline as events in the Mohammadden Terrorism Fomenting Islamic Republic of Pakistan suggests that rather than a case of transformation from peaceful to violent a more fit description would be to say a transformation from less violent to more violent.

Pakistan's Barelvis – Transformation from peaceful to violent?

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Postby Vips » 12 Dec 2017 11:18

Reports are also now coming in that a serving pakistani army officer accompanied Khurshid Kasuri to mullah Aiyar's house. Congress is unable to tackle BJP politically and is even ready to commit treason to come to power as evidenced from Pappu meeting Chinese Ambassador during the Doklam standoff and now meeting the pakis during the ongoing Gujarat elections.

The treasonous first family simply wont let BharatVarsh prosper. The sins of Mohandas Gandhi in vetoing congress committee's choice of Sardar Patel as Independent India's first prime minister and imposing the philanderer Nehru on India will haunt as forever.

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Postby chetak » 12 Dec 2017 11:31

Vips wrote:Reports are also now coming in that a serving pakistani army officer accompanied Khurshid Kasuri to mullah Aiyar's house. Congress is unable to tackle BJP politically and is even ready to commit treason to come to power as evidenced from Pappu meeting Chinese Ambassador during the Doklam standoff and now meeting the pakis during the ongoing Gujarat elections.

The treasonous first family simply wont let BharatVarsh prosper. The sins of Mohandas Gandhi in vetoing congress committee's choice of Sardar Patel as Independent India's first prime minister and imposing the philanderer Nehru on India will haunt as forever.


If true, the bugger could only have come in on a paki diplomatic passport.

Its high time that all paki access to India, except India accredited paki embassy staff be thoroughly scrutinized and stopped at the ports of entry.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby chetak » 12 Dec 2017 11:36

abhijitm wrote:Congress is partying, dining with pakistanis is out in open on front page of every goddamn newspaper in india. People do not read headlines they read between the lines.


slimy worm infested guest list.

did the discussions center on Indo pak peace process or the Indo pak piece process??

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby sunnyP » 12 Dec 2017 15:51

A Pakistani diplomatic passport does not allow visa free entry into India. Someone actually gave these assholes a visa. That’s not really surprising given that Imran Khan and Sheikh Rashid the self confessed Kashmiri Jihadi sponsor were given visas to watch Pakistan-India clash in the ICC World T20 in Kolkata in 2016.

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Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Peregrine » 12 Dec 2017 16:23

Irked by PM’s absence, new IMF director cancels visit to Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) top man for Middle East and Central Asia Jihad Azour has postponed his scheduled visit to Pakistan due to non-availability of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi.
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Postby chetak » 12 Dec 2017 17:06

Vips wrote:Reports are also now coming in that a serving pakistani army officer accompanied Khurshid Kasuri to mullah Aiyar's house. Congress is unable to tackle BJP politically and is even ready to commit treason to come to power as evidenced from Pappu meeting Chinese Ambassador during the Doklam standoff and now meeting the pakis during the ongoing Gujarat elections.

The treasonous first family simply wont let BharatVarsh prosper. The sins of Mohandas Gandhi in vetoing congress committee's choice of Sardar Patel as Independent India's first prime minister and imposing the philanderer Nehru on India will haunt as forever.


was this a meeting of some components of the Indian deep state ??

no reason why so many Indian "worthies" should have attended the meeting with the pakis.

looks like at least one ex PM is still in the run for the imagined no bell.

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby SSridhar » 12 Dec 2017 17:48

I am particularly dismayed by the attendance of Gen. Deepak Kapoor. We all know about Man Mohan Singh especially after his Sharm-el-Sheik fiasco and his repeated desire to visit his native place in West Punjab even after 26/11 and the duplicity of the Pakistani state. But, Gen. Kapoor? Why?

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby SSridhar » 12 Dec 2017 18:19

Chabahar and the region’s future - Edit, DT
The presence of Pakistan’s Minister for Maritime Affairs Hasil Bizenjo at the ceremony where the first phase of Chabahar Port was inaugurated by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani holds a great deal of significance. It was indeed a clear message by Iran that it is not ready to undermine its relations with Pakistan, despite the ongoing collaborations with India.

Iran reportedly requested Pakistan days before the inaugural event to send a minister-level delegation for the ceremony. The Iranian authorities did not just send a formal invitation but followed up on it and ensured that Pakistan’s representatives attend the ceremony.

Some analysts had feared Pak-Iran ties would be affected in the wake of Pakistan’s participation in the Saudi-led military alliance ‘against terror’, but Pakistani officials have reportedly assured Iran that the country would not become a part of any venture that singles out the western neighbour. Perhaps that is why Iranian government also felt the need to make it clear that the country is not up to something that would affect Pak-Iran ties. This move was important because a hype was created by hawkish elements in Indian media about Iran singling out Pakistan. But Pakistan’s participation in the ceremony indicates that both countries hold no grudges against each other. Iran’s positive gesture in this regard should be duly welcomed by Pakistan and we should refrain from becoming a part of any regional plan to isolate Iran.

Meanwhile, authorities in Pakistan and India should take advantage of this opportunity and start considering how Chabahar and Gwadar ports can play a complementary role and enable the two neighbours to move beyond the shadows of their past and towards a future of economic cooperation.

President Rouhani has already stated that Gwadar and Chabahar Ports will complement each other.
This is precisely how it should be. *

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 12 Dec 2017 18:52

Uproar in Paki National Assembly as government holds back Fata reforms bill

ISLAMABAD: A last-minute decision by the government to once again delay the presentation of the Fata reforms bill on Monday led to uproar in the National Assembly, and opposition members announced a boycott of house proceedings until the much-delayed legislation was introduced.
Soon after the Question Hour, a number of opposition members stood up and lodged a strong protest over the government’s move to withdraw the bill from the agenda at the eleventh hour. The issue was first highlighted by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) allied Fata MNA Shaha­buddin Khan, and later by Fata parliamentary leader Shah Jee Gul Afridi. [The Pakjabis and their allies in KP Province, who want to ramrod this important piece of legislation, reversing at least a century of of British Colonial Legislation ( and guarantees to the "Tribals") should think twice about its effects , specially when the whole FATA region ( particularly the Khyber Agency and adjoining Peshawar ) is up in arms and innocent men, women and children are branded as "terrorists", and the Paki Army's unsuccessful attempt to fence the artificial Durand Line]
The intensity of the protest increased when two federal ministers — Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Sheikh Aftab Ahmed and Minister for States and Frontier Regions (Safron) retired Lt Gen Abdul Qadir Baloch — failed to give a satisfactory reason for the government’s decision to put off the introduction of a bill seeking to extend the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and the Peshawar High Court to the tribal areas. As the British found out, the Tribals will not be cowed down, specially now with the "new Islamic zeal" :mrgreen: !!!
Lawmakers, mostly from Fata and the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), chan­ted anti-government slogans, tore up the copies of the agenda and gathered in front of the speaker’s dais before staging a walkout, led by Leader of the Opposition Syed Khursheed Shah. If this legislation is implemented, pseudo Pathan, Imran Khan and his PTI party will in theory at least, gain more influence there !
It should be remembered that on Friday, the government had announced on its own that the Fata reforms bill would be tabled in the National Assembly on Monday.
Speaking at a hurriedly-called news conference at the Press Information Depa­rtment, Mr Baloch and Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Sartaj Aziz had declared that the legislation process for mainstreaming Fata would be completed on a fast-track basis. Sartaj, the aged Sarkari Pathan from Charas-sadda, probably has his own Agenda on this !
Responding to the opposition protest, Sheikh Aftab said the government had “withdrawn” the bill as it required some more work. He declared that the bill would be laid before the house within the next three to four days.Taking the floor, Oppo­sition Leader Syed Khursheed Shah disclosed that the Safron :roll: minister had telephoned him earlier to seek his support for the bill, and said he was surprised to see that the bill was missing from the agenda.
“What happened all of a sudden? Why has [the bill] been excluded [from the agenda]? ” he asked. Probably "direct orders" from Ganja Sharif , who is in bed these days, politically speaking only :D , with Achakzai and Maulana Diesel, both anti- Imran and therefore pro Nawaz !
Although the parliamentary affairs minister had not cited any specific reason for the move, Deputy Speaker Murtaza Javed Abbasi said the minister had stated that the bill had been withdrawn due to “technical reasons”.Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) parliamentary leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi demanded that the parliamentary affairs minister should be asked to satisfy them and explain the “technical reasons”.
The government had delayed the Fata reforms process when its allies Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman and Pakhtunkhwa Mili Awami Party (PkMAP) president Mehmood Khan Achakzai opposed the Fata package, which also calls for the merger of Fata with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.Mr Qureshi warned that the people would come out on to the streets and that a caravan led by the Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) from the tribal areas was already on its way to Islamabad. So, the PTI of Imran Khan is in bed with the Jamaat -i- Islamis , who in turn are against Maulana Diesel of JUI !
Later, opposition members staged a walkout, leaving behind PTI’s Amjad Ali Khan to point out a lack of quorum. The deputy speaker then adjourned proceedings until Tuesday (today) without taking up any other item on the agenda, due to a lack of quorum. Interesting times ahead for "Paki Democracy" :D
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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 12 Dec 2017 19:01

The Persecuted Shia Hazara Community Of Quetta

Quetta's Hazara: The community caged in its own city
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Close to 1,000 victims of militant attacks are said to be buried in the cemetery of the Mari Abad district of Quetta.Some of the graves are clustered together, where family members have been buried side by side.The district in south-west Pakistan is almost entirely populated by the minority Hazara community, which belongs to the Shia sect of Islam. For decades they have been targeted by sectarian extremists using suicide bombings and targeted shootings.Daoud Agha, president of the Balochistan Shia Conference, is defiant: "Children have been orphaned, wives have been widowed, but we will never abandon our faith." The Taliban and their Sunni allies have been specially cruel to these Shia Hazaras not only in Pakistan but also in Afghanistan !
This year more than a dozen Hazaras have been killed in and around Quetta, but in the past the annual death toll was far higher. In 2013 more than 200 were killed.But for the Hazara community the reduction of violence has come at a cost, its members are now effectively living in ghettos that many describe as a prison.
The response from the Pakistani authorities to the wave of violence against the Hazara has been to build walls blocking streets leading to their districts from elsewhere in the city, or place military checkpoints along them.There are no longer attacks inside Hazara areas, but elsewhere in the city they have continued to be targeted.As a result the Hazara community has been confined to two parts of the city; anyone who wants to enter them is questioned by soldiers. The checkpoints may be for the safety of the residents, but they aren't popular.
Ali Reza lives in Quetta's only other Hazara district, Hazara Town. The community is split between these two enclaves, and many fear they will be targeted if they try to travel from one to the other. Ali Reza and his friends do visit Mari Abad - they like taking photos of each other with the mountains surrounding the district in the background, but they don't tell their families.Another of his friends, whose father was murdered in a targeted shooting, says wistfully: "If security was better we could invite guys from other communities to join us and learn parkour too. But at the moment it's not safe enough to even meet them." The Hazaras draw moral and financial support from their brethren in Iran . And they are also branded as "Iranian Agents" by the Pakistanis as well as the Taliban !

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Postby Falijee » 12 Dec 2017 19:11

March Of The Mullah Brigade :mrgreen:

JI marches towards Islamabad to seek merger of Fata with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Thousands of residents of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) and members of the Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) are marching towards Islamabad and have announced they will camp at D-Chowk if the government does not take immediate steps to merge Fata with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The JI's long-march, which started from Peshawar's Bab-i-Khyber, is aimed at exerting pressure on the federal government to revoke the Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR) and merge Fata with KP before the 2018 general elections. Another "Khadim Rizvi" going to emerge from this "Long March" :mrgreen:
Meanwhile, the opposition in the National Assembly staged a walkout from the Monday session after they discovered that the Fata Reforms Bill — which was initially included in the agenda for the day — had been removed from the revised agenda.Subsequently, a large number of Fata residents protested vocally outside Parliament House. The protesters demanded the merger of Fata with KP. Imran and his allies in KP Assembly have a lot to gain if this legislation is passed, hence the pressure !
PTI leader Shah Mahmood Qureshi addressed the protesters...
"The reason is that the government and the parliament have surrendered before two people," he alleged, referring to Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam chief Fazlur Rehaman and Mahmood Khan Achkzai of the Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party — who have both opposed the move. Govt should proceed with caution on this very important bill which will reverse at least a century of British era rules and regulations which have given the Tribals a lot of autonomy
On Sunday, PTI chief Imran Khan had said that his party wanted to see the merger of Fata with KP taking place before the 2018 general elections as a further delay in this regard could provide another opportunity to militants to “get hold of the area”. One person's militant, is another person's freedom fighter. And by the way, Imran is not considered a "blue blood" Pathan by many :D

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby Falijee » 12 Dec 2017 19:20

Imran Khan Sheds His Carefully Cultivated Liberal Image And Shows His Islamic Colours :mrgreen:

Liberals are dangerous
S. Akbar Zaidi

PAKISTAN’S liberals ought to be utterly flattered now that a potential prime minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, has suggested that they are the most dangerous constituency in the country, and that these liberals are so well organised and politically relevant, that they ‘seek blood’. These words must sound particularly reassuring to Pakistani liberals, each morning, as they read their English-language newspapers and the many articles and editorials which have been written about and after the Faizabad dharna. Imran Khan in his true colors at last !
Almost without exception, every newspaper has lamented the fact that Pakistan has lost its purpose and direction, that the non-state actors and right-wing Islamic parties have taken over both political and public spaces, and that the state of Pakistan has capitulated to the demands of such Islamists. Reading such editorials and articles, Pakistani liberals must breathe a huge sigh of relief, and offer thanks, for being recognised as such a powerful political and social entity, at a time when, one presumes, they were thoroughly heartbroken and despondent. Imran Khan has given them hope and much-needed reaffirmation.
Yet, one can understand why Imran Khan considers liberals to be dangerous. For one, they want society to be tolerant of differences, even religious belief, and they would want religious minorities to be equal citizens having equal rights. Some, sadly though not all, liberals might even want equal rights for women in society, while many others want peace in the region supporting better relations with India. Liberals might even advocate for better and increased public services. But these are just well-meaning desires, and unless liberals represent themselves as organised political actors and entities, not only will they not be dangerous, they will continue to remain completely irrelevant. In Pakistan Islamic environment, liberal is a four letter dirty word :mrgreen:

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Postby Falijee » 12 Dec 2017 20:04

The (Fauji) Staged Visit To North Waziristan

Progress and Peril in North Waziristan
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December 11, 2017
Interesting article and lots of interesting details, but ultimately the Pakistanis showed them what they wanted them to see. Lots of unanswered questions :D

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

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Falijee wrote:Imran Khan Sheds His Carefully Cultivated Liberal Image And Shows His Islamic Colours :mrgreen:

Liberals are dangerous
S. Akbar Zaidi

PAKISTAN’S liberals ought to be utterly flattered now that a potential prime minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, has suggested that they are the most dangerous constituency in the country, and that these liberals are so well organised and politically relevant, that they ‘seek blood’. These words must sound particularly reassuring to Pakistani liberals, each morning, as they read their English-language newspapers and the many articles and editorials which have been written about and after the Faizabad dharna. Imran Khan in his true colors at last !
Almost without exception, every newspaper has lamented the fact that Pakistan has lost its purpose and direction, that the non-state actors and right-wing Islamic parties have taken over both political and public spaces, and that the state of Pakistan has capitulated to the demands of such Islamists. Reading such editorials and articles, Pakistani liberals must breathe a huge sigh of relief, and offer thanks, for being recognised as such a powerful political and social entity, at a time when, one presumes, they were thoroughly heartbroken and despondent. Imran Khan has given them hope and much-needed reaffirmation.
Yet, one can understand why Imran Khan considers liberals to be dangerous. For one, they want society to be tolerant of differences, even religious belief, and they would want religious minorities to be equal citizens having equal rights. Some, sadly though not all, liberals might even want equal rights for women in society, while many others want peace in the region supporting better relations with India. Liberals might even advocate for better and increased public services. But these are just well-meaning desires, and unless liberals represent themselves as organised political actors and entities, not only will they not be dangerous, they will continue to remain completely irrelevant. In Pakistan Islamic environment, liberal is a four letter dirty word :mrgreen:


mark my words.

If this jehadi sob is ever elected as the paki PM, he will be welcomed in india like royalty and he will wilfully make it his first port of call.

lootyens bimbos and female tv anchors will cream their victoria's secret knockoffs.

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Postby Falijee » 12 Dec 2017 20:22

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Dec 11

First PPP's leadership and their cronies owning sugar mills harrass and abuse sugarcane farmers by not buying sugarcane at Govt approved mills and then use police to beat up farmers when they exercise their democratic right to protest.

Police use force to disperse protesting farmers near Bilawal House - HQ Of Dus Percenti And His Family !

KARACHI: A farmers' association protesting at Bilawal Chowrangi attempted to move towards the Bilawal House following which police used force to disperse the demonstrators. The farmers were protesting against the sugarcane rate set by the government. Due to security reasons, both roads in front of Bilawal House were closed for traffic but were later opened after the protesters were dispersed. These are probably haris - poor farmers of Larkana, Sind , protesting against their waderas- landlords like Bilawal Bhutto of Larkana :mrgreen:
Police dispersed the protesters by using water cannons and batons and later carried out a search operation in adjoining lanes of the area to ensure the protesters do not gather again. The PPP led Govt of Sind , is beholden to the Zardari- Bhutto family, so this is no surprise !
On November 29, the provincial government, after a month-long delay, fixed the official procurement price of sugarcane and announced commencing its crushing season.
The price at which the crop will be made available to buyers was fixed at Rs182 per 40kg (maund). The decisions were taken by the provincial Sugar Cane Control Board in a meeting presided over by Sindh Agriculture and Home Minister Sohail Anwar Siyal.
However, despite the fixing of the price, the sugar mills are yet to begin crushing the crop. Due to the feudal system still prevailing in Pakistan - even after 70 years of its existence- ( while the same was abolished by Nehru in 1947), the farmers, who do the actual work- do not get the benefit of their labour and hard work in terms of a reasonable living wage . Waderas like Bilawal and Dus Percenti usurp their earnings !!!


PS: Altaf Bhai's MQM wants to do away with this system , but this system is well entrenched in the whole of Pakiland :mrgreen:

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Postby Falijee » 12 Dec 2017 20:46

CPEC : Hiccups And Indigestion :roll:

Work on three CPEC projects halted till China’s approval, says planning minister
Updated December 12, 2017

ISLAMABAD: China has halted the release of funds for three projects under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) till the revision of its ‘financial mechanism’ by Beijing, Minister for Planning and Develop­ment Ahsan Iqbal confirmed on Monday.According to an official press release issued by National Assembly Secretariat, the minister informed the 25th parliamentary committee meeting on CPEC that the Chinese side was reviewing the financial mechanism of these projects and work on them would restart after receiving approval from Beijing.Mr Iqbal could not convince the committee members as to why the Chinese government had opted for a new financial mechanism and scrapped the previous one which was agreed upon by both countries. One more indicator of the Chini-fication of Pakistan :D . The master ( China ) determines the terms and conditions . The servant ( Pakistan ) has to comply :twisted:
It was reported that China had temporarily stopped funding some projects, particularly those related to the road network under CPEC, till a further decision on ‘new guidelines’ by Beijing. Earlier "rumours" confirmed !
When contacted, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) leader Asad Umar, who is also a member of the parliamentary committee, said he had raised the issue of suspension of Chinese funds at the meeting, which was chaired by Senator Mushahid Hussain Syed.The members, he said, were informed that China was revising the infrastructure projects under its “financial review”. China orders ! Pakistan complies ! US orders ! Pakistan salutes! Saudis deport Pakis ! Pakis stay mum !
Another member of the committee, Al-Haj Gul Khan Afridi, said they were told that China had not stopped financing the CPEC projects but raised some ‘technical objections’ to three NHA road projects. A team of Chinese experts would arrive in the country soon to inspect the three NHA projects, he added. Soften the blow :roll: . The Chinis are not that easily fooled (with fictitious invoices :D ) as the Amreekis
However, a senior NHA official rejected the government claim that work on the three road projects of the authority had been halted on technical grounds. “It is not true that China raised objections to the projects because these had already been approved at the 6th Joint Cooperation Committee (JCC) meeting held last year,” he said. Wonder if the Paki fauj is somehow involved in this shenanigans . Have they siphoned off some funds and the Chinis are smelling something :mrgreen:
Ahsan Iqbal informed the committee that the Karachi Circular Railway project had been approved for CPEC, while similar projects for Quetta and Peshawar would be reviewed in accordance with the technical feasibility reports. So, the CPEC is not a "gravy train" as many Pakis thought it would be :mrgreen:

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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby krithivas » 12 Dec 2017 21:03

17 senior Indian leaders to meet 1 ex-diplomat before a major election. This was no casual meeting. PM Singh promptly issued a written statement after PM Modi's charge, When was the last time Madame Tussaud's most-favorite-model ever move a muscle? They were also prepared for the blow-back.

SSridhar wrote:I am particularly dismayed by the attendance of Gen. Deepak Kapoor. We all know about Man Mohan Singh especially after his Sharm-el-Sheik fiasco and his repeated desire to visit his native place in West Punjab even after 26/11 and the duplicity of the Pakistani state. But, Gen. Kapoor? Why?

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Postby rsingh » 12 Dec 2017 21:04

SSridhar wrote:I am particularly dismayed by the attendance of Gen. Deepak Kapoor. We all know about Man Mohan Singh especially after his Sharm-el-Sheik fiasco and his repeated desire to visit his native place in West Punjab even after 26/11 and the duplicity of the Pakistani state. But, Gen. Kapoor? Why?


Saar. Retired Generals, Ambassadors,Senior level secretaries and even RAW heads have tendency to give weird statements and write very controversial articles. They are no longer in power and they want to show that they still matter. This weakness is exploited by agencies. Useful idiots.

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Postby Falijee » 12 Dec 2017 21:09

Profile Of "Fraudster Dar" :D

The insider: Ishaq Dar
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The Sharifs’ financial wizard is finally taking a break. After four-and-a-half years of being the most powerful cabinet member in the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) government, Ishaq Dar has at last quit as finance minister. But the decision was neither easy nor prompt. Dar had to face a damning court judgment in the wake of the Panama Papers, have non-bailable arrest warrants issued against him, as well as be declared an absconder by an accountability court trying him for accumulating wealth beyond known sources of income, in order to reach that very conclusion. He is now entitled to a three-month leave before he ceases to be a federal minister. Three long months. Much can change in that time. And it has already begun to. One can only imagine the pressure, this fraudster brought about on his own. The intricate financial dealings on behalf of Paki state, his juggling of Ganja's financial shenanigans, his public humiliation in Paki courts. And then the final assault on his physical health :D
Dar is the closest to the Sharifs. He is family. He has personally managed the Sharifs’ finances for nearly three decades. When Nawaz was the prime minister, Dar was his unannounced deputy. When Nawaz was ousted, Dar was his inside man in Shahid Khaqan Abbasi’s cabinet — as the mega minister. He was PMLN’s one-window financial operation. And now Ganja who is still "enjoying" his "freedom", has left his confidant to the "Dogs Of Deep State" :mrgreen:
When funds needed to be channelled for development projects and electoral effect, it was Dar’s budgetary sleight of hand and administrative manoeuvring that made it possible. In his retracted confession in the Hudaibiya Paper Mills case, he admitted to opening bank accounts under fake identities to launder money on behalf of the Sharifs. This makes him the key that unlocks the door to the allegations of corruption against the Sharifs’, the family’s Achilles’ heel. Will he turn state approver to save his "own skin" ? Time alone will tell. IMO, blood is thicker than water.
Many heads have rolled in the PMLN during its current stint in power. But some roll easier than others. Punjab law minister Rana Sanaullah was sacked for a year in 2014 over the Model Town killings in Lahore. The proverbial "noose around the thick Islamic neck of Dar" is getting closer and closer !
Pervez Rasheed was let go without even a whimper after a report published by Dawn exposed a confrontation between the government and military in October last year. Nawaz’s advisor Tariq Fatemi was also removed from his post to appease the military when the latter turned up the heat on the same story. The latest casualty was law minister Zahid Hamid, who was forced to resign after days of protests from an enraged mob of clerics and agitators over a ‘clerical error’ in the wording of an oath taken by lawmakers.
The noose is getting tighter and the ring of fire closing in on itself. The party has few friends left. Religious leaders are upset, the Pakistan Peoples Party – a friendly opponent thus far – has vowed to bring down the PMLN and the establishment has its own set of ideas for what it wants the party to be. Nawaz has come to naught. And now: Dar’s departure. But will he return from his hospital bed in London? He is married to Ganja's sister ! Most of the extended clan is firmly ensconced in Londonistan and probably "depends" on Dar's experience as a London trained CA to sail them out of "choppy financial waters" :mrgreen:
Law will play a part. Nawaz Sharif has repeatedly vowed to face the courts and all accusations of corruption. He has left his ailing wife in London to come back to fight his battles, insisting he has been unfairly treated. Will his daughter’s father-in-law do the same? The family tree becomes more complicated through inter-marriages and inter-marriages, and then they wonder why the off springs are not born "normally" :mrgreen: !
Danger lies whichever way Dar chooses to tread. Come back and fight, risk disqualification, perhaps even more if the Hudaibiya Paper Mills case reaches a quick conclusion. Or stay in London to wait for the storm to subside and lose legitimacy in the public eye. Either way, he will lose political capital. So will the PMLN and the Sharifs. IMO, doubt that he will return to Pakiland ! May even ask for political asylum, if he does not have a British passport already ! :D



Dar "Faking" His Heart Problem : Paki Judge :roll:

Ishaq Dar doesn’t have a serious heart problem: Report

ISLAMABAD – Accountability court Judge Mohammad Bashir in a detailed judgement said that the under-trial former finance minister does not seem to have a serious heart condition. The guy is in a London Hospital for God's sake :x
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Postby Falijee » 12 Dec 2017 21:17

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Khurram Dastgir-Khan‏ @kdastgirkhan
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All hail the new Quislings...
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Dus Percenti "forced" by circumstances to save the "family business" . Through Oxford educated, Zardari Junior ( AKA Bilawal) is not up to the job and is no match for the "rough and tumble" of Paki Politics . He will be "eaten alive " (politically ) . And therefore, Dus Percenti is back from his short-lived retirement from politics. There were earlier rumours that father-son are not on "speaking terms" :mrgreen:

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Paki Army Chief "Acting" ( Or maybe not :mrgreen: ) As Pakiland's Foreign Minister :roll:

Pakistan views Palestine issue at par with Kashmiris’ plight, Gen Bajwa assures envoy

RAWALPINDI – The Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said Pakistan will continue extending support to the principled stance on Kashmir and Palestine regardless of the so-called reality of occupation. He was talking to Ambassador of Palestine in Pakistan Walid A. M. Abu Ali, who called on him at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi on Tuesday, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said. They now have a 24-7, Sialkoti Foreign Minister, ( Asif ) as opposed to the part time Pathan ( Sartaj) who was "caretaking" the portfolio in the "olden days". So, why is Bajwa intruding into matters that are non-fauji. Paki "democracy" is robust and vibrant under the watchful eyes of the Army :mrgreen:
General Bajwa reassured the ambassador that Pakistan views the unresolved Palestine issue at par with the Kashmir issue
.The Ambassador knows who is the power behind the throne. He bypassed Asif and went to the "source ". And he also got lucky with this "bombastic statement" from Bajwa :mrgreen:
The army chief said both issues have unequivocal public, moral and political support of the Pakistani nation. “We will continue to support the principled stance on both regardless of the so-called reality of occupation,” Gen Qamar was cited by the military’s media wing as saying. The meeting comes after US President Donald Trump recognised Jerusalem as capital of Israel last week. With the Arab League in session and IOC in Turkee "behind" the Arabs, the timing could not have been more right. Moreover, with India "silent" on the issue, the impression is being given of a "diplomatic oneupmanship". Pakistan one. India zero :mrgreen:
The ambassador thanked the Army Chief for Pakistan’s support to the Palestinian cause.
Separately, Saudi Defence Minister Mohammad bin Abdullah al Aeysh also called on General Qamar Bajwa to discuss regional security and bilateral defence cooperation.
The Saudi defence minister lauded the professional standing and performance of the Pakistan Army. So, if Bajwa is "quite busy" with Foreign Affairs, who is looking after military matters :twisted:
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Postby Bart S » 13 Dec 2017 00:13

Peregrine wrote:Irked by PM’s absence, new IMF director cancels visit to Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) top man for Middle East and Central Asia Jihad Azour has postponed his scheduled visit to Pakistan due to non-availability of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi.
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So someone called Jihad does not want to go to Pakistan? What is this world coming to? :lol:

Falijee wrote:Paki Army Chief "Acting" ( Or maybe not :mrgreen: ) As Pakiland's Foreign Minister :roll:

Pakistan views Palestine issue at par with Kashmiris’ plight, Gen Bajwa assures envoy

RAWALPINDI – The Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said Pakistan .......
The army chief said both issues have unequivocal public, moral and political support of the Pakistani nation. “We will continue to support the principled stance on both regardless of the so-called reality of occupation,” Gen Qamar was cited by the military’s media wing as saying.


What is a so-called reality? Either its reality or its not! Shows how innately prone to delusions they are.

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Falijee wrote:The (Fauji) Staged Visit To North Waziristan

Progress and Peril in North Waziristan
Michael Kugelman
December 11, 2017
Interesting article and lots of interesting details, but ultimately the Pakistanis showed them what they wanted them to see. Lots of unanswered questions :D


And now this just in , which confirms "Paki Window Dressing" for optic reasons , not only in North Waziristan but in other Tribal Agencies as well !

Army officer, 21, among two martyred killed in North Waziristan terrorist attack

RAWALPINDI – At least two troops of Pakistan Army was martyred during a terrorist attack in North Waziristan on Tuesday. According to Inter-Service Public Relation (ISPR), the incident took place when suspected terrorists open fire on a vehicle of security forces. In the attack, 21-year-old Second Lieutenant Abdul Moeed and Sepoy Basharat embraced martyrdom. died ! So, all is not well in North Waziristan that Michael Kugelman, an apologist for Pakistan was led to believe in his well -orchestrated tour !
Abdul Moeed recently passed out from Pakistan Military Academy and belonged to Burewala, Vehari. ‘He was the eldest of four siblings and loved me very much’ said the mother of the deceased soldier.However, Sepoy Basharat is a resident of a village in Gilgit-Baltistan.On the martyrdom of young troopers, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa said: “Freedom isn’t free, it costs sons of the soil. Freedom that we enjoy today is owed to so many such bravehearts. Salute to our Martyrs”. While one Paki general ( Bajwa ) is singing paeans domestically, another Paki general -for-hire has gone abroad to seek his fortune ( Raheel) and is now organizing Shia killings in Yemen for his "new master" in Saudia :mrgreen:

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Postby Falijee » 13 Dec 2017 00:58

PEE I A NEWS !


News # 1Allah Ka Shukria That This Went Well :twisted:

Woman gives birth to baby girl on PIA flight
All is fine for once :mrgreen:

News # 2 PIA’s Roosevelt Hotel not to be sold, clarifies PM Abbasi

Wrong judgement call IMO, by the US educated Paki PM. Properties offered for sale under distressed conditions fetch less. Make hay while the sun still shines :twisted:

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Chakwalis Mete Out Their Own Version Of Justice To An Abdul Suspected Of Illicit Relationship With "Their" Ayesha :roll:

Youngster stripped, tortured brutally for illicit relationship in Chakwal

CHAKWAL – A young boy who was alleged to have illicit relations with his suitor was stripped and brutally tortured in Chakwal district of Punjab, it emerged on Monday.According to the application filed by the victim Muhammad Khan, he was heading to Chakwal from Manwal area when the relatives of the teenage girl – alleged to be his suitor – intercepted him and physically tortured him
In his application, the victim nominated relatives and cousins of the girl named Mohsin Shehzad, Masood Safdar, Farrukh Abbas, Zeeshan Zafar, Hassan Raza, Shahid Riaz and Azhar who, according to him compelled him to stop as he was on his journey.
The boy continued that in the meantime, a few unidentified individuals, who were identified as Riaz, Tahir, Imran, Asif, Ali Abbas and others gathered around him and snatched his motorcycle, a wallet carrying around Rs 3100, national identity card and ATM card.
He stated that the groups then forced him to a nearby house where another individual Wali Dad shaved off a side of his eyebrows and moustache, Daily Khabrain reported. A sign of humiliation and a violation of a man's human right !
Muhammad Khan while recording his statement said that after the inhumane treatment, the above-mentioned group forced him into a rickshaw from where they travelled a few kilometres away from the ‘Khoday’ village.The most shameful and brutal part of the whole incident was when the victim was stripped, tied to a tree and was tortured, a video footage of which was also made by Zeeshan Zafar and Shahid Riaz. Has the video gone viral yet :roll:
Muhammad Khan while detailing as to why he was subjected to the treatment, expressed that the abductor Shahid Riaz suspected that he used to visit their home in their absence.He stated that the abductors kept him in illegal confinement and deprived him off his cash and valuables.
Soon after the application was filed, ASI Zameer Hussain, on the instructions of DPO Chakwal arrested five individuals including father and brother of the girl while a search for the remaining suspects is underway.

Of Note: Pakistan has been elected to be a Member Of The United Nations Human Rights Council by UN members :twisted:

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US Govt Threatens Pakistan With Aid Cut-Off ! Internet Service Providers ( ISPs) Threaten Paki Govt With Internet Cut Off To Govt If Taxes Not Withdrawn :mrgreen:

Withdraw Taxes or We Stop High Speed Internet Rollout: ISPs to Govt

Internet Service Providers have asked federal government to withdraw newly imposed regulatory duty on Optic Fiber Cables if it wants FTTH (Fiber to the Home) to grow in the country.It maybe recalled that Government imposed 20% regulatory duty in October 2017.It might be astonishing for readers to note that this newly imposed regulatory duty on Optic Fiber Cable is on top of the following (already in-place) hefty taxes:
Customs Duty: 20%. Sales Tax: 17% . Value Added Tax: 3%. Advance Tax: 5.5% (which is not adjustable for the telecom industry)
Tax imposition and tax collection, specially , is a chronic problem in Pakiland , as WB, IMF and other lending institutions have pointed out in their many reports. "Tax" appears to be a foreign and UnIslamic concept. Even, the so-called zakat tax is not being enforced. Examples of non payment of taxes include Ganja Sharif, Dus Percent Zardari, and Kaptaan Imran Khan.So why should the Aam Abduls as consumers be burdened with the same :mrgreen:
These taxes are in addition to freight and other premium deployment charges that telecom companies and internet service providers incur to get their network up and running in the country.With such enormous amount of taxes, 20% additional regulatory duty will mean that government is in actuality trying to stop ISPs and telecom companies from operating in the country. Aam Abduls seems to be taxed to the hilt, while income derived from Agriculture - which is the main source of income for Dus Percenti and Ganja Sharif and many other politicians and landowners is not subject to income tax , so the tax base is very narrow !
SPs, considering the situation, have written to the Ministry of IT demanding that the government re-consider its decision of imposing regulatory duty on FTTH lest it hurt the country’s uptake of high-speed broadband.They also noted that Universal Service Fund projects are going to be impacted with the decision as well. ISPs said that any further expansion plans will have to be rolled back if decision is not reversed in near future.

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Postby Falijee » 13 Dec 2017 03:43

Further Proof Of Chini-fication. It Is China Who Determines What Should Be Prioritized "Into" CPEC , Not Pakistan :mrgreen:

China does not prefer Hattar over Rashakai as priority Special Economic Zone: ministry

ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Planning, Development and Reforms on Tuesday clarified that the propaganda that China prefers Hattar over Rashakai as priority Special Economic Zone is absolutely untrue and the speculations in this regard are out of context and one-sided.
A spokesman for the ministry, Asim Khan, said that the Rashakai Economic Zone site has been identified by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government as priority location, approved for inclusion in CPEC by 6th Joint Cooperation Committee held on Dec 29, 2016 in Beijing.
He said that the zone site has been preferred by the KP government due to its location on M-1-Peshawar to Karachi Motorway which under CPEC Transport Plan is part of Western and Eastern, both the corridors. The impression that all falls on Western route is incorrect, he stressed. All the Paki Provinces are 400% itching to jump on the CPEC bandwagon ( IMO, one of these days the "bandwagon" is going to crash because of overloading !) but it is the master ( China ) who determines the rules and not the servant (Pakistan ) or the servant's servant ( Paki Provinces ). That is being made clear through this so-called clarification :mrgreen:

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Postby Falijee » 13 Dec 2017 03:53

Nawaz, Dar meet in London to discuss vital issues

Most likely plot some sort of strategy to help each other as both are in financial and political trouble with the "Deep State" who is out to get both of them or their (i) massive corruption (ii) so-called pro-India policies (iii) criticizing the army directly or directly (iv) not being "Islamic enough" . I would say more concerned about "saving their own skin", than the reportedly "vital issues" :mrgreen:

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Postby Falijee » 13 Dec 2017 03:59

World leaders in Paris seek cash for climate crunch

Pakistan has already made a "good case" for climate change, as it will be "one of the first" countries to be affected by this coming man-made disaster . Cash is being disbursed ! Pakistan should stand in line, specially if it is GRANTS not LOANS :twisted:

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Postby Falijee » 13 Dec 2017 04:16

Another "Free Trip" For Showbaaz. This Time To Turkee Not Tajikistan :mrgreen:

Social media abuzz over CM Punjab’s historic participation at OIC summit :roll:
Well, who can deny this fact that the Chief Minister of Punjab , Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif is a popular figure all over Pakistan because of his exceptional governance, and willingness to perform in toughest situations. However, now it is the international community that are extremely fond of the Punjab chief minister's visionary thinking, and for this reason, many of international leaders interact to have his opinion on various matters. ( height of sycophancy :roll: )
The Punjab chief minister this time is participating in the extraordinary summit of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Istanbul, Turkey,...
Shahabaz is especially invited to have his concrete opinion on this imperative matter. This truly is an admiration by the Muslim Ummah to the Punjab chief minister's grip on international issues, and hence, his views will be given special consideration is this significant meeting. Are his two pardanashin wives tagging along as well for the "free ride" . Empty suitcases purchased for the shopping spree in Istanbul. Custom officials at La-Whore Airport informed of the incoming merchandise bound for Jati Umra, DUTY FREE :mrgreen:
Within Pakistan, the people of other provinces now have also become a huge fan of the Punjab chief minister’s incredible approach towards governance. Particularly, through their tweets, they openly appreciate the development steps taken in Punjab under Shahbaz Sharif’s regime as historic initiatives,... :(( Just a few years ago, he was "rumoured" to be suffering from "brain cancer". He should ensure that he takes his medications to Turkee , lest he opens his mouth undiplomatically !

One Abdul who does not believe all the BS about Show-Baaz
Muhammad Fahad Asif @mfahadasifmirza
Replying to @CMShehbaz

In what capacity are you going there? And if you are going as CM Punjab, why aren’t other CMs accompanying? :D

Because his brother is Nawaz Sharif. And that is why , you stupid person !!! :D

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Postby Falijee » 13 Dec 2017 05:09

Pakistan State Oil ( PSO) Warns Airports And Airlines Of Coming Aircraft Fuel Shortage :D

Oil Crisis

The country is now hit by an oil crisis as a result of shutting down of local refineries and the inability of the oil companies to meet the demand of the market. This has affected the smooth functioning of aviation and security aircraft. The Oil Companies Advisory Council (OCAC) declared that due to the cut down of supply, the oil companies had to scale down their production but now it has reached a point of complete shutdown and it is affecting the jet fuels. So, Pakistan will not be able to service the (few ) foreign airlines that still are taking the risk to land here. The Paki Fizaya ( AKA PAF ) has probably got "first rights" on this "precious commodity", so the notification probably does not apply to them :mrgreen:
This problem started developing in October after the shutdown of oil based power plants. If such a move was to be taken, an effective policy should have been drafted to meet the demands of the market. This issue has now entered its sixth week and by now, Pakistan State Oil (PSO) - which is the largest fuel supplier in the country - is advising its clients to keep additional fuel on the jets and refrain from refuelling as much as possible. Debt ridden PIA should take "due note" lest its decrepit planes run out of fuel in mid-air :mrgreen:
he airports of Lahore, Islamabad, Multan, Sialkot, Faisalabad and Peshawar were declared in a dry out position by PSO and will soon be compelled to declare NOTAM - a situation where a Notice to Airmen – is issued to alert aircraft pilots of potential hazards along a flight route or at a location that could affect the safety of the flight. Non payment of bills to foreign countries / foreign companies is most likely the cause . Pakistan should send a "begging delegation" to Saudia. Maybe, Raheel should play his role "and put some good words about this to his employer MBS " :mrgreen:
This should be a clear call to action for the authorities, especially the Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. He is also the Petroleum Minister and has an understanding of the aviation business. He also owns an airline himself. He has the right amount of experience and knowledge to push for a feasible solution at the moment, which is why a delay in the process would only result in the problem persisting and becoming larger than it is. PM Abbasi has got too many things on his plate right now . Showing symbolic support for the Ummah cause of Jerusalem by flying to Turkee , is the easy way out, rather than tackling the nitty -gritty of a knotty problem like shortage of jet fuel. As a Petroleum Minister, it is probably beneath his Echendee to fix this "trivial problem". Moreover, due to his status as PM, his airline does not have this shortage problem. The "good old" sifarish card always helps ! :mrgreen:

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Postby Falijee » 13 Dec 2017 05:26

PAKI CLOWNS ( real ones!) IN NOKO :roll:


DPRK News Service‏ @DPRK_News

Famous Clown from Pakistan entertains children to great delight, smoking copious cigarettes and shouting at women.

PS: Is there not an UN sanctions regime in place in N.K. What is the quid -pro-quo on this one. POTUS should take "due note " :mrgreen:


PPS: Who is this "famous clown from Pakistan" . Famous by Paki standards, obviously . Deep State Agent doing " double duty " as a clown :roll:

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Postby Gagan » 13 Dec 2017 08:46

^^^
Didn't know that Xerox khan is in NoKo to share Paki Teck-no-logy

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Postby arun » 13 Dec 2017 11:06

Falijee wrote:PAKI CLOWNS ( real ones!) IN NOKO :roll:


DPRK News Service‏ @DPRK_News

Famous Clown from Pakistan entertains children to great delight, smoking copious cigarettes and shouting at women.

PS: Is there not an UN sanctions regime in place in N.K. What is the quid -pro-quo on this one. POTUS should take "due note " :mrgreen:


PPS: Who is this "famous clown from Pakistan" . Famous by Paki standards, obviously . Deep State Agent doing " double duty " as a clown :roll:


DPRK News Service is a Spoof Twitter account.

See for example here:

The Men Behind the Infamous Fake North Korean Twitter Account : The DPRK News Service is not actually the DPRK’s news service—but it’s the closest peek behind the curtain we may get.

And here:

North Korea’s news service barely needs to be spoofed, but this duo nails it

Meanwhile:

Raging orangutan escapes from Pyongyang Zoo; is persuaded to return to captivity by calming words of Marshal Kim Jong-Un.

1:42 PM - 9 Dec 2017


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Re: Terroristan - 29 September 2017

Postby chetak » 13 Dec 2017 13:17

chetak wrote:
abhijitm wrote:Congress is partying, dining with pakistanis is out in open on front page of every goddamn newspaper in india. People do not read headlines they read between the lines.


slimy worm infested guest list.

did the discussions center on Indo pak peace process or the Indo pak piece process??

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Some names of those who met Ex-Pak FM Khursheed Kasuri in Delhi:
MMS/Soz/MS Aiyar: Cong
Hamid Ansari: Ex-VP
MY Tarigami: CPIM
Kapil Kak: Ex-AVM
OP Shah: Ex-Justice
VP Vedic/Sujat Bukhari/Jyoti Malhotra: Journalists
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