HAMID MIR ATTACK, A BLACK OPS TO DEMONIZE ISI GLOBALLY, GEO AND HAMID MIR FAMILY OF KASHMIRIS SERVING FOREIGN INTERESTS

GEO has been a Trojan Horse of India and US in Pakistan Media. It is the most admired channel in India and depicts Indian culture as a heritage of Pakistan. However, that is far from the truth. If it was so, then Pakistan should have stayed as a part of Colonial Empire and never opted for Independence.INDOPHILE GEO & HAMID MIR FAMILY TRYING TO PIN HAMID MIR ATTACK

ON PAKISTAN

INTELLIGENCE AGENCY ISI

Hamid Mir said ‘hold ISI Chief responsible in case of attack’: Amir Mir

“This visit has provided me so much inside knowledge of United States and also given me direction to gain more knowledge about USA. It will ultimately help me during my documentaries, reports, talk shows and newspaper articles to discuss issues of both countries in a more balanced way and with new approach as I will always compare the situation with my new perspective which I gained during this visit.” Shabbir Ahmad, Producer, Geo TV, Islamabad

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ANGRY STUDENT IN INDIA CRUSHES HINDU god SHIV’S PENIS, AFTER FAILING COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAM (SSC):SHIV LOSES HIS IDOLHOOD

Two brothers from Panvel have been arrested for uploading a photograph on a social networking website depicting one of them desecrating a Shiva lingam.

Police had arrested the duo while they were at a relative?s house in Panvel on Thursday. Both the accused were laying low after the photo they uploa..

http://www.mid-day.com/news/2012/aug/020812-mumbai-Man-stamped-on-Shiva-lingam-after-failing-SSC-exams.htm

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NOAM CHOMSKY: UNDER CORRUPT AND REGRESSIVE NAWAZ SHARIF, PAKISTAN HAS NO FUTURE

Noam Chomsky: Under corrupt and regressive Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan has no future Professor Emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Noam Chomsky, is without doubt the most widely heard and read public intellectual alive today. Although trained in linguistics, he has written on and extensively critiqued a wide range of topics, including US foreign policy, mainstream media discourses and anarchist philosophy. Chomsky’s work in linguistics revolutionised the field and he has been described as the ‘father of modern linguistics‘. Professor Chomsky, along with other luminaries such as Howard Zinn and Dr Eqbal Ahmad, came into prominence during the anti-Vietnam War movement in the 1960s and has since spoken in support of national liberation movements (and against US imperialism) in countries such as Palestine, El Salvador and Nicaragua. In fact, his prolificacy in terms of academic and non-academic writing has earned him a spot among the ten most cited sources of all time (alongside Aristotle, Marx and Plato). Now in his mid-80s, Professor Chomsky shows no signs of slowing down and maintains an active lecturing and interview schedule. Here we caught up with him to get his views on upcoming Pakistani elections, American influence in the region and other issues. As a country which has spent almost half of its existence under some sort of direct military rule how do you see this first ever impending transition from one democratically-elected government to another? Noam Chomsky: Well, you know more about the internal situation of Pakistan than I do! I mean I think it’s good to see something like a democratic transition. Of course, there are plenty of qualifications to that but it is a big change from dictatorship. That’s a positive sign. And I think there is some potential for introducing badly needed changes. There are very serious problems to deal with internally and in the country’s international relations. So maybe, now some of them can be confronted. Coming to election issues, what do you think, sitting afar and as an observer, are the basic issues that need to be handled by whoever is voted into power? NC: Well, first of all, the internal issues. Pakistan is not a unified country. In large parts of the country, the state is regarded as a Punjabi state, not their (the people’s) state. In fact, I think the last serious effort to deal with this was probably in the 1970s, when during the Bhutto regime some sort of arrangement of federalism was instituted for devolving power so that people feel the government is responding to them and not just some special interests focused on a particular region and class. Now that’s a major problem. Another problem is the confrontation with India. Pakistan just cannot survive if it continues to do so (continue this confrontation). Pakistan will never be able to match the Indian militarily and the effort to do so is taking an immense toll on the society. It’s also extremely dangerous with all the weapons development. The two countries have already come close to nuclear confrontation twice and this could get worse. So dealing with the relationship with India is extremely important. And that of course focuses right away on Kashmir. Some kind of settlement in Kashmir is crucial for both countries. It’s also tearing India apart with horrible atrocities in the region which is controlled by Indian armed forces. This is feeding right back into society even in the domain of elementary civil rights. A good American friend of mine who has lived in India for many years, working as a journalist, was recently denied entry to the country because he wrote on Kashmir. This is a reflection of fractures within society. Pakistan, too, has to focus on the Lashkar [Lashkar-i-Taiba] and other similar groups and work towards some sort of sensible compromise on Kashmir. And of course this goes beyond. There is Pakistan’s relationship with Afghanistan which will also be a very tricky issue in the coming years. Then there is a large part of Pakistan which is being torn apart from American drone attacks. The country is being invaded constantly by a terrorist superpower. Again, this is not a small problem. Historically, several policy domains, including that of foreign policy towards the US and India, budget allocations etc, have been controlled by the Pakistani military, and the civil-military divide can be said to be the most fundamental fracture in Pakistan’s body politic. Do you see this changing with recent elections, keeping in mind the military’s deep penetration into Pakistan’s political economy? NC: Yes, the military has a huge role in the economy with big stakes and, as you say, it has constantly intervened to make sure that it keeps its hold on policy making. Well, I hope, and there seem to be some signs, that the military is taking a backseat, not really in the economy, but in some of the policy issues. If that can continue, which perhaps it will, this will be a positive development. Maybe, something like what has happened recently in Turkey.

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Our defenders are hurting By Shaukat Qadir

No politician attended the burials of Chaudhry Aslam or that brave teenager, Aitzaz Hassan, whose father’s words ring constantly in my ears. He stated, “I have one son left and will be proud to see him die the same way, saving the lives of others”, from the murderous ilk of Hakimullah—the martyr?

It did me proud to see the army paying homage to the police officer and that valiant Aitzaz.

Beware you blind fools. Beware. Aitzaz is our future. Not Hakimullah. Don’t bet on the wrong horse, unless you have no political future.

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ISLAMABAD PROSTITUTES ARE DOING ROARING BUSINESS UNDER NAWAZ SHARIF/ZARDARI & PMLN/PPP PATRONAGE: A HISTORICAL LOOK AT THEIR ROLE IN DESTRUCTION OF PAKISTAN

PAKISTAN IS BEING DESTROYED FROM WITHIN

LOTS OF CENTRAL ASIA WOMEN WORK FOR FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES INCLUDING RAW

ISLAMABAD PROSTITUTES USE FACEBOOK IS USED TO CONNECT TO JOHNS OR CLIENTS

PAKISTAN THINK TANK IS ALERTING PEOPLE OF PAKISTAN ON WHAT IS GOING ON IN “ISLAM” ABAD UNDER NAWAZ SHARIF & ASIF ZARDARI’S LEADERSHIP. THE PATRONS OF THESE PROSTITUTES ARE PAKISTAN’S ELITE, MNAs,MPAs From PUNJAB, SIND, KPK, & BALOCHISTAN.

ISLAMABAD PROSTITUTES SERVING BHUTTO,YAHYA, KHAR NOW BACK IN BUSINESS WITH CENTRAL ASIAN AND HIRA MANDI WOMEN:

HOW THEY HARM PAKISTAN-GENERAL RANI, A HISTORICAL ROLE MODEL

FACEBOOK PORTAL BEING USED BY PROSTITUTES:

Islamabad Aunties sex

ISLAMABAD PROSTITUTES SERVING BHUTTO,YAHYA, KHAR

NOW BACK IN BUSINESS WITH NEW CROP OF CENTRAL ASIAN WOMEN FOR PMLN/PPP MNAs:

BY

NAWAZ SHARIF/ASIF ZARDARI’S/PMLN/PPP’s

GENERAL RAHEEL SHABBIR

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PAKISTAN ARMY TAKE NOTICE

PAKISTAN IS BEING DESTROYED FROM WITHIN

LOTS OF CENTRAL ASIA WOMEN WORK FOR FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES INCLUDING RAW

ISLAMABAD PROSTITUTES USE FACEBOOK IS USED TO CONNECT TO JOHNS OR CLIENTS

PAKISTAN THINK TANK IS ALERTING PEOPLE OF PAKISTAN ON WHAT IS GOING ON IN “ISLAM” ABAD UNDER NAWAZ SHARIF & ASIF ZARDARI’S LEADERSHIP. THE PATRONS OF THESE PROSTITUTES ARE PAKISTAN’S ELITE, MNAs,MPAs From PUNJAB, SIND, KPK, & BALOCHISTAN.

ISLAMABAD PROSTITUTES SERVING BHUTTO,YAHYA, KHAR NOW BACK IN BUSINESS WITH CENTRAL ASIAN AND HIRA MANDI WOMEN:

HOW THEY HARM PAKISTAN-GENERAL RANI, A HISTORICAL ROLE MODEL

FACEBOOK PORTAL BEING USED BY PROSTITUTES:

Islamabad Aunties sex

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Role of Tribesmen of FATA

Quaid-e-Azam’s Pledge. I reckon, it was because of their laudable role in the 1948 Kashmir war and their solemn pledge to remain loyal to Pakistan and to defend the western border against foreign aggression at all cost that Quaid-e-Azam during his address to tribal Jirga at Peshawar on April 17, 1948 agreed to the demands of the tribesmen to be governed by British contrived flawed FCR instead of laws of Pakistan and to retain their Rawaj which is close to Shariah and to keep FC troops only along with forts, and to continue with Khasadari system. MA Jinnah promised that the government will extend all possible help in building the tribal belt and in removing socio-economic and educational deficiencies. Lord Curzon was ordered to withdraw regular troops from Waziristan within 48 hours. Article 247 provides details of the agreement.

Wars with India. Pakistan went to war with India in 1965 and in 1971. Each time, Pak Army was able to pullout 7 and 9 Divisions from Peshawar and Kohat for its offensive options because the people of FATA took care of the western border. In the war against Soviet forces, FATA became the base of operation and training ground for local and international Jihadis which led to the miraculous victory against next door super power. One of the reasons of this classical victory was that national psyche matched with national policy. During 2008/09 military standoff with India, Baitullah Mehsud announced that in case of Indian aggression, TTP fighters would fight along with Pak Army and provide thousands of suicide bombers. His announcement deterred India. While the tribesmen fulfilled their pledges, Pakistan government didn’t and kept FATA under developed and neglected.

1948 Declaration. It was honored by all the civilian and military rulers which helped in keeping the people of tribal belt in the loop. Gen Musharraf’s u turn on Afghanistan was against the national policy and in conflict with national psyche. He broke the 1948 agreement without taking the elders of FATA into confidence and not only inducted Army in Waziristan but also launched series of operations to target foreign militants and their sympathizers at the behest of USA. These actions were viewed by the tribesmen as breach of trust and betrayal and they decided to confront the State forces.

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Shaikh Rasheed Interview With Dr.Shahid Maqsood: Nawaz Sharif Mud-Slinging on Pakistan Army

Shaikh Rasheed Interview With Dr.Shahid Maqsood: Nawaz Sharif Mud-Slinging on Pakistan Army

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Nawaz Sharif’s Predicament

The civilian leadership can secure itself against military intrusions by creating a credible civilian governance system that enjoys widespread popular support. This is only possible if electoral legitimacy is coupled with performance legitimacy by good governance and a moderate and accommodating political management.
If the ultimate sanction of the military’s clout is its organisation, discipline and control of instruments of violence, the civilian leaders derive strength from popular support. However, popular support cannot be cultivated without performing in three major civilian domains. First, good governance and delivery of services to the common people and keeping economic pressures on them under check.
Second, an accommodating and cooperative interaction with the out-of-power political and societal forces. What matters here is how far other political and societal forces are willing to support the government at the operational level. If the government establishes a tyranny of majority and keeps all political adversaries under check, the political environment cannot stay harmonious and cooperative over a long period of time. Divided and fragmented political forces cannot command the political system vis-à-vis the military.

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WE SALUTE OUR SHERDIL, NOW STANDING GUARD ON GATES OF JANNAT : Captain Hassan Abid Shaheed.

Annaya with her Dad’z Coffin…( Daughter of Capt. Hassan Shaheed )

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KASHMIRI BIRADARI OR CLAN OF NAWAZ SHARIF THROUGH EYES OF HISTORY: Absolutely Wicked Kashmiris will Destroy the Land They Rule

If you find a snake don’t kill it;
but if you find a Kashmiri it is another matter

~ Indian memories (1915) by Robert Baden-Powell. Another one from it:

Many chickens in a house befoul it:
many Kashmiris in a country spoil it

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Kashmiri bas Kashmiri guft
Kash miri ki man khalas shavam

Kashmiri desires the destruction of his fellow countryman

~ Kashmiri Pandits by Pandit Anand Koul, 1924.

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“a snake in his morals and a fowl in his manners”

The Kashmiri bears an evil reputation in the Panjab, and indeed through-out Asia. Proverbs liken him to a snake in his morals and to a fowl in his manners, and men are warned against admitting a Kashmiri to their friendship. Moorcroft writes of the Kashmiri, ‘ Selfish, superstitious, ignorant, supple, intriguing, dishonest and false, he has great ingenuity as a mechanic and a decided genius for manufactures and commerce; but his transactions are always conducted in a fraudulent spirit, equalled only by the effrontery with which he faces detection;’ and Drew admits that they are ‘ false- tongued, ready with a lie, and given to various forms of deceit.’ Hugel has nothing good to say of the Kashmiris, and it is a matter of history that in the Mutiny the Kashmiris of Ludhiana turned against the English, and in the Settlement Report of the Kangra district the Kashmiris of Nurpur were spoken of unfavourably by Mr Barnes. But it must be remembered that Moorcroft was speaking of the city people, and that the Kashmiris of Ludhiana and Kangra were the shawl-weavers, who are the lowest and meanest of the population, and it would not be fair to apply Moorcroft’s epithets to the villagers as a body. He admits, too, that the vices of the Kashmiris are not innate, but are due to the government under which they lived. ‘ The natives of Kashmir have always been considered as amongst the most lively and ingenious people of Asia, and deservedly so.

~ The valley of Kashmir (1895) by Sir Walter Roper Lawrence.

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