BEWARE OF KHALISTAN PERIL TO PAKISTAN-1 by Commodore Tariq Majeed PN (Retd)

British General’s Warning—to MuslimsLt-General Reginald Savory, who had served at various posts in India, wrote a paper to look into the massacres and cruelties committed by the Sikhs at Partition of India in August 1947. “This paper formed the basis of a talk on the Sikh problem which Savory was asked to give to the Chiefs of Staff in London, on 8 October 1947.” 24 Brief extracts from the paper are given below:          “In the first place, the Muslim is the traditional enemy of the Sikh. Today the Muslim is the ‘actual’ enemy. Secondly, the Sikh State of 18th and 19th centuries extended across Punjab to the mountains of the North-West Frontier. The Sikhs remember this. Thirdly, the Sikh colonies around Montgomery [renamed Sahiwal], the Sikh shrine at Nankana Sahib, the old Sikh capital at Lahore, are all not only very tempting baits but are within comparatively easy reach. The hatred of the Muslim, the memories of the old Sikh Raj (only three generations ago) and the desire to regain the fertile areas so recently evacuated are all strong incentives.” Field-Marshal Claude Auchinleck, the last C-in-C of British forces in India read the paper and said ‘I agree with all you say in this first-class paper, which puts the whole situation most clearly and concisely.’   The relevant authorities should study this warning with the utmost attention.

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Khalai makhlooq – the myth and reality

If the above be true, and there will not be one sane and sincere individual to deny it, there is a million dollar question! why did the army or “khalai makhlooq,” not interfere to stem the rot? There can be only two reasons, either the alien beings were beneficiaries of the rape of the state or they did not have the muscle and the will to stop it. As for the former, there have been one or two odd examples in the entire armed forces in the entire history of Pakistan. The latter, however, belies the fabricated and concocted assertions of the politicians.

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Model Town Massacre-The Nexus of Sharif Family & Lahore High Court Rogue Judges

Chief Justice and the Prime Minister must watch, and the Chief Justice MUST take suo moto notice in this case and call MR Ahmad Awais for a hearing.

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Behind the Shinning Veil

His take comes consistently to the World Inequality Report 2018 which asserts that India’s top 1 per cent earners’ share of the country’s income rose to 22 per cent meanwhile the income share of the bottom 50 per cent earners declined to 15 per cent over the last four decades. Similarly, as per the Standardized World Income Inequality data measured by the Gini coefficient of income inequality, India’s income inequality is much higher than that of both Pakistan and Bangladesh. Besides, poverty rates are higher in India than they are in Pakistan and Bangladesh, according to the World Bank.Wait, there’s more.  It’s called economic freedom. Published by the Heritage Foundation, the Economic Freedom report measures such things as trade freedom, business freedom, investment freedom, and the degree of property rights protection in 186 countries.  Though the two countries have ranked closely in the last couple of years, Pakistan’s ranking has consistently beaten India’s over longer periods. In fact, a closer look at the ranking components of the two countries reveals that Pakistan has fared better than India in the area of government spending, which matter a great deal when it comes to providing on welfare programs. Simply put, Pakistan has been getting ahead of India in spreading the wealth to the masses.

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Pakistan and French Rafale Aircraft deal with IAF – Big Development

In this video, you will know how Pakistan is the strongest country in the world. Pakistan JF-17 Thunder Block 3 will be a great plane in the world. Many countries are interesting to buy JF-17 from Pakistan. Pakistan is a Power country and no one can deny it. JF-17 is better than F16, F20 Tejas in all aspects.

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