There is extreme intolerance, says Shah Rukh and Aamir Khan

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  1. Bornubus

    Bornubus Chodi Bhakt & BJPig Hunter Senior Member

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    Don't know about that but pakis have extra hatred for sikhs as they ruled over punjabi musalman for a long period of time turned their religious place into stables,banned their Azan and massacred several Muslim 1947 and took muslim women as wifes in revenge.

    As for the military Pakis had a post by the name of QAID POST in Siachen for 3 years it overlooked Indian positions in Siachen which was too disadvantageous for us, in 1987 under operation Rajeev a sikh Bana singh (JAK LI) occupied this post after frying the Paki soldiers.

    Now the Qaid post is known as Bana post lol.
     
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    Screambowl Ghanta Senior Member? Senior Member

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    people from our mountain division must play more and more role in infowar, proxy war and security, obviously majority from these himalayan states are in security only . Because, they are the ones who do not believe in just defense but also offence, it is not easy for intruders to make them intellectually weak. India can only gain territory and ideological advantage under their command in current age.
     
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  3. kafir kaur

    kafir kaur Regular Member

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    yeah, i know paki hatred for sikhs. goto any youtube partition video and see the coments by pakis lol.
    its only when khalistan topic comes, their fake love for sikhs oozes out.
     
  4. Bornubus

    Bornubus Chodi Bhakt & BJPig Hunter Senior Member

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  5. hit&run

    hit&run Elite Member Elite Member

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    One can not be a patriot who evoke secularism conveniently. If you do not know the pathogenisis of a conflict; do not offer remedy.

    My Tweet sent to him. (Just playing with straight bat)
     
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  6. Bornubus

    Bornubus Chodi Bhakt & BJPig Hunter Senior Member

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    I agree that we should take the fight to the enemy unlike our defensive posture which we have under most of the govt in power.

    Remember when khalistan militancy was going on there were simultaneous Bomb blasts in pak allegedly by RAW,we should do the same under BJP govt.

    Plus We have several advantages this time compared to 80s like Baluch mercenaries and Pashtun/pathan who will blow up his own family for Rs 500.
     
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  7. thethinker

    thethinker Senior Member Senior Member

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    Another bhaijaan sermonizing the virtues of Pakis to be allowed to work in India.

    Note the last line - "Bollywood has a huge number of fans in Pakistan and earns a good share of income from the neighbouring country.”

    This is why so many Bollywood flicks of late are basically into Wagha Candle Worshipping and pro Paki in nature. Who gives a damn about being patriotic or even slightest concerned about the same Pakis trying to infilitrate or destroy India as long as box office revenues keep on coming.

    You can’t stop Pak artistes from working in Bollywood: Salman Khan

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/bolly...salman-khan/story-LuuyJbtWNaDDeTwqiEfUbN.html

    Reacting to the recent debate over prohibiting Pakistani artists from working in our country, Bollywood star Salman Khan has said that art and entertainment have no boundaries, adding that they shouldn’t be mixed with politics.

    “Now that everything is digital, Indians love to watch each and every entertainment show, including popular Pakistani shows . So, art and entertainment have no boundaries. Entertainment is evaluated by what common people want to watch,” Salman said.
    Salman added that politics and art needn't mix because both countries are fond of each others' entertainment industry.

    “Politics and art should not be mixed. This is not what common people want,” Salman Khan said, adding, “If someone wants a Pakistani actor who can portray a role better, nobody can put a constraint. Bollywood has a huge number of fans in Pakistan and earns a good share of income from the neighbouring country.”
     
  8. Vishwarupa

    Vishwarupa Senior Member Senior Member

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    SRK has 8 filmfare awards. A quick guide on how he can return them to expose the intolerance in India:
    Award 1 - Return it for being strip checked at the US Airport.
    Award 2 - Return it for being banned at Wankhede Stadium.
    Award 3 - Return it for being caught when he illegally sold kerosene in 1993.
    Award 4 - Return it for his failed attempt at porn in bollywood with his erotic thriller 'Maya Memsahab'.
    Award 5 - Return it for being raising funds for floods in Pakistan but being Abba-Dabba-Jabba when floods demolished Uttarakhand.
    Award 6 - Return it for being summoned by enforcement directorate.
    Award 7 - Return it for being involved in the sex determination of his 3rd baby prior to the birth.
    Award 8- Return it because BMC demolished the encroachment of his house on the road.


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  9. salute

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    courage of miyabhai, lol

    take courage of maratha empire,

    The grand wazir of Durrani Empire, Shah Wali Khan was shocked when Maratha commander-in-chief Sadashivrao Bhau launched a fierce assault on the centre of Afghan Army, over 3,000 Durrani soldiers were killed alongside Haji Atai Khan, one of the chief commander of Afghan army and nephew of wazir Shah Wali Khan. Such was the fierce assault of Maratha infantry in hand-to-hand combat that Afghan armies started to flee and the wazir in desperation and rage shouted "Comrades Whither do you fly, our country is far off". :laugh:

    on that particular day Maratha army was numerically inferior to Afghan army and its Indian allies,

    Abdali won the battle, he also had heavy casualties on his side. So, he sought immediate peace with the Marathas

    Duke of Wellington after defeating Marathas noted that Marathas though were poorly led by their Generals but their regular infantry and artillery matches the level of Europeans, he also warned other British officers from underestimating Marathas in battlefield. He cautioned one British general that: "You must never allow Maratha infantry to attack head on or in close hand to hand combat, as in that your army will cover itself with utter disgrace" :laugh:

    Even when Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington became Prime Minister of Britain he held Maratha infantry in utmost respect, claiming it to be one of the best in world

    Charles Metcalfe, one of the ablest of the British Officials in India and later acting Governor-General, wrote in 1806:

    India contains no more than two great powers, British and Mahratta, and every other state acknowledges the influence of one or the other. Every inch that we recede will be occupied by them.
     
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  11. kafir kaur

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    Yes off course, his paki isi bosses must have ordered him to say so.
    With every passing incident, these khans traitorous asses are exposed all the more.
     
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    Not just Khans, there are others including the "eminent literati" who as if on a cue can feign selective outrage and use ultra leftism and "being tolerant" as a tool to protect and promote seditious and anti-national activities.

    Not agreeing with such traitors is considered as "intolerant" while supporting such scum is viewed favourably by pseudo-liberals.

    BTW, the whole aman ki asha crap seems to be a diplomatic weapon by Pakis. Getting a good thrashing on LC in recent times by IA under new govt seems to make all the peace worshippers come out of hiding. :lol:

    It won't be surprising if many of these people are either on ISI payroll or are blackmailed so as to promote such nonsense.
     
  13. FRYCRY

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    SRK making sure that his muslim votebank in India, pak and gulf is strong
     
  14. PredictablyMalicious

    PredictablyMalicious Punjabi Senior Member

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    True. I read that Jammu Dogras slaughtered thousands of Yousafzai Pashtuns. Their women were sold in Jammu and Lahore markets.
     
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    Bornubus Chodi Bhakt & BJPig Hunter Senior Member

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    1.The valley was cleansed from pashtuns by dogras, they never got the courage to return back for they remembered the thrashing they got by dogras, they only returned in 1947 when dogras were duped by British and their military commanders.

    2.Even when they were weakest the genocide of 500000 ~ muslims were carried out in jammu this was well documented by international media like london times.

    3.kathua muslim population was reduced to 50% and jammu as a whole became hindu/sikh majority.

    4.Also sikh Maharaja of patiala send help to punish muslims and to avenge killings of sikh in 1947
     
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  17. Bornubus

    Bornubus Chodi Bhakt & BJPig Hunter Senior Member

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    The invasion of Yasin by dogras an European account
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    @Mad Indian
    @PredictablyMalicious

    A section of the Dogra troops went round the castle and made their appearance among the women and children.

    Soon the Dogra sepoys commenced massacring the women and children. It is hard to mention but it is what it is: the little kids were tossed into air and cut into two with the swords when they fell down. The pregnant women were killed and were ripped open and their unborn babies were cut into pieces. The wounded people were brought to one spot and were burnt alive. For about 1400 people were killed with a matchless example of cruelty and treachery. The local octogenarians still mention about what their elders told them in connections with the atrocities, however, George W. Hayward was the first to document the incidents who was on his mission to find the sources of Oxus in his famous Pamir Expedition. He wrote the details of the Madoori fort in The Pioneer, a Calcutta based newspaper which published these documents in full under his name. A copy of the paper also fell into the hands of Mahrajah of Kashmir who Hayward reported to the British Authorities doubting him to secretly doing harm in every possible. However, Hayward made it clear that the expedition would entirely be at his own risk.

    Hayward wrote, “After the laps of Sever years, I myself have sited the scene of massacre, and words would be inadequate to describe the touching sight which may be witnessed on this now solitary and desolate hill of Madoori. The fertile valley and rich orchards beneath, the majestic snow-covered mountains and glaciers around, all speak a scene of seeing peace and happiness, but the traveller has but to cast his eyes upon the heaps of human skulls and bones lying scattered at his feet to realise the sad tale of treachery and bloodshed. I have myself counted 147 still entire skulls, nearly all those of women and children. Many men and women who were wounded, and eventually recovered, I have also conversed with, while numerous orphans, whose fathers, mothers and families all perished in the massacre, are met with in the Yasin territory. One little girl of nine years of age was brought to me with her right arm severed at the shoulder. At the time of massacre, she was a babe at the breast, and the blow which severed her little arm slew her mother also. Her father perished likewise. In one spot, where the massacre seems to have centered, are the blackened remains of rafters mixed with charred human bones. In this place some forty wounded women who were still alive were burnt to death by the Dogra forces.”

    After the killings the women and children, Yasin was set to fire and plundered. All the cattle in the adjoining villages, together with some 2000 prisoners, were carried off. The Dogras remained one day and night in Yasin, and retired to Gilgit the following day. Many hundreds of these prisoners died of exposure and starvation before they had cross the Indus. Among these prisoners, were several hundred women, Of course, these were the women whom the Dogras, could thought of profiteering one way or the other. Samad Khan took away six women to his Zennana at Uthampur, near Jammu. Jawahir took three for his use. The puppet Thum of Pooyal, Essa Bahdur took ten to twelve and other likewise.

    At one place Hayward says, “I am aware of from 25 to 30 Yasin Villagers, who are now in confinement in capital, Serinagar. They are heavily manacled, and in this state are driven to the river’s side to quench their thirst, and are only allowed unprepared grain for food. Of the large number of people carried off from Yasin in 1863 but few are now alive; many died of fatigue and want on the way while traces of others cannot be found.”

    The presence of handful, about 300 of Brushaski speakers in Serinagar, even today, perfectly strengthens his claims. It is possible; these speakers of Brushaski are from those of the prisoners taken by the Dogras
     
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  18. vayuu1

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    IMHO opinion, the northies strategy against those Muslim invaders were wrong, we should have done tit for tat, take for eg bin qasim he used cow as tool since he knew cow was sacred to Hindus, we should have drenched our swords and weapons with pig fat or blood and should have openly declared it as well and should have threatened them that no matter what happened to us,we are going to make sure that u taste haraam .
     
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  19. LordOfTheUnderworlds

    LordOfTheUnderworlds Senior Member Senior Member

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    ^^^ There is nothing to be proud of atrocities on women and children. They should not be mentioned in boastful manner. It would be shameful if true (not war but treatment of women and children)

    Also some of the stories might be lies and exaggerations. I am not saying entire accounts of massacres are wrong but not every word of the accounts written by british allegedly told by Muslims survivors has to be correct. What makes me suspicious about this is this story :

    Sounds familiar? Same story was told at the time of Gujarat riots. I was disgusted when I first heard it. It was never proved to be true in courts, though one can raise doubts about fairness of trials.

    However after many years once I accidentally stumbled upon a Shia discussion forum, unrelated to India and was surprised to read exact same story being told about the first Shia-Sunni battles that occurred more than thousand years ago. It seems it is a popular Muslim mythology to portray the evil enemies.
     
  20. Mad Indian

    Mad Indian Proud Bigot Veteran Member Senior Member

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    I don't think there is anything wrong in paying evil with evil. If the opposing side was not above destroying our women and children, then we should not hold back when dealing out the same to them. There is no morality when it comes to survival. And of course, we are in a war for our survival.
     
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