Failed Terrorist State of Pakistan: Idiotic Musings

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Pakistani dhimmis shifted their capital to a new city in punjab and named it islamabad which buttresses their dhimmi mentality and they are proud of it
I never saw a pakistani with hindu name they all have arabic , persian names they name themselves on the name of those very same people who enslaved them looted their wealth their woman killed their kids and family what a sick mentality
but i think this mentality exists in north india as well (though much less than pakistan because of majority hindu population)
This dhimmi mentality which originates from delhi and adjoining areas is also the reason why india is not prospering as much as taiwan , singapore , korea , japan , malaysia etc (Dhimmis were meant to serve their masters not to prosper)
To get rid of this dhimmi attitude of New Delhi india should move the capital to Pataliputra , Nalanda or Bodhgaya these cities are the real capitals of india
I agree, though you have a better understanding of the mentality than expected.

It would make more sense to have a new capital altogether and far away from conflict zones.

How is the Amaravathi city project coming along? Do you think that it can be the new national capital? I know it was meant to be Andhra's capital, but the location is really good and could be a potential future national capital.
 

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I agree, though you have a better understanding of the mentality than expected.

It would make more sense to have a new capital altogether and far away from conflict zones.

How is the Amaravathi city project coming along? Do you think that it can be the new national capital? I know it was meant to be Andhra's capital, but the location is really good and could be a potential future national capital.
Ooh this is my area of expertise!

All politics in Andhra revolve around two castes i.e Reddy vs Kamma. Chandra Babu Naidu (Kamma) started Amaravathi in the newly divided state as it needed a new capital. But, before he could complete the project, his political rival i.e Jagan Reddy won in 2019 and as soon as he came to power, he stalled the capital and announced that Andhra will have 3 capitals.

The reason behind stalling the capital is that Kammas have a stronghold in the districts in and around Amaravathi. Reddys usually are relegated to 3rd place in Amaravathi behind Kammas and Kapus. Reddy stronghold is usually the more arid and barren region of Rayalaseema in Southern Andhra.

Last week, the Jagan government suffered a setback in the Supreme court. As work on Amaravathi has already started and 30-35% is already done, the court seems to think that the project must be continued.

Right now, it's in a limbo. Neither it's progressing nor has the project been entirely shelved.
 

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Ooh this is my area of expertise!

All politics in Andhra revolve around two castes i.e Reddy vs Kamma. Chandra Babu Naidu (Kamma) started Amaravathi in the newly divided state as it needed a new capital. But, before he could complete the project, his political rival i.e Jagan Reddy won in 2019 and as soon as he came to power, he stalled the capital and announced that Andhra will have 3 capitals.

The reason behind stalling the capital is that Kammas have a stronghold in the districts in and around Amaravathi. Reddys usually are relegated to 3rd place in Amaravathi behind Kammas and Kapus. Reddy stronghold is usually the more arid and barren region of Rayalaseema in Southern Andhra.

Last week, the Jagan government suffered a setback in the Supreme court. As work on Amaravathi has already started and 30-35% is already done, the court seems to think that the project must be continued.

Right now, it's in a limbo. Neither it's progressing nor has the project been entirely shelved.
THat's messed up. But let's take this discussion in a more relevant thread.

SOMEONE PLEASE POST MORE GOLD FROM PEE FORUM!
 

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few links just to refresh your knowledge on this matter

A paper published in the International journal of education on the same topic
Well the world is not idiot so keep your chooran somewhere else porkystani. So the arab names so it is typical delusion that they should be moslems by default? They were not. And all those scientists who contributed to golden age were Mutazilla they were not moslems. Whatever is attributed to the golden age of islame has nothing or little to do with islame in first place. It was the Abbasid Caliphate that set up the Baghdad House of Hikmah(Wisdom)by the early 9th century. This led to such an ex-plosion in the demand for books that, along the lines of the hadith to seek knowledge even from all over world Greeks, India , China, paper-making techniques were imported from China to set up a paper factory in Baghdad, which had a flourishing book bazaar. Libraries proliferated across the arab world, and the 10th c. Umayyad Caliphate in Cordoba had a library, catalogued in 44 volumes, of over 600,000 tomes.

I am only going to briefly mention some of the best known names to see what they thought of moslems and islame.
Abu Nawas (750-810) was close to the famous Caliph Harun Alrashid, and is well known by his poetry that celebrated wine and male homosexuality. Obviously the Quran didn’t mean much to this great poet.
Al Mutanabbi (915-965) is largely considered to be the most famous Arab poet of all time. How are we supposed to believe that this man had admired the al kitab, especially that we know he authored his own al kitab and claimed to be a prophet (hence his name). Almutanabbi apologized later to save his life. As would be expected, none of his ‘al kitab’ reached us.
Abu Al Alaa Al Maarri (973-1057) was a blind Syrian philosopher and poet who is considered by many as the best Arabs poet. Abu Al Alaa was even more outspoken in his criticism to islam and the al kitab, his writings leave no doubt that he was too intelligent to subscribe to an ideology like Islam. Consider. He also authored some verses similar to the al kitab to a group of Arabs. When one of the men commented that the verses didn’t have that familiar resonance of the al kitab’ Abu Al Alaa responded:“when you read it days and nights for years, it will”.
Ibn Rushd (1126-1198) philosopher and writer shunned by allah.
Ibn Al Rawandi (An Author and outspoken critic of islam, rejected muhammad’s claims of being a prophet).
Ibn Al Mukafaa ( writer and translator, murdered by the jihadis in 755 ad.
Al Razi (865-925 Physician and writer) persecuted by jihadis.
Fun Fact That name muhammad is also arab name not islameic name because lots of people with that name existed and predated allah himself and these people were arab pagans.
 
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These are some of the recent articles related to Pakistan.
Typical very typical chooran infestation. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

An article published on khaleej times claimed 81 porkys were ranked in worlds top 2% scientists has been turned out to be a fake news. Stanford University was not involved in this highly dubious ranking. "This was confirmed to me over email last week by Prof John Ioannidis of Stanford University. He, together with three co-authors, had been cited as the source " said pervez hoodboi.

See - https://www.dawn.com/news/1599215/muslims-and-technology
 

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Well the world is not idiot so keep your chooran somewhere else porkystani. So the arab names so it is typical delusion that they should be moslems by default? They were not. And all those scientists who contributed to golden age were Mutazilla they were not moslems. Whatever is attributed to the golden age of islame has nothing or little to do with islame in first place. It was the Abbasid Caliphate that set up the Baghdad House of Hikmah(Wisdom)by the early 9th century. This led to such an ex-plosion in the demand for books that, along the lines of the hadith to seek knowledge even from all over world Greeks, India , China, paper-making techniques were imported from China to set up a paper factory in Baghdad, which had a flourishing book bazaar. Libraries proliferated across the arab world, and the 10th c. Umayyad Caliphate in Cordoba had a library, catalogued in 44 volumes, of over 600,000 tomes.

I am only going to briefly mention some of the best known names to see what they thought of moslems and islame.















Fun Fact That name muhammad is also arab name not islameic name because lots of people with that name existed and predated allah himself and these people were arab pagans.
Wow so the persecution of intellectuals in Islamic world has a long history?
 

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I agree, though you have a better understanding of the mentality than expected.

It would make more sense to have a new capital altogether and far away from conflict zones.

How is the Amaravathi city project coming along? Do you think that it can be the new national capital? I know it was meant to be Andhra's capital, but the location is really good and could be a potential future national capital.
A capital in Patna , Bodhgaya or Nalanda will help East Asia connect more with india and will also increase tourism in india
Delhi being the capital of india gives this impression that india is like middle east or Pakistan or Afghanistan which is not true
india is a mix of hindu and Buddhist traditions
Though a capital in Amravati would still be far better than Delhi
 

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In a discussion about Udham Singh.

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He used the Name Ram Mohammad Singh Azad
he was a radicalised socialist and hence he used this name to denote religious unity in India
Anyways, Udham Singh was a Kamboja Sikh, his ancestors were Kamboja Kshaktriyas of Kashmir, His ancestors had a long tradition of fighting of Islamic Mlechha Hordes, before and after Sikhism
 

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He used the Name Ram Mohammad Singh Azad
he was a radicalised socialist and hence he used this name to denote religious unity in India
Anyways, Udham Singh was a Kamboja Sikh, His ancestors had a long tradition of fighting of Islamic Mlechha Hordes, before and after Sikhism
I told you know , these kangladeshi have black hearts .
Bloody coward raqibools gave their women to pakjabis , snivelling with fear .
Especially this bitch at peedeeff is a serial liar .
 

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He used the Name Ram Mohammad Singh Azad
he was a radicalised socialist and hence he used this name to denote religious unity in India
Anyways, Udham Singh was a Kamboja Sikh, His ancestors had a long tradition of fighting of Islamic Mlechha Hordes, before and after Sikhism
Yeah. Someone explained that in that thread.
It's funny how the raqibool called Hindus cowards. When Pakistan was slaughtering Kanglus in 1971, where did they flock to?
 

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