Failed Terrorist State of Pakistan: Idiotic Musings

Tshering22

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Azerbaijan is not actively on West's radar right now due to the small size of conflict with Armenia and the latter's flirting with the Ruskies. But if they choose to go down that line, Armenia's Christian card will very well be used by the Church lobby in the West. They're not even big enough like Pak and Turkey to survive for long. India has a good trade with these bhaijaans though XD
Our relations with Azerbaijan have only recently been impacted. The good trade is due to oil & gas and the post-Soviet sentiment. The moment Bhaijans start messing around, we will switch. Armenia sadly got a very bad deal despite its loyalty to the USSR and later Russia. While Azerbaijan & Turkey bonded over being Turkic & Muslim (Pakistan was not in the picture back then), Armenia was surrounded by only 2 friends, Iran and Georgia. Most Armenian men have migrated to Russia for work and a lot of them work there. Some villages don't have men at all as almost all of them migrated to Russia for work after USSR broke. Also, their division has been such that they offer no strategic value to others, unlike Baku that has a Caspian Sea coastline and lots of oil.

This has put Armenians in a bad position, geopolitically speaking. While the India-Gulf-Europe corridor has Armenia involved in it, guarding it against Turkey & Azerbaijan would be a problem in the future. Russia is involved in a complex foursome with Turks, Azeris, and Armenians right now and leaning more towards the Turkic lot due to their strategic benefits. Since this is a more West-oriented project, Russia will be indifferent to it or worse, hostile. Therefore, Armenians & Georgians will have to do their nut to guard this trade corridor from any disruptions.
 

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what happened to the 50,000 tonne aid from india to afghanistan did pakistan allow
btw its better to send it via iran because its most likely to get stolen in dirt poor pakistan
 

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they will steal it they have done it in the past. Supplies of US army were stolen by pakistanis and pakistan army was involved in stealing
Actually, this aid would now be politically painted in Pakistani colors since they allowed it to cross the border. Since the Taliban is their pet, they would let them do whatever they want with it since it reduces that much burden for the Pakistanis to maintain Afghanistan. We all know that the Taliban do not have the money to run Afghanistan, their currency is like Venezuelan Bolivar last year, and their masters don't have any money to back them up either.

If anything, Pakistanis would be happy to transfer this aid and the locals living inside Afghanistan will be made to believe that this was sent by Pakistanis and not us.
 

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The company for which the Lankan guy was working supplies jerseys for Paki cricket team, German football team & several European league teams.

If members here can recall... there erupted some issue regarding Indians working in sugar mills owned by sharif family in mid level positions... when Nawaz shareef was the prime minister.

It appears that Pakis import mid level managerial/technical manpower from outside... bcoz any paki who is worth a dime doesn't want to stay in that hell hole & certainly ends up in a foreign land(Escaping to foreign nations is a culture common to both Punjabs... & their Punjab is 55-60% of paki population)

Now... I am assuming that all those foreigners working in Paki industrial entities (textile & Agro) would be impacted & may leave under family pressure... this will have severe implications!

bloody hell...
I think I have connected the dots well.
New info: Because of the very busy football season next year & also the FIFA world cup 2022 in Qatar... this company "Rajco industries" & some other paki enterprises who produce quality sports gear were expecting a business of almost $100 million... this Rajco alone was weeks away from hosting a Qatari delegation for $20-25 million worth orders... all in vain now.

Teams & sponsors will of course look towards other nations which produce such stuff.

See this 👇

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So Sialkot has been economically f**ked... beneficiary is CHINA
 
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Actually, this aid would now be politically painted in Pakistani colors since they allowed it to cross the border. Since the Taliban is their pet, they would let them do whatever they want with it since it reduces that much burden for the Pakistanis to maintain Afghanistan. We all know that the Taliban do not have the money to run Afghanistan, their currency is like Venezuelan Bolivar last year, and their masters don't have any money to back them up either.

If anything, Pakistanis would be happy to transfer this aid and the locals living inside Afghanistan will be made to believe that this was sent by Pakistanis and not us.
The aid bags and Medicines are all marked as made in India. They cannot change each and every lot.

Anyway Taliban who are receiving the aid will let the people of Afghanistan know from which country the aid is sent.
 

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Holy shoot! I didn't know that these morons have been simping so badly! 🙄

Delusional reimagining of history with the twin aims of providing copium to Porki awam and befriending Aliyev in anticipation of extending the katora to him in the near future. Regrettably for Imraand, this Turkic infatuation is not reciprocated by the Azeris themselves. They may provide some lip service to the notion of a Turkey centric alliance with Porkis playing the role of a cheap whore with nukes but the Azeris, being the only party with any money, have fingers in too many pies and will never commit anything of consequence, financially or militarily, to such a grouping.
 

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To add to the above, Pork needs to reflect on what Azerbaijan stands to gain from joining such an alliance? Beyond deep cultural and linguistic ties, there has been a recent convergence in military and strategic interests between Turkey and Azerbaijan due to the former's gradual exit from the Western orbit and alignment with the Sino-Russian axis, making the two countries natural allies, and the significant assistance rendered by Turkey to Azerbaijan in its recent conflict with Armenia. However, Pork is seeking a pan Islamist 'Turkic' framework that would primarily enable it to dip into the pockets of Azerbaijan (and Turkey to a lesser degree) in return for security guarantees whereas Aliyev's only concern is to maintain his family's despotic grip on power- any transnational pan Islamist sentiment would be a threat to this and would therefore not be encouraged. For this reason alone I can't see this alliance materialising even if Imraand commissions a dozen remakes of Ertugul and declares Turkish the official language of Porkistan.
 

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3 posts have been deleted so far. 1 is still up.
apparently the chap was Christian, will have to check who is saying what. I am guessing There will be minimal public condemnation.

 

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apparently the chap was Christian, will have to check who is saying what. I am guessing There will be minimal public condemnation.

People were more upset when that bible-thumping wanker got killed by the Sentinelese.
I guess people just don't have high expectations from Pakistan.
 

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People were more upset when that bible-thumping wanker got killed by the Sentinelese.
I guess people just don't have high expectations from Pakistan.
it is, isn’t it?
prime facie conclusion could be that a key element of atrocity literature are internal elements. it’s the internal elements (stringers) who co-ordinate the outrage with outsiders.
 

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