Failed Terrorist State of Pakistan: Idiotic Musings

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Muhammed's character being central to Islam is huge block in reforming muslim conservatives. I think we need to get out of real muslim vs unreal muslim debate though. And instead, look at progressive vs regressive muslims. Saudi Arabia (guardian of Islam's holiest sites) is already taking steps in the right direction, other muslim nations will surely follow. Pakistan would eventually follow there arabian lords too.
A country which gave permission to women to drive cars in 2018 is surely taking steps in the right direction. But in my view they are late by a century:lawl:
 

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Pakistan government signs a pact with radical Islamist organization to end violent anti-France protests

Pakistan PM Imran Khan's staunch criticism of French President Emmanuel Macron's statements reaffirming commitment to secularism has emboldened the radical groups in Pakistan

Islamist radical groups and fundamentalists have always held enormous sway in Pakistan. It’s internal and external policies, to a very large extent, are shaped and guided by the sensitivities harboured by such maximalist organizations and individuals. Every official regime in Pakistan has always demonstrated its utmost deference to such anarchist groups and held them in high regard.

Recently, the Pakistani government signed a pact with hardcore Islamist organization Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan (TLP) to call off the protests that had swept the country in the wake of France’s resolute support to the right of showing the cartoons of Prophet Muhammad.

The agreement between the Pakistani government and hard-line TLP group bore the signatures of two ministers– the religious affair minister and the interior minister of Pakistan. The agreement states that the government has agreed to send back the French ambassador to Pakistan within two months, call its ambassador back, a blanket boycott of French products, and release all the arrested TLP leaders.

However, shortly after signing the pact, the government of Pakistan developed cold feet as it said that the issue was still unresolved. The government has also not confirmed as to how a sweeping boycott of French products will be brought into force.


Would a sweeping boycott of French products include French Mirage jets of the PAF too as well as their French Agosta subs? These Porks with two and a half brain cells don't seem to know WTF they're doing. Jeeez!
 

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Pakistan government signs a pact with radical Islamist organization to end violent anti-France protests

Pakistan PM Imran Khan's staunch criticism of French President Emmanuel Macron's statements reaffirming commitment to secularism has emboldened the radical groups in Pakistan

Islamist radical groups and fundamentalists have always held enormous sway in Pakistan. It’s internal and external policies, to a very large extent, are shaped and guided by the sensitivities harboured by such maximalist organizations and individuals. Every official regime in Pakistan has always demonstrated its utmost deference to such anarchist groups and held them in high regard.

Recently, the Pakistani government signed a pact with hardcore Islamist organization Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan (TLP) to call off the protests that had swept the country in the wake of France’s resolute support to the right of showing the cartoons of Prophet Muhammad.

The agreement between the Pakistani government and hard-line TLP group bore the signatures of two ministers– the religious affair minister and the interior minister of Pakistan. The agreement states that the government has agreed to send back the French ambassador to Pakistan within two months, call its ambassador back, a blanket boycott of French products, and release all the arrested TLP leaders.

However, shortly after signing the pact, the government of Pakistan developed cold feet as it said that the issue was still unresolved. The government has also not confirmed as to how a sweeping boycott of French products will be brought into force.


Would a sweeping boycott of French products include French Mirage jets of the PAF too as well as their French Agosta subs? These Porks with two and a half brain cells don't seem to know WTF they're doing. Jeeez!
Result of feeding snakes 🐍 now the situation is so worse that they cannot un fuck it. These terrorists will start blowing up their own house if kept unemployed. That's why porkshitan is global exporter of terrorists.
 

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Pakistan government signs a pact with radical Islamist organization to end violent anti-France protests

Pakistan PM Imran Khan's staunch criticism of French President Emmanuel Macron's statements reaffirming commitment to secularism has emboldened the radical groups in Pakistan

Islamist radical groups and fundamentalists have always held enormous sway in Pakistan. It’s internal and external policies, to a very large extent, are shaped and guided by the sensitivities harboured by such maximalist organizations and individuals. Every official regime in Pakistan has always demonstrated its utmost deference to such anarchist groups and held them in high regard.

Recently, the Pakistani government signed a pact with hardcore Islamist organization Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan (TLP) to call off the protests that had swept the country in the wake of France’s resolute support to the right of showing the cartoons of Prophet Muhammad.

The agreement between the Pakistani government and hard-line TLP group bore the signatures of two ministers– the religious affair minister and the interior minister of Pakistan. The agreement states that the government has agreed to send back the French ambassador to Pakistan within two months, call its ambassador back, a blanket boycott of French products, and release all the arrested TLP leaders.

However, shortly after signing the pact, the government of Pakistan developed cold feet as it said that the issue was still unresolved. The government has also not confirmed as to how a sweeping boycott of French products will be brought into force.


Would a sweeping boycott of French products include French Mirage jets of the PAF too as well as their French Agosta subs? These Porks with two and a half brain cells don't seem to know WTF they're doing. Jeeez!
the only thing not stinking in pakodastan was the French embassy with its Chanel fragrance. Now with the French gone, the Council Of Islamic Idiocy fatwa-Ed that the god sent, holy fragrance of rotting corpses from Karachi to Peshawar in mullah versus mullah lynchings and shootouts is to be the national perfume of Pakshitstan. To get a sample whiff, visit the gutter called Karachi and hug its cleaners - the Pottistan Army.
 

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‘It is an open secret that Pakistani military had ties with Taliban and possibly even Al Qaeda’: Former US President Barack Obama in his memoir

Barack Obama writes that the elements in military and intelligence services in Pakistan used the terror groups as strategic assets against Afghanistan and India.

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Barack Obama recently unveiled volume 1 of his memoir: ‘A Promised Land’. The book has already generated ripples across the world on account of its explosive content. From revealing US stereotypes on several issues to personal accounts of various political leaders to highlighting watershed events that shaped the contemporary world, the book has been a window into the mind of the former US president.

Among other things, the most important event that Barack Obama described in vivid detail is the US operation that eliminated the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, Osama Bin Laden, and the doubts harboured by the former US President in informing Pakistan about the covert operation.

In his book, Obama has provided a blow-by-blow account of the assassination of the Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden in 2011. However, what’s perhaps more intriguing, from an Indian perspective, is the Obama’s and by extension the United States’ suspicions on Pakistan’s commitment to its fight against terrorism.

Obama reveals American misgivings on Pakistan’s fight against terrorism

Obama’s memoir provides a glimpse into the fading American trust in Pakistan. The former US President sharply notes that though they had allied with Pakistan on a range of counterterrorism operations and the country had acted as a crucial gateway for the American forces in Afghanistan, it can no longer be treated as a trustworthy partner in America’s battle against terrorism.

- article continues below in the link -

https://www.opindia.com/tag/lgbtq/?crst=1605755100&wrst=1605755322
From the horse's mouth! Mush himself mentioned that Osama was their 'hero'!!
 

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Well, this doesn't come as a surprise at all.........Hafiz Saeed, the king of good times! ISI's pet poodle.


And to add to this huge comedy circus, the UNSC had allowed a monthly pension for him amounting to PKR 1,50,000 (approximately $1,000) on Pak's request!!

This is not even funny anymore!
 
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Meanwhille, the honor-bound, purest of all Muslims living in the holy land of Ola's chosen have moved on from just killing off individual people to eliminating entire family of kafirs. Next is eliminating entire localities nazi style. Looks like the real nazi is Imran Khan aka Taliban Khan.

 

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Ch**iya Porkistanis were calling the news of Visa ban by UAE for Porkistanis as fantasy of Modi media & due to chinavirus :rofl:

Now that it is getting reported in their own media they have changed the narrative to we don't need Visas to these countries, our workers should work for Porkistani economy :crazy::rofl:

It is fun to see the common porkistanis, their media & their government all living in perpetual denial :hehe:
 

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Ch**iya Porkistanis were calling the news of Visa ban by UAE for Porkistanis as fantasy of Modi media :rofl:

Now that it is getting reported in their own media they have changed the narrative to we don't need Visas to these countries, our workers should work for Porkistani economy :crazy::rofl:

It is fun to see the common porkistanis, their media & their government all living in perpetual denial :hehe:
They are correct though...Porkies do not need visas to these countries. They go stuffed in the back of a van or in a mattress or pay a somali pirate to smuggle them in rotten fish containers (porkis smell the same as rotten fish, so no detection is possible) into gulf countries. For nearby countries like India, they dig a tunnel and crawl through it like a slimy worm. But on reaching India, their life expectancy suddenly drops to zero.
No visa, pizza ji. Just plain old pork trafficking. And yes, Frontier Corps gets to make 200 PKR per pork trafficked (see a very good article below on pakheeda trafficking) to buy extra underwear for when the BLA shows up.

 

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Even many indians who do not even know RAW but it is a household name in Pakistan. These oink oink bustards always think we are destroys thier economy but it's always been them
 

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Chinese entering police station beaten up Pakistanis :-
:rofl::rofl:

What's new?

Lion Imran's meetings with Xitler always start with the lion washing Xitler half inch with his mouth.
The porkistan genrals follow similar tactics.

Today, a normal Chinese guy in PakiLand can shit on the ASSmani kithab in center of lahore and porkis would not dare touch him.
 

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The dumb selfish [email protected] can’t even quarantine without f*cking up.

NZ has all but eliminated COVID with there being ZERO community cases there for a while. Hope they get kicked out.




Pakistani cricketers are on their “final warning” after breaking managed isolation rules in Christchurch.

The Ministry of Health said “several” members of the Pakistan men’s cricket team were seen breaking the rules in footage captured by video surveillance cameras, but the ministry did not provide detail of what rules were broken.

The breaches happened despite “clear, consistent and detailed communication of expected behaviours”, a spokeswoman said.
Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield said the rule-breaking was being taken very seriously.

“It is a privilege to come to New Zealand to play sport, but in return teams must stick to the rules that are designed to keep Covid-19 out of our communities and keep our staff safe,” he said.
 

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