VICTORIOUM AUT MORS
- Oct 27, 2019
Not just any deep state,a deep state that is continuously working for nationalists and is implicitly on our side.the us deep state seems to exist to further I don't know what but it is definitely not for the founding ethnic stock.it is also not working according to what you would expect from such an old system seeing how china had compromised them as they have been.America is an empire since WWII.. An empire needs a deep state to function as continuity is all important.. Maybe as India grows to be a major power, and becomes an empire in its own right.. we will have a true deep state.
What are we looking at?
First time I am hearing desi Media use Pak-Occupied Pashtunistan. Good move. About time GoI also recognizes it as such.The geopolitics of Durand Line and the question of Pakistan-Occupied-Pashtunistan
India’s concerns over the developments over Durand Line can be examined over four prisms. These are :
- India should raise the issue of human rights violation in the Pashtun dominated regions of FATA, Khyber Pakhtun region by Pakistan .
- India should take steps to protect Hindu and Buddhist historical remnants located in the Pashtun dominated regions of Pakistan. This is necessary because there are number of reports which highlight the desecration of these historical monuments in the FATA and Khyber Pakhtun region by terrorist groups and lack of effective protection being provided by the Pakistani government.
- This is a known fact that most of the terrorist groups with the active support from Pakistan are operating in Khyber Pakhtun and FATA region thus posing a security threat to the peace process of Afghanistan. India and Afghanistan should jointly cooperate to tackle and checkmate the menace of terrorism.
To conclude, it can be added here that there is a need to look at the relevance of the Durand line agreement in the present context. Now there is no aggression from Russia and there is a democratically elected government in Afghanistan. In this context what is required is reintegration of the Pashtun dominated territories located in Pakistan with Afghanistan. It is surprising to note that the Taliban instead of focusing on how to take back their historical Pashtun territories located in Pakistan is indulging in violence and terrorist activities in Afghanistan with the active support of Pakistan.
- India should also provide legal and technical assistance to Afghanistan to resolve the Durand Line dispute.
The recent controversy between Afghanistan and Pakistan over fencing of the Durand line has to be studied in the foregoing discussion. The Durand line is becoming a major bone of contention between the two countries and going to inflate in future.economictimes.indiatimes.com
do you have any objections, if i make this entire post in a spoiler?
Porkis army biggest assest were US aid to pak.Pakistan army has its own secret Defence budget.
No, but I feel bad for him, I went at the dhaba once last year during diwali but now it horrifies to know it happened there.do you have any objections, if i make this entire post in a spoiler?
Lol, its truth, excluding 1% rest 99% Muslims in India are traitors, mark my words only 1% are there who are kattar Indians, rest are just showpieces of secularism.Kuch bhi matlb bhai hate felane ki ek limit hoti hai thik hai sensible baat karle genocide karega kya unka
Our ties with arabs are reaching new heights .... While ummah is only for arab nationalism and not for a fake bastard 3rd class converted non arab inbred perpetually cucked condom pooople like roaches or porkys jiske liye allah = godless batsoup eater Chi jingping.Is there any reason or indication that makes you think this is possible.
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