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#631 [Permalink] Posted on 12th February 2024 08:49
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The Zardaris are universally hated, there is wide spread belief in Pakistan that Asif Ali Zardari had Benazir assasinated.

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When Bilawal does try speaking it he it is with a heavy accent sounds like he is gay, transgender. Consequently there is a widespread belief that he is homosexual.

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IK is not corrupt


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When Bilawal visited India, his english impressed people here, Hmmmm, a Pakistani can speak english.

What is the guarantee that IK supporters are not corrupt.
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#632 [Permalink] Posted on 12th February 2024 09:46
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Nothing to be impressed about Bilawal! His first language is English, he was raised with it and spent most of his childhood and youth outside Pakistan attending the best English Schools and Universities . He had to learn Urdu in his 20's and still not very good at it. He is a native Ghora.

As for IK"s supporters being corrupt, I am sure there are, I highly doubt there is a single party without corrupt members.

In Parties like the present version of PPP corruption is their bread and butter I would be very surprised if they had members who were not corrupt. In case you think I am being harsh here are Benazirs Mother and Brother disavowing the PPP for their corruption in an interview over 30 years ago.
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#633 [Permalink] Posted on 12th February 2024 12:50
BTW, anyone who is unable to obtain the truth about elections in Pakistan and especially those who think that perhaps the religiously inclined political parties are the actual source of truth, I want to draw your attention to the fact that several candidates of Jamat-e-Islami who were "handed" victories in their constituencies have refused to accept their victories because according to them on their form 45s it was clear that PTI had won that seat. Notable amongst them is Hafiz Naeem ur Rehman who is a pretty significant JI leader especially in Karachi.

This can be taken as ghaibi madad for Imran Khan and his party's stance.
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#634 [Permalink] Posted on 12th February 2024 16:01
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Muslim world expects a leader/party which can bring stability inside their borders. Their concern towards muslims across the border is secondary.

They had split into two countries. Today they have split into sects, linguistic divide, mahajirs etc. A stable government gets jobs for people and they are kept busy or they enter the competition in their personal life. No time shall be left for unnecessary activities. Parasites create trouble.
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#635 [Permalink] Posted on 14th February 2024 02:02
Near to qiyamath,
Both murderer and murdered will go to jahannum.
It was asked, murderer will go to jahannum, but why the murdered?
Replied, if the murdered would have got opportunity, he would have murdered.

That sums up the condition in Pakistan.
All politicians are on the same boat.
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#636 [Permalink] Posted on 16th February 2024 11:08
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#637 [Permalink] Posted on 17th February 2024 10:21
I quote this from a NRI in Canada. There is a lesson for we in/from sub-continent.

At the age of 13, on a visit to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, out of fun I used a 50 paisa coin instead of 25¢ in a candy vending machine since the sizes were similar. It worked. I got my candy. My uncle with me though reminded me that somewhere those coins would be collected and while I'll remain anonymous, our country's reputation will bear the dent, all for an inconsequential amount of 50p.



That small incident and gentle rebuke taught me that how we behave or conduct ourselves in public or with others even in drawing rooms and behind the scenes, or now on social media, irrespective of ideology or politics, is not just reflective of our own selves and souls, but also of our families, upbringing, development and ultimately our nation.

Going by the constant cacophony on social media, it seems many of us need that 50 paisa rebuke.
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#638 [Permalink] Posted on 17th February 2024 16:35
pak must know that their neighbors are laughing, making jokes, making memes, cartoons on the happenings in pak, news channels and social media is flooded with this stuff
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#639 [Permalink] Posted on 17th February 2024 22:43
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Explaining to you why none of that matters would be pointless, because you will end up saying something no one will understand.
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#640 [Permalink] Posted on 17th February 2024 23:43
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No one waists their energy standing on a hill throwing rocks at a dead Tiger.

The fact the media of the mushrikeen are still throwing rocks is a good sign. When they stop doing that then the Pakistanis should be worried, that would mean they are lifeless, like a dead Tiger
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#641 [Permalink] Posted on 18th February 2024 06:10
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May be this time you will get the right answer.
Try it.
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#642 [Permalink] Posted on 18th February 2024 06:13
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Pak will Thank bhutto that he said "we shall die starving but we shall be a nuclear power"........ Else pak would have been dead by this time.
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#643 [Permalink] Posted on 21st February 2024 11:45
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We thank ALLAH the average Pakistanis no matter how sinful they are, how ignorant they are in the affairs of the deen They have a deep trust in ALLAH and intense love for The Prophet (saw).

Thats power more powerful then any nuclear bomb, and the enemies of Islam know this.



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#644 [Permalink] Posted on 26th February 2024 09:58
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Madam Maryam Nawaz, the candidate of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, has been elected as the Chief Minister of Punjab by getting 220 votes, while the Sunni Ittehad Council has boycotted the voting for this post

Note: So they follow the foot steps of Bangladesh.
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#645 [Permalink] Posted on 26th February 2024 15:00
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No. They are following indira gandhi
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