Mother of all debate- Shashi Tharoor vs Jay Panda (VP BJP)

Two Stooges

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
ھندو ، پٹواریوں کی طرح عجیب ذہنی معذور مخلوق ہے
دیسی گھی سے،مندوروں میں چراغ جلاتے ہیں
دودھ سے،پتھر سے بنی بے جان مورتیوں کو نہلاتے ہیں،اور

خود پیشاب پیتے ہیں ۔ ۔ ۔

 

GreenMaple

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
ھندو ، پٹواریوں کی طرح عجیب ذہنی معذور مخلوق ہے
دیسی گھی سے،مندوروں میں چراغ جلاتے ہیں
دودھ سے،پتھر سے بنی بے جان مورتیوں کو نہلاتے ہیں،اور

خود پیشاب پیتے ہیں ۔ ۔ ۔
Hamaray Patwari bhi khota biryani khatay hein. Kuch waqt baad yeh bhi khotay ka moot peena shru ker dain gain!
 

Two Stooges

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
& yet after doing all this, he became a GOOGLE CEO AT 43

ابے حرامزادے اس گاؤ موتر پینے والے کو یہ نوکری سپر برین کی وجہ سے نہیں
بلکہ 150 کروڑ کے گاؤ موتر پینے والی آبادی، اور
بہت بڑی اکانومی سائز کی وجہ سے ملی ہے

سمجھے بغیر ختنے والے باپ کی اولاد ۔ ۔ ۔
 

desicad

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Kashmir Banega Pakistan: A dream sold to brainwash us since childhood now lies in tatters.

30 years on, Pakistan’s Kashmir policy has borne no fruits for regular Pakistanis, other than polarising society and instilling hate against India.

NAILA INAYAT Updated: 9 August, 2019 8:30 am IST


When the Narendra Modi government scrapped the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and announced its decision to turn the state into a Union Territory Monday, it caught the thekedars of Kashmir in Pakistan off guard. The reactions from the Imran Khan government were anything but serious, that too for a piece of land they once called their own.

Honestly, losing cricket matches to India have had better reactions in Pakistan. But the bigger question is: can Imran Khan’s government run without a Kashmir cause, as the saying goes ‘hukoomat petrol se nahin, Kashmir cause se chalti hai’.

Everyone in the ruling elite sold the ‘Kashmir banega Pakistan’ chooran to the best of their benefit – those in the Pakistani military to keep themselves viable, the politicians to use it during elections, the religious cartel to fan anti-Hindu sentiments, and the ordinary Pakistani to just watch all of them make hay.

Brainwashing since childhood
‘Kashmir banega Pakistan’ is what we were told as kids. ‘But how will it become a part of Pakistan when it is in India?’ We would ask. ‘Kashmir hamari shahrag hai (Kashmir is the jugular vein of Pakistan)’. So how are we managing to survive without this vein? The questions, we were told, had no answers, so they better not be asked either.

Growing up in the 1990s, our daily dose of brainwashing involved a 20-minute programme on Kashmir after the 9pm news on Pakistan Television. With Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s Iss duniya k gham jane kab hu gy kam playing in the background, we saw agonising images of Kashmir. It would eulogise Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Yasin Malik, Syed Ali Shah Geelani and other Kashmiri leaders – we were told that these men were the real heroes.

‘Our heart should bleed for Kashmir,’ was the loud and clear message. But how can the heart bleed for something that was only a state-imposed reality? We would think.
The rulers of Pakistan came and went but what remained unchanged was Pakistan’s Kashmir cause. A cause for which daring to be indifferent amounted to blasphemy of sorts.

Once a year, Pakistanis would get a day to free Kashmir. Every 5 February, they show solidarity with their Kashmiri brethren. School tableaux depict innocent Kashmiri girls singing folk songs and out of nowhere come Indian soldiers firing gunshots to arouse pathos in the audience.

The happenings of Kashmir Day always remained unclear – a national holiday which seemed just like any other off day. Kashmir Day would involve everything other than liberating Kashmir. Waking up late, watching Indian films, and hanging out with friends was our contribution to the cause of Kashmir.

And then there were the poster boys of Kashmir freedom movement. Hafiz Saeed, Syed Salahuddin or Ahmed Ludhianvi from banned militant outfits taking out processions, apprising the Pakistanis of the Kashmir issue. But why would you preach to the converted already?

What Pakistan’s Kashmir policy achieved
Now, nearly three decades later, Pakistan’s Kashmir policy has borne no fruits for regular Pakistanis, other than polarising the society on the basis of jihad and instilling hate against India. The government of Pakistan expects the inflation-battling awaam to reunite for the Kashmir cause. But why?

Whether or not your heart bleeds for your own ethnic (Pashtuns, Baloch, Hazaras, Mohajir) and religious minorities (Shias, Ahmadis, Christians, Hindus), your heart must bleed for the Kashmiris. It doesn’t matter whether the Kashmiris want it or not.

Prime minister Imran Khan, who recently concluded what we were told was a successful visit to the United States, now finds himself answerless in front of the roaring opposition in Parliament. While he had pleaded US President Donald Trump of mediating on Kashmir issue, he now doesn’t know what actually happened with him. Clueless as ever, in his streetfighter style, the premier told what Narendra Modi’s BJP has done wasn’t cool, and like an astrologer, he also told what could happen. But what was missing as usual was what his plan was. Being unable to do anything about India’s constitutional amendment is one thing; giving sermons about the past quite another.

Pushing the international community to raise the issue of Kashmir is a lost cause, as is evident from the last 70 years of UN General Assembly outings. Also, Pakistan’s recent foreign policy debacles don’t help the cause either. Imran Khan, who had called on Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad for help, forgot how Mahathir had categorically said when he had visited Pakistan that he won’t take sides in the Kashmir conflict. Mahathir had also said that the reason for Malayisa’s success was that it isn’t in conflict with any of its neighbours.

During the Indian parliamentary election, Imran Khan had reiterated that Narendra Modi could solve the Kashmir issue. Like an astrologer, Khan got it right. The new measures from New Delhi signal towards etching the Line of Control into a permanent international boundary and like the Punjab and Bengal, Kashmir now too is partitioned.
 

kakamuna420

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
To phir abhi tak tum CEO kyun nahin banay. Ab Nawajay kay T-chatna chorro aur uss ka moot piyo shayad tumari bhi qismat jaag jaey.
Companies like Google, Microsoft, Facebook are CIA based projects and ethically corrupt. No good person especially whites would like to become the CEO. It is not about money but dong ethical work.
Therefore, they go for foreigners, because foreigners are ready to do anything for money.
 

sangeen

Minister (2k+ posts)
ابے حرامزادے اس گاؤ موتر پینے والے کو یہ نوکری سپر برین کی وجہ سے نہیں
بلکہ 150 کروڑ کے گاؤ موتر پینے والی آبادی، اور
بہت بڑی اکانومی سائز کی وجہ سے ملی ہے

سمجھے بغیر ختنے والے باپ کی اولاد ۔ ۔ ۔
Exactly.... They are not supper brain I will say they are dumb as compared to many other nationalities... but its their population which makes the difference.....
 

Dr Adam

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Hamaray Patwari bhi khota biryani khatay hein. Kuch waqt baad yeh bhi khotay ka moot peena shru ker dain gain!

کچھ وقت بعد............ ؟؟؟

!ابھی آپ کو نقشہ کھینچے دیتے ہیںآپکی پیشن گوئی کے تناظر میں انکی بریانی کا

بچپن میں دیکھا ہو گا کہ امی جان یا دادی جان یا نانی اماں جب فِرنی یا شِیر خُرما بناتی تھیں تو پک جانے کے بعد کانچ کے ڈونگوں میں ڈال کر فرج میں رکھنے سے پہلے اُسے ٹھنڈا ہونے کے لئے باہر ہی رکھے دیتی تھیں، اور جب انہیں اطمینان ہو جاتا کہ اب ٹیمپریچر مناسب ہے تو بڑے سلیقے سے اُن پر چاندی کے ورق لگا کر ہلکی سی مہک کیلئے عرقِ گلاب کے کچھ قطرے بھی چھڑکا دیا کرتی تھیں ، سب کچھ یاد ہے ناں؟؟؟

تو بھائی! یہ پٹواری نسل کے عجیب الخلت لوگ اپنی بریانی پر برکت اور خوشبو کے لئے کھوتے کے موتر کا چھڑکاؤ بہت پہلے سے کرتے چلے آ رہے ہیں . اب چونکہ یہ اِنکے منہ کو لگ چکا ہے اسلیے اِنکے مطابق اب

ہماڑے محتڑم قائد میاں محمد نواز شڑیف اوڑ اُن سے زیادہ محتڑم قائده مڑیم نواز شڑیف"
کی ایک کال پڑ ہم اُسے باقاعدہ مشڑوبِ مشڑق کے طوڑ پڑ پینا شڑوع کڑ دیں گے
"اُن کا حکم جو ہوا اسلئے ضڑوڑ شڑوع کڑنا ہو گا

دیکھو دیکھو کون آیا، شیڑ آیا شیڑ آیا
دیکھو دیکھو کون آئی، شیڑنی آئی شیڑنی آئی
 

baaghi01

Senator (1k+ posts)
Seriously? there are idiots who are wasting their time watching their debates? do you get anything out of it? it doesnt matter what they say anymore. You should be interacting with the international forums n media instead.

An indtiot became the google ceo big deal. Did you ever see a chinese or anyone from a security council p5 countries at such a level in those big companies? They develop their own country. These guys love to serve other countries over their own. Thats why they served every foreigner invader for 1000 years.
 

luckey_iam

MPA (400+ posts)
Kashmir Banega Pakistan: A dream sold to brainwash us since childhood now lies in tatters.

30 years on, Pakistan’s Kashmir policy has borne no fruits for regular Pakistanis, other than polarising society and instilling hate against India.

NAILA INAYAT Updated: 9 August, 2019 8:30 am IST


When the Narendra Modi government scrapped the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and announced its decision to turn the state into a Union Territory Monday, it caught the thekedars of Kashmir in Pakistan off guard. The reactions from the Imran Khan government were anything but serious, that too for a piece of land they once called their own.

Honestly, losing cricket matches to India have had better reactions in Pakistan. But the bigger question is: can Imran Khan’s government run without a Kashmir cause, as the saying goes ‘hukoomat petrol se nahin, Kashmir cause se chalti hai’.

Everyone in the ruling elite sold the ‘Kashmir banega Pakistan’ chooran to the best of their benefit – those in the Pakistani military to keep themselves viable, the politicians to use it during elections, the religious cartel to fan anti-Hindu sentiments, and the ordinary Pakistani to just watch all of them make hay.

Brainwashing since childhood
‘Kashmir banega Pakistan’ is what we were told as kids. ‘But how will it become a part of Pakistan when it is in India?’ We would ask. ‘Kashmir hamari shahrag hai (Kashmir is the jugular vein of Pakistan)’. So how are we managing to survive without this vein? The questions, we were told, had no answers, so they better not be asked either.

Growing up in the 1990s, our daily dose of brainwashing involved a 20-minute programme on Kashmir after the 9pm news on Pakistan Television. With Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s Iss duniya k gham jane kab hu gy kam playing in the background, we saw agonising images of Kashmir. It would eulogise Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Yasin Malik, Syed Ali Shah Geelani and other Kashmiri leaders – we were told that these men were the real heroes.

‘Our heart should bleed for Kashmir,’ was the loud and clear message. But how can the heart bleed for something that was only a state-imposed reality? We would think.
The rulers of Pakistan came and went but what remained unchanged was Pakistan’s Kashmir cause. A cause for which daring to be indifferent amounted to blasphemy of sorts.

Once a year, Pakistanis would get a day to free Kashmir. Every 5 February, they show solidarity with their Kashmiri brethren. School tableaux depict innocent Kashmiri girls singing folk songs and out of nowhere come Indian soldiers firing gunshots to arouse pathos in the audience.

The happenings of Kashmir Day always remained unclear – a national holiday which seemed just like any other off day. Kashmir Day would involve everything other than liberating Kashmir. Waking up late, watching Indian films, and hanging out with friends was our contribution to the cause of Kashmir.

And then there were the poster boys of Kashmir freedom movement. Hafiz Saeed, Syed Salahuddin or Ahmed Ludhianvi from banned militant outfits taking out processions, apprising the Pakistanis of the Kashmir issue. But why would you preach to the converted already?

What Pakistan’s Kashmir policy achieved
Now, nearly three decades later, Pakistan’s Kashmir policy has borne no fruits for regular Pakistanis, other than polarising the society on the basis of jihad and instilling hate against India. The government of Pakistan expects the inflation-battling awaam to reunite for the Kashmir cause. But why?

Whether or not your heart bleeds for your own ethnic (Pashtuns, Baloch, Hazaras, Mohajir) and religious minorities (Shias, Ahmadis, Christians, Hindus), your heart must bleed for the Kashmiris. It doesn’t matter whether the Kashmiris want it or not.

Prime minister Imran Khan, who recently concluded what we were told was a successful visit to the United States, now finds himself answerless in front of the roaring opposition in Parliament. While he had pleaded US President Donald Trump of mediating on Kashmir issue, he now doesn’t know what actually happened with him. Clueless as ever, in his streetfighter style, the premier told what Narendra Modi’s BJP has done wasn’t cool, and like an astrologer, he also told what could happen. But what was missing as usual was what his plan was. Being unable to do anything about India’s constitutional amendment is one thing; giving sermons about the past quite another.

Pushing the international community to raise the issue of Kashmir is a lost cause, as is evident from the last 70 years of UN General Assembly outings. Also, Pakistan’s recent foreign policy debacles don’t help the cause either. Imran Khan, who had called on Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad for help, forgot how Mahathir had categorically said when he had visited Pakistan that he won’t take sides in the Kashmir conflict. Mahathir had also said that the reason for Malayisa’s success was that it isn’t in conflict with any of its neighbours.

During the Indian parliamentary election, Imran Khan had reiterated that Narendra Modi could solve the Kashmir issue. Like an astrologer, Khan got it right. The new measures from New Delhi signal towards etching the Line of Control into a permanent international boundary and like the Punjab and Bengal, Kashmir now too is partitioned.
let kashmiri free from blocked and u will know what they think about Pakistan and india . Kashmir destiny is with Pakistan. chaiwala just speedup the process.
 

GreenMaple

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Companies like Google, Microsoft, Facebook are CIA based projects and ethically corrupt. No good person especially whites would like to become the CEO. It is not about money but dong ethical work.
Therefore, they go for foreigners, because foreigners are ready to do anything for money.
Your argument carries truth.
 
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