Comments on: A letter for Pakistan’s Kayani from an Indian officer http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/04/19/a-letter-for-pakistans-kayani-from-an-indian-officer/ Perspectives on Pakistan Thu, 01 Oct 2015 19:31:05 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: OneNation OneWorld http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/04/19/a-letter-for-pakistans-kayani-from-an-indian-officer/comment-page-2/#comment-17137 Tue, 28 Apr 2009 13:44:45 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=2479#comment-17137 Why we divide people in Muslim and rest of the world. And why Muslims are in state of denial for everything thats going on and want others to LEAVE THEM ALONE. This is our problem ….some people bringing whole civilization at their knees just to prove they are superior. I just want to say people should not Blame US or India for the virus that is spreading. Instead of passing judgement it should be working together and find the solution. Blaming america for this thing wont solve any purpose. Its their stand to enter at places they wanted(with consent of many of the countries included AF and pak).I dont want to offend anyone but my simple view is not pertaing to one single country…its the whole world which is at stake and terrorism is just one of the problem world is facing. I believe the ideaology with which some fanatics work should not be supported by anyone, by any religion…thats just bad antimatter prevailing.Think about working together…work as BROTHERS IN ARM NOT ENEMY WITH ARMS/WEAPONS

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By: rajeev http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/04/19/a-letter-for-pakistans-kayani-from-an-indian-officer/comment-page-2/#comment-17036 Mon, 27 Apr 2009 16:40:42 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=2479#comment-17036 @@KeithThe “Rest of the World” still can’t wipeout terrorists from Afghanistan after 8 years of trying, and the same situation in Iraq. So mind your own business please.- Posted by Aamir AliAamir Ali: If the rest of world start minding their business, you will go hungry for the obvious reasons.

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By: Mauryan http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/04/19/a-letter-for-pakistans-kayani-from-an-indian-officer/comment-page-2/#comment-17035 Mon, 27 Apr 2009 16:37:30 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=2479#comment-17035 Aamir the asinine Ali writes: “Drop the Indian habit of including insults in everything and try to make a point without them.”Ok. Please do the same for us. Stop comparing your country with ours. We consider it an insult. You do that and we will stop insulting you.”It is not Pakistan’s fault that America elected an idiot twice, and that US/NATO have achieved very little in Afghanistan in 8 years. If you look at Iraq/Palestine the situation is equally abysmal.”It is not the drunken driver’s fault if he ran his car over others and killed them. He was in his own world. America elected an idiot twice. But Pakistan exploited it thinking it was going to pay them huge dividends in the long run against you know who. When Bush was president, Musharraf quietly allowed Al Qaeda and Taliban to slip into Pakistan so that they could wait out for the departure of the Americans. Also Musharraf helped the elements regroup and stage attacks on the flimsy infrastructure in Afghanistan so that a nation cannot be built. Unfortunately, the idiot’s term ended and we now have a bright man as President. And he can zero in on who the culprit is. So as soon as he took over, he decided not to look at Afghanistan separately. He combined Pakistan with it. And your sour faces did not mind that so long as India was included in the insult club as well. But that did not work. The Taliban waited and nothing happened. The Americans are killing them with drones and the Paki army is unable to help. So it has begun to turn on the Paki army and the rest is in the newspapers. So do not play innocent victims. You guys were up to your neck in the whole thing. Without your involvement, Afghanistan would be on its way to progress.”Hence the “World” should mind its own business with regards to Pakistan.The “world” generally does not care much about South Asia. But unfortunately criminals attacked their cities from 2001 onwards. The “world” realized that all these troubles are emanating from a nuclear armed, radicalized Islamic nation, with its government, intelligence and military providing the logistics.”The letter by the Indian colonel was trash and treated as trash by Pakistani readers. The newspaper later apologized for publishing it.”You guys stop hating India first. We will reciprocate our friendliness. We have said repeatedly that we’d like to be left alone. So tell your establishment to stop organizing Mumbai style attacks, and stop wasting your money and emotions on Kashmir.

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By: Keith http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/04/19/a-letter-for-pakistans-kayani-from-an-indian-officer/comment-page-2/#comment-17031 Mon, 27 Apr 2009 14:25:50 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=2479#comment-17031 The letter was cheeky. But the gist of it was not off a base. I am fairly sure that Kayani has heard like minded sentiments from diplomats and generals from around the world.It’s unfortunate though that Pakistani’s responded with such bluster instead of taking the issues to heart and addressing them.

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By: Keith http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/04/19/a-letter-for-pakistans-kayani-from-an-indian-officer/comment-page-2/#comment-17030 Mon, 27 Apr 2009 14:22:35 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=2479#comment-17030 Aamir,The only reason that the NATO and US forces are struggling in Afghanistan is because the sanctuaries of the insurgents we face are in Pakistan. No insurgency has ever been won without taking out the sanctuaries of the insurgents. Sooner or later the world will have to find a way to deal with this conundrum. That’s why we now talk about an AfPak problem. Go to any diplomatic or intelligence agency in the west. You will find that the Afghanistan and Pakistan files are now always grouped together.As for us minding our own business…we would if you would stop harbouring insurgent who are fighting our troops in our country we are trying to stabilize. We would also not be overly concerned if you had a better grasp of the security situation in your country. When insurgents start getting with a 100 miles of nuclear weapons and your army appears not to be too interested in engaging them it becomes a global concern, especially since they could end up in New York or Paris or Toronto or London or Mumbai. When your problems give us sleepless nights that’s when it becomes our business. Fix your problems and we’ll butt out.After all, what would Pakistanis be saying if Hindu extremists look set to overrun Indian military establishments with nuclear weapons? Would you be worried then if the world was showing concern? Or what about some Christian fundamentalists who looked they were going to get a hold of nuclear weapons to use on Islamic countries? Wouldn’t you be worried about it? That’s the image the world has of Pakistan today. It’s up to you to convince us that you can control the insurgents and that the nukes are safe. Otherwise, it’s our problem.

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By: Aamir Ali http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/04/19/a-letter-for-pakistans-kayani-from-an-indian-officer/comment-page-2/#comment-17021 Mon, 27 Apr 2009 04:16:06 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=2479#comment-17021 @MauryanDrop the Indian habit of including insults in everything and try to make a point without them.It is not Pakistan’s fault that America elected an idiot twice, and that US/NATO have achieved very little in Afghanistan in 8 years. If you look at Iraq/Palestine the situation is equally abysmal. Hence the “World” should mind its own business with regards to Pakistan.The letter by the Indian colonel was trash and treated as trash by Pakistani readers. The newspaper later apologized for publishing it.

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By: Rajababu http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/04/19/a-letter-for-pakistans-kayani-from-an-indian-officer/comment-page-2/#comment-17001 Sun, 26 Apr 2009 09:24:41 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=2479#comment-17001 Dear all,The letter by the Colonel has to be taken in the right spirit. It talks a lot of hidden agendas/surmises/plots that needs to be understood analysed and probed. Only an intelligent man/woman can decipher whats written in the letter. In a common mans terminology it simply says to pak army, whats going on in ur backyard, either ur aware of it and deliberaltely see the other way or u force must be the dumbest in the world. Also its also riducles that when u cant take charge of the taliban how can u expect to win a war with India????? Any answers???

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By: ravindra merchant http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/04/19/a-letter-for-pakistans-kayani-from-an-indian-officer/comment-page-2/#comment-16994 Sun, 26 Apr 2009 04:18:18 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=2479#comment-16994 this is not pakistans war. it is a danger to India also. The control by Taliban will ensure lawlessness & the principle of might is right. Not only will it endanger the region, but the world. It is high time that the leaders of both countries fight a joint effort. The US is also not blameless. Taaliban has been supported by them during their infancy and today it has become a monster threatening the entire developing world.It is against progress & all that we believe in. India is not a threat to Pakistan. Pakistan is a buffer & the target is India.

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By: Mauryan http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/04/19/a-letter-for-pakistans-kayani-from-an-indian-officer/comment-page-2/#comment-16987 Sun, 26 Apr 2009 01:06:37 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=2479#comment-16987 Aamir the asinine Ali writes: “The “Rest of the World” still can’t wipeout terrorists from Afghanistan after 8 years of trying, and the same situation in Iraq. So mind your own business please.”The rest of the world did not work on Afghanistan. Only the US and its allies did. Interestingly your country is the first ally in this effort and it betrayed the Americans by accommodating all criminals who destroyed Afghanistan and protected them. America respected your sovereignty and did not go after them. And they were ruled by an idiot for 8 years who suddenly went after Iraq instead of focusing on Afghanistan. You know all this. Yet you talk like an idiot. Had the Americans wanted, they could have finished off the whole Islamic insurgency in one swoop before 2004. They have learned now that Pakistanis are not to be trusted anymore. So be patient. They will come in and work you guys out as well. They will have to rebuild two nations after that – Afghanistan and Pakistan. In the case of the latter, India’s help will be needed. So we will be there to take care of you guys. We prefer small nations rather than one radicalized Islamic nation next to us. Bangladesh was a good start. So wait patiently. We will do good for you.

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By: Aamir Ali http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/2009/04/19/a-letter-for-pakistans-kayani-from-an-indian-officer/comment-page-2/#comment-16965 Sat, 25 Apr 2009 17:57:28 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/pakistan/?p=2479#comment-16965 @KeithThe “Rest of the World” still can’t wipeout terrorists from Afghanistan after 8 years of trying, and the same situation in Iraq. So mind your own business please.

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