Comments on: Rumours of “regime change” choke Pakistani airwaves Perspectives on Pakistan Thu, 01 Oct 2015 19:31:05 +0000 hourly 1 By: pakistan Sun, 10 Oct 2010 17:51:37 +0000 @KFisher
I like your wait and see for the next steps for good or worse. Here is one of the Nostradamus prophecy, which I find very appropriate too:
They shall be driven away without putting up a long fight.
They shall be harried more strongly through the countryside, Town and city shall put up stronger resistance.
Carcassone and Narbonne shall have their courage put to test.

Rex Minor

By: KINGFISHER Tue, 05 Oct 2010 13:02:06 +0000 I being a long time observer of Pakistan’s politics and seen its ups and down, I have the feeling that something is cooking up in the direction everybody calls now rumor. May be after a few days it may no more remain a rumor but may take the shape of reality, who is there who can deny his inevitable, facts of the future.

This Power is such a thing that any person/organization that tasted it could never forget its flavor that automatically invites them to taste it repeatedly. Thus if Army takes over there is nothing to be surprised.

I would prefer to observe and see the next steps how it turns the table for good or for worse. Wait, see and follow is the best policy in such cases.

By: rehmat Sun, 03 Oct 2010 07:32:16 +0000 Pakistan:
typo: [part of the herd]

By: rehmat Sun, 03 Oct 2010 07:26:29 +0000 Pakistan
“Plese do us a favour and do not use a very decent muslim name as your initial if you are worshipping the BULL!”

***Who is “us” up there? No need to go after my name now. There are many like me. How many names would u advise to change? You can call yourself Pakistan or Rex Minor I do not care. I look at the point made. My advice is to take a deep breath and RELAX. Think positive. Cynicism will carry you no where.

Feel free to say anything to me. I am not writing back to you on useless back and forth in this blog entry. You can have all the fun you want. But listen this carefully–I am not pack of the herd which you seem to be part of.

By: 777xxx777 Sun, 03 Oct 2010 06:42:10 +0000 @Rex
“Plese do us a favour and do not use a very decent muslim name as your initial if you are worshipping the BULL!”

Now you are trying to insult not only Rehmat but also Islam and humanity as well. Your choice of words is extremely poor.

By: pakistan Sun, 03 Oct 2010 02:07:29 +0000 @R
I guess you do not want a reply to your rude comments. The moderator has refused to accept my reply. Plese do us a favour and do not use a very decent muslim name as your initial if you are worshipping the BULL!
Rex Minor

By: rehmat Sat, 02 Oct 2010 23:55:45 +0000 Pakistan:
“You should have taken the advice of 777!”
*** That’s exactly what I did. Listened to him and did my own. Complicated?

Your problem is you do not see half glass full and you would continue to have problem even if India approaches utopia.

Relax, no need to give the following statement.
“Israel has been evicting palistinians from their land because the land was reserved for the jews before the arabisation of the land.”

Knowing nothing and talking like a loud speaker is called Bullshitting. That’s what you do. Sorry about my french but I am not that conciliatory.

Perhaps you can tell me what could have been a better verdict keeping in mind the fall outs. Also tell me what would have happened in any other place ONCE a minority religious site is demolished.

Young generation today care more about gadgets and ipods than about these issues. This happened before they were born or were toddlers. It is some outsiders like you who have NO STAKE in India and care less about the fall outs of a decision and some radical leaders and a minority from all communities in India which is a problem.

Just chill and have a drink for the Mosque is coming up, bit smaller than the original and no one has died in the riots. Celebrate life. I will pay for your drink when we meet.

By: 777xxx777 Sat, 02 Oct 2010 17:02:43 +0000 @Rex
Judges are also human and to err is human. That’s why there is supreme court and ample legal procedure to follow.

Unprecedented calm in country even in wake of supposedly a fiercely fought issue is example enough that people want peace. No curfew not even in a single city in India and especially not in a single city of state of UP (where Ayodhya is) is a glaring and refreshing vision of young and vibrant India. Message to fools of New Delhi should be loud and clear that Gen Y is coming and we do not want mandir(temple) masjid(mosque) nonsense; all we want is peace and progress for all.

Anyway since we are going way off topic so lets end it here. India internal issues are not meant to be discussed here in this article.

By: pakistan Sat, 02 Oct 2010 14:38:04 +0000 @777
i fully agree with your logic, but logic is not always the truth. India claims for secularism and the independent judiciary makes a political decision. as long as there are no riots and loss of life, the world is not concerned. i am simply an observer and analyse, i do not influence the decisions.
Most of the Indian citizens have a common culture and most probably a common DNA regardless of their ethnic and religious differences. and yet it is the ethnic dívide and the religious alliances mostly influence their political attitude.
But this is another discussion.
let there be a peace if the people want it and let there be the war if that is what the people desire. We must keep the sence of humour though i do not sence your satire and you do not mine.
Rex Minor

By: 777xxx777 Sat, 02 Oct 2010 02:44:10 +0000 @Rex
“i did not get the impression today that the minority muslim leaders”

Thats the trouble of muslims/hindus/sikhs/christians in India their stupid fool LEADERS. Current set of LEADERS are a problem for every Indian be it hindu (biggest fool leaders), muslim (leaders next on foolishness index after hindu leaders), sikh, christian, anyone else. I agree with Rehmat that ordinary people be it any community want to move on. For Gen Y of this nation it is only economics and security that matters, temple or mosque do NOT matter at all. I have a few muslim friends who care least about a masjid or mandir, all they care about is money and wealth. Supreme court of India will intentionally and cleverly take another 50 years to arrive at a decision and by then no one in either community will care about the issue. Even now people feel that let the land be put to some good use like hospital, school or may be even a power generation facility. As I said u watch idiot box too much and form rigid opinions without investigating deep. And today in India its the Gen Y that is real driving force of the nation and that’s why unprecedented calm in India despite of leaders desperately wanting to instigate violence and surprisingly no curfew declared in any part of India at all. As I said before also since u know little and comment a lot so u shud follow ur OWN advice, and investigate DEEP.