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Chain Smoker

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So now after publicly announcing India's hand behind Lawhore blast *censored* establishment must be under deep pressure from inbreds. I expect some fireworks in coming days.
 

Milspec

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USA is finding new ways to screw up Pakistan

Just 3 more years for Bankruptcy
IMF will bail out again....

May be "Ek Dhakka aur do" Strategy to looked at in a different way.
 
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STEPHEN COHEN

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IMF will bail out again....

May be "Ek Dhakka aur do" Strategy to looked at in a different way.

Pakistan will soon reach a point where
If IMF , and Western credit rating agencies just issue a statement that Pakistan's external debt is unsustainable
Then No Commercial bank will lend money to it

Simply put Pakistani bonds will become
Junk bonds

Now that depends on "When " US wants to Push Pakistan towards bankruptcy

That will also mean that US Pakistan relationship will become totally adversarial like NoKO and Iran

A lot depends on the Unfolding events in Afghanistan and How " CIA and CNN " give A Spin to them
 
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Cole_phelps

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So now after publicly announcing India's hand behind Lawhore blast *censored* establishment must be under deep pressure from inbreds. I expect some fireworks in coming days.

Maybe it was the main plan to show drone attacks as retaliation of assassination attempt on hafiz saeed had an IAF asset been lost.

Salwars think they are clever by staging attempt on dreaded terrorists which may or may not succeed and on line with Indian narrative of striking terrorists in Paxtan and then Paxtan can retaliate with impunity. Obviously this is also related to cause tension and blackmail US to strike a deal with India during pullback.
 

_Anonymous_

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Another one of those delusions of grandeur @Ginvincible

If you're ever wondering why Paxtan is in the state it is in, a great deal of it has to do with their elites being in la la land. It begins from seeing themselves as legatees of the Mughal Empire. The rest automatically follows.

Babur & the rest of his descendants must definitely be performing sommersaults in their graves to see peasants who served them claim kinship to them but who's to break this news of what reality constitutes to the Paxtani elite. And those who dream up such dreams & articulate them are actually sane people .
 

Ginvincible

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Another one of those delusions of grandeur @Ginvincible

If you're ever wondering why Paxtan is in the state it is in, a great deal of it has to do with their elites being in la la land. It begins from seeing themselves as legatees of the Mughal Empire. The rest automatically follows.

Babur & the rest of his descendants must definitely be performing sommersaults in their graves to see peasants who served them claim kinship to them but who's to break this news of what reality constitutes to the Paxtani elite. And those who dream up such dreams & articulate them are actually sane people .

Alternate history is always fun but it has to be well written and thought through to really provoke thought. The concept is interesting, what if Pakistan did dispute the islands and what if they did somehow prioritize the islands during partition? The biggest issue is that Lakshadweep was never disputed. It was part of the Madras Presidency when it acceded to India. The article seemingly handwaves Indian intervention when it's sovereign soil is violated.
 
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lcafanboy

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This sums up the Pakistan's story.....😊😊
 

jetray

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"I am not malala day"...... :ROFLMAO:


The association's president, Kashif Mirza, held a press conference, flanked by a few of the the federation's members, where he lashed out against Malala for what he termed as the "promotion of Western values" among the people of Pakistan.

Mirza cut a quixotic figure — dressed in a tuxedo, complete with a bow tie — as he railed against the 'conspiracy' to impose Western values.
 
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