Latest Paki joke

So, the UN and Pak have declared Jamat ul Dawa a terrorist organisation and froze its assets and money.  While the morons in the UN were debating, the Paki government would have already taken out the money.  And Jamat-ul-Dawa would have renamed itself Jamai-ka-Dawa, Jumme-ka-Dawa or Jummerat Bazar or… let your mind go on a naming spree.

Asking the Pakis to clamp down on terror is like asking Gandhi to take up guns.  Terrorism is in the blood of Pakis.  They will never let go of any opportunity to foment trouble in the region or in the world.  Pakistan is today nothing but an international migraine (as per Madeline Albright).  So true.

The only respite for the world will come when Pak is squeezed economically and the Paki govt made to grovel on its knees.  Here are 12 easy to do steps on getting Pakistani economy on its knees.

A stable Pakistan is not in the interest of world peace, leave alone India. Army controls the country and owns its economy.

A significant portion of its GDP is due to army-controlled entities (See: Military Inc – Inside Pakistan’s Military Economy, by Ayesha Siddiqa; OUP; 2007). One can easily say that Pakistan economy and its Army/ISI are synonymous.

Unless this elementary fact is internalised, we are not going anywhere. This implies we should stop talking of a stable Pakistan since a stable Pakistan means multiple attacks on many more cities of India by that rogue organisation ISI, which is the core of the Pakistan Army and the heart of Pakistan’s economy.

Let us not even assume that Zardari is in control. Poor man — he did not trust his own investigators to probe his wife’s assassination — he wanted Scotland Yard to do the job. Now he blabbers that if his investigators are satisfied, then he will initiate action against terrorists sitting inside Pakistan.

Periodically, the Pakistan Army likes to present some useful idiots (as Lenin would have called them) as elected representatives and we swoon over such events.

Read the 12 steps to destroy the Paki economy here.

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  • Manpreet

    Nah Liju, I wont ever want their economy to go into the bin.
    Who suffers? People…
    Are our people and their people different? Are our children and their children different?
    Lamhon ki khata ki saza sadiyon ko kyon??

  • Liju Philip

    Manpreet, an economically stable Pak is an even more headache for India. It just gives their army the leverage and money to foment more terrorism in India and the neighbourhood.

    Of course our people and theirs are different. I simply dont care if all Pakis rot in hell. I have no sympathy for them after what has happened. If all that the Pakis can do after every terrorist attack is to ask for proof, i dont think we should even talk to them anymore. We need to disconnect from Pak, isolate them both economically, politically and if possible militarily.

    And first kick out all the Paki traders, entertainers, sportspeople from India. We have had enough of their crap here.

  • Manpreet

    And then how will we different from Americans who attacked and kicked out the Muslims ( and every turbaned head) post 9/11?
    How will we be different from Raj Thuggrey who wants to kick out all “bhaiyas” from Mumbai for petty crimes happening?

    Of course, We should not condone the wrongs done to India by Pakistan. Punjab has suffered the most due to Pakistan and over the years died a slow death everyday. Somehow, I still cannot bring myself to hate them enough to see them on their knees.
    I dont know why.

  • Liju Philip

    Its precisely why America has had no attacks post 9/11 on their soil. Its precisely how we need to strengthen ourselves and our country’s borders/army/security personnel. We are not saying that bomb Pak and stuff. Iam asking for an economic blockade so that the people suffer for it. So that the pain is finally felt by the rogue Paki army and ISI and the people of Pak overthrow the Paki army and clip their wings.

    Raj Thuggeray is a coward. He was busy with his uncle making vada pavs when terrorists were striking the heart of his so called city. I dont approve of his politics anyway.

  • Liju Philip

    Earlier i could never bring myself to blame the Pakistani in general. But you read their papers and media and you realise that there is no remorse for what their people did. They are blaming RSS, LTTE, Jews, Mossad, CIA, VHP, Maoist, South Indians, FBI, RAW, IB and everyone else possible for the attacks. With all the evidence pointing towards their own country and people, they simply dont want to accept that or act on it. They are simply ignorant of the mayhem their country is creating in the neighbourhood.

    Maybe the average Pakistani is plain stupid or maybe he is indifferent, but we cant wait for them to wake up from their stupor and get their house in order. We need to do something and do something NOW.

    An economic blockade is something to start off and we can jack up the screws as and when they dont crack down on the home grown terrorism or the rogue Paki army.

  • Liju Philip

    Hey Christy, Satish and all. Liju here. Sorry for all the lousy replies. I had shared my password with someone and they replied to all your posts.

    My apologies. I remove all the posts. Please feel free to post on the blog. That fellow had even blocked your IPs. I will check the settings and unblock them.

    Aplogies again. Cheers.

  • Amit

    They will always find loopholes around all the bans. They won’t be having any motto to live for if they stop doing this.