Last edited by Pakistani Man; 05-09-2010 at 05:47 AM.
I was trying to say were not we're, you're mistaken. Period follows the quotation mark when not using direct quotation. Here the purpose was emphasis.
Grammar Nazism aside, how is this somehow relevant :-
"we are taught those who did ill in the past will continue to do so in the future"
Will she come out of the grave now?
To most extent I am pro-Musharaf, that's because I don't find many options other then him when I see towards the lot of our leaders. I feel that he is a sincere leader and always puts Pakistan's interests first. I don't think the leaders from our other political parties have this trait except for PTI.
I think you correctly refuted the things that 'Paksindhi' listed against Musharaf but along with refuting these points you also mentioned you are anti-Musharraf, would you please tell why is that? Also, who else would you like to support?
If I am given an option between Musharaf and Imran I will pick Imran but I feel he won't be able to make it, mostly because of his weak party; I don't see anyone from his party other then him making any impact on the masses.
I would reconsider using the word "anti-Mushrraf" myself. Seems like the ramblings of a bigoted extremist.I think you correctly refuted the things that 'Paksindhi' listed against Musharaf but along with refuting these points you also mentioned you are anti-Musharraf, would you please tell why is that? Also, who else would you like to support?
There's a Musharraf sticky thread and you can find the arguments of many people including me in that forum. I have no love lost for a dictator and while I reject their rule entirely, I am willing to debate the supposed economic benefits that successive military juntas have brought us. The ills of chronic dictatorships are unlimited, we do not want any self styled saviors, self righteous and arrogant opportunists who grasp power when their mountain adventures go wrong for they cannot sanely evaluate even the military outcomes let alone diplomatic ones, and we do not need any juntas to rule over us.
I was a member of the PTI for nearly three years and spent a lot of time doing political work with them. Sadly, it's another dictatorship much like other parties in Pakistan. It's a social evil. Debate and dissent are unwelcome, individual expression is trampled upon and a "supreme leader" overshadows everybody else. PTI is no less than a dictatorship, softer versions do not exist. My reasons for living are numerous and I'm convinced that use of religion in political rhetoric or in political actions are a big problem that PTI needs to tackle. I'm extremely left leaning and such views are unwelcome in the dictatorship that is PTI.If I am given an option between Musharaf and Imran I will pick Imran but I feel he won't be able to make it, mostly because of his weak party; I don't see anyone from his party other then him making any impact on the masses.
The best dictatorship known to mankind.
best dictotorship??, there are only three degrees to define forceful/self imposed leadership who are destined to follow their own path rather that path defined by the nation which are bad, worse, worst, not good better best.
there is no way Musharraf can win with Nawaz's popularity
obviously leadership should be the choice of the people but after leader is chosen he should be given free reign to do what he wants
Last edited by Canadian; 08-07-2010 at 10:43 AM.
just because someone doesn't have english school experience doesn't mean they are uneducated. an uneducation person is the person who doesn't have moral education because that is what makes a person do good or bad things. school just gives you knowledge so you can do a job to make a living.
please tell me,as i know, you have great hatred for urdu speakers a.k.a muhajirs a.k.a lesser pakistanis or indian blood, so why you support musharraf a.k.a busharraf in the first place.
you are a bacha(kid) and dont deserve to even share you thought.
Last edited by U-571; 05-09-2010 at 09:10 AM.
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