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    Hey Congratulations to Bangladesh on winning a very important election.

    I don't know why alot of Pakistani's on these boards are hostile towards Bangladesh. I am happy the Jamaat lost and they should be banned EVERYWHERE even in Paksitan they cause nothing but problems.... look at what they did in NWFP.

    I believe in Freedom of Speech but i don't believe in a thing like a RELIGIOUS PARTY. I hate Religious clergy as a governing body. Jamaat parties are for weak minded people who can't think for themselves and are looking towards complete totalitarianism. Anyways.. the only way to root out corruption is to have a stable national assembly that remains consistent over time because it flushes out the bad and brings in the good. Its a long process that may take years and even decades but there has to be a place to START.

    Good luck Bangladesh and a happy new year to everyone on the Board.
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    My disdain for those people has nothing to do with Jamaat or any of those Quran thumping parties which I hate as well. Most of you don't live around them as I did growing up in the UK. They are very selfish and exploit Indian and Pakistani people equally for their own ends while stabbing them in the back.

    I apologize to all Bangla members here for my visceral opinion. But there's a reason some of the most rabid rabble rousers on here are Bangla members. In the company of Pakistani's they trash Indians and vice-versa. :eek:
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    Although your assumption is wrong but anyways your apology is accepted.
    Happy New Year.
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    HAPPY NEW YEAR BROTHER!:cheers::partay:
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    An Indian pose as Pakistani lasted only for that long like 'Feel Good' mode did after watching SRK's movies. See, Indian couldn't hide his IDENTITY as his real color emerged. It could be understood why English rightly generalize them as BLOODY INDIANS.
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    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!!
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    When someone acts as judge, jury and executioner then him certifying his chosen one's conduct is a mere joke in real Judiciary.
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    I'm sorry I don't understand Banglish or watch trite Indian cinema. I guess I agree with the jist of your post which is don't trust India(wish your countrymen would follow), but as for the rest.....:rofl:
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    Happy New Year to all
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    Celebrating win in AWAMY style,

    AMAR DESH PUBLICATIONS

    Enjoy my Bdeshi brothers. Mo Fos of RAWAMY LEAGUERS hasn't spared a day to terrorize the whole country. Conscious people, who has seen them for over 50 years are starting to have BONE CHEALING/SHIBERING through their spines.
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    I don't expect anything less form Awami dalal. This is just a beginning. It seems to me BD people doesn't have good memory. They already forgot about 96-2001 Awami period. A lot people will be disappoint in the coming days ahead.
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    Brother it is not the BD people that has elected AL but the INDO-ZIO-NAZI led war party, who wants annihilation of all practicing Muslims from the planet. Dark days are mulling on Bangladeshi patriot's ways. I despise Khaleda for being so nice and not talking against army or RAB for the extra judicial killings of her dedicated cadres. My analysis indicates that neither Khaleda nor Nizami fit against murderous ALs and BHANGEE country needs to be broken into 3 parts to fix the power imbalance in our Sub-continent. Today AL goons can get away with all the murders because of BHANGEE LAND is our back yard. It is the GEOGRAPHY that has made us so vulnerable.
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    Quit the bhangee crap out! Try to be civil!
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    Well, after going through the latest posts, I am unsure where this disucussion is heading to. Anyways as I would like to come back to the original topic.. find my following observation

    1) Bangladesh started a new begining as all the political parties in this election tried to focus on future, not the past gibberish. I believe AL was the champion in it and they could sell that to the country men.

    2) AL success was also due to the fact that they were for change and were willing to or proactive in reform. Caretaker govt at least could establish that the reform is needed even though minus 2 did not fly.

    3) BNP's reluctance in election and in reform was the main reason of their landslide defeat.

    4) BNP looks more obolete than anytime before. Their total leadership is in collapse. BNP also lost its popular support among young and women voters.

    5) BNP also failed to unite the party and all the left leaning politicians are now out of power sphere which made them vulnerable and made them more stereotyped.

    6) Jamaat did not loose any support but BNP lost support due to the war criminal issues among young voters.

    7) AL could have gained same result even without JP as it seemed that the strenght of Boat was so strong which swept even others like LDP, JP(where seats were open) and BNP reformist. Nobody could even put up a fight.

    8) This election also strengthen the power grip of two families (zia/mujib). We could not get out of this vicious circle.

    9) Just a thought, what if JP and few leftist and independent decide to form a coalition and go for Opposition. Which will choke the chicken from the neck for BNP. Any possibility???

    10) JP gained their ground after a long long decay. Its was JP's finest decission to form the alliance with AL.

    11) There already a vacume created for a third center right political party in Bangladesh to substitute BNP. This is a long due as BNP failed miserably...

    Please shed some of your thoughts on my above observation.
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