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Umair Nawaz

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I dont know what your smoking, but it seems like it is working out for you.
Think abt it; isnt that strange that US is again coming to a country asking for air access and bases, which is the reason why it is in this position on the first place? :lol:
1.5 trillion dollars gone down the gutter in Afghanistan, humiliating defeat, all thanks to Pak, and now its again coming back at our door step?? Taking it out of FATF list and all....

Socho beta Socho!!!
 

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Think abt it; isnt that strange that US is again coming to a country asking for air access and bases, which is the reason why it is in this position on the first place? :lol:
1.5 trillion dollars gone down the gutter in Afghanistan, humiliating defeat, all thanks to Pak, and now its again coming back at our door step?? Taking it out of FATF list and all....

Socho beta Socho!!!
In the process it has destroyed the first government for decades that actually cared for the people of Pakistan, imposed the very thieves upon you that are responsible for impoverishing Pakistan in the first place and destroyed your relationship with the only true friend you ever had, China.
Yes, I can see how we have brought the Americans to their knees.
 

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emotional rant!! tum bahar rehny waly log hamesha khoty k khoty he rehna!
Fikr not! IK wapis any wala ha, Once he comes, China, Russia etc will all be back to normal.
Tension leny ki zaroorat nai ha.
Akalmandon ka haal dekh lo🤣😂

Joote bhi khaate ho, ghulami bhi karte ho, wo bhi Nawaz, Zardari, Diesel jaison ki. 📍
 

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  • US senator says he is willing to help repair the damage done to US-Pakistan relations.
  • Says tensions between the two countries have been worsened by Imran Khan's anti-American statements.
  • US hopes incumbent Pakistani premier helps foster bilateral ties between Pakistan and the US, he says.
NEW YORK: In an interview with The Washington Post, US Senate Majority Leader Charles E Schumer has stated that he is willing to use his influence to help repair the damage done to US-Pakistan relations by the anti-American rhetoric of former Prime Minister Imran Khan, The News reported.
The US senator spoke to the American-Pakistan Advocacy Group (APDG) in New York, reiterating the administration's position on Imran Khan's claims that US government assistance in overthrowing his government was part of the Biden administration.


According to him, tensions between the two countries have been worsened by the former Pakistani prime minister's anti-American statements. Schumer has high hopes for Pakistan's current Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif to ameliorate the situation, and is willing to do anything he can to help.
According to the US Senate Majority Leader, the United States adheres to a policy of acceptance for individuals who have been elected through a democratic process and upholds democratic norms and ideals.
Hinting at Imran Khan, Schumer said: “Your former prime minister did not talk positive about the US but the incumbent Pakistani premier is expected to help foster bilateral ties between Pakistan and the US."
To a question as to what the US policy would be if Imran Khan came into power once again after winning elections, he said the US holds a dialogue with an elected head of the government, adding that no matter how intensely you disagree with someone, the best way to resolve issues is to hold a dialogue.
The US senator hoped for the restoration of friendly ties between the two countries and added that Pakistan had remained an ally of the US government. When Schumer asked the gathering whom the Pakistani community in the US supported, some of them said Imran Khan while others defused the situation by saying "mixed".
Senator Schumer also slammed the Indian government for persecuting Muslims in India and added that he supported the rights of Kashmiri people. The statement of the US senator is quite distinctive and meaningful despite the Indian lobby’s influence on the Biden administration as Schumer is the Leader of the House of his party in the Senate and enjoys great influence. Besides, no candidate has appeared against him in the upcoming US Senate elections and the chances of his return unopposed are very high.
Surprisingly, the remarks of the US senator, criticising Imran Khan and pinning hopes on Shehbaz, sent a wave of despair in the APAG gathering. The sentiments of the organisers of the event were not different from the audience, so they winded up the program abruptly. It is the first time when a key US senator has explicitly opposed Imran Khan’s anti-US rants.

Brahs....This alone tells you who is in the right.
 

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Think abt it; isnt that strange that US is again coming to a country asking for air access and bases, which is the reason why it is in this position on the first place? :lol:
1.5 trillion dollars gone down the gutter in Afghanistan, humiliating defeat, all thanks to Pak, and now its again coming back at our door step?? Taking it out of FATF list and all....

Socho beta Socho!!!


US wants military bases in Pakistan, because that's what Uncle Sam does. US has militaries bases in all of its "colonies". By having bases they setup shop near Iran from another side and negate Chinese influence in the area. Which is key.

Im pro Pakistani too, but give that everything runs through Pakistan rhetoric a rest. This past couple months should be evidence for everyone that pakistan is a client/slave state. Its "leaders"and in turn the people will always remain slave to amreeka and imf.
 

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View attachment 857624
  • US senator says he is willing to help repair the damage done to US-Pakistan relations.
  • Says tensions between the two countries have been worsened by Imran Khan's anti-American statements.
  • US hopes incumbent Pakistani premier helps foster bilateral ties between Pakistan and the US, he says.
NEW YORK: In an interview with The Washington Post, US Senate Majority Leader Charles E Schumer has stated that he is willing to use his influence to help repair the damage done to US-Pakistan relations by the anti-American rhetoric of former Prime Minister Imran Khan, The News reported.
The US senator spoke to the American-Pakistan Advocacy Group (APDG) in New York, reiterating the administration's position on Imran Khan's claims that US government assistance in overthrowing his government was part of the Biden administration.


According to him, tensions between the two countries have been worsened by the former Pakistani prime minister's anti-American statements. Schumer has high hopes for Pakistan's current Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif to ameliorate the situation, and is willing to do anything he can to help.
According to the US Senate Majority Leader, the United States adheres to a policy of acceptance for individuals who have been elected through a democratic process and upholds democratic norms and ideals.
Hinting at Imran Khan, Schumer said: “Your former prime minister did not talk positive about the US but the incumbent Pakistani premier is expected to help foster bilateral ties between Pakistan and the US."
To a question as to what the US policy would be if Imran Khan came into power once again after winning elections, he said the US holds a dialogue with an elected head of the government, adding that no matter how intensely you disagree with someone, the best way to resolve issues is to hold a dialogue.
The US senator hoped for the restoration of friendly ties between the two countries and added that Pakistan had remained an ally of the US government. When Schumer asked the gathering whom the Pakistani community in the US supported, some of them said Imran Khan while others defused the situation by saying "mixed".
Senator Schumer also slammed the Indian government for persecuting Muslims in India and added that he supported the rights of Kashmiri people. The statement of the US senator is quite distinctive and meaningful despite the Indian lobby’s influence on the Biden administration as Schumer is the Leader of the House of his party in the Senate and enjoys great influence. Besides, no candidate has appeared against him in the upcoming US Senate elections and the chances of his return unopposed are very high.
Surprisingly, the remarks of the US senator, criticising Imran Khan and pinning hopes on Shehbaz, sent a wave of despair in the APAG gathering. The sentiments of the organisers of the event were not different from the audience, so they winded up the program abruptly. It is the first time when a key US senator has explicitly opposed Imran Khan’s anti-US rants.

Yeah good luck with that stupid. Damage is done for with the local population soon the sell outs would be taken care of as well.

The last paragraph speaks for itself.
 

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He wasn't Anti-America, he was hot head and more Pro Afghan than Pro Pakistani' but at least he was not Anti America or west, I heard worse language been used by Indian Media about Americans than Pakistani's.
 

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Just get lost along with ur imposed regime.
IK has never uttered any anti US sentiments but I guess demanding relationship on equal footing is considered anti US sentiments, and why would they not when all it takes is a single phone call and a letter to bend over and spread wide by the so called protectors of this country.
 

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It's like you don't fight against the shark while being inside the water....

At the end of the day, the Pak Deep State has the final say. It's apparent they wanna go extra cautious for too much is at the stake for them....

By the by, Turkey has consented to the membership of Sweden and Finland into the NATO. It's like the march of the Mehter - two steps forward followed by one step backward (the resultant dispersion is one step forward)......
 
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Who cares what they say. But the stark reality is armies serve whom their funders are. Armies don't run on prayers and dam darud, they need $s. Similarly (paraphrasing Moeed Pirzada), the politicians know where the center of power is, when Bhutto was hung by the army on the orders of US, her own daughter went to US to get their asheervaad to reenter Pakistani Politics, and from that day PPP has been doing America's bidding in Pakistan just like the Army. Imran and his clan have an uphill battle, keep appealing to people's conscience and raising their moral standards to reject servantship, there is no other way.
 

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View attachment 857624
  • US senator says he is willing to help repair the damage done to US-Pakistan relations.
  • Says tensions between the two countries have been worsened by Imran Khan's anti-American statements.
  • US hopes incumbent Pakistani premier helps foster bilateral ties between Pakistan and the US, he says.
NEW YORK: In an interview with The Washington Post, US Senate Majority Leader Charles E Schumer has stated that he is willing to use his influence to help repair the damage done to US-Pakistan relations by the anti-American rhetoric of former Prime Minister Imran Khan, The News reported.
The US senator spoke to the American-Pakistan Advocacy Group (APDG) in New York, reiterating the administration's position on Imran Khan's claims that US government assistance in overthrowing his government was part of the Biden administration.


According to him, tensions between the two countries have been worsened by the former Pakistani prime minister's anti-American statements. Schumer has high hopes for Pakistan's current Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif to ameliorate the situation, and is willing to do anything he can to help.
According to the US Senate Majority Leader, the United States adheres to a policy of acceptance for individuals who have been elected through a democratic process and upholds democratic norms and ideals.
Hinting at Imran Khan, Schumer said: “Your former prime minister did not talk positive about the US but the incumbent Pakistani premier is expected to help foster bilateral ties between Pakistan and the US."
To a question as to what the US policy would be if Imran Khan came into power once again after winning elections, he said the US holds a dialogue with an elected head of the government, adding that no matter how intensely you disagree with someone, the best way to resolve issues is to hold a dialogue.
The US senator hoped for the restoration of friendly ties between the two countries and added that Pakistan had remained an ally of the US government. When Schumer asked the gathering whom the Pakistani community in the US supported, some of them said Imran Khan while others defused the situation by saying "mixed".
Senator Schumer also slammed the Indian government for persecuting Muslims in India and added that he supported the rights of Kashmiri people. The statement of the US senator is quite distinctive and meaningful despite the Indian lobby’s influence on the Biden administration as Schumer is the Leader of the House of his party in the Senate and enjoys great influence. Besides, no candidate has appeared against him in the upcoming US Senate elections and the chances of his return unopposed are very high.
Surprisingly, the remarks of the US senator, criticising Imran Khan and pinning hopes on Shehbaz, sent a wave of despair in the APAG gathering. The sentiments of the organisers of the event were not different from the audience, so they winded up the program abruptly. It is the first time when a key US senator has explicitly opposed Imran Khan’s anti-US rants.
The Senator can help mend relationship with Pakistan by giving us the 38 F22s they are retiring and some F35s as compensation.
 

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When is standing up for Pakistan being anti-american?

Choot k dhakkan BC.

We just don't wanna do slavery, how hard is it to understand?
 

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  • US senator says he is willing to help repair the damage done to US-Pakistan relations.
  • Says tensions between the two countries have been worsened by Imran Khan's anti-American statements.
  • US hopes incumbent Pakistani premier helps foster bilateral ties between Pakistan and the US, he says.
NEW YORK: In an interview with The Washington Post, US Senate Majority Leader Charles E Schumer has stated that he is willing to use his influence to help repair the damage done to US-Pakistan relations by the anti-American rhetoric of former Prime Minister Imran Khan, The News reported.
The US senator spoke to the American-Pakistan Advocacy Group (APDG) in New York, reiterating the administration's position on Imran Khan's claims that US government assistance in overthrowing his government was part of the Biden administration.


According to him, tensions between the two countries have been worsened by the former Pakistani prime minister's anti-American statements. Schumer has high hopes for Pakistan's current Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif to ameliorate the situation, and is willing to do anything he can to help.
According to the US Senate Majority Leader, the United States adheres to a policy of acceptance for individuals who have been elected through a democratic process and upholds democratic norms and ideals.
Hinting at Imran Khan, Schumer said: “Your former prime minister did not talk positive about the US but the incumbent Pakistani premier is expected to help foster bilateral ties between Pakistan and the US."
To a question as to what the US policy would be if Imran Khan came into power once again after winning elections, he said the US holds a dialogue with an elected head of the government, adding that no matter how intensely you disagree with someone, the best way to resolve issues is to hold a dialogue.
The US senator hoped for the restoration of friendly ties between the two countries and added that Pakistan had remained an ally of the US government. When Schumer asked the gathering whom the Pakistani community in the US supported, some of them said Imran Khan while others defused the situation by saying "mixed".
Senator Schumer also slammed the Indian government for persecuting Muslims in India and added that he supported the rights of Kashmiri people. The statement of the US senator is quite distinctive and meaningful despite the Indian lobby’s influence on the Biden administration as Schumer is the Leader of the House of his party in the Senate and enjoys great influence. Besides, no candidate has appeared against him in the upcoming US Senate elections and the chances of his return unopposed are very high.
Surprisingly, the remarks of the US senator, criticising Imran Khan and pinning hopes on Shehbaz, sent a wave of despair in the APAG gathering. The sentiments of the organisers of the event were not different from the audience, so they winded up the program abruptly. It is the first time when a key US senator has explicitly opposed Imran Khan’s anti-US rants.
no body wants relations with US! except for corrupt uniform thugs!
 

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You are correct. America tolerates no deviation. If a country has other ideas they are in trouble. Ask Gaddafi, oh you cannot he is dead!
 

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