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Pakistan’s political change ‘won’t affect solid friendship with China’

redtom

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That is where u are wrong. IK realised his mistakes for negotiate with China and move on. This anger the western and this coup is definitely to install a puppet government designed to serve the interest of western world. Look at the western media. Not a single condemn from them about the undemocratic moves to removed a legal elected PM.

This coup is totally different from previous one. Pakistan will soon keep quiet about Kashmir and allow India to enroach further. F-16 V and T-129K will soon approve to be exported to Pakistan.

This current government is not serving the Interest of most Pakistanis. Pakistan and China r/s will soon turn cold.
The economic crisis will cause India to continue to promote nationalism, India's suppression of Muslims will not stop, unless Pakistanis are ready to convert to Hinduism in full, I don't think there is room for Compromise.

The economic crisis will cause India to continue to promote nationalism, India's suppression of Muslims will not stop, unless Pakistanis are ready to convert to Hinduism in full, I don't think There is room for Compromise.

Moreover, if India needs to use foreign war to solve India's economic problems, even if India annexes Pakistan, then Pakistan's economic problems will not be solved. Ultimately it will only lead to civil strife throughout South Asia.
 

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That is where u are wrong. IK realised his mistakes for negotiate with China and move on. This anger the western and this coup is definitely to install a puppet government designed to serve the interest of western world. Look at the western media. Not a single condemn from them about the undemocratic moves to removed a legal elected PM.

This coup is totally different from previous one. Pakistan will soon keep quiet about Kashmir and allow India to enroach further. F-16 V and T-129K will soon approve to be exported to Pakistan.

This current government is not serving the Interest of most Pakistanis. Pakistan and China r/s will soon turn cold.
The difference between Ilam Khan and Sharif is anti American and pro Taliban. Their attitude towards China and India is the same.
Don't overestimate the regime change in Pakistan. Contrary to the familiar Chinese model, Pakistan has long been weak in the central govt and strong in local areas. Pashtuns, Sindhis and Punjabis alk have a strong voice. Ilam Khan and Sharif are actually representatives of local power groups in the central govt.
Imran Khan's PTI is a relatively Populist Party, mainly Pashtuns in Khyber pakhtunkhwa province and young people in big cities. Therefore, its political position is more inclined to "Islamic Nationalism", anti American and pro Taliban, which will naturally have great contradictions with the Muslim League and the people's party.
Ilam Khan does have the support of most Pakistanis, but he has no absolute advantage. The middle class in cities such as Islamabad does not support Ilam Khan.
Americans may have been involved in this regime change, but the bigger reason should be economic problems. Influenced by COVID-19, Pakistan's economic situation is not good at present. What's worse is the uneven distribution of internal interests, which leads to the joint opposition of the middle class and local forces.
It is said that the Americans may have contributed to the incident. Ilam Khan initially came to power with the support of the United States, but his attitude towards the West has become increasingly tough. This time, on the issue of Ukraine, Ilam Khan's words "do you treat us as slaves" have a great impact on the reputation of the United States. So Americans have reason to get rid of Ilam Khan.

On the whole, I believe that the Americans are involved in the change of regime in Pakistan. But I don't believe that the USA has the ability to install a puppet govt. The opposition should only cooperate with the United States, not a puppet.
 

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The economic crisis will cause India to continue to promote nationalism, India's suppression of Muslims will not stop, unless Pakistanis are ready to convert to Hinduism in full, I don't think there is room for Compromise.

The economic crisis will cause India to continue to promote nationalism, India's suppression of Muslims will not stop, unless Pakistanis are ready to convert to Hinduism in full, I don't think There is room for Compromise.

Moreover, if India needs to use foreign war to solve India's economic problems, even if India annexes Pakistan, then Pakistan's economic problems will not be solved. Ultimately it will only lead to civil strife throughout South Asia.
With so many Pakistanis selling out their country. I would not be surprised the one on top closed one eye on matters of Indian Muslim being abused to suit their Uncle Sam master instruction.

They will be focus of isolating China and strengthen US/Pakistan r/s. Anti-India and reclaim of Kashmir is the lowest priority.
 

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Shehbaz Sharif being Prime Minister will not affect relations with China.

All political parties in Pakistan are pro-China.

Whether it is PTI, PMLN, or PPP.
Same in China , all are pro-Pakistan8-).


Oppose all acts, statements, and personalities that undermine Sino-Pakistani friendship, and support all acts, statements, and personalities that enhance China-Pakistani friendship. (This criterion of judgment is independent of nationality, religion, gender, and culture.)
For example, if a Pakistani/Chinese person behaves, speaks or acts in a way that destroys China-Pakistan friendship, we(Pakistani/Chinese) will not hesitate to oppose him/her . 💓💓💓💓💓
 

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