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What freedom movement? There is no freedom movement in Kashmir.
My stance is the same. When majority is almost not supporting the cause, then it doesn't make any sense to kill one or two. It's irritating, and has almost no effect(have you ever figured out how many Indian soldiers are killed in kashmir since 1980s?). In valley, people are happy with current situation, and sooner or later, their will be no one pro-pakistan left there. Ali Gelani was our last hope, and the last hope for separation.
Like I said...u r able to judge from a distance and make these comments belittling Kashmiris' efforts bcuz u didn't have to fight for freedom...against oppression urself.

It is an easy choice between liberty or death...
...but when picking up a gun to fight for that liberty...extends beyond the risk to ur life...and can result in jeopardizing ur family's safety...even the bravest of men have second thoughts.
 

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Pathetic?? Our support to kashmiri militancy simply doesn't exist. Whatever they are doing is on their own

We are not even asking Taliban to reign in TTP or else face complete economic boycott and blockade from our side

Pakistani military under Bajwa and Imran Khan is a joke

Yeh donon jaye to hi kuch change hoga. In k rehtai hoye to kuch nahi ho sakta. One is a general on extension who is more interested in everything except his own job. The other is a narcissist delusional goof who is all talk but no action
Agreed. 10000% agreed.

The Bajwa fanboys and those who defend this self-harming defensive strategy try to put others down by claiming one or all of the following:
1.) You don't get it --- this is a long-term game of patience (BS)
2.) You don't get it --- you can't just attack (who is saying that? use covert action)
3.) You don't get it --- it's about the economy (and it wasn't during our nuclear tests when we risked sanctions?)

These are all smokescreens to obscure the truth --- that going on the offensive is HARD and they'd rather maintain this shit new normal status quo in which Pakistan loses people weekly with hardly any response.
 

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Anyone missing Musharraf? He did give Brahmans a sweet hell for a while with literally pushing our civil military apparatus into a do or die situation .
No we are missing Zia who launched the original insurgency in late 80's, Mushy the coward betrayed the Kashmiri liberation by rolling back on all the offensive operations inside of Kashmir on the behest of his American masters.
 

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Bullsh!t and nonsense
Pakistan can and should have only one policy.

Raise the cost of Indian occupation in blood and treasure. If you believe in moral duty, then I believe a people living under illegal occupation in a disputed territory who are being denied the right to self-determination with very limited rights and privileges deserve to be supported. Like the US and UK supported European resistance movements in countries that were occupied by Nazi Germany.

But if you just believe in national interests, then we still need to --- because the killing of our men, women and children cannot go unanswered, much of our water flows through Indian occupied territory and a huge amount of Indian troops and resources get bogged down in the Valley's quicksand.

Whichever way you look at it, Pakistan's biggest mistake has been to lessen its support to the freedom movements. Pathetic, defensive leaders who don't understand realpolitik.
 

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