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Purchasing Wakhan District

Should Pakisan purchase Wakhan from the Taliban?


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Aryzin

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I agree that we need a plan to handle those back stabbing Uzbeks and Tajiks.

The best solution is to make them leave to their countries of origin in Central Asia.

A little pressure from Pakistan and Taliban will expedite the process.
you do know that the Tajik are autochthonous to that land right?
 

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you do know that the Tajik are autochthonous to that land right?
Tajiks are autochthonous to Tajikistan and Uzbeks are autochthonous to Uzbekistan while Pushtuns are autochthonous to both Pakistan and Afghanistan.
 

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Tajiks are autochthonous to Tajikistan and Uzbeks are autochthonous to Uzbekistan while Pushtuns are autochthonous to both Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Its impossible to concur whole Afghanistan by Pakistan, don't bring your stupid idea and concept why Pakistan can't capture whole Afghanistan lol
 

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It’s good to discuss other wise ur opinion n my have same weight No value
You are right, I gave up too quick. Facing lost causes everyday, every single time, I took you for the same.

The Chinese project did not involve literally the highest mountains and terrain in the world. The entire gradient of the route from Tajikistan till Balochistan is positive, except where it drains into the Indus Valley and away from Balochistan. So, if we go the Chinese way, we have two options. 1) Literally pump rivers worth of water every inch from Tajikistan to Balochistan or 2) build massive under ground tunnels which can carry rivers worth of water with a negative gradient for the entire length of Gilgit Baltistan, then again the entire length of KPK, and then pump all that water up hundreds of meters to the plateau's surface. Large enough pumps do not exist, neither does enough wealth in our coffers. Then, as the map you showed reveals, the water available near the border in Tajikistan is miniscule. It only becomes reasonable further down stream. There are other means to more water, e.g. water conservation (we use the 4th most amount of water per capita in the world). Or better ways to spend that money. Imagine taking the waters of Indus from Karachi to China. Seems manageable?

The Chinese topography predominantly slopes north-eastwards. For them it was mostly digging canals and letting gravity do its work.

On a lighter note: There was a conspiracy going around the forum a few weeks ago that the only reason why Balochistan and Thar don't have water is because the "northern elites" refuse to build canals to them from the Indus.


Plus Wakhi are tajiks so they will likely end up with Tajikistan once Afghanistan is gone.
Wakhi are Wakhi, not Tajik. They are endemic to their lands in Pakistan, China, Tajikistan, and Afghanistan.

Remeber one thing, they are the most nationalistic people, they will always put their ethnicity and ethnic nationalism before you.
Maybe you will. Those who have more and are more, have different things to say.
 
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Rana4pak

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No we have no resource or will power do this dug the canals from glaciers to Baluchistan, its a infeasible propos
Or maybe @krash still hasn't gone through the entire thread? Maybe, you are trying to whip out your victim card a little too early? Next time report it instead of making a performance out of it?
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You are right, I gave up too quick. Facing lost causes everyday, every single time, I took you for the same.

The Chinese project did not involve literally the highest mountains and terrain in the world. The entire gradient of the route from Tajikistan till Balochistan is positive, except where it drains into the Indus Valley and away from Balochistan. So, if we go the Chinese way, we have two options. 1) Literally pump rivers worth of water every inch from Tajikistan to Balochistan or 2) build massive under ground tunnels which can carry rivers worth of water with a negative gradient for the entire length of Gilgit Baltistan, then again the entire length of KPK, and then pump all that water up hundreds of meters to the plateau's surface. Large enough pumps do not exist, neither does enough wealth in our coffers. Then, as the map you showed reveals, the water available near the border in Tajikistan is miniscule. It only becomes reasonable further down stream. Pretty sure we could find other means to water, e.g. water conservation (we use the 4th most amount of water per capita in the world). Or better ways to spend that money.

The Chinese topography predominantly slopes north-eastwards. For them it was mostly digging canals and letting gravity do its work.

On a lighter note: There was a conspiracy going around the forum a few weeks ago that the only reason why Balochistan and Thar don't have water is because the "northern elites" refuse to build canals to them from the Indus.




Wakhi are Wakhi, not Tajik. They are endemic to their lands in Pakistan, China, Tajikistan, and Afghanistan.



Maybe you will. Those who have more and are more, have different things to say.
Brother just look at those two maps and try to connect the dots you will definitely know know how to do it economically
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Brother just look at those two maps and try to connect the dots you will definitely know know how to do it economically View attachment 764647 View attachment 764649
One of the highest mountain ranges of the world, how will we dig the canals of the whole length of KPK and will have extremely difficult to dig or divert the water because of the terrain and materials like granite and other hard minerals, and this project will cost billions if not trillion of $$$, do we have trillions of $$$ for this project
 

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One of the highest mountain ranges of the world, how will we dig the canals of the whole length of KPK and will have extremely difficult to dig or divert the water because of the terrain and materials like granite and other hard minerals, and this project will cost billions if not trillion of $$$, do we have trillions of $$$ for this project
We just need to develop that area which I highlighted it,about money we can do it in phases,we can stretch it from 15 to 20 years if we have will ,their is way
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Tajiks are autochthonous to Tajikistan and Uzbeks are autochthonous to Uzbekistan while Pushtuns are autochthonous to both Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Pashtun are eastern Iranian tribe from what is now Pakistan. They immigrated/ invaded what is now Afghanistan. Original inahabitants are Tajiks, who also are eastern Iranian tribe. They both speak an Iranian dialect.
 

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Pashtun are eastern Iranian tribe from what is now Pakistan. They immigrated/ invaded what is now Afghanistan. Original inahabitants are Tajiks, who also are eastern Iranian tribe. They both speak an Iranian dialect.

what???!!! Where did you get that from? Pashtun are from what is now Pakistan? Hahaha you’re clearly not Pashtun nor have historical knowledge of the people.
I suggest you stop spreading bs if you don’t know what you’re talking about. Pashtuns never migrated to Afghanistan lol
 

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I said at that time that it was a colonial wedge to block Pakistan from Central Asia and so right was I.
I think one thing that isn't talked about a lot is the colonial hurdles Pakistan kinda has to go through and how it has to decolonize in some areas.
 

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