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LMAO


How is communism/socialism going to solve our problems?

Privileged ones claiming to be oppressed and their freedom of speech suppressed have no idea about the problems faced by the average citizen.

These red chaddis are utopians and idealists. The world is not a utopia and neither are the people ideal.

@Desert Fox check this thread. A new fitna in the offing.
Most of these people look like they never lifted a brick doing manual labor nor carried a rifle while defending Pakistan's frontier.

Yet they have such a bloated sense of entitlement LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!

But I'm not surprised these are university students; that same breeding ground for Marxists worldwide, especially when we have guys like this as professors in Pakistani universities:



^ اگر فوج ہمارے طلبا کو اغوا نہ کرتے... یہ غُنڈہ گرد فوج، یہ غُنڈہ گرد جرنیل، تو آج یہاں اور طُلبا کھڑے ہوتے۔۔۔۔۔
LOL wake up call for these fat bellied generals busy stockpiling their personal properties and businesses.

This




This is why I am against funding and studying garbage like sociology, psychology, law etc..... you produce hordes of failures and morons like these communist SOB....
Social sciences should be highly restricted and budgets should be cut for these subjects. Money should be allocated towards vocational schools that actually teach manual labor and hard-work, something these spoiled mommy-daddy's laadlays probably never did in their entire existence from the looks of it.

Whatever they demand pertaining to more university privileges: give them the opposite. They need to work for it.

Fucking dha surkhas.. .Need next zia ul haq I guess
Many of these people ate probably children of or related to high ranking army officials themselves who kept them insulated from any actual punishment or hardworking that the average man experiences thus they have grown to be spoiled brats.

If Zia really was the tyrant all these Liberal Marxist schmucks claim him to be then how did they manage to have so much power on universities? How did they manage to pull off things like that song "Hum dekhenge" during his rule?

It's like how Hindus claim Muslim rulers forcefully converted them yet theres more Hindus in the subcontinent than Muslims lol.

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I don't argue with knowledgeable people like you go defend noon league
I am a humble person and seek ALLAH swt's refuge from prideness. ---- and I also seek ALLAH swt's refuge from defending the likes of sharifs, zardaris, imrans ---
- I don't know why some ptians like you think that I defend n league, whole N league can go to HELL, I would give a two hoots.-- Actually, some ptians (like you) don't like criticism on dumb imran khan, so you label them N league or ppp.

I see no difference between rulers of past and your PM imran khan, they all are idiots who have rebelled against the GOD.
 

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Most of these people look like they never lifted a brick doing manual labor nor carried a rifle while defending Pakistan's frontier.

Yet they have such a bloated sense of entitlement LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!

But I'm not surprised these are university students; that same breeding ground for Marxists worldwide, especially when we have guys like this as professors in Pakistani universities:



LOL wake up call for these fat bellied generals busy stockpiling their personal properties and businesses.


Social sciences should be highly restricted and budgets should be cut for these subjects. Money should be allocated towards vocational schools that actually teach manual labor and hard-work, something these spoiled mommy-daddy's laadlays probably never did in their entire existence from the looks of it.

Whatever they demand pertaining to more university privileges: give them the opposite. They need to work for it.


Many of these people ate probably children of or related to high ranking army officials themselves who kept them insulated from any actual punishment or hardworking that the average man experiences thus they have grown to be spoiled brats.

If Zia really was the tyrant all these Liberal Marxist schmucks claim him to be then how did they manage to have so much power on universities? How did they manage to pull off things like that song "Hum dekhenge" during his rule?

It's like how Hindus claim Muslim rulers forcefully converted them yet theres more Hindus in the subcontinent than Muslims lol.

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Taimur Rehman's channel is interesting, but his personal views are degenerate.
 

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If Zia really was the tyrant all these Liberal Marxist schmucks claim him to be then how did they manage to have so much power on universities? How did they manage to pull off things like that song "Hum dekhenge" during his rule?

It's like how Hindus claim Muslim rulers forcefully converted them yet theres more Hindus in the subcontinent than Muslims lol.

@Taimur Khurram

@Pan-Islamic-Pakistan
These guys used to taunt us that after Afghanistan, revolution will spread to Pakistan and you will be Rahmanov, Salmanov and Usmanov.

Then, after the disintegration of their commie god, they prostrated at the door step of capitalist America and started to sing praises of secularism and liberalism. Many of today's secularists are ex-surkhas.

Today, they are in a revival mode. A commie party even contested elections in Islamabad but as expected, it failed miserably.

What's really amusing about these commies is that yesterday, they referred to the people of Pakistan as donkeys who musn't be allowed to vote and sang praises for Mao Zedong's disastrous policies --- Today, they have become the guardian's of democracy and torch bearers of freedom of speech (freedom of speech only for themselves and their kind, not for those who oppose them)

It's quite amusing that they always jump in to defend "dissenters" like Pashteen, Mama Qadeer and other anti-state elements. Their narrative is usually anti-state, anti-Pakistan ideology and anti-religion.

I present to you their papa Habib Jalib --- see him calling the people of Pakistan donkeys.
He used to sing this during Zia's "reign of terror." Funnily, Bhutto had him jailed --- the same Bhutto who is eulogized by Jalib's fans and commies; oh the irony.

What is happening right now is that India has been threatening us and conducting missile tests on a daily basis, the country is facing political instability because of Bajwa extension issue, Afghan peace process is underway, PTM is a dead horse, the country is facing economic uncertainty --- and suddenly, these guys pop out of nowhere.

Most of these people look like they never lifted a brick doing manual labor nor carried a rifle while defending Pakistan's frontier.
Many of them are come from wealthy land lord, industrialist and banker families. What has the rule of the proletariat got to do with them :lol:

Just like that socialist Bhutto who himself was a land lord.
 

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Looks like a RAW funded initiative...

The East Pak is long dead and gone..

The West Pak is no East Pak...

Mujibs and Bhuttos can’t be found at the street corners, nor can be Indira...
 

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All these chus are supported by ethno fascist parties like psf and jsqm. nearly all of them are separatists and should have been wiped out a long time ago.

Their speeches in the mall road jalsa were nothing short of treason, they asked the crowd to drag out the parliamentarians and slaughter them. they asked them to rise against the "ghundagard" army and that the army has done a"jabri qabza" on their lands. same ethno fascist rhetoric is being propagated in the guise of student rights. soon enough they will be fighting among themselves, because punjabis are evil, or because pashtoons are evil, or because other ethno fascist party is trying to expand into their area.

They literally backed a mad mullah mere weeks ago hypocrites
release the jamiat (ijt) against them(the surkhas and the liberals of lums etc.), they will literally come crawling back and will beg to ban unions.
 

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release the jamiat (ijt) against them(the surkhas and the liberals of lums etc.), they will literally come crawling back and will beg to ban unions.
That is what will happen when unions are unbanned they will dominate again send them running off to London for higher education
 

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Support pours in against ‘undemocratic’ rules as students take to roads across country
by News Desk

November 29, 2019




Ministers, leaders of opposition parties, journalists as well as rights activists have voiced their support for marchers as students across the country take to roads for 2019 edition of the Students’ Solidarity March and press the authorities for better educational facilities.

The marchers insist that the government must ensure the following:

  • Lift the ban and hold elections for student unions
  • Abandon privatisation of educational institutes and reverse the recent decision of school and college fee hike
  • The state should pledge free education for all
  • No more budget cuts for the Higher Education Commission (HEC) or sacking of educational staff
  • At least five per cent of the GDP should be allocated for education
  • Abolish the semester system
  • Lift the ban on students from participating in political activities
  • End the intervention of security forces in educational institutions and release all students held captive in the name of national security
  • Establish committees to investigate incidents of sexual harassment and ensure women are made a part of the setup
  • All universities should have a library, hostel and provide transport and an internet connection
  • Modernise education systems according to the modern scientific requirements
  • Set up schools and colleges in lesser developed areas and increase the quota of students coming from outside main cities
  • Establish research centres for a transition from fossil fuel energy to renewable energy in public sector universities
  • Announce April 13 as a national holiday to honour Mashal Khan
The march on Friday was held in over 50 cities across Pakistan, including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Quetta, Gilgit, parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) and interior Sindh.

Students, labourers, lawyers and rights union members all joined in as thoroughfares flooded with marchers holding banners, placards and red flags. Solidarity was also expressed with members of New Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) as protests against fee hike continues across the border.

In a tweet, the Progressive Students’ Collective (PSC) shared the final locations for the march.


PSC@PSCollective_


Final locations of #StudentsSolidarityMarch organised by Students Action Committee today.

Lahore
Istanbul Chowk to Punjab Assembly
2.00 pm

Islamabad
Press Club to D-Chowk
2.00 pm

Rawlakot
A) Degree college to Zaheer Chowk
10.30 am
B) Poonch University to Main Road
11.00 am


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Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chief Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari also lent his support to the marchers.

“The PPP has always supported student unions. The restoration of student unions by SMBB [late former prime minister Benazir Bhutto] was purposely undone to depoliticise society,” he tweeted.


BilawalBhuttoZardari

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The PPP has always supported Student unions. The restoration of student unions by SMBB was purposely undone to depoliticize society. Today students are marching in the #StudentSolidarityMarch for the restoration of unions, implementation of right to education, 1/2


BilawalBhuttoZardari

✔@BBhuttoZardari


end to privatization of public universities, implementation of sexual harassment legislation, right to student housing & the demilitarization of campuses. The spirit of activism and yearning for peaceful democratic process from a new generation of students is truly inspiring. 2/2


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“Today students are marching in the #StudentSolidarityMarch for the restoration of unions, implementation of right to education, end to privatisation of public universities, implementation of sexual harassment legislation, right to student housing & the demilitarisation of campuses. The spirit of activism and yearning for a peaceful democratic process from a new generation of students is truly inspiring [sic].”

Earlier in the day, Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhary also came out in support of the restoration of student unions and termed the ban “undemocratic”.


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I fully support Restoration of students unions, ban on students unions is anti democratic,we can always ensure that students politics must remain violence free and regulations may be introduced for smooth functioning but ban on students politics amounts to limit future politics


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Federal Minister for Human Rights Shireen Mazari wrote:


Shireen Mazari

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In my 16 plus years teaching in a public sector Uni in Pak, I have seen the damage ban on student unions did to our students. Instead of students from diff backgrounds coming together in a Student Union, we had students collecting together under ethnic & sectarian groups


Shireen Mazari

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Causing polarisation. What is needed is not a ban on Student Unions but clear rules - which Unis shd enforce - so that student unions function effectively as they do in other parts of the world - learning tolerance & accommodation of the other.


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Among others who expressed support for student marchers were politicians including PPP’s Farhatullah Babar, former Awami National Party (ANP) parliamentarian Bushra Gohar and journalists, including Mazhar Abbas.


Farhatullah Babar@FarhatullahB


We stand by and with #StudentSolidarityMarch. Ban on unions unacceptable, intimidating presence of uniform on campuses unacceptable, forced occupation of students space by uniform unacceptable, shrinking space for intellectual infrastructure in name of 5G war unacceptable https://twitter.com/AroojAurangzaib/status/1200228371936022528 …

Arooj Aurangzaib@AroojAurangzaib

A thread on the complete list of all the locations where #StudentsSolidarityMarch has been organised by the Students Action Committee today.

Wherever you are! Whoever you are!
Please join the #StudentsSolidarityMarch today! https://twitter.com/pscollective_/status/1200224316396318722 …


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Bushra Gohar

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Join #StudentsSolidarityMarch today - Demilitarise Campuses; Restore Student Unions...



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Mazhar Abbas@MazharAbbasGEO


Time to restore Student Unions. Support Student Solidarity March, today.


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Earlier, the PSC and other organisations from all over Pakistan had formed the committee (SAC) at a national level to demand the revival of student unions and other issues. Representatives of student organisations from Sindh, Balochistan, Gilgit Baltistan, KP, AJK and Punjab are part of the SAC.

According to Dawn, over the past three weeks, SAC office bearers have conducted corner meetings in public and private educational institutions to hold the march in their respective areas. They said the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government had left students dejected and directionless and reduced the higher education budget to almost half, bringing Pakistan into the list of countries that spend very less on education.

Ahead of the march, scores of Pakistani student leaders studying at international universities have also voiced their support for the march.

In an open letter addressed to the government, students have come together under the banner of the Pakistan International Students Alliance (PISA) and registered opposition to the ban on student unions.

https://thecurrent.pk/politics/poli...les-as-students-take-to-roads-across-country/
Why do students need to be involved in politics, and why should student unions be based on political orientation, ethnic identities, and religious sects need to be tolerated in Pakistan?

This is damaging to our country, and Imran Khan is 100% correct here.

Most of these protesters are student wings of N league, PPP, Jamat e Islami, and they thrive on the patronage of political parties.

Most of these people look like they never lifted a brick doing manual labor nor carried a rifle while defending Pakistan's frontier.

Yet they have such a bloated sense of entitlement LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!

But I'm not surprised these are university students; that same breeding ground for Marxists worldwide, especially when we have guys like this as professors in Pakistani universities:



LOL wake up call for these fat bellied generals busy stockpiling their personal properties and businesses.


Social sciences should be highly restricted and budgets should be cut for these subjects. Money should be allocated towards vocational schools that actually teach manual labor and hard-work, something these spoiled mommy-daddy's laadlays probably never did in their entire existence from the looks of it.

Whatever they demand pertaining to more university privileges: give them the opposite. They need to work for it.


Many of these people ate probably children of or related to high ranking army officials themselves who kept them insulated from any actual punishment or hardworking that the average man experiences thus they have grown to be spoiled brats.

If Zia really was the tyrant all these Liberal Marxist schmucks claim him to be then how did they manage to have so much power on universities? How did they manage to pull off things like that song "Hum dekhenge" during his rule?

It's like how Hindus claim Muslim rulers forcefully converted them yet theres more Hindus in the subcontinent than Muslims lol.

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It seems like Communists only reside in universities in Pakistan, and most of them tend to be Atheist and pro-Indian as well. Many of them align with MQM, ANP, PPP, and other racist groups.

I know that in Faislabad's University of Agriculture, ethnic divisions have divided the whole school into different factions. Students even have to hide their family names, so that some groups don't go against them.

After student unions, teachers and admin should go under the microscope also, especially in relation to favoritism.
 

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