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Joe Shearer

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I'll experience it then I'll have a solid conclusion.
Till than No its not true as my instinct says .. And one's instinct never lies.
Your instinct told you that I had deleted your post. Your instinct did not stop to inform you that only Moderators have that power. Your instincts do not allow you to look up specifics that I have indicated. Your instincts allow you to judge for yourself, even if others tell you that it is so.

I am really upset by your wild accusations and your desire to cast me in a bad light.
 

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Your instinct told you that I had deleted your post. Your instinct did not stop to inform you that only Moderators have that power. Your instincts do not allow you to look up specifics that I have indicated. Your instincts allow you to judge for yourself, even if others tell you that it is so.

I am really upset by your wild accusations and your desire to cast me in a bad light.
Stay upset ..My job is done..!!

And listen I have given up that deletion thing...Don't put that here.
 

Joe Shearer

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Stay upset ..My job is done..!!

And listen I have given up that deletion thing...Don't put that here.
You never apologised. Giving up something requires grace and courage. Try it; it's quite easy. I believe that it was insulting and unfair, and you should never have said it. I am not a cloak-and-dagger person; whatever I have to say or to do, I do openly. That is why so many people dislike me. It is easy to keep popular by smiling at people and stabbing them in the back. I don't do that.

As I speak, one of the TTAs has been railing and ranting at me, totally shamelessly. Go and read the treatment that I am subjected to, even by those who are supposed to behave in a responsible manner. You, or someone else, should tell him that I am harsher on Indians than on Pakistanis; that most of my negative ratings have been given to Indians, not to Pakistanis. I am sick and tired of being portrayed as pro-this or pro-that, when I have struggled to keep strictly neutral all through.
 

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You never apologised. Giving up something requires grace and courage. Try it; it's quite easy. I believe that it was insulting and unfair, and you should never have said it. I am not a cloak-and-dagger person; whatever I have to say or to do, I do openly. That is why so many people dislike me. It is easy to keep popular by smiling at people and stabbing them in the back. I don't do that.

As I speak, one of the TTAs has been railing and ranting at me, totally shamelessly. Go and read the treatment that I am subjected to, even by those who are supposed to behave in a responsible manner. You, or someone else, should tell him that I am harsher on Indians than on Pakistanis; that most of my negative ratings have been given to Indians, not to Pakistanis. I am sick and tired of being portrayed as pro-this or pro-that, when I have struggled to keep strictly neutral all through.
I apologize for that false statement I put on you as I believed it must be you.
I have a courage higher than Himalya and my vessel is wider than amazon..!!
Your instinct told you wrong here.
 

Joe Shearer

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I apologize for that false statement I put on you as I believed it must be you.
I have a courage higher than Himalya and my angio is wider than amazon..!!
Your instinct told you wrong here.
My sincere respects. You are a person of worth. Thank you very much.
 

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Buhahhahahahha I knew you'd say this I was about to write that don't quote your name..Its time to leave the planet.
From my long time experience with @Joe Shearer, he is easy to convince if you can provide solid evidence to prove your point. It doesn't matter whether the topic is sensitive to his patriotism or just simply his own pride. He is just kind of guy who won't let his emotion get over his own mind. Well, unless you purposely try to provoke him,
 

Joe Shearer

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From my long time experience with @Joe Shearer, he is easy to convince if you can provide solid evidence to prove your point. It doesn't matter whether the topic is sensitive to his patriotism or just simply his own pride. He is just kind of guy who won't let his emotion get over his own mind. Well, unless you purposely try to provoke him,
What a lovely surprise!

How are you, my dear friend?

Nothing ................ but Error. Post or thread may have been deleted.
It was very unpleasant. To be attacked by a title-holder!
 

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What a lovely surprise!

How are you, my dear friend?



It was very unpleasant. To be attacked by a title-holder!
Quite busy with our Electric vehicle company, check Iconiq on the youtube or something, and has been busy with some projects in Japan as well to fulfill my long time dream of making "The Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere" again:-):-):-)
 

Levina

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The middle class is larger in Pakistan then in India (by %)
Percentage wise- Yes.
Pakistan- 20%
India- 3%
Population wise- No
Pak- 6 million
India - close to 24 million.
I find the Indian middle class to be more aware of their rights and very opinionated,irrespective of their education & background, when compared to their Pakistani counter parts.
I do not mean to blame this section alone but I do have a feeling that they have kept themselves away from the decision making process because there's a lack of civil and political liberties, and equality too, especially among the minorities.
The peculiar distribution of power among socio-economic group must have also thwarted democracy.

problem is pseudo-Islam has infected it
Pseudo-Islam, that's something close to what my Egyptian colleague pointed out to me recently. He told me that some Pakistanis that he knows, follow certain rituals which are not really part of the religion, albeit he didn't quote examples.
I'm assuming it's a part of the sub continent culture that he was pointing out to.

one man revolution only works in countries that are homogenous and have history of unity without vertical divisions. Examples are Turkey, Korea, Germany or China. Pakistan is too diverse and only democracy will work.
As for Pakistan being too diverse, I think being an Islamic country it has the advantage of having 96.4% of its population as Muslims. In fact raison detre of Pakistan is Islam.
Atleast you don't have to fight for Uniform civil code like we do in India.


think your wrong there.
Correction: You're and not your. This is not the first time I have seen you make this mistake. Somehow I like it when I correct a Britisher's English. Lolz
 

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