bari chotti ki baat nahi hai, baat insaniyat ki hai.I also hope that. But one thing for your note, keh minority itni bari hoto is qisam k tactics mulk torh dyty hain, just like Yugoslavia or Ukraine.
No. I don't think that you guys conspiring on daily basis. It's about adopting hate as a profession and systematically eradicating Muslims.bari chotti ki baat nahi hai, baat insaniyat ki hai.
aap log (not you necessarily) kya sochte ho ? ki yahan ki Hindu majority ko aur kuch kaam ni hai apart from pooray din "musalmano ko kaise pareshaan karey ?" Evil Hindus planning some saazish or the other all day long ?
Flare ups, including ugly ones do happen sometimes, which is horrible.. but more or less:
"fir bhi chalti rehti hai sabki rehguzar" - quote from a song
suno gaana ab, band named after a place in Pakistan
Nah, sorry, not even close.. not denying there are problems but "systematically eradicating Muslims" kehna toh too much ho gya bhai.. hyperbole on your part I hope.No. I don't think that you guys conspiring on daily basis. It's about adopting hate as a profession and systematically eradicating Muslims.
profound, so much of that rings true for us here too... what a sad world.By a very dear friend:
Pity The Nation
by Javed Masud
Pity the Nation that is at war with itself
But is happy to blame the world for all its sins
Pity the Nation that refuses to learn from history
But continues to distort historical facts
Pity the Nation that relishes in living on myths
But tries unrelentingly to spurn reality
Pity the Nation where citizens express anger at international atrocities
But is oblivious to cruelties inflicted daily by its own sons & daughters on its own people
Pity the Nation where a nuclear technology salesman is an unquestioned hero
But refuses to honour its most distinguished nuclear scientist
Pity the Nation where the judiciary functions as a moral brigade & law-enforcement agencies dispense 'quick justice'
But the writ of law does not apply equally to the weak & the strong
Pity the Nation where usurpers are deemed to represent the will of the people and thus not subject to legal restraints
But elected representatives are compelled to surrender to the majesty & the 'rule of law'
Pity the Nation where the incarceration of 'brave' daughter in a foreign land invites intense anger
But where countless hapless daughters rot in local prisons seeking justice
Pity the Nation where law officers garland a confessed murderer
But where victims' families wait endlessly for justice
Pity the Nation where defence forces assume the responsibility to guard ideological frontiers
But outsource territorial defense to armed zealots
Pity the Nation where hate-mongers are treated as patriots
but peace activists as foreign agents
Pity the Nation that laments its decrepit school system
But where state created monsters are committed to destroy existing schools
Pity the Nation that perpetually carries a begging bowl in its hands
But expects its benefactors to treat it with respect
Pity the Nation that boasts of its nuclear arsenal
But does little to protect the life & liberty of its people
Pity the Nation where the rich seek personal security through bullet-proof cars & armed guards
But the poor are expected to seek it through prayers alone
Pity the Nation that espouses an ideology that ensures equal rights for all
indifferent to gross violations of the rignts of lesser citizens'
Pity the Nation where the rich rob the state of taxes
But which taxes the poor through inflation
Pity the Nation that remorselessly flattens its moral landscape
But tries to build sand castles of sanctity & self- righteousness
Pity the Nation that cares little about disintegration in the length & breadth of its territory But remains deeply concerned about acquiring strategic depth
Pity the Notion that harbours confirmed terrorists
But expects the world to believe in its commitment to fight terrorism
Pity the Nation where media anchor persons act as judges & judges as anchor persons
Pity the Nation where warriors are plotting, politicians wrangling, media shrieking, the clergy howling, black robes braying
And where people are fast losing the hope of a better tomorrow
Javed Masud is the former CEO of PACRA (Pakistan Credit Rating Agency)