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Fuck Pakistan!

By Strategist   Mar 16, 10:29am   6 links   1,485 views   22 comments   watch (0)   quote

Pakistan wants Facebook, Twitter to help identify people suspected of blasphemy
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1   Tenpoundbass   Mar 16, 10:30am     ↑ like (3)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Don't use Facebook these CEO's have proven the dollar is mightier than their principals. Dorsey will do what Dorsey has to do, to keep global dominance.

2   Strategist   Mar 16, 10:30am     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Who the hell do these bastards think they are? This is a free country. Your barbaric laws do not apply here.
Fuck You and fuck your pedophile prophet.

3   Tenpoundbass   Mar 16, 10:56am     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Facebook is worthless, I'm more concerned about Turkey getting EU powers to prersecute people who are not in their country over their opinions about them and their people.
That's an outrage. Facebook is helping those authorities by giving up info on those offenders. Facebook could go under tomorrow the world would be wonderful place without it.

4   BayAreaObserver   Jun 4, 1:29am     ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (1)   quote    

Islamism enticing many of Pakistan’s best and brightest Why are increasing numbers of educated young Pakistanis falling for the message of hate peddled by extremists online and among their social circle?

The Sindh police counter-terrorism department recently studied the backgrounds of terrorist suspects held in Karachi. Of the 500 inmates studied, 64 held master’s degrees and another 70 had bachelor’s degrees. Before their incarceration, 117 were earning 50,000 rupees (US$477) a month or more. Asked how they became radical Islamists, 197 inmates said a religious leader had cultivated their sentiments and 128 said friends or peers with radical views had influenced them.

Tariq Khosa is a former director-general of the Federal Investigation Agency, a body dedicated to counter-intelligence and national security. He says young Pakistanis are vulnerable. “They get much exhaustive exposure to different narratives that can easily ensnare them toward radicalism,” he says. “Tolerance and debate are not being encouraged. People are trying to force their convoluted views on others.”

Influenced by access to unfettered commentary online and the chorus of voices in the community urging extremism, it appears the stream of educated youth that are sympathetic to radical voices has become something of a torrent.

Last year the intelligence agencies busted a group of Islamic State jihadists led by Hafiz Umar, an electronic engineer. One of his brothers, Hafiz Nasir, whom a military court has sentenced to death for his part in the Karachi bus attack, holds a master’s degree in Islamic studies from the University of Karachi.

Another of the attackers was Ali Rehman, a graduate of the National University of Sciences and Technology in Islamabad, who is alleged to have brainwashed Saad.

The leader of the kidnappers that seized the son of the late governor of Punjab, Salman Taseer, in Lahore in August 2011 was Usman Basra, a graduate of the University of Engineering and Technology. He was also involved in the abduction of an American aid worker, Warren Weinstein.

The number two figure in Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent, who was killed in a US drone attack in Pakistan in January 2015, was a Pakistani, Raja Muhammad Salman. He had studied at the International Islamic University in Islamabad.

The man that stepped into his shoes was Atif Ghori, who also studied at the International Islamic University. Counterterrorism officials tell Asia Times that poor government, social injustice and corruption disturb educated young Pakistanis, but that the paucity of practical, peaceful solutions to these problems frustrates their urge to do good. Their eagerness is channeled into radical, violent ways of changing the world. If the rule of law is to prevail, new methods of harnessing the potential of educated young people must be found.


5   curious2   Jun 4, 2:04am     ↑ like (4)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Strategist says

Pakistan wants Facebook, Twitter to help identify people suspected of blasphemy

And FB and TWTR are reportedly complying, in submission to the "Muslim world plan against blasphemous content". Pakistan is a terrorist state that would not even exist without self-defeating American "aid".

BayAreaObserver says

Why are increasing numbers of educated young Pakistanis falling for the message of hate peddled by extremists online and among their social circle?

Because among Muslims, education is a risk factor for terrorism. The more "aid" we send, the more education they get, the more likely they become to do what Islam motivates them to do.

6   APOCALYPSEFUCK_is_ADORABLE   Jun 4, 2:06am     ↑ like (4)   ↓ dislike   quote    




7   BayArea   Jun 4, 7:06am     ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike   quote    

The world was a better place without FB, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.

8   BlueSardine   Jun 4, 7:59am     ↑ like (7)   ↓ dislike   quote    

the world is fucked due to libby principals...

9   Patrick   Jun 4, 10:07am     ↑ like (9)   ↓ dislike   quote    

This shows that Islam is so weak and fragile that a whole country is afraid that its citizens will see that Islam cannot even withstand a few cartoons.

Everyone should be putting up images of Mohammed in silly positions in every city every day. We have not only the right to do it, we have the obligation. Humor against terror!

Graffitti artists can help by spray painting creative images of Mohammed on walls after every terror attack (meaning every day). Spray paint against terror!

10   Quigley   Jun 4, 11:29am     ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike   quote    

We need to deport all Muslims and isolate that poisonous creed in a few Mideast countries. The rest of the countries with minority Muslim populations should deport Muslims to these festering sores of nations where they can live in Islamic paradise.
Surround them with guards so if they try to leave, riddle them with belt fed destruction!

For humanitarian reasons, there should be one way out for these people: renounce Islam. Totally and utterly and forever, and ban Qurans worldwide! Just like Hitler's book was banned for sixty years, we should ban that tome of hateful ideology.

11   BayArea   Jun 4, 12:03pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Patrick says

Humor against terror!

I have no doubt that humor against radical Islam will be every bit as effective as militant action against radical Islam.

12   curious2   Jun 4, 2:27pm     ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Patrick says

This shows that Islam is so weak and fragile that a whole country is afraid that its citizens will see that Islam cannot even withstand a few cartoons.

I think it shows yet again how horrible Islam is. I think one reason Muslims worry so much about cartoons is because kids like cartoons. If your kids share a Mohamed cartoon on FB or Twitter, Islam commands you to kill your own kids, and Muslim parents do in fact sacrifice their own children for the hateful fraud of the dead charlatan Mohamed. In Pakistan, a boy accused of blasphemy cut off his own hand in order to atone. Parents worry naturally about things that might kill or injure their children. I think it's understandable that Muslim parents might panic about something that might require them to kill their own children, but they should blame Islam not cartoons.

13   BayAreaObserver   Jun 4, 3:56pm     ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (1)   quote    

And now it's India's turn... India’s Congress in a spot over radical Islamic preacher Report says Zakir Naik may have sought the help of three party leaders to escape inquiry over terror-related and money-laundering charges.

Questions are being raised after an Indian television channel said radical Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, who has been accused by India’s counterterrorism agency of unlawful activities and promoting religious hatred, met with three senior leaders of the Indian National Congress party in 2010 when he was facing terror-related and money-laundering charges.

The televangelist allegedly sought their help soon after Britain’s home secretary at the time, Theresa May, banned him from entering the United Kingdom because of his inflammatory speeches.

A confessional statement by Naik’s aide Amir Gazdar before a magistrate accessed by Times Now channel said the preacher met with Digvijaya Singh and two federal ministers of that time, Salman Khurshid and Ghulam Nabi Azad.

Singh, who is close to the Gandhi family who control the Congress party, said he met with Naik in 2012 during a communal harmony conference in Mumbai. He said he was not aware of Naik’s illegal activities when he hugged and hailed him as a messenger of peace at the conference.

Khurshid declined to comment on his alleged meeting with Naik in 2010.

If Gazdar is telling the truth, the question is why the two former ministers agreed to give an audience to Naik. It is hard to believe Singh and the ministers were unaware of the British ban on him.


14   HEY YOU   Jun 4, 4:37pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike (3)   quote    

Sharia Christians wanting to tell women what they can do with their bodies is more badder.

15   Strategist   Jun 5, 11:12am     ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike   quote    

One of the terrorists in the London attack was a Paki born inbed freak.

Two of the men who carried out Saturday night's terror attack in London have been named by police.
Scotland Yard said Khuram Butt, 27, from Barking, east London. was known to police and MI5 but there was no intelligence to suggest an attack.
The other attacker was named as Rachid Redouane, 30, from Barking.
The pair and one other man were shot dead by police after killing seven people and injuring 48.

The Met Police said Butt was a British citizen born in Pakistan, while Redouane claimed to be Moroccan-Libyan.

16   Strategist   Jun 5, 11:13am     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

The bastards even dressed like terrorists. How can you not even notice that.

17   FortWayne   Jun 5, 2:27pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Liberals told everyone it's islamapgobia to judge people who dress like terrorists.Strategist says

The bastards even dressed like terrorists. How can you not even notice that.

18   Zee   Jun 24, 6:32pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Didn't Obama send drones to Pakistan? Illegal drone strikes...?

19   Strategist   Jun 24, 6:35pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Zee says

Didn't Obama send drones to Pakistan? Illegal drone strikes...?

As long as we kill terrorists it does not matter what is legal, and what is not.
All terrorists and their supporters must be killed.

20   APOCALYPSEFUCK_is_ADORABLE   Jun 24, 10:29pm     ↑ like (3)   ↓ dislike   quote    

I need to open up 100000000 facebook accounts to post monographs on Mohammed sucking dog dicks and order his wives to give him bacon enemas!

21   APOCALYPSEFUCK_is_ADORABLE   Jun 24, 10:31pm     ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Should I do a kick-starter for my new illustrated manual, One Million Ways to Skull Fuck Mohammed ?

22   BayAreaObserver   Jul 12, 4:17am     ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Islamic State Comes to Balochistan - The terrorist group is increasingly present in Pakistan’s southern province.

Pakistan’s southern province of Balochistan is widely projected to become a regional trade hub on account of the Chinese-funded China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). If this grand connectivity corridor materializes as planned, this will undoubtedly make developing Pakistan into a major economic and naval power in South Asia.

However, the growing presence of the Islamic State (ISIS) in Balochistan is highly likely to further complicate the insurgency landscape of the resource-rich province, thus posing major security impediments to the economic projects under CPEC.

ISIS has recently ramped up its furtive efforts to establish a permanent foothold in restive parts of Balochistan. The militant outfit claimed that its fighters killed two Chinese language teachers who were kidnapped on May 24 in Quetta, the terror-stricken provincial capital of Balochistan. Indisputably, this is a threatening development that could well bring ISIS quite close to assorted Baloch insurgent groups that are also bent upon targeting Chinese nationals in the province with the intent to block CPEC.

On account of the low-intensity insurgency in Balochistan, certain militant and sectarian outfits have found safe hotbeds in the province to carry out their terrorist and militant activities. The continued military operations have successfully confined Baloch insurgents to the rugged mountains of central parts of the province. But both the LeJ Al Alami and the Jaish ul-Adl have capitalized on the army’s engagement against ragtag insurgents to establish their sanctuaries in the northern and western areas of Balochistan.

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