Incitement

Pakis cook the news in order to incite the fanatical frenzy of the masses.

Check this out from the Pak Tribune:

1. The picture  below is not from Burma, it shows black Africans

2. There was no massacre of muslims in Burma, there were muslim riots

3. There is no ‘genocide of Myanmar muslims’ and therefore there is no ‘threat to world peace’.

4. Muslims do ‘not have the right of free movement’– they need to move within Islamic nations, not invade non muslim lands to conquer them for Islam.

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Pakis also know how to play clueless U.S. officials

Former US attorney general Ramsey Clark is ‘in the bag’ for the hag:

“Dr Aafia Siddiqui was victimised by the international politics being played for power. I haven’t witnessed such bare injustice in my entire career.”

“I appeal president Obama, to grant pardon to Dr Aafia under his special powers for the sake of humanity, justice and peace.”

Here’s what its all about:

Aafia Siddiqui sentenced to 86 years for attempted murder of U.S. soldiers and FBI agents

First, she was “mentally ill,” and now she says she’s not. Then again, the insanity defense didn’t work out, anyway, and so turned out not to be useful. An update this story.

“Pakistani Woman Sentenced to 86 Years for Trying to Kill Americans,” by Chad Bray for the Wall Street Journal, September 23

And here a blast from the past:

“David McCutchion (1930-1972), English-born scholar, Indophile and early critic of Raja Rao, was an authentic pioneer: in his short lifetime…made a major contribution to the study of Bengali temples…one of the first scholars to write on the now much commented subject of Indian Writing in English….

‘Born in Coventry, David attended that city’s King Henry VIII Grammar School. He made it to Cambridge University the hard way, on intellectual merit alone. He read Modern Languages (French and German) at Jesus College.

‘After graduating in 1953, he taught English for two years in southern France. He went to India in 1957.

‘He worked there first as an English teacher…and later, as Professor and then Reader in Comparative Literature at Jadavpur University, Calcutta…. David’s ground-breaking study of Bengali brick temples, The Temples of Bankura District, was published by Writers Workshop in 1972.”

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David McCutchion lived through the war made by West Pakistan (now Pakistan) on East Pakistan, now Bangladesh, in 1970-71, a war in which Muslim fanatics in East Pakistan, locally called razakars, joined forces with the raping and murdering army of West Pakistan, accepting the argument that what was good for Pakistan – that is, staying one country – was necessarily good for Islam, and what was good for Islam was all that mattered.

҉۬Here is how, in a letter from England to a friend, McCutchion described the behavior of Pakistan:

“…We are raising funds {for those in what was then East Pakistan being murdered by the army of West Pakistan and its local, fervently Muslim East Pakistani collaborators], and hope to see the Minister of Overseas Development.

“What do I think of it all? Appalling…Pakistan should never have existed – it has cost more lives than the whole of the British Empire in 200 years.

“What should I think of a culture that burns down the British Council library in Lahore because an English publisher printed a picture of Mahomet?

“Fanaticism plus Machiavellianism plus brutality equals Islamic Pakistan.”

One More Time:

“What do I think of it all? Appalling…Pakistan should never have existed — it has cost more lives than the whole of the British Empire in 200 years.

“What should I think of a culture that burns down the British Council library in Lahore because an English publisher printed a picture of Mahomet?

“Fanaticism plus Machiavellianism plus brutality equals Islamic Pakistan.”

“Print out that last bit, and put it on your refrigerator, under the title: Pakistan.

[Posted by: Hugh at July 27, 2007]