Mr.Plato, please don't expect a Kid who plays voilent video games to engage in a scholarly Debate..
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Submitted by Proud Indian (India), Mar 4, 2009 at 02:41
I really like the way you present airtight points. But you see, it is pointless to debate ... This fellow has a inflated sense of supremacy about his country, its army and lacks rational thinking. ... on one hand he claims that ISI is causing havoc in India and on the other hand he says all the terrorist incidents in India are manufactured locally to project pakistan as a terrorist state..He fails to realise that by saying so he himself contradicts the capabilities of ISI..
He harps about kashmiri seperatists bieng supported by ISI thats why the Indians fear ISI.. He completely ignores the fact that RAW BROKE HIS COUNTRY INTO TWO!!! SO WHO IS MORE COMPETENT?? last time i checked, the elections went peacefully in kashmir and our army was well prepared to prevent any untoward incidents..Kashmiri seperatists have lost voice and popular support as well. ISI is fighting a losing war.
He harps on the sophistication of Pakistani army but fails to realise that the army has virtually laid down arms and kneels before the Taliban..
He talks about the F-16s and the J-10s which the army and the airforce has purchased but fails to realise that those have been bought on alms recieved from USA..
Now the fun part.. No doubt he will come out blazing that Lahore attack was carried out by RAW.. but that again shows the incompetancy of security forces .. They were not even able to capture a single terrorist , alive of dead..
Forget about debating with him on quran and other topics.. This fellow does not even have adequate GK about current topics..
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