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Pakistani Fantasies

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Submitted by Jeremy Mattil (United States), Mar 1, 2006 at 22:14

Why are you bringing up Texas, Mr. Amir?? Pakistan is not at war with Texas. You are having typical Pakistani fantasies. India is 4 times larger than Pakistan in area and has 7 times the number of people. If you say Pakistan needs 50 nuclear bombs to wipe out India then India would need less than a dozen to return the favor. Pakistan has failed with every war it started with India, 1947, 1965, 1971, 2001. In Pakistan's 1971 aggression it LOST HALF ITS COUNTRY, which became Bangladesh. India never invaded Pakistan unless you are fantasizing that Kashmir is already part of Pakistan. This will never happen. Since you are calling people names it is you who are the fool for shooting off your mouth before you think. You are doing the same pathetic, sabre-rattling that Pakistan, the country has been doing with India.
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