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in response to reader comment: Pakistan : Unrest , Anger , Islamism , Civi War , Militant Coup , Take over by Al qaida and Nukes in hands of Osama

Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), Jun 13, 2007 at 04:42

Islam is a totalitarian expansionist arab-imperialist ideology (pretending to be a high religion) with arabic hegemony as result.

Every muslim army and state is purposed for fulfilling the above task.

Every muslim army - since the times of their greatest exemplary Mohammad - is an army of aggressors, plunderers, women-distributors, land-grabbers, imperialists and arab hegemonists.

The pakistani army is no exception - may be even worse day-by-day because being poor non-arabs they are under compulsion to prove their islamic credentials and zeal by being more arabs than the arabs themselves. Arabs money-crumbs are also crucial to them.

That said the question is: who will replace the armed dictators? Will the pak army top-brass-mafia be replaced by mullah-mafia? From bad to worse or is it the otherway round?


"Most of Muslim history is the work of commissioned or paid people therefore either an eulogy or a cover up is effected. Even when written by scholars it is either defensive or an apologia. Critical inquiry and statement of unpleasant truths is absent."

writes Ayub Khan, former military dictator of Pakistan in his "Diaries of Field Marshal Ayub Khan 1966-1972" (Oxford Univ. Press)

... Without lies Pakistan could not have been created and cannot today be maintained. The law of karma states that the lies that you issue forth come back to haunt you and destroy you (there has to be some higher law in which you have to believe or trust without 100% proof, only then is ethical human life possible).



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