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Hypocrisy alert - North Korean nuclear test condemned by Western nations with nuclear weapons

Hypocrisy alert - North Korean nuclear test condemned by Western nations with nuclear weapons

Western hypocrisy over Julian Assange

Ecuador’s president, Rafael Correa, asked “The British say they have no choice but to extradite him (Assange) but why didn’t they extradite Augusto Pinochet?”

Let’s also not forget just how far the US are willing to go to scare whistle blowers http://j.mp/O5dups

What 'vigil aunty' says about Pakistan?

A strange news story last month got me thinking about Pakistan. A Pakistan TV personality, Maya Khan, gained notoriety for catching unmarried couples dating live at breakfast time. She was nick-named ‘vigil aunty’.

An online campaign began against her and she was later exposed for her hypocrisy since she was in no position to lecture anyone on morality. She was later forced into asking for forgiveness.

This whole episode tells us that even though Pakistan is a country with Islamic sentiments, there is a strong liberal voice in the country that will react publicly and in an organised manner to being lectured and told what to do. This is a lesson for those interested in how to save Pakistan and it means that efforts must be made not just to dominate public opinion on Islamic issues but to persuade these people that aping the West badly isn’t going to save Pakistan. The case for Islamic change in Pakistan can’t be on slogans and on emotion. It requires sophistication or we may witness a backlash far bigger than the one the vigil aunty got. 

Democracy?

Democracy?

110 US male soldiers raped in 2010

This is how the Americans treat their own and we invite them into our lands to look after our affairs? Anyway, why the surprise? What else do you expect from a free country?

(Source: presstv.ir)

US funds Sesame Street in Urdu?

This aid comes at a time when the US are so broke they have plans to suspend 800,000 federal employees due to budget cuts. David Cameron has also just pledged £650 million in aid for Pakistani schools. Why the interest in Pakistani children all of a sudden? Are Western nations being warm, fuzzy, kind and generous or is there an ulterior motive? Be serious.

http://bit.ly/gto0y4

Western intervention in Libya exposed

Johann Hari of The Independent takes apart the argument for ‘humanitarian’ Western intervention in Libya contrasting it with Pakistan and the Congo.

How come Ivory Coast isn't bigger news?

The violence continues in Côte d’Ivoire

http://bit.ly/fz8GYt

There’s news of a bloodbath with the murders of close to 500 civilians including reports of mass graves as well as a million refugees. Muslims are being slaughtered.

http://bit.ly/gaqAQ2

Don’t worry though. There’s a travel ban on Gbagbo. Perhaps Libya is of greater strategic importance?

The UK has no shame accepting Moussa Koussa

The UK has no shame accepting Moussa Koussa

The hypocrisy of the US media on the uprisings exposed. 

On May 4th 1970, the Ohio Army National Guard were sent to put down a peaceful student protest at Kent State University, Ohio. The students were already unhappy about the Vietnam War and the draft. They were busy protesting the American invasion (or incursion as Nixon called it) of Cambodia when they were attacked. They had already faced bayonets and tear gas despite being unarmed. 29 of the 77 guardsmen then fired a total of 67 rounds, killing four students and wounding nine others. Two of the dead were merely walking by.
Still, let’s not let that get in the way of the US claiming the high moral ground over the fight for liberation from Ghaddafi in Libya, hey?   
http://bit.ly/gdqylN

On May 4th 1970, the Ohio Army National Guard were sent to put down a peaceful student protest at Kent State University, Ohio. The students were already unhappy about the Vietnam War and the draft. They were busy protesting the American invasion (or incursion as Nixon called it) of Cambodia when they were attacked. They had already faced bayonets and tear gas despite being unarmed. 29 of the 77 guardsmen then fired a total of 67 rounds, killing four students and wounding nine others. Two of the dead were merely walking by.

Still, let’s not let that get in the way of the US claiming the high moral ground over the fight for liberation from Ghaddafi in Libya, hey?   

http://bit.ly/gdqylN

Hypocrisy alert - North Korean nuclear test condemned by Western nations with nuclear weapons

Hypocrisy alert - North Korean nuclear test condemned by Western nations with nuclear weapons

Western hypocrisy over Julian Assange

Ecuador’s president, Rafael Correa, asked “The British say they have no choice but to extradite him (Assange) but why didn’t they extradite Augusto Pinochet?”

Let’s also not forget just how far the US are willing to go to scare whistle blowers http://j.mp/O5dups

What 'vigil aunty' says about Pakistan?

A strange news story last month got me thinking about Pakistan. A Pakistan TV personality, Maya Khan, gained notoriety for catching unmarried couples dating live at breakfast time. She was nick-named ‘vigil aunty’.

An online campaign began against her and she was later exposed for her hypocrisy since she was in no position to lecture anyone on morality. She was later forced into asking for forgiveness.

This whole episode tells us that even though Pakistan is a country with Islamic sentiments, there is a strong liberal voice in the country that will react publicly and in an organised manner to being lectured and told what to do. This is a lesson for those interested in how to save Pakistan and it means that efforts must be made not just to dominate public opinion on Islamic issues but to persuade these people that aping the West badly isn’t going to save Pakistan. The case for Islamic change in Pakistan can’t be on slogans and on emotion. It requires sophistication or we may witness a backlash far bigger than the one the vigil aunty got. 

Democracy?

Democracy?

110 US male soldiers raped in 2010

This is how the Americans treat their own and we invite them into our lands to look after our affairs? Anyway, why the surprise? What else do you expect from a free country?

(Source: presstv.ir)

US funds Sesame Street in Urdu?

This aid comes at a time when the US are so broke they have plans to suspend 800,000 federal employees due to budget cuts. David Cameron has also just pledged £650 million in aid for Pakistani schools. Why the interest in Pakistani children all of a sudden? Are Western nations being warm, fuzzy, kind and generous or is there an ulterior motive? Be serious.

http://bit.ly/gto0y4

Western intervention in Libya exposed

Johann Hari of The Independent takes apart the argument for ‘humanitarian’ Western intervention in Libya contrasting it with Pakistan and the Congo.

How come Ivory Coast isn't bigger news?

The violence continues in Côte d’Ivoire

http://bit.ly/fz8GYt

There’s news of a bloodbath with the murders of close to 500 civilians including reports of mass graves as well as a million refugees. Muslims are being slaughtered.

http://bit.ly/gaqAQ2

Don’t worry though. There’s a travel ban on Gbagbo. Perhaps Libya is of greater strategic importance?

The UK has no shame accepting Moussa Koussa

The UK has no shame accepting Moussa Koussa

The hypocrisy of the US media on the uprisings exposed. 

On May 4th 1970, the Ohio Army National Guard were sent to put down a peaceful student protest at Kent State University, Ohio. The students were already unhappy about the Vietnam War and the draft. They were busy protesting the American invasion (or incursion as Nixon called it) of Cambodia when they were attacked. They had already faced bayonets and tear gas despite being unarmed. 29 of the 77 guardsmen then fired a total of 67 rounds, killing four students and wounding nine others. Two of the dead were merely walking by.
Still, let’s not let that get in the way of the US claiming the high moral ground over the fight for liberation from Ghaddafi in Libya, hey?   
http://bit.ly/gdqylN

On May 4th 1970, the Ohio Army National Guard were sent to put down a peaceful student protest at Kent State University, Ohio. The students were already unhappy about the Vietnam War and the draft. They were busy protesting the American invasion (or incursion as Nixon called it) of Cambodia when they were attacked. They had already faced bayonets and tear gas despite being unarmed. 29 of the 77 guardsmen then fired a total of 67 rounds, killing four students and wounding nine others. Two of the dead were merely walking by.

Still, let’s not let that get in the way of the US claiming the high moral ground over the fight for liberation from Ghaddafi in Libya, hey?   

http://bit.ly/gdqylN

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