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Tamil Tigers Training Nepalese Rebels: An Interview Revealing All Posted: Jul 6, 2005 9:07 AM
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Re: Tamil Tigers Training Nepalese Rebels: An Interview Revealing All Posted: Jul 6, 2005 11:39 AM
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Attention Mr. Arun Rajnath South Asia Tribune star reporter

'It takes little talent to see clearly what lies under ones' nose, a good deal of it to know to what direction to point that organ,' said a sage once. Now in this article you have indeed shown great talent with your nose to sniff out news about Indias' Achilles heel about which no one wants to talk about in that country drunk with 'India shining' dezinformatsiya. I am talking about the armed insurgency by the Naxalite Grand Alliance - from Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Bihar to Uttar Pradesh to Nepal - which at this point in time rules supreme in over 55% (yes 55%) of Indias' territory - and increasing its territory by the day. Westernised Hindu fundamentalist Arun Shourie, writing in the Indian Express some months ago, is the only exception.

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Re: Tamil Tigers Training Nepalese Rebels: An Interview Revealing All Posted: Jul 6, 2005 5:44 PM
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Phuny article. I know Communist in India are helping the Maoist but LTTE too, wow. Hey poster above, Osama might be training Naxalites too in India right? hahaha

Gill

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Re: Tamil Tigers Training Nepalese Rebels: An Interview Revealing All Posted: Jul 6, 2005 11:59 PM
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Mr. Ahmed Sheikh, I am very impressed by your knowledge of history and current affairs. I never thought freedom movements in India cover more than half of its total territory.

In my opinion, most of the problems in subcontinent are due to large size of India, and its ruling class is unable to have good relations to any single neighbour. In my view this over-sized country should be divided to at least 5-6 smaller countries to make a permanant peace in region. Once this is done, there are brighter chances of cooperation or kind of union (like EU) among the smnaller nearly eqaully sized and equally strong countries. Mr. Sheikh, what are your view? Do you think it can happen in near future looking at the ongoing insurgency in more that 50% areas of India?

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Re: Tamil Tigers Training Nepalese Rebels: An Interview Revealing All Posted: Jul 7, 2005 12:14 AM
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Dilber Khan ... Post #5

In my opinion, most of the problems in subcontinent are due to large size of India, and its ruling class is unable to have good relations to any single neighbour. In my view this over-sized country should be divided to at least 5-6 smaller countries to make a permanant peace in region. Once this is done, there are brighter chances of cooperation or kind of union (like EU) among the smnaller nearly eqaully sized and equally strong countries. Mr. Sheikh, what are your view? Do you think it can happen in near future looking at the ongoing insurgency in more that 50% areas of India?

Hi Dilber Khan:

Is it your view ... or is it your wishful thinking to see India broken up into pieces? I suggest don't hold your breath -- it is not going to happen.

I would suggest now that Pakistan and India have offered to smoke the peace pipe with each other, we better learn to have good will for each other rather than have ill-will towards each other!

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Re: Tamil Tigers Training Nepalese Rebels: An Interview Revealing All Posted: Jul 7, 2005 12:14 AM
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#5 ,

Is it applicable to large countries like China, Russia,Canada, USA etc?
Do you think by applying same formula to Pakistan (i.e. dividing it into separate countries like baluchistan,sindh etc), many problems will be solved in south asia.

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Sachin

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Re: Tamil Tigers Training Nepalese Rebels: An Interview Revealing All Posted: Jul 7, 2005 12:23 AM
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#6 Mr. Yogia, it's just my view. I don't see any thing good coming out of using brutal force in areas like Kashmir, and other areas mentioned by Mr. Sheikh. What do you think are advantages of a bigger country? I support idea of smaller countries and loose borders.

#7 Mr. Nagara, China, Canada and US don't have freedom movements. China has in one provice and I think it should be seperated. Russia should be divided, of course. In Pakistan, I suggest smaller provices right now. I don't think any one in Pakistan is seriously demanding for independence.

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Re: Tamil Tigers Training Nepalese Rebels: An Interview Revealing All Posted: Jul 7, 2005 8:14 AM
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To Indians:

I cannot believe how easily you start discussing and lecturing the Pakistanis or initiate a debate on such nonsense articles.

My advice, please read this article again and you will see its nothing but building castles in the air. Mr. Rajnath is not the only one who recieves emails with conspiracies etc. But he is the only one trying to prove them right. Before I had my doubts, but now I am sure of it, Mr. Rajnath is trying his best to be in the limelight and will continue at writing articles that have no facts, or backbone. Dont be suprised if he comes out with another conspiracy that it were the Hindus in 1947 that demanded Pakistan. Commie loonies have no limits in their wierd secnerios, afterall, they dont believe in hard work and prosperity.

This article is not even worth spending all this time. Dont give the writer too much importance. Leave these tabloid writer to his fans and Shiekhs.

To Pakistanis,

You all are right. India is nothing, granted. India should break up granted. Thank you very much, as you have proudly vindicated what I had been saying for many months, real culprits are not Mullahs in Pakistan but educated so-called elities. I am very happy you have your Pakistan and hope many countries follow you country as a role model because the entire world is stupid.

Gill

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Re: Tamil Tigers Training Nepalese Rebels: An Interview Revealing All Posted: Jul 7, 2005 8:39 AM
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To mr. Jack

Rajnath get labelled as a tabloid writer and his articles become nonsense for you whenever he wrote facts. these are not castles in air but facts on ground. dont you think that division of India will help to promote peace in the region? big problem is that its trying to keep something united which was never united before.

i dont think that hindus in 1947 demanded for pakistan but its a fact that they were somehow responsible for it by pushing mr. jeenah to wall. Hardwork and prosperity is not limited to certain segment and commie can achieve it as well.

unfortunately there will not be many takers for your advises and to your disapointment more posts compare to other writers will be for mr. rajnath. Are you in some sort of leadership role to come up appeals which hardly makes any sense?

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Re: Tamil Tigers Training Nepalese Rebels: An Interview Revealing All Posted: Jul 7, 2005 9:53 AM
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Dilber you always impress respectable SAT memebers by your intelligent comments and original and brilliant ideas.

Breaking up of India into 4-5 smaller countries which are loosely connected to each other is indeed a brilliant idea to end poverty and civil unrest in today's India duffering from India shining disinformazia.

I think the break up will also come handy to bring perpetual peace and harmony in SOuth Asia and indeed well be in a better possition to come out as an economic block as well as get on with single currency unit .

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Re: Tamil Tigers Training Nepalese Rebels: An Interview Revealing All Posted: Jul 7, 2005 10:21 AM
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peace and harmony of south asia can be made only when there will be a good control on pakistani militant offence. and i assure you the way indian government is working on defence improvements, that day is not far away when india will show pakistan a real ground and teach the lesson of civilised society. you people have created a buffer in the whole region but i assure you all, we will teach you people the lesson of civilization. you people know the languge of DANDA only.whether it is shown by your own rulers or by india.

accpet my concolation for your IQ.
Yeah India is shining and millions of poor lower caste hindus and minorities are dying of poverty and hunger.

YOu are carrying out a genocide of your own people, but does have a decency to attack foreign and independent states also.

what a curcus!

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Re: Tamil Tigers Training Nepalese Rebels: An Interview Revealing All Posted: Jul 7, 2005 10:35 AM
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you get carried away with your home grown lust for hate - but that is your years of training. Read this and smell the coffee as the saying goes. Some home truths about your system from a well respected pakistani

Again a low IQ performance from India's Indian hindu

of course we are looking into the matters as it is evident from the article, where it is a Pakistani in a pakistani newspaper analysing Pakistan.
It is high time for croos border chanakyans to smell the coffee!

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Re: Tamil Tigers Training Nepalese Rebels: An Interview Revealing All Posted: Jul 7, 2005 10:43 AM
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#83

are you - you being serious; not so judging by the viciousness of your venomous responses. Sounds more like jihadi manifestation brimming again and again, uncontrollably.

More like personal rants and subjective ill-thought trough responses. More like much a do about nothing, if you catch the drift.

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