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Subject: Pakistan future
sofa    7/17/2006 4:27:30 PM
"...I think that the most worrying Islamic country in the world is Pakistan. It has a huge Islamic extremist population, a vulnerable government and nuclear weapons. Should Musharaf be assassinated, which is a definite possibility, this has the potential to be absolutely disastrous." -Roman I see only bad and worse with pakistan. How do you see that working out?
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eggfooyoung    RE:Pakistan future   7/17/2006 11:33:20 PM
its a no is on its way to becoming a second tier nation of the sub-continent along with bangladesh.and that might help thse two beggar nations bond...but by then india will be far beyond the reach of thse two nations of uncouth religion embracing population.good luck.
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eggfooyoung    RE:Pakistan future   7/17/2006 11:36:27 PM
10 yrs from now, pakistan,afghanistan and bangladesh will be "competing" economically with each other for "the king among beggars" crown given by india.
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chupooey    RE:TEN YEARS FROM NOW   7/18/2006 9:34:56 AM
Ten years from now india would be requesting bangladesh to have the gas at international price which she is now getting at scrap rate. moving to west india would be dependent on the pipe lines of petroleum and gas no matter where they come from, iran or central asia. moreover india would still be requesting pakistan to give her the status of most favourite nation which she is doing now repeatedly so that she could export her products to the central asian and middle east through gwadar port cheaply and conveniently. As for your term beggar google it and see who in the world has top most debt and who is borrowing the most.
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eggfooyoung    RE:TEN YEARS FROM NOW   7/18/2006 10:24:41 PM
export to central asia thru gwadar? dude u dont even know ur geography well and ur logic is so wonder pakis will never see naything bright in their lifetime.
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Roman    RE:Pakistan future   7/19/2006 1:49:18 AM
Pakistan will become a mega-headache if Musharaf falls. The problem is that evenif there was a reversion to democracy in the country, the Islamists are so popular that they would probably win any free elections. Can you imagine a state ruled by a Taleban-like government, but with 150 million people and a nuclear arsenal? Things could turn really ugly. The best way forward for the whole world (Pakistan included, as any nucleary armed Islamist government would flirt with self-destruction, as any nuclear explosion in the West or India might draw a devastating nuclear response) would be for Pakistan to unilaterally disarm its nuclear arsenal. That, though, is clearly not going to happen. I guess the best realistic option would be to devote considerable intelligence assets to assessing the location and disposition of Pakistani nukes and prepare to destroy them in case the Islamists get into power. It may even be possible to persuade some Pakistanis in the military to assist in this endeavor if they value the survival of their country that could be threatened if an Islamist government used these nuclear weapons.
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chupooey    RE:TEN YEARS FROM NOW   7/19/2006 7:57:13 AM
This is the best you could have done, picking up typing mistakes and makes a hell out of it. by the way what did you find retarded in my logic come with your logic rather than just shake of shoulders and face. it is the fact that no matter where from the gas or oil comes to energy starved india, it would be through pakistan which is not going to change no matter how tight you close your eyes. You are not willing to realize now but your government has realized that , that is why they are willing to bid along with china rather than against china for off shore energy stakes around the world and that is why they are willing were willing to pipe line from iran passing through pakistan, to which they previoulsly termed as compromise on security and offering soft target to pakistan.
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Jawan    RE:TEN YEARS FROM NOW : PAKISTAN   7/19/2006 8:04:54 AM
Complete self destruction with jihadists and fundamentalists fighting among themselves. Society as a whole will IMPLODE. Bit by bit Paki land will destroy itself. Unless their BAAP USA comes to RESCUE.
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chupooey    RE:TEN YEARs FROM NOW   7/19/2006 9:37:41 AM
Thanks God , at least no one is bragging to have evening tea in lahore gymkhana. little though but still some improvement compared to 1965.
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eggfooyoung    RE:TEN YEARs FROM NOW   7/19/2006 10:25:27 PM
"Thanks God , at least no one is bragging to have evening tea in lahore gymkhana. little though but still some improvement compared to 1965. " ------------------------------------------------------------------------- just so you realise, no body is really interested in having tea in lahore or any other lawless city in your part of the world. clearly,there are better places to do that. now if you had talked about whooping the $hit out of lahore...that would have been something realistic and reasonable to talk about. as for energy starved neighbour india..they have a deal on the navil with the u.s and they are in consortium with china in securing their energy needs. whatever may be the case they will keep moving forward and eventually become a significant power while a$$wipe countries like pak and bangla will destruct--self? or by someone else is the question.
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eggfooyoung    RE:TEN YEARs FROM NOW   7/19/2006 10:29:53 PM
choootchup your brothers in syria and lebannon are already getting whooped by a certain zionist nation, pray its not your turn next.;-)
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