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Old February 18th, 2011, 07:53 AM
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Re: Going, going , soon will be gone--Hindus from Bangladesh

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when you have no hope in life of getting any economic success , like it is for most muslims , and a mad mullah tells you that you are going to get 72 virgins in paradise if you kill the kaafirs ,and worst of all you are actually super-illiterate and ignorant enough to believe such shitcrap , then the brutality automatically comes ........

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Ashdoc, many things in same breath . . .

It doesn't matter what you or pakistani thinks of their roots. But I will reply to illiterate, muslim, 72 virgin and economic success part.

You are right on economic success when you compare dhirubhai ambani with any mulla from chandni chowk or some slum in mumbai.

But there are some illiterate who rub shoulder with american presidents, sleep with top hollywood actresses, have 'united nation' in their heram; and only need to sell scraped spare parts from their fleet of aircrafts to buyout the whole ambani clan.

72 virgin, will come back on that later. Need to carefully word it, so that it doesn't hurt anybody.
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Old February 18th, 2011, 08:11 AM
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if percentage of hindus falls so drastically from 28 percent to 9.2 percent in bangladesh ., then numbers are fallen upto a certain extent .

even in percentage ,the muslims in india and hindus in india have not changed so drastically .

so what.......the names of the cities in pakistan are not being changed even though the demography has changed .

rawalpindi means ' pindi of shankar ' --rawal being one of his names . but that does not mean hindus are being treated fairly in pak......in fact ,they barely exist .
Yeah, just like Pathankot doesn’t have any more Pathans
9 persons in 100 means 9% and 45 in 1000 means 4.5% so in this way population increased but percentage declined, I am not suggesting that communal tension is not there, it is there just like any other country or may be slightly more than normal.

Unlike Pakistani Hindus, did Bangladeshi Hindus ever asked for political asylum?
When I met Bangladeshi Hindus in guwahati they only complained about economic hardships

The primary reason of migration is economic hardships in Bangladesh, just like Hindustani (Hindi-Urdu speaking) labour migrates in huge number to Delhi and Mumbai.

In this sub continent Hindu upper class is more literate and educationally smarter than muslims, I think they can migrate quickly, for instance, upper caste is lives mostly in urban centre in comparison to rural areas, at least in Punjab even though all of them were villagers in past.

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Chitralaji, aap jab gyaan baanthe ho, tou yeh ‘apparently’ and ‘presumbly’ ki chadder auda kar ek dam conviction key saath judgement pass kar dete ho. You might be right on all that, because I don’t have any credible source (as if I have on all other shits i post ) to claim otherwise.

But I have general observation. History says babar came with 25K men (he started with 10K and rest he picked while on the way, and gave tough time to whoever ruling india that time who had a big army with elephants. Babar defeated the king, his army and his elephants. It is said babar had a passion for killing.

Similarly, in current times, Kasab came with 10-15 jihadis and did the same to 100s of mumbai policemen. Unlike the said indian ruler who was banking on elephants only, india is fortunate to have (I don’t know numbers, but as seen on TV, a bus load – so must be 40-50) specially trained, skilled and best of commandos to over power kasab, over a couple of days.

Isn’t there a similarity between babar and kasab (keeping aside the scale of operation)? So, if kasab is great-grandson of a convert, how he matched the brutality of babar?

Another observation, but on a lighter note (strictly lighter), if pakis are converts and have no relation with arabs, you think, they too drink complan or horlicks to gain extra height and bone strength; and use their sister’s fair and lovely (until srk, shahid and john started selling men’s brand) to get fair skin?
In 1941, jews cant drink, jews cant fight, jews only worth dying
In 1948, jews are scoundrel, jews are killers, jews are best combat pilots
Inki kaunsi genes ne palti maar li? Hain jee??

Kasab and co was on turkey shoot, means kill anything that you see, don’t demean Babar. He was very able general and commander. He came with artillery; it was new thing in sub continent. Major unnikrishnan and his company was in search and shoot mission, they have to secure friendly civilians first and then kill the enemy. Hope you get the difference. Kasab was overpowered by havildar omble without any gun.

Punjabbi muslims have titles like malik and sodhi too, malik title is common between hindu, muslim and Sikhs. Haven’t you seen, khannas and kapoors, how they are equally bright, there is no Arabic blood in them, majority of Hindu upper class is as fair as Muslims. both Jinnah and Allama Iqbal were hindu converts, both were bright in skin, foundation of pakistan was laid by converts

I believe all Muslims have Arabic blood, now tell me whether Arabs would believe this, hope Arabs would start treating Indian Muslims as their equals when they go far hajj in the land of prophet(pbuh), Arabs are you listening?????

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But there are some illiterate who rub shoulder with american presidents, sleep with top hollywood actresses, have 'united nation' in their heram; and only need to sell scraped spare parts from their fleet of aircrafts to buyout the whole ambani clan.
those illiterates are lucky to have oil in the sand beneath their feet , and are luckier still that the developed countries of the world havent found a fuel more economical than that oil ( just see what happens on that day !! )for their consumption , and are luckier still that even though they have no brains to drill that oil , the westerners are ready to give the technology and knowhow to drill it , and also military protection against those who look with covetous eyes on that oil ,like saddam found out when he invaded kuwait.......

all things said in one breath !!
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With so many ‘versions’ of history around and ‘eventful’ historical accounts on forums and blogs, and ashdoc-like-talents who can pick and mix to create their own version of history; my personal preference would be to read history from that point of time which is universally accepted and not biased because of the location of the school.

I have spent countless hours memorizing dates and events of maurya dynasty, the administrative reforms done by ashok, his repentance and acceptance of buddhism after kalinga war, his plantation of trees on either side of roads, sending his kids to srilanka for spreading budhism, etc. I believed all that stuff to the core.

Now years later, I find a worldwide reputed newspaper while running an article calls ashok as mythical character; where as an indian newspaper fondly called as toilet paper or trash paper, runs the same, but retains ashok position as emperor.

From Guardian :


From: TOI :


Now I wonder where is the right place of ashok, the king. History class or the language class?

So, can we blame a certain country or its predominant population if their school's history syllabus doesn't matches ours?

Mythical is one of those English words that can be used to mean nearly-opposite things.

Just like "cleave" which can mean either bind or tear apart. Or like "sanction" which can mean approve or criticize.

For example, when a person acquires so much stature, then he may be described as "mythical" in the sense of "he's gotten this much stature, isn't that stupendous?"

Mythical in the sense used by the author of that article means "famous", not "fictitious". As in: Ashoka was a very famous emperor. Ashoka is very much a historical figure and the author of that article knows that too.

He said "its mythical emperor in the third century BC". How do you think the author came up with a date? He came up with a date because the author knows Ashoka is a real historical person.


Here's the word and its meaning from a version of Merriam-Webster's sold on CD:

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Main Entry: mythical
Pronunciation: 'mith-i-k*l
Variant: or mythic \-ik\
Function: adjective
Date: 1669

1 : based on or described in a myth especially as contrasted with history
2 usually mythical : existing only in the imagination : FICTITIOUS, IMAGINARY *sportswriters picked a mythical all-star team*
3 usually mythic : having qualities suitable to myth : LEGENDARY <the twilight of a mythic professional career Clayton Riley>
synonyms see FICTITIOUS
- mythically \-thi-k(*-)l*\ adverb
And here is the entry for legendary, from same source:

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Main Entry: legendary
Date: circa 1587

1 : of, relating to, or characteristic of legend or a legend
2 : WELL-KNOWN, FAMOUS
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those illiterates are lucky to have oil in the sand beneath their feet , and are luckier still that the developed countries of the world havent found a fuel more economical than that oil ( just see what happens on that day !! )for their consumption , and are luckier still that even though they have no brains to drill that oil , the westerners are ready to give the technology and knowhow to drill it , and also military protection against those who look with covetous eyes on that oil ,like saddam found out when he invaded kuwait.......

all things said in one breath !!
So its all about luck. You know who else says, 'sab naseeb ka khel hai'?
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Mythical is one of those English words that can be used to mean nearly-opposite things.

Just like "cleave" which can mean either bind or tear apart. Or like "sanction" which can mean approve or criticize.

For example, when a person acquires so much stature, then he may be described as "mythical" in the sense of "he's gotten this much stature, isn't that stupendous?"

Mythical in the sense used by the author of that article means "famous", not "fictitious". As in: Ashoka was a very famous emperor. Ashoka is very much a historical figure and the author of that article knows that too.

He said "its mythical emperor in the third century BC". How do you think the author came up with a date? He came up with a date because the author knows Ashoka is a real historical person.


Here's the word and its meaning from a version of Merriam-Webster's sold on CD:


And here is the entry for legendary, from same source:
Very informative explanation. Appreciate that.

Ashok should remain in history class.
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So its all about luck. You know who else says, 'sab naseeb ka khel hai'?
wait and see...... the luck will run out !!

.....in short ,sometime the goras ( or the japanese ) will discover a cheaper source of fuel .......

anyway ,the luck has come only in the twentieth century

all these centuries ,these people eked out a miserable existence in the desert growing dates and herding camels.
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wait and see...... the luck will run out !!

.....in short ,sometime the goras ( or the japanese ) will discover a cheaper source of fuel .......

anyway ,the luck has come only in the twentieth century

all these centuries ,these people eked out a miserable existence in the desert growing dates and herding camels.
Yeah, lets hope so. Woh subah kabhi tou aayegi.

But do you know, as of now, 3/4th of the world is under lien to these 20th century luckier?
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what does this mean?
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what does this mean?
These illiterates are the new sahukars of world.

Example, http://www.nytimes.com/2008/07/10/ny...0chrysler.html

This is an example. Check out anything and everything (leave white house), and you will find the board on it - "Under lien to Lucky Illiterates".
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These illiterates are the new sahukars of world.

Example, http://www.nytimes.com/2008/07/10/ny...0chrysler.html

This is an example. Check out anything and everything (leave white house), and you will find the board on it - "Under lien to Lucky Illiterates".
those lucky illiterates form only a minority......majority of their brethren still live a horrid existence as their countries dont have the oil .

and as i said ,the luck came only in the twentieth century.......what was allah ,the kind ,the all-knowing ,the beneficient and the merciful doing when his folk , including the forefathers of the lucky few were living a degraded existence all these centuries
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With so many ‘versions’ of history around and ‘eventful’ historical accounts on forums and blogs, and ashdoc-like-talents who can pick and mix to create their own version of history; my personal preference would be to read history from that point of time which is universally accepted and not biased because of the location of the school.

I have spent countless hours memorizing dates and events of maurya dynasty, the administrative reforms done by ashok, his repentance and acceptance of buddhism after kalinga war, his plantation of trees on either side of roads, sending his kids to srilanka for spreading budhism, etc. I believed all that stuff to the core.

Now years later, I find a worldwide reputed newspaper while running an article calls ashok as mythical character; where as an indian newspaper fondly called as toilet paper or trash paper, runs the same, but retains ashok position as emperor.

From Guardian :


From: TOI :


Now I wonder where is the right place of ashok, the king. History class or the language class?

So, can we blame a certain country or its predominant population if their school's history syllabus doesn't matches ours?

Kahan details mein phans jaate ho Balushahi bhai... mere kahne ka tatparya yah tha ki itihaas sirf dharmik nahin hota... bahugolik bhi hota hai, raajnitik hota hai, aarthik bhi hota hai... sanskritik bhi hota hai... agar aisa nahin hota to Punjabi(paki) log chaudhary aur rai aur bhatt ki dum apne naam ke aage nahin lagaye rakhte...

aur Ashok ka hona na hona mmudda nahin hai(yahan par)... Hadappa se seedha muhammad-bin-kasim par kood jaana hai. Ab agar aap isko bhi defend karna chate hain to main kya kahoon....
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a hindu professor shot dead by muslim extremists--


a hindu ( vimal patak ) about to be killed by muslims--

Why was he tortured and killed?
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read this link--

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