Aey Watan key sajeelay jawanoon: Army launches battle exercises




12 Comments so far

  1. wkhang on December 5th, 2008 @ 5:16 pm
  2. kaami on December 6th, 2008 @ 4:14 am

    Who is paying for this extravaganza!

    This country is already under the heavy burden of returning thieves, rampaging terrorists, fleeing money, communal, sectarian and ethnic strife. We have sent packing a competent, honest and straight talking president and invited back mediocres to replace him. We are now reliant on IMF, govt has no control over its citizens, they can do what they want, inside or outside the country. Talent is fleeing, just another day I was introduced to a guy who paid one million rupees for a Canadian Work Permit.

    Again who is paying for this and why? Only a fool would attempt to attack this country, In 2002 India showed an aggressive posture and was reigned in by Mush, they dare not do it again, unlike us they have too much at stake, things like economy, progress and tourism etc.

    The whole world is at a loss, as to how to deal with Pakistan. Even Pakistani’s dont know where they are going and where they see this Nation in the next five years.

  3. kaami on December 6th, 2008 @ 4:21 am

    The only threat that I see is Mr. Osama Bin Laden taking over via his proxies, which are now super charged and very active. If that happens then we will be attacked by the whole world because nobody wants to see nuclear weapons in the hands of a monkey.

  4. kaami on December 6th, 2008 @ 5:25 am

    By monkey I mean Osama

  5. ڈفرستان کا ڈفر (duffer) on December 6th, 2008 @ 11:38 pm

    exercises and pak army
    what they gonna get with these exercises?
    how to kill own ppl?
    how to be a response like a dam s**t when somebody roars on you?
    یہ صرف نعرے لگا سکتے ہیں کسی قوم کی فوج کہلانے کی انکی اوقات نہیں

  6. wkhang on December 7th, 2008 @ 12:10 am

    @ Kaamy,

    Millions of times I tried to tell you behave POSITIVE,

    @ Duffer,

    I think you can just write on web sites ??

  7. kaami on December 7th, 2008 @ 1:07 am

    @wkhang so lets be positive, these are brave jawans, many of them have paid with ultimate sacrifice to clean up the mess in the North. But no army can fight a war without the backing of its people and right now Pakistani’s are deeply divided as to the justification of this conflict or that conflict. If people like Fazlullah / Baitullah are portrayed as patriots then what will you say to a soldiers mother whose son was beheaded by them in captivity?

    Thats why it is soo important to stay in touch with reality, recognize what the real threats are to this nation and then back your millitary and politicians to address those issues. Otherwise its better to give up, no mothers son should give his life in vain.

  8. mozang bijjli (gadhishahu) on December 7th, 2008 @ 7:50 am

    First I do’nt grudge a single paisa spent on our armed forces, and I respect every single jawan for being a part of security.
    As to the war in north it is a political decision and u should blame the political leadership for this mess if u must blame some one. I do’nt know a single person in army but i love our army for the symbol of our independence. They are alert on the borders so that we can peacefully sleep in our warm beds.
    I hope pakistan army will grow even more strong and even more admired by the nation.

  9. wkhang on December 7th, 2008 @ 11:22 am

    @ mozang,

    Agreed with you, but only one or two people does not understand this they just point the finger at any one weather he try to make things safe or may be a different openion.

    We should respect all Pakistan Army Navy or civilian or a perosn who sell somosas or begger on the road.

    @ Kaami,

    My brother : ), take off your red goggles and start looking the world in other colours too. I can agreed 1 % with you that our peopl are also in the range of target, but think : ), Uzbek,Russian,Turkaminstan,Afghany,Saudi,African,Indians what they are doing in our country in those areas, from how long they were working ?
    they have changed themselves into just like locals, grwon bears turn into just like us, but when the real local now are beating there ass to get out of there areas because they know that these intruders are cancer for them.

    Hey how come when ever US hit they achieve a target, and non Pakistany get killed. But yeah some of us also get killed which is really breaks out heart " Painfull " !!!!!

    Happy Eid to all

  10. kaami on December 8th, 2008 @ 7:56 am

    @mozangbijli – The mess, not only in the North but also in the south is 100% our millitary’s creation. Remember Zia-ul-Haque? the Afghan Jihaad and the way our three major cities namely Quetta, Peshawar and Karachi were leased out to Afghani’s. It was an operation handled by our millitary personnel. And now we have given up the North to the Arabs and the Talibaans, again a millitary operation gone wrong. However, the irony is when the same millitary tries to clear the mess by the earlier Generals, it doesnt sees the public behind it, therefore, we see such a half hearted approach.

    Meantime we continue to curse America and try to raise temperature against India which is in no mood for a conflict. Today, the fact is that nobody wants to capture Pakistan, but wants to see a strong government in control of its terrorists and nuclear weapons, but it seems that people of this country have other ideas. Living in denial is a way of life for the majority of my country men.

  11. azface on December 9th, 2008 @ 1:15 am


    Dude sometimes I wonder why you even bother to kick sense into people who’s intellect is clearly hindered by years of systematic brainwashing.

    Over the past few weeks, I have seen numerous references to Indian haste in blaming Pakistan for its ills. Well I think we only need to look at ourselves to realise that we have been blaming the US and west in general for all our shortcomings.

    Anyway, just an observation.

    Kaami, I also think some of the guys have got pretty seasoned at trapping you into a spiralling dialogue regarding your views and then making you seem like the only one not making sense. Think its the opposite…you seem to be the only voice of reason here. I respect the passion you bring to this forum but maybe our conscious raising comments can only impact those you have the knowledge, experience and most importantly a willingness to change to really digest your views.

    Anyway, just babble but though I’d air my feelings.

  12. kaami on December 9th, 2008 @ 9:17 am

    @azface, I bother because I have time that I can spare and I know that I am not alone. Plus there is a whole generation of young Pakistani Internet Surfers, who have grown up with half truths, conspiracy theories, lies and no sense of history. They are emotional, confused and vulnerable. I do this, just to give them a different perspective, so that they know that there are other point of views and facts that they may not know about. Lately, I have seen youngsters being indoctrinated in institutions like LUMS, what to say of Punjab University.

    "Truth is always bitter but it helps us and the future generations from repeating the same mistakes again and again"

    So I speak my mind and I know that there are people like you out there who understand. I have met quite a few of them in these forums. The key my friend is never quit and never to give your opponent an open field. I know I some time go to another extreme, but the objective is to make people think and give them a jolt.

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