- Nov 2016
- Indus Valley, Pakistan
Thanks for that. We are the underdog with few friends as you point out. And it is probably best we both ignore the rants of some members here.Do you really want to see a 70-year-old country leave behind its people and die? Have you learnt nothing from Syria? I know it's hard to see Pakistanis as humanbeings but trust me... THEY ARE!
They are people. They are like you, or us.
And I don't know about you but I would be pretty shaken up right now.
Whatever the cause of their current sh-t is... I don't care. All I care about is Pakistan's wellbeing. And dear Pakistanis, all I want you to do is to get well! ALL I WANT!
And what really bothers me as to think of these Indians out there who don't see Pakistanis as people, and if anything ever happens to Pakistan, India can kiss my as* BECAUSE IF ANYTHING EVER HAPPENS TO HER I am blowing up the entire city of Mumbai.
I don't care what anyone says...I love Pakistanis!
If they ever start committing suicide attacks because of f-cking Indians, I will kill myself too, taking down thousands of Hindus with me!
Get well, Pakistan!
The world needs to know that Pakistan has still supporters...PAKISTAN needs to know that she still has her supporters.
I love you Pakistanis, just know that, OK?
Leave Pakistan alone!
No, they are emphatically not based on any seriously objective historical sources. I mean his claim that what is now Pakistan was on the fringes of civilization is absurd. Indus River which is the geographic fulcrum of Pakistan has been the axis of history - at least in South Asia. Indeed most of what is history in South Asia is history of what is now Pakistan. I listed IVC, Harappa, Mohenjo Daro, Mehr Garh, Taxila, Sirkap, Greco-Buddhist kingdoms, Gandhara etc etc is is what is now Pakistan. It's quite easy to check - just Google them to find out where they are.Most of Vajraditya's assertions, which were all actually based on proper historical evidence,