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unknownprince
08-13-2011, 04:20 PM
Imran condemns US drones



Published: August 13, 2011
Imran condemns US drones | Pakistan | News | Newspaper | Daily | English | Online (http://nation.com.pk/pakistan-news-newspaper-daily-english-online/Regional/Lahore/13-Aug-2011/Imran-condemns-US-drones)


FAISALABAD - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has once again condemned the latest US drone attack that killed 18 innocent Pakistanis in the tribal area.

Talking to local PTI office-bearers here on Friday, he said the government is busy in striking deals with its political allies, innocent blood continues to be shed in Karachi and FATA and it seems that the government has all but collapsed.
The extra-judicial killings in FATA and increasing incidents of gang war in Karachi by private armies that are backed by political parties is slowly turning Karachi into a war zone, he added
The PTI chief said that the ruling party and its allies are directly responsible for turning Pakistan into a killing field where life and property of citizens is at the mercy of militants and US drones.

Master Khan
08-13-2011, 04:28 PM
Imran is the only decent person now.

faye
08-13-2011, 06:19 PM
i hope imran khan is true to his words and pakistan can get a genuine leader.

Master Khan
08-13-2011, 07:28 PM
i hope imran khan is true to his words and pakistan can get a genuine leader.

Yeah who knows, he could become Greedy and corrupt like 100% of Pakistani politicians

faye
08-13-2011, 07:34 PM
yeah, master khan. i was suprised when you mentioned the precautions you had to take against corruption when you went to pakistan. i spent about 3 years around india and never was asked for backsheesh.

Azmal
08-13-2011, 10:14 PM
Imran condemns US drones



Published: August 13, 2011
Imran condemns US drones | Pakistan | News | Newspaper | Daily | English | Online (http://nation.com.pk/pakistan-news-newspaper-daily-english-online/Regional/Lahore/13-Aug-2011/Imran-condemns-US-drones)


FAISALABAD - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has once again condemned the latest US drone attack that killed 18 innocent Pakistanis in the tribal area.

Talking to local PTI office-bearers here on Friday, he said the government is busy in striking deals with its political allies, innocent blood continues to be shed in Karachi and FATA and it seems that the government has all but collapsed.
The extra-judicial killings in FATA and increasing incidents of gang war in Karachi by private armies that are backed by political parties is slowly turning Karachi into a war zone, he added
The PTI chief said that the ruling party and its allies are directly responsible for turning Pakistan into a killing field where life and property of citizens is at the mercy of militants and US drones.


Look at this little paki germ….praising a Zenakar house ******. While talking about holy Islam…reminds me of those Tablighi Jahmat and Jamyati filth having HQ in Lahore…right in front of Lahore brothel but come to Muslim Afghanistan to preach Islam.

Imran Love child… According to Islam he needs to be lashed.

Rediff On The NeT: Imran Khan fathered illegitimate child, rules California court (http://www.rediff.com/news/aug/14imran.htm)

Holy Koran clearly curses these Paki filths as 'liar' and 'monafiq'!

unknownprince
08-13-2011, 10:38 PM
^ Hello King of Porn,

You and Scimitar are both the pervert twins of the forum.

Imran Khan has said he is going to stop drone attacks, and cut of all supplies to the US war against the Afghan people.

faye
08-14-2011, 12:38 AM
ashraf, you can't announce as fact anything a politician says, until the reality actually exists.

unknownprince
08-14-2011, 12:46 AM
He has stated he will do it. If he doesn't, then he has a problem on his hands, and his credibility goes down the drain.

So far, there is nothing on him. He has done no fraud. He has not collaborated with the US.

I see no reason not to say that he means what he says.

Levanaye Zalmaye
08-14-2011, 02:38 AM
Imran Khan is the establishment's new man just like Nawaz Sharif was in the 90s.

It doesn't take much to begin to wonder why his anti-drone protests took place on the main roads of the main cities of Pakistan when everyone knows exactly where the drones take off from. If Imran Khan was genuine about the drones, he'd take his supporters to the Shamsi and Jacobabad airbases, wouldn't he? In fact, to this day, he still hasn't pointed a finger at the army that has given Xe and the CIA its airbases to launch launch those drones from.. These facts, among others, cast doubts over the extent to which he is being truthful to his followers.

Imran Khan is a politician. Recent polls have shown that 96% of Pakistanis are anti-American in one way or another. So bashing the US equals votes. It's as simple as that. In fact, he himself knows that even if the ISI installs him into Pakistan's official rubber-stamp office (aka the Prime Minister's house), his government won't survive for a month without American aid. And that aid will come with conditions. And hence, nothing will change.

This is all a show. At least Pashtuns shouldn't be deceived by this. As for making statements, I hereby state that I will conquer the White House and turn it into a mosque. Where Shi'ites won't be allowed. That doesn't mean I can do it or that I even want to do it. But the statement still stands.

randolph85
08-14-2011, 02:44 AM
true, the guy is ur average politician who is trying to sympathize for votes.

has he visited the american air bases or the tribal areas effected by drone attacks?

Shehbaz Khan
08-14-2011, 08:40 AM
Imran Khan is the establishment's new man just like Nawaz Sharif was in the 90s.

It doesn't take much to begin to wonder why his anti-drone protests took place on the main roads of the main cities of Pakistan when everyone knows exactly where the drones take off from. If Imran Khan was genuine about the drones, he'd take his supporters to the Shamsi and Jacobabad airbases, wouldn't he? In fact, to this day, he still hasn't pointed a finger at the army that has given Xe and the CIA its airbases to launch launch those drones from.. These facts, among others, cast doubts over the extent to which he is being truthful to his followers.

Imran Khan is a politician. Recent polls have shown that 96% of Pakistanis are anti-American in one way or another. So bashing the US equals votes. It's as simple as that. In fact, he himself knows that even if the ISI installs him into Pakistan's official rubber-stamp office (aka the Prime Minister's house), his government won't survive for a month without American aid. And that aid will come with conditions. And hence, nothing will change.

This is all a show. At least Pashtuns shouldn't be deceived by this. As for making statements, I hereby state that I will conquer the White House and turn it into a mosque. Where Shi'ites won't be allowed. That doesn't mean I can do it or that I even want to do it. But the statement still stands.


Lewanay Zalmay, Even If the ISI is supporting him let's for the sake of argument agree that they are supporting him he is good for a change isn't it so?
Aren't you tired of doing Easy load to Baba? Giving Ten Percent to Zardari? Or the Corrupt Mullahs?

You think it's not right to organise rallys in Pekhawar when the drones are flying from Jacobabad? Do I have to tell you that he is just organizing people for the cause even tomorow if he goes to Jacobabad even from there he can't stop drones? Can he??

unknownprince
08-14-2011, 11:55 AM
LZ,

don't get me wrong. I do not look at Imran Khan as some savior of Islam, Afghanistan, or Pashtuns for that matter. LOL, he is running in the Pakistani elections.


I look at him, and I see a person with a clean record in regards to politics- one I doubt he will dirty with corruption and collusion with the US against the tribal areas.

I don't know if you can match anyone else who has nothing to hide in regards to corruption other then the Mullah across the 'line.'

Having said that, until I see evidence indicating his fraud and collusion with the US, I will take his words as they are.

A man who says he will end drone attacks and end support for the US war against Afghanistan is making a serious statement- this is also a man with a clean record, especially when it comes to corruption.

unknownprince
08-14-2011, 12:01 PM
Don't get me wrong. I see him as a potential person that can help bring this failed war to an end. I don't see him as some savior of Muslims, Afghans, and Pashtuns for that matter.

Just a person who has a meaningful role to play.

why so many want to jump to conclusions about a man who has no history of colluding with the US, and has no history of fraud?

It is almost as if some desperately wish that Imran becomes a US stooge??

Am I right?

Look, I see a person that can help bring this failed war against the Afghan people to an end. He has clear record. Today, that means A LOT.

Time will tell, but from the looks of it, the global context is in favor of this person making good on all he said. I mean who wants to support a bunch of losers fighting against Afghanistan, anyways.

People leave the sinking ship.