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Default 05-27-2012, 10:42 AM

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listen you littel aids junkie, I said what they could do, if your littel mosquito brains can't handle it don't anwer it, I know you are littel kuni, so stop taking to me I don't want to get your aids you discusting piece of ghual
Answer the question you coward stop trying to run away all the time, you run away from afg and now you run away from posts, your a true dawoos. I ask you about your country and you reply back about aids :s pathetic


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Default 05-27-2012, 11:04 AM

I never ran away from Afghanistan I was 4 year old when my parents desided to live....
What are you doing kuni
again I know you small brains can't understand a normal message you probabley have aids...
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Default 05-27-2012, 12:26 PM

Khostai, the Afghan psychology is one where violence escalates not decreases.
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Default 05-27-2012, 10:39 PM

yes, lynx. anything about afghan women and taliban is ALL propaganda.
only your articles and rants are not propaganda.
we are all aware of that

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Default 05-28-2012, 12:34 PM

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yes, lynx. anything about afghan women and taliban is ALL propaganda.
only your articles and rants are not propaganda.
we are all aware of that


Rightly said; UnknownPrince thinks anything he says is intrinsically true and accurate and expects to buy into it but anyone who contradicts him is propaganda. totally strange.
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Default 05-28-2012, 04:01 PM

how disappointing. Screw the Taliban but if we all run away from fear of being killed then who will take responsibility for those afghans who don't have the choices we do?? Instead of living a safe ordinary life in the west, living in Afghanistan to make A difference sounds whole lot more appealing. If you are meant to die, you will die no matter where you live.



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non commercial would cost less if he was in charge himself which he plans on doing. right now it's n herat but soon it will be in qanadahar.
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Default 05-28-2012, 05:28 PM

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GOE, what do you know about Pashtun women in Afghanistan? If you are a real Pashtun then you shouldn't talk to them. So your knowledge comes from so called propaganda too Plus, sitting comfy in a certain Western country (not Germany:-), going from time to time for holiday to Kabul Spa or thinking what colour of patu suits you better don't make you reliable source of information about Afghanistan.


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Default 05-28-2012, 06:09 PM

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GOE, what do you know about Pashtun women in Afghanistan? If you are a real Pashtun then you shouldn't talk to them. So your knowledge comes from so called propaganda too Plus, sitting comfy in a certain Western country (not Germany:-), going from time to time for holiday to Kabul Spa or thinking what colour of patu suits you better don't make you reliable source of information about Afghanistan.
As always Yasmeenah, the matter is more complex.
1. Selaay Ghaffar and Miss Kakar are also dual passport holders and are perhaps more likely to frequent Kabul's spas and Americas for that matter.
2. On the one hand, the God given rights that women ought to enjoy according to humanistic laws and the laws revealed by God himself and enjoined by his Prophet is a sad state... but as disconcerting is the utilization by Petreus and others of women as a pawn in the game to basically force the hand of a war weary public in Europe and America.

Thanks to Mullah Assange of the Islamic Emirates of Wikileaks (joking) we now know with 100% accuracy that Miss Clinton, Miss Rice, Commander Petreus and others are utilizing the womens rights issues to basically do a bait and switch:
http://wikileaks.org/wiki/CIA_report...e,_11_Mar_2010

Its as if they are saying: Oh man, you are against continuing our presence and our permanent bases? Well what's the deal? Hate women? Oh, its because you dont think our interventionalism is going to help things? Suuuure, so you hate women huh?

Here is the exact quote from the Red Cell Memo:
"Afghan women could serve as ideal messengers in humanizing the ISAF role in combating the Taliban because of women’s ability to speak personally and credibly about their experiences under the Taliban, their aspirations for the future, and their fears of a Taliban
victory. Outreach initiatives that create media opportunities for Afghan women to share their stories with French, German, and other European women could help to overcome pervasive skepticism among women in Western Europe toward the ISAF mission."

Isn't that a little like the following parable:
A man sees his his neighbor abusing his children. The man has a confirmed reputation for being the lawyer for the Arab (or African) guy 4 doors down who gives him a free trip every year to the Bahamas and free electricity. That Arab (or African) guy gives his wife daily beat downs but our man is willing to look the other way (after all free electricity allows him to set aside some more cash for a home cinema center). However, the neighbor that beats his kids is a whole different matter. He's sitting on some prime real estate. With the neighbor out of the picture that land is ripe for the picking. The abused kids wont get as many beat downs as they usually do... they'll be fine at the local orphanage and our man will be drinking a nice frosty beverage on the deck of his new house. Everyone wins!

Would you trust such a man? Isn't it more than a little reprehensible that he claims to have the best interests of the abused children in mind but is using them as a pawn?

3. Miss Kakar and Miss Ghaffar are as misinformed of history as are Miss Clinton and Miss Rice. Perhaps they ought to reread the history of the progression of womens rights in the Americas and Europe before attempting to cram it down the throats of the Afghans and generate blow back that will only set back their cause. It was a 400 year long odyssey from the burned witches in Salem to the passage of the 19th amendment... yet somehow they think they can write a "for dummy's" manual for Afghan men??? They might think twice then about ignoring the fact that black men who were former slaves could vote and hold high governmental seats theoretically decades before the 19th amendment was even thought of. Whats more ironic is that it did not take foreign guns to catalyze this evolution of soceital mores.





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Default 05-28-2012, 06:38 PM

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As always Yasmeenah, the matter is more complex.
1. Selaay Ghaffar and Miss Kakar are also dual passport holders and are perhaps more likely to frequent Kabul's spas and Americas for that matter.
2. On the one hand, the God given rights that women ought to enjoy according to humanistic laws and the laws revealed by God himself and enjoined by his Prophet is a sad state... but as disconcerting is the utilization by Petreus and others of women as a pawn in the game to basically force the hand of a war weary public in Europe and America.

Thanks to Mullah Assange of the Islamic Emirates of Wikileaks (joking) we now know with 100% accuracy that Miss Clinton, Miss Rice, Commander Petreus and others are utilizing the womens rights issues to basically do a bait and switch:
http://wikileaks.org/wiki/CIA_report...e,_11_Mar_2010

Its as if they are saying: Oh man, you are against continuing our presence and our permanent bases? Well what's the deal? Hate women? Oh, its because you dont think our interventionalism is going to help things? Suuuure, so you hate women huh?

Here is the exact quote from the Red Cell Memo:
"Afghan women could serve as ideal messengers in humanizing the ISAF role in combating the Taliban because of women’s ability to speak personally and credibly about their experiences under the Taliban, their aspirations for the future, and their fears of a Taliban
victory. Outreach initiatives that create media opportunities for Afghan women to share their stories with French, German, and other European women could help to overcome pervasive skepticism among women in Western Europe toward the ISAF mission."

Isn't that a little like the following parable:
A man sees his his neighbor abusing his children. The man has a confirmed reputation for being the lawyer for the Arab (or African) guy 4 doors down who gives him a free trip every year to the Bahamas and free electricity. That Arab (or African) guy gives his wife daily beat downs but our man is willing to look the other way (after all free electricity allows him to set aside some more cash for a home cinema center). However, the neighbor that beats his kids is a whole different matter. He's sitting on some prime real estate. With the neighbor out of the picture that land is ripe for the picking. The abused kids wont get as many beat downs as they usually do... they'll be fine at the local orphanage and our man will be drinking a nice frosty beverage on the deck of his new house. Everyone wins!

Would you trust such a man? Isn't it more than a little reprehensible that he claims to have the best interests of the abused children in mind but is using them as a pawn?

3. Miss Kakar and Miss Ghaffar are as misinformed of history as are Miss Clinton and Miss Rice. Perhaps they ought to reread the history of the progression of womens rights in the Americas and Europe before attempting to cram it down the throats of the Afghans and generate blow back that will only set back their cause. It was a 400 year long odyssey from the burned witches in Salem to the passage of the 19th amendment... yet somehow they think they can write a "for dummy's" manual for Afghan men??? They might think twice then about ignoring the fact that black men who were former slaves could vote and hold high governmental seats theoretically decades before the 19th amendment was even thought of. Whats more ironic is that it did not take foreign guns to catalyze this evolution of soceital mores.



Exactly... This is what they do and this what pak army did in pakistan to legitimise operations.
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