Fake Degrees of MPA / MNA's - government run by illiterate blackmailers and con artists!!

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

According to Dawns News Today ; several MPA's have resigned on the compliant that there degrees are fake. PPP Allah Wasaya, Jamshed Jatt, and Muhammad Ajmal.
Interestingly enough, Sardar Allah Wasaya faked his matriculation degrees. Let’s take a deeper look into just these cases alone.
1. Parliamentarians lie and have been lying about their degrees since the inception of the partition. Only now has this come up since there at least exists a complaint cell that can verify the issues. Intellectual atrophy has begun. A world where the elected had to represent the goodness and welfare is completely violating the sovereignty of the chair that they earnestly fought for.
2. Lack of process. How can people or even parties elected these people for elections without checking their identifications and proper education backgrounds. This is a basic infrastructure flow. All across the world, communities of peace ensure that they people even fathoming of being elected have proper etiquettes. Presidents of many civilized countries and parliamentarians of governments have been sacked simply because of lies, irrespective of the magnitude of the issue.
3. Etiquettes of parliamentarians and leaders. People view leaders as super natural beings that have the diversity and strength to be a better role model to the community. People are in search of greatness and feel the drive to identify and elect them. Governor of New York lost his votes by cheating on his wife. The governor of Illinois was immediately removed upon his civil lies. Imagine a world that values honesty and integrity. In a society where the parliamentarians blatantly lie, this clearly shows that they do not value integrity and honesty.
4. Realpolitik chaos has repeatedly annihilated the very system that was to groom sophistication. The parliamentarians who have resigned come from PPP, PML-Q, and PML-N. all of this shows that there is a uniformity of the state of perplexity that the leadership revolves in. with all the hardliner politicians living in cloud cuckoo land, no one ever checked the degrees of the politicians that they select to represent in their respective areas?

Where are we living in? Who is to blame? Our government elected officers lie stating that they have educational degrees. Illiterate and baboons run the state of governance. These politicians should be hanged and this practice stopped. How can someone simply lie about their degrees? Imagine the damage they can and have been doing to the community. Shame on PPP, PML – all segments of not checking the balance of power and education.


2 years of PPP democracy event in Islamabad

Monday, March 29, 2010

 PPP Democracy - 2 Years Event In Islamabad

Very recently the government is marching forward with a presentation representing their 2 years of freedom of speech and the milestones that they have achieved within these two long and tedious years. 2 years of continuous “kappaaey” ideology. The interesting part is that the event is to celebrate and salute the 2 years of elected power. In retrospect, the 2 years have given us ample aspects to pounder on. Namely;
A. Hundreds of innocent lives vanished due to detonation of suicidal bombs
B. Hundreds of livelihood gone and washed away to poorer countries since there is no electricity and the small manufacturers and suppliers could not run their home grown factories on diesel generators
C. Millions of people affected by the atrocities of lawlessness
D. Billions of rupees lost in the reservoirs of gold diggers
E. Remote control bombing and aerial raids over our land
I have never seen Pakistan so weak and shattered. Imminently, the promises and pictures in the event is cloud cuckoo land for the majority of Pakistanis. How can a government not be realistic about the current events? Every ingredient of human commodity has doubled except the price of man. Sugar, bread, flour and fruits. There is nothing that one can attain within the meager amounts that one earns. This is Pakistan at the brink of utmost disaster. There are only flames to show the world that we have lost.


The government salutes the nation on the eve of Pakistan Day with no electricity

Monday, March 22, 2010

The world was seeing us in darkness. For the last 4 hours, Pakistan was brutally accepting the increasing amount of mosquito bites as the price that we pay for having the US as our close allies in the war against terrorism. Today, without electricity and the ooze of a breeze, my suggestion is that our war should be against corruption and black outs. Imagine what the army and the people would do if our newspapers daily print headlines like the following – “Presidential money laundering activities concluded and amount restored back to the government. With 3.2 billion back in the deposits, the government of Pakistan is the third richest nation in the world now.” And the next day, the world reads “Sharif estates in Saudi Arabia auctioned and Bill Gates purchased all of them claiming that there is no price to history. The last remnants of the family that looted and plundered Pakistan”. Or what about the caption “last ten bureaucrats killed while traveling as sheep across the border”.
Imagine what we could have achieved if these were our headlines. But tonight, as the world reminds us that Pakistan Day is here, the government has given us hours of load shedding. It makes me furious. Just today the headlines of Dawn state that the ambassador of Iran is anxiously waiting to go through the deal. China on the other hand is ready to invest.
In reality, France generates electricity through burning their shit. Pakistan is full of shit and piss. Wonder if the Tarbela dam could have been run on piss. We would have our own piss lakes and ponds. They might smell but what doesn’t in Pakistan?
I am ashamed of the governance running this country today. Imagine bombarding us to the stone ages. A close friend of mine kept on telling me that his intelligence resource concludes that US is looking forward to keeping Pakistan at the brink of disaster. How else could a nation keep on feeding us dollars with interest? If Iran provides us with cheap electricity, this nation will have power to kick start economies of scale. And who would want that? India would be flabbergasted and Israel will only wonder what the nuclear scientists can do?
India controls our waters and our government our systems. It is politically corrupt to the core. How can these bastard politicians run around in their cars and not see the dirt and emptiness in the streets. Have they no shame and no remorse?
The government salutes this nation and plunders them into darkness. 5.6 million People lay awake at night fighting off mosquitoes and other flying insects because PPP or PML made us believe that they our leaders. They are really. Leaders of darkness.
Thank God I can write in the dark!
Wake Up Pakistan. Open your doors. Come out on the streets. Enough is enough.!!


GCU Old Ravians Association Dinner invites Justice Lahore High Court who comes in a Mercedes Benz- our tax money!!

Sunday, March 21, 2010

GCU Old Ravians Association Dinner

We gathered around a predominantly fun crowd that had one main theme in common. Their Alma matter had provided them the opportunity to move forward and become the people that they are. Interestingly enough, the Chief Justice of Lahore High Court was invited as the chief guest. Hundreds flocked the main grounds in anticipation of meeting their old class mates and reviving memories of their golden years. The ambiance has drastically changed now. New faces have evolved and the old ones gone with the wind. I guess that is life. There is no substitute to life. No replacing the teachers that brought forth generations of time.
I was appalled to realize how far the institution has gone in terms of supporting and contributing to the corruption and the overall manifestation of inflation. The chief justice came on a Mercedes Benz with a plethora of police guards. Wasn’t the duty of this contingent responsible to save our lives and not this man alone? This Mercedes Benz is a gift from our tax money? Really, even the chief justice of the different states of America does not have these facilities yet our highness believes that it is his duty. Is this the culture and dignity that GC has bestowed upon his students that have grown up to become judges that run off of such high tax money? Does anyone remember the legacies of Hazrat Umar?
Have we forgotten that the judges or qazi’s belonged to the system and had a close relationship with the masses? No trial was greater than a few years. Here cases have lingered on and the people supporting and defending it have all died. This is reality. This is Pakistan.
Oh nations of peace, oh institutions of repute endorse the society with good governance. When would a day come when the entire government officers come into their offices in the local and public transportations?
Another sad state of affairs was the high traffic jams of gulshan-e-ravi. The road is being built again and again. Traffic jams and the police office cars vamoose pass the scenes oblivious to the people stuck in traffic.
Is this not the Pakistan we created? Enough is enough.


In The Loving Memory of A Loved One

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

This poem was sent by another avid reader of our site. Today is his father birthday and he sent this beautiful poem in rememberance of his father

Abu...so many images come to mind whenever I speak your name;
It seems without you in my life, things have never been the same.

What happened to all those times when I always looked to you;
No matter what happened in my life, you could make my gray skies blue....

Abu, some days I hear your voice and turn to see your face;
Yet in my turning...it seems the sound has been erased.

Abu, who will I turn to for answers when life does not make sense;
Who will be there to hold me close when the pieces just don't fit.

Oh, Abu, if I could turn back time and once more hear your voice;
I'd tell you that out of all the dads you would still be my choice.

Please always know I love you and no one can take your place;
Years may come and go but your memory will never be erased.

Today, Allah, as You are listening, in the heavens above;
Would you go and find my dad and give him all my love.....


Sharif bows down to Taliban - last straw of incompetance

Monday, March 15, 2010

Today, the Sharif family has prostrated in veneration to the Taliban gods. They have openly declared that they are in complete unity against the musharif regime that has convoluted and expanded this war. Interestingly enough, when things got out of hand, the Chief Minister last magic wand was to practically beg for forgiveness.
We have lost over a thousand lives in Punjab alone. Peshawar is a gone case. There, it is a simple blood bath. Insanity prevails. There is a vicious cycle of martyrdom. Beautiful faces are eliminated without question. We always declare people who bomb our lands and eradicate our families as brutal enemies of mankind. But have we gone into the veneers of doubt and really tried to understand the life behind the stage?
I honestly believed that it would not have taken so many faces if the sons and daughters of the chief minister had died. I bet he would have been begging the same day. Sad though that it has taken so long for them to realize that people are beautiful creations of life. We still have the same dirty roads and long lines. Nothing much has changed. And why should it? We have the same bastards running the country. Same faces. Same nucleus of corruption.
Secondly, why is that they can no hand the man who is claimed to be the massive deterrent in our stability? Hang the man or men who are responsible for the lives of such innocent souls. So many deaths and the culprits are unknown? This is the greatest of all massacres. Have we as Muslims forgotten the great saying of the caliph Omar – “even if a dog dies on the river bank due to thirst, I will be responsible”
We have gone a long way in destroying what we love and cherish. The men who are bent on destroying innocent lives should be perish the true culprits. Why is that not the case?


War is not for poor Pakistan

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Wars have been fought in open grounds and nuclear bombs have devastated nations. Peace has nurtured friendships and tranquility has brought forth smiles on the faces of the generations of tomorrow. Both extremes have kept humanity at a standstill. Anticipating tomorrow, we live for today. And as we dig deeper into history and learn more about the facts of mankind, we could to realize that emotions and misunderstandings have created long standing wounds to cultures, communities and nations. History will educate us of how the world keeps on our toes. People and processes have also changed the very direction of nations. We have lived to read about stories of Stalin, Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King. We are living in a world where we have witnessed the war on Iraq, bombings in Afghanistan and a war of terrorism in Pakistan that is seamlessly moving on till infinity.
Children of war have had irreversible scars that have outlived them. Ask any old person who witnessed the nuclear explosion of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Google will give you millions of hits of records regarding lost lives in Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Images of faces that would be nothing more than a click to the next image. But for us, these images have the faces of our children, parents, sisters and our friends. Images that we have now transferred to the blind winds of dirt and buried them deep within the hearts. The only testament of their existence is their grave clearly stating the innocence that has died in our nation.
Question that has been playing havoc among many in Pakistan is that who created this image of Pakistan. Who wrote in stone this disastrous verdict of the current and future sentiments of Pakistan? My nation questions itself who placed us in this situation? Who gave us this dark future? What have we done? Who sold the spirit and caliber of this nation?
I graduated from one of the most prestigious institutions of Pakistan and had the pleasure of studying in the west. Coming back to Pakistan, I searched for the friends I had met along the way of my educational career. All the scholars who were lucky to enter medical college are all abroad servicing the top hospitals of America and Canada. The talented mathematicians graduated with MBA’s from Harvard and MIT and now working in the top banks around the world. Only the businessmen who could not have sold their worth are here and keep on wondering how to diversify and leave this nation. I know of many manufacturing giants who have sold and ready running gas stations in Canada. The brain drain of Pakistan has eaten up this nation since its inception. But who allowed this cataclysmic reaction? Why are our scholars assisting the development of others and all we do is wonder who will create this nation?
Recently, the government of Pakistan has levied a 30% additional tax increase to all tax payers for swat. I have paid over 0.5 million rupees. And I am just one among millions who pay legal tax money. But with the inflation and the price increases, I need to come to terms that this is not only unfair but suicide with the nation. What happened to the millions of rupees that the Supreme Court has declared against the corrupt officials? Why has not one been hanged? Why not one single paisa has be given back?
As a nation, we need to comprehend with a full heart the current situation of this land. My daughters asked me what created the sound when Model Town was ripped into shreds. She could not see my tears. I wish she would never see them. I wish she would never tell her children that Pakistan is at war.
I among millions want answers. Who are the Taliban’s? The non state elements? I have never done anything bad to any person, culture or communities to see my nation burn like this? How can you sell your own home? Who wrote this history for us?


Enough, Enough!!


I have buried with my bare hands my children
Lost in the graveyard are amputated souls
Living are dreary images of love once forgotten
Lost in the anguish of life are the wounds that have no symptons
Living is the venom that kills us all
Lost in the battles are the soldiers of peace
Living are the generals of death
Lost in the jungle of despair is my tomorrows
Living is the todays of my fears and sins
When will this all end?
Too many buried bodies
Too many paper clips
Too many washed babies annihilated
A million smiles bombarded
A zillion laughter deleted from history
Have we not learnt
That enough is enough
Stop! Whoever you are!
Taliban, Army, US –Stop!
When you kill innocence with such magnitude
It will haunt you in your life
You will see your graves empty
Your hearts thrown out
Lost in your world will be your dreams and future
Living your life will be our children


Ghani Glass – Zindabad!

In times of complete turmoil and cataclysmic reactions of magnitude proportions, one only wonders if tomorrow will be a reality or will one end up in the graves like many others. Each day people survive in hope that peace will one day become a permanent ingredient of life. The war on terrorism is simply unjust. Who has posted this dirty, corrupt and futile image of Pakistan in my eyes? Who has predicted that all we have to perform is tolerance to the west to survive? Who were the leaders that gave us this verdict? In the innocence of our lives, we have forgotten that we exist in the world like many others and we can only survive if we reason with fate and existence.
I don’t know who the Taliban’s are and how they came into existence. I really don’t envisage that our land is going to remain a peaceful identity on this surface. But one everything is in sharks; I remember that we do have heroes.
Recently, model town area was completely blasted to its core. The government building and its vicinity were completely blast and many people lost their lives and property due to this incident. Imagine a world that has gone havoc in an instance and you do not know the real culprits. The blast was heard from miles and windows and panels were broken down. People left their homes anticipating an earth quake. Hundreds of square glass lay scattered among the dust.
Politicians, police agencies are all in havoc. No one knows the real agenda. In times like these, Ghani Glass submits an advertisement in the newspaper stating that they will replace the glass for all schools, colleges and homes affected by the disaster for free! I was completely mystified. Could not believe what I had just read. In a time like this, who could be so kind to give out millions of rupees worth of equipment. Corporations like these need to be given the best emblem of Pakistan performance and pride. The nation salutes you!! We are really indebted to the love and care that you have for this nation. May Allah grant you the goodies of this world and the hereafter?
I am really proud to be in a nation that has Ghani Glass mentality. Where else would one see such moments of philanthropic efforts! For this gigantic move, the nation is thankful and will remember your kindness for years to come. I have told this story to many people and will now be buying your items since you have the heart and tolerance to steer Pakistan out of its turmoil!


Sheikh Rasheed versus Nawaz Shari Rally – Competition of Idiots

Friday, March 5, 2010

Nawaz Sharif - the idiot

I am recklessly appalled by the situation that daunts Pakistan and its economic wellbeing. Both parties were at work convincing the others that they have the ultimate solution for the miseries and the overall all quagmire that persists in the market. They are both wrong. I wonder at the life style of Nawaz Sharif. He is a man who lives in palaces and has the financials to straighten the streets and unravel the dirt from the roads yet he takes away from the public the very emblem of our thoughts and tranquility. We are a nation that has been convoluted by misery, deception and poor leadership.
The entire rally was a concocted futile effort to tell the world that is better than the other. Yet both have devastated the economy and increased the overall deficiencies of life. The astonishment is that the country both knows that these party mongers are corrupt leaders of this nation. The facts are daily printed in the newspapers and people realize that the impact of their so called claims would have been seen in the shape and form of price reductions, safer streets and peaceful environments. Yet, we see the worst taking place.
Looking at the thousands that flanked the streets, I realized that I might be the only person with this claim. Hundreds and thousands of people gathered to vote and show respect to their leaders. The same people who have no electricity, life and jobs. These idiots are here to show tutelage to their masters. I had to visit the area and ask if this was really true.
Ajmal who is 35 years old convincingly told me that he was given two days meal and told to vote for one party. To him in his meager wages to enjoy a free meal meant that his soul could be purchased. Tajamal was promised that his children would get free education. Another candidate got a promise that he will be allocated a bike for his pizza delivery.
Has the world ever wondered as to why only the poor love these idiots? I guess the real reason is that the poor are so financially derailed that their souls and votes can be easily manipulated. Remember the days of elections when Monis Elahi sent out checks to win out votes. Imagine the type of money involved.
My pen will not stop writing. This pen is the hallmark of a generation that will not be silent. It will write and write and keep on promoting peace and communicating the wrong in society. But until the poor realize that these men are thieves and could have built this country up, they would stop believing in their dreams.
I pray that one day people do realize that we need to stop voting for these idiots. Imagine a world where elections take place and no one comes out and votes for PPP or even PML. Imagine a world where our voices become one and tell the world that we can no longer stand and vote for idiots.
We have come too far into this abyss. I have interviewed more than 20 people from both parties and no one showed love for the game. Infact, many abused the politicians. Yet, these same idiots come to vote. The irony is in the poverty and stupidity.


Muslims Disunity cause of Muslim Collapse

Thursday, March 4, 2010

By Paul Craig Roberts

Muslims are numerous but powerless. Divisions among Muslims, especially between Sunni and Shi’ites, have consigned the Muslim Middle East to almost a century of Western control. Muslims cannot even play together. The Islamic Solidarity Games, a regional version of the Olympics, which were to be held in April in Iran, have been cancelled, because the Iranians and the Arabs cannot agree on whether to call the body of water that separates Iran from the Arabian Peninsula the Persian Gulf or the Arabian Gulf.

Muslim disunity has made it possible for Israel to dispossess the Palestinians, for the U.S. to invade Iraq, and for the U.S. to rule much of the region through puppets. For example, in exchange for faithful service, Egypt receives $1.5 billion a year from Washington, which enables President Mubarak to buy off opposition. The opposition had rather have the money than support the Palestinians. Therefore, Egypt cooperates with Israel and the U.S. in the blockade of Gaza.

Another factor is the willingness of some Muslims to betray their own kind for U.S. dollars. Don’t take my word for it. Listen to neoconservative Kenneth Timmerman, head of the Foundation for Democracy, which describes itself as “a private, non-profit organization established in 1995 with grants from the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) to promote democracy and internationally-recognized standards of human rights in Iran.”

By now we all know what that means. It means that the U.S. finances a “velvet” or some “color revolution” in order to install a U.S. puppet. Just prior to the sudden appearance of a “green revolution” in Tehran primed to protest an election, Timmerman wrote that “the National Endowment for Democracy has spent millions of dollars during the past decade promoting ‘color’ revolutions in places such as Ukraine and Serbia, training political workers in modern communications and organizational techniques. Some of that money appears to have made it into the hands of pro-Mousavi groups, who have ties to non-governmental organizations outside Iran that the National Endowment for Democracy funds.” So, according to the neocon Timmerman, funded by the National Endowment for Democracy, it was U.S. money that funded Mousavi’s claims that Armadinejad stole the last Iranian election.

During President George W. Bush’s regime it became public knowledge that American money is used to purchase Iranians to work against their own country. The Washington Post, a newspaper sympathetic to the neocon’s goal of American hegemony and war with Iran, reported in 2007 that Bush authorized spending more than $400 million for activities that included “supporting rebel groups opposed to the country’s ruling clerics.”

This makes the U.S. government a “state sponsor of terrorism.” For confirmation, one of the U.S. paid operatives, who conducted terror operations in Iran, has ratted on his terrorist supporters in Washington. Abdulmalek Rigi, leader of the Baloch separatist group responsible for several attacks, was recently arrested by the Iranians. Rigi admitted that the Americans in Washington assured him of unlimited military aid and funding for waging an insurgency against the Islamic Republic of Iran. (Read his confession here: )

Possibly he was tortured into confession. It is the American way. If the “light of the world,” the “indispensable people,” and the “shining city on the hill” tortures people, perhaps the Iranians do as well. Rigi’s younger brother, himself on death row in Iran, has said that the U.S. provided direct funding to the separatist group and even ordered specific terrorist attacks inside Iran (see Antiwar.com, Feb. 23, 2010 and also and here ).

The U.S. and its NATO puppets have been killing Afghan women, children, and village elders since October 7, 2001, when the U.S. military invasion “Operation Enduring Freedom,” a proper Orwellian title for a self-serving war of aggression, was launched. The U.S. installed puppet president of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, is bought and paid for with U.S. dollars.

The money that Washington gives Karzai finances the corruption that supports him. Karzai’s corruption and his treason against the Afghan people encourage the Taliban to keep fighting in order to achieve a government that serves Afghans instead of Washington, D.C.

Without the puppet Karzai selling out Afghans to Washington, the U.S. would have already been driven out of the country. With Karzai paying Afghans with American money to fight Afghans for the Americans, the war drones on into its ninth year.

Feminists, liberals, and naive American flag-wavers will say that what is written here is utter rot, that Americans are in Afghanistan to bring women’s rights and birth control to Afghan women and to bring freedom, democracy and progress to Afghanistan, even if it means leveling every village, town, and house in the country. We, “the indispensable people,” are only there to do good, because we care so much for the Afghan people who live in a country that most Americans can’t find on a map.

While this collection of naifs rants on about America “saving” Afghans from whatever, the White House and the Congress are conspiring against the American people to cut $500 billion dollars out of Medicare in order to give the money to private insurance companies. Jobless benefits are about to run out for millions of Americans, whose jobs have been moved offshore in order to make the rich richer. The U.S. Senate failed on Friday, Feb. 26, to extend jobless benefits. A single Republican Senator, Jim Bunning of Kentucky, was able to block the bill because it would cost a measly $10 billion and “would add to the budget deficit.”

The “fiscally responsible” Bunning supports blank checks for wars of aggression (war crimes under the Nuremberg standard) and payoffs to investment banks for wrecking the retirement plans of most Americans. Bunning sends the bills to the unorganized and unrepresented Americans, whose jobs have been stolen by corporate offshoring of jobs and whose retirements have been stolen by the endless greed of the Wall Street investment banks.

What fool believes that the U.S. government, which is totally indifferent to the fate of its own citizens, cares so much about Afghanistan that it will spend blood and treasure to bring “progress” and “women’s rights” to a country half a world away, while it drives its own citizens into the ground?

At Washington’s behest, the government of Pakistan is conducting war against its own people, killing many and forcing others to flee their homes and lands. The Pakistani government’s war against its own citizens has caused military expenses to soar, putting Pakistan’s budget deep in the red. Deputy US Treasury Secretary Neal Wolin ordered the Pakistani government to raise taxes to pay for the war against its own people. http://news.antiwar.com/2010/02/12/us-treasury-dept-presses-pakistan-to-raise-taxes/ The puppet ruler, Asif Ali Zardari, complied with his American master’s orders. Zardari declared a broad-based value added tax on virtually all goods and most services in Pakistan. Thus, Pakistanis are forced to finance a war against themselves.

The “cakewalk war” in Iraq has lasted 7 years instead of the promised 6 weeks, and the violence is still ongoing with Iraqis killed and maimed nearly every day. The reason Americans are still in Iraq is because the Iraqis hate each other more than they hate the American invader. The vast majority of the violence in “the Iraq war” was committed between Iraqi Sunnis and Iraqi Shi’ites as they cleansed one another from neighborhoods.

The majority Shi’ites regarded the American invasion of Iraq as an opportunity to gain power over the minority Sunnis, who ruled under Saddam Hussein. Therefore, the Shi’ites never engaged the American invading forces. The minority Sunnis (20 percent of the population) gave most of their effort to fighting the Shi’ite majority, but in their spare time a few thousand Sunnis were able to inflict serious losses on the American superpower.

Finally realizing the power of lucre in the Arab world, the Americans put 80,000 Sunnis on the U.S. military payroll and paid them to stop killing Americans.

This is how the U.S. won the war in Iraq. Iraqis sold out their independence for American dollars.

Considering that a few thousand Sunnis were able to prevent superpower America from successfully occupying Baghdad or much of Iraq, had the Shi’ites joined with the Sunnis against the invaders, the U.S. would have been defeated and driven out. This outcome was not possible, because the Shi’ites wanted to settle the score with the Sunnis, who had ruled them under Saddam Hussein.

This is the reason that Iraq today is in ruins, with one million dead, four million displaced or homeless, and the professional class having fled the country. Iraq, under the American puppet Maliki, is an American protectorate.

As long as Muslims hate and fear one another more than they hate their conquerers, they will remain a vanquished people.


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