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Sunday, February 24, 2013

[] Statement by the Asian Human Rights Commission*

"undhay ko undheray maiN bohoT Dooor ki soojhee"
(Translation: Blind thought of very far despite darkness of knowledge of his Blindness)
Here below we have a retired Brigadier still on ISI Pay Roll telling us, why Non Punjabi Speaking people illegally added on in to Punjab to benefit from Quota System and deny their Rights should remain included in Punjab for security of Pakistan. It has been that either 'Islam in danger' or 'Pakistan in danger' to justify every Military Operation and injustice in Pakistan by almost all Punjabi Pak Military running Pakistan directly for 35 years and indirectly for 25 years out of 65 years of life of Pakistan.

Giving people their Rights has always been a huge problem and the Military Commanders had not cared even if more than half of Pakistanis would remain Pakistanis or not, it had to start killing them in East Pakistan in 1971. Its not, what's good for Pakistanis and Pakistan. Its what's good for Punjabis, who claim to be a Marshal Race with all rights to occupy and rule Pakistan.
Whenever any Ethnic Group of Pakistan rises demanding its rights, its Satanic India or USA causing it, not their prejudice and injustice because they are Allah's anointed innocent Angels. All the Ethnic Groups except for their own, the Punjabi Group have been accused of being Enemies of Pakistan, when they were the biggest Enemies of Muslim League and Pakistan Movement themselves before Partition. Now they are the only patriotic people of Pakistan all others are Enemies of Pakistan trying to disintegrate Pakistan, right?
We can see, how disintegrated is USA with 50 States, India with dozens of States being born after British had left. Neither USA nor India exist anymore because they created too many Provinces, right?
Don't we know, how poor, weak and backwards ...
* ... has Holland. become after letting Belgium become an independent country?
* ... has U.K. become after separation of Ireland?
* ... has USSR become after freeing all its other States?
* ... has become become after birth of Bangladesh?
You see, all the power should remain in hands of our Punjab Run Islamabad for existence of Fort of Islam, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan or it would disintegrate and would become a Somalia because as soon as we Punjabis lose power, there would be no Pakistan to keep occupying and looting for us since basically our Islam rests in that. We are Pakistan, not the rest of low life Pakistanis. So, being in Space of 21st Century, every democratic step Pakistanis want to take to end injustice, its Anti Pakistan since its Anti Punjabi illegal hegemony in Pakistan. Yeah, the Punjabis, the 44% of Population of Pakistan of which 1/10th are the Looters and Killers of Pakistanis, not all.
"Jaag Punjabi jaag; Teri Pug Tay luggaa Daag ...!"
{Translation: Wake up Punjabi, wake up; your Hat (Pagrdi, the Towel you wear on their Heads) has been stained (by Shit)}.
All Non Punjabi Pakis should believe our words just like words of Allah in Qoraan or they would face the Punishment ascribed by Allah in Qoraan. We have killed millions of you and we can kill tens of millions of you, if you don't listen to us since punishment for not believing in what we say is Death in Qoraan ...!
Allaho Akbar ...!
By Usman Khalid, Director Rifah
Institute of Foreign affairs (RIFA)

http://www.rifah. org/site/ division- of-punjab- is-part-of- plan-for- disintegration- of-pakistan/

In an article titled ‘A mutiny Grows in the
Punjab’, Anatol Lieven (author of Pakistan: A Hard Country) wrote the

“The U.S. strategy toward Pakistan has been focused
on trying to get Islamabad to give serious help to Washington’s campaign
against the Afghan Taliban. There are two rather large problems with this
approach. The first is that it is never going to happen because Pakistani
strategic calculations and the feelings of the country’s population make it
impossible…. except in return for U.S. help against Indiaâ€"which Washington also
cannot deliver.

“The second problem is that it gets
America’s real priorities in the region back to front. The war in Afghanistan
is a temporary U.S. interest, in which the chief concern is not the reality of
victory or defeat as such (if only because neither can be clearly defined) but
preserving some appearance of success in order to avoid the damage to American
military prestige that would result from obvious failure. By contrast,
preserving the Pakistani state and containing the terrorist threat to the West
from Pakistan is a permanent vital interest not only of the U.S. military and
political establishments but of every American citizen.

“While the prospects for any real success
in Afghanistan look gloomy, but if saving Pakistan is the real priority, then
things do not look so desperate. This is because while getting large numbers of
Pakistanis to help America is virtually impossible, getting enough Pakistanis
to preserve their existing state is much easier. To a great extent, this is for
negative reasons: the elites and indeed the masses have an acute sense of the
horror from the country’s collapse. However, a degree of positive loyalty is also
present in one key institution and in one key province: namely the military and
the Punjab. If Pakistan is to be broken as a state, it will be on the streets
of Lahore and other great Punjabi cities, not in the Pashtun mountains.�

Unlike US think tanks and most American
writers, who subjectively project Indo-Zionist interests in the region, Anatol
Lieven is British, and objective. His article was published nearly two years
ago in ‘National Interest’ of March-April 2011, A lot has changed since; Britain
has assumed a central role in resolving the Afghan imbroglio and it is the view
of Anal Lieven that appears to have prevailed. Disintegration of Pakistan is
still on the agenda but it is hoped it will follow rather than precede
heightened Civil War in Afghanistan that is likely to result from NATO/US

Pakistan has been ruled by a four party
coalition for five years â€" Zardari League, MQM, ANP and JUI(F) â€" all of who
have a history of opposition to Pakistan. President Asif Ali Zardari is the head
of the PPP although his spoilt son â€" Bilawal â€" is formally the chairman of the
Party. The father of Asif Zardari â€" Hakim Ali â€" was the President of ANP in
Sindh after he was expelled from the PPP allegedly for trying to blackmail late
Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (ZAB). No one has revealed why was ZAB being
blackmailed but it is well known that he was so angry with Hakim Ali that he
sold all his assets and moved to the UK only to return after the execution of

The relationship Asif Zardari with his wife
Benazir was characterized by the Hollywood film ‘sleeping with the enemy’. But
my point here is not their marital relationship; my point is that Asif Zardari
has strong nerves; he has lived a life with dangerous briefs. For securing US
sponsorship of the NRO, everyone has wondered: “what is the quid pro quo that
the USA wants from Asif Zardari?� It appears that Asif Zardari signed up to
disintegration of Pakistan. He has been tasked to destroy the two institutions
that hold Pakistan together: 1) the armed forces and 2) the Punjab. The Memo
written by Pakistan’s Ambassador Hussain Haqqani at the behest of President
Zardari to the US Government revealed how AZ intended to undermine the command
structure of the armed forces on the pretext of ‘civilian control’. Now he has
launched a scheme for the division of the Punjab only weeks before the
installation of a ‘care-taker administration’. The constitutional amendment
proposed by his press secretary â€" Senator Farhatullah Babar is unlikely to be
passed but it indicates the array of forces being assembled to secure the
nefarious ends.

In not understanding the nature of enemy
schemes and being so inadequate in articulating viable popular opposition the
PML(N) and TIP share equal blame. India has for decades funded opposition to
Kalabagh Dam and promoting Seraiki province. Disintegration of Pakistan has
been at the top of Indian agenda since 1947. There should have been no doubt
left after the invasion and separation of East Pakistan in 1971. But the very same
political parties that are in the ruling coalition today were at the helm in
West Pakistan in 1971. Their leaders readily embraced the Indian propaganda
that East Pakistan separated because of ‘maltreatment’ by the Punjabis. Ever
since, the Punjab has been the favourite whipping boy â€" blamed for every real or imagined
grievance. But the leaders of Punjab have never flinched from making a
sacrifice in any inter-provincial deal â€" the recent finance award as well as
the Water Accord of 19991. But the Indian propaganda continues to be mouthed by
President Zardari and his coalition partners.

Not content with the Punjab giving in to
every demand of cut in its legitimate share, the Zardari Administration is now
embarked on Sheikh Mujib style campaign of subversion supplemented by direct
attacks on the military and the integrity of the Punjab province. The 2008
announcement of cancellation of the Kalabagh Dam, the 18th Amendment to the
Constitution, and now the Freudian Slip, attempt to separate the BJP (Bahawalpur
Janubi Punjab) from the Punjab, are all a part of the same plan. Mian Nawaz
Sharif does not appear to understand how diabolical the scheme is. His party
came up with a proposal to carve out three provinces instead of two. PML(N) get
no votes â€" just ridicule and disgust. The people and politicians of Sindh have
been wiser in understanding that the real reason for the new Local Bodies
Ordinance is to give Indian protégés â€" the MQM â€" perpetual control over not
just Karachi but all the urban centres of Sindh. Are the Punjabis so dim that
they cannot understand the real intent behind the proposed division of the

In Pakistan, land has always belonged to the
provinces but river water is owned by the federation. This is a sensible
division that has stood the test of time. Large reservoirs of water in dams
have been built and operated by the federal government but the barrages and the
canals have been owned and operated by the provincial governments. Kalabagh Dam
is an exception because it is a dam as well as a barrage. Its right bank canal
would irrigate DIK area of South KPK, and the left Bank canal would irrigate
the area between Rivers Indus and Jhelum. The reservoir would serve the
interest of South Punjab and Sindh Province as Sindh gets 37% of the water of
any reservoir built on River Indus. Tarbela Dam, built in the KPK has increased
supply of irrigation water at Sukhar as well Kotri barrages. Kalabagh Dam would
be even more beneficial to Sindh because it would conserve huge amount of extra
water from all the tributaries of River Indus downstream of Tarbela and hill
torrents that have caused death and destruction in South Punjab.

Kalabagh Dam is so detested by India because
it would link all the provinces of Pakistan into a nationwide irrigation
system. Farhatullah Babar included the Districts of Mianwali and Bhakkar in BJP
in his proposal. The people of the two districts understood his intent and
protested. They understood that it would imply that the only dam in the Punjab
â€" the Kalabagh Dam â€" would be located outside the province. Farhatullah Babar
proposal undermines the link canals and the entire irrigation system of the
Punjab but the real reason is more sinister. The BJP locked into disputes with
Punjab in perpetuity would be sight for sore hostile eyes. The fiendish scheme
has escaped the attention of Imran Khan and Nawaz Sharif but that may not be
ignored by the farmers and irrigation experts. However, India and its protégés
in Pakistan have good reasons for hope; if the benefits of Kalabagh Dam to
Sindh can be sold as damaging because the Dam would also benefit the Punjab,
why the damage to Multan and Bahawalpur be sold as beneficial merely because
the rest of the Punjab disapproves of the division of the Punjab.

The reason why the Indo-Zionist lobby wants
the division of the Punjab is the one given by Anatol Lieven: “If Pakistan is
to be broken as a state, it will be on the streets of Lahore and other great
Punjabi cities, not in the Pashtun mountains.� East Pakistan was the largest
province of Pakistan until 1971 but its people were not able to see the
benefits in the union. It split from Pakistan and is forever reduced to the
status of a vassal state of India. The Punjabis are 60% of the Pakistani nation
now. As noted by Anatol Lieven, they see the vital need for maintaining the
union and the Army is willing and able to defend every part of Pakistan. The
only way Pakistan may not succeed in maintaining the integrity of the
federation is that the political process brings a Boris Yeltsin to power and
the armed forces are too discredited or demonised to resists threats to
national integrity. Pakistan has had a Boris Yeltsin in the shape of Asif
Zardari in power for five years but the military has maintained national
cohesion despite him. But that would not last forever. Our enemies hope that
Mian Nawaz Sharif would play the role of blunderbuss Boris even better.
Pakistan is not out of the woods yet. ++


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