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  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #30 - November 27, 2010, 01:24 PM

        
    King tut Opens a thread with
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     Men can suffer abuse from women...

    My urdu is not great, but I will try my best.

    My brothers you should know that your Asian wife could be very controlling and abusive, and she can abuse you, for this reason if you live in England there is a helpline/website for males who suffer abuse from the wifem and the link is


    Well this is the right Video to watch that... Boy these Indian women are rascals...  Look at their happy faces ., it seems they are taking that anger from their homes on these poor guys

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaD3kHc1Gh8

    Not sure why................

    Do not let silence become your legacy  
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #31 - November 27, 2010, 01:43 PM

    I hate paki talk.


    No such thing as "paki talk" a proper urdu speaking pakistani sounds the same as an indian! The only thing close to "paki talk" is what I speak which is what most british pakis speak--a deformed version of urdu with english words added on.
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #32 - November 28, 2010, 10:55 AM

       
    King tut Opens a thread with
    Well this is the right Video to watch that... Boy these Indian women are rascals...  Look at their happy faces ., it seems they are taking that anger from their homes on these poor guys

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaD3kHc1Gh8

    Not sure why................


    I'm getting on that fucking train, that is so hottttt! things like that turn me on.
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #33 - November 28, 2010, 10:59 AM

     Cheesy @ Those guys getting slapped off the train.

    19:46   <zizo>: hugs could pimp u into sex

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  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #34 - November 28, 2010, 12:26 PM

    I like the way they slap..  I want to get slapped on the face by hot desi MILF now...

    "Modern man's great illusion has been to convince himself that of all that has gone before he represents the zenith of human accomplishment, but can't summon the mental powers to read anything more demanding than emoticons. Fascinating. "

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  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #35 - November 28, 2010, 05:12 PM

    hot desi MILF

     vomit

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  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #36 - November 28, 2010, 06:16 PM

    I didn't think there was such a thing as a hot desi milf. I thought desi women ballooned in their 30's.  Its a law or something?

    So once again I'm left with the classic Irish man's dilemma, do I eat the potato or do I let it ferment so I can drink it later?
    My political philosophy below
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  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #37 - November 28, 2010, 07:09 PM

    I didn't think there was such a thing as a hot desi milf. I thought desi women ballooned in their 30's.  Its a law or something?


    That nasty universal generalization again! Cheesy Not all of them balloon, but they become more voluptuous!



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  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #38 - November 28, 2010, 07:12 PM

    I didn't think there was such a thing as a hot desi milf. I thought desi women ballooned in their 30's.  Its a law or something?


    Well you have a point but she doesn't have to be gorgeous..  I'm not particularly fussy, no man is in the Med.

    "Modern man's great illusion has been to convince himself that of all that has gone before he represents the zenith of human accomplishment, but can't summon the mental powers to read anything more demanding than emoticons. Fascinating. "

    One very horny Turk I met on the net.
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #39 - November 29, 2010, 02:13 AM

    Talking about women abusing Men., I want this guy



    should be abused by a woman.
    He says Zardari greatest obstacle to Pak progress report
    http://www.thenews.com.pk/latest-news/5791.htm

    Quote
    NEW YORK: Saudi King Abdullah called President Asif Ali Zardari the greatest obstacle to Pakistan’s progress, according to an online report of New York Times that quoted Wikileaks as saying.

    The report further quoted King Abdullah as saying: “When the head is rotten, it affects the whole body.”

    The cables released by Wikileaks, the whistle-blower, disclose that aging monarch of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah, as speaking scathingly about the leaders of Iraq and Pakistan.

    Speaking to another Iraqi official about Nuri Kamal al-Maliki, the Iraqi prime minister, King Abdullah said, “You and Iraq are in my heart, but that man is not.” The king called President Asif Ali Zardari of Pakistan the greatest obstacle to that country’s progress. “When the head is rotten,” he said, “it affects the whole body.”

    What is he plotting for another Army take over in Land of Pure??

    I  want that Saudi king should be beaten by woman and replaced by woman.. I want him out of his kingdom   after that we will deal with Zardari by now, My man the King would have run away from Saudi Arabia Without Americans..  How old is this guy?? 80??

    Do not let silence become your legacy  
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #40 - November 29, 2010, 01:42 PM

    I was told by someone that the pak special forces (SSG) are used as personal bodyguards by the saud family, that shows how much pakistan bumlicks the saudis then again they have to without them there would be no nukes  parrot
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #41 - November 29, 2010, 01:48 PM

    I was told by someone that the pak special forces (SSG) are used as personal bodyguards by the saud family, that shows how much pakistan bumlicks the saudis then again they have to without them there would be no nukes  parrot

    That is indeed true.  But now they have a problem, they don't know one of those osama followers slip in to  that security forces..

    When that Grand Mosque Seizure happened on November 20, 1979,  by an armed attack and takeover by armed Islamist dissidents of the Al-Masjid al-Haram in Mecca, . The insurgents declared that the Mahdi, or redeemer of Islam, had arrived in the form of one of the insurgents' leaders, Abdullah Hamid Mohammed Al-Qahtani and called on Muslims to obey him.  In fact it was Pakistani forces along with the help of Americans  took back that Mosque..

    Do not let silence become your legacy  
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #42 - November 29, 2010, 01:54 PM

    Well its like that with almost every army in the muslim world but yeah esp. with the pak army as they do have links to some 'dodgy' groups.

    Actually the americans didn't know what was going on  Smiley read the book "The Siege of Mecca The forgotten Uprising in Islam's Holiest Shrine"
    ^
    ^
    This event should have been a warning to the west and the saudis of what islamists can do but noooooooo they had to use islamism as a way of defeating secular nationalist socialist/commies! They all deserve what they're getting today. I couldn't give a fuck what happens to america in afghanistan or the saudi family. Fuck em  whistling2
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #43 - November 29, 2010, 02:04 PM

    While generally I agree with what you're saying, most of the military personnel in Afghanistan today weren't even alive when we started arming the mujahadeen there, and many are unaware of the history. A lot of people joined after 9/11 because we had been attacked but were completely ignorant of the history of US interference in the Muslim world. It's hard for me to harbor ill-will against such people, unless they prove themselves to be bigots or callous war criminals, and I sympathize with my country's soldiers serving in combat, even if I think the mission unjust.

    As the old saying goes, soldiers don't start wars, politicians do. Or-- it's a rich man's war and a poor man's fight. I think there's a lot of truth in both those old sayings.

    fuck you
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #44 - November 29, 2010, 02:50 PM

    I find it difficult to find any sympathy for that corrupt scum Karzai..

    "Modern man's great illusion has been to convince himself that of all that has gone before he represents the zenith of human accomplishment, but can't summon the mental powers to read anything more demanding than emoticons. Fascinating. "

    One very horny Turk I met on the net.
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #45 - November 29, 2010, 02:54 PM


    Didn't the Pakistani army have some links to a massacre of Palestinians in the tens of thousands by the King of Jordan some time in the 1970's?

    Don't forget the role they played in Bangladesh in what amounted to a genocide of the people there.




    "we can smell traitors and country haters"


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    Love is Blind. Stevie Wonder is blind. Therefore, Stevie Wonder is God.

  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #46 - November 29, 2010, 03:00 PM

    Idk about the jordan palestinian thing but yeah what the pak army did in bangladesh was disgusting the rape of thousands of women, mass murder etc. so much for being pure  Roll Eyes
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #47 - November 29, 2010, 03:04 PM

    So much for being muslims.
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #48 - November 29, 2010, 03:06 PM

    So much for being muslims.

    And whats un-Islamic about plundering a land & raping its citizens  whistling2

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  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #49 - November 29, 2010, 03:07 PM

    And whats un-Islamic about plundering a land & raping its citizens  whistling2


    Don't think you're supposed to do it to other Muslims at a minimum Wink

    fuck you
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #50 - November 29, 2010, 03:14 PM

    The urdu speaking (arabic letters are used) pakistanis probably saw the bengali's (who use like india/hindu letters) as being inferior. You do get a lot of pakistani nationalist/racist bigots like that calling others "napak"  Roll Eyes
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #51 - November 29, 2010, 03:16 PM

    Idk about the jordan palestinian thing but yeah what the pak army did in bangladesh was disgusting the rape of thousands of women, mass murder etc. so much for being pure  Roll Eyes


    It is known as the Black September month.  The Palestinian factions attempted to overthrow the Hashemite dynasty which came down on them like a ton of bricks.  One of the main Jordanian divisions was commanded by none other than Zia ul Haqq of Pakistan.  Some 20,000 Palestinians were killed that month

    "Modern man's great illusion has been to convince himself that of all that has gone before he represents the zenith of human accomplishment, but can't summon the mental powers to read anything more demanding than emoticons. Fascinating. "

    One very horny Turk I met on the net.
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #52 - November 29, 2010, 03:32 PM

    The PLO did not attempt to overthrow the Hashemites, rather there was a period of (to use Leninist terminology) dual power, with the PLO operating as a state within a state, and the PLO basically just refused to acknowledge the authority of the Jordanian authorities, which caused problems due not only to guerrilla and terrorist activity of the PLO against Israel, but because many of the Palestinian factions started acting more like gangsters than guerrillas-- extorting and kidnapping Jordanian citizens for money, stealing shit, dealing drugs and other contraband, etc.

    So while the PLO was thumbing its nose at the authority of the Hashemites, it wasn't trying to overthrow them (though certain left-wing factions were talking about doing so)-- indeed if the PLO had acted first, the result may have been different. Such is often the case when it comes to a dual power situation-- the power which is most united and decisively acts against the other party first is often the victor.

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  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #53 - November 29, 2010, 03:36 PM

     One of the main Jordanian divisions was commanded by none other than Zia ul Haqq of Pakistan.  Some 20,000 Palestinians were killed that month


    The same Zia ul Haq who imposed the most harsh of Islamic laws on Pakistan and preached about the Ummah and Islam and Jihad.


    "we can smell traitors and country haters"


    God is Love.
    Love is Blind. Stevie Wonder is blind. Therefore, Stevie Wonder is God.

  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #54 - November 29, 2010, 03:46 PM

    The PLO did not attempt to overthrow the Hashemites, rather there was a period of (to use Leninist terminology) dual power, with the PLO operating as a state within a state, and the PLO basically just refused to acknowledge the authority of the Jordanian authorities, which caused problems due not only to guerrilla and terrorist activity of the PLO against Israel, but because many of the Palestinian factions started acting more like gangsters than guerrillas-- extorting and kidnapping Jordanian citizens for money, stealing shit, dealing drugs and other contraband, etc.

    So while the PLO was thumbing its nose at the authority of the Hashemites, it wasn't trying to overthrow them (though certain left-wing factions were talking about doing so)-- indeed if the PLO had acted first, the result may have been different. Such is often the case when it comes to a dual power situation-- the power which is most united and decisively acts against the other party first is often the victor.


    Yes you are right it was more a state within a state a la Hezballah.  Still, the King might have as well been overthrown, the W.B. was seen as part of Palestinian territory and the Palestinians themselves had become a majority in Jordan.  They still are.  The PLO could have never acted first, it was inevitable.  Their organisation was poor and other Arab regimes were not going to lose the opportunity to meddle and use the Palestinians for their own agendas.

    "Modern man's great illusion has been to convince himself that of all that has gone before he represents the zenith of human accomplishment, but can't summon the mental powers to read anything more demanding than emoticons. Fascinating. "

    One very horny Turk I met on the net.
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #55 - November 29, 2010, 03:47 PM

    The same Zia ul Haq who imposed the most harsh of Islamic laws on Pakistan and preached about the Ummah and Islam and Jihad.




    It could be said that the conservative elements never liked Fatah..

    "Modern man's great illusion has been to convince himself that of all that has gone before he represents the zenith of human accomplishment, but can't summon the mental powers to read anything more demanding than emoticons. Fascinating. "

    One very horny Turk I met on the net.
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #56 - November 29, 2010, 03:54 PM

    Yes you are right it was more a state within a state a la Hezballah.  Still, the King might have as well been overthrown, the W.B. was seen as part of Palestinian territory and the Palestinians themselves had become a majority in Jordan.  They still are. 


    Black September was in 1970. Israel already had control of the WB

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    The PLO could have never acted first, it was inevitable.  Their organisation was poor and other Arab regimes were not going to lose the opportunity to meddle and use the Palestinians for their own agendas.


    True, but if Fatah itself was better internally organized they could have reigned in the factionalism within the PLO and made a move on Amman. The poor organization of Fatah has always been as big of an issue for the PLO and the PA as factionalism within the Palestinian resistance in general.

    Also, unfortunately the KGB did not have very good infiltration of the PLO, mostly having to go through third-parties like Egypt or Syria. Otherwise it's likely KGB advisers would have reorganized Fatah and had them more strongly assert their leadership of the PLO, and mop up any problematic factions.

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  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #57 - November 29, 2010, 04:05 PM

    It could be said that the conservative elements never liked Fatah..


    I don't really understand the ins and outs of that issue to be honest, I just remember reading in an article somewhere about Pakistani involvement in the massacre and it stuck in my head.

    "we can smell traitors and country haters"


    God is Love.
    Love is Blind. Stevie Wonder is blind. Therefore, Stevie Wonder is God.

  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #58 - November 29, 2010, 04:17 PM

    Black September was in 1970. Israel already had control of the WB


    I had better revise..  It's been a while since I took up a post 1945 history book..


    True, but if Fatah itself was better internally organized they could have reigned in the factionalism within the PLO and made a move on Amman. The poor organization of Fatah has always been as big of an issue for the PLO and the PA as factionalism within the Palestinian resistance in general.

    Also, unfortunately the KGB did not have very good infiltration of the PLO, mostly having to go through third-parties like Egypt or Syria. Otherwise it's likely KGB advisers would have reorganized Fatah and had them more strongly assert their leadership of the PLO, and mop up any problematic factions.


    How was the KGB supposed to do anything when the politics were dominated by authoritarian, self serving and very suspicious leaders such as the likes of Arafat?  The inter feuding would have made organisation impossible.  Soviet training was also not up to it and there were quite a lot of complaints about the recruits.  The Arabs were just as weary of the USSR as they were of the US and each other.  Besides the USSR were far more interested in their issues rather than finding a solution.

    "Modern man's great illusion has been to convince himself that of all that has gone before he represents the zenith of human accomplishment, but can't summon the mental powers to read anything more demanding than emoticons. Fascinating. "

    One very horny Turk I met on the net.
  • Re: Men can suffer abuse from women...
     Reply #59 - November 29, 2010, 05:02 PM

    How was the KGB supposed to do anything when the politics were dominated by authoritarian, self serving and very suspicious leaders such as the likes of Arafat?  


    The way they did everything else-- diplomatic and economic pressure, carrots and sticks, assassinations and misinformation.  Wink The KGB was quite good at these things and knew well how to manipulate leaders and organizations once they had their hooks in deep enough. They were the premier intelligence service of their time.

    When the PDPA was having factional feuds (and was also "dominated by authortiarian, self-serving and very suspicious leaders"), the KGB solved that through a swift, bloody purge of the most problematic people within the PDPA and then leaned on the factions through diplomatic, military and economic pressure to re-merge. That the PDPA was eventually overthrown does not change the fact that the KGB was able to severely reduce factionalism and disorganization within the PDPA.

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    The inter feuding would have made organisation impossible.


    See above. Difficult, but not impossible. In the example above the KGB had to forcibly merge the two warring factions of the PDPA on two separate occasions, but when they did the organizational consolidation reaped immediate rewards (the first time directly resulting in the PDPA's seizure of state power).  

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    Soviet training was also not up to it


    Sure they were.

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    and there were quite a lot of complaints about the recruits.

     

    Yeah, but with good organization, weaponry, training and a well-developed logistical base, those problems can be overcome.

    Quote
    The Arabs were just as weary of the USSR as they were of the US and each other.  


    I presume you meant "wary", well this varied from country to country, leader to leader-- certainly Nasser developed a very close relationship with the Soviets despite being one of the leaders of the NAM. In any event, wary or not, if Arafat (or any other Palestinian leader) were offered the KGB's assistance in consolidating their power, it's likely they would have taken it. But that shit doesn't happen overnight-- it's not like the KGB drops in out of the blue and says "Hey, we can help you"-- it requires very careful cultivation of contacts and assets within an organization, but the KGB never developed that level of infiltration of the PLO.

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    Besides the USSR were far more interested in their issues rather than finding a solution.


    Well, sure, but if they could have Palestine as a reliable client state, and knocked out the West's main military outpost in the region (Israel), you don't think they would have taken the opportunity? History suggests they would have.

    There's a reason it didn't happen (well several reasons), so ultimately you are correct about the obstacles, mistrust, and factionalism/infighting in that region being too great to overcome as it happened, but what I'm suggesting could have happened isn't that far out there either. If I had a time machine and the trust of Soviet intelligence, knowing what we know now, I'm sure I could have done a better job of it at least. Wink

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