There is only one way out


All analysist, newsmen, or any of the speaker are unable to give a proper reply that how these problems of Pakistan can be solved, how to control the suicide bombers, how to get rid of Karachi target killings, how to overcome

The Shia Sunni conflict.

Every one only speaks Bla Bla Bla

One Champion newsmen is advising first to deweaponise the karachi City. In 1992 the Goverment of Nawaz Sharif and The than Army Chief General Asif Nawaz started vigouresly to deweaponise Karachi City, some what they were successful because the innocent masses have no information of the nefarious motives of Asif Nawaz and Nawaz Sharif. After deweaponising Innocent people of karachi they have launched a massive ethnic clensing of Urdu speaking peoples or Mohajirs fifteen thousand mohajirs as per MQM and as per UNO 17136 proples were onslaughtered and massacared in the name of Islam and Pakistan.

In Punjab secretariat, 80% officials are coming from Lahore and Gujrat.In sindh secretariat, 90% coming from Ranipur and Khairpur. In pakhtoonkhwah, 90% coming from Peshawar and Charsaddah. In Baluchistan secretariat is filled by a couple of tribes.

In Punjab all resources 48% are consumed in North Punjab, In Sindh 96% of resources are spent in rural Sindh In Pakhtunkhawa, and Baluchistan excluding the era of 2001 to 2008 all the way the situation is same.

Due to sale and purchase of Government Jobs which is 100% true . 24% Government Jobs are purchased and controlled by Qadianies ( source Tahreek e Khatam e Nabuat) 36% Jobs purchase and controlled by Shiites ( source Sipah e Sahaba)

If any Ruler, any Feudal Lord, or any vultures like politicians

Think with these insane mentality

of 1860 subject rule system will prevail then He is misleading himself as well as a to the peoples of Pakistan

The problem of Pakistan can only be solved by the system adopted by India 53 Provinces population 1100 millions Turkey 81 provinces 75 Millions and Algeria 30 provinces 35 Million pakistan has a population of 190 Million so the provinces must be 125 provinces

As adopted by General Musharraf but to the ill fate of Pakistan he has not demolished these idols like eliphanti provinces.

After these provinces can run their business as per 18th Amendments. Besides there is a no way out.

 

Pakistan’s unbeautiful minds and the Abbottabad Commission’s leaked report.


 

More than two years after U.S. Navy SEALs shot and killed Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden in the Pakistani garrison city of Abbottabad, an extensive report commissioned by the previous Pakistani government—and leaked by the Al Jazeera news network—on the daring raid leaves some old, uncomfortable questions unanswered.

Made public by Al Jazeera on July 9, the 337-page report was prepared by a four-member panel led by a Supreme Court justice, Javed Iqbal. This Abbottabad Commission holds state institutions responsible for the clandestine stay in Pakistan of the world’s most dangerous terrorist. The report doesn’t name any one institution, but uses instead blanket expressions indicting everyone responsible for national security.

This is routine. When the subject of inquiry is the Army or its intelligence agencies, inquiry commissions don’t name names and pretend to be mystified by the subject. The judicial probe into the May 2011 disappearance and killing of Asia Times online journalist Saleem Shahzad took six months instead of the mandated six weeks to say it didn’t know who killed him. Shahzad had reported on Karachi’s Mehran naval base attack the same month which killed 10. He said it was triggered by the Pakistan Navy not releasing a group of officers it had arrested on suspicion of being Al Qaeda members. Shortly after the article’s publication, Shahzad was picked up in Islamabad. His pummeled body was found in a watercourse days later.

The Abbottabad Commission report says no proof was found of anyone’s complicity in bin Laden’s nine-year stay in Pakistan; the intelligence agencies responsible for knowing his whereabouts also remained clueless. Yet it does not completely rule out complicity while asserting that the Commission found no proof of it. “This failure included negligence and incompetence and at some undetermined level a grave complicity may or may not have been involved,” states the report. Clearly, even this innuendo must have required some courage.

What the Commission wants to say is simply this: We did not find any evidence of anyone being complicit in bin Laden’s successful efforts to find safe hiding places; but “grave complicity” may or may not have taken place. It didn’t use “may” alone, and added “may not” probably to achieve consensus on whether the Commission should clearly indicate the possibility of complicity. To insist on such a possibility without clearly saying so, the report states: “[It is] a story of complacency, ignorance, negligence, incompetence, irresponsibility and possibly worse at various levels inside and outside the government.” The words “possibly worse” point to something that the five adjectives used earlier did not convey.

The reluctance of the report to speak of complicity unambiguously may point to a consensus within the Commission to stay circumscribed in its pursuit of truth so as not to tilt the country into a fresh bout of instability—and the state into a new crisis of accountability. There may have been a consensus on not pursuing certain lines of inquiry that would have required going the whole hog on possible new leads. One such lead lay in the suspicious proximity of the “Mansehra terrorist training camp” to bin Laden’s final residence.

Ghost at the Banquet

It is intriguing that the Mansehra camp was not referred to in connection with bin Laden. The report carries the following itinerary of bin Laden’s movements: he was in Pakistan for nine years, out of which he spent five or six in Abbottabad, starting 2006 first. Reports about the location of a terrorist camp in Mansehra started floating since 2001, when a group of terrorists attacked the Indian Parliament and almost triggered a sub-nuclear war between India and Pakistan. Bin Laden was in Bajaur first and probably escaped an Air Force attack because of “prior information.” He was then in Peshawar and Karachi, before going to Swat, from where he is supposed to have gone to Haripur before finally settling in Abbottabad.

The Commission should have looked into the flurry of reports about Mansehra, simply because it was a mere 20 kilometers from where bin Laden had decided to live.Daily Times’ Washington correspondent Khalid Hasan filed a report on Aug. 22, 2005, which identified one Sher Ali of North Waziristan who was sent to Mansehra by warlord Jalaluddin Haqqani for “a 20-day weapons training course at a secret mountain camp.” Ali was later captured in Afghanistan. Bin Laden had run training camps for Pakistani nonstate actors during the war against the Soviet Union; he could be funding the Mansehra camp for the same nonstate actors in 2006.

An early domestic testimony about Mansehra has come from Adnan Rasheed, the former Air Force officer turned terrorist, who was sprung from a jail in Bannu last year after a Taliban raid that was hardly resisted by the prison guards. The Taliban declared after the jailbreak that they had spent “over [Rs. 20 million] on the operation.” The money almost certainly went to those who transferred a dangerous terrorist from the military stronghold of Rawalpindi to Bannu, a semi-tribal area where the Taliban virtually rule in a doubtful diarchy with the local administration. After this clear case of “complicity,” Rasheed talked to an English-language Taliban journal, this March, and revealed how he had landed at Mansehra after joining the jihad:

“Brother X urged me to join the Taliban Air Force that needed skilled men. He kept on giving me [invitation to Islam] and kept on calling me to the path of Allah and His Prophet. Then I and Brother X left the [PAF] squadron. Brother X had some terms with Maulana Masood Azhar, so he took me to the Jaish-e-Muhammad office and then to the Mansehra training camp. He introduced me to them and then went back to his duty in Peshawar. I stayed in their camp for 23 days waiting to go along with some other brothers to Afghanistan; meanwhile, I was interviewed by many commanders; finally, they said that they had made my [delegation] back to my [PAF] Air Force squadron. They told me that I should work there and give the [invitation] of jihad.”

Maulana Masood Azhar is a wanted terrorist about whom Pakistan’s official position is that he is probably not in Pakistan. He belongs to the deniable list of internationally wanted people that once included bin Laden and now includes Mullah Omar. Blogging for the Washington-based think tank Brookings Institution, Bruce Riedel wrote on July 3: “Mullah Omar, who most believe lives under ISI protection in Quetta … He has not been seen in public in years. On rare occasions, a message is issued in his name but he never appears in front of his followers. For all the world knows, the self-styled Commander of the Faithful may be dead, mad or incapacitated.”

Karachi is supposed to be under siege from a number of Taliban terrorist groups, all of them affiliated with Al Qaeda. If the Mansehra camp belongs to Jaish it establishes a link, first between Jaish and Al Qaeda, and then between the operators of jihad within the deep state and Al Qaeda under “Sheikh Osama.” Late last year, a target-killer caught in Karachi revealed that he was working for the Taliban on a monthly salary of Rs. 15,000 and had trained at the Mansehra camp 10 months earlier. Sitting atop a loose terrorist hierarchy in Pakistan, Al Qaeda is ceremonially accepted as patron mainly because of its ability to fund camps. In the good old days of America-backed Afghan jihad against the Soviet Union, Pakistan’s ISI commandos, like Colonel Imam, were training fighters in camps financed by Al Qaeda.

If the Abbottabad Commission report has ignored Mansehra, foreign journalists have not. Right after the killing of bin Laden, the Associated Press news agency filed the following story on May 23, 2011, from Ughi in district Mansehra: “Three men who identified themselves as mujahideen told the AP that the training complex is one of at least three in the region that between them house hundreds of recruits. The mission, the three say, is aimed at taking recruits to Kashmir to fight Pakistan’s archenemy, India. But Kashmiri veterans have been known to join forces with Al Qaeda and other terror groups, including those fighting the U.S. and its allies in Afghanistan and elsewhere.” The last sentence of the report is typical: “When contacted by the AP last week, the Army denied there are any training camps or any facilities hidden away in the Mansehra area. ‘The allegations are baseless,’ said spokesman Maj. Gen. Athar Abbas.”

Why did bin Laden opt for Abbottabad, which is home to the prestigious Pakistan Military Academy training newly recruited officers and therefore unsafe for him? The reason perhaps was that he had to be closer to the training camp run by a Punjab-based terrorist group he was fond of; and he could be sure that another terrorist group similarly intimate with him dominated Abbottabad and its environs. The two groups, one run by Maulana Masood Azhar and the other run by Maulana Fazlur Rehman Khaleel, were once united under the name, Harkatul Mujahideen. Warriors belonging to these groups had accompanied bin Laden to Sudan when he fled the onset of civil war among the Pakistan-backed Afghan mujahideen after the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan.

On June 22, 2011, The New York Times reported: “Harkat has especially deep roots in the area around Abbottabad, and the network provided by the group would have enhanced bin Laden’s ability to live and function in Pakistan, analysts familiar with the group said. Its leaders have strong ties with both Al Qaeda and Pakistani intelligence, and they can roam widely because they are Pakistanis, something the foreigners who make up Al Qaeda’s ranks can’t do. Even today, the group’s leader, Maulana Fazlur Rehman Khaleel, long one of bin Laden’s closest Pakistani associates, lives unbothered by Pakistani authorities on the outskirts of Islamabad.”

Khaleel reportedly also handled bin Laden’s correspondence. It is difficult to imagine him acting as the arch-terrorist’s post office while presumably living under close intelligence surveillance. The Americans also traced cellphone calls made by Harkat operatives in Abbottabad to ISI officers. But what about the other favorite of bin Laden, the “whereabouts-unknown” Maulana Masood Azhar?

Rise Jaish

Jaish-e-Muhammad was created by Maulana Masood Azhar after falling out with Khaleel in 2001. The split was formalized by Mufti Shamzai of Banuri seminary who had facilitated the first meeting between Mullah Omar and bin Laden in Karachi in the early years of the Afghan jihad. This was the same Shamzai who, while accompanying a post-9/11 delegation led by then ISI chief Lt. Gen. Mahmud Ahmed, ended up persuading Mullah Omar to go on fighting the Americans instead of causing Al Qaeda to leave Afghanistan. (An Afghan witness has avowed that it was the general who so hated the Americans—like other ISI chiefs from Hamid Gul to Shuja Pasha—that he advised Mullah Omar to take on the Americans.)

Shamzai was killed by a sectarian hit squad in 2004 at the height of attacks on the Shia in which organizations linked to him through instruction and tutelage were involved. Maulana Azhar was his favorite student at the Banuri madrassah, and he was also close to bin Laden much in the same way as the Abdullah Ghazi family running Islamabad’s Lal Masjid: as an R&R muster point for Al Qaeda members and their nonstate actor affiliates.

Azhar was born in 1968 and completed his religious training at Shamzai’s seminary, where he then taught for two years until 1989. Jihad was a family affair. Ibrahim, his brother, went to Afghanistan at the age of 19, and later took along their father as well. Rabiya, Azhar and Ibrahim’s sister, worked for the Taliban government in Afghanistan. Ibrahim made many trips to Afghanistan and was part of the team put together for the 1999 hijacking of Indian Airlines Flight 814. The aircraft was forced to land in Afghanistan, where the Taliban released Indian passengers in return for the freedom of Azhar and others from jail in India. (The Indians had nabbed Azhar from Srinagar in 1994.)

Azhar is said to have met bin Laden in Medina in the early ’90s when both were disguised. His mission was to bring his jihadi organization under the aegis of Al Qaeda, which he accomplished in 1993 by placing himself close to warlord Farah Eidid in Somalia while bin Laden was based in neighboring Sudan. The same year Eidid ended up killing 24 Pakistani troops doing U.N. peace duty in Mogadishu. Azhar was a great fundraiser and a man of action, and was liked by both Shamzai and bin Laden. Shamzai placed him in Mansehra to guard his “sectarian belt”—stretching from Mansehra to Besham and Jaglot Kohistan, which also connects with Swat—in addition to doing the job of asymmetric terrorism in India. When his boys attacked the Indian Parliament in 2001, it nearly caused a war between India and Pakistan.

Bin Laden attracted Pakistan because of his ability to get money for terrorist training without asking if the planned terrorism was against America or India. His hatred for America was seemingly shared by many serving Pakistani senior officers in the military at the time. Secular officers hated America for its post-1965 tilt toward India and subsequent non-recognition of Pakistan as a long-term nuclearized ally; Islamist officers interfaced with Al Qaeda and its affiliated nonstate actors at a much deeper level. Nothing demonstrates this pathology more than the contents of the Abbottabad Commission report recording the deposition of the former director-general of Inter-Services Intelligence, Lt. Gen. Shuja Pasha.

Crass Brass

Questioning the role of former president and Army chief Gen. Pervez Musharraf, Pasha said “Musharraf had caved in so promptly and so completely to the U.S. demands that Shamsi airbase was given to them for drone strikes against people in Pakistan. Someone should have told the Americans that enough is enough, but in vain, and both the ‘political and military elite were responsible for this lapse.’” As if in response, the Commission too succumbed to the fallacy of “national sovereignty” and joined the former spy chief in his clearly unbalanced rhetoric without a thought for the loss of state writ over almost 60 percent of Pakistan’s territory to Al Qaeda and its Taliban allies. The Commission probably needed a psychiatrist at hand to interpret Pasha’s statements.

This year a more revealing book by a much-lionized and bemedaled retired general, Shahid Aziz, paraded this pathology more clearly. In his acclaimed Urdu-language autobiography, Yeh Khamoshi Kahan Tak (How long this Silence?), with its telltale subtitle Ek Sipahi ki Dastan-e-Ishq-o-Junoon (The Story of Passion and Madness of a Soldier), he writes: “The bombs that kill innocent Pakistanis in bazaars and mosques are planted by friends of America, and this terrorism is done to persuade Pakistan to embrace America more closely, allow the government to pursue pro-America policies and to alienate Pakistan from the mujahideen. But this trend of support to the killers of Muslims is open rebellion against Allah.”

What should interest any psychiatrist is the following confession Aziz makes about himself: “Why am I full of contradiction? Why can’t I be balanced? Then I console myself with the thought that a pendulum has a balance too; what use is balance that is static and frozen? Real balance is in movement. One should be flying back and forth on a swing.”

The change of mind about such officers among the newly-elected political leadership was revealed when on June 18, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan uttered the following sentence: “We need to purge the Army and its leadership of people like [ex-ISI chief]  General Pasha. Although Chief of Army Staff Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani has kept himself away from politics, people like Pasha still exist in the Army.”

There may be senior officers in the military who have taken one step further from where Pasha stands. Many, including some officers at the Shamsi base that Pasha mourns, have reportedly joined banned terrorist organizations like Hizb-ut-Tahrir and have thought of taking over the military’s command by staging a coup. The most blatant first indication of such indiscipline came in Maj. Gen. Ameer Faisal Alavi’s letter to London’s Sunday Times suggesting that elements within the Army might kill him because he had reported two generals to the Army high command as actually working for Al Qaeda. Alavi was promptly killed by Maj. Haroon Ashiq, a deserter to Al Qaeda, in Islamabad in November 2008 on orders from Al Qaeda’s Lashkar-e-Zil chief, Ilyas Kashmiri. (Ashiq was acquitted by an antiterrorism court in 2010, and Kashmiri was killed by a drone in North Waziristan the following year)

Just as bin Laden seems to have been clandestinely favored and kept in hiding by certain America-hating Islamist elements, those favored by America—including former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, whose assassination in 2007 was owned by Al Qaeda—were chastised through bin Laden’s organization and its terrorist adjuncts.

 

Recipes From the Islamic State’s Laptop of Doom


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ANTAKYA, Turkey — The black Dell laptop found in an Islamic State safe house inside Syria not only contains instructions for how to weaponize the bubonic plague, it also includes thousands of files that provide a window into how would-be jihadists become radicalized, and how they learn to carry out their deadly craft.

The laptop of Muhammed S., a Tunisian chemistry and physics student who joined the Islamic State, contains an eclectic mix of speeches by jihadi leaders, neo-Nazi screeds, and U.S. Army manuals on specific aspects of warfare. It also contains glimpses of the 24-year-old jihadist’s former life, showing that he once had a weakness for the music of Celine Dion and a desire to find a good recipe for banana mousse.

The files from the laptop show that, once committed to jihad, Muhammed left Celine Dion behind and became more focused on how to poison people. One 21-minute clip, featuring former American Nazi Party member Kurt Saxon, offers instructions for how to obtain the deadly toxin ricin from castor beans. Saxon provides a detailed description of the process, producing the ricin on camera. “Now you really have some lethal stuff here!” he exclaims, once he is finished. “Now this is fan-tas-tic stuff!”

This is just one example from the massive amount of data discovered on Muhammed’s laptop. The computer contains 146 gigabytes of material and 35,347 files, almost all of which were added between 2009 and May 2013. All the files opened without a password, except for seven. Six of these password-protected files are in a folder titled “Sheikh Usama CD.”

The vast majority of the files are downloaded from the Internet, and contain practical or ideological instructions for waging jihad. A small percentage of the files, meanwhile, were produced by Muhammed himself. These include scanned copies of his chemistry exams at his university in Tunisia, and pictures of him and his family attending a wedding of an unknown female family member.

The laptop’s contents make it clear that its owner has one huge passion: destruction. The folders are meticulously organized:

In one folder marked “explosives” — a sub-folder within another marked “terrorist,” which is itself in a sub-folder marked “Jihadi” — Muhammed had gathered 206 documents.

In one folder marked “explosives” — a sub-folder within another marked “terrorist,” which is itself in a sub-folder marked “Jihadi” — Muhammed had gathered 206 documents.They include publications by Western authors for commercial sale, such as How to Make Semtex, Chemistry and Technology of Explosives, CIA Improvised Sabotage Devices, and The Car Bomb Recognition Guide. Also among the documents is A Guide to Field-Manufactured Explosives, which American author William Wallace begins by writing, “This book is for academic study only.”

As the titles above show, Muhammed did not limit himself to jihadi videos or publications. He appears to have consumed material from extremists of all stripes, downloading TheTerrorist’s Handbook, The Anarchist Cookbook, and a neo-Nazi e-book called The White Resistance Manual. He wasn’t even averse to turning to the hated American military for practical instruction: In a folder marked “military,” he collected 51 U.S. Army publications that are available online, such asSniper Training: U.S. Field Manual and U.S. Army — Psychological Operations Process Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures.

Muhammed also got his hands on two obscure English-language jihadi publications, TheMujahideen Explosives Handbook and The Mujahideen Poisons Handbook. In the preface to the latter work, the author, who gives his nom de guerre as Abdel Aziz, dedicates his publication to the jihadists in Afghanistan, “who lit the flame of jihad in the hearts of every sincere Muslim throughout the world.”

Abdel Aziz warns his audience to be cautious while preparing deadly toxins. “It is much, much more dangerous than preparing explosives!” he writes. “I know several [jihadists] whose bodies are finished due to poor protection etc. On the positive side, you can be confident that the poisons have actually been tried and tested (successfully, he he!).”

The laptop also contains extensive research on previous jihadi terrorist attacks. One compressed file named “Al-Qaeda Airlines” includes videos of the July 7, 2005, attacks in London and the 9/11 attacks in New York and Washington, D.C. Another 206-page document, titled “al Qaeda hallmarks,” contains extensive jihadi analyses of the terror group’s deadly strikes in Bali, Madrid, London, and the failed 2001 shoe bombing attack aboard an international flight bound for Miami, Florida.

Muhammed appears to have been a voracious consumer of speeches by jihadi ideologues. Most popular is Anwar al-Awlaki, the Yemeni-American religious leader linked to al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), who was killed in a U.S. drone strike in September 2011. There are also speeches by al Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden, current al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, and former al Qaeda in Iraq leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

Muhammed also compiled speeches by 112 other jihadi leaders. They include Juhayman al-Otaybi, who led the attack on the Kaaba in Mecca in 1979; Sayyid Qutb, an important ideologue of the Muslim Brotherhood; Abdullah Azzam, bin Laden’s mentor and one of the main ideologues of al Qaeda; and Abdullah al-Nafisi, a Kuwaiti professor notable for calling for massive anthrax attacks within the United States and saying on Al Jazeera Arabic that he hopes American white supremacists succeed in attacking a nuclear power plant. “May Allah grant success to one of the militia leaders,” he said.

A series of documents on the laptop also advise jihadists on how to fly under the authorities’ radar while preparing for holy war.

A series of documents on the laptop also advise jihadists on how to fly under the authorities’ radar while preparing for holy war.They include tips on how to travel from one jihadi hot spot to another without attracting attention, how to dress, and how to fake passports. One particular preoccupation is the danger of using cellphones, which one paper describes as the equivalent of “carrying a moving spy with you.”

Not all of the files on the Islamic State laptop are recipes for jihad, war, killings, explosions, or poisonings. Some of the files show that Muhammed once lived a far more normal life, before being consumed by the desire to fight a holy war.

The laptop includes pictures of Muhammed in 2009 and 2010 dressed in Western clothes and without a beard while attending a wedding in Tunisia, playing soccer, and joking with his friends. There’s also evidence that Muhammed has a sweet tooth: The laptop contains recipes for baking a cake, making banana mousse, and for the preparation of caramel. He even kept some screen shots of a music playlist he listened to in January 2010, which included the songs of Celine Dion, as well as Shaggy’s”Hey Sexy Lady.”

Muhammed appears to have changed radically around 2011, however. After that date, the only songs he added are anasheed — arrhythmic, a cappella Islamic music.

The laptop also contains evidence that Muhammed’s family and the Tunisian government were aware of his radical turn, and that he was a growing threat. A handwritten statement dated April 22, 2013, was found on the laptop, signed by Muhammed’s father and stamped by the Tunisian Interior Ministry.

The document suggests he already knew his son had been seduced by the path of destruction. It reads: “I am committed on behalf of my son Muhammed S. to pay the price of any damages he causes, wherever he is.”

Resistance and Insubordinate Silences  


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Silence-as-absence-as-political, silence as conveying political messages and untimely silences, working alone or in concert, inform three kinds of insubordinate silence available for political contestation: silence for voice, silence as protest and silence as refusal. Silence for voice is the deployment of silence in order to draw attention to the ways in which an individual or group is or has been silenced. Silence as protest is not necessarily a call for the direct and immediate establishment of voice. Instead, it is a silence that calls attention to a grievous example of speech or perceived injustice. Finally, silence as refusal is a silence meant to turn away from a given discursive structure altogether. This form of insubordinate silence recognizes the ways in which discourses can act as prisons; and, that there may be times when it is beneficial to refuse being hailed into a given discourse altogether.

Silence for voice

Silence for voice is about using insubordinate silence in order to help solve the predicaments associated with being silenced. For the most part, those who advocate voice have focused exclusively upon voice as the vehicle for liberation. And, as a correlate, they have directly challenged the prevalence of silence itself. Insubordinate silence for voice, instead, seeks to use silence as a form of empowerment. Instead of exclusively meeting voices that silence with vocal resistance, a careful and tactical deployment of silence might help draw attention to the reality of being silenced and work as a form of discourse that conveys the position that the silencing itself is unacceptable. At first glance, it might seem counterintuitive and counterproductive to envision silence as a way to alleviate the problems of silence – how can silence break silence? Yet, it is important to note that many times it is not a totalizing silence that is enforced by those in power, but a series of silences regarding specific areas of life, and this silence occurs alongside things that are said that do not directly challenge the status quo. So, while one certainly does not want to engage in a silence that only perpetuates one’s silence in a given area, one can tactically deploy silence in areas in which one is depended on for voice.

Silence as protest

Silence as protest is not necessarily a direct response to the phenomenon of being dominated via being silenced. Instead, it is about challenging the ways in which speech itself can be very damaging to individuals.Silence as protest can also be used to resist and call attention to unjust conditions and behaviors. Like silence for voice, silence as protest relies upon the ways in which silence itself can convey important messages.

Silence as refusal

Another way that silence can be used as a form of insubordination involves silence as an intentional absence or self-exclusion from a given terrain of political contestation and constitution. Silence as a refusal to speak and as a self-imposed absence on certain matters altogether can be a refusal to enter discourse, a refusal of the political as discursive contestation; or it can involve a refusal of a specific discursive construct in order to make ideational space for, or to conserve, another. Ferguson states, ‘The very existence of silence thereby becomes a form of resistance, of non-participation in these practices of community building, identity formation and norm setting. Silence, in other words, betokens a rejection of these practices of power’. Silence as refusal and resistance is related to the concept of interpellation. Donna Haraway states, ‘interpellation occurs when a subject, constituted in the very act, recognizes or misrecognizes itself in the address of a discourse. Althusser used the example of the policeman calling out, “Hey, you!” If I turned my head, I am a subject in that discourse of law and order: and so I am subject to a powerful formation’. It might be that the most fundamental way in which silence can be deployed politically is to, in an untimely manner, refuse interpellation. After the ‘Hey, you!’ there is the issue of ‘if’. ‘If’ the head is turned, one becomes subject to a given discursive construct. The moment one is called is an opportunity, an opportunity to engage whatever discursive construct will surround you the moment you answer, but also the opportunity to not answer, to refuse the given discursive construct – an opportunity for desubjugation. It can be an untimely absence that reconfigures the terrains of the political landscape..

 

 

Difference Between Loan and Investment


Here, I am providing the detail of difference between Investment and Loan:

1. Investment is one of Basics of Finance . It means, if anybody will ask about the basics of finance, you have to tell investment is one of basics of finance. But loan is source of finance. If we have not money or fixed asset, we can finance it through getting loan from banking and financial institutions.


2. Accounting treatment of investment is different from accounting treatment of loan. Suppose, you have your personal contractual business. You bring your capital in business and after this you have started to earn money through dividend . For this, you have bought 5000 shares of XYZ company.This is your investment in shares and it will go to balance sheet asset side.  But if you have not sufficient money to buy the 5000 shares and you take some money from other party on interest. That payable amount will be your loan and it will be shown as liability in balance sheet. Sometime, you can give loan to other. Basically, it is your investment. But, you can show it in Loan and Advance as Asset.

3. On the basis of difference between investment and loan, board of directors are playing the game in business on equity. You have read in financial management, that it is the  duty of management to get loan at cheap rate, lower risk and control and risk and invest it at higher profit at lower risk. What did you get idea after reading financial statement. I have only one idea. Loan is power of business for taking the challenge to get high yield on same amount invested in any other project.

4. Loan is affected from market interest rates and cost of debt but investment decision is affected large number of factors like capital budgeting , investment analysis , project planning , real option analysis and capital asset pricing model .

5. Area of investment is also more than area of loan. Dealing of loan is just limited to financial institution who do this duty professionally but area of investment include investment in each and every market, like investment in commodity market , investment in real estate, investment incapital market , investment in foreign exchange market , investment in insurance market , investment in private equity.

 


There is only one way out

All analysist, newsmen, or any of the speaker are unable to give a proper reply that how these problems of Pakistan can be solved, how to control the suicide bombers, how to get rid of Karachi target killings, how to overcome

The Shia Sunni conflict. 

Every one only speaks Bla Bla Bla

 

One Champion newsmen is advising first to deweaponise the karachi City. In 1992 the Goverment of Nawaz Sharif and The than Army Chief General Asif Nawaz started vigouresly to deweaponise Karachi City, some what they were successful because the innocent masses have no information of the nefarious motives of Asif Nawaz and Nawaz Sharif. After deweaponising Innocent people of karachi they have launched a massive ethnic clensing of Urdu speaking peoples or Mohajirs fifteen thousand mohajirs as per MQM and as per UNO 17136 proples were onslaughtered and massacared in the name of Islam and Pakistan. 

 

In Punjab secretariat, 80% officials are coming from Lahore and Gujrat.In sindh secretariat, 90% coming from Ranipur and Khairpur. In pakhtoonkhwah, 90% coming from Peshawar and Charsaddah. In Baluchistan secretariat is filled by a couple of tribes.

In Punjab all resources 48% are consumed in North Punjab, In Sindh 96% of resources are spent in rural Sindh In Pakhtunkhawa, and Baluchistan excluding the era of 2001 to 2008 all the way the situation is same.

Due to sale and purchase of Government Jobs which is 100% true . 24% Government Jobs are purchased and controlled by Qadianies ( source Tahreek e Khatam e Nabuat) 36% Jobs purchase and controlled by Shiites ( source Sipah e Sahaba)

If any Ruler, any Feudal Lord, or any vultures like politicians

Think with these insane mentality 

of 1860 subject rule system will prevail then He is misleading himself as well as a to the peoples of Pakistan

 

The problem of Pakistan can only be solved by the system adopted by India 53 Provinces population 1100 millions Turkey 81 provinces 75 Millions and Algeria 30 provinces 35 Million pakistan has a population of 190 Million so the provinces must be 125 provinces

As adopted by General Musharraf but to the ill fate of Pakistan he has not demolished these idols like eliphanti provinces.

After these provinces can run their business as per 18th Amendments. Besides there is a no way out. 

 

 

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If you are aspiring


If you ares, one of the first things that would come to your mind is what business to do, how much investment will be required and what would be the skills that should be learnt. In these uncertain days of layoffs and panic, it is good to have a backup plan in life, so that one can remain unaffected. Taking the first two points into consideration, I have put together a collection of small business ideas, some of which can be started from home and most requiring low investment. This list also makes sure that one need not have a formal degree or education to get started; most of these skills can be learnt quickly. Thus everyone can use their capability & talent to start one, without worrying about having to spend a couple of years of their life in college and spending the next decade paying education loans.

Senior care services;

In many countries the concept of joint families still exists. Sons usually stay with their parents after getting married. Sometimes such a situation arises where they would need to stay in a different country or state for working and might not be able to take their parent along with them because of factors like availability of passport, cost factor and climate. While some of them turn to relatives to take care of their parents and other elderly persons in the house, not everyone has that luxury. Hence the senior care services come as a boon to the travelling employee. It involves setting up a homely atmosphere for elderly people, having all the amenities from medicine to food to entertainment. If one has a spacious house or apartment, they might want to start such a center. The charges can be collected on a monthly basis from the customer (either the senior persons themselves or their sons or daughters). One also needs a couple of employees for managing the house, taking care of the senior people, giving them medicines if required and keep them happy. This business also gives repeat income every month and can also be expanded to other parts of the city if the demand is more. Since the absolute investment required can vary depending on the country, only a list of things to be bought and list of expenditure is given below. Using this list you can arrive at an approximate start-up capital required and the monthly list of expenditures.

  • House or flat or apartment (can be rented)
  • Beds, cots, furnishing
  • Kitchen items required for cooking for many people
  • Money for advertising in newspapers and on the internet
  • A cook or chef
  • A few employees for cleaning the house, running errands etc.

Mobile farm fresh grocery delivery;

In the fast paced lifestyle of today’s world, more and more people prefer to stay at home and order items over the phone or do shopping on the internet, rather than travelling through the heavy traffic and then wait for fifteen minutes in the supermarket cash counter. However grocery is one item which might not be exactly the best option to buy online or over the phone because one would rather prefer cherry picking the best of the available vegetables or fruits. In some countries, there are street vendors who bring vegetables and fruits for sale in a small cart, pushing it street to street and hawking them. One different concept will be to sell farm fresh grocery near huge apartments, housing colonies and posh residences and get a premium price for them. Instead of people travelling to the supermarket to buy the week’s or day’s vegetables, they can now just step outside their door or near the apartment’s main gate and buy fresh grocery. This idea involves purchasing grocery directly from distributors or farmers early in the morning and taking the grocery in a van or similar vehicle near by the bigger apartments, at a fixed time every day. Big apartments and housing colonies, especially in densely populated countries can have many hundreds to thousands of people living. Because you are saving their time (removing their travel needs to the super market or the local grocery store) and also giving them farm fresh grocery, you can charge premium rates. Remember to come to the apartment gates at a fixed time every day or alternative day, so that people know when to expect you. Once you have stayed in the place for an hour or two, you can move to the next neighborhood or apartment. Investment required;

  • A van or similar vehicle (can be rented)
  • An assistant to help you
  • Contact of grocery distributors or farmers from nearby villages
  • Storage containers, weighing machine and other necessary items.

Hospital patient care service;

This is similar to the senior care services business but instead of running a home, you have assistants take care of people when they are in hospital or in their own house. Who are your target customers? Take this example; a senior person in a working couple’s house (could be a dependent) falls sick and because of the nature of their day job, they might not be able to take leave from office to attend to the sick person. Or if the person got admitted to a hospital, it becomes even more difficult to manage, juggling between office and home life. It would be a boon for them if anyone can take care of the patient whilst they are away at work or travelling outside the city. Your job, as the service provider will be to hire a couple of assistants who are trained to take care of patients. They need not have official training as a nurse (though it is an added advantage) but rather just enough manners, communication and skills to take care of the basic needs of the patient such as buying medicines, getting food, helping them around (say if they have a bandage on their foot) etc. What is required to get started?

  1. Hire a couple of assistants (both male and female) and train them (preferably have a professional nurse give the training).
  2. Advertise your services locally using newspapers and also using contacts in popular hospitals.
  3. Charge based on the number of days of service rendered.

This business has the potential to grow by word of mouth.

Custom recipe maker service;

This is a simple business idea which can be run from home, along with the help of an assistant for delivering the food. Say someone feels like eating a specific dish, something which is homemade and might not be available during the time of the year or in the local fast food shops. They call you to have this dish made and you can take an hour or two to cook the specific food and deliver it. Another version of involves the customer actually sending the steps for the recipe and you just making the dish based on the recipe and delivering it. An assistant is required to buy the raw food materials on demand and deliver the cooked food. A premium price can be charged because you are providing a unique service, something which a local hotel or fast food joint cannot replicate.

Tourist guide;

Tourist guide businesses continue to flourish worldwide. Nowadays people use the internet to search for tourist spots around the world, book hotels from their home and then proceed to travel. There are two ways to go about; one is a niche local guide who will escort the tourists, taking them around the various spots in the city and helping them understand the culture and traditions of the place. The other is an agency which is a network of such local contacts, managing each and every aspect of the tour end to end, starting from hotel booking, travel tickets to actually taking them around. You can choose the model which best fits within the money you have for investment. One needs to have an USP (unique selling point) to be successful, especially if you are operating in a city or place which is a very popular tourist spot and there will be lots of competition. One idea for this will be to include lesser known locations within the place in the package, so as to give an idea of having a more variety to the tourist.

We have seen a bunch of small business ideas in this article, each requiring a different amount of investment and targeting different customer demographics. There are many hundreds of such business ideas; what one needs to succeed is to first analyze the local market & competition thoroughly. There are many more things than just analyzing the market; one also needs to take in to account stuff like trademark registration, tax, local laws, legal paperwork etc. before venturing. Once started, make sure that you execute the plan efficiently. Hard & clever work coupled with honesty will lead to success eventually.

 

Supernatural Glossary


As we study the supernatural, many times terms are used that we may or may not know the meaning of. This glossary will continue to grow as we all contribute to it.

Age Regression: The process of going back to a previous time in your current life through the use of hypnosis.

Akashic Record: A chart of a person’s past lives, future lives, and parallel lives.

Apparition: The visual appearance of any spirit, ghost, or unusual phenomenon that doesn’t necessarily take on the shape of a human form nor does it show signs of intelligence or personality.

Astral Projection: Projecting one’s consciousness into the spirit world.

Automatic Writing: A method of communication with the other side that involves using a normal writing instrument and paper. The automatic writer allows a spirit to control the pen and what is drawn or written on the paper.

Autonographist: Professional automatic writer.

Channeler: A person who allows a spirit to temporarily possess his or her body in order for the spirit to be able to communicate with the living.

Channeling Board: A tool used for communication with the other side. Also known as a Ouija board or talking board.

Clairalience: The ability to use smell to receive a spirit’s message.

Clairambience: The ability to use taste to receive a spirit’s message.

Clairaudience: The ability to hear sounds to receive a spirit’s message.

Clairsentience: The feeling or sensing of a spirit’s message.

Clairvoyance: The ability to see objects or events that others can’t.

Collective Apparition: An apparition that is seen simultaneously by multiple witnesses.

Discarnate: Spirit or ghost – having no material body or form.

Ectoplasm: Residue left behind by ghosts or other paranormal phenomena. Many times ectoplasm is seen as a smoky film.

Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP): A term used to describe the noises and voices that are recorded on traditional audio or videotape, but that aren’t necessarily audible to the human ear — these are often believed to be voices from the other side.

Extrasensory Perception (ESP): An awareness of outside happenings or information not attained through the normal human senses.

Ghost: A visual manifestation of a soul, spirit, life force, or life energy. Most people use this term to describe the visual appearance of a human being or creature that has died and passed on to the other side. A ghost is residual in nature — it does not interact with our physical world.

Ghost Buster: A person who visits a site that is believed to be haunted with the expressed purpose of eliminating the ghost or paranormal activity from that location.

Ghost Hunter: A person who investigates and studies ghosts, hauntings and paranormal phenomena.

Hypnotherapy: The treatment of an ailment through the use of hypnosis.

Medium: A person who has a special gift and believes he or she can act as a bridge between the world of the living and the other side.

Metaphysics: A field of study dedicated to the nature of reality; an underlying philosophical or theoretical principle.

Orbs: A phenomenon in the shape of a floating ball of light, often thought to be souls or spirit energy. Some theories state orbs are the form spirits travel in.

Other Side: A term used to describe the spirit world, or the place spirits go after death beyond our physical plane.

Paranormal: A term used to describe unusual activity that involves ghosts, apparitions, spirits, hauntings, poltergeists, monsters, etc. This term defines anything for which there is no scientific explanation.

Parapsychology: The study of phenomena, real or supposed, that appear inexplicable on presently accepted scientific theories.

Past-Life-Regression: The act of using trance or hypnosis to visit former lives.

Phenomenon: An unusual, profound, or unexplainable fact or occurrence.

Physical Mediumship: A form of mediumship in which the spirit communicates using both the physical energies and consciousness of the medium.

Place Memories: Refers to a location that captures energy and uses it to record an image of an event that once happened there and later replays it.

Planchette: A pointing device used in conjunction with a channeling board.

Poltergeist: German term which literally translates to “noisy ghost.” This phenomenon is more often experienced than seen. A poltergeist will often interact with its environment by moving objects, making noises, or making itself known in a variety of other ways. Some theories state poltergeists are related to the emotional state of a person living in the environment.

Progression Hypnotherapy: The act of visiting future lives through the use of hypnosis.

PSI: A term used to describe psychic ability or power.

Psychic: A person who uses empathic feelings to tap into nonphysical forces.

Psychokinesis: The ability to move objects using only one’s mind.

Psychosomatics: A field of study dedicated to the idea that the medical health of a person’s body is related to that person’s mind and emotions.

Reincarnation: The idea that a soul can be reborn into a new human body.

Residual Haunting: A term used to describe a ghost that is trapped in a continuous loop. Another theory is that an event left a psychic impression on an area and some people witness a replay of that scene.

Sixth Sense: A term used to describe psychic ability.

Soul Loss: The loss of vital energy experienced as a result of any kind of physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual trauma.

Spirit: Electromagnetic entities in the forms of orbs, mist, vortexes, or shadows, which are the signature of a once-living person who has returned to a specific location. Their nature is interactive as opposed to residual.

Spirit Communicator: A spirit or ghost that uses a medium in order to communicate with someone either verbally or visually.

Spirit Operator: A spirit or ghost that uses a medium to physically manipulate something on earth.

Spirit World: The place spirits go after death.

Spiritual Guide: A spirit that watches over a living person and that offers wisdom or guidance.

Superpersonalities: Negative entities.

Telepathy: Communication using the mind as opposed to other senses.

Trance Mediumship: A form of mediumship in which the medium shares his or her energy with a spirit through the use of trance.

Vortex: A tornado-like mass of air, water, or energy that spins around very fast — creating a vacuum to pull objects into its empty center. In supernatural studies, a vortex is an energy mass that is a temporary opening to the other side, this can be the result of spirit energy in motion.


Man is the only animal that deals in that atrocity of atrocities War. He is the only one that gathers his brethren about him and goes forth in cold blood and calm pulse to exterminate his kind. He is the only animal that for sordid wages will march out… and help to slaughter strangers of his own species who have done him no harm and with whom he has no quarrel…. And in the intervals between campaigns he washes the blood off his hands and works for the universal brotherhood of man with his mouth.