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Old 5th January 2013, 16:25
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Old 5th January 2013, 16:26
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After watching half of the video, this is what I feel.

TUQ is in Pakistan with the nod of PPP behind the scenes. MQM is the deal making agent here. The drama of marching to Islamabad will be played to divide Imran Khan's public support and disrupt the momentum of PTI just before the election.
A cunning hand played by Zardari.
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Old 5th January 2013, 19:19
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After watching half of the video, this is what I feel.

TUQ is in Pakistan with the nod of PPP behind the scenes. MQM is the deal making agent here. The drama of marching to Islamabad will be played to divide Imran Khan's public support and disrupt the momentum of PTI just before the election.
A cunning hand played by Zardari.
i dont get it, im nt very well aware of the intricacies of the whole tuq drama and pakistani politics in general. how does his presence dent IK's hopes? if u dont mind explaining.
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Old 5th January 2013, 23:48
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After watching half of the video, this is what I feel.

TUQ is in Pakistan with the nod of PPP behind the scenes. MQM is the deal making agent here. The drama of marching to Islamabad will be played to divide Imran Khan's public support and disrupt the momentum of PTI just before the election.
A cunning hand played by Zardari.
Agreed, I've said the same thing in the TUQ vs. Imran thread...
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Old 6th January 2013, 00:27
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this clip has been posted by insaftak in other thread...
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Old 6th January 2013, 00:42
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TUQ is in Pakistan for certain agenda. he should come back to Canada...
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Old 6th January 2013, 01:27
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After watching half of the video, this is what I feel.

TUQ is in Pakistan with the nod of PPP behind the scenes. MQM is the deal making agent here. The drama of marching to Islamabad will be played to divide Imran Khan's public support and disrupt the momentum of PTI just before the election.
A cunning hand played by Zardari.
Said it from Day 1 that the Tahir ul Qadri show was fishy.
Corruption in Pakistan is epidemic since decades but he comes from Canada during this elections year (when PTI has chances to kick out corrupt political dinosaurs), and adopt the Imran Khan's rhetoric (long march, revolution, ...) to cash on his vote bank, because, for a lot of PTI trolls themselves, "TUQ is doing what IK promised to do".
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Old 6th January 2013, 01:47
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So TUQ is back to steal IK's thunder....

kia lame thunder thi ke aik no name Mullah stole it in a few days....
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Old 6th January 2013, 03:07
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kia lame thunder thi ke aik no name Mullah stole it in a few days....
Badal se pehlay hi to aap loog ek chalti hawaa ki tara bhag gay, ab tak to garj nahi tha magar elaan-e-garj, aur asmaan kya zameen bhi aap logon kay liye khazana-e-saaza kholegi.
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Old 6th January 2013, 05:09
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how the hell is tax evasion more important than terrorism?
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Old 6th January 2013, 06:30
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Badal se pehlay hi to aap loog ek chalti hawaa ki tara bhag gay, ab tak to garj nahi tha magar elaan-e-garj, aur asmaan kya zameen bhi aap logon kay liye khazana-e-saaza kholegi.
Nice. Just remembered this sher which I read recently and goes along well with IK's predicament.

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how the hell is tax evasion more important than terrorism?
it effects almost all pakistanis
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Old 6th January 2013, 07:12
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Was watching TUQ's interview with Saleem Safi yesterday. Responding to a question regarding his Canadian nationality, he said that he will think about giving it up when the time comes.
Just goes to show where his loyalty lies.

I can't view youtube but there's a strong suspicion amongst people here that the PPP is actually behind TUQ. Rumour has it that Zardari wants to get re-elected for another 5 years from the same parliament.
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Old 6th January 2013, 10:58
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how the hell is tax evasion more important than terrorism?
Terrorism/Crime is linked with the performance of an economy. If you have a job and kids to feed, you will never ever think of getting into the danger of being killed.

US failed, Zardari govt. failed and MQM failed in resolving the terrorism problem because the solution lies elsewhere
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Old 6th January 2013, 13:58
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Was watching TUQ's interview with Saleem Safi yesterday. Responding to a question regarding his Canadian nationality, he said that he will think about giving it up when the time comes.
Just goes to show where his loyalty lies.

I can't view youtube but there's a strong suspicion amongst people here that the PPP is actually behind TUQ. Rumour has it that Zardari wants to get re-elected for another 5 years from the same parliament.
- new parliament can always pass a no-confidence vote against zardari..(as they did in mush's case) ...

- constitution provides pppp and pml-n protection to chose care taker setup, why would pppp be behind against tuq to sabotage pppp's own plan..

does not make sense...

pml-q/mqm with tuq
plus tuq's demand of making army and sc as stake holders

convey something different.
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