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Will you watch Pakistan matches after the Pulwama attack

Will you watch Pakistan matches after the Pulwama attack  

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  1. 1. Will you watch Pakistan matches after the Pulwama attack

    • Yes
    • No, but I will watch Ind-Pak game
    • No, I wont watch any games involving Pak

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We were angry when the Pulwama attack happened and some of us swore to never watch pak matches from hereon. Its time to implement it. There's no point in watching them and make their coverage more popular. The game runs on Indian viewership. So you have the power to say no. I can understand if ICFers want to watch the Ind-Pak game. But there's no reason to watch other games featuring them. All you have to do is change the channel/switch off the tv/streaming. Will you do it.

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Only Indo-Pak match and will cheer on as we smash them mercilessly, hopefully !!!

 

Other matches no way, in fact I don't think I will follow non-India matches at all, except when something special/thrilling is happening or KO. 

 

Since I am temporarily active on social media (mainly for elections) and follow lots of cricket related handles I come to know of Pak-Eng scores, gifs, small videos etc, that and ICF/CB. I haven't followed them via any other medium.

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This thread is silly, to be charitable.  The "haters" on this thread, are the ones who are most obsessed with greenbros.  

 

Its one thing to be supportive of a boycott policy - I fully support the decision to disallow the privilege of bilateral cricket to Pakistan as part of the response to the Pakistani state's culpability in terrorism and murder.  Because that boycott actually has an impact - it takes away millions of dollars from a Pakistani state entity, creating pressure on the Pakistani state to mend its ways and join the ranks of the civilized.  

 

But that has nothing to do with watching a cricket telecast of an ICC tournament.  

 

Not watching a cricket game has zero impact on, anything.  If you have issues with the criminal actions of the PakMil mafia, congratulations, you are a member of the majority section of humanity that is sane and civilized.  Unfortunately, the sentiment and "logic" behind this thread puts that membership in jeopardy.  The only justification I can give this, if the thread was created by a 12 year old.  Then maybe such "sentiment" can be excused in the name of immaturity.  Somehow I doubt that OP is 12 years old.  At least chronologically.

 

 

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@sandeep It was a genuine question. No need to type an essay with ad hominem attacks on my maturity and thread quality. There are plenty of "stupid" threads out there. If you like dissecting those threads, you are wasting your time. You could have voted yes and answered like @Forward Defence if you wanted to

 

If you wanted the purpose of this thread, you could have asked. Silly me. Learn some forum etiquette. Lesson from a 12 year old at least chronologically.

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Nahi dekhna toh nahi dekhna, koi zabardasti hai kya? OP doesn't want to follow their matches and has every right to act as per his conscience. I won't follow non-India matches because this format, mainly length of the group stage bores me, the question of following Pak doesn't arise. Nothing illegal here, nothing in bad taste, hamari marzi, subscription ka paisa humi ne bhara hai na. Of course if something miraculous is going on or a thriller for the ages is in concluding stage, it will be human nature for anyone to tune in.

 

So what if OP is 12 years or 8 years? He has a strong opinion and is entitled to it, no one apart from him knows his background story or mind frame due to Pulwama, no need to throw jibes at him when he hasn't done the same to other posters. 

 

I would have loved for BCCI to obliterate PSL but that isn't happening, couldn't care less about their participation in a WC they aren't going to come near winning. 

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14 minutes ago, Real McCoy said:

@sandeep It was a genuine question. No need to type an essay with ad hominem attacks on my maturity and thread quality. There are plenty of "stupid" threads out there. If you like dissecting those threads, you are wasting your time. You could have voted yes and answered like @Forward Defence if you wanted to

 

If you wanted the purpose of this thread, you could have asked. Silly me. Learn some forum etiquette. Lesson from a 12 year old at least chronologically.

He has a soft corner for them, once mentioned that he considers them long lost brothers or something like that. Also a liberal, not gone into full tard mode yet so you can still engage with him without getting a full blown migraine :phehe:. He vehemently hates PakMil and their extremists/PTI as much as any sane person, but his heart still has a place for other Pakistanis. No one's complaining though and we can all agree that @sandeep is a good guy who adds value to the forum. So let's all de-escalate here, shall we :icflove:?

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Even after ignoring Pulwama, I am not sure Pak team is exciting enough to waste time on. May check scores much like you would for WC games or watch if the other team is playing exceptionally well to see some good cricket 

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47 minutes ago, Real McCoy said:

@sandeep It was a genuine question. No need to type an essay with ad hominem attacks on my maturity and thread quality. There are plenty of "stupid" threads out there. If you like dissecting those threads, you are wasting your time. You could have voted yes and answered like @Forward Defence if you wanted to

 

If you wanted the purpose of this thread, you could have asked. Silly me. Learn some forum etiquette. Lesson from a 12 year old at least chronologically.

Genuine or otherwise, it was a silly question.  Its a discussion forum.  Just like you are free to create threads, others are free to share their opinions and perspectives.  I find the mindless, herd-like mentality of "hating", almost a competition of who can express their anti-Pakistan feelings more STRONK, silly.  And I refuse to pull my punches.  

 

And with utmost "forum etiquette", its my time that I'm choosing to 'waste'.  

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9 minutes ago, Gollum said:

He has a soft corner for them, once mentioned that he considers them long lost brothers or something like that. Also a liberal, not gone into full tard mode yet so you can still engage with him without getting a full blown migraine :phehe:. He vehemently hates PakMil and their extremists/PTI as much as any sane person, but his heart still has a place for other Pakistanis. No one's complaining though and we can all agree that @sandeep is a good guy who adds value to the forum. So let's all de-escalate here, shall we :icflove:?

Its not a war to de-escalate :laugh: If he wants to be a keyboard warrior, I give up. Its not my cup of tea. Soft corner is alright. I know what I would do. Stay away from the padosis and their mental disease. How do I know. I have interacted with them in the US and know how they work. I also spent some years in the padosi forum and was fed up with their BS.

 

I also hate their military but also the people who go along with it. Lets not pretend their people and their cricketers are innocent because they are fed with hate by their military. Case in point Afridi, Tanvir, Azhar Mahmood, Hasan Ali, etc

 

If someone has trained their dogs to bite and maim you and possibly kill you. What would you do. Hate that person and talk sweetly to those dogs and feed them biscuits and send them to dog therapy. No, you would try to be far away from them. If not, you would put a bullet in them

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2 hours ago, Norman said:

I'm sure most of us are watching the Pak vs Eng series. So no reason why we wouldn't watch their world cup games. 

very broad assumption, i am sure no one is watching that crap.

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1 hour ago, sandeep said:

The "haters" on this thread, are the ones who are most obsessed with greenbros.  

 

Its one thing to be supportive of a boycott policy - I fully support the decision to disallow the privilege of bilateral cricket to Pakistan as part of the response to the Pakistani state's culpability in terrorism and murder.  Because that boycott actually has an impact - it takes away millions of dollars from a Pakistani state entity, creating pressure on the Pakistani state to mend its ways and join the ranks of the civilized.  

 

 But that has nothing to do with watching a cricket telecast of an ICC tournament.  

 

Not watching a cricket game has zero impact on, anything.

incorrect.

 

Indians should not watch Pakistan unless they are playing India.

 

This way Indians are not providing TRP ratings to Pakistani cricket in general. 

 

This is very important, 

 

India should also choose to send some form of a wide public message to the masses to shun pakistan cricket, movies, music, etc, its for the greater good.

 

 

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2 hours ago, sandeep said:

The only justification I can give this, if the thread was created by a 12 year old

if you are not able or not willing to objectively respond to the OP you will try to insult him? I have to agree some of the threads here insulting or trolling xyz cricketer as a tool to get back at some other poster are immature and makes one wonder how many 12-year-olds are there in the forum. But i think this thread is not one of them has sound decisive basis behind it, whether one agrees or disagrees is another matter. 

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3 minutes ago, Vilander said:

very broad assumption, i am sure no one is watching that crap.

Well a lot of people really began liking this England team in the recent past for their all out attack batting. Butler has become a fan favourite now and Bairstow too because of his IPL showings. So they're watching this to see them play. 

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37 minutes ago, sandeep said:

I find the mindless, herd-like mentality of "hating", almost a competition of who can express their anti-Pakistan feelings more STRONK, silly.  And I refuse to pull my punches.  

ok so refuse to pull anything but if you pull the punches on the OP for his statement you should be prepared to get some counters. 

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1 minute ago, Norman said:

Well a lot of people really began liking this England team in the recent past for their all out attack batting. Butler has become a fan favourite now and Bairstow too because of his IPL showings. So they're watching this to see them play. 

Sure England are a good team but them playing some **** makes it unwatchable for some.

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3 hours ago, Real McCoy said:

We were angry when the Pulwama attack happened and some of us swore to never watch pak matches from hereon. Its time to implement it. There's no point in watching them and make their coverage more popular. The game runs on Indian viewership. So you have the power to say no. I can understand if ICFers want to watch the Ind-Pak game. But there's no reason to watch other games featuring them. All you have to do is change the channel/switch off the tv/streaming. Will you do it.

Indians should never watch a pakistani production of any form/ any product should be ritually methodically shunned with extreme prejudice where ever possible. To be prejudiced against evil is righteous and virtuous.  

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1 hour ago, zen said:

Even after ignoring Pulwama, I am not sure Pak team is exciting enough to waste time on. May check scores much like you would for WC games or watch if the other team is playing exceptionally well to see some good cricket 

Best post.... straight brutal response..love your posts anyway 

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I have a doubt. 

Can anyone tell me how by us watching the pakistan games be profitable to them ? 

I mean all we are doing is increasing the TRP of our Indian channel or any online platform right ?  They have already paid the English board for rights. So us watching or not watching should not affect Pak right? 

 

P.s - I firmly agree that we should boycott pakistan everywhere but just a genuine doubt. :stupido3:

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22 minutes ago, Vilander said:

if you are not able or not willing to objectively respond to the OP you will try to insult him? I have to agree some of the threads here insulting or trolling xyz cricketer as a tool to get back at some other poster are immature and makes one wonder how many 12-year-olds are there in the forum. But i think this thread is not one of them has sound decisive basis behind it, whether one agrees or disagrees is another matter. 

I believe I did objectively respond to the OP.  You are free to disagree.  

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6 minutes ago, Norman said:

I have a doubt. 

Can anyone tell me how by us watching the pakistan games be profitable to them ? 

I mean all we are doing is increasing the TRP of our Indian channel or any online platform right ?  They have already paid the English board for rights. So us watching or not watching should not affect Pak right? 

 

P.s - I firmly agree that we should boycott pakistan everywhere but just a genuine doubt. :stupido3:

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6 minutes ago, Norman said:

I have a doubt. 

Can anyone tell me how by us watching the pakistan games be profitable to them ? 

I mean all we are doing is increasing the TRP of our Indian channel or any online platform right ?  They have already paid the English board for rights. So us watching or not watching should not affect Pak right? 

 

P.s - I firmly agree that we should boycott pakistan everywhere but just a genuine doubt. :stupido3:

pak team which plays crappy cricket should be at their level which is crap. TRP is for the producer which is ECB in this case who would know how crap the participant pak is when they produce next. 

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2 minutes ago, sandeep said:

I believe I did objectively respond to the OP.  You are free to disagree.  

oh yeah lot of objectivity in calling someone a 12 year old ok, i reserve such comments to cerain special posts. but hey you have your opinion. 

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24 minutes ago, Vilander said:

incorrect.

 

Indians should not watch Pakistan unless they are playing India.

 

This way Indians are not providing TRP ratings to Pakistani cricket in general. 

 

This is very important, 

 

India should also choose to send some form of a wide public message to the masses to shun pakistan cricket, movies, music, etc, its for the greater good.

 

 

This is what I was getting at before I got called out for a "silly post". Nowadays, we can even see how many people are watching the game through hotstar. If they see a nosedive when it comes to one team who are our main rivals in cricket, it will make the news and tell them an ultimate eff you and we have the social media to run with it and create an avalanche. We should never make this aman ki tamasha mistake again with them and patronize their stars. People in general have poor memory and are forced to repeat the mistakes of the past. We need to keep reminding our people about the past and the way padosis backstab India time after time.

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6 minutes ago, Vilander said:

pak team which plays crappy cricket should be at their level which is crap. TRP is for the producer which is ECB in this case who would know how crap the participant pak is when they produce next. 

ECB and ICC already got paid.  "Not watching" only hurts the TV channel and their ad rates.  And that too marginally if at all.  Its the "12 year old" equivalent of 'old man yells at cloud'.   

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1 minute ago, Real McCoy said:

This is what I was getting at before I got called out for a "silly post". Nowadays, we can even see how many people are watching the game through hotstar. If they see a nosedive when it comes to one team who are our main rivals in cricket, it will make the news and tell them an ultimate eff you and we have the social media to run with it and create an avalanche. We should never make this aman ki tamasha mistake again with them and patronize their stars. People in general have poor memory and are forced to repeat the mistakes of the past. We need to keep reminding our people about the past and the way padosis backstab India time after time.

Blind tribalism and a blanket hate-fest of a country and its entire population, is counter productive to Indian interests.  It will only serve to strengthen the extreme anti-India factions within Pakistan.  By mirroring the stupidity of the "hate India" nutso brigade in Pakistan, you are strengthening them.  Are you able to process this simple, obvious point?  

 

When a child wants something and doesn't get it, it throws a tantrum.  A mature adult, one with brains - faced with something similar, should deploy counter measures and actions that result in getting what you want.  India has a problem on its western border - a quasi-state controlled by a criminal, self-serving exploitative military mafia that is bent on perpetuating hostility between the 2 countries.  Retaliation, purely for the sake of it, may "feel good", but is less desirable if its counter-productive.  

 

Being smart and non-punitive, doesn't mean that you are 'weak'.  You can be tough without being petty.  You can target Pakistan without hurting your own media companies.  You can be smart enough to play the long game.  

 

Or you can run immature "social media avalanches" that pander to your emotions.  Entirely up to you.  Boycotts can work, if they are well thought out and targeted properly.  This example of a boycott is, to  be blunt, dumb as a doorknob.  

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18 minutes ago, Norman said:

I have a doubt. 

Can anyone tell me how by us watching the pakistan games be profitable to them ? 

I mean all we are doing is increasing the TRP of our Indian channel or any online platform right ?  They have already paid the English board for rights. So us watching or not watching should not affect Pak right? 

 

P.s - I firmly agree that we should boycott pakistan everywhere but just a genuine doubt. :stupido3:

Its not about the present but about the future. If trp goes down, ecb would be hesitant to invite pak for long tours. They will be reduced to secondary status just like Zim and Ban. Less international cricket will hurt pak board financially and quality wise.

 

I read a post in peepee long time back that if BCCI takes its ball and goes home, international and thereby pak cricket can still survive by Indian viewership. My point is to warn others about how they are thinking.

 

Have you gone onto youtube and seen reaction videos of pakistanis about Indian videos. Why are they doing this. Pewdiepeis only competitor is t-series which relies on Indian views to gain more popularity and ad money. Pakistanis are trying to get into the market. Lets break them here as well. you cant hate us and then after a while beg us for ad money. It dont work that way

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14 minutes ago, sandeep said:

Blind tribalism and a blanket hate-fest of a country and its entire population, is counter productive to Indian interests.  It will only serve to strengthen the extreme anti-India factions within Pakistan.  By mirroring the stupidity of the "hate India" nutso brigade in Pakistan, you are strengthening them.  Are you able to process this simple, obvious point?  

 

When a child wants something and doesn't get it, it throws a tantrum.  A mature adult, one with brains - faced with something similar, should deploy counter measures and actions that result in getting what you want.  India has a problem on its western border - a quasi-state controlled by a criminal, self-serving exploitative military mafia that is bent on perpetuating hostility between the 2 countries.  Retaliation, purely for the sake of it, may "feel good", but is less desirable if its counter-productive.  

 

Being smart and non-punitive, doesn't mean that you are 'weak'.  You can be tough without being petty.  You can target Pakistan without hurting your own media companies.  You can be smart enough to play the long game.  

 

Or you can run immature "social media avalanches" that pander to your emotions.  Entirely up to you.  Boycotts can work, if they are well thought out and targeted properly.  This example of a boycott is, to  be blunt, dumb as a doorknob.  

They already hate us. Most of them are uneducated and tribalistic. You can't strengthen those factions which are already strong in their hate. The educated are the minority. Their options are

1. get out of the country,

2. say anti-India statements just to pacify the rogue elements,

3. Join the elite and rule them

Acting nice to a nation like this is considered a weakness. This is how every country operates more so this rogue one. Look this is no feel good retaliation or a petty one either. Im not saying we should be in war with them. These are economical wars and they are much more effective than loss of life in wars. US already tried the "soft" method with them. They tried to give money to them to fight the war on terror. How did it end. They got frustrated and now they dont send money. China is the main sponsor of Pak and they are hard customers unlike USA.

 

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Earlier, I used to visit their forum and troll them. Since Pulwama, I haven’t visited their forum and don’t intend to watch any of their matches.Terrorism is built in their vains and they are hardwired to hate India. Look at the moron afretard. My hate and anger for them is too much after the ghastly attacks.

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25 minutes ago, Real McCoy said:

They already hate us. Most of them are uneducated and tribalistic. You can't strengthen those factions which are already strong in their hate. The educated are the minority. Their options are

1. get out of the country,

2. say anti-India statements just to pacify the rogue elements,

3. Join the elite and rule them

Acting nice to a nation like this is considered a weakness. This is how every country operates more so this rogue one. Look this is no feel good retaliation or a petty one either. Im not saying we should be in war with them. These are economical wars and they are much more effective than loss of life in wars. US already tried the "soft" method with them. They tried to give money to them to fight the war on terror. How did it end. They got frustrated and now they dont send money. China is the main sponsor of Pak and they are hard customers unlike USA.

 

None of this has any relevance to this thread you started.  And sorry, but your "summary" of geopolitical relations is dripping with infantile naivete.  

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8 minutes ago, sandeep said:

None of this has any relevance to this thread you started.  And sorry, but your "summary" of geopolitical relations is dripping with infantile naivete.  

Maybe you dont want to look. I said something about economical warfare. And you were the one who wanted to not offend anti-Indian factions

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3 minutes ago, Real McCoy said:

Maybe you dont want to look. I said something about economical warfare. And you were the one who wanted to not offend anti-Indian factions

Rando fans not watching cricket games != economic warfare.  

 

And I have no qualms about "not offending" anti-Indian factions.  I have a problem with strengthening them.  Maybe you don't want to understand my point.  

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People here are saying that Pakistanis are brainwashed to hate India but when you come to this forum, it seems other way round. Same is in uni as well. Pakistanis mind their own business and enjoy their lives whereas Indians are always talking about deshbhakti and forgot to tell how they were celebrating "air strike" but went shunned when their pilot got captured. Few deshbhakts were even on verge of getting expelled due to their deshbhakti against Pakistanis. Mirpuri Pakistanis are something which I would avoid because they are deshbhakts and hate India but people from mainland Pakistan like Lahore or Karachi don't hate India and in fact have Indian friends as well

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5 minutes ago, Franco Vazquez said:

People here are saying that Pakistanis are brainwashed to hate India but when you come to this forum, it seems other way round

Well it's true that we hate Pakistan but not because we're brainwashed. Our establishment has no reason to brainwash us against Pakistan because here,  the power of governance lies with the government not the military. In Pakistan the army and ISI are involved in the power holding of the state. They need anti India propaganda to keep their awaam deluded that their army is the real Savior of their pak land  , not the government. 

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@sandeep Dude it was a yes or no question. You typed an essay to "not strengthen" anti-Indian factions and called me a 12 yr old chronologically. Whatever that means. You have brought it to this level. If you don't want to understand my point, I cant bother to explain myself to you. I have explained it to others. Some of them got it others not so much. You want to have a soft corner with them. Thats entirely up to you. Just dont expect it to end well. I'll let you have the last word. I'm out

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8 minutes ago, Franco Vazquez said:

People here are saying that Pakistanis are brainwashed to hate India but when you come to this forum, it seems other way round. Same is in uni as well. Pakistanis mind their own business and enjoy their lives whereas Indians are always talking about deshbhakti and forgot to tell how they were celebrating "air strike" but went shunned when their pilot got captured. Few deshbhakts were even on verge of getting expelled due to their deshbhakti against Pakistanis. Mirpuri Pakistanis are something which I would avoid because they are deshbhakts and hate India but people from mainland Pakistan like Lahore or Karachi don't hate India and in fact have Indian friends as well

The loudest on forums tend to be extremists.  And there is a lot of pent-up anger and frustration at the 30+ years of terrorism unleashed by PakMil mafia on India.   

 

Majority of expat Indians and Pakistanis get along fine, for obvious reasons.  Most of those friends tend to avoid political discussions.  

 

People from mainland Pakistan may not "hate" India, but there is a lot of support and defensiveness around the likes of Hafiz Saeed and his fellow murderers.  Why don't more Pakistani government representatives or public figures speak up against those kinds of criminals?  Because they know its unpopular, and probably dangerous.    Pakistan is being ripped off and exploited by a mafia organization that hides itself behind its army uniform.  And it is fooling its own people in the name of patriotism.  But a lot of Pakistanis are willing to go along with this farce.  

 

From an Indian perspective, even the silent majority of average 'non-hating Pakistanis, are supporting murderers and terrorists - in the name of defending your country.  This is a major problem.  

 

 

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2 minutes ago, sandeep said:

The loudest on forums tend to be extremists.  And there is a lot of pent-up anger and frustration at the 30+ years of terrorism unleashed by PakMil mafia on India.   

 

Majority of expat Indians and Pakistanis get along fine, for obvious reasons.  Most of those friends tend to avoid political discussions.  

 

People from mainland Pakistan may not "hate" India, but there is a lot of support and defensiveness around the likes of Hafiz Saeed and his fellow murderers.  Why don't more Pakistani government representatives or public figures speak up against those kinds of criminals?  Because they know its unpopular, and probably dangerous.    Pakistan is being ripped off and exploited by a mafia organization that hides itself behind its army uniform.  And it is fooling its own people in the name of patriotism.  But a lot of Pakistanis are willing to go along with this farce.  

 

From an Indian perspective, even the silent majority of average 'non-hating Pakistanis, are supporting murderers and terrorists - in the name of defending your country.  This is a major problem.  

 

 

Most of the Pakistani students dont even know about Hafiz Saeed or any other Kashmiri terrorist. Most of them were not even aware of any attack in India until they were told by Indians. No one gives a flying eff about Kashmir here in UK because most of the Pakistani students here are from elite family and same about other rich Pakistanis as well, they dont care about Kashmir. Elite Pakistanis are not patriotic at all. The biggest shock for me was when an Indian guy here was hating on me because I got along with European friends and he himself couldn't get out of his own Indian circle. It depends on the person as well. I have a lot of Indian friends as well and most of them are nice and know Pakistanis as well who are overtly Islamic and patriot and were calling me out for not fasting so there are sides of every coin

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7 minutes ago, Franco Vazquez said:

Most of the Pakistani students dont even know about Hafiz Saeed or any other Kashmiri terrorist. Most of them were not even aware of any attack in India until they were told by Indians. No one gives a flying eff about Kashmir here in UK because most of the Pakistani students here are from elite family and same about other rich Pakistanis as well, they dont care about Kashmir. Elite Pakistanis are not patriotic at all. The biggest shock for me was when an Indian guy here was hating on me because I got along with European friends and he himself couldn't get out of his own Indian circle. It depends on the person as well. I have a lot of Indian friends as well and most of them are nice and know Pakistanis as well who are overtly Islamic and patriot and were calling me out for not fasting so there are sides of every coin

Something tells me that you make stuff along as you keep typing. I may be wrong :dontknow:

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42 minutes ago, Franco Vazquez said:

People here are saying that Pakistanis are brainwashed to hate India but when you come to this forum, it seems other way round. Same is in uni as well. Pakistanis mind their own business and enjoy their lives whereas Indians are always talking about deshbhakti and forgot to tell how they were celebrating "air strike" but went shunned when their pilot got captured. Few deshbhakts were even on verge of getting expelled due to their deshbhakti against Pakistanis. Mirpuri Pakistanis are something which I would avoid because they are deshbhakts and hate India but people from mainland Pakistan like Lahore or Karachi don't hate India and in fact have Indian friends as well

You are now making  me feel guilty,I guess it's time for me to change.Maybe soon will have a pakistani version of mamata ,and people who shout allahu akbar will be thrown in jail.

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