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1 hour ago, shastarSingh said:

Democracy is very bad. 

If a village is full of bad people, a politician will hv to lie to please people in that village to get votes.

Democracy in our Gurdwawas has RUINED us. That's why nihangs shud control our gurdwaras. Just look at SGPC.

Over it. Democracy cancelled. 

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On 4/7/2022 at 2:46 PM, GurjantGnostic said:

Also please share thoughts on who really runs Pakistan. Our brothers are interested in our thoughts. 

Military, the ISI which comprises of serving military officers from 3 branches of the military that reports to the PM and the Chief of Army staff, Uncle SAM and not to forget Pakistan's economic lifeline, Saudi Arabia.

 

Officials in the U.S. alliance believe Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have an understanding in which Islamabad would supply the kingdom with warheads if security in the Persian Gulf was threatened. A U.S. official told The Times that Riyadh could have the nuclear warheads in a matter of days of approaching Islamabad. Pakistan's ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Naeem Khan, was quoted as saying that "Pakistan considers the security of Saudi Arabia not just as a diplomatic or an internal matter but as a personal matter." Naeem also said that the Saudi leadership considered Pakistan and Saudi Arabia to be one country. Any threat to Saudi Arabia is also a threat to Pakistan.[24] Other vendors were also likely to enter into a bidding war if Riyadh indicated that it was seeking nuclear warheads. Both Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have denied the existence of any such agreement.[25] Western intelligence sources have told The Guardian that the Saudi monarchy has paid for up to 60% of the Pakistan's atomic bomb projects and in return has the option to buy five to six nuclear warheads off the shelf.[26]

 

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10 minutes ago, PuzzledToo said:

Military, the ISI which comprises of serving military officers from 3 branches of the military that reports to the PM and the Chief of Army staff, Uncle SAM and not to forget Pakistan's economic lifeline, Saudi Arabia.

 

Officials in the U.S. alliance believe Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have an understanding in which Islamabad would supply the kingdom with warheads if security in the Persian Gulf was threatened. A U.S. official told The Times that Riyadh could have the nuclear warheads in a matter of days of approaching Islamabad. Pakistan's ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Naeem Khan, was quoted as saying that "Pakistan considers the security of Saudi Arabia not just as a diplomatic or an internal matter but as a personal matter." Naeem also said that the Saudi leadership considered Pakistan and Saudi Arabia to be one country. Any threat to Saudi Arabia is also a threat to Pakistan.[24] Other vendors were also likely to enter into a bidding war if Riyadh indicated that it was seeking nuclear warheads. Both Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have denied the existence of any such agreement.[25] Western intelligence sources have told The Guardian that the Saudi monarchy has paid for up to 60% of the Pakistan's atomic bomb projects and in return has the option to buy five to six nuclear warheads off the shelf.[26]

 

Very smart on the part of the Saudis. It's one way of getting around the restriction of not making their own nukes. To be fair, it's quite similar to the relationship between the US and Israel from a defence perspective.

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1 hour ago, shastarSingh said:

Democracy is bad politically.

But in economic domain, it's good?

Richard Wolff suggests that via worker co ops.

What do you say veer ?

It's not beneficial to economy either. We need consensus based selected representatives. 

Worker co ops are great. They work well in any form of government that allows or supports them. Could be a monarchy. 

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2 hours ago, PuzzledToo said:

Military, the ISI which comprises of serving military officers from 3 branches of the military that reports to the PM and the Chief of Army staff, Uncle SAM and not to forget Pakistan's economic lifeline, Saudi Arabia.

 

Officials in the U.S. alliance believe Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have an understanding in which Islamabad would supply the kingdom with warheads if security in the Persian Gulf was threatened. A U.S. official told The Times that Riyadh could have the nuclear warheads in a matter of days of approaching Islamabad. Pakistan's ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Naeem Khan, was quoted as saying that "Pakistan considers the security of Saudi Arabia not just as a diplomatic or an internal matter but as a personal matter." Naeem also said that the Saudi leadership considered Pakistan and Saudi Arabia to be one country. Any threat to Saudi Arabia is also a threat to Pakistan.[24] Other vendors were also likely to enter into a bidding war if Riyadh indicated that it was seeking nuclear warheads. Both Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have denied the existence of any such agreement.[25] Western intelligence sources have told The Guardian that the Saudi monarchy has paid for up to 60% of the Pakistan's atomic bomb projects and in return has the option to buy five to six nuclear warheads off the shelf.[26]

 

 

1 hour ago, MisterrSingh said:

Very smart on the part of the Saudis. It's one way of getting around the restriction of not making their own nukes. To be fair, it's quite similar to the relationship between the US and Israel from a defence perspective.

Funny because that nuclear scenario is part of what I was talking about with the brothers. 

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On 4/7/2022 at 7:46 AM, GurjantGnostic said:

Also please share thoughts on who really runs Pakistan. Our brothers are interested in our thoughts. 

Waheguru Ji runs Pakistan just like Waheguru Ji runs India, America, Congo, China and the rest of the world which is all His’ created by Him and under His HUKAM!

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