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Benazir Bhutto Assasinated
Posted 12/27/07
It seems the world rejects idealists and those that pursue peace. It's nothing new. The human race waltz to their own destruction.
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Posted 12/27/07

vajmichael wrote:

It seems the world rejects idealists and those that pursue peace. It's nothing new. The human race waltz to their own destruction.


Sadly, you are right.
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Posted 12/27/07
It was Musharraf who had her killed. Benazir Bhutto[God Bless Her] was a candidate for the Presidency in Pakistan and she was on a very good level. Meaning, she had higher chances of gaining that position than Musharraf had of keeping it. So, obviously, he was the only one to gain from her death. If she had won the election, she would've changed Pakistan for the better. Musharraf, that bastard has poisoned Pakistan. He's getting paid for it so he doesn't give a shit....

[i cried when they talked about Benazir Bhutto's assassination ]...


okay India...time to invade Pakistan...go for it we'd rather be part of india than stay under Musharraf's control!!!

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The gov't was responsible for Benazir Bhutto's safety, and the gov't is under Musharraf's control. It was clearly obvious that they didn't give her enough safety, which leads back to Musharraf being the reason for her death.

She had made so many changes to the world...and she was only 54! President of Pakistan twice in a row and was going on for the 3rd time and this happens....:tears:
Posted 12/27/07
Just vent it out. No need to pursue some sort of retaliatory action. It's that kind of mindset that has become so cancerous to mankind.

Ahimsa, please.
Posted 12/27/07
ppl say "who cares" don't know wuts happening to our world.
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Posted 12/27/07

vajmichael wrote:

Just vent it out. No need to pursue some sort of retaliatory action. It's that kind of mindset that has become so cancerous to mankind.

Ahimsa, please.


If Pakistan doesn't retaliate towards Musharrafs army than they're digging their own grave. I'm in the u.s. but hate to see my country fall like this. Now that Benazir Bhutto has passed away, the only chance of democracy in Pakistan has left with her. The only thing left to do for Pakistan is that the civilians should get together and revolt towards the army....[which is how musharraf is keeping control on pakistan, with his army]

i think in this situation, retaliating isn't a wrong choice...
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Posted 12/27/07
Security in pakistan is so bad
Posted 12/27/07
I think that's what whoever is behind the assassination wants and thats for a retaliatory action. So when the retaliation starts, the other party has the right to use armed force. That's how I see it. It could be that there is even a third party involved but these things you never know.

Anyway, there should be better ways of handling this I think. I suppose a person familiar with the political situation might have a better analysis of how to go about it.
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Posted 12/27/07

shabeesaysstfu wrote:

It was Musharraf who had her killed. Benazir Bhutto[God Bless Her] was a candidate for the Presidency in Pakistan and she was on a very good level. Meaning, she had higher chances of gaining that position than Musharraf had of keeping it. So, obviously, he was the only one to gain from her death. If she had won the election, she would've changed Pakistan for the better. Musharraf, that bastard has poisoned Pakistan. He's getting paid for it so he doesn't give a shit....

[i cried when they talked about Benazir Bhutto's assassination ]...


okay India...time to invade Pakistan...go for it we'd rather be part of india than stay under Musharraf's control!!!

Edit:
The gov't was responsible for Benazir Bhutto's safety, and the gov't is under Musharraf's control. It was clearly obvious that they didn't give her enough safety, which leads back to Musharraf being the reason for her death.

She had made so many changes to the world...and she was only 54! President of Pakistan twice in a row and was going on for the 3rd time and this happens....:tears:


I agree with you, but wasnt she a Prime Minister? Anywways, it was really sad when I heard the news, I was shocked. She was an ideal person, and truly a great one, and she couldve done more great things!

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shabeesaysstfu wrote:


vajmichael wrote:

Just vent it out. No need to pursue some sort of retaliatory action. It's that kind of mindset that has become so cancerous to mankind.

Ahimsa, please.


If Pakistan doesn't retaliate towards Musharrafs army than they're digging their own grave. I'm in the u.s. but hate to see my country fall like this. Now that Benazir Bhutto has passed away, the only chance of democracy in Pakistan has left with her. The only thing left to do for Pakistan is that the civilians should get together and revolt towards the army....[which is how musharraf is keeping control on pakistan, with his army]

i think in this situation, retaliating isn't a wrong choice...


This is like what happened to the Philippines during the Marcos Regime. The president was trying to become a dictator, but then the people convinced him to do a reelection, a potential candidate who was also exiled from Philippines, just like Bhutto was assassinated. For me, this is like experiencing same sad experience again, but then all of the people in Philippines revolted and became the legendary People's Power that somehow stopped Marcos... Well actually there were more to it, but the thing is, the people became united and went against the president. It was a great event in Philippines.
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Posted 12/27/07
well when i heard the fisrt attempt killed hundreds of her supporters...well if i was her i will never go back not just for my safety but for the people also..
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Posted 12/27/07

mikomiko123 wrote:


shabeesaysstfu wrote:

It was Musharraf who had her killed. Benazir Bhutto[God Bless Her] was a candidate for the Presidency in Pakistan and she was on a very good level. Meaning, she had higher chances of gaining that position than Musharraf had of keeping it. So, obviously, he was the only one to gain from her death. If she had won the election, she would've changed Pakistan for the better. Musharraf, that bastard has poisoned Pakistan. He's getting paid for it so he doesn't give a shit....

[i cried when they talked about Benazir Bhutto's assassination ]...


okay India...time to invade Pakistan...go for it we'd rather be part of india than stay under Musharraf's control!!!

Edit:
The gov't was responsible for Benazir Bhutto's safety, and the gov't is under Musharraf's control. It was clearly obvious that they didn't give her enough safety, which leads back to Musharraf being the reason for her death.

She had made so many changes to the world...and she was only 54! President of Pakistan twice in a row and was going on for the 3rd time and this happens....:tears:


I agree with you, but wasnt she a Prime Minister? Anywways, it was really sad when I heard the news, I was shocked. She was an ideal person, and truly a great one, and she couldve done more great things!



yea. same difference. She controlled Pakistan and wanted what was best for the country. Even if her past position wasnt all that good for the country, she had kept Pakistan safer than how Musharraf is keeping it. Atleast Pakistan didnt go into emergency alert while she was in position.
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Posted 12/27/07
It really is too bad that she died.... she was a good person, in my opinion...
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Posted 12/27/07
its depressing when you realize that good people like her die and terrible people survive, but it happens alot
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Posted 12/27/07
shes cool she standing up for the women
well, I'm very sad to here what has happned to her
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Posted 12/27/07
I really want to see what happens from here. Killing a leader is always unpredictable, everything can come from that. I hope it works to revitalize democratic and feminine forces, because it's sad enough that figures like her lose her life as for her death to do no difference to her cause.
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