pawan.durani at gmail.com
Wed Aug 29 09:53:09 IST 2007
Your mail deserves only one reply and that is a quote by Samuel Johnson .
It reads as "He that voluntarily continues in ignorance, is guilty of all
the crimes which ignorance produces."
I am sure you are wise enough to *atleast* understand what i mean .
On 8/29/07, M Yousuf <yousufism at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear all
> By now you must be feeling like an abused and tortured lot.
> For sometime now at Reader List I have come across a rather childish
> about Kashmir, Freedom, Azadi, Freedom of speech and expression and
> Jashn-e-Azadi and When The World Remained Silent, the films and a whole
> gamut of hallucinations.
> Some people have been trying consistently to bring the debate some
> But it looks like some others have not been able to leave the realm of
> absurdity and a fetish for just keying in whatever occurs to their rented
> out minds. Aditya Raj Kohli, Rashneek Kher, Kshemendra and Pawan Durrani
> may need to read, listen and see while holding onto their skills to key in
> what appears trapped and recycled thinking.
> Bahut likh liye ab kuch pad bhi lo dosto....aur ho sakey to man ki
> khol ke kuch dekhney ki bhi koshish kar lo....
> People living in Indian occupied Kashmir need and deserve freedom as much
> these blackberry carrying ghosts. These occupied minds need freedom from
> being possessed by everything borrowed. Let me give this group a name.
> initials put together can be a good one. That makes them ARKP.
> ARKPs should be happy in a country which they so much love and defend
> everything about so blindly. They seem to happy about a film that is only
> about them yet do not want to see any other that may be about others
> (Although I personally think that is not what the film at the center of
> DEBATE is all about...but I will leave it to those who's minds eyes are
> enough). Theirs is truth all the way and complete while the other is only
> half truths. Can anybody from the ARKP explain why they cannot feel safe
> the presence of 700000 Indian troops in J&K. They are supposed to be for
> protection of people living in the valley...why can't this small
> also protect the Kashmiris who are in exile IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY. Or do
> want the valley to be cleansed of the current protectees first? May be
> 700000 is a bit too less for the ones already living in the valley and the
> exiled ones put together.
> I met a few Kashmiri muslims recently who have been following the Sarai
> DEBATE. All of them separately told me that the likes of ARKP have been
> doing the same choking act for decades if not centuries inside Kashmir as
> well, the only difference being that it is not effective anymore.
> Well...ARKPs, the fact of the matter is that whatever the circumstances,
> have made your choice by leaving your motherland. and you still can
> the choice of going back and join the ones living in Kashmir...pandits and
> muslims alike. But you may have to accept that the advantages may not be
> same as your parent generations had enjoyed. Will you call that democracy
> terrorism? or Azadi? not everything about Kashmir can be prefixed with the
> state of Pandits anymore.
> And please stop playing victims and victimhood, you will for sure be
> outnumbered by the inhabitants of Kashmir...in a very democratic way.
> Kashmir's real political history has just begun to be written.
> IN THE HOPE THAT YOUR MIND'S EYES WILL STOP BEING BEHOLDEN TO A BORROWED
> Visit Kashmir....you might like it again.
> M Yousuf
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