Aditya Raj Kaul
adityarajkaul at gmail.com
Wed Aug 29 10:12:56 IST 2007
People like Yousf are the trouble creaters everywere. Not a single sentense
of his e-mails makes sense. This makes me realise of his poor knowledge of
history and as well current affairs. He is just living inside his four walls
and at the most his sight will go to his playground; his vision cannot go
beyond that. So, he just wants to keep dreaming of Aazadi without
understanding anything or applying brains. Debates on such serious issues
can't be carried out with such communal charecters. I wish he could read
more before jumping into this discussiong just to prove he knows not a bit
what he is talking.
Your mail is to be ignored for your sick mentality and indescent language. I
replied because I felt pity at your current state.
Please be carefull while writing or quoting names. My name is Aditya Raj
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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