Disgraced father of Pakistan nuclear ...

Disgraced father of Pakistan nuclear bomb mulls politics

There are 21 comments on the WTAX-AM Springfield story from Aug 31, 2012, titled Disgraced father of Pakistan nuclear bomb mulls politics. In it, WTAX-AM Springfield reports that:

The Pakistani scientist who sold nuclear secrets to Iran, North Korea and Libya, may try his hand at politics to rescue a country he says has become worse than a banana republic.

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john smith

Long Island City, NY

#1 Aug 31, 2012
He is not disgraced the person but the dictator Musharraf has finally been disgraced who wanted to save his corrupt friends generals who tried to sell nuclear technology through him but failed as the so called disgraced father of nuclear bomb never guided them well enough to transfer the tech
Sal

Saint Ives, UK

#2 Aug 31, 2012
Disgraced? no
Radical? no Its the same old same old. Do what the military like and displace the criminals (how ironic). Call him Imran Khan.
Gogobar

Bangkok, Thailand

#3 Sep 1, 2012
It seems everybody and their uncle is trying to rescue this 'banana republic'..! Unfortunately, Pakistan has now degenerated beyond the point of no return. In fact, the only 'progress' being made is in exponentially churning out new mouths to feed each year against a terrifying backdrop of societal instability, widespread corruption, religious extremism and fast dwindling resources. If Imran Khan thinks he has the solution, all power to him. However, empty promises and ground realities before and after elections are 2 different things.

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#4 Sep 1, 2012
Pakistan is a free liberal Forward Looking Nation - We Pakistani Nation will decide who gonna rule or not
harminder

United States

#5 Sep 1, 2012
MOMIN ANSARI wrote:
Pakistan is a free liberal Forward Looking Nation - We Pakistani Nation will decide who gonna rule or not
Jinnah once said -pakistan had been my biggest mistake

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#6 Sep 1, 2012
harminder wrote:
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Jinnah once said -pakistan had been my biggest mistake
Crying will make u feel better my friend
harminder

United States

#7 Sep 1, 2012
MOMIN ANSARI wrote:
<quoted text>Crying will make u feel better my friend
Light rehti hai ghar pe?agar nahi rehte to computer/mobile kaise charge karte paki bhikari ?

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#8 Sep 1, 2012
Pakistan not energy Starved its the Fault in Distribution management System - Some of my friends in Pakistan telling me that (In Cities Like Karachi, Islamabad or Multan) There is no Electricity shortage issue ... the problem areas are only Villages etc or small Towns
harminder

United States

#9 Sep 1, 2012
MOMIN ANSARI wrote:
Pakistan not energy Starved its the Fault in Distribution management System - Some of my friends in Pakistan telling me that (In Cities Like Karachi, Islamabad or Multan) There is no Electricity shortage issue ... the problem areas are only Villages etc or small Towns
Karachi 18 hours no light

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#10 Sep 1, 2012
Whatever, we are not discussing Light or Electricity here

“Free Speech in a Free World ”

Since: May 10

May the Force be with You .

#11 Sep 1, 2012
Sal wrote:
Disgraced? no
Radical? no Its the same old same old. Do what the military like and displace the criminals (how ironic). Call him Imran Khan.
Other than all that ,the guy is a genius that he could drag himself out of the murk of what he describes of Pakistan to be the one who could accomplish so much for his peoples of Pakistan.
Make him President

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#12 Sep 1, 2012
MOMIN ANSARI wrote:
Pakistan is a free liberal Forward Looking Nation - We Pakistani Nation will decide who gonna rule or not
Rule what,a country at war with itself
That'd why so many want to leave it .
harminder

United States

#14 Sep 1, 2012
Neville Thompson wrote:
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Rule what,a country at war with itself
That'd why so many want to leave it .
Most pakis hate each other

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#15 Sep 1, 2012
MOMIN ANSARI wrote:
Whatever, we are not discussing Light or Electricity here
Why not ?

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#16 Sep 1, 2012
Many Pakistanis believe that a country they are living is just need little push and am seeing that Positivity when i talk with Pakistani Origin People here in Berne

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#17 Sep 1, 2012
Pakistan is finished...totally,absolutely!

No doubt at all!
Gogobar

Bangkok, Thailand

#18 Sep 1, 2012
MOMIN ANSARI wrote:
Whatever, we are not discussing Light or Electricity here
Harminder is just citing one burning example of ineptitude, mismanagement,corruption, etc... of dysfunctional leadership in Pakistan. And he is absolutely correct. And this problem is going to get worse with a runaway population growth, drying up rivers, massive T&D losses, crumbling infrastructure.
Gogobar

Bangkok, Thailand

#19 Sep 1, 2012
MOMIN ANSARI wrote:
Many Pakistanis believe that a country they are living is just need little push and am seeing that Positivity when i talk with Pakistani Origin People here in Berne
Those Pakis are probably the type like you; living in their insulated, cocoon-like bungalows conveniently away from the abject poverty and maddening masses of inner city life or the rural areas.
Over high tea, you and your cronies reassure yourselves that: "..just need little push....then everything will just be fine and dandy" LOL, you guys can't even drive in lane or refuse to queue up in an orderly fashion !
Gogobar

Bangkok, Thailand

#21 Sep 2, 2012
MOMIN ANSARI wrote:
Pakistan not energy Starved its the Fault in Distribution management System - Some of my friends in Pakistan telling me that (In Cities Like Karachi, Islamabad or Multan) There is no Electricity shortage issue ... the problem areas are only Villages etc or small Towns
Being an low-tech agrarian economy, the majority of Pakistan's population is still in rural areas. And go to the inner cities of those metropolises you've mentioned; people there are suffering from not only long hours of electricity loadshedding, but also having no gas and water ! Either your friends don't exist, or are plain lying, or simply residing in upmarket sequestered housing schemes which don't face loadshedding in the same way that the average Joe does.

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#22 Sep 2, 2012
Gogobar wrote:
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Those Pakis are probably the type like you; living in their insulated, cocoon-like bungalows conveniently away from the abject poverty and maddening masses of inner city life or the rural areas.
Over high tea, you and your cronies reassure yourselves that: "..just need little push....then everything will just be fine and dandy" LOL, you guys can't even drive in lane or refuse to queue up in an orderly fashion !
Do they get cream cakes with their high tea ?

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