Treasure Island

Asif Andalib

(27 November 1967 / Moez Monzil, Komlapur, Faridpur, Bangladesh)

Envy


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  • Allemagne Roßmann (10/3/2012 3:55:00 PM)

    and who knows better envy than muslims in the indian subcontinent-when they were given pakistan at the price of india they failed to realise it more than raping millions of women in bangladesh what it stands today-i know many muslim rape victims mistaken as mulaona or kafir-so they are subjected to be raped-this is islam after all-low caste converted hindus voicing a mouth against caste system in the end got the chance to have a country of their own masses but still problems hang on as it did 40 yrs back for Yahya Khans punjabis in pakistan and bengalees with Mujib.Who are paying the price? -India-with an area less than the size of Bangladesh and Pakistan today Denmark and Norway or Sweden or Finland are richest of countries.Miss Tasleema Nashreen is only a coveted person from BD in Sweden as she is a woman and Christ countries always make hero giving asylum to women members of another third world so that their men can become hero licking their pussies at times.You go there and you would not find a Shahrukh and other Khans in their version of bollywood and a Firdaus, Kamal Hassan in their tollywoods..

    This is the thing the sunnat willies of both the countries -Pak and Bang would never understand masquerading India when there was a chance to be integral part of India only in 1940 and their muslim league would go with an ordinary talent man who made Pakistan-he was no scientific genius-only born in in a feudal family.Same concept runs today.Equality is killed long before it is exercised. (Report) Reply

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