It seems that not all politicians are willing to bend the knee for the savagery of Islam and the Indian politician featured in this piece that I was sent by one of this blog’s correspondents (thanks you know who you are) certainly seems to be more than willing to call out the savagery of Pakistan. If only other politicians in other nations would be so robust when it comes to dealing with the various nests of savagery aka Islamic nations that exist in and trouble this unhappy world.
In an impassioned speech to the United Nations General Assembly on the 23rd September 2017 the Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj asked why while India is developing as a nation and fighting poverty, all Pakistan wants to do is to fight Indians? Ms Swaraj outlined the many schemes that the Indian government has instituted to reduce poverty and increase development and contrasted this peaceful path to the violent paths so often followed by the Muslim Pakistanis. Although Ms Swaraj didn’t phrase it as I would do she did seem to recognise that yes, Pakistan really is a violent Islamic shithole and has been so for many many years.
In her speech to the UN which was carried by the Hindu newspaper, Ms Swaraj said:
We are completely engaged in fighting poverty; alas, our neighbour Pakistan seems only engaged in fighting us. On Thursday, from this dais, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahid Khakan Abbasi wasted rather too much of his speech in making accusations against us. He accused India of State-sponsored terrorism, and of violating human rights. Those listening had only one observation: “Look who’s talking!” A country that has been the world’s greatest exporter of havoc, death and inhumanity became a champion of hypocrisy by preaching about humanity from this podium.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister claimed that his nation’s founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah had bequeathed a foreign policy based on peace and friendship. I would like to remind him that while it remains open to question whether Jinnah Sahab actually advocated such principles, what is beyond doubt is that India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has, from the moment he took his oath of office, offered the hand of peace, and friendship. Pakistan’s Prime Minister must answer why his nation spurned this offer.
Prime Minister Abbasi has recalled old resolutions that have been long overtaken by events. But his memory has conveniently failed him where it matters. He has forgotten that under the Shimla Agreement and the Lahore Declaration India and Pakistan resolved that they would settle all outstanding issues bilaterally. The reality is that Pakistan’s politicians remember everything, manipulate memory into a convenience. They are masters at “forgetting” facts that destroy their version.
Ms Swaraj has aimed some pretty accurate and honest kicks at the ‘Terrorstan’ Pakistani state. Later in her speech she said:
I would like today to tell Pakistan’s politicians just this much, that perhaps the wisest thing they could do is to look within. India and Pakistan became free within hours of each other. Why is it that today India is a recognised IT superpower in the world, and Pakistan is recognised only as the pre-eminent export factory for terror?
India has risen despite being the principal destination of Pakistan s nefarious export of terrorism. There have been many governments under many parties during 70 years of Indian freedom, for we have been a sustained democracy. Every government has done its bit for India’s development. We have marched ahead, consistently, without pause, in Education, Health and across the range of human welfare. We established scientific and technical institutions which are the pride of the world. But what has Pakistan offered to the world and indeed to its own people apart from terrorism? We produced scholars, doctors, engineers. What have you produced? You have produced terrorists. Doctors save people from death; terrorists send them to death. If Pakistan had spent on its development what it has spent on developing terror, both Pakistan and the world would be safer and better-off today.
I applaud Ms Swaraj for being so honest about what is the main terrorist problem in the region the jihad promoters and religious fascists of Pakistan. I don’t agree with some of her other points such as those on the reality of man made climate change nor do I agree with her that it is possible to reform the United Nations, but on the subject of Pakistan she is dead right. Both Hindu majority India and Muslim majority Pakistan became independent of Britain within hours of each other, but their paths could not be more different. India has become a great power with a respect for education and learning and is becoming an economic beacon for the region. Pakistan on the other hand has produced nothing apart from terrorists and rapists, misery for its people, instability in the region and constant sense of being under threat of violence for its neighbour India. Pakistan truly is the armpit of the world and the turd that refuses to flush no matter how many times the chain is pulled. Ms Sawaraj has told the world what the rest of us who observe Pakistan can see and that is that the problems afflicting the Indian sub continential region are caused by the hatred and violence coming from the Islamic hell hole that is Pakistan.
Transcript of the speech by the Indian Foreign Minister to the UN General Assembly
Video of the speech in Ms Swaraj’s own language from an Indian source