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Bravo!

An unusual little back page story

When they forced their way into Miss Kausar’s home, her father Noor Mohammad refused their demands and was attacked. His daughter was hiding under a bed when she heard him crying as the gunmen thrashed him with sticks. According to police, she ran towards her father’s attacker and struck him with an axe. As he collapsed, she snatched his AK47 and shot him dead. She also shot and wounded another militant as he made his escape.

Sweet. The world needs more people like Rukhsana Kausar.

And an addition ‘bravo’ to all the people across the globe to held up the Mighty Forks and protested the obscene ‘celebrations’ of the sixtieth anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party taking power.

Fight the power.

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5 comments to Bravo!

  • Now that was inspiring!

  • Paul Marks

    Agreed.

  • Paul Marks

    As for China – and the celebration of a regime that has murdered more people (tens of millions of people) than any other in the history of the world.

    One other English language station apart from Fox News expressed doubts – at least one other station that I came upon.

    Indian television – NDTV.

    It reported that ordinary people in Peking were ordered to stay away from the celebrations and watch on television – “in case their were protests”.

    In short the crowds were made up of stooges – as artificial as the people marching.

    And NDTV concentrated on the weaponry on display such as the missiles (with their nuke warheads) pointing both at India and the United States (although Barack Obama seems to think that China is his friend – although of course the Chinese regime could well be friendly towards him, as both he and it share a hatred of the United States).

    Indian television also regularly reports on how the Chinese regime arms and trains Communist terrorists operating in India (the Naxalites and so on).

    The Indian Airforce only today asked for official permission to go into action against the Maoist Naxals (for the last few years the Chinese regime has allowed private enterprise at home – but that does not stop it supporting Maoism in other countries, indeed the paradox is that capitalism has given the Chinese regime the economic strength to spread Maoist terrorism and war more effectively than Mao ever could).

    Of course the Western media also ignore the fact that large parts of India are in a de facto state of war – that would undermine the narrative about peaceful Asia.

    A vast Communist warmachine (financed by Capitalism) in China dedicated to the destruction of the West. And endless war in “peaceful” India.

    Things the Western “mainstream” media ignore.

  • Verity

    What a totally fine individual who puts family first. I liked the gun bit, although I wasn’t averse to the axe bit, either.

  • Nuke Gray

    In the reports reaching Australia, he had declared that he was going to marry her, whatever her own wishes. I’ll bet he’s having second thoughts now!