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{SmB}IcelanDick

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#1 10 years ago

Be thankful for the peace in your own lives today. Pakistan has none.

BBC NEWS | South Asia | Benazir Bhutto killed in attack




[8th] Wise

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#2 10 years ago

Yup. This has the potential to deteriorate Pakistan into utter chaos. Bhutto was an extremely brave woman to defy the death threats made by all the extremist groups. This time, however, she wasn't so fortunate. Sadly, many Pakistanis were killed in this assassination, and previous assassination attempts.




Thorondor123

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#3 10 years ago

She was my favourite Pakistani opposition politican :(




stylie

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#4 10 years ago
'[8th Wise;4117257']Yup. This has the potential to deteriorate Pakistan into utter chaos. Bhutto was an extremely brave woman to defy the death threats made by all the extremist groups. This time, however, she wasn't so fortunate. Sadly, many Pakistanis were killed in this assassination, and previous assassination attempts.

130 civilians killed in the last attempt... Why continue with public appearances when it jeopardizes the attendees :confused:




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#5 10 years ago
stylie;4117283130 civilians killed in the last attempt... Why continue with public appearances when it jeopardizes the attendees :confused:

I have no idea. Maybe she expected martyrdom to accomplish more than she could alive and kept up the appearances until it happened.

Canada is like another planet. My biggest worries right now are whether the new chick in the gym will go out for dinner and when I'll be able to get Guitar Hero 3 for my PS3. I go shopping and don't worry about standing next to someone with a too-bulky jacket. I've been to a football game and stood next to the Premier and I could have shook his hand and complained about the offense with him.

So I my opinion means nothing when the question is "Why go out in public when you know you, your friends, and supporters will be killed."




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#6 10 years ago

Don't tell me none of you expected this to happen... From day one I knew she was already dead, she just didn't know it yet. Then there was the first attempt since she was back which just made it more realistic. This time they got her.

You live in a screwed up country you risk death every day. Why bother worrying about it.




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#7 10 years ago

She knew about, do you think she was that ignorant? tsk tsk, she knew well what she was getting into. Maybe now the Pakistani people will be less tolerant towards terrorism and the terrorists themselves. Sad day indeed?




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#8 10 years ago
Stray03;4117806Don't tell me none of you expected this to happen... From day one I knew she was already dead, she just didn't know it yet.

Where were you?!? You should not have given up your superpowers. You could have saved her!!!




JohnWalker

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#9 10 years ago
stylie;4117283130 civilians killed in the last attempt... Why continue with public appearances when it jeopardizes the attendees :confused:

And what would she have acopmlished by letting the threat of death control her? As for the attendees, I don't think they were any more ignorant or any less willing to stand up for their belief's in the face of terror and violence. Most of us in stable democracies would scoff at the ideal of risking our lives to let the world know we support a politician, but I feel it's a different case over there.




Zoo_MotorPool

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#10 10 years ago

If your country is like that one, trust me, you will! In my country this happens once:

Jakarta riots of May 1998 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

On western countries, he once said this after did the same thing:

Sic Semper Tyrannis! So, it is probably how good people died. Lincoln also led his people to a more bigger death toll, the war itself. So why did you said that "most of us in stable democracies would scoff at the ideal of risking our lives..."?

US is more than 300 years old, but most of new born South Asian countries are at least 60-70 years old.