Pakistan Being Pushed to Denuclearisation by U.S & India?

Cash gk

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"Residing Abroad, Ruling at Home: Pakistan's Leaders' Compromised Allegiance"
In any normal country, the notion of political leaders, military generals, and judges choosing to reside in foreign countries while governing their own would be deemed unthinkable, if not outright scandalous. However, in Pakistan, this peculiar practice has become all too common, raising serious concerns about loyalty, integrity, and national security.

Across the globe, the residence of top government officials in their own country is not just an expectation but a fundamental aspect of leadership. The idea that those entrusted with the responsibility of governance should live among their constituents, sharing in their joys and sorrows, is a cornerstone of democratic governance. Yet, in Pakistan, this principle appears to have been inverted.

For decades, it has been observed that influential figures in Pakistani politics, the military, and the judiciary, along with their families, maintain residences in what are often considered hostile or foreign countries. This practice, far from being an anomaly, has become normalized within the political landscape of Pakistan.

What are the implications of this peculiar practice? Firstly, it raises questions about where the allegiance of these leaders truly lies. How can one claim to serve the interests of Pakistan while residing thousands of miles away in a foreign land? The disconnect between the rulers and the ruled becomes glaringly apparent, eroding trust and confidence in the leadership.

Moreover, the security risks associated with this practice cannot be overstated. In a world where geopolitical tensions abound, the potential for external influence, coercion, or compromise is ever-present. Leaders residing abroad, along with their families, become vulnerable targets for manipulation, posing a serious threat to the sovereignty and security of Pakistan.

Furthermore, this practice perpetuates a culture of impunity and entitlement within the ruling elite. By flouting norms of governance and accountability, these leaders signal to the public that they are above scrutiny and immune to consequences. This erodes the very foundation of democracy and undermines the rule of law.

It is high time for Pakistan to break free from this cycle of complacency and complicity. The normalization of leaders residing abroad while governing Pakistan is not just abnormal; it is a sin against the principles of democracy, accountability, and national security. The people of Pakistan deserve leaders who are fully committed to their well-being, residing within the country's borders, and accountable to their constituents.

As citizens, it is incumbent upon us to demand transparency, accountability, and a recommitment to national interests from our leaders. We must reject this peculiar practice and strive to uphold the values of democracy, integrity, and sovereignty that are essential for the progress and prosperity of Pakistan.
 

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Useless hysteria. No one can forcefully denuclearize a nuclear country. There is no way to undo the nuclear breakthroughs achieved. Infact, it will be very hard to ensure all nuclear fuel has been taken away from Pakistan. Once a country has built nuclear weapons, no one can take that knowledge away.
What about buying those who have knowledge and authority? What about offering 50B USD to Pakistani rulers to handover all the secret? Will they reject 50B USD ? I think there is 50-50 chances.
 

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I don't think Pakistan will ever end, what will the military do without the country, they will keep your people busy with India, Taliban, Iran, and something stupid to keep them poor and ready to eat grass for pride. unless you get a strong leader who can fight for common ppl, IMF will remain your best friend forever and you will always keep looking for a sugar daddy like the USA, China, Turkey, and Saudis
People are no longer interested - the greatest blow to that usual narrative has been social media.
Awareness is extremely high among the middle class which truly are the pillars of the country’s economy and in this case they have decided to basically ignore the existence of the state or military and just try to survive long enough to leave Pakistan.

To many of them Pakistan being there or not being there is increasingly irrelevant so long as they can continue to do their business as usual.
 

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Bajwa openly surrendered to hindutva forces, but was he thrown out by the patriots of the jamedar force through an internal custodial revolt?
Where he lives nowadays? Is he in Pakistan or left?
 

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What about buying those who have knowledge and authority? What about offering 50B USD to Pakistani rulers to handover all the secret? Will they reject 50B USD ? I think there is 50-50 chances.
No matter how much money you offer, you can never change a whole beaurocracies intentions especially when you have no means of verifying. How do you verify that entire information has been destroyed? There is no definite way. Someone somewhere in the deep state can keep the information.

This is why all nuclear weapons denial regimes work on denying fissile material first and foremost. Knowhow is very hard to control.
 

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You can clearly see how conflicted and disturbed ex-servicemen are by this Bajwa and Munir duo, their polices and hooligan behavior. Unfortunately all deserving generals are now forced to retire and only crackheads become chiefs!
 

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What about buying those who have knowledge and authority? What about offering 50B USD to Pakistani rulers to handover all the secret? Will they reject 50B USD ? I think there is 50-50 chances.
They'll do it for much cheaper. For $50bn, they'll sell you the whole God forsaken enterprise and discretely walk away.
 

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No matter how much money you offer, you can never change a whole beaurocracies intentions especially when you have no means of verifying. How do you verify that entire information has been destroyed? There is no definite way. Someone somewhere in the deep state can keep the information.

This is why all nuclear weapons denial regimes work on denying fissile material first and foremost. Knowhow is very hard to control.
Oh bhai Pehlay apni qaum bana leen…..te fir gal kaddeen on how to safe guard state secrets on jump drives n SD cards….when outside powers dismantle yous no?

Can’t you see what happened to Iraq? To Libya? To Syria?….saddam must go? Qazzafi must go? Assad must go? Imran must go? Mian sahb must go? Oh Khuda da khauf kar paee….

We’re next! If we screw up. So easy to dismantle us no? We’re almost there too…..it will be a miracle if we survive as a country.
 
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"Residing Abroad, Ruling at Home: Pakistan's Leaders' Compromised Allegiance"

Sadly, this mindset is prevalent even amongst the supposed reformers.

I lost much respect for Imran Khan when he appointed Moeed Yusuf, a green card holder, as Pakistan's National Security Advisor (NSA). Here is a man who has signed legal documents affirming his intention to make his future in the US, and Imran Khan gave him the keys to Pakistan's top security information.

He couldn't find one single qualified person amongst Pakistan's 220 million people and had to go all the way to the US to hire a green card holder!
 

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Sadly, this mindset is prevalent even amongst the supposed reformers.

I lost much respect for Imran Khan when he appointed Moeed Yusuf, a green card holder, as Pakistan's National Security Advisor (NSA). Here is a man who has signed legal documents affirming his intention to make his future in the US, and Imran Khan gave him the keys to Pakistan's top security information.

He couldn't find one single qualified person amongst Pakistan's 220 million people and had to go all the way to the US to hire a green card holder!
Then he appointed sania nister the woman of absolute talent look what she did… one women was behind whole success of COVID-19 programme.
 

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Then he appointed sania nister the woman of absolute talent look what she did… one women was behind whole success of COVID-19 programme.

I have no idea who is Sania Nister and what she did, but that is besides the point (and the gist of this thread).

Even as an overseas Pakistani, I found IK administration's courtship of, and the arrogance of, overseas Pakistanis distasteful. He had 220 million people to run the country yet he behaved as if they were feral children incapable of running their own affairs and overseas Pakistanis were the God sent saviors.
 

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