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Blogging Balochistan
Tuesday, 26 April 2005

i agree that there might be some Baloch who speak as if common sense is an extinct quality, but here is a prime quality gibberish coming out from this punjabi guy.
Read and Enjoy:


Just like all non-punjabi's, you respond with jealousy. We punjabi's have heard your arguments over and over and over. It results from jealousy of being inferior in physique, war skills, stamina and strength of mind and body.

The fact is my good sir San, you and your kind dont have the guts to say what you have said or say behind a punabi's back TO OUR FACE.

Punjabi's are the backbone of Punjab, Pakistan and India. And YOU KNOW IT.

We find non punjabi's to be weak of mind, weak of body, inferior in the art of war, geekish and nerdy, who shake in their knees when facing us in physical battle. That's why whenever India and Pakistan have fought, it is Punjabi's who are at the forefront. AND YOU KNOW IT. That's why you're preparing a foolish response now with trembling body hahahaha.

You can respond, but I'm not going to read it. You are a fool.

BY THE WAY, nice slaps you recived by ABC and a certain Mr. AK
HAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA (go back to that topic to read what I'm talking about)

ABC pulled your trousers over your head with the explanation of the 1852 Mutiny, when you decided to say that hindu's dont eat beef for some odd reaons starting in the 50's and 60's.

A Punjabi would at least get his facts right!!!

Again, respond all you want, I dont want to get into a debate with an inferior mind, so I'm not coming back. A Punjabi is always doing something usefull you southie indian fool.



Great!! isn't it??

Posted by Gedroshian at 8:13 AM EDT
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Friday, 22 April 2005
My take on Daily Mashriq incident!!!
A few days back, the office of Daily Mashriq was attacked by few 'unknown' gunmen. They threatened the editor, smashed a few tables, and such. That got the climate hot there in Quetta. Rallies were organized. Attack on Freedom of Press was denounced..etc.

Now, the word is out that those 'unknown' guys might have been our guys..i.e. Bugtis. Since that day, Daily Aasap has published stories about how the foreigner (Punjabi, panahgir) media in Balochistan has been working against Baloch and balochistan.

I totally agree with that. Dailies Mashriq, Jang, and Nawa-e-Waqt are agents of the Pakistan in Balochistan. Never had any good thing to say about Baloch, but are full of things derogatory to Baloch.

BUT...they should be countered appropriately...not by thrashing their offices, but by answering them. I cannot agree with sending armed men to newspaper offices. We should fight the Paki army with our rockets, and the pakis writers with the pen.

OK, we know these newspapers are supported by Govt. money. What is stopping us from supporting our newspapers?? Right now, we rely on borrowed support from a few balochophile writers in Paki media (Najam sethi, Rashid Rahman, Haqqani..ect).

Shouldn't we have our own media outlets?? when will our leaders start thinking about this front in the war of our freedom?

Posted by Gedroshian at 2:51 PM EDT
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Thank You West!!

...for rejecting the Haqs and Modis of this region...

Now, start rejecting dictators, too.

Posted by Gedroshian at 2:51 PM EDT
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Thursday, 21 April 2005
A Pakistani leader Vs A Pakistani leader
Small File... only 900 KB.... For those who understand urdu... not going to tell you what it says.... enjoy.

Posted by Gedroshian at 1:45 PM EDT
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Tuesday, 19 April 2005
Listen to these guys!!
Sana Zehri: There are 16 sardars under me.

Fateh M. Hasni: My tribe is the biggest tribe in Balochistan.

Posted by Gedroshian at 11:38 AM EDT
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Sunday, 17 April 2005
Afsos pa Mir Hazar ra

Posted by Gedroshian at 1:15 PM EDT
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Here is the story of Zubaida Jalal. I guess you will just have to ignore the little peices like " It was a local tradition that unmarried girls should only wear dark blue clothes with a black chaddor."....etc.

Posted by Gedroshian at 11:16 AM EDT
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A comment on paki politics
What is next for Musharraf??

Check the similarities between him, and Zia ul haq.

• Both are Army Generals.
• Both were made COAS after superseding other deserving Generals.
• Both imprisoned the persons who made them COAS.
• Both had their own muslim Leagues.
• Both had sham referendums.
• Both became darling of the west because of 'Afghanistan'.
• Both thought they were there because God wanted them there.
• Both hobnobbed with religious parties.
• Both usurped power, citing reasons: ‘bad politicians’ and ‘national security’.
• Both totally disrespected the constitution.
• Both did the cricket diplomacy thing.

Mr. Musharraf, please do not accept a gift of mango crates in your airplane.

Posted by Gedroshian at 10:51 AM EDT
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Friday, 15 April 2005
Time to own Up our owns???
Most of us who care about things happening in Balochistan know that the leadership of BSO (United) has been kidnapped (not arrested) by the thugs of ISI in Karachi. It has been three weeks now, but they haven't been produced before any court. Like so many other young nationalist Baloch before them, nobody can guarantee whether they are alive today or their bodies have been dumped somewhere by those who know no mercy or compassion.

Dr. Imdad is one of the only few sincere people in Baloch politics, who have genuine ideas for our Balochistan.

Now, we know that no humane or political method can bring those kidnapped ones out of the grip of the rascals. A few demonstrations in Quetta, or Turbat isn't going to change the minds, nor legal deliberations in courts can produce any result. So, what should be done??

I would like BLA/ BLF to own these and others (Hassan Marri, Waryam Bugti, etc) arrested by Pakis, as our owns. There is no need to deny it any more. Once we accept that, normal guerrilla warfare tactics can be used for good effect.

One of the common one (used by all insurgencies) is counter-kidnapping. We kidnap a few army jawans, or civvies (I would love to see Shoaib Nusherwani bound and gagged on TV) and ask them to free ours in return.

I know, such an step means coming out in open. but i feel, it might be the right time to do that. BLA cannot remain a 'shadowy' organization for long.

How else are we going to tell our comrades that all isn't lost, once they get arrested?

Posted by Gedroshian at 9:07 AM EDT
Updated: Thursday, 21 April 2005 1:49 PM EDT
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Tuesday, 12 April 2005
The Latest Revelation
Musharraf: The Real Baloch are with the Government.

Can't really comment on such amazing sayings coming direct from the savior, himself.

Posted by Gedroshian at 1:59 PM EDT
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Jamali's shame!!
No, i am not talking about Zafarullah The Huge. There is a letter from a sardar Masoud Jamali in today's Daily Times. He is really worried about the national installations. He writes:
Sui security

Sir: There was a report published in the papers that according to the four-point government-Bugti formula, curbs would be lifted, troops withdrawn, the annual fund for tribes increased, and Sui workers reinstated. This was done because Sardar Akbar Bugti took responsibility for the security of the gas installations in Sui.

However, another report stated that two bombs exploded on a railway line linking Quetta with Zahidan, damaging a section of the track. And another reported that massive devastation was averted when security forces discovered a huge cache of bombs planted near an oil-tanker stand close to the Chaman bypass.

There are reports that Bugti has 5,000 armed men, and 700 commandos for terror operations. Sardars Mengal and Marri also have about 11,000 people in their private armies for acts of sabotage.

Who is behind the railways track blast? Who will take responsibility for the security of other areas in Balochistan?
Rojhan Jamali

Bugti has got commandos??? This is an absolutely great news. I thought we, baloch, are left with old enfileds in our hands, and courage in our hearts to fight for our freedom, but Bugti has commandos?? Here , i got a picture of a Bugti commando for this Jamali boy.

Posted by Gedroshian at 1:27 PM EDT
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Saturday, 9 April 2005
A Job opporutniy
Keefe believes that no one at the National Security Agency speaks Balochi

A thought: Should i send my resume there?

Posted by Gedroshian at 8:19 AM EDT
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Counting the dead
JWP lists 61 casualties in Dera Bugti clash

Bugti is going after the money.

Posted by Gedroshian at 8:00 AM EDT
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Friday, 8 April 2005
So, what happened???
That was all??? a storm in a cup??? where did those well-wishers (or bad -wishers) of Balochistan go? that was all the stamina we had? Balochistan is out of news.

Was it all because of nawab Bugti's DEAL? The rockets at kahan, Kolhu are still being fired, but aren't getting any attention nowadays. Nawab Bugti not only stole the limelight, he actually hijacked the baloch case. I, as a Baloch, will be most ashamed if Nawab Bugti accepts a sum for those killed in Dera Bugti. My nation will be forever called a 'murda forosh'.

Musharraf told the sardars that they can only speak for their own tribes, which Bugti has, it looks like, accepted. Now, he is talking only about 17th March Dera Bugti battle. If every sardar speaks for his own tribe, who will speak for Balochistan?? Balochistan will be dumb, and thats what Musharraf wants.

I can only hope that this is a lull before the storm. I pray.

Posted by Gedroshian at 3:57 PM EDT
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Wednesday, 6 April 2005
Sindhis support us
Though i am not a big fan of Sindhi support for Balochistan (i consider Sindhi timidness one of the reason that we are where we are today), a poll at a Sindhi Web magazine considers 'autonomy' the solution of the problem of Balochistan.


Posted by Gedroshian at 10:46 AM EDT
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Tuesday, 5 April 2005
I would like to declare here that I am not, in any way, associated with

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Tuesday, 29 March 2005
I wrote this on October 05, 2003 about Bugti. i think it is very much applicable even today, so here i present it to you.


Can there ever be two sides of what this man, nawab Akbar shahbaz khan bugti, has been or has done to Balochistan? He is one of those larger-than-life figures. But what will baloch history say about him? He is old, he will soon die. Does he deserve to be adorned or condemned, after he dies?

This guy has been there, leading and misleading bugtis, since some 50+ years. What does he has to show today? The last time that I checked, Dera Bugti was still a little dirty ugly town in eastern balochistan, bugtis poorer than ever, his sons/ grandsons typical nawabzaadas, and baloch as a whole more than down-trodden.

So, if u rule a place/ people for fifty years, and in the end, they r still what they were, do u really have a reason to be proud?

Some say he gets the gas royalty. Of course, he does. and he takes it all for himself. But that's ok. he can't be expected to be a saint.

I m told, though not sure, that he accepted Pakistan, when guaranteed that he would remain the nawab.

He was the Governor/ or CM of Balochistan, when Paki Army was operating in Balochistan. I mean what other proof one needs to be assured that this man has different concepts of baloch and balochistan than what many of us have.

But, for Pakistan, he is the one they can neither swallow, nor spit out. He is the last man standing of those old balochi sardars. The rest of the group, Mengal and Marri have lost the glint long ago. Once this guy is gone, Balochistan is an open and closed case.

BUT, i m still willing to be his dog, if he starts doing something for Balochistan now, not for himself or bugtis. I will follow him, if that will lead me anywhere near an Azad Balochistan.

In Short, the guy is as bad as it gets, but he is also as bad for the enemy too.


Posted by Gedroshian at 2:02 PM EST
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Sunday, 27 March 2005
I am on paltalk, and i am loving it

At paltalk, there are a few anti-baloch groups. and Oh, they are good. If you get a chance, please hear them out. I have been recording most of what they say, and am trying to make a nice collection. I will see if i can upload a few nice sample from the talk.

From bad sardars, to uneducated baloch, to Indian agents, to droping the atom bomb on baloch, you get it all there.

Now i understand why Pakistanis hate baloch. They read such types of articles on Urdu websites.

Posted by Gedroshian at 3:48 PM EST
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Has Bugti betrayed the Baloch...again??
Bugti is doing deals with Hussains from Punjabs, announcing 3-day cease fires, praising Hussains for their well wishes, and also saying that he won't be selling the dead bodies of those who were killed by FC in Sui.

Has Pak managed to create another rift among baloch forces? was all this fight for a deal?

Has Bugti thought what will happen if he accepts the deal, but other forces don't? what will he do? Become the governor of Balochistan and fight Baloch forces?

He made us proud for a few days, but looks like his greedy nature might win...once again. But this time...No deal-making Bugti can stop those who are sarmachars.

Posted by Gedroshian at 10:58 AM EST
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