Malala in College Tour. - Pagina 18
  • + Plaats Nieuw Onderwerp
    Pagina 18/30 EersteEerste ... 817181928 ... LaatsteLaatste
    Resultaten 171 tot 180 van de 292

    Onderwerp: Malala in College Tour.

    1. #171
      fnuikend mark61's Avatar
      Ingeschreven
      Dec 2003
      Locatie
      Deba, Euskadi
      Berichten
      121.414
      Post Thanks / Like
      Reputatie Macht
      3072961

      Standaard Re: Malala in College Tour.

      Eén woord: Hazara.

      Explain dat maar even away.
      viejo pendejo se extravia

    2. #172
      Very Important Prikker Revisor's Avatar
      Ingeschreven
      Dec 2012
      Berichten
      22.280
      Post Thanks / Like
      Reputatie Macht
      4011799

      Standaard Re: Malala in College Tour.

      Citaat Oorspronkelijk geplaatst door Senor Canardo Bekijk Berichten
      The Taliban build networks by getting a fighter, religious leader, or village elder to support them. Whichever one or more are initially used will be exploited for tribal and familial ties. The village politics administered by the elders and represented by an appointed malik are the most identifiable node of influence of any particular village. The Taliban will attempt to sway those maliks who are not supportive by discussion and, if necessary, threats, violence, or death.

      In villages where the locals say there is no malik, it is usually described as a convenience to the village as “no one wants the position,” or sometimes “the elders cannot agree on a malik so it is better there is none.” In these cases it is most likely the Taliban have neutralized the desired representative of that village. When locals are pressed for a representative they will give you a name of a person who has come to represent the village. This individual will also most likely be in support of and supported by the Taliban. The Taliban will try to install a malik or “representative of the village” by coercion or force.
      Een guerilliaoorlog is geen theekransje. Daar gaat het om leven en dood en zeker als je te maken hebt met een vijand die met de modernste en meest dodelijke wapens, technologie en miljarden smeeergeld je land komt bezetten.
      'One who deceives will always find those who allow themselves to be deceived'

    3. #173
      fnuikend mark61's Avatar
      Ingeschreven
      Dec 2003
      Locatie
      Deba, Euskadi
      Berichten
      121.414
      Post Thanks / Like
      Reputatie Macht
      3072961

      Standaard Re: Malala in College Tour.

      Citaat Oorspronkelijk geplaatst door Revisor Bekijk Berichten
      Ik heb je trouwens hier al eerder verteld dat ik per definitie tegen een invallende land ben. De Taliban zie ik als verdedigers tegen de imperialistische westerse landen die hun land zijn binnengevallen. De hoofdverantwoordelijken zijn de westerlingen die met hun modernste wapentuig de autonomie van een land schenden.

      Ik vind de oorzaak belangrijker dan het gevolg. Als je je richt op gevolgen dan ga je je alleen bezig houden met incidentenpolitiek. Ik richt mij op de structurele oorzaak.
      Nou, daar ga ik dan toch maar weer.

      Het is heel dom om als je de ene slecht vindt, de andere automatisch goed te vinden. Dat is een AMERIKAANSE manier van denken.

      De Taliban hebben twee doelen: Amerikanen, en alle buitenlanders eruitgooien. OK, prima.

      Twee: het instellen van een fundamentalistisch schrikbewind. Niet OK.

      Behalve dat ze misschien niet mochten meedoen, willen ze ook nooit meedoen aan verkiezingen. Want ja, je zal maar niet meer dan 50% van de stemmen krijgen.

      Het begon als één clubje van vele clubjes 'mujahidien'. Die geen van alle legitimiteit hadden, anders dan tegen de Russen te knokken.

      Het is een etnische club. Oezbeken, Turkmenen, Tadjieken, Hazara nicht erwünscht.

      Sji'ieten. Slachtpartijen tussen het tegen de Amerikanen vechten door.

      Werkelijk.
      viejo pendejo se extravia

    4. #174
      Prikker Senor Canardo's Avatar
      Ingeschreven
      Mar 2010
      Berichten
      419
      Post Thanks / Like
      Reputatie Macht
      182743

      Standaard Re: Malala in College Tour.

      Citaat Oorspronkelijk geplaatst door mark61 Bekijk Berichten
      Het begon als één clubje van vele clubjes 'mujahidien'. Die geen van alle legitimiteit hadden, anders dan tegen de Russen te knokken.
      Armed and funded by the US & Saudi Arabia. Ben jij bekend met deze film?


    5. #175
      Very Important Prikker
      Ingeschreven
      Jul 2006
      Berichten
      35.085
      Post Thanks / Like
      Reputatie Macht
      641019

      Standaard Re: Malala in College Tour.

      Jongens, jongens, jongens.

      Laten we deze tijd gebruiken voor nuttigere dingen dan elkaar boos maken en opfocken. Wat vinden jullie leuk aan elkaar? ?


      Ik moet echt onderhandelen tussen oorlogvoerende landen. Kijk hoe goed ik het hierboven doe!
      Spatula.

    6. #176
      fnuikend mark61's Avatar
      Ingeschreven
      Dec 2003
      Locatie
      Deba, Euskadi
      Berichten
      121.414
      Post Thanks / Like
      Reputatie Macht
      3072961

      Standaard Re: Malala in College Tour.

      Ja. Ouwe koek
      viejo pendejo se extravia

    7. #177
      Very Important Prikker Revisor's Avatar
      Ingeschreven
      Dec 2012
      Berichten
      22.280
      Post Thanks / Like
      Reputatie Macht
      4011799

      Standaard Re: Malala in College Tour.

      Malala Yousafzai speaking at the UN Assembly

      July 18, 2013 at 9:01 am

      Malala Yousafzai don’t be fooled by the UN

      Posted by 5 Pillarz

      Malala Yousafzai’s recent appearance at the UN Youth Assembly was an indirect ploy by western powers to further their agenda in the Muslim world whilst intentionally ignoring the real issue of foreign policy, writes Anila Malik.

      Malala Yousafzai was recently given a standing ovation when she addressed the UN Youth Assembly and called for reforms in global education. The following lines were splashed across western mainstream media:
      “Let us pick up our books and pens. They are our most powerful weapons. One child, one teacher, one pen and one book can change the world. Education is the only solution.”

      Whilst I believe that our sister’s sincerity should not be questioned, I would like to pose the question – who do you turn to for help? Whose pens, teachers, books and curriculum do you ask for?

      Many of the countries that Malala addressed and pleaded to are responsible for robbing Muslim women of a right that is guaranteed by the teachings of the Quran and Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (saw). It is historically documented that women under numerous Islamic empires and states had their educational rights delivered and protected for centuries, many of whom who later became great scholars and teachers of men.

      The question I pose or the reality I am highlighting is that – was it not these very neo-colonial powers that Malala stood before, responsible for plotting against the revival of the same Islamic system that had historically protected women’s rights? A system which was set out by Muhammad (saw), followed by his Companions (ra) which delivered a shade of rights, prosperity and security for all women.

      Countries like Britain, the US and France made up your audience but at the same time they are responsible for culturally and militarily invading our lands with their books, pens, teachers and bombs. Surely our sister Malala can understand that these very tools will be used to secularise and westernise our future generations?

      Was it not the crowd who praised Malala with a standing ovation, responsible for occupation, devastation and poverty within Afghanistan and Iraq where education has now become a rare luxury and instead finding food for children to keep them alive has now become the daily struggle?

      The Western powers that our sister Malala placed her plea bargain with are responsible for taking our Muslim countries back to the days of jahiliyyah, establishing secular-based systems through the puppet dictators they have installed, Egypt being a recent example.

      Our despot rulers along with their colonial masters have no sincere regard for establishing Muslim women’s rights, their primary objective is only to distance us from Islam through funding, western education systems and of course a smile.

      Just in case our sister Malala was not aware of certain facts and realities, I thought it’d be important to remind her and others of some numbers from their own reports. According to the UN’s report on “Children and Conflict” 115 schools in Mali were attacked in the last year; 321 in the occupied Palestinian territories, 167 in Afghanistan and 165 in Yemen as a result of “external” military intervention, hopefully she won’t need three guesses to work out who those “external” powers were.

      I will conclude by delivering this message to sister Malala – do not be fooled by the standing applause they mesmerised you with, the reality is they only wish to use you as a pawn to further their agenda in the Muslim world and to extinguish Allah’s light and to create the opinion that Islam robbed you and millions of other sisters of their rights.

      They want to use you to pave the way for the secular and liberal powers to go in and do what they do best, colonise the minds of the women, through their western educational curriculums.


      Malala Yousafzai don’t be fooled by the UN
      'One who deceives will always find those who allow themselves to be deceived'

    8. #178
      Very Important Prikker Revisor's Avatar
      Ingeschreven
      Dec 2012
      Berichten
      22.280
      Post Thanks / Like
      Reputatie Macht
      4011799

      Standaard Re: Malala in College Tour.

      October 8, 2013 at 3:10 pm

      Malala Yousafzai – Media bias and political manipulation

      Posted by 5 Pillarz

      German freelance journalist, Emran Feroz, argues there are some facts that the media and politicians intentionally ignore in the run-up to Malala Yousafzai’s nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize.

      Malala’s father, Ziauddin Yousafzai is a member of Swat’s Communist Party and has close relations with the Awami National Party. Thanks to this connection the ANP was one of the first groups who knew about the attack on Malala and used it for their own political agenda.

      They are renowned for depicting the Taliban as responsible for everything. According to Afghan journalist Hanan Habibzai, the ANP was the main profiteer of the attack on Malala because once again it was easy to blame the Taliban.

      Another profiteer was Malala’s father. You just have to take a look at all the pictures, articles and videos of Malala. It’s not Malala who is handshaking with every top leader and politician of this world, it’s her father.

      It’s also said that he will start to work in the Pakistani embassy in UK. Far away from the war in Swat valley which isn’t just carried out by Taliban fighters but also the Pakistani army who are responsible for most of the war crimes.

      Media bias

      The media, including the Pakistani government, claims many facts about Malala and her daily life. The fact that it was a Talib who shot her played into their pro-American agenda. At the same time nobody from the Pakistani establishment publicises the stories of all the other Malalas that are suffering and been murdered in the region.

      I’m talking about all the children who have been indiscriminately killed by US drones and Pakistani missiles in Afghanistan and the Afghan-Pakistani border (NWFP). Those children also went to school, they also had families but their murderers are sitting in offices in Islamabad and Washington. That’s why their deaths went unmentioned.

      Who remembered hundreds of these innocent children when thousands of people celebrated “Malala Day”?

      Political manipulation


      The attack on Malala cannot be justified by any means. At the same time you can’t hide the fact that the “political manipulation” of her tragedy is used to serve a western agenda.

      Politicians are using her for their own benefit and even her own father is on the bandwagon. The mainstream western media celebrated her, millions of people watched her speech in New York where she talked about “fighting against terrorists”.

      An intelligent and rational person must ask himself, who exactly influenced this speech. An open-eyed person cannot help but notice that a 16-year-old girl is being used as a propaganda puppet for warmongers and corrupt politicians.

      Malala’s story will be written soon. We will see the best-seller book with her face on the cover in stores all over the world. Whilst nobody even knows who Abeer or Palwasha was.

      Abeer Qassim al Hamza al Janabi was an Iraqi schoolgirl who had been raped and killed by five US soldiers during “Operation Iraqi Freedom”. Palwasha was two-years-old when she was killed by Robert Bales, the man who is believed to be responsible for the massacre of Kandahar.

      But nobody knows them because a “Palwasha Day” or “Ameer Day” does not exist. Why? Because the killers were not bearded men, but American soldiers!

      @Emran_Feroz

      Malala Yousafzai – Media bias and political manipulation
      'One who deceives will always find those who allow themselves to be deceived'

    9. #179
      Important Prikker 7asousind's Avatar
      Ingeschreven
      Nov 2013
      Berichten
      2.352
      Post Thanks / Like
      Reputatie Macht
      419368

      Standaard Re: Malala in College Tour.

      Ik vind dat er genoeg is gezegd in dit topic. ter afsluiting enjoy this clip

    10. #180
      Very Important Prikker Revisor's Avatar
      Ingeschreven
      Dec 2012
      Berichten
      22.280
      Post Thanks / Like
      Reputatie Macht
      4011799

      Standaard Re: Malala in College Tour.

      The Taliban are nasty people but they are not the root cause of the lack of education in Pakistan

      October 12, 2013
      The truth is that the selective saving of Malala, along with things like “aid” are part of the “humanitarian facade” which masks the continuing exploitation of the East

      by Dr Rohail Ahmad (PhD)

      Much has been made of the Malala Yousafzai case recently. The backlash has already started, with some accusing the West of exploiting and using her as a cover. But even these people have not examined the facts about the central issue – the root causes of the lack of education. That is what this article aims to do.



      Swat, Pakistan; where Malala comes from


      Lack of education is a huge problem in the world, including in countries that have nothing to do with the Taliban or even with terrorism generally. It is true that there is a Taliban problem in Swat, Pakistan – the area that Malala comes from – but in the rest of the country, millions of children go without education, for reasons that are nothing to do with the Taliban. The root cause of the lack of education in countries like Pakistan is lack of money. This in turn is overwhelmingly due to the international division of labour, which consigns all the cheap, boring, manual work to the East, whilst retaining all the interesting, high-end, high-value work in the West. To add insult to injury, cheap labour is then presented as a comparative advantage for these countries. The truth is that cheap labour is not a comparative advantage – it is the worst disadvantage you can possibly have. It leaves nothing left over for health, education, pension etc. It leads directly to child labour – and hence lack of education – because parents are not able to earn enough to support their families.

      According to the theory of division of labour and comparative advantage, countries like Pakistan – and hence children like Malala – are good only for cheap labour. So if Malala and her friends become educated, who will perform the cheap labour, and does that mean that Pakistan will lose its comparative advantage?

      The truth is that the selective saving of Malala, along with things like “aid” are part of the “humanitarian facade” which masks the continuing exploitation of the East. “Aid” is a particularly obnoxious term: it is no such thing – it is usually loans that are made so that Eastern governments can buys things from the West, often arms. Much of it goes straight into the pockets and secret bank accounts of corrupt leaders like Asif Zardari of Pakistan. Add to that the interest that is paid, means that the West actually receives more from the East than vice-versa. Not to mention the “structural adjustment” policies that are usually conditions of such loans, and which are now well accepted as having caused huge economic damage to these countries.




      Child labour – then


      The current East/West imbalance has its roots in the origins of capitalism in Britain in the sixteenth century. Capitalism gave rise to the slave trade and colonialism, because of its needs for cheap labour and of markets. Slavery and colonialism gave the West the huge advantage it enjoys to the present day. But these should not be seen as the result of the “evil Westerner”. According to Marxian theory, human beings are conditioned by their environment, primarily by the economic system – in this case capitalism, whose main goal is to maximise profit by paying as little as possible for labour which is usually the main cost of any business. So it was not a case of Europeans of that time being evil, but rather that they were made to do evil things by capitalism. Under different circumstances it could well have been the other way round. We should also not forget the role of Eastern collusion in all this: slavery and colonialism would not have been possible without the collusion of the Africans and the Indians. So the question arises: What is more evil? To enslave and colonise others – or collude in the enslaving and colonisation of your own people and country? No: the fight then, as now, was not between East and West, but rather between the ruling classes of both, colluding with each other to exploit the common people. The first miserable victims of the British Industrial Revolution were British workers themselves, in particular their children who gave rise to the modern notion of child labour.

      Slavery and colonialism have been replaced in the modern age by more subtle forms of exploitation in the form of unfair and rigged world trade policies. The most egregious of these policies is the free flow of capital and goods, but not labour; equally egregious is the international division of labour, already mentioned; finally, the lack of an international minimum wage, which leads directly to child labour.



      Iqbal Masih
      , Urdu: اقبال مسیح was a Pakistani child who became a symbol of abusive child labor in the developing world

      Cheap labour in the East is essentially a continuation of slavery. Collusion also is alive and well: there is direct evidence to show how Pakistan actively colludes with child labour, thus brutalising its own children. In 1995, in an echo of the Malala case, a twelve-year-old boy called Iqbal Masih, a child labourer who spoke out against child labour, was shot and killed by the Pakistani “carpet mafia”, whilst riding his bike. In a converse echo of Western hypocrisy, before he died Iqbal Masih had been given an award by Reebok! – the very company notorious for using child labour, along with the likes of Nike and Apple. The collusion also exists in the fact that, worse than no migration, we have selective migration, which continually drains the East of its best talents. Also, by allowing the rich and powerful of Eastern countries to come to the West for health, education and luxury, means that they have no incentive to improve their own countries.




      Child labour – now


      So what is to be done? Firstly, an end to this artificial international division of labour, which is not at all based on genuine skills, geography or climate. Secondly, we either need an international minimum wage for manual labour or free flow of labour – certainly an end to selective migration. We need an end to aid, to be replaced by the aforementioned minimum wage which should be paid directly into the pockets of workers. This would have to be enforced on Western companies by Western laws, in the same way that those who practice child prostitution abroad can now be prosecuted in their home countries. Finally, we need to stop the rich and powerful of the East from coming to the West for health, education and luxury.

      Why should the West change? Because for many years and decades – centuries in fact – the West has managed to bury away its problems in the East, but those problems are now returning to haunt it, in the form of mass migration, terrorism and unsustainable world population growth (a direct result of the need for child labour), to name just a few problems.



      Unsustainable world population growth – notice that up until 1950, East and West are similar, and then diverge.

      We should change because we all now live in a global swimming pool and it is no longer possible to pollute one half of it without polluting the whole of it. We should change if we truly, genuinely care about children like Iqbal Masih and Malala Yousafzai.

      (Please note that full references for all of the above claims are given in my PhD thesis, Cheap Labour = Child Labour, available here: Have You Read It )


      1. CIWCE (Centre for the Improvement of Working Conditions and Environment). Child Labour in Carpet Weaving Industry in Punjab. Lahore: CIWCE & UNICEF, 1992. (PDF)
      2. Humphries, Jane. Childhood and Child Labour in the British Industrial Revolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011.
      3. Moyo, Dambisa. Dead Aid: Why aid is not working and how there is another way for Africa. London: Penguin, 2010.
      4. Schlemmer, Bernard (ed). The Exploited Child. London: Zed Books, 2000. (Contains the phrase “humanitarian facade”, p.188)
      4. Silvers, Jonathan. “Child Labor in Pakistan.” The Atlantic, February 1996. (Contains the evidence of the collusion of the Pakistani government and business establishment)

      Dr Rohail Ahmad
      has a PhD (2013) and an MA (Distinction, 2010) in Creative Writing from Brunel University. He also teaches there – “Travel Writing” on the BA program and “Global Fiction” on the MA program. His MA novella jointly won the Curtis Brown Prize at Brunel, and was also longlisted for the Paris Literary Prize. One of his MA stories was shortlisted for an anthology of British Asian fiction by Tindal Street Press. His PhD novel, thesis and commentary on globalisation / child labour were well-received by the examiners. Find out more at Have You Read It



      The Taliban are nasty people but they are not the root cause of the lack of education in Pakistan | Media Diversity UK
      'One who deceives will always find those who allow themselves to be deceived'

    + Plaats Nieuw Onderwerp

    Gelijkaardige Onderwerpen

    1. Shimon Perez by College Tour.
      Door cycy in forum Wie schrijft die blijft
      Reacties: 4
      Laatste Bericht: 04-10-13, 23:06
    2. Youp van 't Hek in College Tour
      Door Spitsboef in forum Wie schrijft die blijft
      Reacties: 0
      Laatste Bericht: 09-09-11, 02:42
    3. Noevaa College Tour
      Door InSennia in forum Wie schrijft die blijft
      Reacties: 0
      Laatste Bericht: 10-02-11, 16:32
    4. Nova college tour.
      Door A_K_A in forum Wie schrijft die blijft
      Reacties: 36
      Laatste Bericht: 25-03-10, 23:07
    5. College tour
      Door _Maryam in forum Wie schrijft die blijft
      Reacties: 2
      Laatste Bericht: 12-10-09, 17:40

    Bladwijzers

    Bladwijzers

    Forum Rechten

    • Je mag geen nieuwe onderwerpen plaatsen
    • Je mag geen reacties plaatsen
    • Je mag geen bijlagen toevoegen
    • Je mag jouw berichten niet wijzigen
    •