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Waffles

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  1. Salam Brothers and Sisters, I hope you all are well. Firstly, I didn't know where to post this but this is just a humble request to the shiachat staff and members of this site. If at anytime in the future, you have a problem with my profile or account Waffles, I kindly ask that you discuss the issue in public, so that the awam can see what's going on also Inshallah and make a fair assessment. It would be beneficial to all iA. Secondly, I will be donating this account to the Shiachat Awam soon. I am currently working on a manifesto for this account. It will give both current, former, and banned members an easy login if they want to make an anonymous post. The only issues currently waiting to be resolved would be incase someone were to change the password or email of the account. I will speak to the former owner Lord V regarding this process and soon this will be the "People's Account" :)) Its a project I've always wanted to get done with but never had the time. Hopefully though with the cooperation of everyone this will get done soon. Kindest Regards -French Toast.
  2. I went to Oregon today and was really saddened by the amount of homeless I saw. Its truly a problem over there. Every city block we walked through, there was a few homeless people. Another was sleeping with a blanket wrapped around them behind a public bathroom in a public park. Students and Elders both. Three people begged me for change. America what have you become? :'(
  3. Who do they donate money too though? If its an opressor just to get back at those, who hurt them can you really blame them? They suffer from emotional pain inflicted by others yet they are criticized when its not even really their fault. Its human nature. Not everyone has the power to simply keep getting beat up and letting it go. Its hard.
  4. Star I'm serious. Its possible. I have contacts within the party and government so yeah. :D 

    We can help out the person who was fired recently as well. Lets do it!

    1. starlight

      starlight

      no,l want to stay here and serve my people .

    2. Waffles

      Waffles

      Come on now dude. I know there's a traitor inside of you somewhere lool.

  5. Altaf Bhai is a good honest man! He cares about the Muhajirs and fights for their rights. Not all Pakistani politicans are bad. I can get you an H1 visa btw if you want. There is an MQM office I saw nearby LOOL 

    1. starlight

      starlight

      ha ha ha, very funny :coffee:

  6. There's nobody I know here and you're the closest person only 11 hours away lol. So yeah. :)

  7. Yeah haha. I'm sorry dude. I didn't want to come on here to contact you but I didn't really have a choice. I'm kind of bored. Can you text me iA?

  8. Hydrabadis are terrorists now? LOOL I was just kidding btw. I would never actually do that lol haha. Would be pretty epically funny though 

  9. LOL I'm part of the Hydrabadi Mafia Baji ;)

    1. starlight

      starlight

      if you terrorise the team be prepared for a ban. :threatenlumber:

  10. Knowing turkey, they'll probably do it again. Turkey is apart of NATO. Turkey wants to join the EU. Both those organizations ask turkey to jump, Turkey asks how high. But Nato will never defend Turkey in the case of a war. No way. Neither will the EU admit Turkey. Because Turkey is filled with Muzzies haha.
  11. Salam Brothers and Sisters, I have a question for you all. Its a very sensitive one. Before adding on, I would like to say, I'm posting this on behalf of a friend who was an old member here. We all I assume have seen what emotional suffering and helplessness feels like and what it means. That moment when you can't do anything after you've been humiliated. For some people, those moments come and go and it isn't a problem. However for others, that moment sticks in their minds forever and they never forget. For that second group of people, whenever they think about that moment, whether its a day or 20 years later, they get emotional because the wrong was never corrected and there was no justice done. Sometimes they may not be able to control themselves because of the emotional pain others have inflicted on them. It may drive them very far and even persuade them to donate and support the oppressor or the enemy of their brethren. Though it may not be their fault since they were driven emotionally towards that path through acts carried out by others. My question is, what can one do to help someone avoid letting their emotions get in the way of their humanity and logic? My friend is a very nice, kind, sincere, and loving person. A good Muslim Brother. He has good and pure intentions and has done a lot of good deeds. But every time he does a good deed, both his community and his fellow Muslims in general have stabbed him in the back and humiliated him. On one side, hes one of the most loving and caring people I know but then when he thinks about the humiliations hes suffered and everything people have done to him, he completely changes and his dark side shows. Hes not crazy or anything but he does things which he later ends up regretting deeply. He's lost people who were once good friends with him because of his actions, hes lost his community, now hes slowly losing his own roots and everything really because of his past horrible memories. What would you do to help a person in this situation? :)
  12. Getting married back then wasn't as complicated either loool.
  13. There was no ISIS, Boko Haram, or any terrorist groups killing whole families back then as there are now. Even if there was terrorism back then, it def wasn't as global and widespread as it is today. I'd rather a people or generations of people die by polio than be witness to the massive destruction of whole regions by these groups as we see happening today. Today if there is a natural disaster somewhere, sure a lot of people would know about it but do you really think the money you or I give to help relief efforts goes to help the actual people in need? Or does it go into the pockets of the dictators? Yemen is being bombed to smithereens by Saudi Arabia and they maintain a blockade on anything that goes in or out. They control the entry and exits. Do you think I should trust the UN, US, or Saudis with my money and believe what they say? What about Haiti? Somalia? Back then sure news about disasters wasn't as spread as quickly as it is today but there was atleast a bit of humanity in people including in governments and organizations put in charge to make sure things go where they're supposed to go. Global wars lol, I guess that depends on ones definition. The silent wars over those years have killed alot more people than WW2 Id imagine if actual figures were taken into account. Some governments don't even give correct data now a days lool. A nation may lose 300 soldiers or people but they'll increase or reduce that number greatly depending on the publics perception haha. There is many videos on YouTube showing Bagdad, Basra, Jerusalem, Damascus in the time period of our ancestors. those cities used to be filled with such diversity and coexistence. There was no religious conflicts nor were there any sectarian differences. It's everyone just walking and playing peacefully. Their faces full of happiness. Simple times. Nowadays everyone's in a hurry, wars are everywhere, people just in general seem stressed all the time. There's not much to be happy about.
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