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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag View Post
    Imran > Mandela btw.
    I hope that was said in jest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightprowler10 View Post
    What's wrong with showing disgust with such a thing in a country where freedom of speech is supposed to exist? Besides, its not like he put him in jail. Its house arrest.
    Truth is that Imran has brought this upon himself. He was the one who wanted the Military to interfere in Pakistani politics and even supported Musharraf until 2002 that includes the referundum in Pakistan.

    In 2002, Imran Khan on Mush :-

    "IMRAN KHAN, Movement for Justice: People don't see him as a dictator. They see him... they see hope in him, and they see darkness behind.....Well, we don't have much choice. It's either him, or back to the 11 years of darkness. The thing that appeals to me about him most is that he's honest. Now that, in a third-world country, let me tell you, is a very rare commodity-- a leader who's honest, who's not making money, who's not building his own factories or big castles and, you know, these palaces, as the past rulers have been doing. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJS View Post
    Someone asked very recently, today in fact, why Pakistan doesn't have leaders......this is why.
    So which country has leaders these days ? After Zia's death Pakistan had close to 10 years of democracy and Pakistanis were sick of it and so were their neighbours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanz View Post
    So which country has leaders these days ? After Zia's death Pakistan had close to 10 years of democracy and Pakistanis were sick of it and so were their neighbours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanz View Post
    I hope that was said in jest.
    Was a play on Imran > Sobers
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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag View Post
    Was a play on Imran > Sobers
    Sobers-Imran > Mandela-Imran .

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    imran was a great cricketer.. great pakistani cricketer and captain ever.. my all time favorite cricketer.. by entering in politics he is making me hate him now.. hate politicians..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    We should all celebrate our members glorious relationships with their favourite players, not only BS and Imran, but myself and Jeetan Patel, or Richard and Matthew Hayden. The kind of devotion that just goes above and beyond. Admirable IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    And proud of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
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    Can't forget the Phlegm on Flem action. Phlegm has the addresses of the NZC ready just incase they drop him from the test side. Is fire bombing going too far?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    Can't forget the Phlegm on Flem action. Phlegm has the addresses of the NZC ready just incase they drop him from the test side. Is fire bombing going too far?

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    This probably belongs in OT. I've had this debate before with CC in a past thread and I've explained how it's not always as simple as "democracy = good" and "dictatorship = bad". There are a thousand factors to consider before coming to a conclusion. Regarding that comment about Pakistan not having leaders, that maybe so. However, I'd like for someone to point out to me which other leader in Asia has achieved more for his country than Musharaf during his reign? As for Imran, I love the man as a cricketer. He's probably the reason I started following cricket. But I'm no fan of Imran the politician. I would suggest everyone do a little research on what he stands for (and what parties he's aligned with) and come to your own conclusions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    Can't forget the Phlegm on Flem action. Phlegm has the addresses of the NZC ready just incase they drop him from the test side. Is fire bombing going too far?

    Not IMO.
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    Nostradamus actually predicted the coming together of Imran Khan and President Musharaf and it doesn't bode well for the future.

    One day the two great leaders will be friends;
    Their great powers will be seen to grow.
    The New Land will be at the height of its power:
    To the man of blood the number is reported.

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