....THE GENTLEMAN, WHO WROTE THE FOLLOWING LETTER, IS A HINDU, PROGRAMMED TO VANISH FROM EARTH!
IN 1947 THERE WERE THREE HUNDRED MILLION (HINDU) VOICES FOR THE KIND OF UNITY THAT THE UNITED KINGDOM AND THE UNITED STATES HAVE TODAY, BUT THERE WERE ALSO ONE MILLION (MUSLIM) "DONKEYS AND MULES", CARRYING KORAN ON THEIR BACKS AND IN THEIR HEADS, WHO PERCEIVED THESE CLEVER 'PEACE LOVERS' HINDUS AS WEAK, INFERIOR AND "NIGGERS", AND TOOK OUT THE DAGGERS.
REST IS WHAT THE ONE BILLION GENTLE NON VIOLENT HINDU "COWS" NOW CALL "HISTORY".
SO EVEN IF WE HAVE CRICKET MATCHES ON DAILY BASIS AND HAVE EIGHT MUSLIM PLAYERS OUT OF 11, AND APPOINT A MOHAMMEDAN AS PRESIDENT AND THE SUPREME COMMANDER, THE MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION IS, "WHO WILL BELL THE KORAN?"
IN THE LAST 1400 YEARS THE WHOLE WORLD SAW NOTHING BUT THE CAT THAT IS THE SIZE OF AN ELEPHANT.
BY THE WAY, PLEASE DO LET THE WORLD KNOW WHEN PAKISTAN DECLARES, "WE DROP OUR CLAIM ON KASHMIR."
To the Editor
............Cricket between India and Pakistan
I wonder if the common passion of cricket will bring brothers and brothers together, who have been at war with each other for over five decades. It is abundantly clear that the matches between these two countries is not about winning or loosing, but about winning the hearts and minds of people who once lived together for centuries. They still share a common history, culture, language, religion, music, food and above all a common sense of humour.
Something went terribly wrong in 1947 when brothers got separated with catastrophic results for both countries in terms of prosperity and progress. The consequences of partition are felt until today. I dare say that we will continue to feel the effects until we change the formula.
I believe that unity is possible through sport. Cricket has shown this, whereas all this time politicians and religious leaders created hatred and misunderstanding in order to keep these very people divided in order to rule.
This sport is giving immense happiness to billions of people in both countries without causing death and destruction. I sincerely hope that the recent enjoyment and happiness will spread to other games as well.
I sense a growing mood of optimism of building bridges of friendship among the people. This can only be a good thing for everyone concerned. I would like to urge the political and religious leaders to stop sowing the seed of hatred and destruction and allow people to live normal lives.
I was pleased to see four Indian Muslim players among India’s squad of just eleven. What further proof is required to show that there are brothers on each side? When leaders encourage fighting, it can never bring happiness among their people and those who aid and abet hatred are in fact the enemy themselves.
CRICKET WAS NOT BETWEEN THE TWO EQUALS. IT WAS BETWEEN THE TEAM OF WOLVES AND TIGERS ON SIDE, AND THE TEAM OF GOATS AND COWS ON THE OTHER.
THE PAKISTANI TEAM WAS PLAYING ON THEIR CAPTURED TERRITORY- CAPTURED SO EASILY FROM THE FLEEING INFIDELS, KAFIRS, COWARDS AND HINDUS.