Date: 13 Jan 2009



Dear BBC,

One of the above words was said to a MUSLIM, the other to a SIKH.
The Muslim, being supersensitive and always AT ODDS, took objection and wanted Prince Harry to apologise. KEITH VAS, MP, supported this to appease his MUSLIM voters in Leicester.

The other was a SIKH, tolerant, magnanimous and with wit and humour. He didn't even know if anything was wrong with that word coming from (not ANY Tom, Dick or Harry, but) PRINCE OF WALES.

I forward my e-mails on the subject for your kind (background) information:

Best wishes




I congratulate you for your public involvement on all kinds of controversial issues.

With regard to Prince Harry, may I ask, "Was it necessary for him to apologise?"

I think it was inappropriate and uncalled for if the Pakistani officer did not object. 

The remark was at him, not at 60 million citizens of this land whom you and the media have involved. Do you want the whole British nation now to kneel before the Pakistanis in repentence, politically correct introspection or in Gandhian spirit of self immolation?

I also know that in case of an accident you do not at once admit your guilt and RUIN your case.

So, was Prince Harry right in apologising?

I wish people who get violent in ROAD RAGE were as gentle as Prince Harry. That would serve us all better.



Date: Mon, 12 Jan 2009 11:22:16 -0500

Full story here:

Dear Sir/Madam

What a fuss about trifle. Prince Harry was with fellow cadets in army and he was speaking to pals. Such jokes are common in army without any malice since they dine, drill and fight together.

Political correctness can be driven to foolish extent. It is inflexible, something frozen like ice, like the rigid rules but the living world is vibrant and ever changing. 

There is a vast majority of people who have better things to do that to feel sore or hurt about such trifles. The Prince did not say it from a public platform but within his platoon. Military personnel in company among themselves regard themselves as a family.

There is a REASON why sometimes derogatory terms are invented. In this case the PUBLIC perception of Pakistanis is dismally low. "Political correctness" and "angry Muslims" in this country cannot put them on an artificially raised higher platform.

Firstly, ALL OF THEM came to UK after having established a provocative ISLAMIC republic which was literally torn out of INDIA amidst great BLOODSHED. 

Pakistan, in the initial days of her birth, saw the slaughter of two million innocent Hindus and Sikhs, abduction and gang rape of tens of thousands while over 25 million were forced out of their homes as refugees. Hence NO Indian can see a Pakistani in favourable light.

Our soldiers fighting in Afghanistan meet Pakistanis holding British passports, some BRITISH BORN, firing on them, to KILL them, from the enemy side.

Londoners and Glaswegians recall the violence of Pakistanis in their own communities and the killing of scores of innocent citizens of this country. They see grieving widows, mourning parents and little orphans created by Pakistanis. By what endearing term would they like to call the Pakistanis?

Young Brits do not see any Muslim females in discos or social clubs. They see only male Pakistanis chatting up and seducing native British girls. Some do make full use of the sharia law that allows them more than one wife at the same time.

We also saw Pakistanis "teaching" the others on how to cheat while playing cricket.

Why other people like the Japanese, Koreans, Vietnamese and even the Indians are not mentioned in such derogatory manner as the Pakistanis?

Conclusion: Such derogatory terms for a particular community are invented or used as the people in general see them behaving or acting in society.

Pakistanis will be spoken of in endearing terms only if their community is seen integrating peacefully with the mainstream, if their girls are allowed freedoms of their British peers, if their population in prisons is minimal, if they are not noticed for excessive drug use, or if they are conspicuous in community service in this country or in Denmark or in Spain. 

But right now we see many of them demonstrating on behalf of Palestinian refugees and hurling SHOES and ABUSE at the Prime Minister's House in London instead of demonstrating in favour of HINDU refugees from South Kashmir and even from WEST PUNJAB who have no prospect of returning to THEIR homes that are now occupied by the PAKIS.

 12 January 2009.



Non Muslim INDIANS living in the United Kingdom say-

"PAKIS," for those who killed the innocent in London & Madrid.

"PAKIS," for those who threw shoes at No. 10 Downing Street and hurled abuse at Mr. Gordon Brown.

"PAKIS, for those who keep their own girls at home but go out to seduce the others.

"PAKIS," for those who insist on humiliating Prince Harry by forcing an apology from him. 

"PAKIS" for those who came to the UK after doing ethnic cleansing of defenceless & helpless Hindus and Sikhs in Pakistan.  And,

"PAKIS," for those who forcibly occupied the house in Rawalpindi that my grandparents built to spend their old age in peace. They died soon thereafter, heart broken as refugees in India, cursing the PAKIS.