Freedom charter or princely decree of feudal barons minus masses?

Well said Ahmar Jan, Sardars are uniting as they are feeling threatened by common baloch comming on the forefront of freedom struggle. We wish to declare to all sardars that their days are numbered. Future of Balochistan belongs to people- NOT TO THESE SARDARS. It is better to change their mental makeup from feudalistic to democratic, rather face extinsion.
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Ahmar Mustikhan
Baltimore Foreign Policy Examiner

Hyrbyair Marri (left) and Brahumdagh Bugti in Geneva. The picture appears to be an advertisement for designer clothing.

Somethings, especially when it comes to the life and death of a nation, must be done in a correct way without adding to the sufferings and untold miseries of the common people.

The two young but important Baloch leaders, both of them feudal barons, met in Geneva. One of them "Nawabzada" Hyrbyair Marri, who is now living in exile in London, is seen giving the other, "Nawab" Brahumdagh Bugti, 30, who is now living in exile in Geneva, what was described as the "Balochistan freedom charter".

More than a political meeting between two leaders, the picture appears to be an advertisement for designer clothing.
Baloch people are suffering and in blood, poor and hungry. But their tribal leaders are living lavishly in the West, flaunting Rolex watches and riding Ferari sports cars. They are no Gandhi; Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the thug who divided India and enslaved Balochistan, maybe yes as Jinnah too was completely detached from the masses, loved the fanciest suits and wordly comforts.

Freedom charters are not handed by one prince to the other, but discussed by the people. Because such charters are of the people and for the people. These documents are hammered out in elected assemblies or maybe out on the streets, but never in a drawing room.
Hyrbyair Marri is widely believed to be the operational commander of the militant Baloch Liberation Army while Brahumdagh Bugti is suspected to be the chief of the Baloch Republican Army.

Meanwhile, an ally of the two, a third Baloch militant organization Baloch Liberation Front led by Dr. Allah Nazar of Mashkay proudly claimed the killing of seven civilian road construction workers, all of them day laborers, in Buleda, Mekran. They also burned down all the construction equipment and four vehicles of the company.

Doda Baloch, spokesperson for the B.L.F., said the roads will help the military movement and vowed that the B.L.F. will not allow any development projects until Balochistan attains freedom.

Two of the most hated and anti-people politicians from the area Mir Mohammad Ali Rind and Ehsan Shah, who allegedly have extensive ties in the Inter-Services Intelligence, remain in the good books of the B.L.F., however.

According to Jan Bluedi, who is information secretary for the National Party and who was member of the provincial assembly previously, the road had absolutely no military value but would have brought some relief to the people of Buleda by connecting them with Turbat.
According to Ralph Peters, a defense strategist who supports Baloch freedom, the best fighters are those who know when not to fight.
U.S. congressman Dana Rohrabacher, who along with Rep. Louie Gohmert were the two members of the U.S. Congress who have unfurled the Balochistan freedom flag in Washington DC, told a historic house meeting Wednesday that it was crucial that people whose rights are being violated show respect for the human rights of others.

There are reports that the British government is extremely unhappy over some of the tactics being used by the Baloch militants. The Swiss government will also not close its eyes if militants target civilians.
Can "Nawabzada" Hyrbyair Marri and "Nawab" Brahumdagh Bugti answer should the Baloch commoners eat bullets while they themselves live in London and Geneva until the day Balochistan is freed? If they answer yes, then the charter they discussed might be described as a charter of death and destruction for Balochistan rather than a freedom charter.

Continue reading on Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/foreign-policy-in-baltimore/freedom-charter-or-princely-decree

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