Why Women Have Terrible Judgement When It Comes To Men

By now we are all familiar with the cliche story about the young “innocent” girl who pursues the “bad boy”, opening herself up to his advances only to serve his sexual urges until he satisfies his lust and moves on to greener pastures, leaving her heart-broken, or in worst case scenario pregnant with his seed to face a turbulent future alone.

Typical reaction: “oh, but how could this have happened?” “Why are men so evil!?!?”

And of course, ALL men are blamed, even the sharif ones who are in the majority and have nothing to do with dumb girls and their self-destructive choices.

Well, let’s see how this does happen and why men aren’t the only guilty party:


Mass murderer Nikolas Cruz is getting stacks of fan mail and love letters sent to the Broward County jail, along with hundreds of dollars in contributions to his commissary account.

Teenage girls and women are writing to the Parkland school shooter and sending photographs — some suggestive — tucked inside cute greeting cards and attached to notebook paper with offers of friendship and encouragement. Groupies also are joining Facebook communities to talk about how to help the killer.

A teenager wrote on March 15: “I’m 18-years-old. I’m a senior in high school. When I saw your picture on the television, something attracted me to you.”

A woman from Chicago enclosed nine suggestive photos, including a shot of cleavage, another in a skimpy bikini eating a Popsicle and a tight shot of her backside as she bent over. Another girl sent photos with Hello Kitty Snapchat filters.



The attraction of women to prison bad boys echoes the fascination with killers like notorious cult leader Charles Manson. Lyle and Erik Menendez, the Beverly Hills brothers convicted in 1994 of murdering their parents, attracted a pair of brides while spending life in prison. So-called “Bundyphiles” sent bags of mail to Ted Bundy, the serial rapist-murderer who was electrocuted on Florida’s Death Row in 1989.



Women by their very nature are not attracted to sharif guys (good-boys). They are only attracted to the kind of men who will use and abuse them and then toss them to the side after they are of no use any longer.

Don’t believe me? Just take a look at most film “hero’s”. They’re not exactly Namazi, Parhaizgar Rozaydar’s.

Books like “Fifty Shades of Grey” wouldn’t even be a thing if women weren’t attracted to the worst kind of men. This book, which glorifies torture sex, aka rape, aka sexual abuse, has sold more than 200 million copies world wide.



Fifty Shades of Grey, a book that glorifies rape, sexual abuse and torture sex is popular with your average woman.


So, the big question is why do women go for the worst kind of men? The answer is simple: they are adult children.

You see, when you leave a child to their own devices they will often do things that are detrimental to themselves and this is why the presence of an adult is necessary, particularly an adult man who has a strong authority in the household.

This is why in all traditional & patriarchal societies of the past the dominant male of the household (usually father or husband) had to protect his women folk from the lures of lustful sexual predators and tharkis who only seek to exploit the childlike women.



Pakstani Liberals & Their Love For Anything Anti-Pakistan

The recent ban on the showing of Bollywood film “PadMan” in Pakistan has caused the butt-hurt celebrity Liberals on our side of the border to come out and make tweets against the banning of the movie. Ostensibly because the film “spreads public awareness” about the female menstrual cycle.

Spreads awareness to whom though? To men? Why would any Pakistani man need a film, that too a Bollywood film, to teach him about the female menstrual cycle?

Any man who has some female relative(s) like a mother, sister(s), a wife, daughter(s), etc. inevitably at some point in his life will come to know of this matter, albeit not every minute detail of it, though eventually he will come to know of them.

In our society the younger generations receive knowledge on important matters from their elders. This has been the norm for centuries. The boys from their male relatives and the girls from their female relatives. Therefore it is absurd to even assume that a Bollywood film will somehow enlighten our population on such issues.

That our Liberals think a Bollywood film will inform the population about menstruation only goes to show that these people are completely disconnected from Pakistani society & culture and are living in their own little mental bubble and their disdain for the culture and traditions of the common Pakistani is not hidden either. This is not surprising considering most of them have grown up in the West and are now imposing their beliefs on the rest of Pakistan.

Take for example these tweets:

There is something called Public Decency, wherein out of respect for oneself and for others you do not discuss your private matters for everyone to see, hear and know. By the very same token would one also announce to the public when they have diarrhea? Pakistani Liberals not withstanding, any normal Pakistani would not.

Now i’m not surprised that the assault on public decency within Pakistani culture is being lead by Pakistani Liberals. While our sons are fighting in the LoC in Kashmir, many of whom have been martyred by Indian bullets, sacrificing their lives for their country, behind their backs the subversive element that are our Liberals are championing Indian movies and the tearing down of all social decency and norms that the average Pakistanis who make up the rank-and-file of our armed forces hold dear to their hearts and are putting their lives on the line for. This is treason, plain and simple.


Funeral prayer of a Pakistani soldier martyred in the Line of Control (LoC) by Indian firing. Image courtesy of MaverickPakistani.com

But wait, there’s more:

Ah, right. She’s a Feminist and she grew up in the West which explains everything about people like her, that is they have nothing in common with the struggles of the common Pakistani, they do not share our traditions, our dresses, our cultural norms and instead belittle us and lecture us from their moral high horse to teach us “backward peasants” the “way” to “true progress”. They impose their Western morality on the rest of us.

But one only has to look to the West where most of our Pakistani Liberal elites get their indoctrination from and see what these people seek to impose on the rest of us Pakistanis:

Brave Feminists Paint With Menstrual Blood – BuzzFeed.com

Hero Feminist Uses Own Vaginal Yeast To Bake Bread – WomensHealth.com


To know what Pakistani Liberals want our future to look like, simply look at the modern West where they get their morality from. Image courtesy of Chicago Reader

The Plight of Mohmand’s Laborers

There is a major problem of neglect of safety of manual laborers in Pakistani construction and other related industries. It’s common to see workers without basic equipment as hard hats, face masks and safety goggles. As anyone who has any familiarity with construction related work can attest to the many health and safety hazards involved in this type of work.

From Express Tribune:

Ashraf says he used to work as a labourer with the recently deceased Ayaz Khan at a stone crushing factory in Shabqadar.

Ayaz, Ashraf says, was the tenth colleague he had lost in recent years due to health complications arising as a result of the dust spewed by stone crushing machines.

You would think that this factory would have been closed down a long time ago after the cause of death had become apparent. There is a complete disregard for the well-being and safety of manual laborers who are often viewed as being disposable and don’t really have a voice to speak on their behalf in the corridors of power.

“If the government fails to protect labourers, more such deaths can be expected in the locality,” Ashraf said as he coughed. He too is showing early symptoms of a dry cough and asthma.

The government in Pakistan is inept and not much can really be expected from it unless there is a major national uproar like there was in the rape and murder case of the two adolescent girls this past January. But to expect a national uproar over the deaths of manual laborers of a stone crushing factory, with Pakistani celebrities and media personalities leading the way on social media in giving this issue exposure, is wishful thinking.

Entire article from Express Tribune can be accessed here: https://tribune.com.pk/story/1628960/1-breathing-dust-mohmands-labourers-crushed-struggle-life/

The Problem of Child Sexual Abuse Within Pakistani Society

I know some won’t like what i have to say but what must be said must be said. There is a major problem of child sexual abuse and pedophilia within Pakistani society. We have all heard of ‘Bacha Bazi’ and other similar backwards practices that are not only contrary to Islamic teachings but also against all human decency. Any normal person would oppose this type of behavior. But unfortunately these practices are not at all uncommon in Pakistan, though many would like to pretend otherwise.

From Al-Jazeera:

The body of the victim, who is being named as Asma, was found in a sugarcane field on Sunday in the Jandarpar Gujjar Garhi district of Mardan city, a day after she went missing.

“I have seen the autopsy report of Asma and it clearly says that she was raped before being strangled to death,” district mayor Himayatullah Mayar told Al Jazeera on Wednesday.

“She comes from a very poor family, her father is a labour worker in Saudi Arabia. Asma was just playing outside of her house when she was kidnapped.”

The case of Asma (4), the girl who’s body was discovered in a sugarcane field after she had been strangled, even raped according to the autopsy, comes only days after the case of Zainab Ansari (6), another girl who suffered and died under similar circumstances, triggered a nation-wide uproar in the form of mass demonstrations in the major cities as well as social media coverage compelling government officials to prioritize the search for the culprit(s) responsible for the horrendous crime.

But this begs the question: would Pakistani authorities have reacted this way had the people not rose up in a national uproar? Because surely the case of Asma and Zainab could not have been the only two such cases in a country of 200 million where the lack of faith in the government & law enforcement to act is common but not at all unfounded.

From Al-Jazeera:

In the first half of 2017, at least 1,764 cases of child abuse were reported across Pakistan, according to the non-profit Sahil child protection organisation. At least 65 percent of those occurred in Punjab province, where Kasur is situated.

But these are only the cases of child abuse which were reported. It is not incorrect to assume that the great majority of these cases are never reported for various reasons, including the distrust of the law enforcement to act and governmental incompetency. There are very few organizations that look to address and report on such cases but very few people even know they exist or how to contact them.

The issue of child abuse deserves more national attention. That it took up till now after the case of Asma and Zainab to bring this dirty laundry to limelight is indeed extremely regretful. Hopefully we as a nation have learned a lesson, though indeed at a terrible cost, that when it comes to the abuse of children or anyone for that matter, such topics should never be brushed under the rug out of unfounded fears and misconceptions.