All Pakistani Politicians are anti-Pakistan | Where is the establishment and Youth forces ?!

All Pakistani politicians are anti-Pakistan and working on foreign agenda; to break Pakistan into pieces. 
Before starting let me clear it 'Pakistan will stay till the judgement day, dare not to work against him. History proves very one who worked against Pakistan gets death of a dog.'
28/8/2011 press conference raised many serious questions. One point of view, I already expressed earlier was that it was an excellent political shot played by President of Pakistan & Co-Chair person of Pakistan People's Party.
Mr. Mirza cleared that he informed everyone including senior leadership of his party; Pakistan People's party and other security agencies including ISI.
His one press conference made him a instant hero on social media. Unfortunately, few know he's also a-part of anti-Pakistan force.
He very clearly says We would have torn Pakistan in pieces and we have the capability to do that. So it's very clear he's not a pro-Pakistani.

It's not the first time any politician gave a silent signal and expressed his dreams and good will for enemies of Pakistan, who never accepted Pakistan till now. The Times of India quoted Nawaz Sharif May 18, 2011, under the title 'India is not enemy No. 1, Sharif tells Pak':
Islamabad must stop treating New Delhi as its "biggest enemy"

Several news agencies quoted Nawaz Sharif on August 15th, 2011:
While speaking to party workers he said that Sharif on one side gave the advice that Pakistan should withdraw her principled stance on Kashmir and on the other hand he breached the two nation theory by saying that India and Pakistan have same language and culture. 
He's one of the biggest supporter of 'SAFMA'. This article was Published in The Express Tribune, August 16th, 2011.

Addressing a seminar organised by the South Asian Free Media Association (SAFMA) in Lahore over the weekend, PML-N leaderNawaz Sharif surprisingly said some very laudable and perhaps remarkable things on relations between Pakistan and India. In fact, if one analyses his remarks, one will find things said that most politicians would be afraid to say in public, perhaps out of fear from hawks, conservatives and the strong anti-India lobby that is found in many sections of society, in particular in the civil-military establishment and the media.
Mr Sharif said that India and Pakistan had a common heritage of culture, that even their language and eating habits are similar. He said India should have built a motorway from the Wagha border-crossing to Calcutta and the two countries should have traded. When he constructed the motorway it was his plan to take it to Kabul via Peshawar as well as to Gwadar and Tashkent. He told the audience that Atal Behari Vajpayee had suggested announcing 1999 as the year for resolving the Kashmir dispute but his government was toppled that year. As for Kargil, he hoped that someday an independent and impartial inquiry would decide the truth about what had happened. Mr Sharif also said that instead of competing in the manufacture and acquisition of weapons, Pakistan and India should compete economically. If India buys a tank, Pakistan does the same and this comes at the expense of our social sector and infrastructure, he said.
On the issue of culture between Pakistan and India, Mr Sharif said that hating a community which had a culture similar to ours meant in effect hating a part of ourself. To this we would say that those who think of Pakistan from the outside know that the current crises faced by the country stem from its persistence in the ‘ideologically’ ingrained but unrealistic policy towards India. Pakistan’s obsession with Afghanistan — the pathology of having a ‘friendly’ government there — is nothing but a corollary of the policy of  ‘strategic depth’.
In an interview with Wall Street Journal in 2008 President of Pakistan; Asif Ali Zardari Said:
India has never been a threat to Pakistan, and that militants in Indian-administered Kashmir are terrorists.
Rehman Malik owns and run a private spy agency in London. See this detailed report by Dawn News.

28 August adds another political achievement in Zardari career | Full analysis of current political situation

28 August adds another political achievement in Zardari career. Another excellently played stroke by Asif Ali Zardari -- co-chairman Pakistan People's Party.
On developing public pressure for operation in Lyari -- a strong hold of Pakistan People's Party and home of many extortionists, drug lords, land mafia and target killing, finally Rangers conducted a major raid in the area.
International / National media was busy covering Zulfiqar Mirza speech ignoring the enormous amount of weapons and torture cells recovered and destroyed by Pakistan Rangers during this operation.  

Detailed article on Lyari gang wars and Lyari gangsters fighting and killing innocents on personal enmity on the issue of extortion money. 

Gangsters belonging to the Rehman Dakait, Noor Mohammed, alias Baba Ladla, and Uzair Baloch groups, clashed on Wednesday in the Kalakot area over the distribution of extortion money.
Sources claimed that Uzair Baloch is presently out of Pakistan. Taking advantage of Uzair’s absence, Baba Ladla had captured the area of Afshani Gali — formerly under the command of the former slain Rehman Dakait — and also killed his companions.
Sources said that, after the killing of Rehman Dakait in a police encounter last year the Lyari gangsters had nominated two successors to Rehman Dakait and they were Dakait’s close aides Uzair Baloch and Noor Mohammed, alias Baba Ladla.
However, Noor Mohammed refused to be the successor for being the successor of Rehman Dakait and Uzair Baloch is nominated as his successor and he started taking over whole business of Rehman Dakait in Karachi and Baluchistan.
They added that, after a few months difference arose between them over extortion and other issues. Recently Baba Ladla had quarreled with Uzair over extortion money from Jhat Phat market, as he was not allowed to take extortion from the market, but Baba Ladla resisted.
Sources said that, on Wednesday early morning Muslim, the right hand man of Uzair Baloch clashed with Baba Ladla’s companions Jameel Baloch and Zakir Baloch and others at Jangiyan Hotel Wali Gali, Kalakot, Lyari and openly used fire arms.
During the period, Muslim killed two companions of Jameel and Zakir Baloch, while the rest escaped and informed Baba Ladla about the incident. Moreover, Baba Ladla to take revenge for his companions killing, entered into Afshani Gali residential area of Rehman Dakait and started indiscriminate firing.
They added that, Baba Ladla, along with his companions had captured two buildings in Afshani Gali, Kalakot and a gun battle took place, during which Baba Ladla had killed Fahad alias Fadal a relative of Rehman Dakait, while a passerby Shabbir got injured, who went out from his house to purchase milk and fell victim to the gangsters’ firing.
Sources alleged that, known Lyari Gangster Lal Mohammed, alias Haji Lalu, father of gangster Arshad Papu who is presently in jail is expected to be released in the coming few weeks, as he was bailed out from several cases and now he is presently challaned in the murder case of Mama Faizo father of Uzair Baloch the successor to Rehman Dakait.
They added that, after his released the security and investigation personnel were thinking that what would happen in Lyari, as the security situation worsened as Uzair and Haji Lalu were rivals of each other and a heavy gun-battle took place between the groups. —SBP

Published in The News on Thursday, November 11, 2010.

Another article related to Lyari gangsters and Lyari Gand war is of 'Arshad Pappu' who runs a rival gang of famous 'Rahman Dakait' from his jail cell.

“I’m a leader of the Baloch people of Lyari,” he told The Express Tribune in an interview. “My heart bleeds for the Baloch people.”The question today for the people of Karachi is, however, who is killing the young men. If Pappu is to be believed, the actual fight is between the “Pakistan Peoples Party-backed Peoples Amn Committee (PAC) and the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM)”. Both parties have, however, rubbished these claims.The messAfter the death of Rehman Dakait in 2009, the mantle of the gang fell to Uzair Baloch, who is closely linked to Baba Ladla. Both men are central figures of the now defunct PAC, claim insiders.The other group is the one led by Arshad Pappu from his jail cell. His network is currently being run by Ghaffar Zikri and Razzaq Commando.Police and intelligence personnel allege that Pappu’s gang is backed by one party that is using his network to gain a foothold in Lyari. But Pappu challenges this. “I may be in jail, but I’m not that weak that I would end up taking shelter with a party,” he said. “I know how to fight on my own.”“I am not a puppet of any political party,” he said, while referring to the MQM and to distance himself from the killing of Baloch men. According to Pappu, the perception that he is an MQM puppet dates to the Musharraf regime when his associate Ghaffar Zikri had lent support to the party in the general elections, while their rival Rehman Dakait supported the PPP. This claim has also been rejected by the MQM, which says that no such understanding existed.According to Pappu, the current carnage in the city was nothing but “politics over bodies”. He laughed when told that police were saying that they were moving into Lyari and other areas to nab the target killers. “Mark my words, they’ll do nothing,” he said. “They could do nothing in the past and will do nothing even today.”His heart fills with sorrow every time he learns the death of a Baloch or even an innocent Mohajir.  “I believe there is a conspiracy by forces from high above that want to see the peace-loving Baloch and Mohajir fight.” He promised that one day when he is set free, “God willing, [he’ll] make sure that there is unity among [them].”Till then, the cycle of violence will continue to carry on unless something is immediately done to sever political backing for the warring groups. “I appeal to Zardari and the PPP to stop the bloodshed of the innocent Baloch people at all costs,” Pappu said.For him, there should be no doubt that PAC was spreading terror in the city. “PAC has no fear because they are being backed by the senior leadership of the PPP,” he alleged, and went on to add Zulfiqar Mirza and Manzoor Wassan’s names as the ones who were openly supporting his rival group. This claim was strongly refuted by the leadership of the PPP.The motive, Pappu said, went to the fact that there is a lot at stake, including mountain loads of money. “What do you think Baba Ladla (Dakait’s gang) does? He’s responsible for collecting extortion money from areas not only in Lyari but beyond them like Shershah, Ghas Mandi, Keamari. He then gives a generous share to party leaders,” he alleged. The PPP has also denied this and said that there is no iota of truth in it.MQM ‘rubbishes’ claims of support for PappuMQM leader Faisal Subzwari has ‘rubbished’claims that the party is in any way associated with any of the gangsters in Lyari or was using any group to gain a foothold in Lyari. According to him, the whole world knows who killed Lyari’s Rehman Dakait. “The same people who killed Rehman have now taken over his network in Lyari and today the same party claims that they were his biggest supporters.”About claims that the MQM was backing PAC’s rival group led by Pappu and Zikri, he said: “This is pure rubbish. The MQM never had anything to do with them in the past or even today.”It is the government’s responsibility to take action against all criminals, including Pappu who is in jail and Zikri, who is hiding somewhere in Karachi.About the elections when Zikri supposedly lent support to the MQM in Lyari, Subzwari said it was totally untrue. “Back then there was no PAC. However, everyone knows how the ballot boxes were stuffed on the directions of Rehman Dakait along with Habib Jan during the elections there.”When asked whether it was true that the current carnage was a duel between the MQM and PAC backed by the PPP, Subzwari said that the only part that rang true was that PAC had the patronage of a political party that was spreading chaos in the city.He stressed that innocent Urdu-speaking people were being targeted and until the killing came to an end, they could not think of rejoining the government.PPP defends MirzaSindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon defended his fellow minister, Zulfiqar Mirza, denying that neither he nor any one from the PPP is supporting criminals.“These are nothing but lies. There is not an iota of truth in it,” he said when asked about the accusations that PAC frontman Baba Ladla has the backing of senior party leaders. People who are saying the PPP backs PAC should remember the party actually disbanded it, added Memon.“All this talk is to divide the people and incite them to violence,” he said. He warned that the people who are spreading these ‘lies’ should know that if the government wanted it could expose the ‘reality’ and show the world who the ‘real’ culprits are. “We have pictures that can expose who met the members of PAC,” he said.Whether it is the MQM’s Rabita Committee or PAC, the fact of the matter is that innocent lives are being lost, said Fauzia Wahab, a member of the PPP’s central executive committee member. She stressed, however, that one must not forget how the current wave of violence was triggered. “The bodies of five Baloch men were found. Who was responsible for that?”Who is Arshad Pappu?Arshad Pappu reportedly has four sons and three daughters but they and his wife have moved out of Lyari because of threats to their life. He shot to notoriety during Musharraf’s regime and was eventually caught in 2006. According to one of his lawyers, Mohammad Farooq, Pappu was charged with around 50 cases of which 20 were for murder.To date, Pappu hasn’t been convicted in any. In fact, he may be released soon, claims his lawyer. “Just two cases are pending against him,” says Farooq.Pappu’s father Hajji Lallu was also released. One of Arshad Pappu’s brothers, Sher Mohammad has also been freed by the courts. His two other brothers Nasir and Yasir Arafat, are, however, with him in jail. Incidentally, the alias Pappu was given to him by his father. “During my childhood I was a very healthy boy which is why my father used to call me Pappu,” says the Lyari gangster. “Since then, everyone close to me calls me that.”
Published in The Express Tribune on August 21st, 2011.

On one hand, Media was busy in Zulfqar Mirza press conference, they didn't even get a chance to live-cover the Lyari operation.
MQM demand for the similar operation is silenced on this operation, while the reality of these operation stay hidden from the country.
Rehman Malik didn't even said a word about Zulfiqar Mirza allegations on him. 
Zulfiqar Mirza press conference; Sindhi nationalist distant them from Pakistan People's Party long-time ago. It was a political failure of PPP. 
Now, Sindhi nationalist and Lyari, specially the People's Aman Commite will be under the banner of Zulfiqar Mirza, which will pay-off when Balawal Bhutto is going to contest next election from Lyari.

Genius politician !  

Heart breaking poem for Karachi | ♥ | Pray For Karachi

میں عید کیسے مناؤں؟

میں عید کیسے مناؤں؟
کیا تم عید مناؤ گے؟

میرا شہر لہو سے لال ہے 
تم عید کے رنگ کہاں سے لاؤ گے؟

رش سا لگا ہے کفن کی دکان پر 
تم کپڑے کہاں سے سلواؤ گے؟

ہر گلی میں لاشیں بکھری ہیں 
پھر رونق کیسے آے گی؟

یہاں تو سب کی قومیت الگ ہے
کیا صرف عید کے مسلمان بن جو گے؟

Disclaimer: I got this poem as a Text message and I don't own of it. Words and the writings of this poem are the original works of its author/authors

Do something for Aafia this Eid | Write a post card !

In any year there will be Muslims who are unable to celebrate with family and friends. Many of them tell stories of injustice and oppression that we as individuals can do nothing to correct. However, as individuals we can ease some of the suffering that others endure.

If you have managed to find this page, I don’t need to repeat the story of Dr. Aafia. None of us can bring her home for Eid with her children and her mother.

There is something you can do: send her a postcard. It doesn’t have to be fancy.  Aafia is partial to nature scenes. You can’t talk about her case, but there isn’t that much room on a postcard, so any message would have to be short. All you really need to write is:

Dear Aafia, We believe you. We are praying for you and your children and your mother. Ramadan & Eid Mubarak.

It will take you longer to break your fast than it will to write this on a postcard and put a stamp on it, but the joy it will bring to Aafia will last longer than filling an empty stomach.
Aafia’s address is:
Aafia Siddiqui
P.O. BOX 27137

Shahzadi Gulfam from Pakistan won International Female Police Peacekeeper Award from UN


The International Female Police Peacekeeper Award is a competitive award given to an outstanding female police peacekeeper serving in a UN peace operation.
The objectives of the award are to:
  • To promote an understanding of police in peace operations throughout the world;
  • To highlight the efforts of female police in global peace operations;
  • To increase understanding of the roles of women officers in various countries;
  • To encourage participation in UN peace operations by all countries of
    the world;
  • To promote membership in the UN International Female Police Peacekeepers Network,
  • To increase international understanding and awareness of women in
    international police peacekeeping and the UN International Female Police
    Peacekeepers Network;
  • To recognize the outstanding accomplishments of a female police
The award is organized in collaboration with the International Association of Women Police (IAWP) Awards programme and delivered during the annual conference of the IAWP.

2011 Award Recipient

Deputy Superintendent Shahzadi Gulfam (Pakistan) serving in the United Nations Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT).
Deputy Superintendent Shahzadi Gulfam's portrait.
Deputy Superintendent Shahzadi Gulfam.

Assisting the Vulnerable

The United Nations Police Division in the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions (OROLSI), Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO), and the International Association of Women Police (IAWP) International Scholarship Committee are very proud to announce the recipient of the 2011 International Female Police Peacekeeper Award, Deputy Superintendent Shahzadi Gulfam from Pakistan. She is currently deployed in the United Nations Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT) as the United Nations Police (UNPOL) Team Leader posted in the Timor-Leste National Police (PNTL) Vulnerable Persons Unit (VPU) in the capital Dili.

After completing her studies, Officer Gulfam joined the Punjab Police in March 1985. During her professional police career of over two decades, she performed equally well at the national and international level. In Pakistan working for the Investigation Unit she supervised 150 police officers conducting criminal investigations. Later she worked in the Punjab Highway Patrol and organized traffic awareness courses for the general public. She played a key role in improving the Traffic System in the province by strictly implementing discipline to curb illegal practices and protect vulnerable citizens from corrupt police officers.

Officer Gulfam was the first female police officer to represent Pakistan when she was deployed in the UN Mission in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1997. She has subsequently served in UN Missions in Kosovo in 1999 and Timor-Leste in 2007.

While serving as a Recruitment and Selection coordinator for Kosovo Police Service (KPS) with United Nations Mission in Kosovo (1999-2001) Officer Gulfam used to visit the schools and colleges in rural areas to reach out to women and motivate them to join the police service, which had very few female officers at the time. She explained the role of police, the added value of a gender balanced service and the impact that women can make. She is proud to have contributed to the national and international efforts to increase the number of female officers in KPS at its inception. By 2010, there were over 1,000 female police officers in this service.

Officer Gulfam was redeployed in 2010 in the United Nations Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT).
“UNPOL Shahzadi Gulfam has shown enthusiasm, diligence and zeal in her work with the Vulnerable Persons Unit in Dili. Sadly in post-conflict Timor-Leste domestic violence is a common crime and victims often find it difficult to file complaints,” says UNMIT Police Commissioner Luis Carillho and adds that “despite these difficulties Officer Gulfam has played an exceptional role in supporting and protecting vulnerable persons”.
In her current capacity, UNPOL Officer Gulfam is responsible for facilitating the referrals to shelter and medical assistance to victims of domestic violence, as well as for reporting on missing persons and human trafficking. Her duties include liaising with the Justice Ministry to provide legal redress to victims. She also coordinates with health institutions on the provision of psychological support to victims. As a team leader she assesses the quality of service offered at shelters for vulnerable people who experienced violence.
Officer Gulfam has played an exceptional role in bringing suspects to the courts of law and providing justice to the needy. When she joined the Vulnerable Persons Unit (VPU) a total of 411 cases were pending investigation since 2007. “And in one year after great effort I helped to solve 72 pending cases,” explained Gulfam.

She was instrumental in involving a number of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in efficiently assisting victims of sexual assault and abuse. In addition, she has diligently carried out awareness programmes regarding the new Timorese law that criminalized domestic violence that was approved in May 2010.
By visiting remote areas of Timor-Leste, Officer Gulfam again serves as a role-model for local girls and women inspiring them to join the national police service.

The International Female Police Peacekeeper Award will be delivered at the opening ceremony of the International Association of Women Police (IAWP) annual training conference on 21 August 2011 in Lexington, Kentucky, USA. Twelve award applications, which represent female police officers from 11 countries serving in seven United Nations peace missions worldwide, were submitted for this competitive award.

Today ( August 20, 2011 ) is the 40th anniversary of the martyrdom | Rashid Minhas Shaheed (N.H) | with Original Communication video

Rashid Minhas, great Pakistani hero awarded with Nishan-i-Haider for his sacrifice for the homeland, is being remembered on his death anniversary today (Saturday).
Minhas was fascinated with aviation history and technology. He used to collect different models of aircraft and jets. After schooling, he attended Karachi University where he studied Military history and Aviation history. 
Rashid Minhas was born on 17 February 1951 in Karachi. Rashid Minhas belonged to a famous Minhas clan of Rajput. 
He was commissioned as a pilot in the Pakistan Air Force in 1971. Pilot Officer Rashid Minhas was taxiing for takeoff on a routine training flight when an Instructor Pilot forced his way into the rear cockpit, seized control of the aircraft and took off. 
When Rashid Minhas realized that the absconding pilot was heading towards India, he tried to regain control of the plane but was unable to do so. Knowing that it meant certain death, he damaged the controls and forced the aircraft to crash thirty-two miles short of the border on 20 August 1971.
Rashid Minhas is also the youngest and short-service officer, belonging to the Pakistan Armed Forces, who received the Nishan-i-Haider in 1971. 

Last Communication of Pilot Officer Rashid Minhas Shaheed

0:23 "166 is Hijacked" (Rashid Minhas Shaheed)
0:30 "166 Hijacked" (Rashid Minhas Shaheed)
0:38 "Hijacked by whom, over" (Control Tower)
0:40 "166 is Hijacked" (Rashid Minhas Shaheed)
0:42 "Hijacked by whom" (Control Tower)
0:50 "By whom, over" (Control Tower)
0:52 "166 is Hijacked" (Rashid Minhas Shaheed).

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Pakistan creates new anthem record | Pakistan Zindabad

Pakistanis all over the country celebrate Independence Day on 14th August with zeal and patriotism. PHOTO: EXPRESS

According to witnesses and event management, 5,857 people gathered at a stadium in Khadda market area of Karachi and beat the previous record of 5,248, achieved by students, staff, faculty and alumni of MSU-IIT (Philippines) who sang ‘Lupang Hinirang’ Philippines’ National Anthem, at the MSU-IIT gymnasium, in Iligan, Philippines, on 1 September 2009.
The record breaking attempt was organised online using Facebook and Twitter and even included a last minute tweeting frenzy as the record-attempt faced failure of falling short of a few hundred people.
In the end, the required number of people gathered at the spot and as the clock struck 12, the jubilant crowd started singing the national anthem “Pak sar zameen” to mark Pakistan’s 64th independence day and set a new world record.
The record itself will be unofficial until formally recognized by Guinness World Records.
View a video of the complete anthem record here.

Pakistan Football Federation announces Rs 3m for U-16 football team

LAHORE – The Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) on Thursday announced a lucrative cash prize of Rs three million for the Pakistan U16 team for winning the SAFF championship in Katmandu. 
"President PFF Faisal Saleh Hayat is very delighted on the showing of the team in the event in which they beat India in the final to lift their first ever SAFF Under-16 title," said PFF Secretary Ahmed Yar Khan Lodhi.
He termed the victory historic and meaningful for Pakistan football and said the young guns did a wonderful job for the country.
"This victory will open a new era in Pakistan football. We are confident that young players will continue doing hard work to build on this success,” added Lodhi. He said the PFF requested the Prime Minister and Chief Ministers of all the provinces and private business houses to encourage young team by announcing cash incentives to acknowledge their great achievement.
Meanwhile, Pakistan victorious team accorded warm welcome on their arrival at Karachi Airport on Thursday (afternoon). The team will reach Lahore on Friday (today) and will be welcomed by the Pakistan Football Federation officials.

Read about: Pakistan defeat India, win U-16 SAFF Chaimpionship

Excellent initiative by Team Awesome and HS Productions; Sing for Pakistan | Video

'Sing for Pakistan' excellent initiative by Team Awesome and HS Productions. Recent video release by them is of Pakistanies from various fields of life; Students, Mothers, Shop-keepers, Actors, children etc.. They are the students of Iqra University. Their first video was 'Karachi City Duck Sauce'.

In description of the video uploaded on Youtube, they (team) writes:

We decided to make a video for our beloved country and it's people. We are a proud nation and we stand united, through thick and thin, be it for better or worse, we are one. 

We need more student like them, this is not just a piece/blog, I wrote in 5 minutes. It's called effort and hard work, after working on streets and interacting with people.

In one word the effort made by 'Team Awesome and HS Productions' can be described as 'fantabulous'.

Video is dedicated to fellow citizens... Enjoy !!!

People shows concern on the security of nukes in Britain

"I am seriously concerned about the safety of Nuclear Devices in Great Britain. The terrorists have shown how they can destroy a city like London in a few hours. If the nukes get into their hands they could wreck havoc. UK needs to DO MORE for the safety of its nukes and assure Muslims in general and Pakistan in Particular that its nukes are in safe hands and it has a proper command & control system in place"

Definitely; Britain is not doing more as was expected to help safeguard the world from the terrorism. “Britain must do more”, demand must be addressed by all governments of effected and non-effected states, especially Pakistan and the Islamic countries.

Muslims and the world states are concerned and worried about Britain’s home-grown terrorists and terrorism that has destabilised UK and its infrastructures for the worst.

The Muslims and the world states now are also worried and concerned of UK’s uncontrolled terrorism escalation to the parts of European states, i.e. France, Germany, Holland, Poland, and Spain. Britain must do more to make sure the safety of the people’s lives and the safety of its neighbouring countries.

UK’s worsening situations have put a big question mark on the safety of its nuclear facilities; now the terrorists/rioters could not be any further from Britain’s nuclear facilities, as feared by the most people in world.