Posts tagged ‘Cyril Almeida’

November 2, 2011

Riaz Malik debunks BBC report and sings a paen for PTI Jalsa

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Aha, Liberal fascist Kamran must be crushed. See how great patriot and defender of Pak Fauj, Ejaz Haider has decontructed this falsehood of a BBC report in his typically brillliant, “Journalism or Jabberwocky”

In doing so, he has shown us that he is not only a great journalist but is also a master at English literature when he alludes to Lewis Carrol in the title. I salute him, Mosharraf Zaidi, Omar Waraich, Ayesha Tammy Haq and Cyril Almeida for coming out openly as PTI supportors on

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September 16, 2011

Cyril Almeida’s invitation to army to save Pakistan from Zardari

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According to Cyril: Army must consider that "the costs of non-intervention are higher than the benefits of the status quo."

Critical readers of Pakistani media are quite familiar with Cyril Almeida and his double-tongue when its comes to the ostensible criticism of army and appreciation of democracy while remaining loyal to the narratives of the Deep State. Mr. Almeida’s writings and services to the Deep State are a living proof of the fact that there are not only right wing columnists and media persons (mainly in the Urdu press) who recycle and reinforce the Deep State’s narratives, there are also some seemingly liberal columnists and writers (mainly in the English press) who are equally friendly and useful to the Deep State.

Special links with the military establishment 

Pakistan’s media circles are aware of frequent contacts between ISPR and Cyril, a privilege which is not available to anti-establishment journalists. Recently Cyril’s close contacts with the Deep State were revealed by none other than another ‘colleague’ i.e. Ahmad Quraishi. Mr. Quraishi writes quite visibly upset by the fact that Mr. Almeida leaked details of a confidential brief by none other than General Kayani:

Columnist Almeida extensively quoted from a background briefing and turned inaccuracies into policy statements. Thankfully, he didn’t forget to add, “All comments were made strictly on the condition of anonymity being maintained.” Oh really?

Mr. Almeida apparently was one of four-dozen editors, talk-show hosts and columnists invited by Pakistan Army Chief

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January 25, 2011

“The PPP abandoned Salmaan Taseer”

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The aim of this post is to highlight and confront the “PPP abandoned Taseer” narrative which is currently being transmitted and propagated in Pakistani and international media from certain quarters who are

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