. . . . . Hypocrisy Thy Name is . . . . . منافقت . . . . .

آئین جواں مرداں حق گوئی و بے باکی..اللہ کے بندوں کو آتی نہیں روباہی...Humanity is declining by the day because an invisible termite, Hypocrisy منافقت eats away human values instilled in human brain by the Creator. I dedicate my blog to reveal ugly faces of this monster and will try to find ways to guard against it. My blog will be objective and impersonal. Commentors are requested to keep sanctity of my promise.

Thursday, June 09, 2005

Want to have some nice time ? Have a minute

If I was in America and had an American wife . . .

My wife and I have the secret to making a marriage last. Two times a week, we go to a nice restaurant, drinks of choice, good food…She goes Tuesdays, I go Fridays.

Someone stole all my credit cards, but I won’t be reporting it. The thief spends less than my wife did.

I asked my wife, “Where do you want to go for our anniversary?” She said, “Somewhere I have never been!” I told her, “How about the kitchen?”

She has an electric blender, electric toaster, and electric bread maker. Then she said, “There are too many gadgets, and no place to sit down!” So what did I do? Bought her an electric chair.


  • At 10:05 pm, Anonymous Shuaib's day said…

    I read some of your recent posts, you are very nice in english. Good day.

  • At 1:04 pm, Blogger Hypocrisy Thy Name said…

    Mr Shuaib
    Thank you for making me smile. Shakespeare said, “It is better to find a smiling face than a hundred Dollar note on the road.” I quoted it because our people are very fond of quoting aliens. What I never forget is “To make a person smile brings thousands (some say 7000 some say 70000) of goodies as reward in the eternal world.” So, you got it.

    Should I uncover the secret of the English ranked nice by you ? I studied in an Urdu medium school where English was taught to me in 6th to 8th by a teacher who was only a Matriculate with less than 60% marks and in 9th and 10th by a Graduate (not of English language) with less than 50% marks. They were very hard-working and honest teachers and the quality of their teaching was superb. If I had remembered all what they taught me, my English would have been far better than what it is now.

  • At 7:56 pm, Blogger Manzoor Khan said…

    Ajman Sahib,

    This is Manzoor Khan (Urdu ke Naam). I read about your profile. Looks like it's been quite a long journey.

    So, are you a Kashmiri Muslim, or ordinary migrant from India?

    Yes, you write well, indeed. Butm why hypocrisy?

    Is this, by any chance, the result of leaving India and adopting Pakistan as your homeland?

    -:) Wa Salam.

  • At 7:57 pm, Blogger Manzoor Khan said…


    It should be Ajmal Sahib.

    I stand, corrected.

  • At 9:14 am, Blogger Hypocrisy Thy Name said…

    Mr Manzoor Khan

    The term Kashmiri (though widely used) is a misnomer. Officially, we were and are known as Jammu & Kashmir State Subjects. We, the people of the state Jammu & Kashmir, had never considered ourselves to be Indians even before August, 1947.

    For knowing details about me, please, look in to the side bar of this blog and under ‘Links’ click on My Life in Jammu & Kashmir

    “Why I write on Hypocrisy” is your question but the answer suggested by you is totally on the wrong track.

    First, please, read the description on top of this blog. Then, after the day’s work before going to sleep, when your mind is free of all hassles, review your day (what you saw / heard / read) and you will note that most of us are not what we pretend, don’t do what we say, have different standards for ourselves and others. This is hypocrisy which has penetrated like epidemic in to nations and brought the world very near to complete disaster.

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  • At 11:58 pm, Blogger Leila M. said…

    sorry, but this post is bogus.

  • At 7:18 am, Blogger Hypocrisy Thy Name said…

    Leila M:
    Thank you for your comment. The comment doesn't worry me. If you live in USA and read magazines, you should have known that these are not my words but copied from American magazines. If you are American, it may have hurt you but I never meat that for you.

  • At 6:13 pm, Blogger Manzoor Khan said…

    Dear Ajmal Sahib,

    Thanks for answering my comment. Regarding J&K, it was not a part of India in the sense it was a princely state. Even Hyderabadis don't use to consider themselves an Indians, and would refer to people from North India as "Hindustanis". But then, Hyderabad was forcefully merged into India, and now every Hyderabadi is Indian.
    Kashmir, no doubt, is an "unsettled issue of the partition". Till some thing is decided about it, the people of Kashmir may like to abstain as being identifies as Indians or Pakistanis. I think that make sense.

    But then, who are you? A Kashmiri? A Pakistani? A Kashmiri living in Pakistan with a Pakistani passport? That way, there are many Kashmiri Muslims living in India living with an Indian passport.

    And, when you say "the people of the state Jammu & Kashmir", are you also counting the Kashmiri Pundits? Kashmir was ruled by a Hindu Raja - the Pandits also cry for their beleagured Valley. I am sure you are aware and sensetive to them, as well - and think of them as a part of your Kashmir.

    Lastly, while you never thought of yourself as Indian, then, I am afraid, being a Subject of the State of Jammu Kashmir, you have no more business of calling yourself Pakistani either.

    Can we have the priorities clear?

  • At 6:28 am, Blogger Hypocrisy Thy Name said…

    Mr Manzoor Khan
    To clarify your first point let me change my earlier sentence to "Gilgit & Baltistan were never a part of Bharat". Right ?

    Of course, accession of State Jammu & Kashmir to Bharat is still disputed. This is a result of Bharat’s armed aggression and then taking somersaults on principles / promises.

    You have again used the term “Kashmiri” in spite of my clarification in the earlier answer to your comment. Kashmiri is used as suffix by those people who left Kashmir for good not in 1947 or after but much before (may be centuries back).

    Your comment, however, indicates that you do not know much about Jammu Kashmir problem. Kindly wait and keep having a look on this blog. I have already started writing a brief about Jammu Kashmir problem on demand / desire of some young friends (please see the post of June 27, 2005). I hope that all your questions will be answered in the near future.

  • At 5:32 pm, Blogger Manzoor Khan said…

    Kashmir problem has three versions: Indian (Pakistan is sponsoring terrirism), Pakistani (Indian forces is voilating human rights, and killing innocent Kashmiis), and Kashmiri (to hell with both of them who are playing political games. No one has the right to decide for us - we shall decide ourself).

    All that you would write would be from the Pakistani angel. And, I know most of all that you'd write -:). I am sure there won't be anything new.

  • At 8:39 pm, Blogger Hypocrisy Thy Name said…

    Mr Manzoor Khan.
    How do you know what I am going to write ? Do you receive prophesies ? Your comment indicates that you have not read what I have already written in this blog nor you have patience to wait for what I am yet to write and you have given the decision about me without knowing me. That's wonderful.

  • At 8:06 pm, Blogger Manzoor Khan said…

    Dear Ajmal Sahib,

    If that's the case, then I beg to apologize. I will read what you have written and will also what you'd write, and then possibly dare to write anything.

    But yes, I do expect an objective take on the issue.

  • At 9:15 am, Blogger Hypocrisy Thy Name said…

    Thanks. That's the logical approach. You may have to persevere. I have a very lengthy record of events collected over the past 58 years comprising news paper-clipps and mainly my hand-written notes. I have to sift it, make it very brief and, in several cases, translate it in to simple Urdu.


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