Pakistan ex-leader Musharraf sentenced to death

Pakistan ex-leader Musharraf sentenced to death

Pakistan’s former president General Pervez Musharraf has been sentenced to death at a special court hearing over a high treason charge. Musharraf served as president from 2001 to 2008. He is currently in Dubai having been allowed to leave Pakistan for medical treatment in 2016. The charge relates to his suspension of the constitution in 2007, seeking to extend his tenure.

Timothy
Timothy
Sapper
Sapper 2 months

And we call them backwards!! As much as I dislike what the Pakistanis do and get away with in Britain, with impunity from prosecution (look up the country wide MASS rape of our children covered up by Prime Minister Gordon Brown) their inherent right to punish their guilty is up to them. So fair play- I just wish our corrupt government would finally realise that the people have had enough of their games and BS, we want our country back- the globalist experiment has failed, for we are all tribal people who feel most comfortable around our own people. Doesn’t make anyone racist, it’s human nature. Europeans are at home with Europeans, Europeans are at home with Americans, Canadians, Aussies, NZers etc, it’s just on our bloodlines- and we have bought so much to the world through blood, sweat and tears and we want to cherish what we have built, the art we have created, the music, the architecture and so on. Sorry for the rant folks, but a little sick of being called silly names by foreigners who hate my country and openly take the generous benefits that were hard earned by the people they so openly despise.

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