mardi 18 juin 2019

No Freedom for Hate Speech!


Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, from one of the ethnicities ruling Pakistan who teases religious extremism against Wakhis


It should not be a Facebook decision that a person is innocent or guilty.


I strongly oppose the way a hatred campaign is fuelled against a family and a community. It is not “the justice” as invocated by a freak. It is injustice. It is dangerously irresponsible when an ethnic and religious minority is concerned, especially in a country “as explosive as Pakistan” (own troll's words). This is not acceptable! 

No to Ramla Akhtar hate speech



This is the incredible story of Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam,  a resident of Hussaini (Gojal), from one of the ethnicities ruling Pakistan who teases religious extremism against Wakhis, a small peaceful minority from Persian origin and Ismaili faith living in  high valley of Pakistan. The troll uses her Facebook blog page: “Black Mountain, Dragon Soul - a Wounded Mystic Spins Her Yarn" to carry her hate speech. This case is outstanding while it is a unique explicit and detailed example of a woman using sexist anti feminism fundamentalism as a revenge and as a destruction tool in a colonial-authoritarian way. It is also a remarkable description of the radicalization process from a person coming having a quite wealthy social class of origin. Here is a complete panel of the most expert trolls: racism, slander, hatred, defamation, insults, lie, conspiracy, religion, fake news building, harassment, pornography, rape, paedophilia. Trollism is suspected sometimes, to be connected with mental disorders. Here, is an evidence, added to the writing of an hallucinatory tale where the troll confusingly consider herself as a dragon, a preacher, a missionnaire, a saint and a shaman of her customized religion. 


If you want to know more about Akhtar's troll case




Report of a French traveler about a domestic hate speech against the Wakhi minority of Chapursan Valley and its male international guests - credibility assessment of an alleged sexual conspiracy against local women and foreign female visitors – concerns about an emerging external extremism


Analysis of a new troll conspiracy theory: the "secretly coordinated terror campaign"


Open letters to a troll from a so-called “rapist and pedophile buddy”


First evaluation of the counter measures taken to roll back the troll hate speech against the Chapursan Valley Wakhi minority


Hunza : the Black Mountain Dragon anthology


Rmala Aalam (FB personal page)'s tale going on - an incredible troll case


Black Mountain Dragon's (FB blog page) tale going on - an incredible troll case



Hussaini, where lives Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aaalam, is a peaceful wakhi village of Gojal.It is internationaly famous for its bridge and its magnificent view over Hunza River and Passu Cones


Hussaini, where lives Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aaalam, is a peaceful wakhi village of Gojal.It is internationaly famous for its bridge and its magnificent view over Hunza River and Passu Cones. 
Here, Akhtar handle a quack business where she sells in her shop, "BetterBonds", products she says having medical effects, including cancer therapy.

1 commentaire:

  1. At the end of Chapursan Valley, Baba Ghundi Festival success, in this July 2019, was a scathing of the disgusting, insane and slandering words, publications and manipulations launched by the troll Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam. Her wish to install distrust, hatred and division in between or against Chapursan Valley people just wrecked. Moreover she got the most severe denial from a female foreign traveller, a category of people in the name of whom she pretends to be talking. The delirious dimension of her attacks just made the valley realize how creepy are this witch and her crap. It also helps to understand that this permanent gall flood can not be tolerated anymore. Things have gone too far. For the peace and the harmony, which made Hunza Valley so famous, Ramla Akhtar, the outsider as she calls herself, has to leave and the sooner the better.
    Read the article: The success of Baba Ghundi Festival, a good kick in the ass of a troll-witch

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