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Diplomatic approach and 3 ways to avoid being defeated

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How to be diplomatic and avoid being defeated

Let’s start at the very foremost thing.

That’s your fear, your insanity, the quitter within you who keeps coming back to haunt you for whatever reason it sees fit.

You need to be able to fight this. How effectively you’re able to fight it will determine your success ratios.

Think of this world, this life – this process as a living piece of art.

Sun Tzu titled his book ‘The Art of War’ for a good reason!

It’s the ART of war, the ART of painting a beautiful picture with the paintbrush of your life – the ART of life itself.

You can’t ignore this fact and you certainly can’t avoid it.

For you to be able to paint that picture, you need to have/go through some realizations in life.

I’m not going to tell you what they are because I don’t know what they might be for your individual case.

I can only reveal to you a certain path that you can take to make those realizations.

Yet, most people will not do it.

I don’t know anything about how diplomats conduct their business on a daily basis.

But I do know that they have ‘the’ magic formula to get it done.

And that magic formula is being patiently impatient.

Meaning that you consistently go after that which you’re very impatient about – in a diplomatic and subtle way.

Think of getting what you want from others as a beautiful exercise of collaboration, ebb, and flow, energetic and dull phases…

And only engage in a full out war if nothing else works, and everything systematically fails you.

When your skills to communicate fail you, you have to realize that it’s no longer you, it’s the person you’re trying to interact with who’s the problem.

And that moment, and only at that moment are you allowed to chuck your nuclear weapon at them.

What it means to be diplomatic

Most people think of diplomats as being people who speak with forked tongues.

In fact, the reality is that they’re combining a beautiful symphony of words and colloquial which help establish them as a socialite and likable personality.

Believe me when I say this: you don’t like to talk to someone you don’t like, whereas you’ll always be excited to talk to someone you really, really like!

Think of an example of media persons, actors, actresses, singers etc. would you want to talk to them in a boisterous and loud tone?

I highly doubt it.

You’ll lower your wing to them so that they may recognize you and maybe even be gracious enough to take you under their wing.

Isn’t that true about yourself and those around you who admire celebrities and people of immense wealth?

Now then, can we not easily draw a comparison between them and how the diplomats of a country interact with those of another?

Of course! Hence, we can conclude that those with superior etiquettes, social skills, and communion will always come out on top in almost every situation.

So then why don’t we ever learn from our diplomat friends? Make some of them our mentors and get them to teach us how to talk, and how to walk?

Most people don’t do it because of the size of their ego and why they don’t want to seem small or appear insignificant in front of others.

This whole image thing has gotten way out of hand, and I feel like this will take some real work to reverse.

However, if the astute reader is willing to put in the effort to seek out such people and learn from them what you can, then I can see the world morphing into a better and peaceful place.

Diplomats in effect prevent many wars and conflicts.

But should their skill fails them, their entire nation has to have their backs when it comes down to war.

For instance, if a Pakistani diplomat is on a mission abroad to build a positive image of Pakistan, then the government and the nation itself has to work hard in order to make the illusion of grandeur no longer an illusion but something that’s real, simple, and wonderful.

I’m sure you can reach this conclusion by yourself, but I’ll say it again: diplomacy is an art that’s the most important aspect of your life.

The more skillful your diplomacy is, the better result you’ll get from every area of your life.

It’s okay to let it go once in a while and scream on top of your lungs and curse and spite the world – but do it alone in your own room where no one can hear you…or even if someone is hearing you, they’re your closest confidant, not someone who’ll betray you at the slightest hint of vulnerability on your part.

Simplistic ideas with major results

Ideas that are simple to implement are often the ones that get us best results.

Then why not embrace that aspect of your life?

You can easily make things complicated.

But in order to do that you always have to start simple.

You start at a point where life is simple enough to be recognized from a mile away.

Your movements will be clearly visible to everyone.

But the moment you start to make it complicated by hiding and taking cover, you’ll make things harder for people who want to try and read you.

Let’s look at what you can do to put yourself in an advantageous position 99.99% of the time.

1) Always find cover and stay hidden

The number one thing I’ve learned by talking to veterans and asking questions about their life is: take cover or die!

There’s no such thing as being bulletproof…it may have been true some 350 years ago, but with the invention of the rifle, this is not true anymore.

You can’t face your enemy head on unless you have a real death wish.

It’s the same thing in civilian life: the moment your movements are tracked, you’ll see your enemy coming at you with full speed while taking you out.

You can’t allow that. You can’t think that your enemy is weaker than you.

In fact, in most circumstances, your enemy will be a lot stronger than you are.

That’s why guns, nukes, and unarmed combat techniques exist.

Drawing on this analogy of war, we can apply it to other areas of life as well.

For instance, in business, if your opponent knows that you’re doing something that’ll potentially hurt their business, they’ll see it coming a mile away.

And as soon as they feel threatened, they’ll develop a counter to what you’re eventually going to do.

So, in order to keep your enemy guessing, build on “take cover or die” and keep your head as low as possible.

2) Mitigate loss by effectively keeping your eyes on the goal

Whatever your goal in life maybe you have to keep an eye on it at all times.

Let’s take an example from the company named Apple

I’m using this example because it’s easy to understand and I can effectively get my point across to most people (and also to borrow Simon Sinek’s words).

Apple has been a company known for its innovation and sleek designs in all of its electronics; they do this by effectively keeping an eye on the prize.

What’s that prize? How to innovate and make products that can help people do a certain thing.

For instance, how to help teachers teach and students to learn.

Contrast that with other companies who are consistently trying to beat their competition; i.e. Apple.

[These are completely profit driven]

They don’t concentrate on making their products the best that they can be, instead, they often copy off of Apple’s design and make it into a benchmark.

And for good reason, Apple is focused on playing the long-term game whereas their competitors are looking to outdo them in the short-term.

Of course, the one playing the long-term game will eventually come out on top!

Why you ask?

Because the more you stretch out a number of resources and time available to play this game, the more opportunities you have to frustrate and weaken your enemy.

Do this until your enemy can no longer muster another attack against you; then you can easily win the situation without much resistance or losing too many assets.

3) Search and destroy

If you’ve ever noticed how the big corporations operate, you’ll come to understand a common theme in their mode(s) of operation.

They acquire any small businesses early on that have the potential to threaten their business and make it an integral part of their strategy to grow faster and bigger.

Google’s acquisition of YouTube and Facebook’s acquisition of WhatsApp is a fine example of how these acts are performed.

Google saw the potential of searching up tutorials via the use of videos and immediately acquired YouTube in order to stay ahead of the game.

Whereas Facebook acquired WhatsApp in order to keep an edge in the texting and communication world.

Both the companies follow a simple rule laid out in the Art of Warnever let your enemy gain an upper hand.

There’s always something that you can do to mitigate risk and counter your opponents’ move(s).

Always remember, that the moment you cease to learn is the moment you cease to exist.

In order to keep yourself relevant in the game, you need to learn faster because there’s always room for improvement.

If Indians are attacking 3 of our provinces via a proxy war (namely: KPK, Balochistan, and Kashmir) then it’s in your best interest to counter this move with something more powerful and that which the enemy doesn’t expect.

I don’t need to lay out those plans for you, as most of you already understand what needs to be done in order to keep the enemy at bay.

But most of you won’t ever get to live up to your full potential because of the fact that you refuse to learn!

And that you refuse to act in a morally righteous and humble way.

Saying that you’re humble doesn’t make you humble, your actions and interactions with other people make them apparent so.

The most humble and curious will survive the long-term game of life – when they play their cards right.

Conclusion and what’s next…

So, we have looked at how diplomacy can literally change your life.

We’ve also looked at the fact that life itself should be treated like a mosaic or painting that’s worked on slowly and with masterful strokes.

Not every situation will be ideal or favorable to you in any way.

This is evident when we think about what might happen to the brush when we paint with it.

Perhaps having too much paint will get the brush too clogged up to use and we won’t be able to paint with it any longer.

This is similar to how some things in life work better than others, and how some things should always evolve in order to keep their relevancy in your tool kit.

For instance, the automobile is not going anywhere given the astronomical increase in transportation and human population densities.

However, by the same token horses and other animals that were used for transportation are no longer relevant.

Though they exist in the background and live their lives as they would, they cannot be used as a method of transportation ever again.

Similarly, diplomacy is an evergreen asset in your arsenal. One that would never grow old or die.

Because its need is perpetual and effervescent.

It doesn’t fade nor does it require cease of all human interaction.

Because humans will always interact with each other regardless of what happens, this skill will always be needed – no matter what happens a million years from now!

Unless of course, the entire solar system goes “ka-blewie” there’s no way that life on Earth for humans will ever cease to exist.

In order to paint this painting of life in a most effective and sustainable manner, you must look to mentors who have already drawn on their canvas with brilliant resolve.

Learn what tools they use for their life and even borrow some if at all possible.

But if you can’t, then make up your own; in order for you to do that, you must have inspiration and insight from other successful human beings.

What’s next…?

Slow down your thoughts, focus your mind and reflect on the type of stroke that will give you the best advantage in the present situation.

And then act! Make that stroke on your canvas making sure that you won’t regret making it.

Live every day as though you need to make your painting as beautiful and as lively as possible.

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Adding diplomatic strength to Pakistan’s foreign policy

How do we add diplomatic strength to Pakistan’s foreign policy?

The answer seems as if it’s something of a big concern to all parties involved in this intricate dance of life and death.

However, the answers are so simple to implement and so mindbogglingly easy to get our heads wrapped around, that only a complacent idiot or a negligent criminal will ignore these calls for national strength and sovereignty.

Pakistan is a nuclear-armed state that has the world’s strongest and most resilient armed forces.

The ranking doesn’t matter, the fact of the matter is, that we have held off aggression from countries like India, Afghanistan, United States, and USSR.

All in the history of just 70 years or so in Pakistan’s existence!

This is a feat worthy of telling stories about in its own right….

But in order to understand the Pakistani stance here, we have to look at the psyche of our government and how it uses its lackeys to continuously humiliate our national identity in order to preserve its own interests.

Yes, it simply sacrifices the national interests of all 200 million Pakistanis collectively for its own personal gain.

Will you still just stand there and watch as Mr. Sharif and his lackeys erode our national sovereignty due to personal grudges against the people of Pakistan?

Of course, you will because you don’t know how to take your country back from thugs yet.

And that’s okay because we all know that it will take some time to get the government to listen to us the loyal citizens of Pakistan.

If we want anything at all to be done about our present situation.

The average Pakistani is so misinformed that he/she doesn’t have a clue about what’s going on in their lives or around them.

For this purpose, it is your responsibility: the reader, to actively pursue instances of gaining knowledge about Pakistani affairs and reading up on situations which are happening across the country.

If economic uncertainty is something you’re afraid of, then you have to be able to read about finances and how to acquire multiple income sources for yourself.

Citizen Awareness Program is not at the stage where it can provide the good citizens with such capabilities just yet.

But with the combined support of the citizenry, we are positive that we can make a lasting impact in determining how Pakistan should be governed and its national policies broadcast all over the capitals of the world.

Pakistani foreign diplomatic stance regarding regional issues

Pakistanis collectively have decided that India is a hostile, enemy nation which MUST be treated as such.

For this diplomatic stance to hold ground, our government officials MUST be united in propagating this image across the world.

  • Tell the world about the atrocities which the Indian aggressor has committed when Bangladesh was forming in 1971.
  • Highlight the Kashmiri cause and strengthen diplomatically and as well as economic ties with Kashmir as necessary.
  • Treat Bangladesh, and Afghanistan as hostile nations and cut all diplomatic ties with them pronto.
  • Fence the Afghan-Pakistan border and repatriate the Afghan refugees at an increased rate.
  • Stop cross-border trade between Afghanistan and India which is going through Pakistani routes.
  • Or if stopping the trade is not possible, then levy heavy sanctions and taxes on Afghan goods that pass through Pakistan.
  • Treat Bangladesh the same way as we would Afghanistan.

Keeping in mind that Pakistan is a nuclear-armed state, we can threaten these nations whenever we want and however, we want.

We can also commit any act of aggression in Pakistani national interest as WE deem necessary.

The same can be said about India as it is already tagging Afghanistan along for a ride to kill maximum amount of innocent Pakistanis in the Balochistan province and fan the flames of hatred towards the federation on a high-intensity level.

Such brazen acts of violence and outright war cannot go unpunished!

The world needs to understand that dealing with Pakistan MUST be done on equal grounds or when Pakistan is in the position of strength.

It is NOT enough for the Pakistani citizens to change their government and bring in a loyalist government.

Pakistan needs to build up its military in order to keep a strong check and balance on any acts of aggression from countries like India and Afghanistan.

Pakistan also needs to build up its intelligence network to weed out any hostile agenda from any potentially harmful countries like Iran.

Not that we would mark Iran as a hostile enemy, one can never know when the ones we call brother today can turn against us on the behest of aggressors like India and the United States.

Pakistani foreign diplomatic stance regarding international issues

Don’t confuse the international issues with regional issues.

Yes, once you step outside of the borders of Pakistan you’re in international territory, but one must also understand how Pakistan should deal with countries which don’t directly border it and are hostile to it.

European map

European countries like France, Spain, Denmark, and Britain must be treated as hostile nations who have a malignant agenda against Pakistani citizens.

One must not tread too far in order to understand why these countries are on the list here.

The next batch is Asia itself, fortunately, we don’t have any nations which are hostile towards Pakistan, but in the near future, this can all change should the United States and China have a war in the South China Sea.

Asian map and diplomacy with Pakistan

African countries aren’t very much of a threat so we can perhaps layoff Africa or have a neutral stance towards any nation wanting diplomatic relations.

As far as the Middle East goes, except for Turkey, Jordan and maybe Iran, the entirety of the region is hostile towards Pakistan.

Middle East and diplomacy strength for Pakistan

Countries like Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, and the UAE must be treated as hostile nations.

As they have a past record of fueling terrorism and insurgency within the Balochistan province and the city of Karachi.

Israel is the most hostile region of all – we refrain from calling it country since we don’t recognize the Israeli identity.

Israel MUST be treated with high level of alertness and as well as diplomatic and military strength.

There’s no talking to such tyrants, we don’t negotiate with enemies of humanity, thus we HAVE to treat Israel as a region we are at war it at all times.

As far as North American countries are concerned, only United States stands out as the most hostile country in lieu of Israel.

North America and Pakistan diplomatic strength

South American regions are neutral and should be treated as such until further notice (how situations evolve following the war between USA and China).

Friends of Pakistan at the present time…

This topic is a little difficult to write about since Pakistani government has not made any leeway towards establishing diplomatic ties with much of the world’s countries.

However, based on empirical evidence and how the behavior of certain countries has been towards Pakistan we can conclude that countries listed herein are foremost well-wishers and friends of Pakistan:

  • Turkey
  • China
  • Bosnia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Japan
  • Albania
  • Jordan
  • Sri Lanka
  • Russia
  • Thailand
  • Egypt
  • Indonesia
  • Malaysia
  • Brunei

Out of these countries, Pakistan has strong diplomatic ties with Turkey, China, Egypt, and possibly Russia.

Countries like Jordan, Bosnia, Azerbaijan, Thailand, and Albania are very much neutral but don’t hold any hostilities towards Pakistan.

Furthermore, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei and Sri Lanka can prove to be useful allies in the future should Pakistan need to depend on geographical strategic posturing and fluid military movement.

Turkey, China, and Russia have to be treated as the most important allies for Pakistan, as a weakness will invite aggression.

As it already is from the Indian and Afghani side.

Should Pakistan need to rely on Chinese goods, Russian military strength, and Turkish trade, we can apply diplomatic strength in such a way that can allow us to not step on any toes and get what we want as well.

Neutral countries that can be converted to become Pakistan’s friend in the long run

These countries don’t exactly know the history of Pakistan, as much of the world doesn’t…

But these nations can be used as bargaining chips to put pressure on hostile nations like India, Afghanistan, USA, Israel, Britain, and Bangladesh to drop certain stances which harm Pakistan tremendously.

The list is as follows:South America and Pakistan diplomatic strength

  • Iran
  • Bolivia
  • Brazil
  • Germany
  • Tajikistan
  • Kazakhstan
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Uzbekistan
  • Armenia
  • Morocco
  • Cuba
  • Venezuela
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Canada

The point of listing these nations here is so that Pakistan can further strengthen its diplomatic ties with these countries.

Doing so will help us in negotiating treaties from common tax laws to criminal handling procedures.

Not to mention the flow of resources that would come to Pakistan in case such a wonderful foreign policy ever forms within the next 5 years.

Pakistan can negotiate or renegotiate a lot from this exercise if it plays its cards correctly.

Kashmir issue can also be handled with a diplomatic strength that allows Pakistan to acquire resources and label Indian aggressor as a terrorist state.

Any Indian organizations working inside Pakistan or on behalf of India can be scrutinized and/or expelled based on Pakistan’s economic and diplomatic strength.

This is all relative to how educated and well-informed citizens want to become in the very near future.

The more well-informed and entrepreneurial minded citizens we’d have, the stronger our diplomatic ties with the rest of the world.

Leveraging Pakistan’s immediate allies for regional stability and economic development

Pakistan, as any other country on the planet, has full right to pursue economic interests.

As such, Pakistan has looked to its Chinese neighbor to help build a sustainable economy that can help propel Pakistan into the ‘developed nations’ arena faster than before.

However, the Indian aggressor doesn’t like this move and hence has put measures in place to continuously halt the Gwadar port project which has resulted in countless senseless deaths and further victimization of Pakistan by terrorism.

Economic development of Pakistan is none of India’s business. It should focus on its own human rights violations or be prepared to face the music in the very near future.

Pakistan can use China, Turkey, and Russia – its most immediate allies and well-wishers to further develop its economy.

Turkey is already a country that has bilateral and brotherly ties with Pakistan, in fact, much of Turkish population resembles Pakistani features and culture.

Turkey and Pakistan diplomatic strength

Trading with Turkey and taking advantage of its military and economic prowess can open new opportunities for growth and development for Pakistanis of all ages.

Whether they be male or female can be made immaterial by further borrowing technological advancements from nations like Canada, Japan, and Russia to fulfill any shortfalls.

Iran can be used as an ally to stabilize the Central Asian region.

China has this dual role with regards to Pakistan, but Beijing is more concerned with Washington now that the new President Elect Donald Trump will be coming to power on January 20th, 2017.

Pakistan must look towards its own citizens to help provide resources, and human ingenuity in order to counter any aggression or hostilities from India, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh.

Russia is a foremost manufacturer of weapons and technology.

Hence President Vladimir Putin can be asked to invest in Pakistan via way of mutual benefits and friendship.

Vladimir Putin and Pakistan

Russia can provide the much-needed weapons’ technology to Pakistani Armed Forces’ arsenal…

As well as provide with the technological prowess that is unknown to Pakistan.

Trading partners such as Indonesia, Malaysia, and possibly Brunei can help boost Pakistani economy and accelerate its return to the gold-standard.

South East Asia and Pakistan diplomatic strength

Strategic military alliances such as Sri Lanka, Japan, and Australia can boost Pakistani Navy’s operational capability and modernize it faster than before.

Australia and Pakistan diplomatic strength

New Zealand is also a technological hub, so to ignore its capabilities will be very foolish indeed.

Countries like Jordan and Egypt can provide strategic depth to Pakistan’s Middle Eastern adventure.

We can use these countries as launching pads to liberate cities like Medina and Makkah from the yolk of the Satanic house of Saud.

Furthermore, the Palestinian cause can be directly championed and campaigned for in case Israelis get any funny ideas on how they want to deal with Muslims in the region.

Countries like Syria are not important to Pakistani strategical maneuvering, however, should they want to come into the fold, Pakistanis should use the opportunity to further strengthen their militaristic strength.

Understanding the Pakistani mission

As a world class country, Pakistan is committed to peace and stability in the world.

We wish nothing more than to develop and champion the human cause in all aspects of life.

As such, we can’t do this without the help of our citizens and our most immediate allies.

We ask that any non-Pakistanis reading this message consider their stance to be of that of friendliness and congeniality instead of a hostile or neutral one.

Doing so will give you the opportunity to help create a better world for the future generations and contribute to a technological well that is bound to grow should Pakistan succeed in subduing the enemies of humanity.

In order to understand ‘why’ exactly does Pakistan, please head over to our series “Why does Pakistan exist?” and read up on our true mission statement and how we differ from all other nations on planet Earth.

Final thoughts on diplomacy and tying it all together…

We’ve understood what we need to do in order to strengthen Pakistan’s diplomatic strength and economic stability.

We’ve also visited the fact that there are many hostile nations who wish to disintegrate Pakistan and harm its citizenry for racist tendencies.

It is unfortunate that countries like the United States have decided to go against Pakistan and have allied themselves with India.

However, in the near future, we would like the United States to cease hostilities and see Pakistan as an agent of peace and stability in the world.

There are many nations which can be made as close allies or made to have brotherly ties with as well.

These nations can provide Pakistan with much needed technological prowess, and economic growth that has been stagnant in Pakistan for the last 30 years or so.

Citizens of other nations (with the exception of India, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh) can play their part in helping Pakistani cause come to fruition…

And once again establish lasting peace and prosperity for the majority of human beings in the near future.

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