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3 definitions by Mr. Ali

 
1.
Sometimes referred by the media as think tanks - A group of american people strongly allied with israel, nazism/zionism, and neo-conservatives who regularly create fresh lies (which they call spin) and deviant ideas about the world and all other civilizations. They do this to brainwash the naive TV junkie public who subconsciously will start to believe the lies if they hear the same stuff on a regular basis through various media outlets.
Yehud is a member of the latest think tank, people regularly complain about the foul shit smell coming from his mouth, he had to then re-explain it must be because his job involves creating and dispersing bullshit everyday - thus actually working for a STINK TANK.
Mr. Ali tarafından 25 Ağustos 2006, Cuma
 
2.
also known as STINK TANK - A group of american people strongly allied with israel, nazism/zionism, and neo-conservatives who regularly create fresh lies (which they call spin) and deviant ideas about the world and all other civilizations. They do this to brainwash the naive TV junkie public who subconsciously will start to believe the lies if they hear the same stuff on a regular basis through various media outlets.
Yehud is a member of the latest think tank, people regularly complain about the foul shit smell coming from his mouth, he had to then re-explain it must be because his job involves creating and dispersing bullshit everyday - thus actually working for a STINK TANK.
Mr. Ali tarafından 19 Ağustos 2006, Cumartesi
 
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Depends whose says the word similar to the word nigger. if said by an anglo-saxon or any other non-asian race than its a derogatory racist term. If said by a Pakistani then it is an urban term of nationality. Sometimes said to be just a short term for Pakistani. But again depends who says the term.
Pakistanis and other South-asians suffered a lot of racist abuse during the early years of immigration into Britain the term used by Nazi Scum who support (the BNP and National Front) in Britain was Pakis. The first generation accepted it as they were not very much in touch with society's views about them, they were here to live in peace and work their arses off for their children and families back home. But after that generation there is no more acceptance of this racism, by Pakistanis or by the general good British public. As was seen in the Bradford, Burnley and Oldham riots in 2001.
Mr. Ali tarafından 19 Ağustos 2006, Cumartesi