The debate "According to my social media survey 60% Kashmiri wants only freedom 30% vote Pakistan 10% vote India" was started by
October 26, 2015, 4:13 pm.
22 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 12 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Anas posted 13 arguments to the agreers part.
Anas, confident, advr93, ISI, Spy, Ghauri, Sunni, ThatDebatingGuy, Nury and 13 visitors agree.
action007man, sdiop, mafiajo, roshni, president and 7 visitors disagree.
I really think about the long
that's why the Kashmir is a biggest problem of India Pakistan
both countries have nuclear power
both countries biggest enemies of each other
You disagreed my all ideas so
you've any idea about the Kashmir?
but unfortunately you've no any idea about the Kashmir?
so what will be the future of Kashmir?
Kashmiri are human
they know better their future
they're not slavery nation
its right that?
daily killing in Kashmir through Indian army?
How do you plan to make sure that people end up in the piece going where they want it to? How long should the rest of the word give welfare checks to Kashmir? You really aren't thinking through the long term results of what you are proposing.
so its best solution that
30% Kashmir give to Pakistan
10% Kashmir give to India
60% Kashmir give to freedom and all the problems are possible to solved if UNO human rights watch and many advance countries helped Kashmiri people because if Kashmir issue will be solved so Pakistan also support Kashmir
because its a history
Pakistan has fought many times with for Kashmir
Pakistan rise many times issue of Kashmir
but its a failure of India
because people of Kashmiri considered "15 August" as black day (its a independence day of India)
Kashmiri considered 27-October as a black day (when India captured Kashmir since 1947)
Kashmiri people also unite in 5-February (Pakistani people show unity of Kashmir)
If cricket match played between Pakistan & India and if Pakistan won cricket so people of Indian occupied Kashmir celebrated our victory
Because Kashmiri hates India
India killed 2 lacs above Kashmiri since (1947 to present)
So if 30% of a population want to change countries, you feel that is sufficient to cause international conflict? How do you suppose that would work when those who want to be part of India use it as justification for breaking away from Kashmir to rejoin India?
If Kashmir isn't able to as free nation
you defined me many examples so its a best solution is Kashmir is belongs to Pakistan because after majority of people secondly people also support Pakistan because 80% Kashmiri are Muslim and Pakistan is a very serious to solve this problem than India
It has nothing to do with religion. Try logic, not hiding behind religious fears.
A few questions before you declare that Kashmir is ready for independence. What will be your primary export? What industries will form your economy? Will you be able to support a military, mint, post office, etc? How will you register people to vote if you will hold elections? If not, who will run this newly free territory? What about the debts that may be owed?
You say people want freedom, but is Kashmir able to support a free nation, or will freeing you lead to people starving in the streets as your economy collapses?
I have suggestion of Pakistani and Indian government that majority of Kashmiri wants only freedom so we should have to free Kashmir on both sides
if you don't agree suggestion?
so I say again you've any idea about the problem of Kashmir?
because Kashmir is Muslim state that's why you don't care about this problem
what is this Palestine?
this topic is on Kashmir issue
Because your arguments are flawed. Not having a solution to a problem doesn't mean I don't know anything about the subject. I don't know how to ease the tension between Israel and Palestine, that doesn't mean I know nothing of the conflict and can't say anything about it. Are you claiming that, based on your friends and families opinions, you have sufficient knowledge of international politics to have the ideal solution?
So why are you talking this topic?
you've no idea
Its mean you don't know full information about Kashmir
As I said to you in a previous debate, I don't have the answer. I am not an expert on politics or conflict resolution, and somehow I doubt you are either.
So you've any idea of solution of problems of Kashmir!
And how would you suggest we do that? We don't live in the area, and don't have lots of money to fly halfway around the world to take a poll on a subject that on no way impacts out lives.
yeah but its simple solutions is that:
people of Kashmiri ask them about this topic
I didn't say it was fake, I said your sample was biased.
so if it is a fake so please ask Kashmiri people about this topic
You have in no way addressed the fact that your sample is biased when you conduct a survey of your friends and family.
No my friends doesn't agree with me
because as a Pakistani I want to Kashmiri votes Pakistan but in my social media survey no India no Pakistan Kashmiri wants only freedom
then if you don't believe it so you've any idea to solve this problem?
I've a only one suggestion that please ask Kashmiri people about this......
Your friends list on social media will mostly be made up of your friends and family, who are more likely to think like you (that being why they are your friends). That means than any survey of your social media will almost always show that the majority of people agree with you. Further bias will come from the fact that if someone disagrees with your opinion, they are less likely to say so on social media because they care for you and won't want to start an argument with you. Your social media contacts do not provide a random sample of the population, which means that any survey or poll will be suspect at best.
my Facebook and Twitter survey
and you don't believe it so please ask Kashmiri people and u also remember UNO resolution
What do you mean by my social media. plz elaborate.
Social media is in no way representative of a population.