Quotable Quotes for CSS 2022

Quotable Quotes for CSS 2022

For COVID 19;

  1. “There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.” Vladimir Lenin, Russian revolutionary leader.

  2. “We are facing a human crisis unlike any we have experiencedand our social fabric and cohesion is under stress.”  Amina J. Mohammed, UN Deputy-Secretary-General

For international cooperation on pandemic;

  1. “The pandemic is a clear test of international cooperation — a test we have essentially failed, a lack of global preparedness, cooperation, unity and solidarity.” António Guterres, UN Secretary-General

For the Single National Curriculum (SNC) & Education;

  1. “The dream of a single national curriculum is a pressing need for a large community of the country. It is not less than giving voice to unvoiced people.” Shaukat Ali, an Educationist

  2. “Education is a matter of life and death to our nation. The world is moving so fast that if we do not educate ourselves we will not only be left behind but also be no more.” Quaid-e-Azam

For Globalisation;

  1. “Arguing against globalisation is like arguing against the laws of gravity.” Kofi Annan, Former UN Secretary-General

  2. “No generation has had the opportunity, as we now have, to build a global economy that leaves no-one behind. It is a wonderful opportunity, but also a profound responsibility.” Bill Clinton,  Former U.S. President

  3. “Globalization is a fact, because of technology, because of an integrated global supply chain, because of changes in transportation. And we’re not going to be able to build a wall around that.” Barack Obama, Former U.S. President

For the formation of new provinces;

  1. “It will be in greater interest of Pakistan and its national integration if democratic concerns like economic growth, social development, welfare, decentralization and good governance are given priority rather than the religious, ethnic, linguistic, caste to be the valid bases for conceding the demands for new provinces.” Muhammad Usman Asghar

For Pak-Afghan & Afghan Peace Process;

  1. Afghanistan’s concern for the unity of Pashtuns [was] not genuine because it [did] not include the Pashtuns. (Pashtunistan) on its side of the line.”American Institute of Afghan Affairs

  2. “The extremists who have taken root in the border area of Pakistan and Afghanistan have attacked us before. They are now attemptingto destabilize, if not overthrow the Pakistani government and take back enough control, if not the entire country of Afghanistan.”  Hillary Rodham Clinton, Former US Secretary of State

  3. “The Afghan people have suffered for four decades. If you feel there is somewhere Pakistan can help [in reducing violence], please let us know. We assure you that we will do whatever is within our reach. The only way to help people on both sides of the border is by peace, trade and connectivity.” Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan

For Pak-China Relations;

  1. Pak-China friendship “is higher than the mountains, deeper than the oceans, stronger than steel, dearer than eyesight, [and] sweeter than honey.”  Pakistan’s Diplomat to China

  2. “The strategic interdependence of the two countries is compelling each other to bond with the other. China is taking the lead to employ economic and public diplomacy with Pakistan to broaden its strategic state-to-state partnership into people-to-people bonds. With increasingtrade and investment, China is helping a turnaround in the Pakistani economy. Parallel to economic relations, it also is expanding cultural linkages through education, civic society and media to strengthen the tree of Sino-Pak friendship to weather unanticipated hailstorms.” Tarique Niazi

For Pak-India Relations;

  1. “lt is most unfortunate that many people in India still consider all Pakistanis to be terrorists. lt is a common phenomenon especially in North India where people refuse to believe that Pakistanis can see Indians or India progressing. What most of us fail to realize is that when we stereotype people on the basis of their nationalities, we become prejudiced and offensive in our own thoughts.”  Sujal Tirpal

  2. “If you think that you will launch any kind of attack on Pakistan, Pakistan will not just think about retaliation, Pakistan will retaliate.” Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan

  3. “I sincerely hope that they (relations between India and Pakistan) will be friendly and cordial. We have a great deal to do … and think that we can be of use to each other and to the world.” Mohammad Ali Jinnah

For Kashmir issue;

  1. “The Fifth of August is the blackest day of Indian democracy when its Parliament, like thieves, snatched away everything from the people of Jammu and Kashmir.” Mehbooba Mufti, a former chief minister of IoJK

  2. “How carelessly imperial power vivisected ancient civilizations. Palestine and Kashmir are imperial Britain’s festering, blood-drenched gifts to the modem world. Both are fault lines in the raging international conflicts of today.” Arundhati Roy

  3. “Jammu and Kashmir is more a part of Pakistan than it can ever be with India, with all her eloquence and all her extravagance with words. Jammu and Kashmir is part of Pakistan, in blood, in flesh, in culture, in history, in geography. In every way and in every form.” Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, former Prime Minister of Pakistan

  4. “India is using troops in Kashmir but they are losing the battle of hearts and minds. It is like treating cancer with dispirin.” Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan

For Islamophobia;

  1. “To historicise Islamophobia in its proper political context isto flush out the fullness of its violence.” Stephen Sheehi, ‘Islamophobia: The Ideological Campaign Against Muslims’

  2. “Until the rise of the Soviet Union in our own century, no polity or ideology posed such a challenge to the West as Islam.” Karen Armstrong, ‘Muhammad: A Biography of the Prophet’

  3. “It is unfortunate that [French President Emmanuel Macron] has chosen to encourage Islamophobia by attacking Islam rather than the terrorists who carry out violence.” Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan

  4. “Deliberately insulting religion and religious beliefs provokes hatred, leading to further polarization and fragmentation of humanity.” Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan

Political issues cannot be settled by force;

  1. “Grave political issues cannot be settled by the cult of the knife, or by gangsterism. There are parties and parties, but the difference between them cannot be resolved by attacks on Party leaders. Nor can political views be altered by the threats of violence.” Quaid-e-Azam

Women’s Rights:

  1. And for women are rights over men similar to those of men over women. ― Qur’an, 2: 228

  2. No nation can rise to the height of glory unless your women and side by side with you. We are victims of evil customs. It is a crime against humanity that our women are shut up within the four walls of the houses as prisoners. I do not mean that we should imitate the evils of the Western life. But let us try to raise the status of our women according to our own Islamic ideas and standards. There is no sanction anywhere for the deplorable conditions in which our women have to live. You should take your women along with you as comrades in every sphere of life, avoiding the corrupt practices of Western society.  Quaid-e-Azam

  3. “Human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights, once and for all.” Hillary Rodham Clinton, Former US Secretary of State

For Gender Equality;

  1. “The word feminism has become synonymous with man-hating when in fact it has more to do with women than men.” ― Aysha Taryam

  2. “Gender equality is more than a goal in itself. It is a precondition for meeting the challenge of reducing poverty, promoting sustainable development and building good governance.” — Kofi Annan, Former UN Secretary-General

For the personality of Quaid-e-Azam:

  1. “Few individuals significantly alter the course of history. Fewer still modify the map of the world. Hardly anyone can be credited with creating a nation state. Muhammad Ali Jinnah did all three.” US historian Stanley Wolpert, in his 1984 book ‘Jinnah of Pakistan’

  2. “Although without Gandhi, Hindustan would still have gained independence and without Lenin and Mao, Russia and China would still have endured Communist revolution, without Jinnah there would have been no Pakistan in 1947.” John Biggs-Davison, a Conservative Member of Parliament in the UK

For World War – III;

  1. “I don’t know with what weapons world war III will be fought, but world war IV will be fought with sticks and stones.” Albert Einstein

For the US-China-Russia relations;

  1. “Oceania was at war with Eastasia: Oceania had always been at war with Eastasia.” George Orwell in his book ‘1984’

For Climate Change;

  1. “The world today is very fragile and it’s our duty to do everything to unite people and nations to remind them that we don’t have a planet B.” — Viacheslav Fetisov, Russian hockey player

  2. “The sustainability train has left the station. Get on board or get left behind… Those who fail to bet on the green economy will be living in a grey future.” António Guterres, UN Secretary-General

  3. “There are no passengers on Spaceship Earth. We are all crew.” Marshall McLuhan

  4. “We are the last people who can prevent catastrophe on the planet. We have no excuse for failure.” Amina J. Mohammed, UN Deputy-Secretary-General

For Water Crisis;

  1. “Although two· thirds of our planet is water, we face an acute water shortage. The water crisis is the most peroasive, most severe, and most invisible dimension of the ecological devastation of the earth.” Vandana Shiva

  2. “There is enough water for everyone and water insufficiency is due to mismanagement, corruption, lack of appropriate institutions, bureaucratic inertia and shortage of investment in both human capacity and physical infrastructure.”UN Report, 2006

  3. “Saving our planet; lifting people out of poverty, advancing economic growth … these are one and the same fight. We must connect the dots, between climate change, water scarcity, energy shortages, global health, food / security and women’s empowerment. Solutions to one problem must be solutions for all.” Ban Ki-moon, Former UN Secretary-General

For Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO);

  1. “China supports India and Pakistan’s accession to the SCO, and hopes that the entry of new members will contribute to the development of the SCO and regional prosperity and stability.” Hua Chunying, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson

For Balochistan Crisis;

  1. “For Pakistan, Balochistan is a test case of its resolve not only to hold Pakistan together, but also to weld the various nationalities into a larger whole.” Tilak Devasher, in his book ‘Pakistan: The Balochistan Conundrum’

  2. “The resilience of Baloch nationalism results from the persistent economic and social inequalities among the provinces that have been exacerbated by military repression and massive violations of human rights.” Frederic Grate in his book ‘Balochistan: The State Versus the Nation’

  3. “There was complete and total silence about the Baluch, their cause, their lives and their deaths. No newspaper editor risked punishment on their behalf. Typically, Pakistani journalists sought salve for their conscience by wrongs done to men in South Africa, in Indonesia, in Palestine and in the Philippines — not to their own people.”Jamil Ahmed, a young civil servant from Balochistan

  4. “The allegations of Indian support for separatists in the Balochistan region might indeed have merit.” James Dobbins, a former US special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan