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

Gojal, a region located in the northern mountainous part of Pakistan at the Afghanistan and China corner, is still not an area with a high tourist frequentation. Nevertheless, unanimous reports praise its hospitality, its peaceful people and its pristine environment. The Facebook blog page “Black Mountain, Dragon Soul – a Wounded Mystic Spins Her Yarn » exposes a different point of view. While Ramla Akhtar (aka Rmala Aalam), the contributor of this blog, is a resident of Hussaini (Gojal), with an external background, it is of importance to review what she reveals of a risks faced, according to her, by solo female travelers in Chapursan Valley. We will look to the sources and inspirations of such a novel.

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We will try to separate what is part of ancient myths and what pertains to the today reality or imagination. Then, we will learn more on how the shock of cultures and traditions between two private people can take unexpected proportions in a country rich of diversity, passions and religions. This article will call for discernment. However, it is not intended to cover isolated abuses, if any, especially regarding the female condition, as it happens, unfortunately, in any part of our unperfected world.

All information published below come from, and only from, Ramla Akhtar  (aka Rmala Aalam)’s Facebook public posts or public comments on her Facebook blog page. Sometimes, for clarification purposes, a little information communicated via private messages received from her or from her friend Olga Leonidovna Ozerova (Extreme Travels in Russia) will be used. Unless otherwise stated, all quotes are from public posts of Ramla Akhtar, respecting her typo, her spelling and her grammar.

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Table of contents

1. The apocalypse missionary and her quest
1.1. A preacher managing a followers Facebook blog page and a sect website
1.2. The sources of Ramla Akhtar (aka Rmala Aalam, RA) self myths
  1.2.1. Chapursan traditions quick presentation
1.2.2. Matching the main parts of Chapursan legends with Akhtar re-writing her own history
1.2.3. Why did Rmala Aalam hijack legends not belonging to her culture and religion

1.3. Assembling the patchwork to build a tale
2. How an improbable scenario was promoted into the “real” life?
2.1. The accident which could have ignited the fission chain reaction
2.2. The questionable unverifiable assertions and the weakness of double checked claims
2.3. The flight into a trolling way
3. The conspiracy theories and the negative speech about the Wakhi minority
3.1. Female tourists being “exploited” without knowing it because of hypoxia acting like alcohol
3.1.1. A culprit: altitude sickness
  3.1.2. A generalization of a distorted personal experience?
3.2. Chapursan youngest kids and old people part of the local conspiracy
  3.2.1. Forced blackout
  3.2.2. Improperly dramatized environment presentation
  3.2.3. Rmala Aalam’s theater
  3.2.4. Unwanted other testimonies
3.3. Wakhi ladies in a Middle Ages confinement
3.4. Sectarian followers praise their hero
4. Feeding the narrative and the followers
4.1. Censure and cooking contradictions, fake news building
4.2. Xenophobia as a mobilization tool
  4.2.1. Ramla Akhtar and colonialism
  4.2.2. Foreigners as collateral victims of the speech about Chapursan people
  4.2.3. The way foreigners were purposely meddled in an international speech presented as a private case between two people
  4.2.4. At the origins of her radicalization, the paradox of a blogger revealing to be a stranger while denouncing foreigners
  4.2.5. How the speech about Chapursan was pushed to a foreigner?
  4.2.6. The foreign meddling concept is a distortion of the reality
4.3. Victimization for being praised by followers
4.3.1. First hoax, a lonesome crusade against Pakistanis and foreigners 
  4.3.2. Second hoax, a good lady abandoned, betrayed and abused, including by her family
  4.3.3. Third hoax, Cosette – Les Misérables
5. The quest for extra material and the ultimate step
5.1. Private provocation and harassment to get extra material
5.2. The last public provocation slanders
5.3. False testimony to French Embassy
5.4. Update 21/06/2019: actions planed for additional slanderous denunciations in pack and new false testimonies: Pakistani and French authorities, clients
Conclusion: what is true, what is a hoax, what is abuse, what is just revenge, what is mythomania?

1. The apocalypse missionary and her quest

1.1. A preacher managing a follower Facebook blog page and a sect website

Hussaini, instead of dealing privately with the dereliction of her situation, Ramla Akhtarpublicly promotes her revenge via her Facebook blog page. Even more astonishingly her revenge will not be limited to one person but extended to an entire valley, including its foreign visitors. All of this is written with a large use of capital letters and slang. « FUCK » is one of her most frequent word. In between is an amazing written and video personal show off. This “reality-show” makes impossible distinguishing what is virtual or not in her plethoric production.

Ramla Akhtar is a person who came to Hunza from Karachi (Sindh) after having grown up in Faisalabad (Punjab). She is a stranger to Hunza communities, culture and religion. According to her, she arrived in Gojal in 2013 and had an affair with a married Wakhi man. She pretends to be his «second-wife» and having got her daughter from him. She lives, now, in Huassaini Village on Upper Hunza. One of her Facebook blog pages is Black Mountain, Dragon Soul – a Wounded Mystic Spins Her Yarn. It exposes some kind of dark spiritualism in connection with one of her websites: Deep Soul Down.

« Used frequently in black magic rituals and put in trances by family which used my body as an organ for the occult to do such things as try to find lost objects ».

« I am, a dedicated spiritualist since childhood, had been seeing a vision since 2009 ».
« My esoteric missions are completely unknown to people around me ».
« Like I am on fucking FIRE because I KNOW most of us are marked for death ».
« I tell you why I am not a « good woman » who « makes peace ». I did not come to this world for passing my time and to make peace ».
« I came for SACRED DESTRUCTION, HOLY CATASTROPHE. I came to uproot the vile fruit, I came to turn the soil ».
« I thought I fucked some prayer/chant up, and now I am seeing demons everywhere ».
« You see, these people who lie and pretend that people of my sect are abusing them or whatever… they are fucking toxic racists ».
« People have completely fucked with me, and in doing so gave fuckex with their lives and families because I hrld a rare key to their salvation ».
« I explained I am not a hater, but a highly patient spiritually driven person working in a region not only exotic to me, but where I am hated for being me ».

Instead of dealing privately with the dereliction of her situation, RA publicly promotes her revenge via her Facebook blog page. Even more astonishingly her revenge will not be limited to one person but extended to an entire valley, including its foreign visitors. All of this is written with a large use of capital letters and slang. « FUCK » is one of her most frequent word. In between is an amazing written and video personal show off. This “reality-show” makes impossible distinguishing what is virtual or not in her plethoric production.

1.2. The sources of Ramla Akhtar (aka Rmala Aalam, RA) self myths

The difficulty in trying to address rationally Ramla Akhtar’s case is not the lack of information. On the opposite, she is a prolific writer about herself. Entering her literature is a hard task. There is no chronological presentation of frequently contradictory, realistic or unrealistic facts. There is no structure while it is more a writing of immediate inspiration to expose obsessions, sometimes partly, sometimes redundantly. She presents her life as a dark novel mixing different elements. Here, reality is just one of the parameters. Although, as it could be understood above, her custom made religion differs from the great monotheist ones, she said being inspired by Sufism.

It is doubtful Ramla Akhtar sees herself as a Sufi worshipper. She seems, to project herself into a more valuable level through a self-intended composition made of some Sufi important personalities, especially those related to a specific part of Gojal.

1.2.1. Chapursan traditions quick presentation

Before going into further developments, it is mandatory to spend sometimes in reading some quotes from an article called “Myths of Chapursan Valley.” They will become an integral part of RA’s narrative.

BABA GHUNDI

“Baba Ghundi was a venerable and religious preceptor from Ghund in Northern Afghanistan… one day he set out on a journey across today’s North Pakistan into the Chapursan valley, with an elderly student and the man’s two sons…the tiny caravan eventually reached Istiman at the beginning of Chapursan…Without warning, Baba Ghundi fell into a deep fever… After the burial of both Baba Ghundi and his wife, the man and his sons set off back to Afghanistan… After many years it has been confirmed that Baba Ghundi (saint) whose name was Muhammad Baqir, had indeed come from Ghund and died here, buried by his believer »…

YISHKOK:

« Once upon a time there was a big lake there [near Yishkok] that was very deep… At that time a very big Dragon appeared in that large lake… Every day it demanded either one human being, a large sheep or goat, plus [some extra food]… Their daughter [of parents not rich enough to feed the Dragon]…said that only the offering of herself to the dragon would suffice. [But a mysterious powerful young man killed the dragon.] [He said:]Go back, be gentle, remember God and give up your bad ways. If you experience any problems in the future, come to…the hill west of Yishkok village and say « Ya Ali. » »
« Many years later…there was a marriage in a house and the villagers arranged for much music, dance and other immoral dues… many of the men entertained immoral activities with the womenfolk at the party. As the lights switched back on, the men realized with horror that many of those womenfolk were in fact their close relations…[Some decided to test the young man’s words]… As the people cried « Ya, Ali » a young man suddenly appeared amongst them riding on a white horse. ..When the [young] man returned to Yishkok, he told the people…that the village must repent with its destruction by a heavy storm. However, not all the villagers were bad and there was one who did not share the habits of the rest of the village…One night later, the noble man had a dream in which a saintly man told him to shift his family to Dankoth, a small village higher up the valley. The saint warned Mr. Gulbast that Yishkok was about to be ruined by a mighty storm… [When]the nobleman returned to Yishkok…nothing of the village remained and only a huge lake stood in its place »…

KAMPEER DIYOR:

« Kampeer Diyor [old woman village] is a small village situated in Shitmerg the second to last village while traveling from Sost to Chapursan…The people had wealth… But there also lived one old woman in the village who was very poor and lived in a cave…The other inhabitants of this small village were very cruel and had no any idea of humanity or education. ..They didn’t know how to respect people and how to care for a guest nor did even the honor of their women. They…were selfish concerned only with their enjoyment particularly during weddings…One night an old man…went from door to door in the village asking for a little food to eat. The villagers treated the old man cruelly. Some laughed at his poorness, others scolded him whilst still others spat on him and pushed him away from their doors. The Saint continued to visit until at last he reached the cave of Bedah ..Bedah offered the little milk she had in the broken pot to the saint who was deeply touched by her generosity While thanking the old woman he said, …By noon tomorrow, bring all your belongings back to your home and climb with them to the high area above the village to behold the fate of all in this village except you…Bedah looked on in astonishment as the storm followed the old man… The flood waters began to rise…Gradually, the entire village sank under the heavy storm waters »…

Baba Ghundi who came from Afghanistan, the young man who killed the dragon and saved the young girl, the saint who flooded Yishkok Village and saved the Gulbast’s family, the old man who saved Bedah and flooded Kampeer Diyor are, here, different people. However, for some authors it could be the same person as says Salman Rachid in the Pamir Times in the “Old man of Ghund”. Salman Rachid produced a “digest” where all the above described supernatural actions are made by the same person, Baba Ghundi. It is even more interesting because he talks about glaciers and crevasses.

These legends are related to those of Afghan Wakhan according to John Mock, « Shrine Traditions of Wakhan Afghanistan« , published in the « Journal of Persianate Studies 4 (2011) ».  He especially mentions Chapursan. He also says similar traditions can be found in other valleys of the Karakoram.

Knowing that Karakoram means « Black Mountain », with what is above, we understand the beginning of RA’s Facebook blog page title “Black Mountain, Dragon Soul – a Wounded Mystic…” Now let’s see how Ramla Akhtar “Spins Her Yarn”. How the legends fits with Akhtar’s personal tale.

1.2.2. Matching the main parts of Chapursan legends with Akhtar re-writing her own history

If we reconcile the main parts of the legend with RA’s posts, we can see a though chaotic but unifying thread, of her narrative, except for the fact that she doesn’t present it as legend but as her life with actual events or observations. This matching is not complete. More reconciliation can be done. On the other hand, Akhtar’s writing is structure less. As it is said, it can be redundant. Then some part of “her” life can be used in place of what is proposed. Nevertheless, it has seemed, till now, the most relevant way to address this phantasmagoric case.

Extracts of Chapursan legends Ramla Akhtar (aka Rmala Aalam)’s tale staging
1. Baba Ghundi was a venerable and religious preceptor from Ghund in Northern Afghanistan 1. My esoteric missions are completely unknown to people around me. | [I am ] “Not one of theirs” | “I am not a hater, but a highly patient spiritually driven person working in a region not only exotic to me”
2. One day the victim, a young and beautiful girl, sat by the lake to tearfully waiting to be devoured [by the Dragon] when Baba Ghundi chanced upon her. 2. I tell you why I am not a « good woman » who « makes peace ». I did not come to this world for passing my time and to make peace. | Trust me their focus will be « why were you cursing » not « why our our men raping young girls openly | Old men trying to be the first to rape a virgin teen girl is a THING!!
3. One day there was a marriage in a house and the villagers arranged for much music, dance and other immoral dues 3. The men have a peculiar dance and if you look closely…the « come to me woman » mating ritual dance…..the equivalent of Johnny Depp as a pirate, being hauled off by cannibals.RUN FOR YER FUCKING LIFE, JOHNNY!!
4. That night the party reached a frenzy and with the lights turned off many of the men entertained immoral activities with the womenfolk at the party. As the lights switched back on, the men realised with horror that many of those womenfolk were in fact their close relations.. 4. There is a valley in **our world** known since decades for its lawlessness, binge alcoholism…, wayward sexuality (sleeping with sisters-in-law and friends’ wives and basically any moving female/male thing is completely acceptable here.
5. As the people cried « Ya, Ali » a young man suddenly appeared amongst them riding on a white horse. 5. And I.. sitting on a horse after a 6 hour ride… I just couldn’t tell how fucking large or small it was…
6; When the [young] man returned to Yishkok, he told the people that they were cunning, disobedient and dishonest and that the village must repent with it’s destruction by a heavy storm. 6. I came for SACRED DESTRUCTION, HOLY CATASTROPHE. I came to uproot the vile fruit, I came to turn the soil….My job is not your job. | My lifepath is not your life.
7. …not all the villagers were bad and there was one who did not share the habits of the rest of the village One night later, the noble man had a dream in which a saintly man told him to shift his family to Dankoth, a small village higher up the valley. The saint warned Mr. Gulbast that Yishkok was about to be ruined by a mighty storm. 7. Like I am on fucking FIRE because I KNOW most of us are marked for death.
8. They didn’t know how to respect people and how to care for a guest nor did even the honour of their women. 8. Demanding tourists and travelers to just SURRENDER is an actual fucking thing … | ? hunger and cold (inadequate food and heating are provided at his homestay and on some days it can send some guests into shivers and mild mindlessness overnight… I have seen several guests leaving quickly if they can… a feat that may be challenging for solo travelers who, due to exhaustion, often collapse and overstay.
9. The villagers treated the old man [the saint] cruelly | The snapping point came when they pelted him with dung and stones. 9.People have completely fucked with me, and in doing so gave fuckex with their lives and families because I hrld a rare key to their salvation. | I was hated minutes after I entered the valley first.
10. There is… a… glacier known as Qalandar Goom – the Lost Saint.. I suspect, that some poor soul of a wandering mendicant happened into Chapursan where he may or may not have been treated indifferently by the people. He may have come by an easier route and got it into his head to exit by some difficult way that entailed a bit of glacier walking as well. There he may have met his end, either because of expoposure or by falling into a crevasse. 10.Possibly it was similar to when I first (actually second) saw a #glacier… my mind was fucked…I just couldn’t tell how fucking large or small it was. .. It’s as unexpected, treacherous, sad and non-negotiable as that unexpected sheet of ice that caves under you revealing a crevasse…I have fallen into a crevasse since I came to this land. It is a little private scary-as-shit hell and it’s very very hard to explain how and why I cannot climb up a crevasse just the way I can climb up stairs | I had never seen a Glacier sleeping in the arms of scree!
Source FB public blog page: « Black Moutain Dragon… »

It is not clear who is RA in this tale. She is certainly not the simple people who are flooded (“my lifepath is not your life”). She is probably not the old woman (Kampeer) or Mr. Gulbast. She might see her as the beautiful girl to be eaten by the Dragon. Sometimes, it seems the Dragon is her “former-husband.” (See second capture in § 3.3.) Sometimes she can also be the Dragon as written in her Facebook blog page description (« A Radiant Child and a Dragon Mom live on their own in Black Mountains, the Karakorams, away from a collapsing Civilization »). In her mind, she is, too, a highly spiritual person with supernatural powers, a missionary: Baba Ghundi or the other saints. At least, we know because she wrote it, her mission is to punish through destructions and catastrophes. As a consequence, the permanent swing between different roles will add confusion to a messy narrative.

1.2.3. Why did Rmala Aalam hijack legends not belonging to her culture and religion

RA is from an Urdu speaking family originally coming from what is today India. She is not from a white Persian origin as are the communities she is fighting against. She considers herself as having a “brown skin.” Why a non-Persian person being “not theirs”, as she pretends, needs to hijack Chapursan Wakhi legends against Chapursan Wakhi people of Persian origin? Here is the answer.

“Trouble with being a brown woman is that there are so few narratives in your language by your people for people of your backgrounds and minds… there is so little to build upon and relate to ».

1.3. Assembling the patchwork to build a tale

Readers of this tentative explanation might have considered it insane. Doubts are perfectly understandable. Moreover, they are mandatory in such an irrational universe. Readers are encouraged to face the challenge of going, by themselves, through RA’s posts and comments, on her Facebook blog page. Ideally they should write their own demonstration and propose it in the comment box of this article. It might help to, may be, find a better key. For those who tend to believe RA’s discourse, the major difficulty will be to resist to the emotion injected in her statements with the intention to burst the indignation part of the brain in the detriment of the rational one, while disconnecting the critical sense. Those who try to force themselves to stay rational, might also be outraged by what they could consider as cynical manipulations. Some of RA’s statements are unfair. It is difficult staying calm and neutral. Repeatedly comes the temptation to give up the reading.

« I am not a good woman » – Source FB public  Blog Page « Black Mountain Dragon… »

As a result of a long travel in the maze of Ramla Akhtar (aka Rmala Aalam)’s thoughts, it appeared that she does not need to have seen what she writes about Chapursan Valley. She does not even need to have heard about it. If it is in the legends, she can take it as a fact because it will fit with the narrative she decided to be the hero. In Chapursan myths she found the material “to build upon and relate to” as she said. It is obvious in numerous quotes of § 3.2. and § 3.3. Then, it is not possible to know if Ramla Akhtar is only a plagiarist or if what she read of the legends, is now part of her and considered as if it was an actual experience. Probably just a psychiatrist could be able to determine it. Whatever, the problem is that Chapursan legends do not give enough tangible information about the sins she wants to punish, even if they provide a story frame.

To complete the tale, RA will use her actual experience in Chapursan and distort it to make it in accordance with some parts of the legends. Then, it can explain her reactions to any question. While, when it is connected to her actual local experience, it “really” happened. Although it was different from the way she tells and exaggerate it, after a conscious decision or as a result of her imagination. Here too, just a psychiatrist can answer.

Eventually, while all of this is not enough, RA will enlarge her sources to other Central Asia regions and ethnicities before placing them into Chapursan Valley. The issue, there, is that she introduces non Persian traditions having not even a minor part of practice in the Valley, which she could have distorted or exaggerated. It does not work properly.

2. How an improbable scenario was promoted into the “real” life?

2.1. The accident which could have ignited the fission chain reaction

Hussaini: now that she broke with her «former-husband», Ramla Akhtar blames him for being a rapist and a pedophile. That's an accusation quite common in the sphere of social network trolls (See: Internet troll who branded innocent people paedophiles and terrorists convicted of harassment), in far right movements (See: How the alt-right wields and weaponises accusations of paedophilia) and in authoritarian political regimes (See: Russia brings new fabricated charges against historian of the Terror Yuri Dmitriev).

Now that she broke with her «former-husband», RA blames him for being a rapist and a pedophile. That’s an accusation quite common in the sphere of social network trolls (See: Internet troll who branded innocent people paedophiles and terrorists convicted of harassment), in far right movements (See: How the alt-right wields and weaponises accusations of paedophilia) and in authoritarian political regimes (See: Russia brings new fabricated charges against historian of the Terror Yuri Dmitriev). Because this kind of accusation is so shocking that it never needs to be supported while it is a tool for enflaming fanatism. It can be a way to get people jailed, wounded, or killed without any trial. The person accused is, for the crowd, already guilty before being judged (See Tom Hanks: Crying « Pedophile is the oldest propaganda trick in the book). If not dead, the charged person and his family will have to live permanently with what could be an unjustified shame. Lives  (See: Dad ‘Driven To Suicide’ By Facebook Trolls Over False Paedophile Claims), families (See: Sick American troll wrecked lives by accusing innocent Greater Manchester families of being paedophiles and child groomers) and communities (See Outreau: Rough justice and shattered lives) have been broken.

Ramla Akhtar (Aka Rmala Aalam), Myrian Badaoui? Hussaini
Myriam Badoui who led numerous people to jail and broke many lives with false accusations of a paedophilia conspiracy in a local community

It is unfrequent that women are accused of paedophilia or rape. Most of them don’t know the devastation these accusations can create as can’t imagine those who just encourage these speeches with no evidences. Myriam Badoui is one of the most famous false accuser in recent history. Fortunately, death penalty does not exist anymore in France. People unjustly condemned have been released after a couple of years, while Badaoui has been convicted of forgery. (See: Six cleared in child sex case). Then, before agreeing with rape accusations, it is mandatory to act carefully with circumspection. Especially when these accusations are motivated by an intention of harm, a revenge wish or a mental disorder. Then when making such statements (which anyway should not be made public) it is highly suspicious to just answer by additional slanders and hate speeches.

Rape or pedophilia accusations have, also, the precious advantage of making a suspect from a person, especially a man, revealing contradictions or even expressing doubts regarding some aspects of the narrative. It contributes to isolate the victim of threat (here the person accused) In this article it will be evidenced this “advantage” is fully exploited.

Because he opposed the delivery of French military invasion vessels for a country breaching internal laws,  the author was under the fire of infuriated French far right trolls under the accusations of being a pedophile supporting the alleged « neo-nazi Kiev junta ». He knows what is facing harassment, psychological stress, night insult phone calls, explicit phoned and written threats of violence, devastated reputation on internet, shame and fear. Having being alerted about the hate speech against mountain Ismaili Wakhi communities (Se § 4.2.5) he decided to bring his unintentionally inherited counter-troll skills and his ground experience of Hunza in order to audit Akhtar-Aalam’s case and to help those who don’t want it to become a new Badaoui’s one in, how Akhtar calls it, «a land as explosive as Pakistan».

Please note that no other external witness has been requested by the author to confirm or to deny the statements pronounced by RA. The rational for this is to respect the private life of all people, including victims (if any), to not add rumors and distrust to what appears to be a racist campaign of hate against a small community and to not interfere with the justice work (if any). Moreover there are no big doubts that this kind of questioning, forcibly by a foreigner, might not be appropriate as are illegal RA’s defamatory posts on her Facebook blog page. Eventually collecting local testimonies would have been an evidence of being part of the conspiracy she denounces, being on order and protecting the people she decided to punish. Last but not least, it would have been irresponsible to spread bad buzz and defamation rumors asking, from France, numerous people. It would have been acting as an active agent of a slanderous campaign, promoting a hate speech which should be rolled back. Notwithstanding the fact that going through the obscure Akhtar’s plethoric production was, by itself, a heavy challenge. Then, this analysis which is just the first step of Akhtar case, was contained to her writings.

On her publication, or via private messages to the author, RA has not been able to prove her allegations of rape and pedophilia. It should be mentioned that to support her accusations of pedophilia and rape which are the keys of her “good faith”, RA made public screen captures of an internet conversation she stole from the computer of her “former-husband.” This stolen conversation might be a joke and a mutual provocation between her “former-husband” and the other person. It might not be appropriate. I might be stupid. It might be the expression of a displaced seniority and male arrogance. I might hurt the extreme Puritanism claimed (but only claimed, see below) by RA who illegally made these captures and distributed them. But its is, in no way, a proof of a crime neither it is an indication the second person of the conversation was in danger. Additionally, there were no exchanges of pictures either erotic or not. Although it is probably illegal to make them public, these captures are no proof. Moreover the extreme Puritanism showed by RA is fake and motivated by the wish to harm her target. On line conversations, much more challengeable according to “her standards” than the conversation she produced, are one of her habits as she publicly posted on her blog page.

“Now tell you what I have been online since 1998. And God be my witness… I have done plenty of shitty and creepy things. And for some crazy reason (people say it is Sufi thing overload) I have geen particularly shitty since about 7 years. But none of those conversations led to or were based on anything REAL. I never even met most people I am connected with.”

Regarding RA’s hate speech against Chapursan Valley people, her licentious “confession” shows the questionable character of most of her oriented statements. Moreover, Sufi followers may consider the way RA uses religion to excuse herself for relaxing with “shitty and creepy things” as not appropriate. For any follower of a monotheist religion, using God as a witness for “plenty of shitty and creepy things” would not be acceptable either.

Except for the stolen screen captures, RA does not produce any external support.

2.2. The questionable unverifiable assertions and the weakness of double checked claims

For someone having been in the region Rmala Aalam talks about, and knowing some people she mentions, what is verifiable is often inaccurate, exaggerated or wrong. Assertions presented as unquestionable facts sometimes reveal themselves to be only assumptions. Then, it is impossible to determine what is true and what is wrong in her assertions made without evidences, based on words of mouth or substantiated by a partial information taken out of its context, when it is not just legend extrapolations. This lack of method, this confused presentation focused on emotion and its impact on the readers is not a demonstration. The quest for immediate celebration from a subjugated and remote Facebook audience is detrimental to the achievement of Ramla Akhtar officially proclaimed goals. It will be explained later why it is possible to understand Ramla Akhtar’s followers are from different places and ethnicities than the minority being under her accusations.

2.3. The flight into a trolling way

Being different, each contradictor can be suspected, by her, of racism (and of sexism, if a man). Then, none of her writings are potentially challengeable. It is an opportunity for her. It is also an important weakness while she considers, she doesn’t need to support her assertions by actual tangible facts. It leads her to obvious self-contradictions – unless she can turn her audience into a fanatic one, subject to the fact this audience does not know the legends.

“PART of me stares at reality but there is enough circus to distract me. People who call me negative and people WHO JUST ASSUME I MUST BE TALKING SHIT BECAUSE I AM THE COLOR OR CAST OR SECT OR RELIGION OR NATIONALITY I AM. I have seen people assume ALL SORTA THINGS because I am me ».

RA shows that her racism invocations are not only used against foreigners but also against other Pakistani people (Note BG: it can clearly be Hunza Ismaili people). Meanwhile, she produces a piece of conspiracy. There is a racist pact. It is not a written pact. The “proof” it exists comes from the fact there is no evidence for it. It is an “unspoken pact”.

« You see, these people who lie and pretend that people of my sect are abusing them or whatever… they are fucking toxic racists (when the case is that we haven’t done what we are accused of; obviously wjenever whoever dies an ill deed it is an ill deed.. PERIOD). They have an unspoken pact TO NEVER HELP A MUSLIM PAKISTANI NOT OF THEIR OWN KIND… period ».

Rmala Aalam cannot stand the fact that some people don’t agree, up front, with her speech. Instead of trying to convince, it makes her nervous and aggressive. She is ready to fight any contradictor using defamation, harassment, xenophobia, calumnious denouncement, separatism accusations, false testimony in addition to racism denunciation. The fight against contradictions will supplement her scenario and will open new chapters of her victimization narrative. These contradictions will be an opportunity to tease the emotions of her followers calling to their impulses. They will also be an evidence of an international conspiracy against women. RA charges her contradictors for acting on command of real or supposed sexual harassers and rapists.

3. The conspiracy theories and the negative speech about the Wakhi minority

3.1. Female tourists being “exploited” without knowing it because of hypoxia acting like alcohol

3.1.1. A culprit: altitude sickness

To support her prosecution address, in the absence of external evidences, Ramla Akhtar pretends to have identified a large local conspiracy added to the international male traveller ones. For giving credit to such a statement despite, the lack of witness, she uses a trick. She says female tourists have been “exploited” without knowing it because of the altitude. In other words, these foreign ladies do not know they have been sexually “exploited”, but Ramla Akhtar knows it. The “demonstration” deserves some attention.

“Funnily enough some of the affects of such disorientation can be quite pleasing as the victim doesn’t realize they are dying or getting affected. They feel it as a pleasant sensation (because the soul begins leaving the body and the feeling is sensational and quite pleasing to some) … and thus is why at high altitudes some travelers or mountaineers will openly walk to their death or some other danger EVEN IF SOMEONE TRIES TO STOP THEM. Once again that is because the soul finds death quite pleasing and thus tries to continue to exit the body… undertaking actions that will endanger or kill the host/body/human.”
“The affect is similar to being drugged.”
“Some people on such altitudes understand this phenomenon all too well; and use it to exploit guests. It is very similar to the act of mixing drugs in the drink of a person and using them when they are giddy. »
« Only that here the thin oxygen and pleasing surrounding act as a natural stimulant/relaxant and drug. Fits of laughter and crying, altered memories, and so on is extremely common… one reason is the emotional overwhelm of being in pristine surroundings».

It is, of course, a non sense. Hypoxia doesn’t work like that. “Symptoms include a headache, fatigue, stomach illness, dizziness, and sleep disturbance.” The highest village of Rmala Aalam “testimonies” is 3 300 m high as it will be explained. If people suffer from hypoxia, they do not lose consciousness except at an extreme altitude, thousands meters higher, close to the death zone due to lungs and cerebral edemas. Though, in the death zone, libido is probably very low while the body focuses on surviving, without mentioning the cold and the numerous layers of clothes. Except in erotic phantasms or dreams, it is difficult to see, at such an altitude, the “open-air fuckhouse” RA denounces, as it will be showed subsequently in this article.

Each person living in the mountains will not believe this text. Presenting such, an altitude conspiracy might indicate “Dragon Soul” followers are not from Hunza. They are from lowlands. The following statement is a perfect manipulation of an audience which cannot understand and has, then, an excuse for not questioning what it is believed in. It will be a matter of faith in their preacher. This speech highlights Akhtar’s charlatanism knowing she sells in her Hussaini shop, « BetterBonds« , products she says having medical effects, including cancer therapy.

“People who live on low altitudes will NEVER UNDERSTAND IT”

3.1.2. A generalization of a distorted personal experience?

Let's insist on the fact that Ramla Akhtar was not a teenager at that time, of course. She was 33 years old. What happened to her was a clear, conscious and responsible decision.
Ramala Akhtar recording a video. Source: « Black Mountain Dragon… » Facebook blog page

There is no altitude conspiracy of course. To not add confusion to the confusion, assumptions of the article author are clearly marked as assumptions. Here is one. Here above what we read might just be one unique very personal particular case when RA started to flirt with the married guide with whom she had her daughter. She tries to “explain” why she was not under control and why she could even not understand what was going on. The intention of this tortuous “exposé” could be to get rid of any responsibility for this affair and, if possible, make her partner guilty for some kind of perverse planned manipulation, crediting her quest for victimization. Additionally stating it is frequent, or even systematic, for all ladies staying in altitude gives more “value” to this “thesis.” Let’s insist on the fact that RA was not a teenager at that time, of course. She was 33 years old. What happened to her was a clear, conscious and responsible decision. Most of the readers, like the author of this article, might disapprove the attitude of the married guide. It might influence the personal consideration they have for him. But there is no point for making any public communication about it. What happened was between two adult, consenting and responsible people. It is their private business only. Public statements should not be made about this affair from one of the two parties, especially if it is in a quest for a revenge, especially when it leads to the porn theatre built in the next paragraph.

3.2. Chapursan youngest kids and old people part of the local conspiracy

3.2.1. Forced blackout

According to RA, all male people of the valley are part of her conspiracy. Then, their testimonies are not acceptable even if it is to defend themselves. Being a foreigner, having staid in Chapursan valley, having been invited in numerous houses and in the school, having worked in the fields, having a sincere affection for the inhabitants of Zood Khun and Passu, having published in Passu Times, the Gojal media, the article author was a threat, evidently challenging RA’s post reality “of men raping young girls openly”, of “open air fuckhouse”… It “explains” a particular no mercy fight back and relentlessness which went until the French Embassy, as it will be showed.

According to RA, all male people of the valley are part of her conspiracy. Then, their testimonies are not acceptable even if it is to defend themselves. Being a foreigner, having staid in Chapursan valley, having been invited in numerous houses and in the school, having worked in the fields, having a sincere affection for the inhabitants of Zood Khun and Passu, having published in Passu Times, the Gojal media, the article author was a threat, evidently challenging RA's post reality “of men raping young girls openly”, of “open air fuckhouse”...
Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, fires foreigners

Actually the article was not any promotion, these were some suggestions based on local discussion with local professionnal people. « Some reflections about the development of a responsible and community based tourism in Hunza Valley, Pakistan« . It was not, of course, a paid article,as « Passu Times » can confirm. Nine articles, without counting this one, have been published about Hunza.

Local people trying to counter a hate speech against their community are accused of interfering into justice course and are threatened of being legally implicated while supporting a “criminal.” Let’s remember that “criminal” is not the proper word, here. It doesn’t result from a justice condemnation but just from accusations posted on Facebook by a private person. What RA calls “meddling into the justice course” is questioning a public hate speech on Facebook. There is a large confusion to address in this case.

Local people trying to counter a hate speech against their community are accused of interfering into justice course and are threatened of being legally implicated while supporting a “criminal.”
Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, fires locals

This forced blackout is not only an additional indicator of the weakness of the accusation. On a financial audit point of view, the lack of transparency raises questions, knowing that Ramla Akhtar-Aalam asks for public financial supports via crowdfunding requests. The audience emotion instead of a rational behavior could be promoted in order to receive payments made on impulsion. The fund raising method is doubtful. Additionally, concerns about the use of such funds can be expressed. Are they actually invested in the announced projects or are they personally misappropriated? These two issues might request further investigations.

3.2.2. Improperly dramatized environment presentation

The village mentioned here is Zood Khun (3 300 m). It is remote like every place in the world depending from where you look at it. The first next village (Shitmerg) is extremely close, as is the second one (Kampeer Diyor) etc. They are in Chapursan valley spreading over 80 km with 11 villages linked via a rough road to the famous Karakoram Highway.
Zood Khun, Chapursan Valley, houses not far from each other. People see each other from the different properties. (five people in the foreground)

“Now understand this is a VERY remote region at high altitude…. with houses far from each other…”

The village mentioned here is Zood Khun (3 300 m). It is remote like every place in the world depending from where you look at it. The first next village (Shitmerg) is extremely close, as is the second one (Kampeer Diyor) etc. They are in Chapursan valley spreading over 80 km with 11 villages linked via a rough road to the famous Karakoram Highway.
Zood Khun is a populated mostly flat village with quite a good number of houses. They are not far from each other. Properties are separated by low dry stone walls. There are no green hedges. Only high poplars with a few low branches climb to the sky. There are no fruit trees. Because they are oases, the inhabited areas are small patches of the land. Then, there, the population density is significant. There are people everywhere. Women, men, children are always going in and going out of houses. It is not like the empty western states countryside over kilometers where you just see, sometimes, a car on the road. Everybody walks by foot. Everybody lives in front of the eyes of other people. Anonymity is impossible.
It is the highest village of the valley. But it is not the “death zone” as explained above. More information about Zood Khun can be found in the article: ”At the knot of past empires: Zood Khun, a Wakhi village in the high northern mountains of Pakistan”. To summarize, what is written, here, by Ramla Akhtar is not accurate. It cannot contribute to her “demonstration” that sex harassers could enjoy hidden impunity.

Zood Khun, Chapursan Valley, a little girl with two older ones coming back from school According to Ramal Aktar, Rmala Alaam,
Zood Khun, Chapursan Valley, a little girl with two older ones coming back from school According to Ramal Aktar, Rmala Alaam, « houses (are) far from each other…”

“Before that the closest phone was 4 hours away in the border town of Sost, also a highly-incriminable region legendarily unsafe for all but hardy males) the host would overcome and overwhelm female travelers.”

This information about Sost is not correct, either. Sost and the Karakoram Highway are not 4 hours from Zood Khun, the last village of the valley, but 3 hours. Of course there can be a landside or a broken bridge, but then it is much more than 4 hours. Nowhere it is said that Sost is “legendarily unsafe.” It is just a small and boring border town. There are thousands of more dangerous places in Pakistan and in the world.
No need to run for a distant phone house in case of problems. The Jamat Khana of Zood Khun is in the middle of the village. It could be a perfect shelter in case of an unforeseen personal safety emergency. By the way, there are many good people and ladies in the village ready to help in case of RA’s phantasmagoria scenario. “Targets” are not left alone with a predator at 4 hours of any civilization. It is just a false information.

3.2.3. Rmala Aalam’s theater

“His ENTIRE family/clan is part of the scam including kids and nieces and nephews and wife and mom. They play the part of lovely family while he lures the target in. They are not at fault per se but I just want you to know that they are used by him to lure you in. Next I will share more about family members so you can stay away from them if you meet them in Islamabad and Karachi where they operate to lure tourists back to homee ».

According to the “Wounded Mystic”, quiet family atmospheres are displayed to lower the prudence of the female visitors targeted, exposing them, defense less, to the Wakhi male predators. In other words the more these houses are warm, hospitable and peaceful, the more it is a “proof” of a sex conspiracy and a sophisticated trap. This is a smart demonstration to support the lack of evidence. But it does not make sense. Based on a personal experience, it is possible to say you feel very good in Zood Khun houses. Everybody is nice and smiling. Kids are adorable and very polite, at home, at school or outside. People just them as they are. They are good, educated and respectful people. Everybody including the youngest ones speak a very good English. Because tourists are very few, inhabitants are happy to talk with them and, of course, absolutely ready to help. All of this general kindness was not, for sure, made to lure a 56 years old male independent traveller with the intention to rape or sex abuse him. However, it is what was observed. It means it is not staged just to lure ladies. If this atmosphere makes a visitor, accustomed to more aggressive and dangerous environments, to relax and to lose all of his (her) self control, it is not the fault of this innocent population. It is the own decision of the visitor.

Talking about Karachi and Islamabad is not relevant either. It is just an excuse to revenge and to spoil the reputation of the young family members studying or working there. Foreigners visiting Zood Khun come for the mountains. They don’t visit Karachi which is far away, at the opposite side of the country, on Indian Ocean. There are no foreign tourists to lure by Hunza in Karachi. Probably Rmala Aalam interprets, here also, her own experience. She was 33 years old when she decided to left Karachi for Hunza. No generalization and accusation like this one can be pronounced based on one exception, especially if it refers to someone with mental disorders. As she wrote. She had:“Nervous breakdown at age 33… continuing to this day… “

Then, what should be clearly understood, and it is in not an assumption at all, Ramla Akhtar (aka Rmala Aalam) expresses clearly her intention, in her vengeance plan, to spoil the reputation of young people (including children) “shar[ing] more about family members”, external to her personal case, generalizing the slander scope to the community, showing, once again, it is not a “private affair between two people”. It looks like a minority persecution scheme. The attention of the community leaders and of the local authorities is solicited so that they take the full mesure of the psycholgical and social impacts of Akhtar’s plan on young people and on their future. Without knowing the Pakistani legal environment, it is difficult, for a foreigner, to know if RA’s action would be illegal. The author can just mention that, in Europe, it is absolutely clear that making public the name and photos of children belonging to the family of a man, accused (right or wrong) or condemned for rape, would be immediately and severely prosecuted. Someone having some Pakistani legal background is welcome if he wants to give information by message or with the comment box below.

“The fact is that there is an open air fuckhouse in here. Treachery and debauchery is a VALUE. Loyal person are laughed at, ridiculed, punished.Meanwhile… the whole valley and the people in the tourism business know the secret. The unsuspecting traveler is running around like a mouse amongst cats. Everybody knows but nobody tells them ».

This is an over-exaggeration and systematization of, possibly, some particular cases (like everywhere in the world). Though if a lady decides (meaning not forced) to have an affair with a guide, it is her problem. It is not Ramla Akhtar’s problem. Moreover, this Puritanism is obviously staged knowing that she had an affair with a married guide, got a baby from him and is used to “shitty and creepy things” on internet (see § 2.1.).

« (Trust me their focus will be « why were you cursing » not « why our our men raping young girls openly; and tour guides are selling their guests to whoever they please while local authorities cover up everything ».) »

Does it need any comment? If Ramla Akhtar has any evidences, it is her duty to report to the police or directly to the prosecutor. If not, it seems she should be reported and condemned for such a slanderous speech. This is, additionally, racism from her over a minority. It is suggested to try to imagine what would be Pakistani reactions if a foreigner would publicly write such a lie.

One of the evidences that Ramla Akhtar is in a mental confusion is here. She writes that all the Chapursan Valley is part of a sex conspiracy. However, later she mentions that she can recommend totally safe guesthouses and guides in the same valley. “There are other guesthouses now which are run by safe respectable families. WE WILL BE GLAD TO RECOMMEND SAFE, NEAT, RESPECTABLE GUESTHOUSES AND GUIDES IN THE VALLEY.”

“Forcing travelers one way or another into drugs and sex and giving paid entertainment to male guides is a time-honored tradition…. and damn you if you don’t abide. THE ONLY TIME IT WON’T HAPPEN IS WHEN YOU ARE WITH A GROUP OR CLEARLY SOME SORT OF MEDIA/INTERNET PERSON. Even then, their itch is strong and they are hoping to rip your well-guarded neck off and assault you most brutally…. they just CAN’T, that is the problem.”

In this quote the hate speech on Wakhi community, culture and tradition is unspeakable. Please, read carefully. All individual lady travelers are systematically drugged and forced to sex by Wakhi guides. Why? Because it is a “time-honored tradition.” A tradition?! Just imagine here too, a foreign tourist writing this insult. Would not any Pakistani legitimately complain for an intolerable racism? This new disinformation is from Ramla Akhtar (aka Rmala Aalam), who accuses foreign contradictors for being racist because she has a “brown skin”, as she says.

«Men even in their 80’s demand hosts to hand er the guest to them for the night. Women of these regions are part of the game; they cooperate to provide booty to males. Like in a movie from some crazy remote century…. if it were possible they would abduct you and throw you in a den of males aged 15-95.»

Neither by local personal observations, neither by any reliable sources, it is possible to confirm this racist statement

«Demanding tourists and travelers to just SURRENDER is an actual fucking thing and COUNTLESS women have been put in compromised positions and sometimes « rescued » by ally parties in the nick of time or just after…”

Where are these countless ladies? It is a mystery. By the way, there are no countless foreign tourists (male or female) traveling alone in Pakistan. Moreover they are all strongly connected as explained above. A countless figure of abused ladies would have exploded on Facebook.

3.2.4. Unwanted other testimonies

“I laugh with tears when I read dreamy (false) blogger accounts of « tourism in Pakistan ». LOL.”

Yes, there are questionnable and narcissistic videos like the ones of Eva Zu Beckers (below).

There are also some blogs where pictures show that Pakistan is just the background as is the one of « Rosie Gabrielle, A Canadian Biker Visiting Pakistan, Is Falling In Love With The Country, One City At A Time« . But it would be to be a mistake to make a general rule from interpretated isolated and distorded cases, like Rmala Aalam sytematicaly does. There are foreign ladies actually traveling independently in Pakistan without « security and a team of male guards who remain out of picture in fake bloggers’ reviews”.

They report on their blog like Alex Reynolds on « Lost with purpose ». In this article, Is it safe for women to travel in Pakistan?”, she says:

“If you want to avoid hassle as much as possible, stick to traveling up north. Gilgit Baltistan [where are Hunza and Chapursan] has a large Ismaili Muslim community, and they’re renowned for being relatively liberal in their views of women. In my experience, men in GB are much less creepy on average, and you’ll get a lot less unwanted attention there as the region is relatively used to foreign female travelers.”

She posted a detailed article about Chapursan. “To the end of the world: Chapursan Valley travel guide”.  Alex Reynolds is a reference for all solo female (and also male) travelers.  She tells the truth, even if it doesn’t please some officials. Then it is difficult to challenge her opinion pretending she is blogger on order, promoting Pakistani tourism on a biased approach.

Here is a video with another woman solo traveler with her host Liaqat Hussain Shahab in Old Hunza Inn.

Annelie Persson Bäck is an additional well known lady, who already traveled alone numerous times across Pakistan, including Hunza.  These independent ladies are not naïve. Like many other people, they say some precautions must be taken and some relevant behaviors must be adopted in conformity with the local culture and religion. But they don’t report the sex hell described by Ramla Akhtar and even not speak about particular dangers in Chapursan. Eventually, the most relevant testimony is from the wife of the famous photographer, Matthieu Paley (See: Mountains – The Hunzakuts). Both of them visited Zood Khun annually, since 2003 and over a decade. Here is an article about Chapursan, Zood Khun and weddings by Mareile Paley. What makes Mariele Palley’s testimony more valuable is the fact that she probably attended the same local weeding than the one observed by Akhtar. This wedding experience distorted and made a general «tradition» is one of the core substances of the narrative. The German guest, Mss Paley, just mentions a joyful event. In august 2018 the author was received in the cousins house of the man accused by Akhtar. One of the young ladies said: «You know, Mathew (sic) and his wife attended a wedding in our home? We love them so much. They are part of our family.» To know these actual women reports it is importation to look for tangible information not to focus on what make the buzz.

As far as drug is concerned, this was never mentioned locally by any traveller. Although it was reported in the Passu Times by the school head teacher who wrote an article  about the Face Mela festival (pictures here). He says someone complained about drug used by some people. However, these people were domestic tourists (i.e. Pakistanis coming from outside the valley). Being on site, all the festival long, the author did not personally observed drug. He still questions this feedback.

Children of the village medium school at Passu Face Mela
Children of the village medium school at Passu Face Mela

Regarding internet it should be highlighted, there is no updated travel book for Pakistan like the Lonely Planet one. The number of independent foreign tourists is very small. Then everybody plans his trip according to information shared on two or three major Facebook groups like “The Karakoram Club” or « Backpaking Pakistan »  and ground sourced travel blogs like the aforementioned Alex Reynolds’ one. Most of the travelers are, then, directly or indirectly extremely quickly informed. Tourism in Pakistan is much more based on internet and Facebook than many other destinations. A sex abuse, people forced to drug, girls sold on the market or at a shrine (!)… would make an international giant bad buzz and would immediately backfire. No need to be “a sort of media/internet person” to be safe. There is no omerta between foreign travelers. Then, what would mean a local omerta? The tourist business is so difficult in these years that every Pakistani professional simply can’t afford this kind of risk.

3.3. Wakhi ladies in a Middle Ages confinement

Passu, Gojal, Upper Hunza - Local Wakhi young ladies at the Face Mela - Some commentators from Pakistan could not believe they were locals. It illustrates the culture gap which allows an audience to believe Ramla Akhtar tales
Passu, Gojal, Upper Hunza – Local Wakhi young ladies at the Face Mela – Some commentators from Pakistan could not believe they were locals. It illustrates the ignorance and the culture gap which allows fanatic speeches against this minority

Though more improvements can certainly be done, every person having an actual knowledge of the region can notice Wakhi ladies have more freedom than in most of other parts of Pakistan.
Gohar Abbas is a Wakhi. He grew up in Gulkin, Hunza. Now, he works for the Agence France Presse (AFP) in Islamabad. He published, in 2018, the article: Heaven and hell”,  In London, this article won, in the category “Travel and tourism story of the year” at the Foreign Press Association (FPA) Media Awards (considered as Oscars of Journalism). Below is a quote from this paper.

“I am a minority in Pakistan, the country where I was born and grew up, and I often cannot relate to the people and the customs around me — from interactions with women to the drinking of alcohol. »
« When I was a child, I didn’t feel the difference that much because everyone in Hunza and the surrounding towns are Wakhis, a people scattered around the Pamir Mountains in Tajikistan, Afghanistan, China and Pakistan. Everyone spoke Wakhi, everyone practiced the Ismaili version of Islam. But once I went to college in Karachi, the differences were hard to miss. At home, boys and girls studied together (according to our tradition, if you have a boy and a girl and only enough money to educate one of them, educate the girl), the girls didn’t have to cover their hair, women and men prayed together in prayer halls (Jamat Khana), there were no muezzin calls to prayer, and we would drink homemade alcohol. »
« But now the muezzin woke me up in the morning, there were no girls in my classes, the ones on the street had their hair covered, I could only pray with men in mosques, alcohol was strictly forbidden. I felt like I was in a different country. »

I am a minority in Pakistan, the country where I was born and grew up, and I often cannot relate to the people and the customs around me -- from interactions with women to the drinking of alcohol.
Pakistani patriotism and pride of Wakhi young ladies

It doesn’t refrain RA, a “national-foreigner”, to bid higher in racism and make readers believe Wakhi ladies are under a primitive oppression.

“I seriously mean it…. picking up women right off the field for raping or « marrying » is an actual fucking TRADITION! If you don’t believe me just look up documentaries on « marriage » in Central Asia! »
« Hold on let me look them up for you. »
« Here you go, friends! »
« IT’S AN ACTUAL GODDAMN THING!!! »
« ((See photos… and next time, just ask locals.)) »
« Bride kidnapping is a thing! »
« Old men trying to be the first to rape a virgin teen girl is a THING!!
YOU WOULDN’T BELIEVE IT UNTIL YOU SEE IT but you better believe the craziness that exists  »
« If you come to these regions and say WOW WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON they respond HOW DARE YOU COME TO OUR REGION AND CHALLENGE OUR **TRADITIONS**. Open sex hunts are ACCEPTABLE here and you will not believe it until you see it… the indescribably CRAZY realities of the world!!

Kyrgyz children in the Jailoo of Zarburuliuk,  Alt 4,150 m, near Rangkul, Pamir, Tajikistan.  Cover of a Russian NGO Brochure,  photo by Bernard Grua

The “demonstration” is of bad faith. It is possible to understand from Rmala Alam that Wakhi people, are not real Pakistani. Their northern part of Pakistan is in Central Asia that’s why, according to her, they behave as she said. To support her statement RA has a “proof”: the way women are treated in different countries of Central Asia.
The first link proposed refers to former soviet Central Asia countries: mostly Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan “Violence against women in Central Asia alarms activists”. Tajikistan is also mentioned. However, it is not possible to know if the problem is in mountainous Pamir or in the rest of the Tajik country. There is absolutely no mention of Pakistani Hunza in this article.

The second link is more radical: « A Bride Kidnapping in Kyrgyzstan Ends in a Young Woman’s Death ». It talks about the death, in a police station, of a young Kyrgyz lady in Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan. It is difficult to believe that someone living, like RA, in Hunza don’t understand how inappropriate is this demonstration unless the confusion is made purposely. Between Zood Khun and Bishkek (North of the country), there is Afghanistan, Tajikistan (Pamir) and Kyrgyzstan. It is however, just the smallest part of the ignorance or of the manipulation. According to personnal experiences and traveler reports, Pakistani Police can compare with British Police. Though the last one will not offer you tea, coffee or even meals. Comparing the Pakistani Police with the corrupted one from former soviet Central Asia states is a non-sense. Pakistani people would be right feeling offended. It is not all. Wakhi people and language are Persian. Kyrgyz ones are Turkic. Wakhi people are Ismaili. Kyrgyz people are Sunni. Chapursan Valley and Sost are in Pakistan. Kyrgyz people do not live in Pakistan.  To make sure, the forged message is understood, RA post screen captures about Kyrgyzstan.

Ramla Akhtar  (aka Rmala Aalam) uses Kyrgyz forced wedding to illustrate Wakhi women conditions
Ramla Akhtar  (aka Rmala Aalam) uses Kyrgyz forced wedding to illustrate Wakhi women conditions

Kyrgyz confusion was not enough. Wakhi people are like cannibals.

« All fun and games when you watch it on TV but not so much fun anymore when you are the equivalent of Johnny Depp as a pirate, being hauled off by cannibals.
RUN FOR YER FUCKING LIFE, JOHNNY!!
Shit. Just. Gaat. Reeaaaalllll!!!! »

After such her unfair biased demonstration ignorant followers are ready to agree about girl rapes, about girls sold in Sost bazaar and at the saint Baba Ghundi shrine. Then the hate speech can goes on while fitting with the narrative.

Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, exposes girl are raped at Saqafat (festival when herds return to the valleys from altitude pastures) in adding girls are sold in Sost bazaar and the shrine of the holy Baba Ghundi
Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, exposes girl are raped at Saqafat (festival when herds return to the valleys from altitude pastures) in adding girls are sold in Sost bazaar and the shrine of the holy Baba Ghundi

That’s enough for the “Dragon Soul” to crucify a complete minority from her country.

3.4. Sectarian followers praise their hero

Who could believe such a general Sodom and Gomorrah scenario? The “Dragon Soul’s” followers do. They even congratulate her for revealing this hidden truth.

Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam's tale is praised by her worshippers We understand that this apocalyptic sexual theatre is not intended to protect any visitor. The actual goal of Rmala Aalam Facebook blog page is to spoil, in a revenge delirium, the reputation of an entire Wakhi community, one of the most peaceful, educated and friendly ones of Pakistan, and to mobilize fanatics against this community thanks to her hate speech for as she said, “sacred destruction” and “holly catastrophe.”
Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam’s tale is praised by her followers

We understand that this apocalyptic sexual theatre is not intended to protect any visitor. The actual goal of Rmala Aalam Facebook blog page is to spoil, in a revenge delirium, the reputation of an entire Wakhi community, one of the most peaceful, educated and friendly ones of Pakistan, and to mobilize fanatics against this community thanks to her hate speech for as she said (See § 1.1.), “sacred destruction” and “holly catastrophe.” Because she is not a « good woman » who « makes peace. » For these fanatics, unfortunately, it works well.

Now, let’s see how fanatism is fuelled, how objections are dumped.

4. Feeding the narrative and the followers

4.1. Censure and cooking contradictions, fake news building

  • The comments to Rmala Aalam’s public posts are accepted only if they praise her. If not, they are deleted, which is rather classical. But it goes further. Before being deleted, screen captures are made.
  • Then, these screen captures are put altogether in new posts. They are out of context. Grouped screen captures of comments look like unsupported aggressive words while they are disconnected from the initial statements they reply to. The same captures are repeatedly used in several RA’s posts contributing to the harassment window dressing.
  • Above the screen captures, is written a teasing text with unsupported assumptions, using slang, capital letters, emoticones. At first glance, the “Black Mountain, Dragon Soul” seems to quote her contradictors when she mentions their statements. Actually she changes the wording regardless if it is coherent with the captures showed below. In her text she adds insults: “ignorant… sexist… supremacist know-it-all… silly chauvinist… typical fashion of insecure frightened men… clueless citizen… loony… racist white Supremacist… hysterical clown… Mr-Superior-because-White… neither knows nor experience bullshit… poor guy… Weinstein… narcissist… buddy-of-criminal.. .insanity-men… assholes…” If not enough, she can also proceed to some makeup on the screen captures.

Consequently, it is turned into a fake news construction. The purpose is, here, to promote hatred against the contradictors while showing an apparently open debate. Though it presents the contradictors as harassers.

Because Rmala Aalam’s case is a special one, it is not only about trolling. Except a useless stolen conversation (See § 2.1.), the « Wounded Mystic » scenario (See § 1.3.) lacks of external tangible confirmations to energize her speech. Hijacked screen captures of contradictors will support the indefensible assumptions she initially presented as facts.

« This is just the evidence I needed in order to show to public how a LIE is created, strengthened and perpetuated. »

Then, extra ingredients are used for calling follower impulses.

4.2. Xenophobia as a mobilization tool

4.2.1. Ramla Akhtar and colonialism

For a better understanding it is reminded that colonialism is not only from a state to another state but it can be inside a same state. For example Algeria was an actual part of France. It was a French “département”. Though it was obviously managed on a colonial way. In Russia, it is the same, for example, regarding Yakutia which is a large Siberian region (numerous times Pakistan size) with a prodigious level of natural resources, although the colonial way it is run made the Yakut poverty rate higher than the average Russia’s one from 2002 on. Both rates are constantly diverging since. In many aspects, Paris also acts on a colonial way in French provinces like Bretagne (Brittany). Regardless religion, extremism, separatism and terrorism considerations, it is a matter of fact, Beijing acts as a colonialist in Xinjiang. Population was over 90 % Muslim and Turkic in 1949. Muslims are now only 45 %. The rest being Han Chinese immigrants.

Ramla Akhtar presents a misinterpretation of colonialism when she over-uses this concept for teasing xenophobia. Many examples in this article show that it is relevant to talk about a colonial vision regarding this person in Hunza. Saying so, it is never suggested Akhtar represents any population except herself and some of her Facebook blog page’s followers, obviously from a more Southern part of the country. Her insisting statements claiming the relevant denunciation of her attitude versus Hunza as blaming all Sindhi or all Punjabi people is not only irrelevant but can be considered as preaching for inter-community clashes. Based on her own words, the facts are: she is not from Hunza, she has hate speeches against people of Hunza, she ignores local traditions and makes fun of them, she slanders Hunza people, she tells lies about them.

4.2.2. Foreigners as collateral victims of the speech about Chapursan people

Readers react even more emotionally if xenophobia is instrumented to complete the anesthesia of their critical sense.

“One of their [the French embassy] clueless citizens was being stupid and favoring a RAPIST, and arguing with me while defending the said rapist.
I take no shit from foreigners who believe they can say or do WHATEVER to women of color. »
« YOU SHOULD NEVER ENGAGE IN A SITUATION IN A FOREIGN LAND especially one as explosive as Pakistan and more especially WHEN YOU KNOW NOTHING and are a supremacist know-it-all. »
« Nobody has a right to meddle in the private affairs of two Pakistanis without genuine cause. »
« I batted this loony Bernard Grua OUT OF THE PARK for fukking with me. I dunno who he is but apparently some racist white Supremacist stuck in some past century with a colonial version of events”

RA never talks about the fact that the largest part of her writings targets a whole community. The so called « rapist » support she invokes is « the tree hiding the forest ». It is just one of the reasons why her words are denounced.

4.2.3. The way foreigners were purposely meddled in an international speech presented as a private case between two people

RA denies the “right” to any foreigner to get involved in what she says two Pakistanis private affair. However:

  • The “private” dimension of the Ramla Akhtar’s case cannot be asserted.
  • The “Black Mountain Dragon” made it public.
  • Based on her text, it is not a case between two people but a case from a preacher against the people of a minority.
  • RA’s posts are covered by the said intention to protect innocent female foreign travelers .
  • RA denounces foreign male travelers as covering a conspiracy of a local sex traffic.
  •  RA asked for the support of a Russian lady, Olga Leonidovna Ozerova (Extreme Travels in Russia).

All of this made what should, indeed, have been a private affair between two people, a— public — international — extremist case — involving the security of — local — and — foreign people.

4.2.4. At the origins of her radicalization, the paradox of a blogger revealing to be a stranger while denouncing foreigners

Hussaini: It is important to notice the fact that Akhtar considers by herself to be a foreigner in the valley. It is Rmala Aalam's words. Through an obvious colonial speech, she says she is an “outsider”, from a “different race”, not belonging to the “tribe” which “hates her.” As a self-confirmed foreigner, and based on her own way of considering “meddling”, she should not be allowed to interfere in Chapursan Valley issues, if any.

It is important to notice the fact that Akhtar considers by herself to be a foreigner in the valley. It is not an invention of the article author. It is RA’s words. Through an obvious colonial speech, she says she is an “outsider”, from a “different race”, not belonging to the “tribe” which “hates her.” As a self-confirmed foreigner, and based on her own way of considering “meddling”, she should not be allowed to interfere in Chapursan Valley issues, if any. As a consequence, this public case should never have been started.

« My kid doesn’t look like me. You know why? Because her father is a different race and she more resembles him. »
« I was hated minutes after I entered the valley first. »
« My point is: I NEED TO KNOW I AM IN A FUCKED UP PLACE… AND I AM NOT ONE OF THEM NOR LIKE THEM.. »
« Because an outsider. »
« A Pakistani Muslim of another race and sect. »
« Not one of theirs. »

However, what says her friend Olga Leonidovna Ozera, in a message, from the past and from today is different, especially in what concerns the general hate from the first day.

[Past] »She has perfect British accent, she clearly seemed rich to locals in Hunza, and she was single, she had perfect manners. She had her Internet shop where she was writing so lovely interesting things of her travels in Nepal, Turkey, Hunza. Obviously many men were attracted to her then. »
[Now] « All Hunza knows the situation and most people there are on her side anyway, including shia community. And even famous Greg Mortenson is supporting her. »

Hussaini:

In a few words, Olga evidences Ramla Akhtar’s radicalization, who wrote about her initial enthusiasm for Hunza in this article. The new mythological narrative (see § 1.3.) needs a rewriting of the past (“I was hated minutes after I entered the valley.”) and a hate speech against Chapursan people to punish their, according to her scenario, collective sins. This article and Olga’s statement show that RA was welcome and was integrated. Then, she became an “outsider, not one of theirs”, an actual foreigner, based on her own initiative and on the drift to her myth of being a destruction missionary from her custom made religion. As far as “good manners” are quoted, they all look like lost in the past, if we judge by the style, the insults and the slang language. It is one of her numerous examples of a self-realization prediction, for the worst, as part of a victimization obsession. The local supports mentioned by Olga might not know the new turn of events.

4.2.5. How the speech about Chapursan was pushed to a foreigner?

As demonstrated above the xenophobia argument to deny a foreign contradiction is meaningless. Stays the question of how a French (actually a Breton from Bretagne) could land in RA’s case? These posts were knownn on May 24, thanks to a Wakhi friend and a social activist from Reshit (Chapursan Valley).

It doesn’t make sense to be surprised that an active outraged community member wants to get comfort from a French friend who knows his community and showed respect to it (see links to different articles below). RA expresses a kind of authoritarian colonial double standards in a remote region, where she publicly agrees to be from “another race and sect. Not one of theirs.” Foreign support (Olga, a Russian lady) for an extremist attacking Chapursan is agreed, foreign support (the author, a Breton) for comforting Chapursan people is denied.

It should be mentioned again that no further contact with the man of Reshit or with any Wakhi person has been made until the publication of this article.

4.2.6. The foreign meddling concept is a distortion of the reality

There was actually no foreign meddling against this hate speech. RA xenophobic presentation is a fake news. The comments on the Facebook blog page were quickly deleted by RA, and nothing from the author of this article about this hate speech was posted anywhere else. Moreover, nothing was commented publicly or privately with local people including the man under the RA’s accusations. Indeed, the goal was to challenge alone this hate speech and not to compromise anybody in RA calumnious denunciations before trying to find a proper solution. Especially because (real or not) crimes such as pedophilia and rape were invocated. This article is only based on RA’s public texts.
To conclude about the “foreign meddling.” It is obviously a troll fake news. It was only created by RA cooking while she reposted numerous times the same screen captures with inflaming words in order to tease the xenophobia of her followers and to gain more support. But, it will change because the threat is still there and might grow while Akhtar rejected the plan proposed to come to an appeased debate and a regular judicial procedure. As a consequence, the relevant foreign meddling, initiated by RA, will soon be the realty. This article will be shared on foreign traveller forums as in Chapursan and Sost, RA’s “highly-incriminable region legendarily unsafe.” No doubts, local slandered residents and people involved in tourism business will defend their reputation.

4.3. Victimization for being praised by followers

4.3.1. First hoax, a lonesome crusade against Pakistanis and foreigners

The “Wounded Mystic” shows herself as a victim. Her followers have to understand she is ready to sacrifice herself to their cause.

“So let’s see what anyone does about it. (Knowing Pakistan, no one will do anything. They will only torture me, bullshit, make excuses, make threats, express disbelief, ask ME to run and hide and be silent — which is kinda right bc who wants live with and talked to such a nation full of moral cowards –, make me sit and describe in delectable long details all tortures I know and have experienced… and so on..not a single maai ka laal will do anything.”
« I will be fucked oved for publishing this but here it goes. »
« I take no shit from foreigners who believe they can say or do WHATEVER to women of color. »
« I don’t care if I go to jail for this. »
« …being terrorized [by] this French clown, Bernard Grua #BernardGrua« 

When the “Wounded Mystic” edited her publication she just put, above the previous text, its opposite, which denies it.

« Relatives and allies of the accused must know that Pakistani laws and public are HIGHLY UNFAVORABLE towards girlchild rapists and monster tour guides and hosts who are harming national and foreign tourists. Therefore don’t be stupid; do not make any attempts to harass or bully. There are 20 crore [?] people in Pakistan and you better not mess with justice. Take care. »

4.3.2. Second hoax, a good lady abandoned, betrayed and abused, including by her family

The “Wounded Mystic” shows herself as hurt by life. In this article we see examples on how this person is putting herself in these situations, choosing the worst way when there could be an appeased one. Let’s, have some quotes.

“Left in foster care at age 4ish »
« Experienced sexual abuse from age 5-6. »
« Being rejected by Mother upon being returned to her at age 10. Chapter of being loved by Mum… closed. »
« Incestuous abuse at the age of 11 – 12 »
« Losing repeatedly in love. Massive betrayal at age 25 »
« All family migrates abroad… I am left alone, living in a remote village. LOL. Aren’t my family precious… dumping me twice in my life to seek better opportunities for themselves. They say they « love » me but if I am assaulted by their lovely relatives then OK. No problemo!! « 

Before going further, it must be noted that “left alone” and being “dumped twice” by her family differs from the reality. It was numerous times her personal decision to go to countries or places different from the ones of her family, as she writes in one of her public post.

“By 2012 thr color from my face was draining when I heard my brothers planning about a life in North America. « There is no future! », I blurted ».
« I packed for a remote region in a Muslim country… and tossed between Turkey and Morocco… Finally leaving for Turkey ».
« I was back in Pakistan and I just wouldn’t rest until I had gone to some mountain. I wanted to flee ».
« In the morning my Mom heard the craziest thing she has heard me say when she saw me leaving on one of my several spontaneous journeys ».
« Gotta flee once afain and leave THEM to their delusion”.

Hussaini: Ramla Akhtar: “By 2012 thr color from my face was draining when I heard my brothers planning about a life in North America.

As she explains, she got her baby in the family house of Faisalabad (Punjab). It was her decision to just have her mother and one uncle with her. Here too, she was not left alone.
In a private message, “Wounded Mystic” wrote she was a “virgin woman” until she had her sexual relation with this married man. At this time she was 33 or 34 years old. Then, what is it possible to understand about her previous sexual abuses? It might seem strange, but not from someone seeing dance as an offense on the same level than getting drunk. Below, with her phone call to the embassy, it will be possible to know what is her second meaning for “abuse.” It is “arguing.”

« I didn’t drink and dance or did other crazy things (something which can get you under suspicion LOL) ».
« The men have a peculiar dance and if you look closely… well it’s what I call a peacock dance…. the « come to me woman » mating ritual dance ».
« It’s like walking into the materialization of some truly odd episode of National Geographic ».

Followers of Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, impressed by her victimization speech
Followers of Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, impressed by her victimization speech

4.3.3. Third hoax, Cosette – Les Misérables

Her friend Olga in a private message inadvertently broke the Cosette’s disguise. It is written in a materialistic post-soviet way of linking honor with wealth. Olga’s words have to be replaced into their national environment and into her Eurasian culture, without presuming any malice and without judging on a liberal Western ideology. In Russia, rich and siloviki people are respected regardless their morality. (See the 2015 Nobel price Svetlana Aleksievich – “The Last of the Soviets »)

« Before she met him [the man with whom she got a baby] she hadn’t have any affairs with men at all ».
« As I said she is from quite a wealthy family and studied in private British school with all teachers being from UK ».
« I also visited Ramla in her home city Faisalabad and guess that her family background is something more prosperous and wealthy than [the married man with whom she had sex] . And the shame [baby with extra-marital relations] laid on her [Punjab] family is greater than the whole shame and dishonor put on [the Wakhi man’s] family ».

5. The quest for extra material and the ultimate step

5.1. Private provocation and harassment to get extra material

Between Wednesday, May 29th (03:13) and Tuesday, June 5th (14:09) Rmala Aalam polluted my message box. (36 messages, 2 176 words). During 6.5 days, I did not answer. During 6.5 days, she harassed me. Here are a few examples of what she sent. Some of her message give interesting information about her vision. Answers were just written, here, to replace things in their context. Rmala Aalam, will see these comments for the first time

5.1.01. R.A.: More and more women and children should learn from example how men back each other up in raping and consider it no problem at all that their married male friends are assaulting whoever they please. So Mr. Grua whule we proceed please know that this conversation and your pro-rapist stance would be fully quotable.
→ B.G.: All that was written is fully quotable and was actually quoted by you, though on an unethical way see § 4.1. Everybody can recognize none of my texts are pro-rapist.

5.1.02. R.A.: Furthermore Pakistanis should know how traveling foreigner males are encouraging local male buddies to carry on
→ B.G.: This is a troll conspiracy theory (see above). Just a slander on all male foreign travelers visiting Hunza. In some countries because of people saying what you say, foreign visitors are stoned. It was a personal experience. You do not want foreigners in your current region. It is not the choice of local people who need them for sustaining their lives in their mountains. It is neither the choice of your state Government, nor the one of Gilgit-Baltistan administration.

5.1.03. R.A.: He [“former husband”] has instructed you to attack me, which, in the process also exposes his small child who I raise, a risk you are willing to take in order to tarnish me
→ B.G.: Assumption paused as a fact. Per purpose, there was absolutely no contacts with this man, as with any locals, since your posts where known. Only some people were tagged under your evaluation and comment posted on “Bernard Grua Photographe” page, see § 5.2. in order to get a more balanced evaluation from them. Actually, your evaluation was promptly deleted by Facebook moderators as breaking their standards. Then, local people have absolutely no ideas about this mutual arguing except through the reposts you decided to do on your Facebook blog page for which your are fully accountable. See also § 5.1.05.

5.1.04. R.A.: No need to answer. The answer is that you support your friend [“former-husband” and the person accused by her of rape]
→ B.G.: Unsupported assumption – See § 5.1.03.

5.1.05. R.A.: You are attacking me when I don’t even know you
→ B.G.: I was not attacking anybody. In the opposite, I was just trying to help a peaceful community under a hate speech (you even ask me who is sleeping with whom. See § 5.1.06). You perfectly know I was just opposing your unfair posts that I read and that everybody can see on your sect Facebook blog page. As I wrote above, your posts have been brought to my attention by a member of Chapursan community facing your hate speech. See § 4.2.5. He is not the man you are directly and publicly accusing. You asked one Russian lady of your friends, Olga Leonidovna Ozerova, to support you. See § 4.2.3. With her, we made our best efforts to come to an appeasement. There was a proposal in order to go out of the scandal you initiated. It was fair. It was clean. It was open. Your friend recommended you to agree. It was your decision to give an irresponsible negative answer. Nobody else pushed you there. Nobody is attacking you. You are the one who put you (and many other innocent people) into troubles.

5.1.06. R.A.: You also wrote something I am not going to quote here right now. However that tells me that you are aware that your friend Mr…. is sleeping with his guests. Is that acceptable? Are you serious?
→ B.G.: First, as mentioned above, everything is quotable. Second, I don’t know who is sleeping with whom today. I don’t know who slept with whom in the past. I don’t want to know. It is totally out of my social condition and ethics to talk about sexual life with anybody, including with Pakistani guides or with anybody else, including on the internet chats you are addicted to. Moreover, illegally spying sleeping rooms is not the business of foreigners. Even at your request. It is not your business, either. Though for someone who has been able to built a fake porno theater, like in § 3.2.3., everything is possible, it does not mean it is legal.

5.1.07. R.A.: Also you forgot that according to Muslim law a married person engaging in adultery is liable to death. Are you aware of this? Apparently not
→ B.G.: #extremism #fundamentalism #Taliban – Everybody knows these stoned to death ladies, even if they were innocent, in Kabul stadium “thanks” to informers or people looking for revenge. I know how extremists interpret a religion of peace for slaughters. That’s the thought that came immediately to my mind (See § 4.2.5.) when, on May 14th, I initially read your hate speech. Though, at that time, I warned you just because I considered it as irresponsible. After this long analysis work, I am, now, thoroughly convinced this is your actual goal. You want people stoned to death in Chapursan. That’s the only reason which could explain your radicalization and your pornographic unsupported hate speech about this Valley. See § 3. This last sentence is not here to harass or to attack you. It is an information: “To whom it may concern”.

5.1.08. RA.: YOU JUST SUPPLIED EVIDENCE THAT [her target] IS SUPPORTED BY FORIEGNERS. I need to stop shaking and crying. THANK YOU… this is just what we needed.
→ B.G.: Unsupported assessments. If I supplied all evidence, why did you initially delete these evidences (my comments on your posts), just keeping your answers? I strongly demand you to stop promoting hate against foreigners, while they don’t even know you are doing it. You are exposing them to a danger they are not aware of.

5.1.09. R.A.: Failing which, you are part of the crime.
→ B.G.: #extremism #fundamentalism #Taliban – Is that Taliban law? When was the so-called crime? When did I visit Pakistan? Five, ten, twenty years after? Do I obstruct Pakistani justice? No. Do I help an innocent community facing a personal revenge? I hope so.

5.1.10. R.A.: You are a white man, surely superior to us Pakistanis. Can you explain this?
→ B.G.: I am not able to understand how you can believe in this racist assumption detrimental to you and disrespectful for the Pakistani nation it is contrary to all the articles I published, including on Pakistani websites such as Pamir Times and Passu Times. This is your own torment and your own mental complex. It is not a French nor a Pakistani issue. You wrote you are “not a good woman » who « makes peace. » Then, any good person who makes peace is superior regardless race, religion, color and nation.

5.1.11.R.A.: You hate the people of Sindh, too, it seems.
→ B.G.: Unsupported assumption. No other people or ethnicity is blamed by anybody for your supposed origin as you repeatedly want to force this vision. You are the only one who is accountable for your hate speech. It is not an inter-community clash as you want to promote it. You are the “outsider” (your word) harassing a minority which welcomed you. Then, as far as I am concerned, there are numerous contrary examples to your assumption with many different ethnicities of Pakistan which will be too long to detail here.

5.1.12. R.A.: The embassy can call up local police and confirm everything. Then they can advice tou because you are not listening to me. I am hoping they will ask you NEVER TO FAVOR AN ALLEGED RAPIST-PEDOPHILE IN A FOREIGN MUSLIM COUNTRY.
→ B.G.: #extremism #fundamentalism #Taliban “You are not listening to me.” You are saying the harassment comes from you without any reaction from me.

It is difficult to admit the way an organizer of a custom made pagan black spiritualism religion (See § 1.) is trying to use Islam for her revenge. Muslims, Jews and Christians, we have the same God. Because He is Unique. When you offense the God of Islam, you offense the God of all of us.
“Rapist-pedophile” are not favored in any country either Muslim, Buddhist, Christian, Jewish or animist.
It is not tolerable that an extremist teases any religious or satanic fanatism under a forged accusation. In Europe, everybody is entitled a fair trial so that an innocent is not condemned in place of a criminal, adding injustice to a crime. I don’t know Pakistan laws, but I suppose, based on the professional behavior I saw from your police, it is the same. I also have in mind some courageous decisions of the President Imran Khan and of the Pakistan Supreme Court comforting the fairness of Pakistan state in contradiction with the statements of someone looking for a personal revenge. You confuse a “foreign Muslim country” (i.e. Pakistan) with an Afghanistan, under the criminal rule of Taliban. You should understand it is defamatory for your country and tarnishes its international reputation. It looks like you wish the Taliban rule for Pakistan.
The legal consequences of your French embassy calls will be presented later.

5.2.The last public provocation slanders

Because of the lack of answers RA became more aggressive. She came to “Bernard Grua Photography” page to post the lowest possible review with a calumnious comment heading her screen captures. This Facebook module is well known for frequently being used by competitors or trolls like RA. For those who do not know it, it should be disclosed that a Facebook page manager cannot delete an evaluation neither delete a comment under this evaluation. Within a few days, Facebook moderators deleted this evaluation as contrary to internet standards.

Comment of Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, removed as contrary to Facebook standards
Comment of Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, removed as contrary to Facebook standards

While all message boxes were closed to her harassment, Rmala Aalam later came to another page and made there a new public defamatory review .

Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, good summary of unsupported assumptions or consciously built fake information
Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, good summary of unsupported assumptions or consciously built fake information

5.3. False testimony to French Embassy

According to her posts, Ramla Akhtar had several phone calls with the French Embassy.

Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam false testimony to French Embassy N°1
Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam false testimony to French Embassy N°1
Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam false testimony to French Embassy N°2
Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam false testimony to French Embassy N°2

It is possible to read that despite her perfect British English, according to her friend Olga, Akhtar’s spoke in a mental confusion so that it was difficult for the Embassy to understand her. These calls have a French legal definition. It is a “calumnious denouncement to a legal authority” (dénonciation calomnieuse). It is charged additionally with insulting a legal authority (outrage à l’autorité publique) via a “false testimony” (faux témoignage), another legal definition. It is punished by French law. Based on this paper, it is evident, in addition to her illegal statements, that RA is a radicalized religious (though, what religion is the question) extremist. This could lead to European visa ban.

5.4. Update 21/06/2019: actions planed for additional slanderous denunciations in pack and new false testimonies: Pakistani and French authorities, clients

On June 21st, Rmala Aalam explains a plan to harm Bernard Grua (owner of Best Inventory France) slandering him to his clients (attached to the post is a list of these clients) and denuncing him to French and Pakistani authorities. Here are some quotes of this post. For more details, please look at exhibit E4.

« WELL, are fighting back. We are already in touch with authorities (they are understaffed and dealing with a backlog of issues, but they KNOW) and additionally we will be reaching out to the partners and employers of this beast via Twitter, fax, email and phone to apprise them that one of their suppliers is engahed in trting to annihilate a woman overseas. »
« I will ve speaking with the Pakistani Ombudsperson for Harassment of Women in Workplace. Her charter hopefully also deals with our situation. »
« I will be writing to Pakistani Embassy in Paris letting them know that a French citizen has threatened to exile me from a Valley in Pakistan… and could they advise me on the legal constitution of such a threat? We will also copy to French Embassy and ask them if there is any sort of understanding between France and Pakistan whereby French citizen can come to sensitive areas and try to excite violence against a minority (where I live I am a minority. »

It was a good incentive to make what shoukd have been done already. Today the Honorable Mr. Moin Ul Haque, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan in Paris, and to his Excellency, Monsieur Marc Baréty, Ambassadeur de la République Française à Islamadand and Ms. Kashmala Tariq, Federal Ombundsperson for Protection of Women against Harassment at Workplace received the report. These messages were copied to the tourism departments of the Pakistan and Gilgit-Baltistan Governments. See exhibit E5.

Conclusion: what is true, what is a hoax, what is abuse, what is just revenge, what is mythomania?

All that is excessive is insignificant” (Talleyrand). Ramla Akhtar’s cannot be considered as a whistleblower while it is impossible to identify the real parts of her mystification and her reality show. As explained, her major aim is not to be factual. However, she can be acknowledged a real talent. Based on the same scenario she built, she could seriously publish a successful dramatic fiction book. Does it mean everything she writes is a lie? Probably not, and this is the core problem, while the confusion she brings, the fanatism she pushes, her irrational behavior, her appetence for confrontation and her quest for delirious conspiracy theories create a rejection detrimental to the search of the truth. Therefore, she is probably the best support of the rapists, if any, and of the sexual abusers she seems to denounce. Bringing discord, general suspicion and mutual distrust, she is their perfect smoke screen. She, shamefully, causes suspicion and discredit to the legitimate and necessary campaign for improving the women condition in the world and more specifically in her country. Then, her achievement can only compare with the one of expert professional trolls in charge of bringing social chaos. Chaos, being understood as her self attributed “hidden missions”, is what should be probably admitted until a more relevant key for such a confused personality, could be found, ideally with the help of psychiatrists and sexologists. Eventually, foreigners wishing to visit Pakistan, for their own security, may seriously ask themselves how many xenophobic preachers like Ramla Akhtar (aka Rmala Aalam) are haunting the country and what could be the influence of their extremist speeches on a crowd or an individual made fanatical

Bernard Grua, Nantes, Bretagne, France – 14/06/2019

Exhibits

E1: Controversial posts from Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam

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

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

No freedom for hate speech

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

E3: Other articles about Hunza & Pamir by Bernard Grua

E4: New planned slanderous denunciations in pack (June 21st)

Posts:

Rmala Aalam:

Attachments

On June 21st, Rmala Aalam explains a plan to harm Bernard Grua (owner of Best Inventory France) slandering him to his clients (attached to the post is a list of these clients) and denuncing him to French and Pakistani authorities.

E5: Electronic letters to the ambassadors of Pakistan, to the ambassador of France and to Ms. Kashmala Tariq, Federal Ombundsperson for Protection of Women against Harassment at Workplace (June 22nd & 24th)

Pakistan Ambassador in Paris:

Rmala Aalam's false testimony: electronic letter to the ambassador of Pakistan

French Ambassador in Islamabad:

Rmala Aalam's false testimony: electronic letter to the ambassador of France

Ms Kashmala Tariq, Federal Ombundsperson for Protection of Women against Harassment at Workplace

Rmala Aalam's false testimony: electronic letter to the Federal Ombundsperson for Protection of Women against Harassment at Workplace
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

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Auteur : Bernard Grua

Bernard Grua a une large expérience internationale. ll réside à Nantes et est expert en conseil, réalisation et analyse d'inventaires, préalablement manager dans un cabinet d'audit anglo-saxon , Diplômé de Sciences Po Paris, officier de Marine de réserve. Hobbies: photographie, géopolitique, patrimoine maritime, reportages dans des pays lointains

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