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.
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?
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