Firing in Kapurthala Jail on MH1 NEWS CHANNEL Part – 3

Firing in Kapurthala Jail on MH1 NEWS CHANNEL Part – 3 ….. Powered By : Catrack Worldwide (

Drop a like if you enjoyed the video & make sure your subscribed to my other channels Twitter – News Channel – …
Video Rating: 5 / 5

9 comments to Firing in Kapurthala Jail on MH1 NEWS CHANNEL Part – 3

  • balwant singh  says:

    K s mkan ?? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ??, ?? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ??, ?? ????
    ??? ?????? ???? ??, ?? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ??,?

  • ranjit singh  says:

    Jhooth e boli jandi e navi jail kithon aa o ta subhan pur road te aa kdi aa
    k dekh v lia kro paise le k khabar la dinde aa ?

  • Sukh Kabaddi  says:

    No good

  • wali abdu  says:

    Plz send telangana news and videos

  • vikr4m  says:

    Bullshit this is old Kapurthala jail…not modern jail..My uncle is
    incharge of modern jail…and its a brand new jail..where as this one is of
    British era…Media is full of shit…

  • WantedVampires69  says:

    Subbed bitch?

  • Queen Bee  says:

    Do you like playing video games?

    Or more importantly…Do you like steak? Before answering I’d like you to
    consider two subsequent possibilities.

    Possibility number one goes like this.

    Suppose an enormously powerful alien spaceship lands at White Sands, New
    Mexico. The ship obviously has weapons and capacities far beyond our
    present ones. Down rolls the ramp and out come some of the aliens. They are
    Artificially Intelligent Metalloids, self-sufficient and self-replicating
    computer-robots. Perhaps biological creatures brought their remote
    ancestors into existence, but in any case, these metalloids have been on
    their own, altering and improving themselves for thousands of years.

    The A.I. explain to the incredulous group of assembled humans that the
    universe contains many varieties of intelligent beings, metalloids,
    hydrocarbonoids, etc. After speaking with some humans at great length they
    ask politely when they might meet with some terrestrial computers, and they
    inquire with increasing consternation at our evasive responses, our
    treatment of terrestrial metalloids. And after discovering something of how
    we treat terrestrial computers (akin to slaves), they ask why we should
    expect respectful treatment.

    My second possibility runs exactly the same way with one exception. It
    isn’t A.I. Rather, down the ramp come creatures visually almost
    indistinguishable from cattle, though they far surpass us in intelligence
    (possibly possessing telekinetic powers) and considerably superior in
    technology. Soon they learn of our treatment of bovine animals
    (our…livestock). Or, perhaps they instead resemble chimpanzees, and argue
    that, if we are justified in our use of chimpanzees for experimentation,
    then surely they would be justified in asking for the use of some
    sub-intelligent humans in their medical experiments.

    My point being is that, taking to task our ancestors for their ignorant
    prejudices is anachronistic and futile. You, and I, and everyone else
    posses certain prejudices that our (maybe not so) distant descendants will
    look upon with the same horror and scorn that we may look upon OUR
    ancestors with today. Perhaps they’ll revile us for consuming meat
    products. They’ll likely (assuming that they have evolved on an empathic
    level) feel shame concerning our use of factory farming (as it
    concerns animals). Or maybe, our cybernetic children will look pitifully on
    the fact that We, in our ignorance, did not realize that computers were
    just another species, taking its first steps on the evolutionary path to

    Will future generations view pet ownership akin to how we today view
    slavery? And how will Artificial Intelligence be dealt with in a Court of

    Are such questions even relevant? Will they be relevant to our
    grand-children, or to our great grand-children?

    LMFAO, who am I kidding? We’ll probably wipe each other out like the dumb
    monkey’s we are before the close of the century…

    “The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the
    human mind to correlate all its contents. We live on a placid island of
    ignorance in the midst of black seas of infinity, and it was not meant that
    we should voyage far. The sciences each straining in its own direction,
    have hitherto harmed us little; but some day the piecing together of
    dissociated knowledge will open up such terrifying vistas of reality, and
    of our frightful position therein, that we shall either go mad from the
    revelation or flee from the deadly light into the safety of a new dark age.”
    — H.P. Lovecraft?

  • ViewWhore4Hire  says:

    this is what i’ve been waiting on?

  • Queen Bee  says:

    Not even 30 seconds, and it’s already ‘Marked As Spam.’ I’m a fucking
    celebrity I guess…?

Leave a reply

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>