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Bilawal Bhutto Zardari girl friends

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari girl friends

His antics at Oxford University would shock people in Pakistan awaiting Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s return to take over the political dream shaped by his murdered mother Benazir. The 19-year-old’s preparation for his role in one of the world’s strictest Muslim states has certainly been unconventional.Orthodox Muslims will be surprised to see the new leader of the Pakistani People’s Party with his arms slung casually around two girls, one of whom declares herself as “bisexual” on a social networking website.
Conversations he has with friends on Facebook make reference to being hungover, his friendship with a girl he calls “Boozie Suzie” and the joys of “free alcohol”.
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Monster’s ball: Bilawal and friends in fancy dress for an Oxford University Hallowe’en event
There is no evidence that Bilawal drinks alcohol – but he was certainly living it up with his two female friends at a raucous black-tie party thrown by a student drinking society.
Bilawal had been enjoying the freedom of his first year at Oxford before he was named as his mother’s successor after her assassination last month.
It was all a far cry from the country of his birth, which is bound by strict Muslim customs where drinking is forbidden, homosexuality is illegal and male and female friendships carefully controlled.
Bilawal and the girls were dressed up for the annual Cardinals’ Cocktails event where, for a £10 entrance fee, students can drink as many cocktails as they can stomach.
The Cardinals is an exclusive all-male society favoured by the wealthiest undergraduates at Christ Church, Bilawal’s college at Oxford.
They hold the event for non-members once a year to raise money for a lavish dinner to be enjoyed by their privileged members at a Michelin-starred restaurant.
Only a handful of Christ Church students are allowed to join each year and they are initiated by being forced to down a bottle of port followed by eight pints of beer.
Bilawal and his friends were among hundreds of other students – not Cardinal members – at the bash this year.
Fortunately for him, his father, Asif Ali Zardari, has announced his son is too young to take power and that he will maintain day-to-day control of the party while Bilawal continues his studies.
Bilawal, who arrived at Christ Church in September to read history, grew up in Dubai after his mother left Pakistan for a self-imposed exile in 1999.
At Oxford he has not been seen at the student Islamist Society, eschewing the social events, at which only soft drinks are served.
One senior society member said: ‘He doesn’t come to any of our events.’ He has chosen instead to spend his time with gregarious new friends.
Two of the girls to whom he is particularly close, as our pictures show, are described on Facebook as being “engaged” to each other – Julia Caterina Hartley and Kirini Kopcke.
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Ladies’ man: Bilawal cosies up to bisexual friends Kirini Kopcke (left) and Julia Hartley, who say they are ‘engaged’
Julia, who was educated in Brussels, lists herself as interested in both women and men and is a member of the university’s Lesbian Gay And Bisexual Society.
She and Bilawal are obviously close, often pictured cosying up together, and after Benazir Bhutto’s assassination on December 27 she wrote on her Facebook site: “Julia can only think of the Bhuttos.” Many of Bilawal’s conversations on Facebook can be openly viewed by dozens of his friends and countless other Oxford University students.
Bilawal flirts goodnaturedly with another female student, saying: “There is a void in my life now, it’s a deep dark hole in my sloe [sic] … that can only be filled with … boozie suzie!!”
Fellow first-year student Sammy Jay is also a close friend.
In one exchange, Bilawal announces his intention to “do as much work as possible, go to the Coven, turn up to my tute the next day hungover and with incomplete work.”
The Coven is an off-beat club well known for hosting a regular gay night for students.
The face of Bilawal appears on a number of pages throughout Facebook but only one, using the alias of Bilawal Lawalib, is authentic.
In one exchange, before Mrs Bhutto’s assasination, he tells a female friend that he “misses his secret lover” and in another exclaims “what free alcohol! I may take you up on that when I get back to Oxford!”.
Bilawal’s grandfather Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, who founded the Pakistan People’s Party and was the country’s first elected prime minister but was executed in 1979, attended the same college.
His mother was a popular student and president of the Oxford Union.
The current Oxford Union President, Luke Tryl, says the new Bhutto is “quite popular in Union circles; very charismatic and engaging”.

 

10 comments:

  1. Bilawal Butto being naughty. kissing Pictures say it all
    His antics at Oxford University would shock people in Pakistan awaiting Bilawal Bhutto Zardari's return to take over the political dream shaped by his murdered mother Benazir.

    The 19-year-old's preparation for his role in one of the world's Muslim states has certainly been unconventional.

    Orthodox Muslims will be surprised to see the new leader of the Pakistani People's Party with his arms slung casually around two girls, one of whom declares herself as "bisexual" on a social networking website.

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  2. Conversations he has with friends on Facebook make reference to being hungover, his friendship with a girl he calls "Boozie Suzie" and "free alcohol".

    There is no evidence that Bilawal drinks alcohol – but he was certainly living it up with his two female friends at a raucous black-tie party thrown by a student drinking society.

    Bilawal had been enjoying his first year at Oxford before he was named as his mother's successor after her assassination last month.

    It was all a far cry from the country of his birth, which is bound by Muslim customs where drinking is forbidden, homosexuality is illegal and male and female friendships carefully controlled.

    Bilawal and the girls were dressed up for the annual Cardinals' Cocktails event where, for a £10 entrance fee, students can drink many cocktails.

    The Cardinals is an exclusive all-male society favoured by the wealthiest undergraduates at Christ Church, Bilawal's college at Oxford.

    They hold the event for non-members once a year to raise money for a lavish dinner to be enjoyed by their privileged members at a Michelin-starred restaurant.

    Only a handful of Christ Church students are allowed to join each year and they are initiated by being forced to down a bottle of port followed by eight pints of beer.

    Bilawal and his friends were among hundreds of other students – not Cardinal members – at the bash this year.

    Fortunately for him, his father, Asif Ali Zardari, has announced his son is too young to take power and that he will maintain day-to-day control of the party while Bilawal continues his studies.

    Bilawal, who arrived at Christ Church in September to read history, grew up in Dubai after his mother left Pakistan for a self-imposed exile in 1999.

    At Oxford he has not been seen at the student Islamist Society.

    One senior society member said: 'He doesn't come to any of our events.' He has chosen instead to spend his time with gregarious new friends.

    Two of the girls to whom he is particularly close, as our pictures show, are described on Facebook as being "engaged" to each other – Julia Caterina Hartley and Kirini Kopcke.

    Julia, who was educated in Brussels, lists herself as interested in both women and men and is a member of the university's Lesbian Gay And Bisexual Society.
    She and Bilawal are obviously close, often pictured cosying up together, and after Benazir Bhutto's assassination on December 27 she wrote on her Facebook site: "Julia can only think of the Bhuttos." Many of Bilawal's conversations on Facebook can be openly viewed by dozens of his friends and countless other Oxford University students.

    Bilawal flirts good natured with another female student, saying: "There is a void in my life now, it's a deep dark hole in my sloe [sic] ... that can only be filled with ... boozie suzie!!"

    Fellow first-year student Sammy Jay is also a close friend.

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  3. The face of Bilawal appears on a number of pages throughout Facebook but only one, using the alias of Bilawal Lawalib, is authentic.

    In one exchange, before Mrs Bhutto's assassination, he tells a female friend that he "misses his secret lover" and in another exclaims "what free alcohol! I may take you up on that when I get back to Oxford!".

    Bilawal's grandfather Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, who founded the Pakistan People's Party and was the country's first elected prime minister but was executed in 1979, attended the same college.

    His mother was a popular student and president of the Oxford Union.

    The current Oxford Union President, Luke Tryl, says the new Bhutto is "quite popular in Union circles; very charismatic and engaging".

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  4. Ladies� man: Bilawal cosies up to bisexual friends Kirini Kopcke (left) and Julia Hartley, who say they are �engaged�


    Julia, who was educated in Brussels, lists herself as interested in both women and men and is a member of the university�s Lesbian Gay And Bisexual Society.

    She and Bilawal are obviously close, often pictured cosying up together, and after Benazir Bhutto�s assassination on December 27 she wrote on her Facebook site: �Julia can only think of the Bhuttos.� Many of Bilawal�s conversations on Facebook can be openly viewed by dozens of his friends and countless other Oxford University students.

    Bilawal flirts goodnaturedly with another female student, saying: �There is a void in my life now, it�s a deep dark hole in my sloe [sic] � that can only be filled with � boozie suzie!!�

    Fellow first-year student Sammy Jay is also a close friend.
    In one exchange, Bilawal announces his intention to �do as much work as possible, go to the Coven, turn up to my tute the next day hungover and with incomplete work.�

    The Coven is an off-beat club well known for hosting a regular gay night for students.

    The face of Bilawal appears on a number of pages throughout Facebook but only one, using the alias of Bilawal Lawalib, is authentic.
    In one exchange, before Mrs Bhutto�s assasination, he tells a female friend that he �misses his secret lover� and in another exclaims �what free alcohol! I may take you up on that when I get back to Oxford!�.

    Bilawal�s grandfather Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, who founded the Pakistan People�s Party and was the country�s first elected prime minister but was executed in 1979, attended the same college.

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  5. As long as the nuts aren’t peanuts, because they will trigger the idea of an alcoholic drink.
    I add some water to my wine like they used to in Biblical times and like the Romans did.I rarely notice my body telling me I’m thirsty, but when I do I usually want a gin and tonic if it’s in the evening. Of course tonic water is very refreshing and I don’t put much gin in – just enough to take the edge off the tonic water. It’s somehow the whole experience that matters to me more than the alcohol content. It’s the idea and the chink of ice on the glass – but then I’m very theatrical – lol.
    Milk Thistle is the stuff for hangovers. It detoxifies the liver and is very good for curing constipation too.

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  6. Inside Student life of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

    Free alcohol, hangovers, bisexual friends and a girl called Boozie Suzie … inside the student life of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

    By: GLEN OWEN

    His antics at Oxford University would shock people in Pakistan awaiting Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s return to take over the political dream shaped by his murdered mother Benazir.

    The 19-year-old’s preparation for his role in one of the world’s strictest Muslim states has certainly been unconventional.

    Orthodox Muslims will be surprised to see the new leader of the Pakistani People’s Party with his arms slung casually around two girls, one of whom declares herself as “bisexual” on a social networking website.

    Conversations he has with friends on Facebook make reference to being hungover, his friendship with a girl he calls “Boozie Suzie” and the joys of “free alcohol”.

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  7. This is may be the last comment.Because i dont want to argue with you on this topic because now we were not arguing we were fighting.You are stick with yours opinion i am with mine.We are not friends & not joking here so you send me this smile.I am not living in Pakistan but aware what is going there but i think you are not.I dont want to think again on this topic.But you should think again.They have time to destroy The Muslims & Islam.I think you are europian or wants to live there.But not like a Pakistani(whom you thought are not the meaningful nation)but be a Muslim think. Bhai think one time for yourself.

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  8. Hi!i think that ghouri is right and i will favour him bcz bilal is the son of benazir who is claimed to be a president of pakistan the country which is made on the name of islam and what about this country’s leader should they allow to do such rubbish things.they all are lived like king but what about the poor peaple they even don’t think about us the person who is never sit in a bus,who is never lived in a country whos 50% population is lived below the povertiy line i want to ask a question with fatima an all of those peoples who thinks that they are right tell me that where asif zardari gets this money how benazir manged to opened billion dollars account in swiss bank how they managed a srey palace in london i didn’t find any thing that benazir’s father is a rich man or they have industries and shares. this is all the money of our beloved country’s poor people and i know one thing that even they enjoy in this world one day they have to answer all these question in front of king of all the universe(the almighty ALLAH)that they have the power to make pakistan one of the best countries in the world but what they did with country they just ruined us and enjoying their whole life in dubai,london just bcz of peoples who believes them and think’s that when they come to paksitan all the problems will solved

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  9. well dude u r talking about leader wow tell me any name now who is not having affair or thing’s like that u didnt saw shere rehman nd yusuf raza gilani tape where he is pushing his hand’s on her breast lol nd many miniter’s even mushraf doing this nd imran khan moulana fazlu rehma have roam in grand hayat dubai where he come to have sex with girl heheeh in dubai whatu r saying nd in pakista who chose leader people give me a break people dont know much u just litle stuff for them they gave u vote nd election’s r fair i dont think so i also belong to a land lord family i know bhuto family persnally nd my family was involve in politic’s but ia m out of this b/c i know politic’s is dirty game where every one take other’s advantage it’s all crap nd i dont wana comment more nd what they did for clinton he had affair nd he complete his 5 year’s nd now he is having great life nd still he is famous i guess having affair is batter then having war like bush do nd how u r for other’s it matter how u r it doesnt u tell me u never had gf or have sex dont tell me u r v ok what ever this is my last coment have fun u all nd i guess if u talk abou this u weste ur time nothing else

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  10. main to yeh kehta hon ka bilawal sab to pakistan main rahey hi nai un sab ney kiya kar layena hai kiya who is avam ka duhk dard samaj sakta hai. kiya us ko pata hai ka jab poor ko khana na milay to kisa lakta hai. jab ghar ka akhrajaat na complete na hon kiya hota hai kiya who yeh samaj sakta hai ka jab koi poor kisi rich ki galiyan suntha hai us ko kaisa lagta hai kiya woh kiya sammj sakta hai who to aj tak kisi is trahan ka halaat se gusra hi nai. muj ko namazhi par ka dikha dey yeh hi bari baat. think about it.

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