Dr Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis, a Greek citizen of Turkish origin, Orientalist, Historian, Political Scientist, is the author of 12 books, dozens of scholarly articles, hundreds of encyclopaedia entries, and thousands of articles. He speaks, reads and writes more than 15, modern and ancient, languages. He refuted Greek nationalism, supported Martin Bernals Black Athena, and rejected the Greco-Romano-centric version of History. He pleaded for the European History by J B Duroselle, and defended the rights of the Turkish, Pomak, Macedonian, Vlachian, Arvanitic, Latin-Catholic, and Jewish minorities of Greece. Born Christian Orthodox, he embraced Islam when 36. He defends the Right of Aramaeans, Oromos, Ogadenis, Sidamas, Berbers, Afars, Anuak, Darfuris, Bejas, Balochis and Tibetans to National Independence, demands international recognition for Kosovo, the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, and Transnistria, calls for National Unity in Somalia, and denounces Islamic Terrorism. With such a rich rsum, one would expect a lot from his latest publication: Liberate Balochistan but like his previous article on the subject, The Cultural Genocide of Balochistan, it is a disappointment. His main objection is regarding the Baloch language. The erudite scholar says, "The origin of the Baloch language is thought to have evolved between 200 BCE - 700 CE from a lost language spoken on the territory of Gedrosia that was part of the Arsacid Parthian and Sassanid Iranian Empires, although for some period Gedrosia formed an independent kingdom (known to the Greek and Latin sources as Indo-Parthian kingdom). The closest relative of the Baloch language today is Modern Persian (Farsi)." Providing such an elaborate backdrop, the professor complains that the official language in Balochistan is Urdu. He himself provides the rationale for it: "Even though the Baloch language is the primary language of Balochistan, it is not taught in schools due to lack of teachers, lack of parental support (most parents want their children to learn Urdu, Persian or English instead), and competing pressures from other language groups. Only a university in Quetta, offers courses of Baloch language and literature. Although there are newspapers, magazines, and literature in the Baloch language, literacy rates in the language are extremely low." So how can the knowledgeable professor blame the government for something the Balochis themselves do not desire? The learned scholar harps on the genocide and atrocities carried out by the armed forces of Pakistan, enumerating the actions in 1973, 2005 and to date but fails to mention the development projects undertaken by the government including the recently constructed Mekran Coastal Highway and the under construction Mirani Dam, Gwadar Deep Sea Port and Kacchi Canal were in the interest of the country and the Balochi people. He comments that the local inhabitants of Balochistan are being forcefully displaced and slaughtered through a brutal military operation so that their resources and land stays in the hands of the Pakistan army for exploitation and military adventures. He adds fuel to the fire by stating, that in May 28, 1998 Pakistan tested its nuclear weapons in Chagai, Balochistan, a deadly nuclear test destroyed that region facing the worst drought there were no crops to be grown. Baloch families, particularly new-born babies, were born with serious health problems in those regions. Native Baloch tribesmen were displaced without any compensation - they have lost their homes, livestock and lands. The professor claims that the undemocratic state of Pakistan is exploiting the rich natural resources of Balochistan for the last sixty years at gunpoint. Baloch people are tired of living under such tyranny and atrocities; Balochistan is the most backward and deprived province of Pakistan. Dr Megalommatis fails to take cognisance of the fact that the feudal society of Balochistan is impeding progress. The Baloch sardars are pursuing their vested agenda because they do not want to part with the centuries' old sardari nizam that is why they are opposing Gwadar and IPI gas projects. The reality regarding Shamsadin Megalommatis is exposed by an African physician, Buzu Mengistu in a four-part article titled: The true face of "Dr" Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis. Mengistu discloses that the bogus writer who titled himself as "Dr" "Professor" is a "virtual professor who pretends to be a historian, philosopher or political scientist, is working day and night trying to ignite past grievances and preaching hatred among people as a full-time job." Dr Megalommatis has perhaps never visited Balochistan, nor is he aware of the feudal nature of the Baloch society or the rift between the various tribes like Marris and Bugtis, yet he spews venom, calling for the liberation of Balochistan. The writer is a political and defence analyst