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Pakistan’s silent majority must wake up

December 13th, 2010

Waiting has never ever done any nation any good. Never ever in history has waiting changed the destiny of a nation towards the better. All the nations that are the worlds most progressive today have all wrested their destinies from their respective selfish vested interests and only after taking their destinies in their own hands have they progressed and stand where they do stand today. This is history.
Pakistan has an irrelevant silent majority of about ten crores (100 million) of people and most of them are in the lower and upper middle class categories. Pakistan also has the electorally functional population of over three crores (30 million) of people who are, primarily, from the poor and very poor class and are thus dependent upon the vested political interests (the ruling feudal and business elite) of Pakistan. Thus each time around, on election day, these three crores vote traditionally on the lines that we have seen in so many elections while the silent majority treat the election day as a holiday and take off for a picnic with their near and dear ones. The dependent three crores obviously bring back to power those on whom they are dependent for their next meal. We, the silent majority, are truly guilty of negligence towards our obligation to vote for the betterment of Pakistan. It surely is time to wake up.
Pakistan’s destiny will change the day the silent majority wakes up and lines up at the polling booths on election day. Everything will change for the better. If it does not happen in this way then the streets will have to burn and turn red one day not long from now.

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Food for thought – How much more?

December 8th, 2010

It is with an agonising pain that one has to say that Pakistan has been ravaged and exploited for all its sixty three years of independence. The poor, pathetic, slavish and under fed toiling masses of Pakistan that have really kept Pakistan afloat have been exploited to the limits and even beyond. The Pakistani masses were not created to only vote for their own exploiters. Real freedom must now come forth before the volcano of the frustrations of the masses explode. But then it is also said that Nations deserve what they accept silently.
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Past and present muslim rulers in the light of history

December 6th, 2010

If the facts that have come to light through the information brought to the fore by Wikileaks (not that we did not know about almost all of that) do not prove how bereft Pakistan is of quality leadership then nothing else will ever open the eyes of the Pakistani nation. I am borrowing a quote from an email from someone I know and it goes like this. Lord Dalhousie had once summed up the Nizam of Deccan as – Quote ” The Nizam of Deccan can stand any amount of kicking” Unquote. How do the factual disclosures of Wikileaks sum up the leaders of the muslim world of today is for each of us to assess. Does Lord Dalhousie’s observation still stand good if you substitute the then Nizam of Deccan with the words “muslim leaders of today, in general, and of Pakistan, in particular” . Iran and Turkey look like they are the only respectable exceptions . So are the muslim countries to the east of India including even Bangla Desh, an erstwhile part of Pakistan, but then these countries lie somewhat outside the sphere of the present day world’s theatre of war.

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The pathetic face of Pakistan’s majority – the toiling masses that live a sub standard human life

December 6th, 2010


The true face of Pakistan’s vast majority is the face of the toiling masses who live a sub standard human life. He is not laughing. When I took this picture he was asked to laugh and he obliged just as a robot would oblige when given an electronic command. This is a poor worker in the Punjab whom the other Provinces blame for their own respective pathetic conditions.This is the face of the vast majority of the poor Punjabi rural workers. Now who does he blame for his predicament?
I have had the good fortune to travel through out the length and breadth of our beautiful country – Pakistan. Right from Baroghil Pass (Chitral) overlooking the Wakhan Salient through which flows the River Oxus in Afghanistan to the coastal belt in Sind and Balochistan. I have travelled through the Cholistan Desert, driven many times from Islamabad/Rawalpindi all the way to Karachi. There is not a place in Balochistan that I have not seen. I have had the opportunity to live and travel through all of Sindh and the Rann of Kutch. I have lived in Kashmir and that too in the Line of Control bunkers. I have interacted with people living in the border belt of Azad Kasmir and Indian Held Kashmir. From Sialkot to RahimYar Khan one has seen all the towns and cities including the entire border belt and the border towns. I have had the opportunity of travelling through the vast deserts of Sindh in Chor area and I have seen the lovely peacocks dancing in Nagarparkar (Sindh). From Parachinar to Khushalgarh in Pakhtunkhwa and from the Gomal Pass to the Baroghil Pass, the Arandu Pass and the Garam Chashmas of the heavenly Chitral. From the tribal belt and the Passes on our borders with Afghnaistan to the Khojak Pass and Chaman in Balochistan. From the vast desolate valleys of Balochistan and the rugged mountains that overlook the road from Quetta to Dera Ghazi Khan via Muslim Bagh, Loralai and Fort Munro. From Quetta to Karachi over the famous RCD Highway to Karachi. The Gadani Beaches where the world’s ships are finally broken. The beautiful and serene valleys of Swat and Kaghan with those majestic mountains. I have seen this pathetic face of the Pakistani rural worker everywhere. Only the features varied from place to place. The beaten up face of poverty was everywhere that I went.
I suddenly realised that the northern areas have sadly escaped me. I will travel there once the weather opens up. I must, even if only to see if I can or cannot find this face in the picture there also.
Now why did i say all this must be bothering who ever is reading on still. So here it is. » More: The pathetic face of Pakistan’s majority – the toiling masses that live a sub standard human life

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Wikileaks and Pakistan

December 4th, 2010

What is it that the people of Pakistan did not know before the wikileaks? We knew it all. To be more on target I would say that the people of Pakistan were aware of much more than what wikileaks has brought to the fore. The Wikileaks effort, that smells of it being engineered, only confirms and authenticates what the Pakistani nation was already aware of and what our leaders, real as well as those masquerading as leaders, have always vehemently denied despite knowing that no one in Pakistan believed their denials.

The commonly asked question in Pakistan these days is “who actually administers and governs Pakistan?” The answer to this question is that all engineered political structures have to always be subservient to whoever engineers them. This is a stark reality that we cannot turn our face from. Barring a couple of dispensations in our history, which too will be questioned by many, Pakistanis have never produced wholly indigenous political dispensations. Therefore, it is we as a nation that must be blamed for our woes. The collective forgiving nature of the Pakistani nation has been very artfully exploited by the ruling political elite. Pakistanis cannot blame anyone else for not having the courage to use their votes judiciously. » More: Wikileaks and Pakistan

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