Few weeks back while watching NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC i saw a trailer of Don’t Tell My Mother series which would have a program on PAKISTAN. I waited for the day/time and as it was about to start there was some problem with my cable TV line. I waited for a while and then rang the cable wala without getting any sensible answer i sent few messages to other friends across city. Majority had no electricity and one or two who had said their cable isn’t showing this channel too. I thought its fishy. Well i let it go then and when after a week NG had a repeat of the same i decided i will not miss it at any cost. But this time again just before it would start NG channel was gone. I immediately rang/sms few friends to find out the same issue at their end. Now i was wondering what actually this show had that the cable walaz were ordered to block it. This led to me for some searching and i found except the trailer none had posted it over the internet as yet. I keep searching it time to time and now i finally got it. Well to tell you the truth its simply the true face of PAKISTAN and i don’t know for what reasons (or may be many reasons depending upon how you look at it). There is only one point (3rd video) where it tells that in Interior Sindh some Army officers are involved in Bonded Labor. Dont know if the blockage had anything to do with it.
looking at this documentary its clear the our nation has become an Intellectual Hijraas 35 years thanks to the evil man ZIA and later on MUSHARRAF. Pakistan before 70s was quite a moderate state but now we have are divided into so many blocks that we have no national direction, no purpose, no route for future. Everyone is going own way. But the worst everyone is trying to enfore his own brand of Pakistani ideology. Zia came to enfore his brand of ISLAM and then MUSH came to sell bikinis and skin. One stretch us right and other left and now we have for all practical purpose become clueless (or like Hassan Nisar says a mob jis mei kisi ne saanp chor dia ho) . We have no definite shape or face to show. The documentary presents a true (even bitter) picture of our country: