General Kiyani’s bhaashan – Islam and Pakistan

sain MQM-PPP-ANP ne aik new “phuljari” chori hai recently ki  . . . change the name of Pakistan from Islamic Republic of Pakistan to Peoples Republic of Pakistan. . . .  . . KIYANI saheb jo ministry of interior ke under just aik officer hain (BY LAW) wo forun “ACTIVE” hogai hain  . . ..  . . . . . 

6000 ki salary wale sipahiun ko (jo pehle hee interior pubjab/sindh/NWFP se full throttle madrassa/taliban ho ke aatey hain  injection de raha hai “jihad” ka . .

or wo josh mei aaker aik naara lagaingey  . . . . . . newspaper wale aik lash pic (like the one below) nikal ker post kerdaingey  . . . awaam bi khush ki bara “mujahid” HEAD OF ARMY mila hai  . . .  retire ho ker ye bi “safeer” (Ambassador) bun ker USA UK LONDON ghumeyga or angarazun ke saath enjoy karega . . .  koi ye nahi puchta ki abay kis ko chey bana rahey ho . . . itni mohabbat hai ISLAM se toh ARMY ke budget se 10% cut kerke sarey madrasun ko UPGRADE karo taki  gareeb bachey bi society mai PRODUCTIVE role play karain na ki  Baitullah or Qari Zaman ke hathay char ker  suicide jacket banain  . .  .

Magar ye aisa kuch nahi karega . . . . 9 BILLIOIN rupees ka naya GHQ bana rahi hai ARMY . . . koi puchta hee nahi ki abay awaam ghaas kha rahi hai tum logun ki ayyashian hee khatam nahi hoteen . . .

Sain KIYANI ki age es waqt 57 years hai . . . or ye 1971 mei ARMY mei enter hua (jab ye 19 saal ka chuuza tha) toh BASICALLY ye khud  “ussi beemari” ka PRODUCT hai jo 1965 ke

time ARMY  mei enter hui thi ki kis tarah awaam ko RELIGION manipulate kerke control kia jaai

Lehaza es time jitney bi PAK ARMY officers hain wo toh khud TALIBAN product hain . . . wo kia laraingey TALIBAN se . . . (han dollar ke liye kabi kabi jharu lagani parti hai ghar mei, aaj kal Waziristan mei laga rahey hain) . . KIYANI kehta hai ki PAKISTAN or ISLAM ko koi alag nai ker sakta . . .   es ***se kisi ne ye nahi pucha ki ISLAM mei toh sitting Caliph ko bi court mai apne ilzaam ki calarificaiton ke liye khara hona para tha and he was answerable to LAW . . . toh ARMY musharaf ko kiun bacha rahi hai COURTs se ARTICLE 6 per . .



Shaukat Aziz and Musharraf – A story of 38 Billion Rupees Corruption

No wonder why Musharraf and Shaukat were happy with each other 🙂

Hijacking Pakistan – Part 1

A blogger makes a valid point in a recent blog on dawn.com. He suggests that the reason why recent election rallies in Gilgit-Baltistan are so diagonally different from those held in the rest of Pakistan is perhaps due to the lack of militant madressahs and the concept of political Islam in that area.

He is also right to note that the language and the overall content of the recent rallies by almost all the leading political parties there are squarely concentrated on various economic and development issues; whereas political rallies held by the same parties elsewhere in Pakistan are usually studded with impassioned sloganeering and jingoistic takes on Islam, India, Jews and America. The general aura of these rallies also smacks of a xenophobic and chauvinistic exhibition of ‘patriotism.’

Till about the late 1960s, political rallies, rather their content, were largely different in Pakistan. The people’s economic wellbeing and the country’s economic progress used to be the focus of the speakers at these rallies. However, things in this respect began to change with the consolidation of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (as an opposition leader) in 1967.

Already a gifted orator, Bhutto took his cue from the celebrated speakers of the 1960s’ leftist student leaders who in their passionate outbursts addressed economic issues using rhetorical Marxist lingo and revolutionary bravado.

In his speeches at the time, Bhutto too addressed economic issues faced by the people, but he began to use more and more revolutionary symbolism and lingo trying to work the crowds into a captivated frenzy, just like Mao Tse Tung was doing during the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Aggressive vocal posturing became a hallmark of the Bhutto rallies, but this aggression got its first physical manifestation when during the 1970 election campaign, hoards of Jamat-i-Islami (JI) and its student wing, the Islami Jamiat Taleba (IJT) activists, started to attack Bhutto rallies.

In his book, Pakistan People’s Party: Rise to Power, Phillip E. Jones states that PPP rallies became a target of the JI and IJT activists who, incensed by Bhutto’s leftist rhetoric, labelled him as ‘anti-Islam’ and a ‘kafir.’ Till then political rallies were usually attacked and dispersed by government-hired hooligans and the police, so this was perhaps the first time one political party was attacking another party’s rally.

Jones further writes that to counter these attacks by the JI and IJT, the PPP formed the ‘People’s Guards.’ These were groups of tough young men picked from various leftist student organisations, especially the National Students’ Federation (NSF) that was supporting Bhutto. A number of clashes took place between the ‘People’s Guards’ and the JI activists during the 1970 election campaign.

The tone of Bhutto’s speeches became a lot more aggressive after he came to power in 1972 — especially from 1974 onwards, when smitten by the sudden turn that the ideology of Pakistan took after the East Pakistan debacle, both Bhutto and his political-religious opponents began using ‘Islam’ a lot more frequently. It was the Bhutto government which presided over the change of direction Pakistan’s history and school books took after the 1971 civil war in the former East Pakistan. It was also Bhutto who had Ahmadis declared as non-Muslim.

Suddenly, Islam took centre-stage like never before, even to the extent that these books were infused with half-baked truths and historical distortions, mainly so that the ‘two nation theory’ that helped originate the concept of a separate Muslim country in the subcontinent could be defended, especially after the theory had actually collapsed with the creation of Bangladesh (on the basis of ethnicity) in 1971. As Bhutto’s opponents raised the bar of fiery Islamic rhetoric, by the 1977 election campaign, Bhutto too was heard using Islamic symbolism and promises more than revolutionary socialist idioms. General Ziaul Haq who arrived as a military dictator in 1977, soon turned political speechmaking into a calculated expression in which, for the first time, a modern-day political leader was heard using Quranic terms, verses and sometimes whole hadiths. Days of speeches addressing economic and development issues in secular terms became history.

As radical/militant Islam took root in Pakistani society during the Afghan civil war in the 1980s; pro-Zia politicians and religious parties began doing the same. By the 1990s speeches heard at PML-N and JI rallies were usually studded with heavy Islamic symbolism and terms. The trend has continued, so much so, that today, even the more secular parties such as the PPP, ANP and the MQM can’t escape from using Islamic symbolism in their speeches to constantly reinforce their spiritual credentials.

What’s more, the trend has now infested the electronic media as well, where supposedly ‘objective’ newscasters and talk show hosts punctuate their speech and tirades with Islamic terms like Allah, Sharia, Shaheed, etc., as if trying to give their obvious vocal diabolism a righteous sheen. What is being sacrificed is cohesive speech based on facts and a practical vision of the future, a dialogue that is actually a rational discourse on politics, economics and terrorism, instead of an ‘I am holier than you’ clash of bloated egos.

[ Posted originally at DAWN , written by NFP]
[Image: Muhammad Zahoor]

PAKISTAN – Games for Future

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Rah-e-Nijat (Path to Salvation) ???

Kis ke gardan pe ye Khoon-e-Nahaq hoga . . .  .PAK Military ? who programmed an EVIL they couldnt control ? The Mullah ? who manipulated a faith to play POWER politics. The Taliban ? who evolved themselves into an inhuman Group. PAK Politicians ? who played hide-seek with nation for their political gains. The Western powers who funded this whole game and left it unfinished . . .  or ALL OF THEM ?

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BhikaratKari – Friends or Masters ?

🙂 Abba Jee[1]Lo sain . . . Mazeed “Daal roti” ka bandobast hogaya hai. Rehman Malik ne behtareen bhikarat-kaari ( urdu for Diplomatic Beggary) se “Abbu Jee”  ko mana lia aakhir.

Sain aap awein mei mayuus hotey ho ki hamara koi “future” nahi . . .  . humne dunia ko pehle toh TENSION (Taliban/Jihad/Extremism) dena hai or phir us TENSION ko khatam kerne ki “fees” wasool kerni hai or es tarha “guzar basar” hota rahega. . . .

Sain mashalla se hum bheek maangne ke nit nai tareekay ejaad ker rahe hain and our PROFESSIONAL approach in beggary is doing wonders , no wonder. mei toh kehta hun hum dunia ki pehli Beggary-Institute khol letey hain. Hum bi toh koi khidmat karain “Taleem o Tadrees” mei dunia ki 🙂

A Heavy dose of Truth – Can we take it ?

minar-pakistanWhile reading at PKKH i came across this comment which i couldn’t stop reproducing since it was a good summary of a reality we PAK don’t want to accept. Over the internet while i frequently find deluded-patriots (Paranoid Delusions?) who just cant stop vomiting anti-INDIAN (and obviously USA Israel etc.) propaganda instead of looking into their own collars first. There is no doubt about the conspiracies our enemies are hatching in PAK (mainly Balochistan etc.) but i find myself fortunate to see things rationally, as an OVER ALL picture and not focus a specific TIME or an ERA and i believe this is the best way to UNDO the wrong doings of 60 odd years i.e

>> Identification of the PROBLEM, Pin-pointing the culprits, Thinking a resolution, planning, implementing and ensuring a mechanism to continue the plan for a progress.

Unfortunately, 99% of the people who blog/write/comment over internet talk about the last step first , from above and this leads them no where and to hide their failure they drag India, Israel, USA into their statements.

More interesting is the fact that when you try to bring this deluded group towards reality the first thing they do is TAG you as anti-pak , anti-this, anti-that, Indian agent bla bla . .  since they are out of words to reply. I can only sympathize with such fellows as i understand that from class 1 to 10 and way up to University level there is a “complete package” in our educational system to DESIGN our minds in a PARTICULAR way (like its done in many countries around the world esp. in a Zionist system) and when we hear something very different form what is coded into our genes we immediately lash out at the person & this is quite NATURAL i guess . .

Coming back to topic, It is obviously common sense that OUR ENEMY is DOING what an ENEMY is supposed to do, that point should be a built-in variable in our equation, and the focus should be what we ARE or ARE NOT doing. And to do that we should first know what went wrong in 60 odd years . . . and hence this comment by some Yogi over PKKH, RED highlighted are the ones i do not agree with, in my view. By the way Yogi has pictured INDIA as bara hee masuum bacha jis ne kabi kuch kya hee nai PAK ke khilaf but well, more on it some later time

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For all these years since independence the Pakistani military has managed to keep its people under an evil illusion – feeding them dogmatic morsels of anti-India propaganda,only to serve its own supremacist interests. Spreading canards about Indians – and Hindus has been a pet favourite – conveniently forgetting that Pakistani military has not won a single war with the so called ‘Hindu ‘India.It has only suffered reverses – 1971,1965, Siachien, Kargil and now the proxy war in Kashmir.The truth is that Pakistan is failing because of the extremist component in its Army – which has emptied up all its coffers and carved a strategy which was bound to fail.The Pakistani Army top brass has become an oligarchy in itself – impossible to reign in domestically.From Yahya to Gen Zia to Musharraf – all military rulers have ruined the identity of Pakistan.If only Pakistan could have become what its founding father wanted it to become – a liberal state with Muslim majority – and not a Islamic theocracy which Zia almost made it – the fate of the Indian subcontinent would have been very different.The Pak Army created the Taliban – hand in glove with America – and now is fighting the same monster for its survival.Americans continue to use Pakistan like a condom and Pakistanis cannot do anything but to accept their fate.Pakistani Army propaganda machine paints India as a ‘anti-Islamic’ country,forgetting that there are more Muslims in India than the whole of Pakistan.India has prominent Muslims in every walk of life – there have been two Muslim Presidents so far.India’s present Vice President is a Muslim.India’s top businessman and internationally recognised IT czar – Azim Premji also belongs to the faith.The point is that india continues to move on a constitutionally defined liberal path – secular,socialist and democratic.India has its many flaws but overall there is lots of optimism about the country.Pakistan is nowhere there – it remains tied up in its own contradictions.Unless Pakistanis see who their real enemy is – there is little hope of their country.The real enemy continues to play the Great Game,preferring to keep Pakistan as a pawn in the game.Pakistanis cannot see beyond India – some like to derive childlike pleasure in deriding small issues ,forgetting that this has no consequence for the future of their country.Pakistan needs to grow up and spit its venom of jealosy somewhere else – the foreigners continue to use Pakistan as a ‘nautch girl’ – dancing to their too familiar tunes.The country lives on doles – its ex-President is on the run.He cannot come back to the country after brandishing himself for 8 years as the saviour of Pakistan.The so called ‘father’ of Pakistan’s nuclear bomb lives under house arrest!The biggest misfortune is that Muslims have become Pakistan’s existential enemies – who are Taliban after all?The Punjabi terrorists,created by Pak Army have turned on to their masters.Pakistan has a crisis going on in every sphere of life – electricity,agriculture,economy,security and education.Extremists have gained upperhand over pragmatists and moderates.People like Zaid Hamid and Ahmaid Quereshi continue to poison young minds with anti-India propaganda.The saner lot of Pakistanis need to counter these merchants of hate and tell their folks that Hindus and Muslims lived in harmony for many years and the two-nation theory is a faulty theory.Today very few people bother about religion – they are worried about rozi-roti,bijli,pani,sadak.So wake up – face the real enemy and end the evil cycle of hatred.Religion alone is not going to take you anywhere in life.Pakistanis can never remove India from themselves because they came from there – they like Indian Bollywood movies (where Muslim stars rule),their favourite singers are Lata,Asha,Mohammad Rafi and Kishore.They secretly admire Sachin Tendulkar and Dhoni and they prefer to call themselves ‘Indians’ abroad(in the West)- so scared they are of retribution if described as Pakistani.’Paki’ has become a word of ridicule in the UK.All this has happened because the Army-extremist machine has created a distorted image of Pakistan internationally.So its high time the Pakistanis stopped listening to their Army-extremist propganda and started listening to their own conscience. Misconceived ideas like we ruled India for 1000 years should be sent to the dustbin of history because that is not important for Pakistan’s survival.What is important is to make peace with India and fight the common enemy of extremism and fundamentalism.All the best to the Pakistan Army in fighting their self-created brothers in arms in Waziristan!

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[image : http://dildilpakistan.wordpress.com/2008/11/04/pakistan-image-gallery-1-historical%5D

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