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…ALL THE PEOPLE, ALL THE TIME…

  • Hassan Nisar
  • Dec, 2017
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If we compare the entry and exit of the rulers of the East and the West, we conclude that the majority of the rulers in west take exit with respect. They don’t have to pass through the tunnel of humiliation and sufferings

It is a sad fact that the former rulers are squirming in the hands of law and law of nature. While crying over spilt milk, they have come down on cheap tactics to ridicule others. I am not cheerless or cheerful upon their plight. However I would like to pray: May they have courage to bask in disrepute and ignominy. In response to

‘MUJHEY RAH ZANO SEY GILA NAHIN, TERI RAHBARI KA SAWAL HY’

(I don’t blame the robbers; I put a question mark upon your leadership)

The mafia retorts that the theory of necessity was fabricated to support the robbers. I wonder how the decedents of political robbers can condemn their political forefathers. Wouldn’t they discredit themselves from their legacy in this way? Why don’t they understand that their Muslim League is quite different from that of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s Muslim League. Similarly, the present judiciary is quite different from the judiciary relating to doctrine of necessity in retrospect; otherwise Panama papers would not become River Nile to the political pharaohs. This is the fact indigestible to these sons of darkness. Still they don’t understand what the problem is. As a matter of fact, they should have provided their money trail be it suspicious, fake or else so that there could be a justification of their inflated assets despite their comparatively meager income. But they did not. The matter is so simple but they have elongated it to the level of an epic. Their blames to judiciary are baseless. They want to mislead the masses whom they think of fool. They should know that Abraham Lincoln has already said, “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time”. I have been reminding my readers that they have introduced Zafar Hijazi brand in all the public institutions with the exception of two.  This loyal-brand has made their masters as focus of their service instead of nation or the country.  Furthermore, they are so pig-headed that they are caught red handed but refuse to confess their irregularities. Their conscience is not asleep but dead and you can awake a person in slumber but not the dead one.

One can understand the wisdom behind the two terms of a person in power in the civilized world. Three decades in power corridors bring shame for the rulers themselves. If we compare the entry and exit of the rulers of the East and the West, we conclude that the majority of the rulers in west take exit with respect. They don’t have to pass through the tunnel of humiliation and sufferings. They keep intact their grace and remain apple of their people’s eyes. During retired life, they deliver lectures in the universities and other dignified forums, conceive thought provoking books based on their experiences, enjoy life with their grandchildren, do work out, play their favorite games, go on long walks with their spouses, study books of their choices, chat with their friends and enjoy music and movies.  Contrarily, Idi Amin, Shah Iran, Qaddafi, Hosni Mubarak, Zain-ul-Aabdin and Saddam Hussain meet with dire consequences of their protracted rule. They claim and try to be ‘saviors’ and in effect they are those retarded dwarfs who suffer the illness of ‘self-destruction’ which does not allow them to live and die with respect and honour. The same is the case with us. Cultivation of such leadership in Pakistan has had long and inimitable effects upon the future of Pakistan. Our collective conscious reflect their misdoings with the nation.

During Musharraf era, an upbeat law was legislated. It prohibits a person to become Prime Minister of Pakistan twice. Whatever was the intention behind this legislation, the decision was in the best interest of the nation. But the two political adventurers, divested of a thing called vision, amended the law as soon as they came into power. You know one of them is called Asif Ali Zardari while the other is nothing but Mian Nawaz Sharif. The vote bank of former’s party has shrunk so thin that expectation of prime minister from his party is not less than a miracle. As far as Mr. Nawaz Sharif is concerned, hadn’t he helped amend the law, he would have avoided the consequences of Panama Leaks.

The mafia retorts that the theory of necessity was invented to support the robbers. I wonder how the decedents of political robbers can condemn their political forefathers. Wouldn’t they discredit themselves from the legacy in this way? Why don’t they understand that their Muslim League is quite different from that of ...

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