Jiye Bhutto? What About Jiye Pakistan?

A charged-up Asif Ali Zardari pumped his fists in the air aPPs he declared that it won’t be long when the Presidency will echo with the slogans of ‘Jiye Bhutto’. The crowd cheers… Pakistan is not mentioned.

Was this a subtle hint for President Musharraf that his days in the President’s seat are numbered? That is not the prime concern here. Presidents come and go. What really is disappointing is that the current government is more interested in stamping their authority all across Pakistan rather than doing some thing substantial for the country itself.

Our nation has a sorry state to present as we are being led blindly to nowhere-land by corrupt politicians, politically motivated lawyers, and a sold out media that feeds on anarchy, sensationalism and chaos. 

Jiye Bhutto… Mian de naaray… Jiye Iftikhar… Go Musharraf Go… blah blah

Slogans is what we as a nation have reduced ourselves to. Slowly being driven to the point of self-destruction by the very people who have a proven record of sucking the country dry in their previous ‘rules’, we are holding a handful of individuals closer and higher than the country itself.

Where is Pakistan in all this?

The so called Long March (a pure media stint which, by the way, despite claims of over half a million could only gather a less than 50,000 crowd comprising mostly of the poorest of our countrymen and paid-crowds) brought the capital to a stand still for three days in a row. Was it for Pakistan? Absolutely not.

As recent as a day or two ago when Afghanistan’s President Karzai stood on a global platform and threatened to send his forces in to Pakistan, I did not hear of any protests or marches by these so called ‘pro-Pakistani’ leaders and parties to show their resentment. And I’m sorry but calling in Afghanistan’s minister over a cup of tea and telling him ‘puppu yaar tang na kar’ is NOT a strong response!

Our current leadership will fall mute over a threat to the country’s solidarity but they will shout loud and long for bestowing Nishan-e-Haider for their slain (not martyred thank you) leader Benazir Bhutto! no disrespect to the departed but are you sniffing cow-dung PPP? Have you even looked back and seen the people who have been honored with this accolade? You are a certified lunatic to assume that the likes of Benazir can even graze the level that the likes of Rashid Minhas or Major Aziz Bhatti Shaheed achieved!

And what a pathetic story our current media is. Blinded (or paid in bulk) beyond any rationalism, I didn’t hear any of these ‘honorable’ journalists and critics raise a storm about over-writing ‘Pakistan First’ with ‘Jiye Bhutto’

Bravo Pakistanis. Bravo my dear politicians and media!

The likes of you need another coup… and this time… it better be a bloody one!  


21 Responses to “Jiye Bhutto? What About Jiye Pakistan?”

  1. 1 Kermit
    June 17, 2008 at 10:52 am

    Those who support this fake judiciary and politicians should have an eye opener already. Pakistan is being pushed back to stoneage and no one realizes it.

  2. 2 lotus
    June 17, 2008 at 10:54 am

    Pakistanis don’t care about Pakistan. They take it for granted. By the time they realize her worth their heroic leaders would already have sold it to our enemies and settled elsewhere! laanat ho in par!

  3. 3 Taimoor Khan
    June 17, 2008 at 10:55 am

    Zardari ki maa ki..! Someone plz plz plz kill him and NS

  4. 4 Valik
    June 17, 2008 at 11:05 am

    a NISHAN-e-HAIDER for BB? Are we degrading the value of our highest award now by giving it to corrupt politicians? She’s dead! It’s not enough that her illiterate followers have built a shrine of her grave and pray to her and now they want N-e-H for her! GET LOST!

  5. 5 farhan ali
    June 17, 2008 at 11:12 am

    bring on a coup. kill these b*******

  6. June 17, 2008 at 1:52 pm

    Musharraf’s third coup! 😛
    I think we have had enough of democracy already. Time for some “real” dictatorship!

  7. 7 Over and Out
    June 17, 2008 at 2:06 pm

    Politics in Pak is politics of revenge with no thought given to the ridicule we are inviting from around the world. We are spilling our own national secrets, mocking our own people, making deals with terrorists and voting these rats as our leaders.


  8. 8 Tariq
    June 17, 2008 at 2:16 pm

    It will be a cold day in hell when Pakistan Army becomes a pet to such incompetent leaders. Our army is the ONLY respectable and genuine patriotic institution left in this God forsaken city. Neither should their silence over the country’s current state be taken as a sign of submission nor should any one underestimate their power. That goes for those inside and outside Pakistan!

    Your puny politicians will run like scared dogs with their tails between their legs at the slightest sign of pressure. That is their reality. The Army will not tolerate too loose a hand given to those who we all know are corrupt and enemies of the state. Those who blame military and dictatorship for ruining Pakistan need to get their facts straight! It wasn’t the Generals who spoiled Pakistan but our barely educated and feudal minded politicians who put their interests before the nation’s!

    Make no mistake that without this Army and the integral values it upholds, this country will be nothing more than a pile of dust in the hands of these sw-i-nes!!

  9. 9 muhammed ansari
    June 17, 2008 at 6:40 pm

    what the hell are you guys talking about, all parties have there own ideology and there ideology is meant to support the purpose of the country. Zardari was just passing on the message to his workers that the ideology of bhutto is still alive and kicking after all if it isnt the duty of the state to provide roti kapra or makan then whos is it. And it is these ppl who democratically elected him which shows that they want bhuttos Ideology to prevail in the nation. Even if we look across the border over into india ppl are very sentimental when it comes to there state and religion.


    I am sorry but i think you are out of you depth stop conyeing a message of panic to people, it is this kindda a negative attitude that stops foreingers from investing in our country thus affecting our economy.

    Long march was not a failure by no means it showed tht the lawyers are still alive and very much kicking

  10. 10 muhammed ansari
    June 17, 2008 at 6:43 pm

    and if there is a coup i m sure u are going to be the first one on here criticizing it

  11. June 17, 2008 at 11:52 pm


    Your vision happens to be the sheer product of the very plague that engulfs Pakistan today. Those crooks have you convinced that without them around and in power there is no future for Pakistan. I pity you!

    As for me criticizing the coup… sorry to disappoint you but I’d be one of the happiest people around if that happens. I have seen enough of the mockery that your beloved politician make of the country using freedom of speech and democracy as an excuse!

    Don’t forget how your fellow Pakistanis distributed sweets and danced out in the streets when Army took over back in 99!

  12. 12 muhammed ansari
    June 18, 2008 at 1:31 am

    well y friend what ever is happening in the country is totally against my ideology in the first place, e need to give the newly elected govt a chance to have a proper run the economy is bad thru out the world it is not just Pakistan. A military coup will further destablise the country thus scaring off the western trade. All i am trying to say is that post like these create panic which doe not help with the stabaliziing process of the country

  13. 13 Kermit
    June 18, 2008 at 8:28 am

    Ansari, my fellow Pakistani friend, panic is what our biased media has been spreading in the name of free speech. You want to give a chance to people like Zardari? yeh to bani banai economy ka khaatma kar deta hai so what to talk about rectifying an already poor economic state! I would hate to see another military coup myself but in the long run if I have to choose between these leeches and the Army, I won’t think twice about entertaining a military rule.

  14. 14 Maleeha
    June 18, 2008 at 10:27 am

    The country stands divided and forgotten amidst this rift between politicians, generals, and lawyers. If only Pakistan’s founders knew that their children and their children’s children would plunder the country they sacrificed so much for like this…

  15. 15 muhammed ansari
    June 19, 2008 at 2:13 am

    Media needs t be seriously accounted for, most of them are abusing there power, as for the economy i wont blame it on the govt it is a crises world over, the inflation in uk is tipped to top 4% ppl in america are growing crazy we wehere meant to feal the sting no matter who ever it was

  16. 16 muhammed ansari
    June 19, 2008 at 2:14 am

    and Malleha the founding fathers had islam in mind we seemed to have forgotten it completly

  17. June 19, 2008 at 10:11 am

    Mr 10% is aiming a little too high with his demands to give Nishan-e-Haider to the slain PPP chairperson. That is out of the question. Or perhaps this is just another one of his tricks-up-the-sleeve to win more hearts.

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