30
Jun
08

Pakistan At War – A Theatrical Ploy!

A peace deal with the likes of Taliban is futile. It has not worked in the past and it can not work in the present circumstances either. It was a matter of time when the democratic government of Pakistan, threw back the responsibility on the shoulders of Pakistan Army.

Pakistan is at War ladies and gentlemen! But then again, it has been for quite some time now, in case you did not notice!

I’m sorry but wasn’t it this very government that was against the ‘answer bullet by a bullet’ approach in the first place? Aren’t the same people who chanted about peace and dialogue now taking a back seat and have given empowering control to the Chief of Army Staff, General Kiyani?

Why?

Don’t you democratic people have any thing up your sleeve to resolve this matter any differently than the President was trying to do for the past few years? Or have you really gone as low and shallow as putting the military in the fore-front and divulging yourself from all responsibility whatsoever?

The recent decision to give control back to the Armed forces has not only exposed the weak infrastructure of the coalition government, but has also proved once and for all that those in power are more concerned with their personal gains and the yearning for revenge than seriously addressing a matter of national security.

Nawaz is dreaming of being the Prime Minister again by ousting Musharraf. He has nothing but the hell bent will of a leech to suck the country and its people dry by siding with a politically motivated lawyer movement and promoting rage and anger amongst Pakistanis. Zardari wants to hear Jiye Bhutto echoing from the very walls of the Presidency. The lawyers might as well shed off their black coats because it has been quite some time since they have done any thing related to upholding the law or presenting the needful in courts. They should either form a political party of their own, or at least make idols out of Iftikhar and Aitezaz and start worshiping them with blind folds and high quality ear-plugs on.

Who cares about Taliban and that they are advancing towards the provincial capital? No one. So you do what you politicians know best to do. Put the weight on the Army so that when things screw up, you can show the world and your stupid sympathizers that hey, our hands were clean all along. It was the wretched and evil army that actually is to blame. Then seduce our oh so innocent masses through an oh so patriotic media and try to get yet another COAS thrown out, only to be replaced by a new one.

Kargil revisited! Convenient isn’t it?

Not only is the might of the military being fully used, but at the same time, the coalition government is trying its best to put the mask of a ‘purely civilian law-enforcement action’!

The current operation of ‘cleansing’ Peshawar and its suburbs from these insurgents is nothing more than a played up ploy to please the Americans. NATO has been disappointed for quite some time now over how loose a hand Islamabad has given to Taliban. United States has been mounting immense pressure lately as well. In the light of failed talks, the inability of the government to effectively mediate a peace deal, and the pressure from a super-power, our politicians have done exactly what they are notorious for: Use the Army. Mr. Rehman Malik needs to have him self evaluated by a shrink! How does this operation deserve the civil law enforcement tag when the Chief of Army Staff has been given all-in-all control. Who are you kidding Mr. Malik?

We are at war, there is no question about it. But this particular show of force is only to make Washington smile at Pakistan a bit more and pat Islamabad on the head and say, ‘good boy’!

Right! Sure. Absolutely!

It’s probably too hard for the government in Islamabad to confess their failures lest they get a backlash from the media that laps their hand right now. Don’t you worry though. This media seems to be loyal if you have paid it well… irregardless of what you do.

Now that Mehsud has declared that the peace talks stand suspended, we can expect another string of panic and chaos in major cities… just like before. And the bulk of casualties, I assure you, will be our Armed Forces. The very tyrants whom you hate. The very brutal, inhuman, and unpatriotic bunch of goons in uniform who for God knows what reason have decided to put themselves in harms way just so you can sleep in peace, only to wake up next morning and organize a long march against them.

THIS is what and who a Pakistani soldier fights to defend these days Ladies and Gents!

Such a pity…

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10 Responses to “Pakistan At War – A Theatrical Ploy!”


  1. 1 Mudassar
    June 30, 2008 at 4:45 pm

    Good artcile..Fauzan.

    This is the very hypocritic nature of our so called “heroes” and champions of democracy.

    Now when the time requires unity as Pakistan faces big challenges, these “democratic” leaders can ONLY see the issue of Judges and Impeachment of Musharaf.

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  2. 2 Kermit
    June 30, 2008 at 6:47 pm

    This is a slap on the face of our hypocrite leaders who don’t have the balls to stand to the challenge when the time comes. After all their anti-army chanting they have turned to them and are now using them to please their masters. And don’t any one say now that Army is acting on its own. This so called action plan was approved by the new government. So if any one is to be blamed it has to be the government and not army. They wasted precious time in talking with the Taliban while they regrouped and now a provincial capital is under threat. Never in my life had I thought I would see this day.

  3. July 1, 2008 at 2:44 pm

    Under no circumstance Pakistani Govt should hold peace talks with Taliban they are nutcases, they must be dealt the way they deserve, we should unleash all our weapon on them, so that we could have secure future for future generations

  4. July 1, 2008 at 11:59 pm

    I believe it’s an all out plan to defame and weaken the army, create chaos in the country by hurtling crises at it from every direction, then “attacking a nuclear armed unstable nation to neautralize it’s nukes” or rather try to gain access to China.

    Nicely written!

  5. 5 lestat
    July 2, 2008 at 8:29 am

    Rightly said Fauzan. The decision to give the FC and army the right to conduct such operations in Pakitan’s North West MUST come in the form of a public declaration by the parliment and the current government. If not so then the outcry from the civil masses will be yet another lal masjid fiasco where Army will get all the blame. Enough has been learned from experience to avoid this trap.

  6. 6 Sharmeen
    July 2, 2008 at 9:02 am

    What Pakistan lacks is a proper vision and a strong federal government that does not bow to US. Our ambassador in Pakistan acts like he is on the White House payroll himself! Not once did he even indirectly condemn the US bombing that killed our soldiers. I ask why? This government is more pro-bush than ever before. National interests are being held at stake and the most prominent and strongest hurdle in the path towards achieving a destabalized Pakistan: The Pakistan Army is slowly being demoralized by hate campaigns and wrongful accusations. If this continues, NWFP wiill spin out of control and we might as well see another arm of Pakistan severed like East Pakistan.

  7. 7 paki-r3b3l
    July 2, 2008 at 10:20 am

    http://paktribune.com/news/index.shtml?202668

    Lashkar-e-Islam’s leader Mangal Bagh has offered peace talks to government.

    I say screw that! Bomb them more until they are crippled and broken. If we have to talk these B******* then it should be on OUR terms and our terms only!

  8. July 21, 2008 at 4:47 pm

    Very interesting blog, i have added it to my fovourites, greetings

  9. August 18, 2008 at 12:48 am

    The greatest enemy of Pakistan are its people themselves. It is they who voted for bhutto and Mujib in 1971…a vote that broke Pakistan into 2….Now they have voted again…this time for Ex Congress supporters, pro Indian Politicians and Traitor of Kargill……..This time the want Pakistan to be broken into more pieces…but Inshallah it won’t…not this time.

    With such a populace..the next time India attacks…Pakistan army should simply sit by in barracks and ask these voting populace to go defend Pakistan Frontiers…Such a thankless and undeserving people do not deserve such a great country..such a great Army and for that matter..such a Great Founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah.


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