A Political Love…

Reflecting what is currently going on in the political scene of Pakistan. I want to share a picture from Daily Express. Have a look on the expressions of the Aged Man below… the way he is kissing Nawaz Sharif’s poster…. :)


Its indeed a very touching representation of how people are emotionally connected and still in love with their leaders.

On an extremely side note, I was just wondering: PPP walay can’t do that… :) Can thay? *wink*


7 Comments so far

  1. Babar (unregistered) on September 10th, 2007 @ 8:51 am

    Good point opee about PPP :)) Poor those.

    They contend themselve with lighting lamps for their leader with their blood.

  2. alibhae (unregistered) on September 10th, 2007 @ 11:04 am

    People are generally stupid. Stupid people love politicians who suck their blood and get fat like a common parasite.

  3. A for [pine]apple (unregistered) on September 10th, 2007 @ 1:27 pm

    Oh khudaya … haal hay koi :s

    Ishq na poochay zaat??

  4. Hasan Mubarak (unregistered) on September 10th, 2007 @ 1:53 pm

    lol! but they can alternatively choose Mr.Zardari, can’t they?

  5. MS (unregistered) on September 10th, 2007 @ 4:49 pm

    These people forgot what Nawaz Ghunda and his accomplices did to Pakistan during their government. How stupid is that.

  6. Asma Razzak (unregistered) on September 10th, 2007 @ 5:23 pm

    I admit that there have been some serious blunders made by the current government in the past 3 years. Things have been far better before 3 years and I had no problems living, surviving with Musharraf.

    The CJP issue is the biggest blunder that he had taken. He had no idea that people would respond so badly. They should have taken the public into confidence before taking up this step which they didn’t. I agree.

    But about Lal Masjid case. I wonder how would NS or BB would have responded to all this. This cannot be handled more amicably than how it was handled. Almost every Pakistani by at large accepts that those maulvi brothers were wrong. Plus the childish act of Aunty Maulana has proven it to the rest of the world as well. In this situation when they have captured up so many civilians which wanted to get out of their prison, the patience by the current government is appreciatable. Otherwise there could have been more serious bloodshed than it was now after weeks of patience. We have seen in the pictures, in the media and in presence even that how many brain’washed kids and women came out in batches and left the building. There were thousands inside. Which after repeated warnings. Repeated Alerts, Repeated Alarms, that please come out, u’ll be killed. Only 100 were left which indeed I believe they chose it themselves. There couldn’t be less patient way of handling that situation no matter which government it is. Army, civilian or whatever.

    Suicide bombings, killings have always been there. It is all around the world. Its even in India. Its in Sri Lanka. Speak of rest of the world, things carry forward by many brain-washed people who do it for a reason of their own. Some for money, some for fear, and MOSTLYYY by psychiatric problem. It cannot .. I repeat.. cannot be termed as a religious thing. Islam never promotes it. Its just that many misguided souls gets hit by some players who are playing with Pakistan, Islam and innocent lives of the young and confused.

    Suicide bombing and Laal masjid. Both can be risen with any government of Pakistan. So I don’t specifically term it as a blunder or a problem built up by Musharraf Regime specifically. But yes I have to admit that CJP case was mishandled. They should have come out in the media to tell the world first that we have some charges against this person how better we can handle it. Things were not handled as they should have been.

    Pakistani awaam is emotional, confused and innocent. Whatever media brings up to the public, they become serious and agree to their words. If they hadn’t supported CJP, I’m sure the problems wouldn’t have risen this big. But this is a different discussion.

  7. malaika rizwi (unregistered) on September 10th, 2007 @ 7:29 pm

    hmmm people are attached to their leaders but are the leaders loyal to their public??

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