Petrol Bomb and Tonga

What the hek! I was in such a good mood until I saw this terrible news in Seargent balloon # 4‘s post. Petrol prices increased again and now we have to pay 56+ for one litre. #@$@$@$@$^&^%. That’s it I am selling my car and buying a Tonga like the one in this picture.
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Source: PakPositive and picture taken by Ali

Benefits, it doesn’t need petrol and I can earn some extra cash whenever I go out. I am sure I will find many people on my way to and from work everyday who would love to pay me something for lift in a Tonga like this. It doesn’t have AC though but I will figure out something ;).

On a serious note though, what a bloody thing that we allow (because we ‘ve become so indifferent?) governments to do whatever they want and dont even protest. Awaam ki aisi ki taisi. Something must be done to send a clear message to our Dictator Sahab and those people sitting in their comfortable AC offices, who use sarkaari (government) transports whose petrol is paid from our tax money. The people who come on TV and say bakwaas (shit) that increase in petrol price won’t affect common man and give all kind of excuses that there is nothing they can do. If they can’t, they should packup and go home. They always find money to spend on that huge army of wazeers and musheers (ministers and advisors) and how much of our Tax money is spend on those MNA’s and MPA’s and their allowances? What exactly they give us in return?

There has to be a way to do something, atleast raising your voice properly? Please suggest anything you have in mind. How can we do a meaningful protest? Say something before they put tax on the air we breathe. Show some signs of life, please!.

2 Comments so far

  1. Omar (unregistered) on October 1st, 2005 @ 12:15 pm

    haha, and i am getting myself a rickshaw. its faster. Protest, not sure if it can work here in Pakistan


  2. do number (unregistered) on October 1st, 2005 @ 4:47 pm

    Don’t ask me, I’m already dead!



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