US Bombing in Waziristaan – I Protest!

Note: This is a spontaneous post and inspired by Ayesha Alam’s Coffee Party that I was listening to this morning on my way to office.

I am sure most of you must have heard about the sad news of 3 people killed and 8 missing in US bombing in Waziristaan yesterday. This has been happening for a long time and it seems government cannot do anything to stop it. We don’t even protest anymore which I think is the worst attitude a nation can have. Its like US are a God and can do whatever? I don’t think so!

One thing is for sure, government is NOT going to do anything and they will keep on doing whatever they are ordered. Sometimes I feel that people of Pakistan should ask US government to bear the expanses of our military and I am sure our tax can be used for a lot better options like health and education. Yeah, why not? After all, they do whatever is ordered, cannot protect our borders and anyone can come in and kill innocent people anytime. Just a thought.

There was another news I saw on Geo last night where a clown was announcing 5 caror for people who have died in Tribal Areas. No apology, no nothing and they called it collateral damage. How much money a human life worth? And you call it collateral damage? Bloody #$%$@!#!

So what can we do, if anything? You can ignore one voice, a hundred or even a thousand. But you cannot ignore a million united voices. Can you? So I will not sit back and hota hai yaar hum kia kar sakte hein. The least I can do is record my protest against my fellow countrymen for not raising their voice collectively, our rulers for being puppets and the US government for their double standards and killing innocent people in the name of war on terror. Yes sir, I Protest. How about you?

3 Comments so far

  1. Haroon (unregistered) on May 9th, 2006 @ 6:34 pm

    Who are you protesting against? The US bombing Waziristaan or Mushy for allowing them too?


  2. Qasim (unregistered) on May 10th, 2006 @ 7:47 pm

    bhai! police ke dande khane he kia? no point in protesting, this country is going nowhere at all. but clowns are nice :D. that is what they are


  3. zeeshan (unregistered) on May 12th, 2006 @ 12:19 am

    I heard Shaukat Aziz today sayig that poverty has been decreased upto 7% in Pakistan. I really don’t know who tells him such outragous things.

    Please dont refer to them as clowns. Clowns are nice people as they bring smile on sad faces



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