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by: Amaan Tareen

Recently events in Pakistan have unveiled the direction of where the country is heading to, the atmosphere of uncertainty is now at the Government’s end as different factions have decided to send the government to pavilion. Military started the Operation Zarb E Azb to eliminate terrorism aiming that there will be no Militant Group left behind in the Country. As Army began targeting  the Militant Hideouts in North Waziristan, some Political Parties are welcoming and some are mourning over it, showing displeasure over the on-going Military Operation as usual.

Imran Khan’s Political Career:

Imran Khan’s Politics has no future ever since the Military Operation in NW has started, Imran Khan’s Cousins (TTP) are in trouble as his mass confusion campaign against Army & in support of Taliban will end with the end of this Operation, also his pack of lies he spread will be exposed soon.

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Now he has started a new drama of threatening the Govt that if his demands will not be met so he will come out on streets against the rigging in Elections 2013, if he is that serious about protesting against the rigging then at first place he along with his MNA’s should resign from All Provincial & National Assemblies and then talk.(Which he dont want to, afterall who loves to give up on VIP Culture)

He thinks he is smart? No he is not. Nation will not let him fool them this time. As they have decided not to trust the man, who does not have any moral value, has no practical approach, talks rubbish, commits and then backs out.

14 August March in Islamabad:

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Now let’s come to the point that what Imran Khan is planning for 14th August, 2014?

He knows that every Pakistani comes out on streets on 14th August to celebrate Independence Day, now Khan Sb wants to take advantage of this situation and is planing to own all those people out there as his PTI Worker protesting against the rigging just to give an impression that he has street power, in reality no body gives jack to what he thinks or say.

 

A large chunk of his supporters are still unsure about Khan’s call for Long March on 14th August, 2014 as they believe, their leader is confused about his motives, so are they!

How Khan wants to benefit from Grand Alliance?

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He knows that momentum paced up against the PMLN Govt by Sunni Ittehad Council, Faisal Raza Abidi, MWM, TUQ, PMLQ and Sheikh Rasheed over the past years is going to be decisive this time, so finally Mr. Khan has also decided to come out on streets following the trend and seeing the prospects of the sitting Government to go home.

Khan’s Notion correlates to what we normally say in urdu ;

Ungli Katwa Kar Shaheedoun Mein Naam Likhwana

What it has for General (R) Pervez Musharraf?

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President Musharraf is  probably the only man who  stands tall today, as whatever  he did during his tenure  turned out to be right and time  has proved that all the pack of  lies that Imran Khan spread  against him had no truth in  them. General Musharraf who  returned to Pakistan last year  in March and faced the biased  Judiciary, Politically  Motivated Cases against him is  all set to get free as time has  proven all the allegations  leveled against him were  fabricated by his rivals, to  malign his image publicly. He  will come out clean from all  these Courts as he all his  actions were taken in favor of  the state.

I will be out on 13th  August to  save Pakistan  but not  to help  anyone  accomplish his  Political Motive InshahAllah!

 

Message for the readers is, support the State, it’s Interests and not any Individual and his Interests. Get united for the future of Pakistan and not for the future of any Political Party. Future of Pakistan is bright only if people realize that state need their loyalty  not individuals. Join hands with each other and hope that “It’s the Final Count Down” for this corrupt regime.

Pakistaniyat Zindabad, Pakistan Paindabad!


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Over the past 4 years people of intellect and reason have been constantly battling the befuddled and blinded masses who follow the slogan of freedom and democracy without even knowing what it stands for. For them, democracy means “freedom to do whatever they want after they come into power” instead, what they should be thinking about is that democracy is just another form of dictatorship, specifically tailored to the tyrant’s needs to keep a people “happy” in their enslavement.

In the ensuing months and years after which the PPP had come into power back in 2008, Pakistan saw the worst of corruption it has ever witnessed in its 66 years of history. Although one can also present an equally strong argument about the corruption and incompetence of the current prime minister of Pakistan, the point stands that as long as lordship and land-owner mafia remain strong, Pakistan will never see the light of day.

The people of Pakistan often more than not go after something that is illusionary and short-lasting, lacking insight and vision severely, our nation has been plagued by this disease since we had come into existence. We have been continuously bombarded with disappointment after disappointment, fake “leaders”, opportune “leaders”, “Islamist leaders”, you name it; everything is on the table.

The problem isn’t only with the people themselves, but also in the people who claim to be their leaders. In a brutalization of the system, these so called leaders only exploit the name of good father Muhammad Ali Jinnah and his strive to make Pakistan the greatest “Bulwark of Islam” and the most robust and active nation on Earth by giving it the gift of Pakistan. They do this by cheap slogans of “freedom and fraternity” or “housing, shelter, and food” all to gain a few more morsels of power on the seat of Islamabad.

However, people tend to think that the problem is outside themselves as well: another anathema worth annihilating from their minds. They think themselves either perfect or innocent of the charge of treason-against, lying, betraying, delusional thinking, and stabbing Pakistan in the back. In the most recent election, more than 300 people lost their lives in Karachi alone, while the rest of the country’s murders are unaccounted for. This crime, unbeknownst to the people of Pakistan, is on their hands. By refusing reason, opting to follow treacherous, criminal law designed to enslave them through an outdated system (democracy), they have proved once again that they still have not yet come out of this state of shock and surprise, either that, or they are brutally ignorant of the things happening in and around their country.

It is then no surprise that even the outsiders like Mr. Declan Walsh are openly advocating breaking Baluchistan away from Pakistan on the behest of the American government. His most recent article in the guardian outlines and enforces nothing but lies and propaganda on which the Baluchistan campaign has been built upon.

People like these and more are now in the open completely set loose upon Pakistan and its good citizens (who strive every day in hopes of redeeming themselves one day as a living and vibrant nation which (in my opinion also) deserves a full chance of being independent from outside influence and showing the world what it can truly do once set free from outside influences and focuses only on what its founding fathers, and true leaders have set in motion) all because a few “wise” nutcases in Islamabad decided that it was a good idea to let the country go to the dogs when it is under complete and total collapse and a state of anarchy and chaos which stems from a war which has spilled over from Afghanistan directly into Pakistan.

The right thing to do at this point for Pakistan is to admit its mistake, and work towards building stronger characters who are unflinching in their resolve, bravest in the world, and tougher than “Valerian Steel.”


Typical PTI lover's Reaction reading positve criticism on PTI

Typical PTI lover’s Reaction reading positive criticism on PTI

Biggest problem in Pakistan’s Society is that, we find blaming and questioning others work quite amusing, making fun of others has become our National Sport. As a Responsible Citizen of Pakistan I believe that one should not question anyone’s loyalty if he is not sure of himself and that too without knowing their intentions.

Unfortunately, People in Pakistan judge others character by their liking and disliking. We bully everyone we think is not favoring to our ears and eyes, which is one big reason why we have not produced Iconic Personalities/Leaders in last 66 Years as much as other Countries/Nations have produced. Even after 66 Years we are not acting as a Nation but group of people forcefully sharing the same land and that is why we are still far behind from the Nations that came into existence way after us. Raising questions on others is very easy but it takes a lot of courage to work and keep things straight.

I had been posting different material since morning I admit most of them were against one Party but that’s what most of you had been doing for over months now. Aren’t you? So why it caused you so much pain when someone posted something that you didn’t like. I would like to point out PTI Fans particularly who had been bullying me since morning. I am not one of them to give up on anything so soon. What keeps me moving is not one man or his attracting slogans but a Mission in Life. Mission is greater than any personality and that’s what I learn from the Life of The Great Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah. This is what our Pakistanis need to understand. Pakistan was made by Quaid-e-Azam, as soon as he died our enemies claimed that Pakistan will not be able to sustain for more than 6 months and will come back to India but nothing like that happened. Sixty five Years have passed,  we are growing and we’re moving, we exist and we will remain on the face of earth as long as we are destined.My point of telling you all this is to make you all understand that do not follow personalities but follow their Mission.

Meanwhile people were out on roads Protesting without being so sure for what they were going out there, I gathered and submitted several applications/videos of rigging to the Election Commission of Pakistan without any discrimination within Political Parties.

I posted material against MQM/PTI and MQM friends didn’t respond like the way PTI Fans did, not all of them but some of them. I have a lot of Friends who are PTI supporters and they had been agreeing to me on all this and I know they’ll bereading this but what I really liked about them was they supportedand disagreed both gracefully which I really liked.  All PTI Fans are not same, there are some really great people that I know and I met. I am addressing those PTI Fans who attack without realizing that they’re doing wrong to others.

Whenever I see them doing all this to the people who disagree with PTI Policies I realize that I was so damn right about PTI,based on my personal judgment and with the help of some good advisors that I am blessed with and above all Guidance of Allah. I stopped supporting PTI for good because I felt they’re too blind, they’re deaf and their eyes are completely shut from the reality. Healthy & Productive Criticism is good as it at least helps me improve and I certainly cannot help those who want me to become another “YES MEN” like them.

Stop judging others when you yourself have no clue of what other person stands for. Calling someone sold out, calling him with different names, questioning his affiliations and bullying him for his views and that too for no good reason doesn’t make you any different from those who always made fun of the people who stood up in the history and their own people made funof them, but history tells us that such daring people ended up setting a history and no one know their critics today. Your discouragement adds more passion in me, motivates me more. People who’ll remain in dark will not only do injustice to themselves but also to their generations. Stop me if you can from doing good and I’ll not stop but I’ll definitely help you seek the right way whenever you need without thinking how ignorant you were towards me as this is what our World and Religion both teaches us Tolerance, Respect and Humanity.

With the help of Like Minded People I will continue my Mission I will continue spreading awarenessamong the masses. Those who’ll learn something out of that, I consider the job done and those who’ll continue staying in the state of denial will remain where they are. Choice is yours and the process of learning is mutual so I get to learn a lot from all of you as I am not some Mr. Perfect here!!

I have seen PTI supporters comparing Imran Khan with Quaid-e-Azam. Trust me you offend millions like me by doing that. Without getting into the details let me share you one major difference between Imran Khan and Quaid-e-Azam. Quaid-e-Azam made a Nation and then assigned them the mission on contrary Imran Khan created a vote bank andnot a Nation and if you think making his vote bank was his making of Nation then you are completely wrong. Quaid-e-Azam never asked for a vote to come into power and then make a Nation but for a creation of a Country on contrary Imran Khan asked for a vote to bring his Party into power and then make a Nation for a Country. Totally Opposite (I know you will raise questions, how could he do that before coming into power, so the answer is same way like the Great Quaid did. Complete the first step of making Nation and then follow the other steps).

Last but not the least I work for Pakistan, I don’t work for any Political Party and even if you will judge me with that, I’ll give up on you as helpless case. For me it will always be Pakistan First !! 🙂

May Allah show us all the right path and keep those on who already have it !!

Signing Off,

Amaan Tareen.

You can reach me directly at amaantareen@gmail.com to share your feedback . Don’t think I am PML-N paid blogger or in your thesaurus a “Noora


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October 31, 2010

A lot of people after reading this may assume as If I am projecting something against my own society and this may cause damage to our image Globally but I think this is a need of time that we need to correct ourselves as it’s a “ Do or Die “ situation for us. The root cause of all our major problems in Pakistan are self made sociocultural values and all these aspects of human life are intermingled ,deficient of all these we are not worthy to be called a nation, but just a group of people occupying some land.

Today after looking at most of the problems in our society I feel that we are not heading towards the moral values, vision of the Perfect Society that we had 1400 years ago. We are in a state of confusion, are we suffering from intellectual repression? As a nation we are morally dead and this is the bitter truth, the worse that can happen to any nation. We have always forgotten the lessons taught to us by the history, we posses capability to rediscover our Patriotism to rebuild a Nation.

We have become a chronic complainer and an aggressive critic of the rampant corruption in the bureaucracy, unclear foreign policy, bribery and government inefficiency. But how about us? Are we morally upright? We also have the same weakness and the same petty quarrels that existed between our leaders. After the gruesome and barbaric Sialkot incident, I deduced that we have no the right to criticize the evil in the government, because we just watched, while these people freely committing a crime in a maniacal and monstrous way, there are hundreds of people who are loosing their lives in Pakistan but we seem less bothered about them.  A Muslim by Religion is killing his fellow Muslim Brother/Sister and we are doing nothing except acting as a silent Spectator of all these events that happening right in front of our eyes. There is no doubt that we love to criticize Western Nations for their grieve violation of Human rights and yet we could not even make a stand nor we could show sympathy at least to those who were victimized. We all have suffered a moral decay. We have remained stagnant, we cease to signify as the masses that could break the past and challenge the establishment, rebuilding the society, acting rather than talking.

We want good politicians but we do not have a right political culture the political structure of dictatorship have not been completely transformed and even if we are aware of all these facts, we always voted for the wrong choice,  without knowing the true essence and power of our right of suffrage, but voted for them because we felt that that was a right choice to be made. We criticize our Armed Forces but still we want them to save us from our enemies, we want them to come in power and save us from the corrupt politicians but as soon as they leave, we branded them traitors or dictators. We want honest people to come forward but we always fail because we do not have a strong and credible political system that can bring good people to the front, or we do not know how to identify their existence. We want someone to take the lead but again we have a ridiculous credibility issues, and highest level of mistrust, or we try to find some controversy related to them we always have a “crab mentality”. So, we can pull them down and preventing them to perform their duty of serving the people.

We need change but first it should come from within us. We have to be faithful to our historical aspirations and experience, rooted as it were, in our realistic demands; we are in many ways and under changing circumstances, still waging a struggle for change. But Always remember that;

To bring the change you have to change FIRST!

We want our rights, but we fail to identify what those rights are. We often make complaints about the issues but we never try to figure out the actual reasons behind such issues. We want revolution in the country but we do not realize that

“ The revolution is not an apple that falls when it is ripe. You have to make it fall ” – Che Guevara 

We cease to abide within the precept of Islam the way the Prophet (P.B.U.H) admonished us. All of these chaos and miseries will not end as long as we do not remain faithful. I believe that Allah has already given us the direction; it’s only up to us to articulate our faith and follow that direction. If you have no idea on how to overcome all this, then read the Quran thoroughly to understand the purpose for the creation of Pakistan , only then you will come to know why we came into being and why  despite all the hardship and torments we are still safe, The lyrics of our National Anthem also reverberates that purpose.

We emerged as a nation under the great leadership of Quaid-e-Azam; we were conceived from the mind of Allama Muhammad Iqbal a great philosopher of the east. Today, we have our own leaders to whom we like and to whom we are ready to defend but not those who helped us get liberated from the Dark Rule of Great Britain and Indians, we are always up for responding to any allegation on our Favorite Politician just because we like them and we defame others to whom we don’t like. I see a lot of people have forgotten about their greatness and that is why we let every Pakistani Politician play with the Name and Vision of The Great Quaid and Iqbal. Few years have passed PPP Co-Chairman and President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari called Quaid-e-Azam a Non-Graduate” what happened to our national aspiration then? Where our National Integrity and Possessive Attitude go when such radicalizing statements comes out from the people who have no public standing? Why do we only protest and react when a Politician of our choice gets radicalized? Just because we like them? And we agree to what he says no matter he is right or wrong but we opt to defend him, why? Because from the core, we ourselves are equally corrupt, we may go out of the way to defend the Politician we like but not to those who laid the Foundations of this Land and made a Nation before putting any demands? At such instances where goes our Historical, Political and Cultural Awareness?

We should have demanded President Zardari to apologize for using inappropriate words for the founder of the Nation, but we didn’t neither did any of us came out on road. All this doesn’t end here as we do not dare to stop it when that should be and later keep regretting for not doing what we were supposed to do. We always forget that the Nations that forget their real heroes will cease to exist for long. We all should be vigilant in every circumstances that compel, confused aggravate or twist our heroes character or open them to dangerous and self-serving opportunists. There are necessary evils, some done deliberately but with regret, sometimes without. But there are also plain betrayals for selfish ends which are not only unforgettable but unforgivable. We have to take charge of our destiny to free ourselves from the clout of Imperialism and from all the vestiges of oppressions and to take pride in our historical heritage. One does not need to be wealthy and highly educated to identify with the change that we want to achieve. We are all in these together. Together we can act different possibilities, a consolidated power in re-establishing our identity of being Pakistani and to participate in rebuilding our beloved Nation. A Nation, moving forward, armed with Faith, posses Discipline and equipped with Unity! Pakistan Zindabad!

Closing Remarks:

Before you finish reading this, I would like to make one thing clear that this piece of writing is my personal opinion on different on-going matters; my intentions are not to demoralize anyone or deliberately target any segment of the society. The sole purpose of sharing this write up with you all is to share my view and to get some intellectual feedback from you all. The image used represents the “CHUNK” of Pakistani society that has become dead from inside that no one and nothing can wake them up from this deadly sleep of insensitivity. This is my little effort as an individual, as a media person, as a proud Pakistani to at least try and make a difference. I will continue writing more and more and will continue doing work that I believe can bring the real Change in us First and then in our Society. Long Live PAKISTAN !!!


For 50 years Hakim Mohammad Said and his small family used the washroom in the veranda of their modest but large house. He hardly ever spent money on the pre-partition building’s renovation – not that he had a liking for the old architecture. The progressive man simply thought such work would be a wasteful expenditure.
“Oh! So you have got the money to buy new furniture. Please, donate it to the Hamdard Foundation, we need it more there,” reminisced Sadia Rashid, his only daughter, about a conversation she had on the matter with her father.

“Hakim saheb would have been really angry if he were alive and saw the changes we have made in the house to give it a modern look,” she told The Express Tribune as she pointed to their new attached bathrooms, built by extending the rooms. But many things have not changed. The old wooden windows with high-up vents are still intact.
Born on January 9, 1920, in Delhi, Hakim Said was brought up in a traditional household. He learned Arabic, Persian, Urdu, English and studied the Holy Quran. As his forefathers had been associated with the herbal medicine business, he decided to take this treatment to new heights.

He moved to Pakistan in 1948 with his wife and daughter. They rented a room for Rs12 a month where he started the practice of Tibb. “Now I realise that he was a disciplined man. Probably that is why he was so strict,” Sadia mused.

As the only daughter and accustomed to a better lifestyle in India, Sadia took some time to adjust. “I remember the first day of school. I was being choosy about the clothes and screamed. Hakim saheb was reading the newspaper and said loudly, ‘What is [going on] here?’ I guess that was the day when being picky about clothes became least important to me.”

Hakim Said was a devout Muslim who would get up in middle of the night to offer prayers. He would recite the Quran and fast whenever he could. Yet, he did not impose his beliefs on others. “We used to go to all sort of parties, even those where alcohol was served,” she recalled, adding that her father thought it was a person’s own responsibility to refine their character.

Money was something about which Hakim Said was especially particular. Even when Sadia started accompanying him on foreign trips, he never let her buy clothes there. “I used to buy books. Brought back whole suitcases filled with [them]. But that was it. Shopping for all the other things was prohibited.”

“A white sherwani and kurta were his trademark attire. I don’t know why he used to wear the same clothes. But once he told me that it helped save time as there was no need to make a choice.”

Even when he became the governor of Sindh in 1993, Hakim Said did not move into the state residence. “He was entertaining patients even then. Most of the day, he was busy and sat with the family only at dinner.”

After practising Tibb for a few years, Hakim Said set up Hamdard Dawakhana and started manufacturing herbal medicines. Soon he converted it into a trust, sending the profits to philanthropic work. Hakim Said also taught Sadia the importance of keeping a record of the money being spent, something that helps her today as she heads the multi-billion rupee Hamdard Foundation. One of his greatest achievements was having Eastern medicine recognised at the UN as an alternate way of treating illnesses. He set up a college, which offered degrees in herbal medicine. When health minister General Burki of the Field Marshal Ayub Khan regime tried to ban Eastern medicine, Hakim Said took the protest to the people, recalls Masood Ahmed Barkati, the long time editor of Urdu-language Naunehal children’s magazine of the Hamdard Foundation.

“General Burki used to say that eastern medicine and homeopathy were quackery,” he said. “Hakim Said started writing in the newspapers, organised conferences and lobbied hard. Ultimately, Ayub Khan had to pass a law legalising eastern medicine.”

Barkati said that Hakeen Said paid especial attention to Naunehal, reading every draft before publication. “He used to say that today’s children will be tomorrow’s leaders.”

Hakeem Said was fond of Urdu poets and concerned about their financial woes. “Literary figures like Ahmed Chugtai, Ahmed Hamdani, Qamar Hashmi, Nazeer Siddiqui and Qayum Rahi all worked for Hamdard publications at one time or another. He used to hire every educated person.”

Barkati said that Hakim Said did not accumulate wealth. “He did not buy any property. He was always busy trying to find right the professionals for Hamdard University.”

Sadia started working for her father in 1981. “If you want a stake in Hamdard, then work for it,” she recalled him as saying. “I use to sit with three other girls at a small desk. Then gradually, I moved on to learn other things and was made executive coordinator.”

Sadia lost her father on October 17 in 1998 when he was shot at Arambagh Road. “He was wearing the same white clothes, had a tasbeeh in his hand and some books.” He died as he had lived

Article Source : Express Tribune

Closing Notes:

Sometimes I feel sorry for my Nation that produced real heroes and these heroes have no recognition or respect ” They come and they Go ” and nobody in Pakistan cares for them and their commendable work for Pakistan. Recently, when Steve Jobs DIED, I saw people literally crying their heart out over his death like babies do. Are we so MORALLY dead or why are we turning into a WANNABEEISH Crowd that follows a trend/culture/life style that is not their and belongs to WEST. Can we even pay a single tribute to such men who
did outstanding work for billions of human and we only feel sorrow on the death of someone who just improved communication so we can grab our I-Phones and show them to our friends, THATS IT?

Did we ever tried to find out how Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah died, who killed Nawabzada Liaqat Ali Khan (Shaheed-e-Millat), why we lost the war in 1971, Why East Pakistan became Bangladesh, Why Kashmir is still occupied by Indian Forces, Why we had to defend Russian Forces in Afghanistan (What was their objective of their war with Afghanistan), Why there is no accountability to all those men who are harming the sovereignty of Pakistan/ breaking the Constitution of Pakistan. All what we know is ” STEVE JOBS R.I.P “, just because this is how we see WEST paying tribute to their heroes.

Last but not least, I came across this song that portrays exactly where we stand today as a Nation and reflects the “Beyghairat Attitude ” of ours and least concern towards our own Problems.

Today I feel shame calling my self a ” Pakistani ” no doubt we are turning into a ” Beyghairat Brigade “. In the end I would like to say ” Pakistan ka Khuda hee Hafiz hai ”

Pakistan Zindabad !


Pakistani Nation that gathers for Jalsas and Dharnas but not for Revolution

Tum kya Inquilaab Inquilaab kartay ho
Inquilaab se he tau tum dartay ho !

Jahalat pe datay rehtay ho,
Kyun nahi apne aap ko durust karte ho

Kabhi Kisi ka bhala kiya tumne,
jo dosre se bhalayi ki umeed rakhtay ho?

Mayussi mein jakray rehtay ho,
Kabhi mayuusi ko dour karne ka irada bhe kartay ho?

Mohsino ko ahsaan faramosh kardetay ho,
syed mohammad ki azmat ko salaam bhe kartay ho?

Har kisi ko bura bhala kehtay ho,
kya apna giribaan pe bhe nazar rakhtay ho?

Buraya tau tum sar-e-aam kartay ho,
Kya khuda se bhe dartay ho ?

Agar nahi hain in sub ka khayal,
Tau tum kya inquilaab inquilaab kartay ho

Composed & Written by:
 Amaan Tareen

 

Sign Off Note:

Revolution would come ONLY if we all will realize our INDIVIDUAL responsibility as Responsible Citizens of Pakistan ” – Amaan Tareen.


 Everyday I get up, I  see alot of text  messages in  my  mobile inbox, which I hardly get time to read, I  hardly get time to  inform my family  about where I am and  when I will be going  back to home and I  wonder how much  time does these people  have, so that they  spend so much time in  writing these  long text  messages that have no  impact on people who  unfortunately read  them. Most of  them  are against the    government and their    policies, the system,    establishment,  Americans, Zionist Agenda and  what not  but these  critics can  only send  or forward  the text  messages that they  receive from some  source, without any  confirmation they  forward these  messages to thousands  of their friends.

Last morning I saw this message,

Mr.10% has assets over 2.5 trillion US$ in his Swiss Accounts, Wake Up Pakistan and fight against these corrupt Politicians, let’s protest against them and forward this message to as many people as you may know, everyone should know the reality.

Worse thing about these messages is the fact that they all are full of emotions and no practical solution, these sort of messages force increase frustration but again you need someone to guide you and you do not find one, hence disappointment.

Same year I started a campaign against when American Spy Raymond Davis who was freed and let go by Pakistani Authorities, I called upon each and every single person I knew to come and join all those who were out there protesting against that unfair trial and only 15 people showed up. The thing that I do not understand that if only putting the blame on authorities is just something that we know then why don’t we try start doing something on our own or help those who are already doing something.

I agree one way or the other the blame goes on the Authorities, but have we ever tried to evaluate ourselves and do we realize what is our responsibility being a citizen of Pakistan. Why don’t we try to do something on our own. I am among those people who forward these messages and update statuses on my Facebook and also keep a track on each one of these people and also observe the general behaviour of these Che Guerreros but when it comes on doing something practical, I do not sit back home, while these Che Guerreros are sitting in their rooms or partying outside. I do whatever I can do but how long this ” One Man Show ” will go on? Is it only responsibility of people like Imran Khan to come forward and activate these sleepy sheeps or are they ever going to get up from their peaceful sleep?

Are we ever going to become torch bearers of Pakistan’s Future or we will expect the same Politicians to hold the power corridors and play musical chair that I see happening in my opinion over three decades now.

Now is the time that people like Imran Khan expect same people to come forward and start awaking these people and politically correct them if they are not well awared of or someone will have to spoon feed them again like a 1 year old baby. The best they can do is to aware the people around them and if they think they are filled up with filth in their minds so they better keep themselves inside the cage of hopelessness(their head), and at least do not discourage those who are at least doing something.

They blame Army, they blame Intelligence, they think Imran Khan is one man show, they think Pervez Musharraf was a jack ass, they think Army has ruined the future of Pakistan, they post anti-state statuses on their face books, they post links that are written by some stupid journalists that have certain agenda in their hands to perform and make their opinion on such baseless crap, they have no understanding about the propaganda campaign that is going against Pakistan,it’s Army, Intelligence & Nuclear Program they are ignorant towards the misery that their ” Political Jokers ” have brought to this Country whose “D” they hold in their hands in the name of so-called ” Democracy in Pakistan “.

If Democracy is what they want in Pakistan then it should be implemented with all it’s constituents or else they better shall stop singing  rap song of ” We want Democracy in Pakistan ” and stop behaving like  ” Jack Asses “.

Sometimes I see a clear contradiction in their actions and words when it comes to propose some practical solution in taking out Pakistan from current State of Chaos.

When you start debating with them, their reaction is quite obvious, they will start abusing Military Rulers without knowing the fact that all the infrastructure of Pakistan was made by all these Military rulers, which has been eaten up by their nominated Democrats.

Last but not least, if you cannot encourage someone from doing good, so at least do not discourage those who are trying to work sincerely, this process might take some time but change and revolution never comers over night and you certainly have to pay the price, sacrifice and untiring effort as a NATION not only as one man standing.

Best these Che Guerreros can do is to nominate the best man for Pakistan and if they cannot go out on streets, cant protest, think they are too sissy to take a hit of some SOTI(stick) in their back so they should come outside of their homes and aware people to cast their vote for the right man, get themselves registered for the votes, help others register and spread positivity among the people they know and give out hope instead of spreading misery.

Mind it ” Pakistan is here to stay ” so be a Proud Pakistani and spread Pakistaniyat across the Globe. One day all these efforts will bring the CHANGE that we all look upto. There is no force that can destroy Pakistan except it’s own people who do not realize the importance of this piece of land that we were given.

Disclaimers:

  • Whatever I have written here is not to discourage anyone but to give a wake up call to all those who are going to read this and might be enjoying the luxuries that this country has given and still are mostly found complaining about not being given anything in return.
  • In this article I am sharing all those real life experiences that I had with most of the Youth Organizations of Pakistan, which we think are the final HOPE.
  • I am open for criticism but if they are based on the facts and not based on some home cooked stories, represent some brainwashed mindset and are intended to correct me if I am wrong at any point. Pakistan Zindabad !!!

Sincerely//Amaan Tareen.