Thursday, October 18, 2007

Do come back but don't blow up a God given chance yet again...

Miracle - yes but this time no fooling the innocent people please...
Allah has been so kind on you. I agree with you that it is a miracle. It indeed is. You are given yet another chance to lead. Now for God's sake don't blow it up. The government has helped you in so many different ways. People have come out in large numbers to greet you - whether hired or genuine is immaterial. But please do not fool around this time.

Do something for the people who love you. You talk of poor. But don't let poverty be their permanent destiny. If you mean to remove poverty then you have to start with land reforms. Are you prepared to address agricultural land reforms? You have to introduce land ceiling for which Pakistan is late by 60 years. You have to give up your lands. Feudalism will go. This will be like truely helping the poor. Are you ready to give that sacrifice so that it helps the poor in rural areas?

People say you will give them jobs. But how will you? Will merit will have a place? Will employment be generated by increasing employment by giving land to the landless, putting up industries and services or are you just going to appoint four instead of one in a job, thereby killing a thriving organisation. If you do that you will kill the economy. Expand opportunity, expand economy don't overload an existing opportunity.

If you are coming with a clear vision it is fine otherwise you will only be fooling the nation. Twice you have been removed for corruption and mismanagement. This time don't go down as the wife of a corrupt man. Now for God's sake let it not repeat. I wish the best for Pakistan and us including you.

2 comments:

Vidrohi said...

If you ask me, it appears that our politicians have completely lost any radical potential whatsoever. They can be relied upon any more to lead the nation out of poverty and misery. It is the job, nay responsibility, of those who realize to spread the word around.

Nice blog, by the way.

Anonymous said...

The victims of 18th Oct. blasts were lying helplessly in the hospitals of Karachi. MQM City Nazim began to carry out humanitarian services with his colleagues. Realizing that their party workers were being taken care by the people of other party, the leaders of PPP then began their humanitarian operations afterwards. The filthy rich leadership provided no compensation to the heirs of the dead party workers.