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A letter from Benazir Bhutto to Asif Zardari

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From
Benazir Bhutto
Heavenly Villas
Straight Road

To
Asif Ali Zardari
President of Pakistan
Co Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party
Islamabad
Pakistan

My Dear husband (Asif Zardari aka Khapay)

I was not able to sleep for the past few weeks for no apparent reason. I spend most of the nights tossing and turning in my beautiful king size bed. You will not believe that my house here is very beautiful with huge garden and a lake view on a mountain. It is far more beautiful than ‘Surry Palace’ you bought and got every one in trouble.

Papa (Z A Bhutto) came to see me from his big heavenly mansion not very far from me and said, “Do you know Pinkie (Benazir Bhutto) there are floods in Pakistan, millions are affected and hundreds have been killed because of this calamity”. ‘Oh’ I said to Papa, ‘now I know why I was unable to sleep’.

Late Be-Nazir Bhutto

Papa said, ‘I know Pinkie, you are very sensitive and caring towards the people’. Papa said, ‘you know I was never involved in any kind of financial corruption or harmed Pakistan’. I even told (General) Imtiaz once that though I am the Prime Minister yet I am worried about the future of my sons as they are not as bright as Benazir and what could be their future’?

Papa told me that; ‘Asif (Zardari) left the country with the children and his sister for Paris and London while People had to live through heavy rains and floods’. I would have never done that in a million year. Why did you not go back home straight away and console the people? I know you forget things that happened in the near past but remember old ones due to your mental condition.

Asif (Zardari) it is really not fair on the people who voted for papa and me but you profited from it, as usual. Papa told me, ‘you are relying on the Yankees too much’. He said, ‘this is not a good sign as me and papa are here (in heaven) because of them’.  As some one said, ‘US is good at arranging meetings of their loyal friends with the God’.

Papa asked me to tell you that, ‘don’t try to be a martyr as you can’t plan or buy martyrdom’. You are treating Pakistan the same way as you treated me for years – ‘betrayed and cheated’.

I remember when a senior Pakistani journalist while sitting in a coffee shop in the US asked me to divorce you. I must tell you that I was in tears but I still told him, ‘I can’t divorce Asif because (a) He is the father of my children (b) I am a politician and people might take advantage.  I always knew what you have been up to. Asif I always knew that you are just getting old and not growing up.

Papa never asked me about our marriage and relationship because he knew well what I was going through. Well I am daddy’s princess and he knows me well. I over heard him saying to some one how nasty enemy your father was, to my Papa when he (Hakim Ali Zardari) used to be in Wali Khan’s National Awami Party (NAP). Papa told me how he ran off to London with his wife at that time.

These NAP now ANP guys have jumped out of the Russian bandwagon and now rolling in $$$. They don’t say no to the Indian stipends too. To tell you the truth those who opposed Kala Bagh Dam were only doing just because of stipends and not for any ‘technical reasons’. As there was/is none significant anyway. We could have saved lives, lands and limbs of people by just making this Kala Bagh Dam. These idiots don’t understand or don’t want to understand that Dams don’t use water they just store it. This could have been an opportunity to fill the dam and save lives of people.

Papa told me that, ‘you have sidelined all loyal party workers with some clowns and crooks like Babar Awan, Rehman Malik, Hussain Haqqani, Wajid Shams Hassan, Farooq Naik.  And who is this stupid idiot Faisal Raza Abidi and why you made him a senator? What services is he providing? I am told Farah Naz Isphani is living with you in President House and not with her husband in Washington? Why Fozia Wahab defend you on TV channels so blindly day and night?  What did you do to her? Why you carry my picture everywhere, only I know how many pictures are hidden behind mine, so you better not be so dramatic.

This is not classified information any way. (General) Kiyani knew about it all along because I told him. He also knows how many skeletons you have in your closet. So better behave with him. It is him who got you out of the prison and will not hesitate to put you back for good. I am fed up with your ‘godfather’ mentality, which gets you in trouble. Are you still watching this movie over and over again?

Asif my heart bleeds when I see these flood victims on TV Channels. I hope Yankees have nothing to do with the floods? Asif darling if you love me please bring back all our assets back to Pakistan and tell Nawaz Sharif (Bhai) to do the same. The others will follow too.

To be continued

Source : THE LONDON POST http://thelondonpost.net/letteraug20100001.html

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  1. Mohammad Khan Sial

    September 22, 2010 at 6:11 pm

    Kalabagh dam project is not flood-control project (design-wise) as rightly pointed out by ex-IRSA Chairman Fatehullah Gandapur in his interview with Daily Times (Aug 12, 2010) in his rejoined to PM Gilani who tried to mislead the nation on floods by claiming had KBD in place, flood devastation could have averted.

    – This is wrong thinking of PM who wants to support unduly to his province Punjab.

    – Why devastating floods are coming in USA, Asia, Europe and Africa despite having dams.

    – it is zenith of narrow-mindedness to use the natural catastrophe to serve vested interests of Punjab.

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The Real Outcome of the Recent Pak-US Official Visits

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Obama & Zardari

US vice President, Joseph Biden recent visit to Pakistan was a matter of great concern for the entire nation, media and our US-led government, which is strongly believed to be acting like a puppet in US hands after its failure to resolve the issue of military insurgency and continuous drone attacks in the tribal areas of Pakistan. It was a shrewd and tactful move on the part of the USA as the trust deficit between Pak-US relations continues to increase after the Indo-US nuclear deal, Obama’s visit to India and his endorsing India to become a permanent member of Security Council. Infact all these policies point directly towards its deep-rooted strategic interests and inclination towards India. The simple logic or reason behind all this is America’s fear of China and security threat from Pakistan. In the upcoming years it is not likely to be Iraq or Afghanistan. It’s Pakistan who can possibly become a safe haven for the terrorists and its previous Pro Taliban policy still haunts the Americans. USA alleges Pakistan’s ISI being supportive to these extremist elements and considers its nuclear arsenals being unsafe. Out of this fear, Biden has announced in his few days back visit to Afghanistan that USA forces would continue to stay and expected gradual withdrawal, starting this summer of US troops, can be postponed if Afghanistan wants, in order to prevent civil war and to fully eliminate the terrorists from its land.

America’s security depends greatly on Pakistan so it is bound to establish good ties with Pakistan and this surprise visit was another goodwill gesture out of courtesy and more likely out of its own self interest. In his visit, Joe Biden tried to clarify the misconceptions that prevail in Pakistan about US intentions and actions. He appreciated Pakistan’s fight against terrorism and reiterated US support to democracy in Pakistan and its stability. Biden assured that the new US administration would support Pakistan’s efforts to counter terrorism, religious radicalism and to meet its developmental needs and capacity building. He also expressed his condolence over assassination of Governor Salman Taseer. He assured Pakistan that no US boot will tread on Pakistani soil and there will be no violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty and territorial integrity,”

Our President Asif Ali Zardari recently also visited USA to attend the memorial services of Pak-Afghan envoy Richard Holbrook. There was no ceremonial welcome, no state banquet, and no joint presser, not even an opening statement on his arrival. No one is really quite sure what Zardari had hoped to accomplish, by meeting the US President and the state secretary Hillary Clinton as the two countries are battling an enormous trust deficit despite public protestations of cooperation in combating terrorism. The two leaders renewed pledges of cooperation over the aspects of the US-Pakistan strategic partnership, including mutual commitment to economic reform, support for good governance, democracy and joint efforts against terrorism. The discussion focused on shared efforts to fight terrorism, resolve the issue of blasphemy law and to promote regional stability, specifically on the importance of cooperating towards a peaceful and stable outcome in Afghanistan. However, Washington is not ready to pay any heed over the Kashmir issue and the real outcome of these two visits seems quite bleak for Pakistan, giving us neither new hopes for betterment nor any positive prospects for the future.

The years of US policies toward Pakistan based on financial allurements and conventional weaponry have done little to induce any change. Despite all these assurances, Pakistani nation is now skeptical of US motives having bad experiences in the past like drone strikes on Pakistani border areas, failure of Kerry Lugar bill and inadequate US material and financial aid for the war on terror and in crucial times of floods. These two visits are another deceptive picture by USA to allure Pakistan towards itself, after foreseeing Pakistan’s growing diplomatic and economic cooperation with China in December. No matter how much USA assures Pakistan of its staunch support, the atmosphere of misperceptions and doubts continue to hail around the country and America can never win the hearts and minds of Pakistani people through its fake assurances, callous policies and political/ military tactics as the two sides have a long way to go to overcome their significant differences. As it is well said that assurance cannot be bought but achieved only through mutual trust, cooperation and it requires time and experience.

AYMEN IJAZ
ISLAMABAD

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THE SILENT MAJORITY

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by Arslan Khalid

A couple of days ago Pakistan saw The Governor of its largest province murdered in broad daylight by his own security personal. The murderer has claimed it to be in reaction to governors’ statements against blasphemy law. Irrespective of the political turmoil it may have created, the society is divided into two groups over this issue. 5% people claiming it to be a justified act while 5% considers governor as a martyr .

Silent Majority

Now where does majority 90% stand on this issue? Well they are once again busy doing their usual thing which is “to keep silent”.
Maulana Roomi once said that Nations die when they fail to differentiate between the right and wrong .It would have been very convenient to accept that our nation had died many years ago but the fact is that this silent majority of our nation has still got the ability to differentiate between right and wrong only if they can come out of their self created prison .Their major concern is just to pass there solitary lives in captivity without being disturbed. They have become immune to oppression and injustice. They have allowed a minority to rule over them and to represent them as a nation whether this minority be extremists or liberal fascists.
In Islam we are blessed with an eternal gift. A blessing that no other religion is offering which is a clear guideline to pass our lives. The whole message of Almighty is there in Quran and then elaborated clearly by Hadiths and the Holy life of The Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him).Unlike other religions where u follow a church or a synagogue to understand it, we Muslims can lead good,pious lives by studying Quran and Hadiths ourselves. So role of a Molvi becomes very well defined . His job should just be spreading the message of namaz,zakat and basic principles of Islam. If some Mullah tries to spread the message against the spirit of Islam which is peace why cant the majority sitting in mosque take a stand and ask him afterwards that he shouldn’t indulge himself in that domain. The little contribution on our part can save somebody from getting wrong meaning of Islam by that Mullah. However as followers, people need to understand that Islam is a religion and not a fashion that needs change with time. There is no radical or moderate Islam .The radicalization is a whole different phenomenon and has more to do with political and social issues than religious ones.
It will take long to explain causes for the radicalization and intolerance that we witness in our society so I would rather stick to my topic about the silent people out there who sometimes gather courage and decides to speak up but limit their voice to facebook or twitter only. alas!! Almost all my friends living abroad on watching governors’ murder news, updated their status on face book showing immense disappointment and remorse. Unfortunately none of them ever update their status when everyday drone attacks are killing innocent people in our tribal region .In an estimate 42% people who died in last yrs drone attack were just a collateral damage and the missile never differentiated between a child, a woman or a 70 yr old man. Last month people affected by drones from South and North Waziristan protested in Islamabad. Prominent human rights associations that claim to be champions of human rights in Pakistan and get dollars for their NGOs in return for their services never turned up for them. Nobody even bothered that a 8 year old child waiting for mercy after having lost his parents in drone attack is an ideal target to get exploited by terrorists.
Even American and British people adopted Iraqi orphans after Iraq war but our silent class has gone so selfish that they couldn’t help one of their own. Living their lives in fear and avoiding trouble, not foreseeing that few yrs from now this very child’s activity can give them some irreplaceable loss.
We always blame an individual for some act but never bothered that this was bound to happen. Give me one explanation why should we only blame an individual and never considered our silence responsible for the act. Why do we expect peace when we are so far from the concept of Islam? Why do we expect logical decisions from people when there is no effort of educating people on real issues? How can we expect a better future for us when we haven’t learnt anything from history? Why do we even think of being sovereign when we know we are being ruled by corrupt puppets of super powers and do nothing to remove them? We want people to be keep deep sentiments for the country but want to restrain their sentiments when somebody shows mala fide intentions towards the religion? How can we expect a great Muslim scholar to come out of some madarasa when we ourselves have generalized all madarasas as terrorist training centers and have labeled all students there as terrorists? Why do we hope for some genuine National heroes when we are busy making disputed people of past as heroes and martyrs? Why do people mention about Rule of Law and States authority to implement some law when the people running the state are the biggest thugs and frauds? why do we even mention about making better laws when the law makers are themselves the biggest law breakers? How can we wish for a revolution that can change the fate of this nation but aren’t willing to sacrifice for it? Aren’t these questions enough to tell that where we demand others to be clear in their heads we ourselves are confused? Last but not least why am I expecting answers to these questions when I know that these questions were addressed to ‘The Silent Majority’ of this nation which hopefully will one day wake up from the deep slumber they are presently in.

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Your Opinion Poll Regarding Salman Taseer’s Killing [VOTE]

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”]Salman Taseer killed by his own security guard “Mumtaz Qadri” in reaction to Taseer’s statement terming the blasphemy law as a black law.  He fired 27 bullets into Salman Taseer’s body. 500 religious Scholars alone from Karachi urged Muslims to boycott the funeral ceremony.

The statement which has been endorsed by senior Barelvi leaders such as Professor Saeed Shah Kazmi, Allama Syed Riaz Hussain Shah, Syed Shah Turabul Haq Qadri and Hajji Mohammad Tayyab calls the assassin Mumtaz Hussain Qadri ‘Ashiqe Rasool Ghaziye Mulk (Lover of the Prophet, Commander of the Country)’.

“We pay rich tributes and salute the bravery, valour and faith of Mumtaz Qadri,” the statement said, adding that the ministers, politicians, ‘so-called’ intellectuals and anchor persons should learn lessons from the governor’s death. The scholars said that those who insult the Holy Prophet (pbuh), even if they did not intend to, were liable for death.

Hajji Mohammad Tayyab, who is also the secretary general of the Sunni Ittehad Council, told The Express Tribune that scholars had “repeatedly urged the president, prime minister and Governor Taseer himself that if their knowledge about the blasphemy law are limited, they should consult them and avoid debating over the issue as it would inflame the people and then anything could happen.”

Shah Turabul Haq Qadri’s son Siraj, also a senior member of the JASP, endorsed the statement and said it was now binding on every Muslim.

Jamiat Ulemae Pakistan (JUP) central executive committee member Maulana Shabbir went as far as saying that in his opinion Salmaan Taseer was ‘Wajubul Qatil’ (must be killed according to divine law). “He had called the divine law of God, a black law and tried to protect a condemned blasphemer,” he said.

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