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Perception by Ayaz Fakir

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Perception

 

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Ayaz Fakir

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Editor’s Note:
 
Pakistan’s Enemies may mis-read the Army’s bystander attitude towards Nawaz Sharif’s Tsunami of money laundering,transferring assets stolen from Pakistan to S.Arabia, UAE, UK, US, and EU.
 
 
 
 
The perception about the Army seems to have undergone a sea change in the last six months. From  revered saviours as they were seen by a huge majority, they are increasingly being viewed as “neutrals” as the state they are sworn to defend is being brought to its knees by just a few hundred people. And if things keep going the way they are, “neutral” will be the least offensive epithet to be slapped on the Army by the people of this country.
What if India attacks Pakistan today, and our Army adopts a position of neutrality? What should the Army be called then?? For what is happening today is unobstructed plunder of national wealth of a scale so frightening that the “enemy” will have done us in without the need to fire a single shot. And this corruption is surely reflected in our national debt whose figures cannot be denied, and which has put a lien on our sovereignty. How can the Army, the ultimate guardian of our state look impassively on, as the very foundations of the state are being eroded? What should the people, who sustain the Army, call such neutrality?
This is a strange scenario where the people who are destroying the country are hiding behind the Constitution, and where the Army which can bring about an end to this horror is also citing the same Constitution for its inaction and passivity.
Indeed, this was the very aim of this mangled Constitution i.e to give immunity to the robber barons of the land, while counting on the pusillanimity of those who lead its Army. This was the perfect legal recipe for the success of an operation designed to take down the state.
In states with a slightly higher quotient of patriotism, it is clearly understood that when it is a choice between the state and the constitution, it is for the state that a patriot stands. 
This is what Ataturk did not need being schooled about in 1919, while the German Generals of the Second World War needed to be schooled in a lot earlier than 20 July 1944.
When every solution for the salvaging of the state lies exhausted, and the last solution is the only one that remains, not resorting to this solution does not make one a “constitutionalist”, it makes one a deserter at a time when he was most needed by his country.

 

Indeed, this was the very aim of this mangled Constitution i.e to give immunity to the robber barons of the land, while counting on the pusillanimity of those who lead its Army. This was the perfect legal recipe for the success of an operation designed to take down the state.
In states with a slightly higher quotient of patriotism, it is clearly understood that when it is a choice between the state and the constitution, it is for the state that a patriot stands. 
This is what Ataturk did not need being schooled about in 1919, while the German Generals of the Second World War needed to be schooled in a lot earlier than 20 July 1944.
When every solution for the salvaging of the state lies exhausted, and the last solution is the only one that remains, not resorting to this solution does not make one a “constitutionalist”, it makes one a deserter at a time when he was most needed by his country.

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Reform Act of 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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*Reform Act of 2015*

1. No Tenure / No Pension: Parliamentarians collect a salary while in
office but should not receive any pay when they’re out of office.

2. Parliamentarians should purchase their own retirement plans, just
as all Pakistani do with life insurance etc.

3. Parliamentarians should no longer vote themselves a pay raise.
Their pay should be linked to the CPI or 3%, whichever is lower.

4. Parliamentarians should lose their current health care system(
foreign countries medical treatment) and participate in the same
health care system as the Pakistani people.

5. Parliamentarians with tainted records, criminal charges &
convictions, past or present should be summarily banned from the
parliament and fighting election on any pretext or the other.
6. Parliamentarians should equally abide by all laws they impose on
the Pakistani people.

7. All contracts with past and present Parliamentarians should be void
effective 1/1/15 .The Pakistani people did not make this contract with
them. Parliamentarians made all these contracts for themselves.

8.Serving in Parliament is an honor, not a lucrative career. The
Founding Fathers envisioned citizen legislators, so ours should serve
their term(s), then go home and back to work.

9.No surrender of subsidies like LPG by citizens unless all subsidies
available to MPAs and MNAs withdrawn including subsidised food in
Parliament canteen and free accommodation in the parliamentary lodges

If each person contacts a minimum of twenty people then it will only
take three days for most people in Pakistan to receive the message.
Don’t you think it’s time?

 

Forward this msg to a minimum of twenty people on your contact list;
and in turn ask each of them to do likewise.

In three days, most people in Pakistan having email will have this message.
This is one idea that really should be passed around.

 

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NAWAZ SHARIF & ASIF ZARDARI HAVE EXPLODED A HYDROGEN BOMB OF DEBT ON PAKISTANIS

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The emerging civil-military relationship in Pakistan by Mumtaz Piracha

The emerging civil-military relationship in Pakistan

 

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Mumtaz Piracha

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Our politicians must learn to live with other powers in the country; be it the military, opposition, media, judiciary, civilian bureaucracy and so on and let each power player to have space in the setup. When you put any power player up against the wall, the reaction will be violent…

Our politicians have had proverbial love and hate relationship with the military in Pakistan since 1958, if not earlier. It was love when they wanted to get into power or stay there; it was hate when they were checked, questioned, cornered or removed. Who didn’t came into power WITHOUT the military’s support? None.

 
It is good to note that the prime minister has frequented his meetings with the ‘khakis’ in the recent days and weeks. It is good for him to create a perception for the general public, not for the enlightened ones, of a better relationship or his intention to have a better relationship with the military forces. It is good for the military to be ‘bestowed’ with the perception of desirable civil-military relations again for general public consumption, not for the enlightened ones for the latter knows what lies behind it. On the top of it, the message signalled to the other two components of the Establishment as to who really matters for them in and around Pakistan also suits the third component.
 
It is for the first time that the PMLN leadership is surrounded on all sides within a short life of one year in power. It is really cornered now. Regardless of what titles the PMLN spokespersons bestow on the opposition leaders especially Imran Khan, Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri and Shaikh Rasheed Ahmed, the fact remains that these three gentlemen are giving unbearably tough time to the PMLN leadership. The psychologists opine that when a person is in distress, his/her reaction takes a nose-dive. So is the case with the PMLN leadership in general; notwithstanding exceptions. Surprisingly, the Godfather appears to be relaxed, calm and composed for reasons best known to him. 
 
It is time the PMLN leadership did a bit of introspection. It is easy to blame others for everything wrong, but next to impossible to look inside to blame oneself. That’s our cultural heritage and applies to all and sundry. The PMLN leadership has been blundering again and again without a second thought over the past one year. It has altogether forgotten its party manifesto and election promises. The people never asked for metro buses and metro trains; it asked for and needed its constitutional rights to be enforced for its wellbeing. There has been no major reforms in any sector in the last one year benefitting the people in general.
 
The start-up of Musharraf’s trial was totally uncalled for and unwanted. It is generally assumed that the PMLN leadership was ready to let him off the hook IF he agreed to be exiled for 10 years with a ban on his political activities abroad to which the general didn’t agree nor did his party. That refusal lead to the PMLN’s decision to put the general in the dock.
 
How Musharraf came into power? That’s something that the PMLN leadership has to rethink about and accept its own follies. It is hard to believe that the then prime minister was caught unaware of the Kargil operation. He chose to blame the Army to save his own international reputation putting the prestige of the entire institution in jeopardy. From May to July 1999, the high command did the introspection and made up its mind to fix the political leadership. The government either didn’t know what was cooking up or didn’t have the guts to take on the general. It had its own trusted But as head of the ISI at that time. It waited till Oct to dismiss the general and replace him with its trusted But without looking at his credentials. The general in uniform was dismissed in the air on his way home without realizing the after-effects and the fact that the coup had already been planned by the institution, not the general. The army could not let the political leadership do to Musharraf what it did to Karamat. 
 
Going back into history, the military coup by General Zia-ul-Haq wasn’t planned in a day or week. It was planned when the late Zulfikar Ali Bhutto chose to make frequent changes in the top army slot. That signalled his mindset and the institution started planning his ouster. PNA movement just paved the way for the planned July 5, 1977 coup to take place on the ground.
 
Our politicians must learn to live with other powers in the country; be it the military, opposition, media, judiciary, civilian bureaucracy and so on and let each power player to have space in the setup. When you put any power player up against the wall, the reaction will be that of the ‘shair ki khala.’ No matter how small the cat is; it is in her genes to react violently when cornered.
 
The PMLN leadership is now at its lowest ebb. It has got to rethink the whole environment in the context of critical happenigs within and outside Pakistan having a bearing on the country. It must realize it needs really competent, honest and dedicated people to work for it in the party and the government. The present lot is sapped of energy and innovative thinking and ideas. The party and the government just can’t be run with the present lot in the saddle. Buts and Khawajas are no longer relevant to the 21st century Pakistan.
 
Last but not least, the Establishment has no desire to dislodge the PMLN government at this point of time. It would like to live and let live for its own interests. It is the ideal time for the PMLN to take hold of the situation and make bold decisions to revamp the party and its officials in government if it has the desire to continue for next five years. There is not enough time to drag the change for indefinite time.Take it or leave it. There is no choice.

 
Sanity must prevail at all costs for the sake of Pakistan, its people and the PMLN.

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The Ugly Faces of Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari Exposed By Hamid Mir

 

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Ugly Faces of Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari & Poverty in Pakistan

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