Conspiracy Theorists start making rounds

With the recent bomb blast at PIDC, it wont be long before the finger pointing begins and maybe lead to a full frontal assault on India to lay blame for these attacks. Almost like a tit-for-tat reaction to the bomb blasts a few weeks back in India. I just feel these bombs are politically timed, the bombs in India were to hamper the progress of Pak-Indo relationships after the outpouring of affection immediately after the EQ. Now it can only be assumed its again to hamper any progress made in the SAARC meeting in Dhaka.

I just pray that we are able to root out these miscreants and head towards a peaceful existence of the two nations.

7 Comments so far

  1. su (unregistered) on November 15th, 2005 @ 1:51 pm

    This is UNFAIR to Karachi!!Is nt there a way to stop nay negativity in this city??? the govt is helpless!! cant PEOPLE do ANYTHING about it!?! we seriously need to brain storm on this!!

  2. Zag (unregistered) on November 15th, 2005 @ 5:03 pm

    I’ve heard that musharraf boasted yesterday in an interview about how they have got rid of the terrorists and during the past year there hadn’t been a single blast in karachi….. maybe it was a reaction to that

  3. TS (unregistered) on November 15th, 2005 @ 6:55 pm

    I am curious, where is the outrage? Where is the anger? Why don’t the people in Karachi gather , demonstrate, show that they hate the terrorists? The messages I get from reading these posts is that perhaps India is to blame, and that life in karachi just goes on as always, a few people die, some get injured and the rest just talk about it and get on with wondering if this will affect the cricket series and if the Enland team will chicken out (nice pun by the way – since the bomb target was KFC) and of course since they have bomb blasts in England too, they should be used to it and it should all be in a day’s work.
    Did you notice the Jordanian reaction to the bombing there? They had the courage and the moral outrage to come out and say they are not going to put up with this.
    Why can’t the Pakistanis have the same courage? Why do they always have to point fingers at others?

  4. Su (unregistered) on November 15th, 2005 @ 7:36 pm

    TS:i totally agree!! i think the jordanian protests were absolutely patriotic and a genuine display of fight against any terror!
    even though i think that has something to do with the youthfull king abdulla….
    what if we all were to go all out with our protest also..but how do we generate a momentum for something like this???with out any political/religious or ngo backing slogan shouters??

  5. Imtiaz (unregistered) on November 15th, 2005 @ 10:17 pm

    btw… also seems as if the terrorists love KFC!!!

    for some odd reason, whenever anything goes wrong…KFC gets hit!

  6. TS (unregistered) on November 15th, 2005 @ 11:37 pm

    SU,I wonder if students in colleges could organize something – I don’t think they need to be out on the roads shouting slogans (that somehow leads to burning cars and other destruction of property anyway) but perhaps they could hold assemblies and get their message accross that way?

  7. Teeth Maestro (unregistered) on November 16th, 2005 @ 1:09 am

    I would not ask the people to take to the streets, as our angry mob cannot be trusted to be peaceful prime example is the KFC Gulshan event where the mob went crazy beyond belief.

    I doubt little can be achieved by asking poeple to come out onto the streets, these terrorists are actually isolated cells with no care for human life, you can’t reason with such a human who has no feelings but one can only hope to arrest them before they strike again. Pressure must be applied at the right spots (Core Commander, Gov, CM, PM and dear’ol Mushy) they can only force an arrest (hopefully of the right people).

    I just pray this does not get worse.

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