Save this city, save us.

15 killed and more news to be heard.
This is not us, not anyone among us. We are at home, my parents, my siblings, my all relatives, everyone that I know has not left their places. Then who are these people in the rally? No one educated, I bet.
I have studied from a place where I have seen the ugly faces of this MQM and since then I have hated politics of this country.
We are not the ones who would let die even a bird, despite shooting and firing our countrymen. We do not have any weapons, but yes the knives at our place, if considered a weapon. Then where from this all bombs, Bullets, guns, pistols and whatever came???
Who are these people who want to ruin our city? Not us, definitely, not us.I know when I returned back to this country after born and spending years abroad, how much we all love this city. We want to build this city, not destroy.
Whatever is going on in this city has reminded me of “Rang-de-Basanti“. If it was me, I would burn these men alive. Yes, brutality is what they deserve, our bloody politicians and the government is mere puppet in their hands, and they do not have the power, neither do the guts to take any step. We should burn these people alive, they are not among us.
They are ruining our beautiful city and killing poor men. They deserve this. And off course, MQM wanted to do this, that’s why the step of having this rally this day was taken. This is what they wanted. Shame on us, anyone who votes for them in next elections.
Is this what we want? Bloodshed? Shame on us who ever votes for these bloody politicians. Their lord, “the bhai sahib” must be very happy, I’m sure seeing all these events sitting in UK and would tomorrow along with all other politicians, the president, the PM will come up and say “humain Karachi ki sorthal per afsoos hay”.
You bloody people, “afsoss tu hum kersaktay hain”, you guys take action.
Save our city, if you cannot, suicide. Kill yourselves. Sitting in air-conditioned rooms saying “hum ko afsos hay” Bloody hell! Where’s army? Where’s rangers? Where’s the police? Why only Eidhi? Why cannot you be Edhi??? Come out of your ugly masks. It’s not us, we the descendents want peace. How many of us have participated in this rally??
Guys its high time, boycott all the MQM people, who knows when it will be someone from our family being shot. Save Karachi.

109 Comments so far

  1. IUnknown (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 2:04 am

    Mahajir, u seems to be pretty much BrainWAshed by MQM persons. I had a pretty good friend of mines, went in to APMSO in univ.

    When we argue, i used to laugh at wat he says. You could clearly see that he had his brain washed.

    U know wat? The ghundaas of MQM used to get training fromn India. May be they have started their center here now.

    HEY Everybody!!!!!!! do read this boook
    “DEHSHATGARD” ( by Tariq Ismail Sagar )

    You will come to know who nasreen jalil is?
    You will come to know what 90 is?
    You will come to know what Abbasi Shaeed Hospital is?

  2. Zubair (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 2:51 am

    Unaiza I appreciate your boldness and courage on this post.

    Death to Altaf Hussain.

  3. hassan (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 10:42 am

    Damn you all! Damn you….You Politicians…!
    Another heart breaking, soul wrenching massacre. Lives taken away for sense less, pathetic & worthless politicians. Don’t know what to say & who to blame. But I do have one question in mind, who are those people who are so committed to those scum bags, worth less pieces of shit “The politicians”, that they are willing to sacrifice their lives for them. I can comprehend the minds of people who go to these rallies and freak shows. I mean our lives are already full of problems and miseries which is mostly because of this pathetic political system and pathetic politicians (all of them, with no distinction) and still we support their agendas & make them who they are. May Allah Subhano Tala protect us from the evil of these politicians & give us sight to realize the truth & have mercy on us……..Amin!

  4. Shiraz (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 10:42 am

    “And off course, MQM wanted to do this, that’s why the step of having this rally this day was taken.”

    @Unaiza, What proof do you have and if so please explain from start what happend in karachi was all set up by MQM. Im not a supporter of MQM or any other stupid corrupt party or group in Pak. Lets just play fair ok. Report the facts not your personl opinions. No one had asked the stupid clown judge to be going around the country and ruining the peace for everyone. It is he who is to blame for the crap that has been going on for a while. It was peaceful in karachi until he decided to come to town. I can see that you are an anti-MQM activist since thats all you have mainly been talking about in your post and not the real issues. I really don’t care for it and if you do then stop shouting here about unjustice and go to one of their many office’s(MQM) or whatever or do something about it. Its easy to sit here and write trash. There is no reasoning behind your ficticious statements nor facts. From where I stand I think its about time someone had to stand up and take control of their city from this judge who is going around parading for no damn reason at all. I agree what happend to him was wrong but that doesn’t mean he should keep going on and on while the political parties supporting him use him for their own political interest and not those of the people or the system. They are all corrupt. It’s good that he was held up and got sent back to Isb. Did you think of how much worst it could have been if he was actully allowed to go on with his plans. We all know why he came to karachi and its not for some stupid bar talk. Lets not kid ourselves and be realistic. Unaiza I think you should stick to writing about those dumb restaurt complaints, seems like thats all you are good at. I think this site needs some real authors to write here, instead of people just pushing for their own agendas.

  5. Yasir Hussain (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 12:08 pm

    Quote: ‘Sitting in air-conditioned rooms..’
    Correction: Sitting behind bullet-proof glass..

    I think what we fail to understand here is, all these political jihadi’s creating havoc were puppets in the hands of the BIGGER BASTARD up there in Islamabad addressing another rally of his own from a bullet-proof cabin, while people were being slaughtered down there in Karachi.

    You are the President, control the Army and agencies, have Police at your disposal, and if your claims of majority are to be accounted for; have overwhelming superiority of resources and political workers to control the situation and STILL it happened. And blame CJ for that, as you would.

    PS: And an Gov. Employee acquittance of mine from Mandi Bahauddin told me that he’s supposed to take two buses filled with SUPPORTERS (read: Gov. Employees) to Government’s Islamabad rally.

  6. Mohajir (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 1:28 pm

    hahah, unaiza, I guess u r a mix of type 1 and type 2—well u think I am brain washed..Huh…ok I understand thts the escape route for u…listen just walk across the Banaras Chowk and Sohrab Goth and u will c how streets are like and how the Barbarianism took place on the streets, hundreds from Madarsas, and kechi abadis are Mobbing on streets, they only knew one thing MQM is kafir just kill them……they

  7. Red_Munk!! (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 4:10 pm

    “Sohrab Goth and u will c how streets are like and how the Barbarianism took place on the streets, hundreds from Madarsas, and kechi abadis are Mobbing on streets”

    Funny. Who preached u that Albert?.

    btw, dont u feel naucious with ure head so far up Altaf’s rear-end??.

    ppl seem to have missed the post

    “Posted by: Doc at civil at May 12, 2007 06:49 PM ”

    Before you defend anyone, think of the scores of ppl killed or wounded. Think of the trauma suffered by MB or the kids of the neighbourhood who will have to live with it for the rest of their livesor maybe im exagerating it, its Karachi after all. The next time seems to be bloodier than the previous one. :(.

    Jo hua so hua, fighting will further paralyse the city & hinder OUR lives.

    Except for those who want to stay “Underground” or feel like “Partying” at home, im sure no one wants that to happen.

  8. Ali (unregistered) on May 13th, 2007 @ 4:16 pm

    lets form a APMP – All pakistan metroblogger party [:)]

  9. NEDIAN ALI (FE) (unregistered) on May 20th, 2007 @ 3:19 am

    dear pakistanis:
    on 12th may im not going to put my words .but my question 2 all the opposition parties is that,
    (on record there was not a single ralley held by any party 4 the routhless killing of human beings)
    if fighting for rights is terrorism then i think mqm is the biggest one.

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