Emergency Objectives achieved – President

Indeed !! Free media replaced by tamed media, no more Free Judiciary, apna bunda for TOP SLOT, “Care-Taker” government.. Recently few ordinances have been added that will successfully help our transition towards becoming Kingdom/Monarch. What crap democracy!!
http://karachi.metblogs.com/archives/images/2007/12/decmb/musharraf-thumb.jpg
This photo of a man on the street of Karachi probably explains overall situation better than any of us could.
[ Image : Abro]

115 Comments so far

  1. Reality_check (unregistered) on December 21st, 2007 @ 11:35 pm

    SUNO its good to know that we could find some common ground.


  2. Rizwan (unregistered) on December 22nd, 2007 @ 2:56 am

    http://www.longlivepakistan.com

    Eid Mubarik? History is made on this Eid by suicide bombing in Pakistan.


  3. wasiq (unregistered) on December 24th, 2007 @ 2:16 am

    its raining here on the eid….
    eid mubarak Sarah:-p and God Bless America.

    Btw, the results are in and the Eid this year is only for the Bolshevik my jarnalust shahzadi….because The lindt chocolate is here with a frenchized parlour in zamzama only for her iam not allowed within three km radius since iam raised on the Birmingham’s very own cadbury’s dairy milk…..

    p.s: Jani send somebody else to buy it for you don’t go there yourself kahein aisa na ho tum unn ki bhi wat laga doh and they also treat you like the seinfeld’s soup nazi…..


  4. Saima Nasir (unregistered) on December 24th, 2007 @ 4:51 pm

    @WASIQ

    If Bolshevik dreams and wants to struggle for socialism with (French)ised Belgian chocolate, Italian ice-cream, German beer, French working hours and Scandinavian $%#, along with American consumer-worker support (in Pakistan)…who are we to complain??


  5. wasiq (unregistered) on December 25th, 2007 @ 6:02 am

    @saima nasir

    Merry christmas saima,iam only happy that my mail order bride arrived in time for her to enjoy…..


  6. Saima Nasir (unregistered) on December 25th, 2007 @ 3:44 pm

    “Remember the chaos after Shah left Iran? There were lots of people who fought against Shah, but in the end Mullahs got the best deal. Do we want that in Pakistan? Do you guys want your mothers to be beaten up by morality police like Tahraan’s for having a strand of hair coming out of their burquas? Is this what you guys really want?” BALMA

    So what should we want for our ladies…??? Critisizing talibans for repressing women is understandable but demonising Iranian govt. for supressing women from becoming public property is beyond understanding……Iranians never stopped women from studying or progressing but stopping women from becoming an EYE CANDY….which is wise and commendable…..I don’t see why we Pakistanis should have a problem when 80% of the population in Iran favours such measures by their govt. and mind you unlike us, Iran is a democratic state. You obviously want to believe the US media painting Iran as some ex-East European country. Visit Iran, observe and experience, then you are free to form opinions and spread your stories about that country.

    FOR THE RECORD

    The Islamic Revolution Leader Imam Khomeini, considered the large elite woman population in the country as proof to substantiate the views of Islam and the Islamic Republic regarding the women issue.

    “No time ever the country has enjoyed such a scale of female researchers, scientists, intellectuals, authors, artists or activists as it does today. It shows that the Islamic views about Hijab never bar women from progress or sublimity rather they serve their talents and facilitate their growth,” Ayatollah Khamenei said.

    Ayatollah Khamenei was critical about the western views which run afar women’s innate calls and treat them as if they are a second hand copy of men. “The views in fact belittle women. However, sometimes a perfect woman proves worthier than a perfect man,” Ayatollah Khamenei said.

    Ayatollah Khamenei urged the country’s elite women to rectify the false western views towards women, adding that in Islam’s view, being woman is a merit originally and that women and men have their own status and role in the sagacious Divine Creation.

    Ayatollah Khamenei described the Western manipulative treatment of women as oppression against the human community and betrayal of women rights.

    “Woman is the gorgeous, fine, draped part of the Creation. The deadliest sin westerners are accountable for is that they demoted woman to a tool for publicity of commodities, money raising or awry sexualities, making incurable problems to befall on human community,” Ayatollah Khamenei said.

    If a democratic govt. in pakistan asks women to dress modestly in accordance with th religion and gives them the same rights and dignity……i don’t think anyone will raise a voice let alone revolt but then do we have such righteous men in Pakistan????

    @WASIQ

    Happy New YEAR!

    Best wishes to your bride for bagging a dummy hubby….may she enjoy whatever you want her to enjoy….in 2008 and hopefully beyond….


  7. wasiq (unregistered) on December 26th, 2007 @ 2:36 am

    @saima nasir

    Saima amazing! iam done here you need someone undone….

    kuch toh hawa bhi sardh thi
    kuch tha tera khayal bhi


  8. wasiq (unregistered) on December 26th, 2007 @ 3:01 am

    @rabia garib

    Happy Boxing Day rabia can you please help me activate my yahoo voice mail by sending a dummy new year message in your cool voice and also can you let saima nasir know my yahoo id by mistakeThankyou.-p


  9. balma (unregistered) on December 26th, 2007 @ 3:30 am

    Saima Nasir, thanks for coming out in open with your thoughts on Iranian style revolution. You are welcome to buy a Tezgam ticket, and continue your revolution mongering at LahoreMB or IslamabadMB. Karachi deserves better. Karachi kaa peechhaa choRe dae.


  10. Saima Nasir (unregistered) on December 26th, 2007 @ 11:04 am

    @BALMA

    My thoughts about Iran and its people were always out in the open (people’s rule VS dictator’s) you missed it earlier!! Maybe because of your “Narcissistic Personality Disorder”….which is getting worse by the minute…….no wonder (in the fashion of your favourite military dictator)you want me to be banished from KMB…….I guess narcissism and fascism go hand in hand! But then, fascism is also nihilistic. It is bipolar: either utopia or death……..which you have been suggesting (in your various posts on KMB)for the mortal, indisciplined, illiterate,uncouth, badly dressed & genetically retarded PAKISTANIS (probably, excluding the elitist KARCHIITES….who I’m sure would rather die than to associate with you).

    I am here to stay but you are free to drown yourself in “The Well of Narcissus”

    @WASIQ

    Socha hai ub paar utrai(n)y ga(n)y,
    Ya tukra kur doob marai(n)y ga(n)y,
    Jhooti suchi aas pey jeena,
    kub tuk aakhir, aakhir kub tuk?

    I’m also through now!!!hahaha!
    ‘That someone’ has been undone for another 10 light(ed) years, especially if that someone refuses the bi-polar medication!!!!


  11. Balma (unregistered) on December 26th, 2007 @ 8:34 pm

    Saima Nasir: Shape up or ship out. We don’t want your favorite black-burqua clad women roaming around the streets of Karachi, or to be honest, even Lahore or Islamabad. Taking my earlier suggestion back, I would now suggest to you to please think of moving to Iran or Afghanistan. Take all your revolution mongering and taliban-type zealots with you, though. Take along Bol-shove-it with you too. Oos ko bhee revolution kaa bohut shauq hae. Khoob guzray gee jo mil baithai’n gee devaanees doe.

    Shukran Jazaak-allah.


  12. Rizwan (unregistered) on December 27th, 2007 @ 7:34 am

    http://www.longlivepakistan.com is going after Mullah’s


  13. wasiq (unregistered) on December 27th, 2007 @ 8:12 am

    @saima nasir

    Saima i love Pakistan more than most americans or the british….and i have already interfered more this year…i must not interfere in the democratic process nor shall i will. it is for the people of pakistan and its leadership that emerges out of the election victorious to decide what they want next….

    Hazaar ranjh ser aankoun pey baat hee kya hai
    teri khushee hai muqaddam meri khushee kya hai


  14. wasiq (unregistered) on December 27th, 2007 @ 8:25 am

    Dec 27 8:19 am 3692 posts 50031 comments


  15. wasiq (unregistered) on December 30th, 2007 @ 1:45 am

    @saima nasir

    sorry saima i believe my model js-17 thunder paper plane got entangled into your kite string…..i do owe you an apology and a glass of orange juice.. do you like fresh or sachet will do…

    sunna hai boley toh baatoun sey phool jhardtey hain….



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