Situation Vacant for President

15 Comments so far

  1. Raja Islam (rajaislam) on August 20th, 2008 @ 9:21 pm

    Position: President of Pakistan
    Skill Requirement: You got to be kidding me.
    Qualification: Should have Foreign Bank Accounts
    Experience: 10-12 Years of Corruption experience (will Prefer Local)
    Salary : Solely depends how much candidate can earn.

  2. tzaidi on August 20th, 2008 @ 9:30 pm

    No pun intended (like Raja Islam) But, Dont you guys think that its about time when we start doing something against this cycle of PPP & PML. I personally dont support military rule, but in Musharaf’s case, there was no choice available at that time.

    Shouldnt we start slecting our own leader then to accept one nominated by white house or 10 downing street. Its our country, our land, we pay taxes and we made this country, no one else has any right to impose any leader on us.

    Why, we as a nation, dont think like Iranis, French or Malaysian? they got their leaders and now are respectable neations. we have everything except for a good leader with vision and path to lead us.

    What exactly will happen to our nation, I belive that allah dont help those who dont help themselves, we (the youth) have to do something.

  3. Shamsi (shamsi) on August 20th, 2008 @ 10:05 pm

    TZ as if WE commoners make any difference,

    Allah have mercy on us, (thats all i can TYPE)

  4. zsikand on August 20th, 2008 @ 11:17 pm

    everyone WANTS the situation to get fixd buy noone wants to fix it ourselves. How many members here are actually physically doing something?

    I am setting up an NGO which is the only thing i can do right now.Once i come back to pakistan in december i plan to get into politics but expect myself to slowly and steadily rise up if nothing else. I want to get INTO the system and then try to comment about it. How many of us are thinking like this?

    I KNOW pakistan requires more of me to fix it. Anyone else willing to help? or are we just going to blog and nothing else?

  5. d0ct0r on August 20th, 2008 @ 11:20 pm

    MQM’s NROfied grand terrorist Altaf Hussain proposes and supports Asif NROfied Zardari as next president..

  6. Adnan Siddiqi (adnansiddiqi) on August 21st, 2008 @ 1:02 am

    Tzaidi, good drawing room speech.

    people say Mush is Better and if you ask them why?.. they say,’he baths twice a day while zardari/NS not!’

  7. zsikand on August 21st, 2008 @ 2:00 am

    oh gosh..haha.

    I didn’t want to be sounding like im pushing to talk about politics.

    All i was saying is that all i hear is..this is how karachi is.

    That seems to be the problem. We have accepted it. All that happened was done by us..that is why mush is out now. We DO have the power but we don’t see it.and mush was better for the first 4 years that he ruled. i am behind him till then.he started messing up after that…and noone can justify him staying for that long.

  8. ucilite on August 21st, 2008 @ 9:23 pm

    @zsikand….i can only admire you bro…please get into politics once you are back in Pakistan and make the difference!!!!

  9. tzaidi on August 21st, 2008 @ 10:50 pm

    @Shamsi; Yes you are right in asking how many pakistanis are doing things to put Pakistan in right path? Well, I think not too many, but there are some who are doing considerable work in various feilds be it social work, justice, corporate governance, medical, security services, etc.

    On the other hand there are many people who are contineously on the task of destroying everything belonging to Pakistan. for example, utility bills defaulters, teachers of government schools who take salaries but dont even know where their school is situated, corrupt police wallas, people who through waste outside their homes in the alley every single day, doctors who prescribed excess medicines to their patients, the list is endless.

    In my opinion, the one shot which can kill most of these menace is EDUCATION. atleast this much we can do, teach someone or arrange to get someone educated. Education is the key to success. Ever wonder why none of these politicians or the previous head of state ever put eduction on the top of their agenda, the reason is that an educated person will never ever vote for them again. we need to change that. Everyone should play their part. AlHamdulilah, am playing my part and am satisfied from what am doing from country.

    @ Adnan Siddiqi : yar kabhi tou taunt kerna choor do!!
    Its not a drawing room talk. I mean it, everyone has to play his / her role to get this issue fixed, otherwise what kind of Pakistan we will be able to give to our children?? Dont we owe anything to our country?? Atleast one can start thing on good lines and that could be a start of CHANGE. there is no harm in dreaming or thinking good about our country. Mind you, every good thing you see arround yourself was once a dream, which is realized only after doing some efforts: be it your car, your job, your Saturday evening dinning out or even going for Jumma prayers :)

    I hope all of us, specially the young generation will take up the task of putting this country on a right path and will choose a rightful leader to lead it.

  10. zsikand on August 22nd, 2008 @ 7:48 am

    @ ucilite:

    Thanks. All i want to say is i want more people to think about what lies ahead rather than think about what has happened. We have been doing this for years and years and still haven’t learnt that this is the reason we have never moved forward. Heck, i was actually talking to someone and they were telling me about how nawaz sharif was exiled. i was like..don’t talk to me. :). I DO intend to join the politics of pakistan once i come back.i have actually decided to go to law school in pakistan so i can get to know the system better. I have gotten some good offers in the USA but feel me studying here while pakistan is going down is not something i will be able to handle. It is too much for me.

    @ tzaidi:

    I wholheartedly agree with you. It’s not time for drawing room talk anymore. (BTW..does anyone realize the term ‘drawing room’ is one that noone outside knows about?) I myself have heard it after about 2 years.

  11. IUnknown (iunknown) on August 22nd, 2008 @ 10:47 am

    @tzaidi, if u gona take part in politics, u must follow USA policies else u wont be able to get 1 seat even.

    So, u will be like all those politicians who say ,after doing enormous damage, "Pakistan ka ALLAH hafiz" :)

  12. llama on August 22nd, 2008 @ 4:48 pm

    the caption and cart are totally hilarious in a sad tragic kind of way. unfortunately even the cart would be humiliated when zardari pulls it.

  13. tzaidi on August 22nd, 2008 @ 6:33 pm

    @ IUnknown : am not in politics, but in sort law enforcement role, working outside Pakistan, but my actions do make a difference in situation in our country, little though but atleast am doing something.

  14. tzaidi on August 22nd, 2008 @ 6:35 pm

    and I have no intention to get into politics, my good wishes to zsikand.

  15. seskey on August 29th, 2008 @ 4:11 pm

    Jihalat Ka Andhera needs to be eliminated before we seek democracy n judicial system

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