Fall Of Bhutto – Inside Story – Pakistan Finally Cornered

27 12 2007

One of the greatest fall after Dhaka, including Zia’s assassination, comes the fall of Bhutto family. Fall as in after Benazir, nobody from the blood line replaces her. Even if, in case, there is one, or if one sees Bilawal replacing her, its not soon. He is young and still a new born juvenile in terms of Politics. By the time he is ready to take the reins, the scenario might not even recognise him. And if, against the odds, he is in control, the name of Bhutto family would be perished in the books of history. All has been lost by this family.

Now the world, out of frustration, is condemning and Pakistan, as usual, promising full investigation with presumed results to be out within no time. The result is already out, that suicide attacks in Pakistan leave no trail behind. End of Story. Moreover, sarcastic was the cleaning up of the suspected evidence which lay bare on the streets of Rawalpindi. However, the world is now bracing up, as lobbies wanted, to paint Pakistan, permanently as a rogue state where nobody is safe. But ground realities are quite different. This is evident by handling of the situation, which came as an outpour in protest was meagre. The anticipated outlash from the inside, from the public, was not that warm as it should have been. Its as cold as December. And so shall it remain. The iron hand behind the curtains have drawn up the plans to remove every nail and stone by tooth and nail.

A little perspective on Benazir as to what possibly was the cause that led to this demeanor and ferocious step resulting in her full elimination. Firstly was her pro-West protocol that she brought in; wherein she was ready to hand over Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, secondly countering the terrorists, who currently are infested in the bordering areas of Afghanistan and seem to flourish and prosper and spread after the incident towards more into inside of Pakistan, which irked not few. Thirdly, she wasn’t seen in the higher levels of administration as that nationalist and pro Pakistan, which was quite evident with her father who was the founding member of Bangladesh. Period.

With the recent infrastructure development, adding road networks, pruning the local administration with applied accountability for finances, no matter how frail the element of accountability was but it wasn’t left onto the papers this time. Quite evident. One must land into Pakistan to see it. But, for now nobody is heading to Pakistan which is itself in a deep quandary to tackle the situation which is to multiply on the international level. Things are going to the worse graph level, which is no good sign and Pakistan would have braced for this.

With the protocol that she came in, she was confirmed on the sniper’s target. And she didn’t take heed of this. Neither did she prepare herself to the risks that posed to her life directly, or that she was put under a confidence that she is safe. And none other than inside man or men would have done this. Now, a bit of homework in the ranks of PPP would have to be carried out as to who went defect while just walking behind her. That inside man knew what her schedule was and where she is to surface before the public. Now get the point? All the specific and sensitive details about her movement was known to some one within the ranks. Naheed Khan? No her stature and reach cannot be that far reaching. The Khan with her name shouldn’t be doubted as well. Amin Fahim? Possibly. Nawaz Sharif? Hmm, his brother had some cleaning done in Lahore when he was the Chief Minister. Asif Ali Zardari? A very prospective candidate in this murderous scheme, as Mir Murtaza Bhutto, was touted to be killed under the dictate of Zardari, but still not completely investigated. And what is investigated to the end in Pakistan? To date even the assaulters of Liaquat Ali Khan’s life are still unknown to the public.

This was confirmed and the rumour was rife that next expected Prime Minister was Benazir. This was a concern for all at the higher levels, the third time for Benazir would be quite destroying for the future of Pakistan. And that Pakistan is getting ready to mould the next phase of the New World Order minus America. Many of the promising projects have taken off and ready to pay off; and no eclipse was to be allowed. Pakistan has to cash that. And some of the lobbies are finding this hard to digest. And they had Benazir to put a tight nooze on these. But alas, this couldn’t be materialised. Nor it would be.

A little perspective on how the incident took place. Very conveniently, everything is blamed on the suicide attackers and why shouldn’t it be? The suicide bomber is no more to defend his position. Whether that attacker was in his senses, or was he a drug addict programmed and brain washed for a morsel after the so called ‘assignment’. The very suicide bomber, if presumed to be a drug addict, is unaware of the consequences, apparently.

After the congregation, Benazir headed to her residence in Islamabad or was to take a flight back to Karachi, the road that was taken, according to plans which are sensitive, such plans change at the last minute for the safety of sensitive personalities, which is also evident in Hollywood films, e.g. Miami Vice, the supply point, wherein was changed in the final encounter over the telephone. Thus with this apparutus and designs, someone knew what was to come and deliberately nothing was changed. She was taken to the road of incident. Starting from the driver and the security advisor, the driver presumably could have defected or was already working, insiduously, for the agencies. Taking down the road, plans were there, that Benazir had to surface from the rooftop of the vehicle to respond to the waving crowds out to see their leaders. The perpetrators, were among the crowds not in handfuls but in multiple numbers spread all over the road from the start till end to carry out the mission without a miss. The plan was more perfect than prevention which was scathed to the core. Someone defected with lots of blank cheques.

This is how the fairy tale of politics abruptly ends. This is no nightmare. One of the most acknowledged leaders is no more. No matter how negative her approach was but she has left behind Pakistan in a squirming condition. Although plans would be in place.

But one thing is confirmed the commando has been most of the greatest asset and expensive to the global economy.

(cont’d).

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2 01 2008
TIM STONE

the following is from my blog
tombstone001.blogspot.com

Baring the false witnesses
Democracy in Pakistan, part 2

Time and again; I have talked about the importance of being able to see the relationships among different things in life.

Both the Koran and the Bible have admonished us against lying, bearing a false witness. Let me state here for those who do not understand, that the false praise of someone is lying also.

The holy books and their prophets also admonish us against worshiping false idols, Paris Hilton, Oprah, Brittany, Ronald Reagan and the princess Di will fall into this category.
My promise to you has been that I will always tell you the truth, and here again I will stick with this promise.

Please try to follow along and see how these pieces all fit into what I am saying. When JFK died no one talked of his need to be on pain killers and his visits to his girl friends. That would have been truth. Martin Luther King was with his girl friend the night before he was killed. And who does not know that take away the title of the princess Di and she was just another slut who could not keep her panties on any time a male walked by her bedroom door, regardless of the fact that she was the mother of the future king of England. Or while still in office, Ronald Reagan suffered from the onset of Alzheimer and slept thru the cabinet meeting, along with his other problems.

So what does all of this have to do with the democracy in Pakistan and/ or the bearing of false witness, worshiping the false idols? You ask. Everything!

Tonight as Pakistan burns, and morns the death of her “beloved” Benazir”, I wonder who is to blame.

First of all let me say that I “AM” saddened by her passing as i would morn the unjust death of any human being, the death of any human being. I wish she had lived, and had been tried in an honest court on charges of corruption and nepotism, on charges of looting the Pakistani treasury, the way she was convicted once in a Swiss court. She did not deserve to die. But is she or was she martyred? In what cause, the cause of democracy?

The stupid mankind is doomed.

The news media in Pakistan are so corrupt that they are hiding the facts of her corruption, the woman never did stand up for the poor she so claimed to champion. Sind is the most oppressive of the poor farmers among the various regions of Pakistan. Today the same illiterate idiots beat their faces, burn the factories and banks and cars (of course along with the gangs of thugs) that she so long ignored, or provided only lip service to their cause.

Can anyone, “ANYONE” tell me what she did do in the last two terms she had, to improve the lot of the poor, to fight for the human rights of the working poor and peasants, to provide justice for the wronged, to truly give power to the people?

I thought so.

Was Benazir Bhutto for democracy? Did she think of herself as more than a mere mortal? There is no better witness to it than Bhutto herself. We know that Jesus, or the prophet Mohammed did not appoint any successors, that the prophet Mohammed refused to appoint any of his relatives, his daughter, a wife or his nephew and son in law to be the leader of Muslims after the prophet’s passing. Apparently Ms Bhutto did not deem it necessary to follow either of these examples, leaving her nineteen year old son as the heir to her apparent legacy. So much for the democratic ideals of Pakistan People’s Party, and what Bhutto thought of her followers.

She thought of herself as above the common Pakistani; please also notice her usually referring to herself as “US” and “WE” as in royalty. Her appointment of her son as the leader of the Pakistan Peoples Party shows her contempt of her followers, the Pakistani public and the democratic principles that she pretended to champion.

Lest we forget, Bhutto the father was not a champion of democracy either, upon losing his election when the East Pakistan (now Bengla Desh) voted against his party, Z.A. Bhutto preferred to separate East and West Pakistan in to two countries instead of relinquishing his power to the majority in the East.

Benazir, like her father, pretended to be a socialist, a person for the working people. Z.A. Bhutto nationalized, factories and industries owned by the Muhajirs and Punjabis, but that is where his socialism stopped, he did not go for land reforms leaving vast amounts of land in the hands of the few landlords who treat their peasants as slaves ( not virtual but in fact).

She was also far from being a socialist, a person of the people. She and her party looted the country and her foreign reserves. As the monies were transferred from the Pakistani ex-patriots working overseas, these monies instead of being used to build the Pakistan’s foreign reserves were instead transferred to overseas accounts controlled by her and her minions. Not during her administrations or over the period of her exile, no corporations or trust were established to help the poor, to improve the justice system. She did not speak out against the abuse of Muslim women in Islamic countries, or against slavery in her home district of Sind, or marriages of ten year old females. She was an imposter; she kept the money she stole, for her self. Can anyone show me any charitable organization, or a trust that she established for helping the poor of Pakistan, at least Angelina Jolie has adopted poor kids and is an honorary member of the UNHCR, what are the humanitarian credentials of Benazir, the false idol of the Pakistanis.

Benazir was a useful idiot, used by the government of the United States. When the U.S. thought Musharif to be ineffective in dealing with the terrorists, when the Pakistani Army started to lay down arms instead of fighting the Mujahidin, U.S. suddenly got over their amnesia and started to push for democracy in Pakistan, thus removal of Musharif. Benazir was a handy idiot, she could be bought of with the promise of becoming the prime minister again and Musharif could be sidelined. And she, hungry for power always suddenly remembered the poor in Pakistan again. U.S. should have provided her some protection, may be through Special Forces and this could have been accomplished without notice, this is a fault of the United States that they failed to protect their valuable asset and now is left to wonder what shoe will drop next in Pakistan.

Politics is like a dog race where in the winning dog gets the rabbit. Make of it whatever you like.

2 02 2008
asif malik

I think this is what most of the people in Pakistan believe in.

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