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    Posted March 3, 2014 by
    Attock, Pakistan

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    In Continuation of Crisis in Pakistan


    Today's alarming catastrophe in Islamabad has exposed the Govt. of Pakistan vulnerability, its timidity its idiocy its corruption and above all it subjugation under Saudi Arabia day before yesterday a call from Jeddah by a cleric of Pakistan obliged Pakistan govt to declare cease fire, little knowing that TTP has more than one hides to wear and impersonate.The boastful rhetorical of interior Minister couched in borrowed phraseology has been miserably rendered into ashes in the very capital whom he said was all peace.Now stage has reached where in Pakistan cannot be said to be a safe country from it capital to its remotest corners may be in Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan or KPK the capital is littered with dead bodies yet the govt can do nothing but to ask for report from IG Islamabad. The govt prompted its for turned friend i.e TTP to declare its innocence in the blast in district Courts of Islamabad and the media has lost no time to drum beat it.If TTP really innocent than who are so forceful that they can humble down the govt and the TTP itself. with whom there has been ceasefire? TTP? but they say we are ineffective. The govt who cannot locate the potential terrorist is surely to be defined as an incompetent State manager. some total of what has been happening in Pakistan is what is stated in the opening sentence meaning thereby that we are unfortunate to have the idiot the corrupt the coward the enslaved to rule us.

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