In Pakistan Democracy Means Further Empowerment of Feudal Criminals



  • A lot of anchors and commentators on media are describing these days democracy as a great blessing from which Dr. Qadri is trying to deprive people of.

    I have no idea about the fairness of Dr.Qadri on his aims and objectives being described, but what he is telling about the ailments of Pakistan are based on truth. In Pakistan, democracy means further empowerment of criminal feudal class. Elections merely bring criminals in the parliaments. The same criminals then commit more henious crimes on the basis of their legal powers.



  • these criminals are the by product of feudal, landlords and their brown slave master establishment



  • so what are other options... we have seen more or less via army ?



  • I have a question to the revolution-seekers,

    Where this inqilaab liquidated on Thursday....

    Yesterday i was waiting for Ex-PM,Ex-President,Ex-Chief Minister,s public trial.Today im seeing Caretaker of the nation again in exile...

    Im trying to find a die hard chap since yesterday,Quaidkamazaar on the forum.I think he is busy ,may b constructing "Qadrikamazaar"



  • Democracy is functioning well in India and Bangladesh due to abolition of feudal system in early 50's. Unless feudal system is abolished, Pakistan will continue to suffer from insufferable problems and irrepairable losses.



  • Who ever thinks democracy was the last five years of Pakistan, is a fool. And who ever think that next five year will be democratic should pmln wins, is a bigger fool.



  • @Hussain Farooqui

    Unless feudal system is abolished, Pakistan will continue to suffer from insufferable problems and irrepairable losses.

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    Brother

    Very True



  • “Don’t Blow your Horn - the Nation is sleeping.”

    How to free Pakistan from the grip of most corrupt, incompetent and criminally well known rulers - PPP- Bhuttos-Zardari and the ...........,why there is no typhoon or another big earthquake in the Presidential Palace, the Assembly or where they occupy the public land? Everyday is fast becoming a tragic day. Human bodies –innocent civilians put to flames by the MQM-PPP gangsters in Karachi



  • TOP LEADERSHIP OF PAKISTAN.... A historical fact:

    Mr. Asif Ali Zardari: A cinema owner's son (thats another story how the cinema house was made by his father, a close aid of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto) who used to sell the tickets in black in 1970's, at Bambino cinema in Karachi. His wealth is in billions of US dollars worth.

    Mr. Nawaz SHareef: An iron-factory owner's son (Ittefaq fondry Lahore) in early 1980's his only property was returned back to him after Bhutto's nationalization. He is now the biggest industrialist in Pakistan. Has multi billion US dollars of property / business outside Pakistan.

    Mr. Asfand Yar Wali: Son of a socialist, rather communist leader Wali Khan, no one knows if his family ever had anything else than their own home. Has a luxrious lifestyle and spends most of his time abroad, in UK or Dubai.

    Mr. Altaf Hussain: His only wealth known prior to his becoming MQM leader is a 120-yard home and a Honda-50 bike. Living a luxrious life in UK for years.

    Balore Brothers: Their family business till recent past has been a retail grocery shop. They are amongst the rich of Peshawar now.

    Molana Fazalur Rehman: His only known business is his family mosque or madarsa in KPK. He owns a fleet of luxrious four-wheel drive land-cruisers.

    Ch. Shujaat Hussain: How the son of a police hawaldar Zahoor Ilahi (nick name: Jhoora Tibbay Wala) become such a big name in Pakistan politics, this a million dollar question. The family has more than a million dollars, so they themselves have the answer to this question.

    Mr. Akbar Bugti: He himself claims in his autobiography that he killed an opponent first time at the age of 14. He counted till 100 killings by himself and then got fed up, not killings, fed up of counting the deads. He owned a private tribal army and their salaries were being paid by Sui gas company. Yet his killing is being treated as a loss to the nation.

    A big list follows: The Jatois, The Makhdooms, The Khoros, The Wattos, The Mengals, The Raisanis, The Talpurs,The Shahs, The Syeds, The Jamots, The Magsis... well a long long list of those who influence, who matter, and above all who own democracy and the people.

    Apart from a few big cities of Pakistan. The whole population is in the clutches of these landlords, tribal leaders, and religion brokers.

    Its democracy for the elite, from the elite, and of the elite. People of Pakistan has nothing to do with it.



  • Mr. Ansari,

    Would you care to enlighten us of the wealth amassed by Army Generals in particular General (R) Akhtar Abdur Rehman. And also would you care to put some light on Jamat-e-Islami getting richer in Afghan war? I am all ears.



  • Mr. Rizwan Qaimkhani

    I never defended anyone who looted our beloved Pakistan. Jamaat Islami has been the beneficiary of Zia era so-called Jihad-e Afghanistan. And till today sharing the bounty in the name of Mujahideen

    Similarly militry and civil beurocracy is also no exception. They have taken due share in the loot. My point was to unveil the people whose business is democracy, who cry for us, the poor people of Pakistan, but just make money when in power. Their love for democracy is just for grabbing the power and money.

    The other intresting fact about our democracy is stunning.

    Despite the military rule in Pakistan for most of the time. Top ten Pakistani richest people list shows no military or establishment related name. While the no. 2 and no. 3 richest people of Pakistan are Asif Ali Zardari and Mian Nawaz Shareef.

    This top ten richest Pakstani list is avaiable on net.. with different sources of authentication.

    May Allah bless us n our country with His grace.



  • Did you ever bother to check the authenticity of this 'top ten' list? Is it based on some documentary evidence or on someone's fertile imagination?



  • Mr. Adonis....

    Sorry Bro... I dont like to argue for the sake of arguement.

    Kindly take the pain of research by yourself. If you could provide some authenticated version on top ten richest Pakistanis list... I will humbly accept it and will be thankful to you.



  • Mr. Ansari,

    I will try to find some more dirt on Generals but here is something that led some author to apologize for revealing the truth:

    “Gen Zia once told me when he came to Peshawar, he brought his wife in a Tonga. Similarly, Gen Akhtar Abdur Rehman told me that he could not even afford to buy a cycle. However, these people went on accumulating wealth and property in a manner which is incomprehensible,” she wrote.

    http://dawn.com/2011/09/18/begum-saifullahs-book-lands-like-minded-in-trouble/



  • @ mhansari

    Thanks for acknowledging that there is no authenticity of the alleged list of top ten wealthy Pakistani that you are quoting.

    It is quite funny that someone with too much time on his hand dreamed up something and put it on the internet as list of wealthy Pakistanis. Then a bunch of gullible simpletons started considering it 'authentic' simply because it was on the internet.



  • اگر پیسہ حلال طریقے سے کمایا ہوتا ہو لسٹ اوٹھنیٹک بھی ہوتی

    نواز اور زرادری جیسے حرام خور نہ تو ٹیکس دیتے ہیں ور نہ

    ہی اپنی دولت کا حساب

    افسوس اس بات کا ہے کے احمق قسم کے لوگ ایسی لسٹوں کے نہ ہونے کو اپنے لیڈر کی جیت سمھجتے ہیں



  • Gosh....

    Typical house ni gger......



  • Mr. Ansari

    Thanks for such a good input of information. The information is based on vareity of undeniable truths. Our poor country is suffering so badly in the clutches of these beasts.





  • رویل تقی بھائی ۔

    ایک طرف تو یہ شریف خاندان کے پچاری بڑی بے شرمی سے موروثی سیاست کی حمایت میں دن رات لگے رہتے ہیں اور دوسری طرف اب ان جعلی ڈگری والوں کو پاکستانی سیاست سے پاہر بھیکنیں کے بجائے ان کے قصیدے گا رہے ہیں ۔

    اپکی پوست کی ہوئی یہ تصویر سب کے پول کھول رہی ہے ۔۔۔۔

    بے شرمی کی بھی کوئی حد ہوتی ہے ۔۔۔


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