The So Called Liberal Secular Parties OF Pakistan Exposed

The approval of “Nizam E Adl” – The Sharia Ordinance in Swat by the National Assembly of pakistan has badly exposed the so called liberal secular champions of Pakistan. The Awami National Party (ANP), Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has voted in favor of the bill though the people have elected them because of their secular credentials and liberal ethos. We the people of Pakistan has no grievance for the notorious role of Muslim League Nawaz( PML N) as we all know that the PML Nawaz has proven links with the extreme rightist groups of Pakistan and Mian brothers themselves in 1998 tried to become Ameer Ul Momineen by introducing the Sharia Amendment in the constitution.

Thanks to our politicians that now the spokesman of Tehreek e Nifaz e Shariat is openly threatening to impose the customs of the Stone Age on rest of Pakistan. Sufi Muhammad the man responsible for all the menace in our northern province today said in an interview that according to Islamic laws Supreme & High Courts of Pakistan are illegal “ Ghair Sharaee”. May we ask our great Lawyers movement champions and Chief Justice of Pakistan that My Lord! The Sole Savior of our beloved land, where are you Sir? Where is Ali Ahmed Kurd with his fiery speeches and Aitazaz with all the bombardment of intellectual legal expertise? Are They Afraid to Muslim Khan or Maulan Umar The Taliban Spokesmen? At least to me it is very clear that they are so threatened by Talibs that I think no one of them even dare to condemn the atrocities commited by terrorists everyday.But why does Aitazaz care? His sons and daughters are settled in Europe & America and he can go abroad by the next available flight. The problem is with the common people of Pakistan who can not go any where and there very existence is in question.

The only party which opposes the Sharia bill is MQM, one must give them a cheer of applause that they courageously voiced against the terrorism and extremism. Ayaz Ameer was the second person to voice against the law but his party being a staunch supporter of Islamic extremists did not allow him to vote against the bill.
On 18th April the silent majority of Pakistan is completely shocked by the statement of our prime minister, the heir of great Benazir Bhutto, Yuuf Raza Gilani (The New Talib), while addressing a news conference in Karachi he advocated the case of Taliban with so much zeal and enthusiasm that perhaps after this job he would definitely be offered the job of Secretary Information in Taliban regime.

But we should not give up. The majority of Pakistanis are peace loving and believe in the peaceful co-existence we don’t need any coward Yusuf Raza Gilani or his bunch of rats to decide our destiny, every single Pakistani will fight for his survival and we all should condemn the policy of appeasement by PPPP & ANP as we know that when Chamberlain appeased Hitler Second World war destroyed whole Europe and we do not want destruction. We the Pakistanis want to live & live as we want and we are not ready to be sent in the stone age.


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