Pakistan: sixty-two years after birth

nawaz_wali_zardariBy B. R. Gowani

Courtesy: Globeistan

President is billionaire

Main opponent, twice in power, also a billionaire

The ruling clique is bloody rich

Country has nuclear weapons

Additionally, the world’s Master is kind

And provides the protective shelter

In this country’s biggest city

A kindly man was distributing:

Not Cars

Not Tvs

Not Computers

Nor Transistors

But … Flour

A staple food for most

So there was a long line

A chaos ensued resulting in a deadly stampede

17 women and 1 teenage girl died

Waiting in a lethal queue

Albeit, unbeknownst …

To receive flour

And make chapattis

To kill hunger of family members

Instead they got killed

In 62 years,

The ruling class has given wars,

Dismemberment of country,

Insecurity and internal chaos,

Poverty and sectarianism.

What if …

the ruling clique is

Blown away US style

With missile from the air

Or executed Taliban style

With knives, stones …

Or killed Argentine military style

By dropping from airplanes

Or putting them on fire Hindu fanatics style

By forcing kerosene down their throats

Or murdering them Israeli army style

By making them move, i.e., “the neighbor procedure”?*

B. R. Gowani can be reached at

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One thought on “Pakistan: sixty-two years after birth”

  1. Description of problems is very lucid. You are obviously a progressive.
    you have not offered solutions.
    you are based in Canada. there is a trilateral conference in Toronto from October 2 to 4. will you be there?
    The solution in my mind is unrelenting class struggle. We will have to shed ethnic, sectarian and linguistic prejudice.

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