…. if the PPP channelled the spirit of it founder and discovered an audaciousness on which success in power politics is sometimes built, it could sack its tormentor-in-chief, Gen K.
A suicidal move? Perhaps. But on such bets is history made, and unmade.
Let him stay, and a death by a thousand cuts is virtually certain. But maybe he prefers conspiracy to directness because he can’t find it in himself to pull the trigger on a coup. Why not find out?
Nonsense, many may argue. The court won’t let the orders stand. Probably. But a coup by another name is still a coup.
Why not call the bluff and see where the chips fall? History beckons. Live in the present and a miserable fate awaits.
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