Monday, August 4, 2014

PTI / PAT Long March - Are we ready for a Revolution?

   No we as a nation are not ready for a Revolution.

   Many of the reader will have a different argument but looking at the circumstances, it is not very difficult to predict, that, we are some light years from any drastic change; what to talk about a revolution.

   We are a naive nation who is made to believe by our political master to be very clever, cunning and bright people when it comes to political twists and turns. This is the only way that our rulers whether military or civil, has managed to rule us that long.

   Coming to the PTI / PAT long march. Yes a ripple will be created, if at all the long march gets going; but, there are likely chances that this march may never materialize. Nawaz Shareef and his government will try to convince the political leaders to stay away from such agitation, failing which, they will resort to the old tactic of bribing the people with temporary relief measures. Few are as under:

   a.   Opening up of CNG 24/7 in the wake of "improving" gas situation in the country
   b.   Reducing the price of petroleum products keeping in view the "global" trends.
   c.   Provision of continuous electricity to the people at "cheaper" rates.
   d.   Distribution of food items (brayani etc) through government ministers and members assembly at the cost of tax payers money.

   The above measures will make our "Awam (Nation)" forget about the miserable failures of the government and there will praises from all quarters on the dividend of democracy and excellent governance skills of the present regime.

   This all will, for sure, fade the zeal of the oppressed for a long march as "change" or "revolution" would already be happening.

   The only fear i have, keeping in view the dictatorial mindset of the Prime minister, it is very likely that he may resort to tactics that are contrary to the above mentioned points. This will for sure set the wheel in motion. Wheel of change, that may come to an abrupt stop on assumption of reign by a third party.

  In any case, the change or a revolution we are dreaming for, or, what our leaders are making us dream for; is a castle in the air.

   No we as a nation are not ready for a Revolution!


Saturday, August 2, 2014

World Humanitarian Day

   The World Humanitarian Day is on Aug 19, i have a feeling how will the UN and its distinguished members will feel on that day while there is a massacre going on in Palestine, Kashmir, Ukraine, most of African nations and practically every part of the world that does not fall under 2nd or 3rd world domain.

Paul George's ankle injury

   Team US Showcase game came to an abrupt conclusion when Paul George met with a gruesome  injury just above his ankle. It was just  9 mins and 33 sec remaining on the clock, when this injury happened. Game was stopped in honor of the injured player.

   It seems that the injury has occurred at "tibia" or "fibula" areas located just above the ankle joint.

  What needs to be seen is the final opinion of the doctors with regards to surgery or not. As in the former case the recovery time may very from 12 to 14 weeks, with cast on the leg for about 6 to 8 weeks. In case of surgery the recovery period is likely to increase.

  For the all the fans out there it is hoped that injury is less damaging and that that doctors decide to go with the cast and not surgery.

  We wish Paul George all the best and speedy recovery to entertain us with his skills and speed in the near future.


Friday, August 1, 2014

Israel Palestine Conflict - Massacre of Palestinians

    By definition conflicts means, "A serious incompatibility between two or more opinions, principles or interests" 

   If we take this definition then, there is indeed a serious compatibility issues between occupation forces ( Read Israel) and the occupied species ( Read Palestine). It is infact a conflict between a toy and a machine gun! Here i must say, that, It is astonishing to see blaming of Palestinians by free world regimes still after the occupied forces are on a massacre spree, with their law makers calling to kill the mothers instead of the fighters.

   To me the only one to blame are the Muslim countries, especially the Arabs ( read Arab governments), who like to be Champions of Islam but in fact are just coward rats living their lives off luxuries provided by the West.

   I do not blame Israel as it is the enemy and as wild animal, anything is expected out of them. I also do not blame their watchdog (US Regime, not the people) as it is the job of the dog to wag the tail to every whim and command of their master.

  I blame the Arabs in general and Egyptians in particular, who are directly involved and responsible for the massacre of the Palestinian people. It is the vested interests that are barring them from taking any action against the genocide being carried out by Israel.

  I also blame the Muslim Jehadists who can only wage a war against the Muslim countries as they are funded, trained and equipped by the West. Their influence has increased after the Arab Spring that has gone down in a bad way and has replaced the stable governments with chaos. This is the situation that is being exploited by the Zionist regime to bring hell on earth in Philistine.

   It is time for the people of the world regardless of their race, color and religion to stand up for the peace and stop the elite from the massacre for their own gains. Conflict resolution is the key that requires just treatment to all the factions to achieve a lasting peace.