Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Letter to President of Pakistan



Dear Mr. President,

It's quite pathetic and sad that I'm forced to call you that, because the vast majority of this nation as well as myself don't regard you as a President let alone a sane human being fit to live in this world. How you got to where you are now was the... most disgusting display of corruption and heartlessness I have ever seen in my entire life, and I thought rigging polls were bad enough; you killed your own wife! Was that the only way you could have taken over Pakistan? By emotionally blackmailing people to voting for you and your corrupt party? It's hilarious to see you trying to compare yourself to the likes of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto or even Muhammad Ali Jinnah. You are in no way, shape or form even in the same universe as those people. As stuck up as Bhutto was, he did a lot for this nation and the youth responded to him. When he spoke of development and progress, they listened to him. When you speak, nobody gives a damn. Why? Because you're not really our President, you're just another guy who's filling up his Swiss Bank Account. Mister Ten Percent eh? More like Mister One Hundred Percent now. You promised us democracy, you failed. You promised us a stable economy, you failed. You promised us peace and security, you failed. You promised us a new age in politics, you failed. You promised to eradicate power outages, you failed. What good have you brought this nation? What Gunnah did the people of Pakistan commit to have you as the leader of this nation? Instead of doing what you promised, you have allowed American intelligence agencies to wreek havoc in Khyber Pakthunkhwa and now the rest of Pakistan sadly. And for what? So you can fill up your Swiss Bank Account with American dollars. How do you sleep every night? How do you sleep knowing that God is watching your every move? Do you have any shame? Don't you fear that one day what you have done you will be accountable for? I doesn't seem like it. I'm not criticizing you simply for the sake of it or because I belong to a rival party. Infact, all political parties in Pakistan are run by crooks and thieves be it Nawaz Sharif or any other. You all deserve to die...and die horrible deaths might I add. What I'm writing here is not only the sentiments of one person, but of an entire nation. Trust me on this one, you will pay for what you've done to Pakistan and if not in this life than in the next one surely. If you truly love Pakistan, which I honestly doubt you do, step down and admit to what you've done and what you are doing right now. But we all know it won't happen. You are not of that caliber as people like Quaid-e-Azam, Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, Allama Iqbal, Abdul Sattar Edhi and countless others who have earned there way into the hearts of everyone in Pakistan. If you have no intention to change and help Pakistan and the people of this great country, then people like you belong in prison. They should rot there until they die, so then they can burn in hell for eternity after that, because that's where you're going - Hell. I'd start packing some ice if I were you. Do humanity a favour. Step down and get lost.

Thank You,

From The People of Pakistan

P.S: Take you retarded EMO son Bilawal Zardari with you

6 comments:

Saadia Sidd said...

our leaders wont change unless we change…. and we are just not willing… it is always easier to blame. we love to blame others.. the feudal, the rich, the politicians, the army.. the bureaucrats the journalists.. dont we all belong to one or more of them.. y not change ourselves to change the institutions.

Afia imran said...

What’s the deal with these Zardari kids, Bilawal, Bakhtawar and Asifa? How can these out-of-touch-with-Pakistani-reality kids know a thing or two about what life in Pakistan is all about? Do they know how it feels to stay up at nights due to load-shedding or inhaling the smog-filled air of Pakistani cities? Have they ever driven on the broken streets of Pakistan? Have they ever dealt with any of the government institutions as a regular Pakistani? Have they ever been in an overflowing-with-kids Pakistani school bus? Have they even walked through the streets of Pakistan after a rain? Have they ever been to a grocery store in Pakistan?

Until these ‘imported’ kids experience living in Pakistan, they cannot and should not speak about the problems or plight of Pakistanis. This ‘imported’ ruler/elite tradition goes back to the days of the British Raj when every few years we would get a new Viceroy to rule our ancestors. Fortunately for us, the British left but they left behind this notion of ‘imported’ leaders, a curse that we still live with even now.

ali said...

Well it is quite clear that this person has big clash with Pakistan and Pakistani public.
He have been imposed over the Pakistani public not by himself but have been chosen by making this public emotional fool and although due to lake of knowledge it is also quite clear that in the dominance of zardari has the grate deal with Pakistani public.
I acknowledge my friends latter to Mr. President But it’s not going to work until and unless we unite as the quid-e-azam Muhammad ALi jinah wanted to unite this nation.
The Majority of the youth can take this person down else he is not even willing to go or he would’ never left this country until he sale it and slunk away to abroad.

ali said...

Only thing that has the power to change this Melancholy Fatality of this nation is youth and my friend all we need is one shoe to pick up and roll down all the corrupt political leaders.
One man gave us the lesson to roll them by throwing his shoe and I think that is the grate opportunity to make it possible and behind every revolution there is the violence.
We have the immense sources of web to unite the youth over these kinds of issues unlike our forefathers when they discovered this pak country whilst they had no face book or any other web source like this at their time so I think we need to utilize it in this way.

FaizAhmed said...

aaahhh only few stupid people like u will agree on this our president Asif Ali Zardari is best

Anonymous said...

well we need some changee but only criticizing iz not enough be practical