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Friday, 13 November 2009

The Triple S Brigade's ill-wish and Zardari's grave

"The Triple S Brigade" (i.e. Shaheen Sehbai, Shahid Masood, Shireen Mazari) are persistent in their anti-democracy and pro-Taliban agenda.

Lady Taliban, Dr Shireen Mazari, the Resident Editor of The Nation, has released the following report on President Zardari, through her reporter Maqbool Malik (a close associate of Ansar Abbasi), about the possible location of Zardari's grave.

The triple S brigade, and other Friends of Taliban in Pakistan, it would appear, are now resorting to ill-wishes in order to get rid of the democratic government. Here is the news item which appeared in The Nation on 11 November 2009, which is followed by a satirical analysis by Nazir Naji:

Zardari chooses Ghari Khudabakhsh as last abode
By: Maqbool Malik | Published in The Nation: November 11, 2009

ISLAMABAD – Struggling head-on to surmount a plethora of challenges, President Asif Ali Zardari has been contemplating about his future to the extent of even choosing his last abode, The Nation has reliably learnt on Tuesday.

According to sources close to the President, Asif Zardari has been brainstorming for some time whether it should be Ghari Khudabakhsh or Madina (Saudi Arabia) for his last resting place.

The sources were of the view that President Zardari has actually chosen Ghari Khudabakhsh as his last abode, which he reportedly believed, had more to do with the cause of democracy in the country.

“President Zardari is prepared to die for the cause of democracy rather than succumbing to any pressure to compromise”, the sources said.

According to the sources, the President has been making up his mind about his personal decisions for quite some time now. They also denounced the impression that he made up his mind after surviving three attempts aiming at unseating him from the power corridors. Rather, the sources added, the President was determined to do or die for his ambition of changing status quo with a governance system based on democracy and accountability.

Another source well acquainted with President Zardari shared with the TheNation the secret of Zardari’s self-assured grin saying, “It was always to give out a contrary impression.”

“Trust deficit has been haunting the President ever since he stepped into his political career”, the sources informed.

Ghari Khudabukhsh is the ancestral graveyard of President Zardari’s in-laws where apart from his assassinated wife and two times Prime Minister late Benazir Bhutto, his father in law late Z.A. Bhutto and brothers-in-law are buried.



7 comments:

Awais said...

i think its quadriple S bragade

Shaid masood
Shaheen Sehbai
Shereen mazari
[Irfan] Siddique.

Awais said...

i think simple be called as "The S Brigade"


and they all Sucks!

includes sharifs, Shujaats,

sherryx said...

Graves are strange things, may be for them graves are something to be dreaded. For them graves mean end, vanishing from history , from memory. Their graves are dead graves. Our graves are not dead, they are alive. Weather its graves of the unknown , or its the grave of Hussein in Kerbala, or graves of Gherhi Khudabux.
These graves are alive, more so than the dead phantoms like sheeren mazari
No one knows where grave of Yazid is or that of ammer-e-sham, or the grave of Zia and Ameer-e-sheriat which see no visitors
Zardari may go to grave but let me assure you where ever he goes, his will be more living than yours.

Aamir Mughal said...

MORE ON SOUTH ASIA TRIBUNE & SHAHEEN SEHBAI:

What is Shaheen Sehbai’s Game? November 13, 2009 at 7:02 am

http://alaiwah.wordpress.com/2009/11/13/what-is-shaheen-sehbais-game/

Shaheen Sehbai Trying to Knock out Zardari and Army Simultaneously?

http://pakistanmediawatch.com/2009/11/12/trying-to-knock-out-zardari-and-army-simultaneously/

Ali Arqam Durrani said...

Abdul....The proactiveness of A TV Newschannel or Newspaper revolves around its Tax Default...

http://www.aajkal.com.pk/news/2009/11/14/editorial_n2.jpg

Aamir Mughal said...

Shaheen Sehbai praises Asif Ali Zardari.

SOME YEARS BACK SAME SHAHEEN SEHBAI ON ASIF ALI ZARDARI IN HIS AMERICAN BASED WEB BASED MAGAZINE SOUTH ASIA TRIBUNE!

http://chagataikhan.blogspot.com/2009/11/shaheen-sehbai-praises-asif-ali-zardari.html

Abdul Nishapuri said...

In the words of Babar Sattar: Seeking Zardari's ouster through judicial activism or military adventurism, or contriving other extra-constitutional initiatives to implement the 'minus-one formula' will be no panacea to our multi-faceted problem. The need of the hour for PPP is to (i) rely on PML-N for political stability, (ii) undertake constitutional reform that makes the executive more accountable to parliament and strengthens provincial autonomy, (iii) bring within the state's decision-making hierarchy credible PPP leaders, such leaders Aitzaz Ahsan, Raza Rabbani and Sherry Rehman, exclude the likes of Rehman Malik and Salman Taseer, and cultivate the sense that PPP is not just tinkering with the fa├žade but changing the structure and complexion of governance, and (iv) initiate a non-partisan accountability drive to check growing corruption and cronyism.

There is no reason for Nawaz Sharif to seek Zardari's removal at the expense of strengthening the army and further aggravating the civil-military imbalance that will be the bane of any future PML-N government. An enfeebled president also suits the army for now as it enables khakis to exercise power without authority and continue to pull strings from behind the curtain. But growing unpopularity is like an autoimmune disease that could bring Zardari and the PPP down. If Zardari can facilitate the process of reform with a sense of urgency and reconcile with limited constitutional authority and relative anonymity, he could end up saving himself and strengthening his party. But there is no room to falter anymore and time is of the essence.
http://thenews.com.pk/daily_detail.asp?id=208347

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