Pak Army Chief Gen. Kayani (2nd from right),
spy chief Gen. Pasha with US commander
Admiral Michael Mullen.
|Gen. Athar Abbas: PR means lies?|
The poem says that the generals have failed on the geographical frontiers and thus have created an imaginary ideological frontier for themselves. Because it's easy to fight on this new frontier with pawns and terrorist outfits, named as strategic assets.
"The Army Chief in Pakistan is like a despot king," Mr. Sulemani says, "who can kick the Constitution aside anytime or change the Parliament into a committee with the indication of his Command Stick! And many parliamentarian, out of fear, vow to support the generals in every condition! Today, this is ground reality in our National Security State, known as the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. I don't know how historian will describe our current politicians, generals, judges and journalists in the future!"
|Gen. Beg: evil guru?|
These people are the real enemies of the people and Pakistan. But they paint themselves as military-type patriots (although they are civilians but paid by the military establishment). They always lick the dirty boots of the generals, and insult the civilian leadership—They've no loyalty to anyone at all. They just love their perks and privileges for doing nothing but developing foolish conspiracy theories (spreading in the cyberspace) and proving that our military men are just dumb stupid animals!
Thus these intellectual morons bring a bad name to our security forces and country. The secret agencies reportedly publish their bullshit in newspapers and make their appearance sure on the electronic media. They also train the cyber jihadists! From the political establishment to media tycoons, no one can stop them as they're the blue-eyed boys of the military establishment, controlled by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
"Generals! Finish this bullshit now otherwise the morons are going to finish you—before time in the explosion of social media networks!"
|Gen. Gul, the sick mind?|
The term of "bloody civilians" is what military officers often use for rest of the population in Pakistan. And this mindset is the reason behind the long military dictatorship in the country, and the common people are suffering at the hands of some generals who take wrong decisions on the part of the 180 million helpless people of this begging nuclear power.
|Zaid Hamid - spy-intellectual?|
|Ahmed Quraishi, spy-journo?|
General Kayani! Get retirement and join politics openly. Otherwise, let democracy work in Pakistan. Only in this way our military as an organization can get back public respect and Pakistan will win global respect.
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