Monday, March 4, 2013



As I sat down and ponder as to how and why things became like this I can only but wonder who is really guilty?  I just realized we all are as we the people have the power within us to destroy the present philosophy that we are puppets in the greatest revenge of all times that this nation has witnessed…  I guess convenient Democracy is just another name for terrorism.  And like you who are reading this I too am guilty for allowing it to happen.  We have been subconsciously allowed ourselves to be imprisoned by those who run around destroying all that matters to us. All we do is complain on twitter and Facebook and if someone actually starts a “fashionable dharna” in a location where it will not matter we run to applaud it. 

If you want to stage a protest then why not do it where it will hurt those who are enjoying watching us squirm atop a hill in a palace with a beverage in one hand and a ten thousand rupee cigar.  Why not make them feel that the nation which survives on the 80 / 20 rule where us the burgers or the elite who contribute to about 80% of the country’s economy are always being kidnapped or held up along with the masses. 

Do we have the guts to gang up at the CM House or form a mob outside the governor house?  Do we have it in us to drive up bath island and stand in front of IG house with all our goons and demand one thing which is either those idiots who we have empowered WILL do their jobs (no choices given) or we WILL deal with them and their families who are safe behind the protection that we pay for?

Why are we blocking roads that are deserted and why on earth are we making a noise where there is no audience?  Why don’t we take accountability of the fact that we feel that we absolve ourselves of any form of guilt because we are too used to playing the part of victims in the modern day comic tragedy.  I would like to state that rather than washing away guilt in the comfort of those with social agendas we need to plan and organize a serious call for a reality check.  We are repeatedly told that Democracy is the best revenge but oddly enough have we ever questioned “revenge upon who and why?”

If you we want to wash away our sins and claim that we are a truly independent nation then we need to take charge now and stop barking in dead alleys.  If we truly believe that there is no form of sectarian violence and that we as Shia’s and Sunni’s are one then we should clearly show it.  Standing on an empty road and screaming Labaik Ya Hussain! Or trying to relate everything with Karbala and victimization will not do because those who are supposed to listen are too busy recovering from a hangover today after last night’s bash in Clifton.

I cannot do it alone and nor can you alone but what everyone can do is organize and become TUQ’s in our own rights and pinch those who we pay to abuse us where it hurts.  Irrespective of what has happened with TUQ he did manage to stir up a hornets nest and bring them into a shoebox to talk to him.  We the people have so much power and I wish we would organize it and use all our resources wisely and rather than doing what’s in fashion do what is right!  Let’s believe in ourselves and stop trying to wash away guilt which is senseless…  It’s time to hit back where it hurts to those who we want to listen to us.  As a country we can drag those guys down to our level and really let them feel the power of the people…

Please stand up and unite somewhere where it means something! 

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