Posted on May 6, 2007
Filed Under >Raza Rumi, History, People, Politics, Society
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34 responses to “Pakistan Kafkaistan: Where the Absurd is always Normal”

  1. Watan Aziz says:

    Did we get where we are by mistake?

    And more importantly, what is being done, besides the talk, to drain the swamps?

  2. yussra says:

    i cant forget bhutto.they r awesome i also want 2 become politician like them

  3. vishwanath mishra says:

    hi, i m an indian.
    i saw ur is really an eyeopener to pakistani citizens.
    india 2 is not very fare at political level. political murders take place here, but inspite of all that here courts r doing their duty and politicians fear from court. again the free press is doing it’s duty, so it is unsafe for politicians.
    the ordianary muslims r very innocent and they become target by politicians everywhere in pakistan and in india, in the name of ISLAM and what happend in pakistan , as ur report sayz every dictator won and elected by people.

  4. Anwar says:

    Thanks Raza and Aqil. If we look back we will find that Pakistan’s participation in SETO, CENTO, Columbo Plan, and later in RCD was a product of our foreign policy of 1947 onwards..
    I have a lot of respect for Liaqat Ali Khan however it was during his time Pakistan got hitched with US. Establishment of US Air Force base in Badaber, Peshawar was another factor that invited the wrath of Soviet Union.(U2 used to fly from Peshawar – Garry Powel after being shot down admitted in Moscow.)
    Clearly, Pakistan’s dilema is the lack of statesmenship and good leadership. I have some thoughts on that subject but will leave it for future posting.