Posted on March 13, 2009
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67 responses to “Geo Blocked. Sherry Resigns. Hundreds Arrested. Crackdown on Long March. Efforts to Cool Tensions Heat Up. Uncertainty Rules.”

  1. bonobashi says:

    @Pakistani

    No, beyond a point, no friend will tell you. We have no business telling you (I include big fat idiot countries who should go home and mind their own business instead of giving themselves airs and graces). Ultimately, the decision is yours. Friends can only suggest, advise, argue, that kind of thing. When the chips are down, it is every Pakistani who loves her or his country who must decide.

    For those of us who have been reading the comments on this forum, and others similar, there can be no doubt that there is enough informed and intelligent opinion about the situation for the right decisions to be taken. What those decisions are has to be finally your choice.

    We can only pray for you, those of us who are of a praying disposition, or will you to win, if we are among those who will not pray. Go for it.

    But cut yourselves some slack. You should have been on this side of the border when the Nav Nirman agitation under JP was in full swing. We thought the country was falling apart. It didn’t.

  2. ali qureshi says:

    we are ready for democracy today.
    we are…
    let the cards play out…
    have patience my friends…

    let the system (i.e. elections, the development of democratic institutions) weed out those who never live up to their promises to the people of pakistan…

    the army are the chowkidaars of the nation. their taking over pakistan is tantamount to your chowkidaar taking over your house – on the premise that..”sir, i can run this house better…”

    the army has never allowed democracy to flourish. that’s why we see the same political leaders play musical chairs with the powers to be of our beautiful nation.

    education of the voter is not necessarily through books and sitting in the classrooms. the media plays a far more prominent role in educating the masses.

    my point is. let things play out. no gain, without pain..