Posted on December 27, 2010
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37 responses to “Benazir Bhutto: What Would She Think of Pakistan Today?”

  1. Faraz says:

    A number of people have claimed BB had matured since the last time she got elected. What makes you say that? Did she ever show any remorse for any of the mistakes she committed during her two tenures?

  2. KJKlardie says:

    Though it is hard to say what Ms. Bhutto would think of today’s conditions in Pakistan I strongly believe it would be in a totally different place. ( Excluding the floods). Ms. Bhutto was highly educated in politics and had matured considerably since she last held office. It appeared to me in 2007 more than ever, that was the time for her to hold office and be of constructive benefit to her country. I don’t believe Mr. Zadari knows how to handle the extreme situations he has been faced with since Ms. Bhutto’s passing. I believe Ms. Bhutto would have reconciled with other countries to end the many conflicts and that she would have received an overwhelming amount of aide during Pakistan’s flood. Ms.
    Bhutto made herself public and let people know what was going on when it was going on. I believe Pakistan would be in a much better place. You’ve got to be a people person and be willing to show leadership when needed but also know when to be strong enough to reconcile. Either way you need to keep everyone involved in what your doing. Its their country too. You want them to continue their belief in you.
    Pakistan lost the most important leader they could have had at that time when that leadership could have made a change for good in the history of Pakistan. Ms. Bhutto’s death has set them back many years. I don’t see a change in sight. It
    will take centuries or a miracle. I think she would be very disappointed and discouraged at what she would see today.