Is it a mere co-incidence or planned lobby involved?(11 posts)
Posted 1 year ago on 18 Nov 2012 7:54 #
points to ponder!Posted 1 year ago on 18 Nov 2012 12:00 #
i think Insaaf cheeta will answer us. Because these are facts and real questions. and we know all insaafcheeta with his abusive language will give us the answers. Where are you my dear Insafcheeta................Posted 1 year ago on 18 Nov 2012 12:14 #
You can be sure you'll never receive any comment on your points from anywhere!
About two moths ago I had highlighted an analysis of a very cleverly thought script on this very forum where the American national Mansoor Ajaz was selected to play a role of main witness by appearing in Pakistani Court that had to help arrest Zardari & Co under highest treason in order to make place for new comers. Had this plan gone successfully through then Mushi was to come back from Dubai to Pakistan immediately for contesting the election that had to be held in emergency immediately. Obviously Mushi would have become President of Pakistan again by the help of fake elections, and IK the PM of Pakistan. According to the same analyses also the last year October Jalsa in the ground of Meenar-e-Pakistan was a part of the same script where IK's image had to be portraid as a very popular leader of the nation just to make sure that the nation does believe in genuineness of high marginal victory of IK.
Worth mentioning that Mushi and all his supporters from all over the world were absolutely ready to fly to Pakistan. Unfortunately, it's to believe, that Hilary Clinton interfered which did not allow Mansoor Ajaz to fly to Pakistan for witness. That's how the whole drama flopped altogether. Most probably the meeting of Gen. Pasha and M.Ajaz in London last year was also a part of the rehearsal of this drama. Also Mushi and his friends canceled their trip, and perhaps forever. I leave it to you to think that which mafias were behind all those PTI Jalsas. And who helped to make Karachi Jalsa a big and successful Jalsa.
Surprisingly no comment was received from any blogger of this forum in this rgard last time. So, if you think such fictious toughts are of no meaning or baseless, so be it. Otherwise please say what you think of this analysis. That will be a great help if you corrected me here. Thanks.
PN. This should not be considered as any accusation. It's only a part of analyses based upon all that stuff took place in those days. Yhank you.Posted 1 year ago on 18 Nov 2012 15:47 #
In fact, Imran's biggest impact may be to nick seats from Sharif, helping President Asif Ali Zardari stay in power.
Elections due next year are certain to see the former all-rounder pick up seats. But how many?Posted 1 year ago on 18 Nov 2012 16:13 #
@ J.A.Khan and MuazzamAli
Your analysis is very logical. There was a deep conspiracy by "establishment" (Pasha, Mush and their pawn IK). But what is the way forward?
Do you think a pawn of establishment can tame the mighty Army?
Don't you think that IK's popularity (artificially hiked by Pasha) is now fast sliding after his retirement?
Do you agree that the pawn has been planted to break right vote bank as they know that Nawaz Sharif will control them rather?? (NS has never accepted dictation and is the only leader who can face mighty military).Posted 1 year ago on 18 Nov 2012 16:57 #
Yes, I'll bit to that. NS has got the most vision and sense amongst the whole lot. I personally believe NS could prove himself a great help to Pakistan in current internal and external situation, since he has gone a very rough time through, indeed, and he seems the most honest and loyal to Pakistan despite of his all wrong doings comparing to all others. Well, that's my point of view, wrong or right, besides the point. CheersPosted 1 year ago on 18 Nov 2012 17:11 #
@ Muazzam Ali & J.A. Khan
Both have raised some valid points, and iam sure these points will be remained unanswered and all you are going get is abusive replies from you know who...Posted 1 year ago on 18 Nov 2012 17:18 #
since NS has gone a very rough time through, indeed, and he seems the most honest and loyal to Pakistan despite of his all wrong doings comparing to all others. Well, that's my point of view, wrong or right, besides the point. Cheers
I totally agree with your view point, past experience learns the person all about good and bad he faced in his life, so I think NS had taught a lot from his past experience.Posted 1 year ago on 18 Nov 2012 17:19 #
Take my words that IK will have to face a very big embarrassment if elections ever held. In my point of view IK and his top brass colleagues know the reality already.
I think now there is also a big money involved to make NS lose elections by all means in order to let Zardari & Co. win, for Zardari and establishment seem now **** close to eachother. And both have got close ties to USA as well.
Now who will pay and who will receive that big money to make NS lose as many seats as possible in both national and provincial assemblies is something I leave to every individual to seek answer for. I think by now everybody should know who is a great money maker, and that who is the greediest person when it comes to collect money from everywhere. However, I'm sure Zardari will be the President of Pakistan again for another five odd years if elections held at all. CheersPosted 1 year ago on 18 Nov 2012 18:04 #
it is proved many a times that IK supports zardari and MQMPosted 1 year ago on 18 Nov 2012 18:59 #
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