No – this ain’t about the movie.
I read in the news some days ago that the Sharif brothers said that the decisions will now be taken on street in the long march on 16th of March. PPP officially said that they will not make alliance with PML-N against the governor rule. Zardari sahab appointed Mr. Qamar as the new Air Chief (bypassing three of his seniors). It almost sounds like a repetition of Musharraf’s case.
Anyhow – that’s not the point.
The point is that they say that cats are more loyal to places and dogs are more loyal to people. From that, I can safely conclude that most politicians of Pakistan are dogs.
I don’t know what will happen on the sixteenth of March and how much bloodshed will happen in my beloved Islamabad.
But there was this movie Payback which had the following sequence of dialogues.
Porter: Who makes the decisions?
Carter: Well, a committee would make the decision in this case…
Porter: One man… you go high enough you always come to one man… who?
The real matter of worry is not that who is the man who is at the top. Concern is that where does the loyalty of that man(read: person) lie.
And in case of Pakistan, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out where his loyalties lie, lie, lie…
God bless Pakistan!