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    Zardari’s return looks doubtful - Syed Talat Hussain

    It increasingly looks likely that President Asif Ali Zardari may not come back to the country. The reports about his health do not appear promising. Official denials aside, the fit that he had last week seems to have damaged his faculties. This is why even UAE’s health care has not addressed the concerns about his well-being and now he is to be shifted to London. His close contacts reveal that they are already in touch with some of the top-ranking neurologists in England. One source says that the initial contact with these specialists reveals that he might be under treatment for a long time. Constitutionally, an impaired president is not something that is acceptable. Neither can a president be absent from duty for such a long time. An interim arrangement can work but not more than three months. The other reasons that militate against his return have to do with his own politics. Of late he has been increasingly paranoid about the situation developing around the presidency. Having enjoyed an unassailable position for three years, he felt that a range of new developments had begun to rock his boat. Supreme Court’s judgment in the NRO case, the Memogate scandal and growing dissension within the party ranks had all contributed to a state of mental siege. His allies continue to falsely believe in his steely nerves and think that he is immune to such pressure. Power is a strange brew. It lifts you up in the skies, but the higher you go the greater the fear of a free fall. A little shake in that condition can shatter the strongest of nerves. There are good reasons to believe that Asif Zardari might use this opportunity to stay out of a messy domestic situation especially if he believes that the noose of events is tightening around him. Pakistan’s recent political history is full of examples of individuals flying out of the country at the first drop of a hint of trouble. Politicians big or small, dictators, dissidents and even writers and scholars all take to their heels when the going gets tough and the life looks rough. The cold comfort of London is a world away from the warm but weary corridors of power that Asif Zardair has left behind. It would require an act of exceptional bravery and political talent for him to return to Islamabad and be the man that he was before last week’s fit. For now the odds are that he is going to chart a future in London.

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    is this a end of begining ?

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    I hope he does not recover and Allah SWT send Laqwa the facial palsy on all corrupt politicians like Zardari, Gillani, Nawaz corrupt Shareef, Altaf Hussain, Asfandar yar wali.. If they have laqwa they will at least entertain people. Every body should prey to Allah SWT to send Laqwa on corrupt and lier politicians.

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    Luttoo tay phutoo

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    Baba Bulley Shah: Even dogs are better than Zardari.

    بازی لے گئے کتے تیھتوں اُتے

    زرداری: کُتے بھی تم سے بازی لے گئے

    RaateeN jaageyN kareyN ibaadat......!
    ( In English Translation as well )


    RaateeN jaageyN kareyN ibaadat
    You wake up at night to pray
    RaateeN jaagan kuttey teython uttey
    Dogs are awake at night too, more than you

    Bhonkanon band mool naa hundey
    They never stop barking
    Jaa ruree tey suttey, teythoN uttey
    and sleep on heap of dump, are better than you

    Khasam apney da dar na chhaddey
    <<< They never leave the door of their provider >>>
    BhaaweyNso so wajjan jutey
    even if beaten by shoes

    Bulleh shah kooee rakht weyhaaj ley
    Bulleh Shah get into love someone
    Baazee ley gaey kuttey tethoN uttey
    <<< Or the dogs are better than you.
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    Re: Zardari’s return looks doubtful - Syed Talat Hussain

    Quote Originally Posted by NoToRi0uS View Post
    It increasingly looks likely that President Asif Ali Zardari may not come back to the country.

    These political media analysts have taken a long time to come to this conclusion. We the common folk, said from day one that this a One-Way Journey. He shall not see Pakistan again. What an unlucky fellow. He had an opportunity but his greed and lust for worldly gains distracted him and he lost 'dono jahan'.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NoToRi0uS View Post
    It would require an act of exceptional bravery and political talent for him to return to Islamabad and be the man that he was before last week’s fit. For now the odds are that he is going to chart a future in London.
    Many political shops are going to be tainted after the usual act of bravery and political talent which is President's trait and plus point. Syed Talat Hussain also played on the wrong wicket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoToRi0uS View Post
    It increasingly looks likely that President Asif Ali Zardari may not come back to the country. For now the odds are that he is going to chart a future in London.
    Aap k Muuh may Ghee Shakar !!! Hurray !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    ye hona to nahi chahiye abhi bhaag gaya to phir jab wapas aayega to hero bun jayega

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    ::javeria
    Aap k Muuh may Ghee Shakar !!! Hurray !!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    GHEE OR SHAKHAR dono bhut mahngay hain zardari sb ki maherbaani sai

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    Syed Talat Hussain got a big shock in his system

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gujjars View Post
    Syed Talat Hussain got a big shock in his system
    As they say in the States, don't celebrate until the check is CASHED. If you start celebrating and spend the money you have, and the check bounces, you will be in trouble.

    Zardari not coming back could also mean (my interpretation) that he is going to loose his powers. From now on, even if he gets to stay in Presidency, he will just be a Lame Duck President (Powerless). Where are all those people who were touting him as the shrewdest politician? Does one really need a PHd to understand his politics? Even the kids were asking "why is he so stupid?"


    Zardari was brought back to quell all the rumors and the turmoil that might have resulted from them. Smart move by whoever did it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tariqmmalik View Post
    As they say in the States, don't celebrate until the check is CASHED. If you start celebrating and spend the money you have, and the check bounces, you will be in trouble.

    Zardari not coming back could also mean (my interpretation) that he is going to loose his powers. From now on, even if he gets to stay in Presidency, he will just be a Lame Duck President (Powerless). Where are all those people who were touting him as the shrewdest politician? Does one really need a PHd to understand his politics? Even the kids were asking "why is he so stupid?"


    Zardari was brought back to quell all the rumors and the turmoil that might have resulted from them. Smart move by whoever did it.

    Your latest dad is going to be out of business when his powers get clipped and his right hand gets chopped off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoToRi0uS View Post
    It increasingly looks likely that President Asif Ali Zardari may not come back to the country. The reports about his health do not appear promising. Official denials aside, the fit that he had last week seems to have damaged his faculties. This is why even UAE’s health care has not addressed the concerns about his well-being and now he is to be shifted to London. His close contacts reveal that they are already in touch with some of the top-ranking neurologists in England. One source says that the initial contact with these specialists reveals that he might be under treatment for a long time. Constitutionally, an impaired president is not something that is acceptable. Neither can a president be absent from duty for such a long time. An interim arrangement can work but not more than three months. The other reasons that militate against his return have to do with his own politics. Of late he has been increasingly paranoid about the situation developing around the presidency. Having enjoyed an unassailable position for three years, he felt that a range of new developments had begun to rock his boat. Supreme Court’s judgment in the NRO case, the Memogate scandal and growing dissension within the party ranks had all contributed to a state of mental siege. His allies continue to falsely believe in his steely nerves and think that he is immune to such pressure. Power is a strange brew. It lifts you up in the skies, but the higher you go the greater the fear of a free fall. A little shake in that condition can shatter the strongest of nerves. There are good reasons to believe that Asif Zardari might use this opportunity to stay out of a messy domestic situation especially if he believes that the noose of events is tightening around him. Pakistan’s recent political history is full of examples of individuals flying out of the country at the first drop of a hint of trouble. Politicians big or small, dictators, dissidents and even writers and scholars all take to their heels when the going gets tough and the life looks rough. The cold comfort of London is a world away from the warm but weary corridors of power that Asif Zardair has left behind. It would require an act of exceptional bravery and political talent for him to return to Islamabad and be the man that he was before last week’s fit. For now the odds are that he is going to chart a future in London.
    کیا بنا میمو گیٹ کا کوئی تو بتاۓ ؟ طلعت تم ہی کچھ بولو نہ میری جان یوں نہ تڑپاؤ

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