Waseem Badami lashes out at Modi and praises Raheel Sharif in his own Style!!

jimpack

Minister (2k+ posts)
Re: Waseem Badami lashes out at Modi and praise Raheel Sharif in his own Style!!

Idiot talking as if pak is so Innocent. Go lick your Army's boots.
 

Tutiya

MPA (400+ posts)
Re: How will General Raheel's tenure be remembered?

Qadri aur PTI k liay ... yaad e maazi azaab ha yarub
notso shareef k liay... jaan bachi to lakhon paey
Altaf bhai k liay.... G***nd phar d
 
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Respect

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Re: How will General Raheel's tenure be remembered?

He should have done more. if he had taken down status quo powers he cud have been remembered as a legend. We have too remember that due too previous General performance which was next too nothing he has done way better but not enough. He will be remembered as a good General that should have done more for Pakistan
 

Reason

Minister (2k+ posts)
Re: How will General Raheel's tenure be remembered?

He should have done more. if he had taken down status quo powers he cud have been remembered as a legend. We have too remember that due too previous General performance which was next too nothing he has done way better but not enough. He will be remembered as a good General that should have done more for Pakistan

Abraham Lincoln could have also started NASA and reached the moon, but he only freed slaves. Change is incremental. General Raheel set a precedent, and thats what he will be remembered for. He put institution above himself.
 

Proudmuslim

MPA (400+ posts)
Re: How will General Raheel's tenure be remembered?

Abraham Lincoln could have also started NASA and reached the moon, but he only freed slaves. Change is incremental. General Raheel set a precedent, and that’s what he will be remembered for. He put institution above himself.

You need one kayani to bring your institution to where it was before and Pakistan is full of them. Raheel shareef had a chance to get rid of status quo and bring clean people up but he missed it and now status quo will bring this institution to same level as others after he gets clean chit from Supreme Court.
 

Reason

Minister (2k+ posts)
Re: How will General Raheel's tenure be remembered?

You need one kayani to bring your institution to where it was before and Pakistan is full of them. Raheel shareef had a chance to get rid of status quo and bring clean people up but he missed it and now status quo will bring this institution to same level as others after he gets clean chit from Supreme Court.

Thats not how it works. Institutions evolve. Democracy evolves. General Raheel shareef is not a laundry which cleans up dirty people. His job description is the physical security of Pakistan within the constitution. If what you say worked, US and other developed democracies would appointed military chiefs instead of opting for long hard approach of democracy. Pakistan army is one institution out of many that is part of a federal government. It does, what the federal government wants it to do. The head of the federal government is the Prime minister. No matter who that individual is, it is not armys mandate or job to disobey their chief executive.
 

Respect

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Re: How will General Raheel's tenure be remembered?

That’s not how it works. Institutions evolve. Democracy evolves. General Raheel shareef is not a laundry which cleans up dirty people. His job description is the physical security of Pakistan within the constitution. If what you say worked, US and other developed democracies would appointed military chiefs instead of opting for long hard approach of democracy. Pakistan army is one institution out of many that is part of a federal government. It does, what the federal government wants it to do. The head of the federal government is the Prime minister. No matter who that individual is, it is not army’s mandate or job to disobey their chief executive.

In normal circumstances u wud be right but we are speaking about Pakistan. Democracy is not evolving in Pakistan because there is not much of it. But must say corruption has been evolving and if it does not STOP army will have to come in.

Its corruption evolving not democracy.
 

Reason

Minister (2k+ posts)
Re: How will General Raheel's tenure be remembered?

In normal circumstances u wud be right but we are speaking about Pakistan. Democracy is not evolving in Pakistan because there is not much of it. But must say corruption has been evolving and if it does not STOP army will have to come in.

Its corruption evolving not democracy.

we have had 40 years of military rule. Your treating a wound with a failed medicine over and over again. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. And yes we are talking about Pakistan, because Pakistanis are also human beings.
 

Proudmuslim

MPA (400+ posts)
Re: How will General Raheel's tenure be remembered?

we have had 40 years of military rule. Your treating a wound with a failed medicine over and over again. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. And yes we are talking about Pakistan, because Pakistanis are also human beings.

And last 5+3 look who we got mr 10% and mr panama shareef and sons. Tell me which institute is doing its job?? corrupt nation ke corrupt leaders.
 

Reason

Minister (2k+ posts)
Re: How will General Raheel's tenure be remembered?

And last 5+3 look who we got mr 10% and mr panama shareef and sons. Tell me which institute is doing its job?? corrupt nation ke corrupt leaders.

You don't understand logic do you? In a democracy, a nation doesn't become superpower overnight. There are setbacks, failures, institutional failures, etc. Nation evolves, they learn from mistakes, and they work to improve. If institutions in Pakistan aren't doing their, then we have to struggle to fix that and improve them. By now after 70 years, if we still haven't learned that military takeovers are disastrous to say the least, then we deserve to be treated like sh!t from the rest of the world. You don't do a right thing by using a wrong method. Fighting corruption is right, using military intervention to do it is wrong and even worse than the deed of corruption itself. Hope you understand.