August 23rd, 2008 – Dan Qayyum (PakistanKaKhudaHafiz.com)
“I am from the people. I don’t belong to a powerful family. I rose from the middle class. I am from the people and that is why I feel their pain, their difficulties. It lives with me. I thank them from the bottom of my heart for their support.
Pakistan is my passion. My Ishq. I’ve served 44 years in the Armed Forces of Pakistan defending it with my life, and I will not hesitate to lay down my life even now for Pakistan.
I am sad that Pakistan is spiralling down fast. For the people my heart is weeping. We were going in the right direction, our children were getting education. We were thinking of opening up more top universities, improve the health and social situation, the world was watching us rise steadily… But now, where we are going?
People will never forgive this Government if they fail to set things right.
I have faith that even without me, this nation will rise with the same fervour, strength and conviction that was seen in 1947, when it was believed that Pakistan wouldn’t last long. It wouldn’t have if it wasn’t for this nation and the people, their strength and ability which took us forwrad. We need the same strength again.
May Allah protect Pakistan from the conspiracies, and ease the difficulties of its people.
Pakistan Ka Khuda Hafiz.
Pakistan Ka Allah Hami-o-Nasir ho.
Pakistan Hamesha, Paindabad..!”
With these words, President Musharraf has left the stage. The people we have incharge today are threatening to undo all the good work carried out during the Musharraf years. Infact they’ve already started.
Our foreign reserves have been halved, the KSE is down by nearly 40%, the Rupee is down at around 75 to the Dollar, petrol prices have seen unprecedented rise in record time, instead of creating jobs this government has sacked 80,000 employess of the NCHD, which was awarded a UN Literacy award in 2006 in recognition of its services to raise the literacy rate in the country.
This ofcourse is just the tip of the iceberg.
The grand plan, the Balkanization of Pakistan, had kicked off a while ago. Getting rid of President Musharraf had been decided ever since Musharraf had Bugti executed, after being presented with evidence showing Bugti’s role in the planned ‘liberation’ of Balochistan, and his connections with foreign agencies.
Bugti’s killing sent a shockwave all the way from New Delhi, to Tel Aviv, to Langley. That, coupled with Musharraf’s refusal to punish or hand over Dr AQ Khan to the Americans, sealed his fate.
Benazir Bhutto was brought back from the dustbins of Pakistan’s politics and immediately she was singing to the tune of the Americans, promising permission for the American forces to attack ‘terrorists’ on Pakistani soil, promising to deliver them Dr. AQ Khan, and finally, something which probably sealed HER fate in Pakistan, her promise to reign in the all powerful Inter-Services Intelligence Agency (ISI).
Various ‘Taleban’ groups were created inside Pakistan that openly preached hatred against Pakistan’s army, carrying out various attacks on army targets as well as civilians and suddenly there was an alarming rise in terrorist attacks inside the country. What do you do when you can’t defeat a motivated and seemingly organized enemy? You infiltrate their ranks in disguise.
Mullah Omar, the original Taleban head fighting the Americans and Nato inside Afghanistan, disowned Baitullah Mehsud’s so called ‘Pakistani Taleban’ almost immediately after its formation. Communication equipment and weapons found in Lal Masjid and recently in Swat were far more advanced than what the Pakistan Army uses. Despite Pakistan providing details of Mehsud’s whereabouts to the Americans a number of times, no action was taken to take out this apparently ‘wanted’ terrorist.
Having a friendly government incharge, one who’s strings the US can pull at will given the criminal charges against its TOP man, is a big help to the Americans. With Musharraf gone, they will once again attempt to reign in the ISI by placing it under the Interior Ministry, systematically increase their army presence inside Pakistan at the pretext of training our forces in counter-terrorism and improving their fighting skills in the ‘war on terror’. Balochistan is to be ‘liberated’ into an independent state, where the US will main a large military base, not only denying the rapidly rising Chinese a vital trade route, but also mainting a presence in a critical geographical region to keep an eye on Iran, the Middle East, India and China. The frontier province is to become a part of a larger Afghanistan, leaving Pakistan with bits of Sindh and Panjab, and a leadership that is subservient to India.
President Musharraf’s removal was a small, but key part of this plan. It is now time to brace ourselves for an open onslaught.
‘Pakistan ka Khuda Hafiz’ ( President Musharraf, Resignation Speech, August 18, 2008 )