Monday, February 08, 2010

Pakistani "democracy" at work

This is just too good not to post. This is exactly the sort of "leader" they want for us. Don't you just love dhemockazy?

PS - Fear not, regular blogging to restart soon. Better get that kosher tissue paper box ready, shlomos.


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lwtc247 said...

Salam DrM.

LOL at this.

It's a shame Muslims put such hope in people like this guy, who ends up knifing them in the back.

Islam is infested with "hero" worship.

See the worlds press go on about the Dubai assassination passports and less (much less) on the fact Israyhell has international assassins that operatte with impunity with the support of the US UK.

The law is dead and soon so shall us sub-humans.

{sorry I don't get much chance to comment, but I do read and appreciate this blog - time to me is like a Zionist to a Palestinian. It's robbing me blind}

DrMaxtor said...

Waliakum Asalam Lwtc247,

I wouldn't say we have a hero worship problem. Zardari is the most unpopular leader Pakistan has ever had. Even the PPP despise him with a passion.
Theres a reason his body guards aren't locals.

lwtc247 said...

Noted, but specifically in Zardari's case, I was referring to his hard core supporters and those able to put him in the seat of power he currently squats on, which then preject hero worship onto him (for the benefit of shadowy overlords of course)

Generally however, in the Muslim world you see this. An ultra hard core of paramilitary (or verging on the edge of a paramilitary) forces who support some Tyrant like Karimov, Ben Ali, Zardari, Mubarak, ibn Sauds etc.

It is problematical in a big brother is watching you sense - a subtle tactic to buffer the rebelliousness incisions against the state.