Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Zardari broke ANOTHER big promise


Asif Ali Zardari, co-chairman of the Pakistan People's Party, has recently called his promise to restore the supreme court judges a "political statement"(1), What implication does this has on the future of Pakistan, and what does it show about his personality?

First of all, the title refers to the breaking of Another Promise, Those of you that might not remember, I also criticized him for his famous lack-of-loyalty towards Benazir Bhutto, where he didn't even mourn long enough for a man who's wife has just been murdered--forget mourning for the leader of a nation-- earning the suspicion of being involved in Benazir's Assassination.

Pakistan's supreme court judges were suspended on November 3, 2007 under the P.C.O. and Asif Ali Zardari made a promise to restore them within 3o days of first parliament session. Now he has dubbed this promise as a political statement undermining the the trust of the whole nation. Also sending a message that they should expect him to lie and make false promises only to get votes.

Should such a person be the leader of a party that was founded by the person who wrote the constitution of the country, this proves my original point that today's PPP is not the same PPP that Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto founded. Today's
Pakistan People’s Party cares neither about Pakistan nor about its people only about the party. Asif Ali Zardari is a lier, a cheat and will do anything for his personal gains maybe those charges of corruption against him were true?

Abu Abdullah,
The Doctor of Truth


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