While I can’t manage to jot down a formulated piece, there are numerous words mingling over my thoughts never letting me for a moment of peace.
Just putting out what I have got in:
Politics: a tool, a sword or a sophisticated intangible machine for breeding your own interests legibly while pressing down all the other voices, be of truth or ill. Everything is legal and right that benefits you (the giants, the capitalists, ideologists or capitalists) and should go to hell all that’s against the investment plans of the authorities. What you say is freedom of speech. The same will be dishonesty of outlawed comments if from the opponents. Its playground is another fake word—Democracy. To become a leader of a democratic system, you need piles of certain currency, heart of stone to make sure you never weep for any oppressed human fellow whose oppression is benefiting your interests. No doubt, Government and Social System exist at their best in Democracy but leaders always are chosen from the worst members of the society.
Pakistan: confused from the birthday and getting worse as getting older. The public lives in luxuries—either material or spiritual—satisfied with whatever is happening around with the youth focused on love matters and Indian movies and trying to solve the daily affairs of life by daydreaming and reveries. The leaders have been playing the Afghan Buz-Kashi game for too long now. Products: no new ideologies produced, just copied. The public following and being controlled by the foreigners would put the country at fire by any anonymous call which could fuel their so-called Islamic beliefs or the hell of the provincial imbalance of their fundamental rights distributed by the Federal Government. Every other unqualified is a leader to a numb community and every other of the disqualified infamous political/ religious leaders dreams of himself sitting on Zardari’s—the dragon—seat each night they go to bed after having committed their respective part of crimes for the daily hours.
Philosophers: do you see them around? I don’t. Oh ya! They’re either too busy in Academies, conferences, their reporting to media channels or in criticizing each other’s faith. I have been lately seeing them focused on measuring water with the Standard Unit of kilogram—Islam with Materialistic Philosophy. They’ve always been proud of calling for humanity and they have been always true. How? They want humanistic scales in the World, but, for them, only developed countries are included in the world circle—Iraq and Afghanistan are the two alien planets to be supplying Western interests. So, no problem how many germs—Afghans or Iraqis—are getting killed each day, they don’t care about us.
Palestine: more confused than Pakistan’s Kashmir. Israel and India offers better economical prosperity but snatches the identity; most have chosen the former.
Asia’s Economic BOOST: What is the reason that a single member is getting fatter and fatter while others are the vice versa? The fatter is snatching the bread. Alas for Philippine, Indonesia and other smaller gigs in the region. Last year I was in Bangkok, Thailand the night before the New Year. I saw a high tower decorated tower which read: Long live the Queen, Happy New Year; while down on the ground, just below the tower, I saw the nation poorer than any Afghan living in Afghanistan. I saw much and guessed out that the nations economy is based mainly on Prostitute business. Malaysia is prosperous economically, named as Islamic country but Islam is what rarely exists there. Their economy is fresh apples ripen for the capitalists who are this time Chinese.
History: A tablet good for nothing. What you study in it is accident not pride or honor—that’s how we’re concepting it.
Arab: are they waking? Yes, waking to sleep for a longer time. I see no stronghold of any ideological system in them; they’re just prisoners who escaped school to battle ground.
Iran: can you rule a country by focusing public mentality on shouting slogans against your enemies? Can you justify the poverty and injustice towards public with illustrations of how bravely you’re fighting with the enemies? If you can, then certainly Iran has a great Monarch. In Iran died a man after years of suffering the disgust of House-siege—Ayatollah Muntaziri. I don’t care what others think of him, but he could have been the only eloquent individual who could save the Iranian Revolution in its better prospects. I saw his books online and what my point became stronger to myself that Iranian regime will be broken from inside and not external forces. All Muntaziri says is about internal matters and contemporary issues relating to Women Right, Legal Issues and Rebellion revolutions taking place in response to the Cruel Monarchism who believes: all is well that my seat is save. He is one of the biggest critics of the Iranian governmental and political system and of policies it has or is implementing upon its public. Iran’s internal revolt is more dangerous than external enemies. Iranians, who threw Shah Raza for an Islamic Cause, are starting to hate Islam not realizing that what the current regime is showing the duplicate shape of Khilafat’s post during and after Karbala’s Incident.
To be continued…