The Washington Post has reported that President Zardari’s government is near to collapse. Dana Milbank reports that “Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari has a problem. His government is near collapse, hundreds of thousands of people are fleeing the Taliban in northwest Pakistan, and militants are within 60 miles of the capital, Islamabad”.
While President Zardari is on an official visit to US this article means that US Government is pressurizing Pakistan and they are not in a frame of mind to bring to a halt Drone attacks, which are a serious menace for our sovereignty. Americans are using Pakistan for their own interests. They invade Afghanistan and now they want us to help them ruin our own country.
We should learn to be self made and independent for our decisions. We should not be begging from them as it hurts our self esteem as a nation. If it is necessary to have aid than it must be an investment for Nuclear power plants to abolish power crisis in the country or it could be technical aid to equip our technicians and industry workers to improve quality and quantity of products and income too or it could be for better educational facilities so that extremism may come to an end via education. America can help us build our economy and trade with us. But it is a far cry. President can only beg America that please don’t strike at the foundations of my government; I’ll do what you want. I can do anything to remain in power.
I would love to see a Ruler who says that no matter what happens to us we will never beg in front of anyone. We will generate funds for our needs by ourselves. Hoping to see the change.
I would like to borrow words from Afghan President Hamid Karzai, who said about America that,
“Money cant buy you love no matter how much it is and force wont buy you obedience no matter how much it is”