Not So Kingly

It has grown too much awkward that I really don’t know for sure as from where to begin, and as where to end. The crux of the matter simply is that our new president, Asif Ali Zardari is a shame, and he doesn’t deserve to be at the top. He is not only incompetent, he is also a security risk and utterly unsuitable for the task at hand.

The Pakistan is often boasted as the citadel of Islam and the only nuclear power in the Muslim world and having so much potential insomuch as to lead the Muslim world, and when that are the parameters then it’s really a shame to have such a president. The office of President in any country, even including Pakistan holds some prestige and national dignity, and right now it wields enormous powers, and this kingly affair is being run by the Mr. Most Corrupt of this country has ever seen.

In the real world — a world in which Pakistan needs serious people making our most serious decisions — we certainly don’t need the likes of Asif Ali Zardari. We could have found solace if only he would be the problem, that if he blacks out then there are men surrounding him, who would take hold, but when we see the likes of Rehman Malik, Sherry Rehman, Farooq H. Naek, and host of others, the heart sinks.

Having Zardari in the president house insults and diminished the office, it’s a position of merit and a title of great honor, which is at stake right now.

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