Say '' Go Imran, born to establishment GO. We have already suffered so much from establishment in Past years and we don't want this new terrible surprise''. Hate me Hate me Hate me now IK fans but, it's true.
why we hate you ? you have one vote and you are free to give anyone you like and we have one vote we will give to IK simply .
2 ganjay 1 shitan lut ka kha gya pakistan
I can't see the video but if NS is still supporting Zardari a.k.a PPP (which is here thanks to PML-N). Then F**** OFF NS
Nawaz Sharif owes his political career to the supreme dictator Zia Ul Haq who can be hailed as his "spiritual father".
He used to lick Zia's boots just as Zia used to lick Bhutto's boots...i guess this trait both of them shared.
I always get a kick out of it when he talks his tough anti establishment talk.
Regarding Zardari, PML-Q approached PML-N with a joint candidate proposal to ensure that Zardari did not get elected as president, it was our dear mature/seasoned politician Nawaz Sharif who vehemently rejected such a proposal.
I would say Zardari owes Nawaz a lot of gratitude.
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It is only Nawaz's fault that he pumped up IK, and he is in such a position now.
He is totally rallying against IK now rather than going for the Government, a fault which was labelled with IK before.
OKHAIR JI.....purana yarana lagta hai
goal mall hai sub gtoal mall hai
Anni Koam does not see any better option so far, feel free to give us a viable alternative...
Criticism is another thing but what you are saying is gibberish to say the least, what proof do you have of Imran being a toy of establishment? Yet you are always repeating it again and again.
For your information, when Army launched Buner Operation...Imran was not in its favor and even i bombarded his anti operation speech in Buner. His POV was certainly not in favor of the Army at that time.
You can search for it and you shall find my post on this forum.
Let us wait and see what Imran does if he gets a shot at changing the course.
I may disagree with certain things he said but overall he is an honest bloke and as sincere and patriotic as one can get regarding Pakistan.
These are the credentials i seek in a leader these days.
Whether he likes or dislikes Army does not matter to me, its the attachment to Pakistan and its people (hint Shaukat Khanum etc.) which i shall rally behind.
PM Gilani was also one, was he not?
Why should IK go on blabbering about the mistakes of the generals of the past, that is not what the nation cares about.
It cares about the present, about now.
Any viable and better alternatives you have to IK?
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