Military Establishment Archive

Movement for the restoration of martial law in Pakistan: Waqar Khan offers a perspective on the ‘Movement for the Restoration of Martial Law’, which is currently being run by certain agents of anti-democracy establishment in Pakistani media and politics.
Corrupt politicians, saviour military dictators – by Nazir Naji: Nazir Naji offers an analysis of the concerted campaign against democracy and political class in Pakistan in the guise of the charges of so-called corruption.
Who is Gilani trying to please? by Omar Khattab: Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani pulled an impossible, unthinkable surprise when yesterday in a joint press conference with Britain’s Gordon Brown in London he claimed that it was Baitullah Mehsud who was behind the assassination of Benazir Bhutto. Anyone
Gilani frustrates the opponents of President Zardari.: Agents of the anti-democracy establishment in Pakistani media and politics are indeed frustrated by the failure of their plans to create a rift between President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani. Here is an excerpt of
Local Goebbels, Foreign Masters, and the Balkanisation of Pakistan: A thought provoking op-ed by Asadullah Ghalib in which he exposes the real plans of the anti-democracy campaign by certain agents in Pakistani media and their foreign masters. This is followed by an op-ed by Mehmood Sham along the
The attack on Kamran Shafi was just a trailer: Related post: LUBP Interview with Kamran Shafi In the following article, veteran columnist Kamran Shafi, one of the very few bold, anti-establishment voices in Pakistani media, provides details of a recent attack on his life in Wah Cantt by
Happy birthday, PPP!: Editorial: PPP: 42 and counting Pakistan People’s Party, the largest political party of the country with a sustained and significant support base in all parts of the country, has turned 42 and the journey continues. People’s Party is undeniably
Talat Hussain slaps Shaheen Sehbai and Shahid Masood: Frequently in their TV appearances (on Geo TV) and newspaper columns (in Jang and The News), agents of anti-democracy establishment, e.g. Shaheen Sehbai, Dr Shahid Masood, Ansar Abbasi and their cronies, have openly or implicitly invited General Kayani to
Dr Shahid Masood: Theft, Slander, Lies and Phobia, all in one – An analysis by Qais Anwar: By Qais Anwar I wrote the following article for LUBP (Let us build Pakistan) but , after watching the yesterday’s Meray Mutabiq, I could not stop myself from posting it on [another website]. ….. now more and more right
Three ways (wishes) to get rid of President Zardari – By Nazir Naji: In the following op-ed, Nazir Naji notes that out of more than 8000 beneficiaries of the much publicized NRO, only 34 are politicians, and only 15 belong to PPP. Out of these 15, four have contested the list because
A critical analysis of the Balochistan Package – by Qais Anwar: آغاز حقوق بلوچستان ۔۔۔۔ طبل جنگ ؛ سمجھوتہ یا ایک اور پسپاءی آصف ذرداری کوء ی نہ کوءی ایسا جرم کرتا رہتا ہے کہ وہ ایسٹبلشمنٹ کے تیروں کی زد میں آ جاتا ہے ۔پچھلے ادوار میں یہ جرم
Sindhis responsible for 97% of corruption in Pakistan: NRO’s message: By Abdul Nishapuri Once again, it would appear that the rules are different for peoples from Sindh whereas politicians, bureaucrats and military personnel from Punjab and elsewhere are angels who do not have a spot of corruption on their
Shaheen Sehbai attempts (wishes) to convert Gilani into Leghari: By Abdul Nishapuri They (agents of the anti-democratic establishment in Pakistan) have tried everything to derail democracy. So far, the PPP and its coalition partners have successfully foiled such plans with a smile and a firm commitment to the
Hamid Mir terms Shahid Masood and Imran Khan as snakes: In the following op-ed, Hamid Mir terms those people as snakes who are frustrated because Nawaz Sharif has explicitly stated that he will note be a part
PPP and PML-N must stick together to foil the establishment’s designs against democracy: There is reconciliation in the air — and not of the NRO sort. Nawaz has heroically thrown himself between the conspirators and the president. The prime minister announced that the president is ready and willing to give up Article
Establishment’s temporary NRO for Yusuf Raza Gilani: It seems that the all powerful establishment in Pakistan and their agents in Pakistani media have decided to, at least temporarily, ignore the cases of alleged corruption against Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani (and other politicians). They have offered
Zardari responsible for corruption in Pakistan?: In the following op-ed, Nazir Najis argues that it is not politicians but the civil and military establishment which is the biggest thief in Pakistan.
Why not a civilian head of ISI? An insight into the power struggle between democracy and establishment in Pakistan: Here are two columns, one by Kamran Shafi and the other by Nazir Naji, highlighting the nature of the current power struggle between the democratic government and the civil and military establishment in Pakistan. Democracy? Nahaq hum majbooron per
PPP fully prepared to face all challenges: President Zardari: “Without naming anyone, the president said that some people write our obituaries almost daily, but the more they write … the more they are disappointed and frustrated. I salute the party, its workers and the people. We have stood
An appeal to the Chief Justice of Pakistan: By Sarah Khan An appeal to the Chief Justice of Pakistan Apply Article 6 of the Constitution on Dr Shahid Masood, Shaheen Sehbai, Ansar Abbasi, their other accomplices, and owners of Geo TV/ Jang Group. According to the constitution
Conspiracy against democracy exposed: Here is an explicit outline of the Pakistani civil and military establishment’s plan against democracy implemented through their agents in Pakistani media and politics. Exposed! Saturday, November 14, 2009 (The News) Anjum Niaz Today President Zardari and the Sharif
Birds of a feather: Birds of a feather flock together. Need some empirical evidence? Here is a video of the union of the military and civil establishment responsible for the current plight of Pakistan. The event is the wedding ceremony of ex-DG Rangers
Establishment versus Democracy in Pakistan: A critical analysis by Qais Anwar: vs There are currently four parties in Pakistan: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) Pakistan Army Party (Liberal – Musharraf-Kayani model) Pakistan Army Party (Islamist – Zia-ul-Haq model) Qais Anwar offers a critical analysis of certain hypotheses
Democracy versus Military Establishment on the Kerry-Lugar Bill: Top-level meeting convened to discuss Kerry-Lugar Bill * PM regrets people making comments about bill without even reading it * PPP meeting agrees to build consensus on bill MUZAFFARABAD: A meeting of the country’s top leadership is being convened
Establishment in Pakistan: A tool of the Saudi-American international mafia: Here is an analysis by Zamarrud Naqvi exposing the influence of Saudi-American players in civil and military establishment
The City Administrators’ (Nazim) Appeal against the Long March against Democracy in Pakistan:
Sindh Assembly unanimously adopts resolution supporting Zardari; condemns Sharif’s conspiracy against democracy: احتجاجی تحریک سازش ہے: قرار داد احمد رضا بی بی سی اردو ڈاٹ کام، کراچی قرارداد حکمران اتحاد میں شامل جماعت متحدہ قومی موومنٹ کے سردار احمد نے پیش کی سندھ اسمبلی نے بدھ کو اتفاق رائے سے ایک
Long March: Nawaz Sharif’s banaspati revolution, made in Punjab.: Dangerous options By I.A. Rehman Thursday, 12 Mar, 2009 (Dawn) Much can be said in favour of all the three gladiators in the arena — the lawyers, the government and the PML-N-but much weightier are the arguments against them.
Talk of belling the cat: What is the agenda of Shaheen Sehbai?: Talk of belling the catTuesday, December 30, 2008By Anjum Niaz The writer is a freelance journalist with over twenty years of experience in national and international reporting Shaheen Sehbai’s surgical strike on President Zardari in this newspaper on Dec
Why is Chaudhary Nisar speaking against Zardari? Why are Taliban angry with Rehman Malik? What is the aim of disinformation cell? By Abbas Ather:
Democracy haters / enemies of Pakistan want to create a split between PPP and Pakistan Army: The PPP and the Army The ruling PPP and the Pakistan Army seem to be in sync even as the Americans seem to be speaking with many tongues over policy in the war against terrorism. Prime Minister Yousaf Raza
Bloody mess and the supporters of the fauji laundry – Munnoo Bhai: Munno bhai writes on the campaign of the Mullah Media Alliance against the political class and their insistence that NRO must be dry-cleaned in the ‘fauji laundry’.