March 6, 2011

Musharraf minces no words

After a long time, Pervez Musharraf has had a flash. A brilliant flash. He literally - literally - hammered this Indian journalist dude right on the head. Maybe he could do the same to Kamran Khan and Hamid Mir probably? Please?

Seeing Musharraf take on the media in such a strong fashion makes me wonder what in God's name was the PPP thinking of letting him leave Pakistan? They should've made him their foreign minister. He would've been so much better than that self declared 'Pir' Shah Mehmood Qureshi.

But even now, why isn't the PPP backing off? If it had any bit of patriotism (notice patriotism here means hatred for India), it should let Pervez Musharraf come back and lambast the Indians into smithereens with his awesome, macho talks. In fact, he should be hired as a motivational speaker for the Pakistan cricket team. That way, Pakistan will win the match without even having to play against their counterparts from across the border! And to be honest, watching Umar Gul and Sreesanth yell it out in the middle of the pitch is going to be much more entertaining than watching Sachin Tendulkar bat like the greatest batsman ever.

But Musharraf is more than mere words. You see anything, ANYTHING at all, even a donkey dry humping a buffalo for that matter, is going to be better than Rehman Malik, Babar Awan, Firdaus Ashiq Awan, Latif Khosa, Yusuf Raza Gilani etc. But Musharraf is a human. Now I know he did very terrible things in the land of the pure but he is - and the conviction in my heart cannot be stronger - better than the PPP. Of course choosing him is like choosing bad over the worse but that is indeed quite relevant and true.

Savour the old general's spicy remarks putting the Indian anchor in place. After all, that is the Pakistani nation's favourite time pass isn't it? Watching the Indians being bashed.

NOTE: This piece in no way means I hate India. It is sarcastic. So peace. And if you don't want peace, then go to your mom's house. I'm sure she'll give you cereal and that'll put a smile on your face. Bye bye now.