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Sunday, May 15, 2011

The Man Killed Thrice

Osama's Ghost
WHERE there is blood there is the United States of America, the axis of all evils. The unrest created by America has made this generation see light of the day where human life has become worthless. Be it poor masses of the present day falling victim to the drone attacks in Pakistan or those killed in the Hiroshima episode in 1945, all speak volumes about the atrocities carried out by the USA. America’s attitude toward countries like Pakistan can be understood by the Raymond Davis incident, when a US diplomat can enjoy the license to kill and move free without reprimand, you can assume that a US soldier is a demigod and wonder where their president stands.

After the 9/11 incident when the US announced its war on terror it was Pakistan that bore the brunt of it all. The 9/11 incident would have killed hundreds but the American war on terror has killed hundreds and thousands of innocents most of whom are Pakistanis. In our country one mishap is followed by another, the news of a bomb blast or a suicide attack is a routine to us and so are the drone attacks. We do hear little hullabaloo from a small number of politicians but then another drone hits followed by another. We are now used to drone attacks as well. But what happened on the night of 2nd May 2011 was an incident one of its kind in the history of this country, for never have we faced an attack that didn’t awaken our soldiers from their slumber and it also robbed us of the tattered sovereignty that we thought we had. Whereas an incident of the similar nature in some other country would have resulted in resignations from the high ups, our Prime Minister, in a shameful manner, announced a great victory. The whole American nation seems to have had Bin Laden phobia. It is not the first time they killed Bin Laden, i.e., if they killed him at all. What’s the point in burying his dead body at sea and not airing any footage of it, it seems fishy for they once announced him dead in the Tora Bora attack in 2001. If Bin Laden was a symbol of terror for the American nation then his death in the Abbotabad attack should ensure peaceful sleep for the American nation, but if it doesn’t then they should realize that they are on the verge of collapsing for there is no medicine to cure hallucination nor can the American government carry on its war on terror for too long.
To many, Bin Laden was already history, one who was a kidney patient and required dialysis on weekly basis. It is amazing how a nation killing so many on daily basis killed an ailing man thrice and yet could not produce a clear picture of his dead body and yet the question remains, how many times will Bin Laden be killed?

5 comments:

Talha said...

There was one good topic I read few days back in the newspaper with the title "Where is your democracy?" on The Nation 11 May 2011.
The author wrote very good in that article that does the american community aware of all these drones attacks that are killing the innocent people. The answer was not there but everyone knows that its a big NO.
I am not sure that how long our country will suffer from these incidents but at sometimes our own weakness are the main cause of all the problems. We as a nation are very weak so that's the main reason that others are governing our states and have their own rights and laws in our homeland.

May ALLAH bless Pakistan and Our Nation. AMEEN!!!

Anonymous said...

I certainly agree with your article. I guess the situation through which we are going is beyond our knowledge. As a nation we are not clear whats the real story behind all this issue.

Courtesy, Sarwat

Anonymous said...

I guess there is no solution for this issue, may be Americans are facing Osama phobia....

Sarwat

Anonymous said...

Aw, this was a really nice post. In idea I would like to put in writing like this additionally - taking time and actual effort to make a very good article… but what can I say… I procrastinate alot and by no means seem to get something done.

Sniper said...

^ Thanks anonymous.
Yes, time is the key factor. Now that I do not find much time to write my blog's Monthly Archive is giving a barren look.

-Author.