Tag Archives: TTP

North Waziristan Operation: Cut the Narrative Crap

19 Oct

If you were to go through the columns in the English Newspapers today you would notice something very interesting. There is a slow move going on that is finally starting to show and turn in to a pattern. And now that the pattern is emerging it is clear that our overlords are at it again, this time they are pushing a narrative that is going to help them create a consensus eventually on a military operation in North Waziristan.

Thing is all of us by now, apart from those who follow a certain political leader, agree that Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan needs to be taken care of and eliminated. They have slaughtered close to 40,000 citizens of Pakistan in the last 5 to 7 years. So to the question of should our authorities take on the TTP, the answer is a resounding yes because any group that kills 40,000 of our people needs to be wiped out. That is crystal clear and there are no doubts about that (This does not apply to the followers of a certain leader). Continue reading

Drones Are Bad But So Are The Taliban

17 Oct

Drones are bad and so is the act of killing innocent people. You would think that this would be something that everyone could agree on and just simply move on. But for some reason, we the people have been stuck arguing this for over a year now. For purely political purposes one specific party has hijacked this debate and changed the equation in to if you are against TTP you obviously support the drones. Again at this point a logical person would think wait how did we get to that conclusion but somehow that is the ongoing narrative. Continue reading

Why Feisal Naqvi is Right in Shaming the ‘Great One’

16 Oct

Image Courtesy of THE EXPRESS TRIBUNE

The recent article by Feisal Naqvi is coming under extreme criticism as expected from the Fan-Boy Club of Imran Khan. As always the critique is harsh and laden with Imranogic (Imrani Logic), which essentially dismisses everything without even reading it or bothering to understand the arguments being made. But the fact is that Feisal Naqvi is right and he has a point. Continue reading