About the author: Riaz Malik Corner
Just when it looked like the liberal fascist brigade would attempt to take Pakistan away from the Taliban, the brilliant Jinnah Institute report scattered the hopes of this perfidious group of people. This group includes those “Pashtuns” like Prof. Ijaz, Dr. Taqi and Farhat Taj who think they know more about Pathans and NWFP than good, honest patriotic Punjabis. This group also includes fringe elements like Kamran Shafi and others who have the temerity to be critical of the Pak Fauj.
However, the best thing about this report is that it comes from that class of people who my pious brothers in Jamaat-e-Islami and Sipah-e-Sahaba mistakenly thought were also liberal fascists. When we look at those who contributed to this list and the boss of Jinnah Institute, Sherry Rehman, we were expecting the typical liberal fascist rubbish that Pakistan should not support brave, anti-imperialists like Daira-e-Biradaran-e-Pidar-e-Haqqania and Hazrat Mullah Omar.
We were expecting Zionist propaganda that Pakistan needs to move towards becoming a pluralist, secular country away from the teachings of Jinnah and Iqbal. We thought that since Jinnah Institute is funded by the government, this report would say that Un-Islamic concepts like mass populist democracy that allows the paleeth, mud people should be encouraged. Most importantly, we were expecting that Pakistan should forgo the principal of Jihad in Kashmir and Afghanistan. Astagfirallah!
However my fate has been restored and now I want to add Imtiaz Gul and Moeed Yusuf to my list of heroes for authoring and defending this excellent report. Now I know that many liberal fascists have reformed or were always part of the League of Pakistani Patriots (LPP) but were in Taqqiya (Dissimulation). When brave patriots like Ansar Abbasi, Hamid Gul, Tahira Abdullah, Talat Hussain, Zaid Hamid, Orya Maqbool Jan, Fareed Parach, Maulana Ludhianvi, Shahbaz Sharif and others were defending the Taliban, Imperialist Amrika simply ignored them because they were talking mostly in Urdu.
It was Hazrat Imran Khan who was the trail blazer who slowly build a case for supporting and accommodating the Taliban in English. People don’t realize that in Pakistan, anyone supporting the Taliban and the Pak Fauj has to live in great danger; something that liberal fascist cowards can never understand. Those supporting the Taliban and Pak Fauj always have to be worried that the agents of CIA-RAW-Mossad will launch suicide attacks on them. The proof is that NO liberal fascist in Pakistan has ever been attacked and all the victims have been Taliban and their patriotic supporters.
Imtiaz, I am so impressed with the way that you and Moeed have engaged with these liberal fascists. Don’t make the mistake of addressing their deceptive arguments; their Yahood-Hunood-Nisara masters have taught them many tricks. They are the followers of Yajood-Majood and have the audacity to critisize Hazrat Imran Khan and Sir Syed Zaid Hamid. If they ever question you on the report, just tell them they are being abusive and personal. If they criticize you for being Pro Pakistan army, there is no shame in it. Take it as a compliment. After all, it is the army that has been forced to run the country since 1958 because our leaders are such failures and our honest civilian bureaucrats were getting too old. Why should the army be critisized if Bhutto was too busy in doing black magic, becoming pro-America and entertaining the requests of the mud people!
The whole world knows that even if the great Taliban might not have brought full stability to Afghanistan between 1997-2001 (let us agree to disagree on this), it will be unrelated groups like Hazrat Mullah Omar and Daira-e-Biradaran-e-Pidar-e-Haqqania who will do this in 2014. If these groups can bring back the glory of the Taliban government, we should not complain.
After the Jinnah report, you and all the authors have become a hit with Jamaat-e-Islami, Sipah-e-Sahaba, Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan and all the patriotic people, especially the folks at GEO. There can be no higher compliment.
I am Riaz Malik and I am proud of the Jinnah Institute Report.