Open Letter to Bilawal Bhutto

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  1. AVERAGE INDIAN

    AVERAGE INDIAN EXORCIST Senior Member

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    Dear Bilawal ji,

    Pehle to wish you a very happy birthday. 26! Such a special age. Reminds me too of the time when i was young and stupid, though maybe not this much. As a special gift for your happy day, you are trending on social media and every Indian is talking about you. How’s that for neighborly love? Say thanks. Where are your manners, yaar?

    I heard THAT video clip with great interest. The one where you said that you will make sure that you get every inch of Kashmir for Pakistan. Boss, such determination at this young age is something to be proud of. You should pat your back for having such clarity of thought when most Indians your age these days focus on cramming concepts of java and sql to get a job offer with a grand 50% hike at that Gurgaon MNC. Tells you something about misplaced priorities.

    Bilawal Bhutto Speech

    Going back to the speech. I love the raw josh and enthusiasm with which you spoke the words. ‘lawange lawange…kashmir…poora ka poora kashmir….pakistan da kashmir….lawange.‘ The way you raised your hands, pumped up the vocal cords, and spoke, like a WWE announcer, except that your voice hasn’t even broken yet, which made it sound more adorable than terrifying. Add to that your smashing looks, and boss, if i had been there, i would have kissed your cheek and pinched those shiny cheeks of yours out of purely platonic love. You sly fox, you are going to get votes from women for being cute and from men for this speech.

    Boss, Kashmir to nahi mil payega. I mean you are cute and all that, you may have had an affair with the pretty lady minister whose handbag is worth more than the rest of Pakistan, but who said life is fair? You want Kashmir. Yo Yo Honey Singh wants a Grammy. I want an iPhone 6. Tough luck.

    But we can manage another gift for you. A time machine. Yea baby, you heard it right. I can help you look into the future and see what life has in store for you.

    There is a man, 44 years old, fair and lovely like you, youth heart-throb like you, England educated like you, born of political pedigree like you, and when he speaks it is the right mix of comedy and sincerity for his people. I present to you Rahul Gandhi. He is you, in 18 years. He is your time-machine. Just look at him to see what you are going to become. You’re welcome.

    You know what all of India is thinking today? That India and Pakistan are so similar. We have the same cultures. We eat the same roti and butter chicken. We listen to the same pirated Bollywood music. Our Cricket teams are equally inconsistent and prone to temptations. Our Hockey teams had their moments of glory but now mostly suck at the world stage. Our politicians are a similar bunch of jokers. Our girls on both sides swoon when Shahrukh Khan opens his arms in his trademark gesture.

    We have Rahul. They have you. See. Same to same.

    Back to Kashmir. Come on yaar. Don’t look so sad. Okay we can try one thing. Why don’t you come on Arnab ji’s News Hour for a panel discussion and explain why you should get the state over which your country has got its ass whooped by India four times in the last 60 odd years? Fair deal?

    If you can manage to speak ten complete uninterrupted sentences on his show, you can have the state. Bolo chalega? The only catch is that if you fail, you will watch Arbaaz Khan’s ‘Ma Tujhe Salaam’ on loop for a month and do the chicken- dance every time he says ‘doodh maangoge to kheer denge. Kashmir maangoge to cheer denge.’


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  3. prohumanity

    prohumanity Regular Member

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    Bilawal, Pappu ...Kashmir is not a little fancy toy which you need....No..we don't want you to play with toys and stay childlike....time to grow up...Beta. Your GandaPa, your Mom all died trying to take Kashmir....it's just not possible. Face the reality. If you try asking Kashmir..you will lose Pakistan.
     
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  4. Bhadra

    Bhadra Defence Professionals Defence Professionals Senior Member

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    Sir Shahnawaz Bhutto, father of LATE Prime Minister of Pakistan, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto did not belong to Sindh. He was born in Bhatto Kalan, a large village situated in present day Fatehabad District, near Sirsa city, in the state of Haryana, India. Bhuttos never let this fact to go publically because of political reasons as being a Sindhi it help them to get support of Sindhi people. Shahnawz permanently settled in Pakistan after partition in 1948. He belonged to a poor family but for his treachery in Punjab he became blue eyed boy for the British rulers and got money and land for his services for British rulers at the time of freedom struggle. British Government also award him title of ‘Sir’ for his services. He had devious nature by which he got lot of success in his life. In early 30’s of 20th century Shahnawz moved to Sindh and bought a large property in small district Larkana.

    He later entered the service of the Nawab of Junagadh on recommendation of the British government. Shah Nawaz Bhutto in time became the Dewan (prime minister) of Junagarh state. Interestingly he later settled in Pakistan.

    Shah Nawaz Bhutto, soon become one of the wealthiest and most influential landowners of Sindh, Through his brother in law Brigadier Muhammad Mustafa Khan Bahadur, he was able to make good friendship with Governor General (later President) Iskander Mirza. Mirza, who had been a regular guest for the annual hunt in Larkana and always, stayed at Al-Murtaza (the Bhutto family home). In the winter of 1955-1956, he brought General Ayub Khan along to Larkana for the hunt, and both generals enjoyed the hospitality of the Bhutto family. Here he introduced his son Z.A Bhutto to Ayub Khan who later included him in his cabinet. He later became Ayub’s most trustable aid.

    Shahnawaz was married to Khursheed Begum. Khursheed Begum was formerly Lakhi Bai, born in a Hindu family. She converted to Islam before her marriage.

    The suspicion towards ZA Bhutto was so strong that the jail employees were made to undress his dead body after execution to check if he was circumcised !!

    All Bhuttos have walked on one path - Kashmir and landed up in hell .... Let us see where Bilawal reaches.
     
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    Do not bother too much about Bilawal. He is immaterial like Imran Khan. His fight will be more internal than external.
     
  6. Ray

    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    [video=dailymotion;x26gbqf]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x26gbqf_qamar-zaman-kaira-left-the-debate-with-arnab-goswami-after-his-misbehaving-and-unethical-way-of-aski_news#from=embediframe[/video]


    Video posted by some frustrated Pakistani :rofl:

    Zardari's pet left the interview.
     
  8. prohumanity

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    Bilawal kid, go back to London...go to a nightclub..grab a beer and sing 'Oh ..my Kashmir...i miss you" Does anybody know why all the Paki politicians live in London...like Musharraf, Benazir Bhutto,Imran Khan, MQM psycho..what's his name? and many others. They live in London and come to Paki after changing their dress and pretending to be protectors of Paki Muslims. I never understood this London Lobby.
     

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