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How to identify (fake) liberal proxies of Pakistan army in mainstream and social media?

Preamble Commenting on the state of pro-establishment journalism in Pakistan, Ayesha Siddiqa once said:

Today, we face a state of military hegemony: political, economic and intellectual control. Today, there is not a single university in Pakistan or a young scholar who is not on the military’s payroll or network. They open shops called think-tanks for their young clients. A journalist, who does not take directions from the military, is a rarity in today’s Pakistan. Institutionally, this outreach is done through the ISPR and the ISI. But there are other informal channels as well…

One cannot understand the intricate network of disinformation in Pakistan’s mainstream and social media unless one recognizes the Teen Jeem mafia, i.e., the pro-establishment network of generals (jarnails), judges and journalists. While judges (and other bureaucrats) in Pakistan have always been loyal to generals (military dictators and puppet-masters), and still are, the ugliest role in misleading and misguiding the masses has been played by the journalist proxies of the security-establishment (i.e., GHQ/ISI).

Two types of proxies Within pro-establishment journalists, there are two main types: right wing and (fake) liberal wing. While it is relatively easy to identify the right wing proxies in Pakistani media because of their apparent Taliban apologist and Islamo-fascist narratives, it is much more difficult to identify the liberal proxies because of their apparently liberal (and at times left wing) rhetoric.

Aim The aim of the present post is to identify and confront the liberal proxies of the GHQ (General Headquarters of Pakistan army). For a starter, consider the following question: Can you name any right wing Pakistani journalist or blogger loyal to the ISI? (Many names will come to your mind because of their pro-Taliban and pro-Jamaat-e-Islamic discourses.)

Now consider this question: Can you name any (seemingly) liberal or leftist Pakistani journalist or blogger loyal to the ISI? (Not many names may come to your mind. Why?) You will agree that while it is relatively easy to identify the right wing proxies, it is much more difficult to identify and expose the seemingly liberal proxies because they are much more refined and better camouflaged in their pro-establishment strategies and tactics. The question is: if some liberal journalists/bloggers are in fact loyal to the ISI, who are they? What could be their strategy? I suggest you ask those around you (on Twitter, facebook, in office, college and street) the same question. Hopefully their response or lack of response will tell you something!

Tips to identify fake liberal proxies of the GHQ

Here are some tips to identify (seemingly) liberal stooges of the GHQ/ISI in Pakistani media and blogs:

1. They blame Pakistan government (Asif Zardari, Rehman Malik etc) for terrorist activities by jihadi and sectarian organizations while completely ignoring the fact that GHQ/ISI is the real mentor, trainer, partner and protector of jihadi and sectarian organisations such as Taliban, Sipah-e-Sahaba, Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Muhammad and Jundullah.

2. They provide undue publicity to renegades of the PPP (Sherry Rehman, Aitzaz Ahsan, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Naheed Khan) while don’t miss an opportunity to humiliate and defame true loyalists of the PPP chairman, e.g., Yusuf Raza Gilani, Babar Awan, Rehman Malik.

3. They publish and reinforce “PPP abandoned Salmaan Taseer” and “PPP abandoned Shahbaz Bhatti” narratives in order to malign the PPP leadership and to misrepresent the PPP’s struggle against religious extremism in Pakistan.

4. They spread lies that murder of Salmaan Taseer and Shahbaz Bhatti was an act of violence by a lone wolf, not a logical outcome of ISI’s Jihad Enterprise. (One troll also tried to muddy up Taseer murder probe by publishing an agency fed story which was aimed to save Mumtaz Qadri from the gallows.)

5. They published baseless stories of fake divisions between the ISI and CIA (Raymond Davis saga) in order to repair the tarnished (Islamo-patriot) image of the ISI in Pakistan.

6. Some of them (including some foreign journalists) are also known to enjoy free drinks at a house near Bhopal House Karachi after which they write emulating stories to promote their host and a ‘civil society organization’ notorious for its venom against Asif Zardari and other PPP leaders.

7. They are harsh and unrealistic in their criticism of Pakistani politicians but remain soft on GHQ/ISI. They mix one ounce of truth in one ton of lies. While they cosmetically criticize ISI or GHQ, their guns remain, in the main, directed against politicians, in particular against PPP. Their criticism of the PPP government remains aysmmetrical and unbalanced. If they issue a mild critique of the security establishment, they will critique the PPP and its leaders ZAB, BB and AZ by a factor of ten. Furthermore, they will dishonestly blame the PPP for the ills created and caused by the security establishment.Of course many of them are careful enough not to pronounce their loyalty to or liking for the GHQ/ISI. Therefore instead of the pro-army narratives, they can be identified through their anti-PPP and anti-Asif Zardari articles or narratives. That’s how they remain more subtle and useful for the GHQ.

8. They promote the “PPP-feudal-party theory and blame illiterate, rural masses for the electoral victories of the PPP.

9. They promote the minus-one-formula, i.e., “PPP-good-Zardari-bad” theory (just like their predecessor proxies tried to sell “PPP-good-BB-bad” and “PPP-good-ZAB-bad” theories). The ISI and their proxies’ agenda is to present PPP and Zardari as two separate entities. They are not separate but one.

10. They present themselves as true sympathizers of PPP while trying to undermine its very leadership, organization and government.

11. They don’t acknowledge that GHQ is the main power broker in Pakistan, that no political party can be allowed to form a government or remain in government unless it accedes to certain conditions and dictates of the GHQ (e.g., foreign policies on Afghanistan, India, Saudi Arabia and USA, military operations in Afghanistan, Kashmir and FATA, military budget, accountability of generals, foreign financial aid to Pakistan etc)

12. In the case of Mukhtaran Mai, they mostly and at times exclusively focus on criticising a commoner MNA Jamshed Dasti while being apologetic of the role of the judiciary including that of their heroes CJ Iftikhar Chaudhry and Aitzaz Ahsan Chaudhry. While Dasti should be held to account for his irresponsible and insensitive statement, does his role really compare to the role of the Islamo-fascist judiciary which routinely releases terrorists and rapists?

13. Some of them often enjoy special resources and attention of GHQ while writing misrepresenting reports on FATA and Balochistan.

14. They completely blackout Saudi Arabia’s ugly role in radicalising Pakistani madrassahs and also in crushing people’s revolutions in Bahrain, Yemen and Saudi Arabia.

15. They always try to cover up GHQ’s ugly role in sectarian and jihadi violence by saying: “can’t say for sure”, “it’s too complex”.

16. They remain closely networked with anti-PPP journalists and bloggers. The ISI network of columnists and bloggers is most visible on Twitter where they freely promote or commend each other’s articles/posts. Start from one, you can unearth the whole racket within five minutes. While Tweeples are only a minor segment of Pakistani society, several of them also write in mainstream media and successfully promote ISI narratives

17. Their historical patterns suggest that they remain loyal to GHQ/ISI (e.g., some of them are widely known for their collusion with Faroog Leghari and ISI in 1990s, some of them wrote insulting letters to President Zadari, Rehman Malik etc).

18. Their coverage of issues and news remains clearly urban centric. They misrepresent or totally ignore the Baloch genocide and Shia genocide by the GHQ and its proxies.

19. They write on petty issues (e.g. Veena Malik, Angelina Jolie) while completely blacking out the massacres of Shia in Parachinar, Quetta and D.I.Khan and Baloch nationalists in Balochistan.

20. Some of them also cosmetically try to present themselves as champions of human rights (e.g., women’s rights, Baloch rights, Pushtun rights etc) while spewing venom against the party of the people (PPP) and its leadership.

21. Some of them operate donation-oriented NGOs; they sell stories of women’s and poor people’s oppression to earn a few dollars and fame.

22. Some of them present themselves to be champions of democracy and citizens while in their rhetoric they remain citizens for martial law and extremely critical of the PPP government and leadership.


Because of their camouflaged and refined tactics, the liberal ghus-bethias (infiltrators) of fake civil society (FCS) in Pakistan’s mainstream and social media are more dangerous than their bloodthirsty right wing colleagues (Taliban, Jamaat-e-Islami and Sipah-e-Sahaba). While it is almost impossible to find hard evidence (pay cheque, video confession) of someone’s affiliation with the ISI, we hope that the circumstantial evidence (e.g. in the light of the above tips) may be useful in exposing at least some if not all liberal proxies of the ISI. Also there is a possibility that while some pro-establishment writers and bloggers may not be receiving actual instructions or orders or pay cheques from Aabpara, they may be a part of the same socio-economic and ideological bandwagon, i.e., “Pakistani establishment”. In this way, most of them may still be enjoying material or/and non-monetary benefits of their links with the military establishment.

In short, there are two types of GHQ/ISI’s proxies in Pakistani media and blogs: (1) the vicious minded, willing tools of the establishment, and (2) the naive stooges who don’t understand the intricacies of the Teen Jeem network and get sucked into and start recycling the pro-establishment’s narratives. Indeed we would like to politely help those who are inadvertently misled by the GHQ/ISI lies provided they too are interested in helping themselves. Surely, there’s a way of being anti-GHQ AND critical of the PPP. Once again, the historical pattern and context may be most revealing about their integrity and intention. For example, several journalists (e.g., Abbas Ather, Kamran Shafi, Ayaz Amir, Ayesha Siddiqa, Farhat Taj, Malik Siraj Akbar, Marvi Sirmed, Raza Rumi, Nusrat Javeed, Fasi Zaka and Nadeem Paracha) freely criticize PPP and Asif Zardari but remain respected because of their honest and balanced approach, because they frequently confront GHQ and its proxies in judiciary and media, which is unlike the selective morality of the FCS writers and bloggers.

Critical commentary

Here is a critical note on the above post which I received from a fellow blogger as an internal feedback in the LUBP google group. The note is worth reading which I am providing below:

Pretty harsh. I think I know some of these people. My defence of some of these kids: some are too busy working (like I should be) and trying to make a life for themselves. Many of the people who you abuse are NOT NGO walahs. They are rather, people who write a bit on politics on the side, try to stay on the right side of the law, and if they do happen to repeat the GHQ’s lies by accident, that is because the entire country is spammed with GHQ and Jamati propaganda. As ordinary people we cannot help but run across it. Look, I started reading and writing politics as a small time hobby. And I wanted to get at what was really going on, and I got some really reality bending views on it. When you are trying to get at the truth, you have to be willing to go down a lot blind alleys to get at it. And some kids, they stay stuck in those blind alleys. Don’t blame them for it too much, politely show them the way out. It reduces the number of enemies you have and neutralises them from ganging up on you. President Zardari has shown that way.

Acknowledgements: The above post was drafted in consultation with a couple of commentators and well-wishers of the LUBP  (who would prefer to remain anonymous), I offer them my sincerest gratitude.

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  • Please note that the above post is a rushed draft. In the light of any critical comments and feedback received, I will be very pleased to refine it further.

  • Excellent post. LUBP must keep on trying to identify these pseudo intellectuals that are out there to defame democracy. It is their petty interest that democracy fails so that they can claim to be the right prophets. Unfortunately their hatred for the PPP rules their writings and thoughts

  • The learned author has given such a long list of “Tips to identify the liberal proxies of the GHQ” that one would be lucky to find a single journalist in Pakistan not falling in one of these categories. Overall message of the article ” any one criticizing the government is a GHQ proxie”.

  • @abuyossef shukri

    Did you read this paragraph in conclusion:

    “For example, several journalists (e.g., Abbas Ather, Kamran Shafi, Ayaz Amir, Ayesha Siddiqa, Farhat Taj and Nadeem Paracha) freely criticize PPP and Asif Zardari but remain respected because of their honest and balanced approach, because they frequently confront GHQ and its proxies in judiciary and media, which is unlike the selective morality of the FCS writers and bloggers.”

    I think the author has clearly identified and given some examples of respectable exceptions. You will agree that some of them (Dr. Siddiqa, Dr. Taj and Ayaz Amir etc) are fierce critics of the current government and the PPP.

  • Why did this struggling blogger try to muddy up the Taseer murder probe? Why did she want to save Mumtaz Qadri from the gallows?

    shehrbanotaseer Shehrbano Taseer
    Taseer family slams Urooj Zia’s imaginative reporting http://bit.ly/ebpozr This is why I hate media trials, reporters lust
    for 5mins of fame

    cpyala Cafe Pyala
    So w.r.t. to yesterday’s retweet of Urooj Zia’s piece questioning evidence in Taseer murder, the Taseer family strongly denies her

    an #FCS wannabe columnist was “tasked” by “them” to muddy Taseer murder probe. Check her friends and connect the dots.

    cpyala Cafe Pyala
    Believe the Taseer family has asked Pakistan Today for a full retraction for the Urooj Zia piece. Let’s see what PT has to say today.


    Taseer family slams report


    Staff Report | Published: February 24, 2011

    LAHORE – The family of the late Punjab governor Salman Taseer, who was assassinated earlier this year, expressed shock and anger on Wednesday at comments in a news report claiming that it had not made sufficient effort to ensure that the investigation of the governor’s assassination was carried out properly.

    A source close to the family said that it was deeply upset by the comments, and said how it followed up on the investigation was entirely the family’s business. The late governor’s family said it was wrong to assume that the follow-up was deficient in any way simply because the family did not wish to advertise how it was pursuing the case. The family reportedly called the report misleading – and felt that parts of the story were based on conjecture, the source added.

  • On reading Five Rupees’ “Some Idle speculation on the future of the PPP”, the first thought that came to my mind was the insult to the term “idle speculation”. The term implies a mindset that is still idle and not heavily biased. The arguments made in the article have been dredged and repeated ad infinitum and have been proven wrong, time and time again.


  • If there is anyone who is an ISI stooge, it must be the author of this post.

    Such stupidity!

  • renegades of the PPP (Sherry Rehman, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Naheed Khan..I am not agree with the inclussion of SHERRY in this list…secondly i have a big laugh on true loyalists….are they really i mean BABAR AWAN..is he really a true jiala…no not at all …he is big oppertunist and time will prove this…can you expact a loyality from X JAMATI..never…KAUSAR NIAZI was also a X JAMATI..and you have seen his role after ZAB murder…so please be realistic…

    ” true loyalists of the PPP chairman, e.g., Yusuf Raza Gilani, Babar Awan, Rehman Malik. “

    Awan may not be a Jiyala in terms of emerging from party cadre, but he remains loyal to Co-Chairperson and that is also an important quality – which is highlighted here

  • Excellent article,

    @Waraich says:

    “I am trying to understand your taxonomy. Previously you used the front-end back-end terminology to describe the establishment’s proxies.


    Now you categorize them into liberal and right wing. Any explanation?”

    The previous one was vertical analysis and the post above is horizental view.

  • ” true loyalists of the PPP chairman, e.g., Yusuf Raza Gilani, Babar Awan, Rehman Malik. “

    Its laughable though, Rehman Malik is not more than a third grade, bureaucrat. And I am afraid, if he is ousted or demoted at some point will criticise the party in the same way as Masood Sharif was criticising BB on her return to Pakistan.

    “Eik Hi Tarah K “Raah K Roroon Pe Kyun Baar Baar Girte Ho Bhai”

  • Hey your post has been discussed by many folks on Twitter.

    vali_nasr Vali Nasr
    a notable piece on military influence on media in #Pakistan bit.ly/kkYxMF”

    javeednusrat Nusrat Javeed
    How to identify liberal proxies of GHQ in Pakistani media and blogs | LUBP http://fb.me/JjCxN17S

    javeednusrat Nusrat Javeed
    @AbdulNishapuri @MaulaBuksh @Laibaah @akchishti after reading the “identifying count”, I have begun imagining as if one of them.

    Laibaah Laiba Ahmad Marri
    @javeednusrat Haha. Een saadat bazore baazoo neest. ISI’s karam is not on you, Nusrat sahab! @AbdulNishapuri @MaulaBuksh @akchishti

    javeednusrat Nusrat Javeed
    @Laibaah @AbdulNishapuri @MaulaBuksh @akchishti Why? What is so unpatriotic about me? Sad, if they ignore me. I m depressed!

    akchishti akchishti
    didn’t you guys at LUBP claimed I work for the Paindo Productions/ ISI? @AbdulNishapuri @javeednusrat @MaulaBuksh @Laibaah

    Laibaah Laiba Ahmad Marri
    @akchishti Chishti Bhai, Do u still work 4 MQM & call LUBP a fascist blog? http://bit.ly/kuoVt2 @javeednusrat @AbdulNishapuri @MaulaBuksh

    ZoomIndianMedia Zoom Indian Media
    Pakistan’s ‘Liberal’ Ghusbetias: http://bit.ly/it0BGF

    albarsheikh Albar Sheikh
    RT @CChristineFair: @NickKristof Interesting primer on the establishment’s influence on media in Pakistan http://bit.ly/kkYxMF

    DilliDurAst Toba Tek Singh
    RT @MaulaBuksh: Interesting primer on the establishment’s influence on media in Pakistan http://bit.ly/kkYxMF

    ejazhaider ejaz haider
    @Laibaah thanx for sharing; most insightful! @laalshah @mosharrafzaidi @vali_nasr

    ejazhaider ejaz haider
    @Laibaah absolutely made my day; love hilarity! @laalshah @mosharrafzaidi @vali_nasr

    ejazhaider ejaz haider
    @Laibaah in toto! employs petitio principii, a logical fallacy. but who cares! makes hilarious reading so thanx! @laalshah @mosharrafzaidi

    Laibaah Laiba Ahmad Marri
    @ejazhaider hilarious? “They always try to cover up GHQ’s role in sectarian and jihadi violence” @laalshah @mosharrafzaidi

  • Blah, blah, blah… another inane wall-to-wall whine-fest from PPP supporters to explain why nobody is standing with the present “leadership” of their party.

    It would be far easier to own-up to facts, clean out the trash from their party and learn to stand and deliver on their party manifesto.

    If PPP had done anything, *anything* for the people of Pakistan, they would not be so paranoid about this conspiracy and that. The genesis of this article is ‘Chore kee darhi mein tinka’. There are ample reasons for everybody in Pakistan to hate them. And they know it.

  • @Adnan Khan

    But the article names and appreciates many writers who are also critical of the PPP government.

    Did you read the article at all???

  • Very good post but too long…people visit blogs to get some quick facts not to go through thesis. Please make your posts shorter and avoid repeating same facts/point. As a whole it is an excellent effort to expose proxies in liberal disguise who are more dangerous than fundo’s.

    What I am unable to understand is why are you obsessed with typo of Urooj Zia and Samad Khurram. Urooj is a known ‘friend’ of young military officers. They have colorful stories to revel about her and later one (Samad Khurram) being a known ‘CHARSI’ and ‘Rakshaw’ (Actvist for hire) does not deserve to be added even in any potential proxy list.

  • @Ahmed Baloch and Ali Arqam

    While I understand your misgivings about Rehman Malik and Babar Awan, you will agree that the right wing and FCS proxies are criticizing these two persons for some other crime. Please refer to Sindhyar Talpur’s comment.

    kaheen pe nigahen, kaheen pe nishana

  • You have taken names of journos who have been critical of ISI and GHQ ( Abbas Ather, Kamran Shafi, Ayaz Amir, Ayesha Siddiqa, Farhat Taj and Nadeem Paracha). But the post is about ISI proxies. What about their names? Let’s have them.

  • “Babar Awan ” a true PPP wala ?

    i mean . . . alright we know the evil spread by GHQ but come on. You and neither PPP nor zardari or gillani are to be spared for some crap here.

    Everyone knows what ISI and GHQ is doing and what is said above is mostly correct but i guess you have exaggerated too much here just to prove you claim.

    PPP = pakistan plunder party

    This is a known fact. If you wann throw trash on ISI to clean PPP out, do so. Reality wont change.

    Be it PPP or ISI or GHQ or PMLN MQM ANP . . . all these are self centered, selfish people who only accomplish their own agendas.

    If PPP had been so anti-RIGHT WING it might have done something when TALIBAN WERE slitting the throats of your esteemed NASIRULLAH BABAR and co.

    Kindly avoid nonsense if you want readers to believe you.

  • @Jhaque This post definitely has the potential to match “The Arrivals”. Too bad, nobody reads LUBP.

  • LUBP = Zardari League

    Zardari has killed the real PPP of ZAB and BB. LUBP is accomplice to Zardari’s crimes.

  • I see alot of people critizing Babar Awan for being previously member Jamait . I wish they had done the same when their Harvad hero deleivered expert anti-american rants to jamait kids & his bigotry on indian prisoner release .

  • I read with interest the points raised. And at the end, I can only applaud your bravery. I know how much courage it takes to stand up against a military establishment which is running the country since its inception. It is only because of fair minded people like you, that we in India hope that one day, we will sit down for lunch and dinner under the pleasant shadow of a neem tree and not under 155mm field guns…God bless you

  • @Munib

    LUBP is not bulishit but Rakshaw’s like you, Samad Khurram and Burgers of NGO’s (for hire against democracy) are product of bullshit from Mullah+Military + Judges alliance against people of Pakistan.

    Rakshawa’s are only good for making noise on behest of masters. When it comes to people, you might not get elected a counselor in your town. But you see, Rakshawa’s make more noise than any other transport 🙂

  • Seems like written by PPP staunch lover… bt n e way its fun 2 read about Ghairat Brigade and their rivals & rivalry 😛

  • It would have been much better had he spent his precious time by writing on his own country’s problems rather then giving us a lecture on who is liberal ,who is not ,who is ISI/GHQ men .As far as Zardari and company is concerned lets make facts right here Zardari came into power after NRO and whole world knows who was the poineer of that excuzeme ”Militry Establishment ” so for that matter Zardari and company too is a GHQ sponsered company .Tharoor has said lot about pakistan problems like genocide of Balochi’s Shia and bla bla again it would have been much better had he wrote on Kashmir,Asaam,Nagaland,Garkhand where Indian army is involved in some serious human right voilation.can anybody ask him how much all these voilations are higlighted in Indian media ? ? if not does it mean Indian media is working for Indian establishment,Raw if not how he can blame paksitani media for not showing baloch,shia ,pashtun problems….

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  • iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @Razarumi met a top anchor a few months ago who said don’t use PIA for international travel bcse ppl just sarround you for autograph & answs

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @Darveshh no…no..u find IDP’s all over give me one name from other cities who is any different of course ppl like AkbarZaidi an exception

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @Razarumi our tv anchors like Veena Malik if she is represents epitome of cheap popularity – no substance but enough to attract attention

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @Darveshh fikri sardi tu ab sarey mulk mein hey Islamabad is just an intellectual freezer

    Darveshh Darvesh
    @iamthedrifter A friend once facetiously remarked upn being asked abt weather in Islamabad: Mausam khooshgawar,magar fikri sardi bohat hai

    Retweeted by iamthedrifter

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @Darveshh we have abundance of mediademics (media persons in the garb of academics or university staff posing as scholars and media ppl)

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @Darveshh analysts and media ppl can later borrow from those results

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @Darveshh when scholarship begins to find answers for policymakers it kills itself scholarship shld aim to answer larger research Qs

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @Darveshh the word scholarship and scholars has to be redefined along with their role

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @Darveshh also watch tv progs – all channels: the number of independent commentators is depleted very fast now ISPR approved list dominates

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @Darveshh someone once said: there are intellectuals, then there are intectuaaals and others are intelcatuls

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @shahidsaeed @Razarumi newspaper writing biggest set back to scholarship ppl write in papers and think its deep analysis

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @Razarumi @shahidsaeed sadly some of the best scholars of this country never lived in Pk

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @Razarumi @shahidsaeed but this is the real test of genuine scholarship that it produces results not necessarily effected by pop opinion

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @Darveshh trickiest to judge are from the liberal glitterati – too slippery to catch in first glance cover comes off with deeper analysis

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @shahidsaeed @Razarumi and then they get upset if someone calls them pro-mil thats what I call sad

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @shahidsaeed @Razarumi do a test: all the great pro-mil ANALYSTS today first built their reputation by posing as being independent

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @crucafix18 going down the drain where? external defeat and isolation can make systems even more elusive – they can become Nazi Germany like

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @Razarumi agreed and sadly many even go behind the backs to be on the right side of the GHQ while keeping semblance of independence

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @crucafix18 how can you fight the system – we hardly have scholars, info is centrally controlled and media largely on GHQ’s side

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @crucafix18 A bit like PIA Shaver: put some feed give some heat and out comes an analyst with gd looks, gd Ebglish & ability to throw names

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    even indt analysts & commentators are wary of straying from the officially heldline – good piece by Abbas Nasir in tday’s Dawn

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @crucafix18 I’d be damned if you can show a single think-tank in Isloo that is independent of GHQ/ISI/ISPR/SPD

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @crucafix18 the word analyst has a ring of sobriety & seriousness it doesn’t matter if most are like put through GHQ incubators

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    yeeeh! hurrah! even Bilawal B. Zardari has a future dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?pa…\123\story_3-12-2011_pg7_13

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @crucafix18 its fun to see analysts built by the army jumping up and down and getting red in the face when called pro-military

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    @crucafix18 the pnt is that it must have done something wrong to get this treatment from even those that claim to be its best frnds

    iamthedrifter Ayesha Siddiqa
    my heart cries for the Pak Mil bcse even those that thrive on its largesse are ashamed to be publicly considered as pro-military


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