Barely four days left for the 60th anniversary of our beloved nation, but it seems that many citizens are just not motivated enough to celebrate this milestone. It appears that the people have been disheartened by the continuous political twists and turns that have besieged our country since the past few months which saw the attack on the the judiciary, the 5/12 massacre then the recent rumor of State of Emergency.
Its sad but the citizens of Pakistan just don’t feel patriotic enough to celebrate. Sensing this onset of depression Buzzvines has launched an ‘I still Love Pakistan, Do You?’ campaign just to bring out that patriotic spirit amongst Pakistanis.
I would suggest every Pakistani to take a moment and say a few words on why you love Pakistan and post it to the buzzvines site. My message posted on the site is as follows.
I love Pakistan, have done so throughout my life, and will love it forever.
Pakistan belongs to its people and not to the bunch of rotten corrupt politicians that have come and gone. Pakistan has been resilient enough to withstand the onslaught of corruption year after year for 60 years running, watching one tyrant after another make his own heaven on earth, even then my country withstood the onslaught and continued to serve its people. After a 60 year struggle it seems to be a little battle worn and tired and its now time for true Pakistanis like us, to stand up and give our nation a helping hand. It does not ask for much, just simply your love for the nation and maybe a good ruler at the helm of the ship and the courage to stand up and boldly say, I LOVE PAKISTAN very soon we shall see our efforts bear fruit and the new rising sun will take Pakistan into the skies like never before
Believe in Pakistan like never before and boldly say Pakistan Zindabad
I generally am not a big fan of Tag-blogging but feel this movement deserves to be promoted as much as possible, I have taken the liberty of tagging a few bloggers and hope that they all join the effort to promote this cause.
- The Olive Ream
- Adnan Siddiqui
- Behind the Chairman’s Door
- Hammad Memon
- Abbas Halai
- Karachi, Lahore & Islamabad Metroblogs
- S A J Shirazi
- Individual Counts
- Insanely Human
- Asad Asif
- Suspect Paki
- The Glasshouse
- Salam Bazar
- The Public Toilet
- Mansoor Adenwala
- Phils Canvas
- Umar Siddiqui
- Unaiza Nasim
- Understanding Pakistan Project
- Urdu Bayaaz