When the going gets tough, the tough get going. That’s what we Pakistanis believe in because we never remain stagnant. No matter what the problem is or how big it may seem, we will stand tall! As you all may know that the Saudi King has visited our country which is a big honor for all of us and someone got jealous. Nonetheless, there is no good without bad and no wonder why the good news is always followed by something mischievous because let’s face it, ‘people do get jealous’! But the thing is, they act like that annoying kid at the park blaming everything on others rather than personal deficiencies. We, as Pakistanis condemn such attacks and stand against such acts of violence. But if we say we didn’t do it, don’t blame your weaknesses on us. How about you strengthen your defense system eh?
We don’t know about the happening of an actual war between India and Pakistan and only the time will tell. However, a virtual or a digitalized war is surely visible on Twitter and other social media platforms. If you try talking sense to these people, the only counter argument they come up with is ‘terrorism and religion’ and… that’s it. That’s how they talk and that’s all they know because it is difficult to infiltrate a lot of information into their peanut sized brain. So, it all started from the Pulwama attacks and India, as usual, blamed it on Pakistan. Do you remember the time when they held a pigeon spy captive? Yup! Similar strategy!
You can see in the above mentioned tweet that they don’t possess a sane frame of mind that is generally used for a healthy debate. They’re all over the place! Something breaks in India, they blame it on Pakistan. If someone dies a natural death, Pakistani! If a pigeon comes for a friendly visit. Pak…! You see! That’s how things get handled by them.
Also, our neighbors get so ‘happy’ whenever something good happens to Pakistan like having a PSL cup or being visited by a Saudi King. Narendra Modi also said: “India will give a strong reply for Kashmir attack”. He didn’t threaten us directly so, we’ll just leave it right there. But one thing needs to be said out loud, if its war, IT IS WAR!! And haven’t you heard the stories about our historical fighters?
So, cutting straight to the point, let’s talk about the things that are cooking over the social media with the typical threats posed by the ‘stars’ and other ‘humanitarians’ on twitter. For instance, this drama queen, also known as Kangana Ranaut, said “Pakistan has not only violated our nation’s security they have also attacked our dignity by openly threatening and humiliating us. We need to take decisive actions or else our silence will be misunderstood for our cowardice… Bharat is bleeding today, the killing of our sons is like a dagger in our gut; anyone who lectures about non-violence and peace at this time should be painted black, put on a donkey and slapped by everyone on the streets.”
I think it would be a good idea for Miss Ranaut to stick to her career rather than meddling away to the state affairs. She doesn’t know what she’s talking about and how far it would go. There are other people who have also shared their insanity on Twitter. So, let’s get started and scrutinize some of the other virtual threats:
Would be nice for Mr. Kapoor to have a glass of water prior to posting his tweets. Oh! By the way, we also stand by the bereaved families especially our Kashmiri ‘bothers and sisters’. They are part of us! And yes, no one can be friends with such attackers.
Javed Akhtar was supposed to arrive in Karachi and because of these attacks, he has canceled his plan to Pakistan. Read more about this on StreetBuzz. Here’s what he tweeted:
In conclusion, all of us Pakistanis stand against terrorism but enough with the blame game. How about coming with the actual facts and evidences instead of inconclusive texts or threats?