Ideally, any nation’s defence infrastructure, inclusive of its missiles and even nuclear capabilities is meant primarily for protecting citizens of the country against all external threats. However, since Pakistan is a renowned nation of clowns and parody, a rather bizarre development has now left the world community confused, as to whether Pakistanis are genuinely comical or if it is all a grand show.
Javed Miandad, former Pakistani cricketer and currently a coach of the sport was seen yesterday begging his fellow citizens and Pakistani compatriots to help their nation become debt-free. Miandad, known for his unconventional style of captaincy and batting, posted a video on Twitter, whereby, he quite literally was begging for funds.
Javed Miandad revealed that his bank account will be an ‘international’ one, registered under his name. He said that nobody, except him, will be allowed to operate the account, and that the money deposited in his account will be used to pay off the loans Pakistan has taken from IMF (International Monetary Fund).
The man appealed to even those who have repeatedly ‘looted’ Pakistan to donate generously to the noble cause undertaken by him so that Pakistan can continue to call itself a “nuclear-powered nation”. According to Miandad, if Pakistan is unable to repay its massive debt to the IMF in a time-bound manner, the body will snatch away all its nuclear capabilities, just as a parent snatches away sweets from a child who faults.
Bizzare as it may sound, Miandad seemed quite serious about his master-plan to make Pakistan repay all its debts, while at the same time saving the country’s “atom bombs”. Javed Miandad went on to say that if Pakistan wanted more loans in the near future, lenders like the IMF will take away the ‘atom bombs’ of the country, and only then advance their loan.
A part of the former cricketer’s master plan includes the notion that all Pakistani’s will be religiously donating to his frivolous “international bank account”, opened with the National Bank of Pakistan, every month. As of June 2019, Pakistan’s gross external debt stood at a staggering $103.6 billion. How Miandad plans to amass such money in order to pay back Pakistan’s debt is something which kaafirs like us can definitely not comprehend. Meanwhile, the Pakistan government’s public debt rose to Rs. 33.4 trillion only recently.
We are convinced that Miandad was dead serious about his propositions and that he has taken it upon himself to rid his joke of a country from debts. Comical as it may sound, we would not be surprised if Pakistanis actually actively participate in this soon-to-be circus, since losing their atom bombs is indeed a risk which no Pakistani would live to see. The nation’s entire existence is based on the fact that they have nuclear-capabilities to strike India. Remove those weapons from the equation, and Pakistan ceases to exist.
Javed Miandad is a relative of most wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim, who many say, is housed in Pakistan. The coming days will be interesting, as we will get to see how Miandad’s crowdfunding campaign works among the Pakistani masses. It will also be comical to see how citizens run around to save their nuclear weapons, while the opposite should be happening in a sane country. But as we know, Pakistan is a den of insanity.