We are well aware about the extent the awfulness of Pakistani politicians. There are numerous examples that testify the claim, but the limits of this insanity have unfortunately not been determined as yet.
An example of this was demonstrated when the convicted Prime Minister of Pakistan, Yousuf Raza Gillani was recently interviewed by a CNN journalist on his visit to United Kingdom. Even though there were various issues that were discussed, some of the answers by the Prime Minister were either equivalent to doing a stand-up comedy or make you pity the state he leads.
In either case you have to give full marks to the defiance and courage with which he defends his illogical logics. A couple of such instances have been provided below in the form of time managed sequences.
Am I Disqualified? Am I not?
When questioned about his recent conviction by the apex court of the country on not following court orders to reopen corruption cases against the President of the Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari, he in his usual style said that he has not done anything against the constitution.
So, we are able to deduce two things. Either he has a different constitution that says doing corruption is the inherent right of every leader, protecting a corrupt president will help you in the life hereafter and laugh at people who talk about morals and ethics. Second, he has no idea, far and wide, about what the constitution says and how it is supposed to be implemented. This continues up till 1:54
Planning a party without daddy’s permission?
Ok, let me get this straight for you. US has already casted its speculations regarding the presence of Al-Qaeda chief Aiman Al Zawahiri in Pakistan. Now, instead of taking a bold and courageous stance on the issue, Gilani immediately becomes defensive.
Not really aware whether he suffers from some disorder or not, but the way he reacts will only confirm United States worst fears, or may be his defiance is for all the wrong and personal reasons. Moreover, he still lives in the lalaland of US and Pakistan working together. That’s exactly where the stand-up comedian I earlier talked about pops in.
While leaving, please have some Gillani-ology
The super and final dose of entertainment arrives at the very final stage of the video. When asked about the increasing dissatisfaction and trust deficit that prevails among the people of Pakistan, Gilani’s answer amazed us. When told that an overwhelming majority of people is considering plans to leave Pakistan, Gilani imparts his wisdom of Gillani-ology by addressing to the people says, ‘Why don’t they leave then? What is stopping them?’
You listen to this and you feel like burying yourself alive twenty feet deep. The reaction of CNN’s Becky Anderson is actually priceless. Is it humiliating and embarrassing? Sure it is. It is the equivalent of the Prime Minister telling a 180 million people to go to hell. It’s as if he’s saying, I have a dozen problems of my own, my son is being tried in a narcotics scam case, I have been convicted and you guys are worried about your visas?
Well then, this is the Prime Minister of Pakistan for you…