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Replacing the VIP Culture

The VIP culture has pretty much been taken over by this new Jalsa Culture. This new culture, as the name suggests, points towards burning and stinging of some specific organs. “Jal” means burn and ‘”sa” means like. And this Jalsa Culture is one of manipulation, exploitation and sheer deception. Popular leaders of today, handsome and charismatic precisely, take hold of the stage for an awful number of days and rant a little about their deepest desires. Then they pretend to criticize the haves and act like they give a shit about the have-nots. When they have our attention, they whine about the status quo, questioning everything about it and pointing fingers like God didn’t put a number on that.  They ignore that they will be the status quo someday and they will repeat these mistakes and there will be other jalsas as well.

There is only this simple lesson that I want to draw your attention towards: a million people can do stupid, we have seen this in the past and we are indubitably witnessing something similar now. Also, don’t forget: all that glitters is not gold. 😀

4 comments on “Replacing the VIP Culture

  1. Wyrd Smythe
    October 11, 2014

    One of my favorite quotes is due to Berke Breathed through his character, Opus the Penguin, in the Bloom County comic strip: “If two-million people do a foolish thing, it’s still a foolish thing.”

    “…and pointing fingers like God didn’t put a number on that.”

    Well said!

  2. Sareem
    November 18, 2015

    Thanks for the sharing wonderful news and updates about Pakistan. Hadeel you are doing fabulous job at your another website.

  3. smaty fy
    November 9, 2018

    i am reading this blog in 2018

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