Those who seek to communicate will still find ways, while the federal and Sindh governments revel in their idiocy.
To be neutral when you are under attack is a clear ideological position, just the wrong one.
The worst offender is Imran, his worst offense is that he is creating space for pro-terrorist narrative in mainstream.
Outrage is good; it can lead to a movement, at least, an organised response.
The meagre consistency Mian Sahib and Mr Khan are displaying is that of being consistently afraid.
We do not apologise. We lie, justify and fabricate instead.
What we lack in the fight against the Taliban is made up by increasing the intensity in the war on technology.
Perception of populist support is a fickle indicator; confidantes have uncanny knack of transforming into ‘approvers’.
The prevailing policy is to reject everything, advocate from outside the system and wait for the ‘revolution’.
We have walked long enough and with exactitude reached the middle of nowhere.