Video blog: Fatima vs Bilawal Bhutto - a brighter future?

Fatima and Bilawal are politically seasoned and well educated. Is this enough to make them leaders?

Carbonated Tv September 29, 2011
This video addresses the two bright youngsters of the Bhutto family, Fatima Bhutto and Bilawal Bhutto. Filmed in a way that encourages comparison, the imperative question asked is which one of the two could lead Pakistan to a better future.

The name Bhutto is, most definitely, one that is familiar to each and every Pakistani. With Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the Chairman of the PPP, emerged a family that would continue to play a strong role in Pakistani politics. Even though three of his four children were murdered, Fatima Bhutto and Bilawal Bhutto are continuing to carry the family legacy of an active history in politics.

Although the two youngsters are similar in that they have both lost a parent, and are vocal about Pakistani politics, this is as far as their similarities go.

Fatima Bhutto is an ardent writer. She has been overtly critical of her Aunt, and has blamed the death of her father on Benazir Bhutto's regime. She has made her presence on national and international forums. However, Fatima has no desire to use her family name to enter politics; this, she says, she wasnts to do solely via her prose.

Bilawal Bhutto, on the other hand, was born in Pakistan, but spent most of his life in the UAE, and then went to Oxford University. At the ripe age of 19, he was made the Chaiman of PPP, however, he can hardly speak his mother tongue.

The two youngsters are politically seasoned, have sound educational backgrounds and have had a tremendous amount of exposure. Is this, however, enough to guarantee a bright future to Pakistan?

This video is taken from Carbonated TV 

 

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Umaid | 8 years ago | Reply | Recommend @sarah: Seriously, this stubborn nature of our people (including you) has brought this country to the brink disaster, we can never recover from. Kindly list the reason for your support? is it cause of your peer's, in your case (parents, i donno) supported this political part. I'm trying to understand the devotion. May be i'm wrong and you are right, but as per my wrongful thoughts, I only see disaster when it comes to PPP. Kindly correct me if I'm wrong!
AIRA | 8 years ago | Reply | Recommend people of pakistan loves u fatima BEST OF LUCK
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