Zardari at 5th position

Yet another recognition for the president of Pakistan, Mr Asif Ali Zardari. In the latest issue of the Foreign Policy magazine, a list of world’s top 13 losers is published and thanks to his ever growing “popularity”, Zardari is well positioned at the fifth spot. Here is how the magazine recognized his contributions:

Zardari was known to be a bad guy long before he became Pakistan’s president. Many of the closest friends of his late wife, Benazir Bhutto, could not stand him. Now, as it turns out, neither can most of the Pakistani people. Locked in a bitter struggle with opposition leader Nawaz Sharif, Zardari showed his weakness by capitulating to demands to reinstate Pakistan’s former Chief Justice per Sharif’s demands. Now in a desperate attempt to reassert control of his own party he may be plotting the ouster of his Prime Minister according to Indian press reports. He’s on the ropes, his opposition is gaining strength, and meanwhile fraught, dangerous, complex Pakistan is hardly being governed at all. 

Too bad, he missed out on the top spot 😦

11 comments so far

  1. JDee on

    Well, look at the bright side. At least, he is good at something.

  2. Ahmed on

    he is good at numerous other things but unfortunately those lists are not published officially

  3. Ali on

    >>”he is good at numerous other things but unfortunately those lists are not published officially”

    Lolz :D.. so true.

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  5. Rashid Rupani on

    Badnaam hue to kya naam na hua. BTW Congrats to him.

  6. adeelijaz49 on

    If we do not respect the President of our country, no one else will.

    Nice comments….

  7. Adnan on

    Respect has to be earned Adeel.

    Leaders like him give humanity a bad name. I am not saying he is worst ever – but he is definitely on the top.

    It was told my Prophet(SAWS) as the signs of the end of times, the worst amongst us will be our leaders due to our own amaal that is.

  8. adeelijaz49 on

    Mr. Adnan, He spent nine years in Jail. Did any corrupt politician ever did that ????

    • Adnan on

      Hey Adeel,

      I totally missed your reply. He spent 9 years claiming his innocence claiming it was political conspiracy, he didn’t spend it accepting that he was guilty for the crimes committed.

      But I do agree, in terms of time spent. No-one (Corrupt politician) can beat him.

      We don’t have much of a choice, he is getting the chance – his government has been in power for a year now. I hope it does do something.


  9. adeelijaz49 on

    And Mr. Adnan!!!

    If you kill some one, and you spend 14 years in prison. That is your punishment. Once you come out of Jail you start a new life. He’s passed his tenure in jail for Politically motivated cases and still you guys are commenting like this. At least give him a chance to prove himself.

  10. sadiaali on

    hahah i think ap ke nazar men….

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