Release of the diplomatic notes by WikiLeaks has given many points to think upon for our
nation and so-called leaders.
One can have opinion about the timing and selected nature of the documents. But also it needs
to be kept in mind that these were notes written by US ambassadors and foreign service employees who work with governments and officials.
For Pakistan it has added more shame to our national hall of shame. Our civil and military
rulers share there views, confidential information, policy issues and others so carelessly
with ambassadors of their masters that our status as free country comes under serious considerations.
From discussing views about political changes in Pakistan to nuclear program and AQ Khan future, Pakistani sovereignty and freedom has been compromised on every occasion by Pakistan military and civil leadership.
It’s a shame to see how our leaders were begging from American support (as reported by US ambassador to foreign office) and convincing them about their loyalty with American Administration.
We can say that the views and opinions of US ambassadors themselves, on different issues like war on terror, nuclear program or political scenario in the country , can be wrong as they represent the policies of American Administration but the conversations themselves are shameful.So far no denial or claim for these documents to be fake have not come from the US administration.
People like Kiyani,Shuja Pasha,Zardari,Gillani etc should be made accountable for their acts of selling the country and its interests. But in Pakistani circumstances it almost looks impossible.
Also it is said that these documents are released as a result of internal conflict of interests within American Administration but one thing is for sure, they should make the so-called leadership careful about their future conversations especially when they are selling their country for greed and lust of power.
No matter what the real intention of leaking the documents was but it has at least exposed some areas which were not under normal radar.