Had Bertrand Russell in my mind- “We only know the relationship of things, not the nature of things”. When I set out to explore the relationships that of Democracy, Secularism, Corporate Business, Internet, Pakistan and the Arabs, he syntax (West Arabia Establishment Imran khan Sex Future) that emerged compelled me first to vivisect the imagination of the dream machine, and made me study the book : The World Is Flat-The Great Sorting Out: “As the world starts to move from a primarily vertical-command and control-system for creating value to a more horizontal-connect and collaborate-value creation model (the era of the revolution down through the wires), and as we blow away more walls, ceiling, and floors at the same time, societies are going to find themselves facing a lot of very profound changes at once. But these changes won’t just affect how business gets done. They will affect how individuals, communities, and companies organise themselves, where companies stop and start, how individuals balance their different identities as consumers, employees, shareholders, and citizens, how people defines themselves politically, and what role government plays in managing all of this. This won’t all happen overnight, but over time many roles, habits, political identities, and management practices that we had grown used to in the flat world are going to have to be profoundly adjusted for the age of flatness -“Free Trade is Gods diplomacy. There is no other certain way of uniting people in the “bonds” of peace”. (The Dell Theory of Conflict Prevention: Old-Times Verses Just-in-Time/imagination).
Later, ‘The West’ linked me to the New York Times:- 2011:The Year in Pictures: “ Arab Spring: breath and hum of democracy seemed almost a libidinous thing in parts of the Middle East, but, in truth, the body heat had been simmering for years. The protests took hold in Tunisia in late 2010 after the street vendor Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire. The kindle caught and the spirit of his self-immolation lit a fuse across the region. A wave of protests struck Algeria, Egypt, Yemen, Jordan. Almost as soon as protesters in Cairo were being herded away from Tahrir Square, they were dancing at the news of Mubarak’s resignation. Ruling families began to fall. Power-transfer treaties were brokered. Parliaments were dissolved. Monarchs locked their gates and boarded their windows. In Libya, Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi was ousted and killed. NATO planes streaked a sky so blue it seemed it to speak of other Septembers. Faces, too, were lit by a new blue light. It was the era of the revolution down through the wires: time was collapsed and geography shrunk by the use of social networking. The whole world was indeed watching, listening, e-mailing. Some in the media lost their lives for the art of the images that emerged — the photographs didn’t just capture singular moments, but they looked backward and forward at the same time, at what has happened, and what is yet to come. The light from the Arab Spring rose from the ground up; the hope is now that the darkness doesn’t fall.”
Back home, courtesy- the electronic media, had the feel of the establishment and Imran Khan: The inaccuracy on the part of evaluators, in the evaluation of the contexts provided by the speech of the President, at the death anniversary of Benazir Bhotto ,and other contexts, such as the Abbot bad Operation, the Memorandum, the Salala Attack, the Haqqani Group, Mullah Zaeef setting up Taliban office in Germany, Mullah Umer’s exclusion from the most wanted list, Iran -Afghanistan gas pipeline agreement, the president envisaging a regional economic bloc consisting of Russia, China, Pakistan and other countries , had something to do with the vertical command and control in the country-the conditioned reflexes.
Sex: The photos in the album (2011: The Year in Pictures) of the Arab protesters, and Imran Khan’s supporters had many common things, such as-libidinous hum and breath of democracy, Blackberries, T-shirts, denim pantaloons, state- of- the art cameras, male female interaction, smoking habits coupled with soft drinks, Apple Notebooks and social media networks, pornography and above all anti-establishment sentiments.
The future read the syntax in reverse!!!