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Zardari suffering from Mental Problems

According to the Constitution of Pakistan, a person of unsound mind cannot be a member of Parliament or the President of Pakistan

Zardari is now to confront this recent series of allegation where he himself used a New York based psychiatrist in 2007 to issue him a report declaring him with a range of psychiatric illnesses, including dementia, major depressive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. That report issued a year back helped him past an outstanding English case but it now may come to haunt his accession to the throne. In all honesty Pakistanis need no ‘report’ to declare him ‘of unsound mind’ – Simply said we know HE IS.

Pakistan presidential candidate Asif Ali Zardari ’suffering from severe mental problems’

In March 2007 New York psychiatrist Philip Saltiel found that Mr Zardari’s time in detention left him with severe “emotional instability“, memory loss and concentration problems, according to court documents seen by the Financial Times. “I do not see any improvement in these issues for at least a year,” he wrote. Stephen Reich, a psychiatrist from New York State, said Mr Zardari was unable to recall the birthdays of his wife and children and had thought about suicide. Mr Zardari used the medical reports to successfully fight a now defunct English High Court case in which the Pakistan government sought to sue him over alleged corruption. The case was dropped in March.

He forced the Supreme Court in Pakistan to drop all cases under the influence of the NRO, he has since then also yesterday forced the Pakistani prosecutor in Switzerland to forcibly drop his Swiss case as well which was suddenly shoved under the carpet. So I can easily speculate that he can cook up a good story to sneak past this mental disorder query.


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  • Rashid August 26, 2008, 11:41 am

    Zardari is not eligible to become president. He is mentaly sick. He will sold the country.

  • farooq August 26, 2008, 12:27 pm

    thief president for a thief nation……….lol

  • Usman August 26, 2008, 12:27 pm

    The most important thing is that, Zardari is an already tested personality in our country. And all of us have his previous character in front of us (Mr. 10%). A champion of Corruption (a corruption that can’t even be proved afterwards). So, why do we put the same persons on trial again and again? Why to repeat same mistakes again and again? Why not try new personalities?…..

  • Malik August 26, 2008, 12:41 pm

    A person like Dr. A.Qadeer Khan should be the President of Pakistan

  • shahzad August 26, 2008, 12:46 pm
  • CHEEMA August 27, 2008, 1:06 pm

    Nawaz Sharif did not play wisely he took the country down with Musharraf. And for that future will never forgive him, Atzaz and TV channels
    Before Lal Masjid Incident everything was on track. Yes Musharraf may have screwed up in Lal Masjid but his enemy Nawaz took advantage of his mistake to bring country back to stone age. Have we seen Atzaz on tv lately? Probably ppp has banned him to come on tv.
    Politics hold Pakistan economy hostage
    read more at http://www.atimes.com/atimes/South_Asia/JH28Df02.html

    They (people) said Musharaf was corrupt, evil, blood thirsty dictator who should be thrown away, gotten rid of for the good of the country.

    And, then choose Zardari?

    Are we kidding?
    Do we expect the pigs to fly in the sky?

    Snake is snake, it will bite no matter what, bitting is its nature.

    I am all for giving democracy a chance, but not at the cost of the country. Putting such a disgraceful personality at the Presidency is a slap to all those who voted for the _CHANGE_.

    According to a report in NY times, senior officials in the Bush admin are apparently asking Zalmay Khalilzad some angry questions about his unauthorized contacts with Zardari.

    This ties in nicely with the report on Mr. Zardari’s mental condition. Zalmay Khalilzad is the same guy who used to regularly badmouth Pakistan and was given a befitting response by our foreign office spokesperson Masood Khan who accused Khalilzad of suffering from attention deficit disorder:
    “It would be very helpful if he does a little less by talking less. He seems to be suffering from attention deficit disorder,” Mr Masood Khan said. “In the beginning, there was indignation in Islamabad, but now we are amused, because we think he is pushing the envelope to seek attention,” the foreign office spokesman said.
    Pakistan presidential candidate Asif Ali Zardari ’suffering from severe mental problems’
    http://asifalizardari.wordpress.com/2008/08/26/pak istan-presidential-candidate-asif-ali-zardari-suff ering-from-severe-mental-problems/

    The following events are bound to follow:

    1) Mr. Zardari gets required number of votes and gets the president.

    2) A dark era begins, where he’ll loot Pakistanis more than ever before.

    3) Zardari Strikes a deal with USA and UK and EU to finish Pakistan’s nuclear program for heavy sums of money

    4) Zardari in an effort to gain control of the nuclear and defense assets, replaces Gen Kayani and appoints some junior general as COAS.

    5) The like minded elite, as mentioned above, gives required access to US.

    6) The neighbouring countries start their interventions into Pakistan, and trying their best to disintegrate (Naooz-u-Billah) our beloved homeland.

    I would strongly recommend that we wake up now, or it would be too late to stop this from happening. Zardari has a documents history of violence against his own family (Murtaza Bhutto, BB) and he can never ever be sincere to anyone if he hasnt been sincer to his own in-laws.

  • Shahbaz September 11, 2008, 10:10 am

    Great Sharing

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