Prime Minister Khan’s Patriotic Rally Proposal Is Democratic Security At Its Finest

Prime Minister Khan’s Patriotic Rally Proposal Is Democratic Security At Its Finest

By Andrew Korybko

This term refers to the wide range of counter-Hybrid War tactics and strategies such as Prime Minister Khan’s efforts to publicly expose this foreign regime change plot against him and his call for Pakistanis to peacefully stage patriotic rallies across the country in response. It’s of the highest importance for the entire world to see that his people are against the US’ Hybrid War on Pakistan.


Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, who’s facing a rolling regime change operation against him orchestrated by the US in response to his independent foreign policy, called on his compatriots to peacefully stage patriotic rallies across the country tomorrow ahead of parliament’s no-confidence vote. He said that “I want you all to protest for an independent and free Pakistan.” The embattled premier also questioned the legitimacy of the upcoming motion, rhetorically asking “How can I accept the result when the entire process is discredited? Democracy functions on moral authority – what moral authority is left after this connivance? The move to oust me is blatant interference in domestic politics by the United States.” Suffice to say, Prime Minister Khan is absolutely correct in his assessment.

His patriotic rally proposal is a strategic masterstroke since it represents the concept of “Democratic Security” at its finest. This term refers to the wide range of counter-Hybrid War tactics and strategies such as Prime Minister Khan’s efforts to publicly expose this foreign regime change plot against him and his call for Pakistanis to peacefully stage patriotic rallies across the country in response. It’s of the highest importance for the entire world to see that his people are against the US’ Hybrid War on Pakistan. They don’t want their country to return to being an American vassal state, nor to once again endanger is security interests by hosting US bases like opposition leader Shehbaz Sharif recently implied could happen when scandalously comparing Pakistan to defeated Germany and Japan.

Patriotic rallies also serve the purpose of uniting the nation, which is crucial during this artificially manufactured political crisis that’s intended to plunge Pakistan into turmoil and reverse its impressive pro-sovereignty gains of the past few years since Prime Minister Khan entered into office in 2018. This strategy is consistent with the incumbent leader’s revolutionary roots in the opposition when he similarly organized large-scale rallies across the country. He’s a bonafide Pakistani patriot who isn’t against America but simply wants his country to finally be treated as its equal with the respect that it’s deserved all along. The steps that he’s taken in that direction enraged the declining unipolar hegemon that took Pakistan’s vassalhood for granted and assumed that it would last forever.

Be that as it is, Pakistanis themselves were never pleased with the disrespectful position that their previous leaders placed their country in vis-à-vis the US. They’re too proud to accept submitting to anyone just because a handful of crooked politicians sold out their national interests for self-enrichment at everyone else’s expense. Sharif is one such figure who’s suspected of doing precisely that, especially in the present day by becoming the face of this rolling regime change operation. Pakistan, however, is represented by its people, not one or another politician, whether a patriot like Prime Minister Khan or a suspected traitor like Sharif. That’s why it’s so important for them all to peacefully take to the streets on Sunday to show everyone that they don’t accept this US-orchestrated regime change campaign.


Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are author’s own and do not necessarily reflect the editorial policy of Voice of East.


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