“The 2013 democracy was part of the greater plan patronized by our friends in Washington, London and the Holy Land,” wrote Dr. Haider Mehdi, a Pakistani political analyst, journalist and author, at Opinion Maker, on May 2, 2013.

The Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) headed by Mian Nawaz Sharif and his younger brother Shabaz Sharif has emerged as single largest party in country’s recent general election by securing 123 seats in the 272-seat National Assembly. PML-N is still short of absolute majority to form a government without attracting the MPs elected on the seats reserved for women and the non-Muslim minorities. However, the Western Zionist-controlled media has hailed the election as “landmark” which also resulted in the death of 40 politicians and civilians.

American president Barack Obama, British prime minister David Cameron and Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh were the first world leaders to congratulate Nawaz Sharif over his party’s election victory. The European Union called the election as “land mark”. In return Nawaz Sharif promised better relations with Washington while “warmer ties” with New Delhi.

Nawaz Sharif is poised for a record third term Pakistan’s Prime Minister. His brother Shahbaz will continue as Chief Minister of Punjab for the third term. Bhutto’s Pakistan People Party (PPP) has almost got wiped off at the center – but most probably form new government in Sindh province with MQM in the opposition. World-renowned Pakistani cricketer, Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) is set to form government in Khyber-Pakhtunkwa province, bordering US-NATO occupied Afghanistan. The fourth province, troubled Balochistan, will mostly have a coalition government.

Nawaz Sharif 63, a millionaire industrialist, was introduced to politics by Pakistan’s second military dictatator, Gen. Zia-ul-Haq, in the 1980s. Zia maintained very close relations with Washington and the western-puppet regime in Riyadh. In 1999, Pakistan’s five top military commanders carried a military coup against Nawaz Sharif government and installed Gen. Pervez Musharaf as country’s fourth military dictator. Nawaz Sharif was deposed, jailed and exiled to Saudi Arabia along with 40 family members – not to return before 2010. Sharif returned Pakistan in 2007 after the downfall of Gen. Pervez Musharaf as result of mass protests and the assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto.

A refugee from Amritsar (Indian Punjab), Nawaz Sharif has always expressed his warm feelings for Pakistan No.1 enemy, India. However, this has made him dear to the Zionist-controlled western governments.

Pakistan’s former Army Chief of staff, Gen. Mirza Aslam Beg has warned Nawaz Sharif on jumping into bed with India without resolving Kashmir conflict and CIA-Mossad-RAW terrorist activities in Pakistan. “He must see the Pakistan-India in the context of the present day realities on ground – Russian-Chinese interests in the region, withdrawal of US-NATO forces from Afghanistan and Indian ambitions to become a regional power“.

Nawaz Sharif government will face many hurdles; bad economy, sectarian terrorism, foreign hands in further breakup of Pakistan, Kashmir problem, US drone attacks, Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal, Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline and West’s bogus War on Terror, etc. – and the US-Israel-Indian-sponsored separate movements in Balochistan and recently London-based MQM’s founder-president Altaf Hussain’s threat over detaching Karachi from rest of Pakistan.

Pleasing America’s Jewish lobby will be the most tough task for Nawaz Sharif to achieve – as vast majority of Pakistanis are totally against establishing diplomatic relation with Israel or rolling-back country’s nuclear research.

It’s rumored that veteran politician Sartaj Aziz would PML-N candidate for the ceremonial post of President of Pakistan, replacing current President Asif Ali Zardari whose term expires in September 2013.

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