Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Supreme Court’s orders to arrest PM Raja Pervaiz Ashraf sets Conspiracy Mindset in motion

As the Supreme Court issues orders to arrest the Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf in Rental Power case, the ever-alive factories of conspiracy mindset have set in motion in Pakistan.

Here is the report:

Rental Power: SC orders to arrest PM

“Supreme Court of Pakistan (SC) has issued orders to arrest Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf in Rental Power case, Geo News reported. The SC directed the authorities concerned to arrest 16 accused including the prime minister after presenting challan within 24 hours. The chief justice ordered that all concerned, regardless of their rank, who have been booked in the case be arrested and if someone leaves the country, then chairman of NAB (anti-corruption watchdog) will be held responsible along with his investigating team," lawyer Aamir Abbas told AFP. "The sixteen include Raja Ashraf," said Abbas, referring to Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf.”

[The News, January 15, 2013]

I think it’s very simple:

If one has got a conspiracy mindset, he has thousands of clues and links to connect the Supreme Court’s orders with the toppling of the present government: e.g. that the arrest orders are a result of a conspiracy against the present government hatched by this or that entity.

Actually, the conspiracy mindset is like a virus in the mind reproducing itself and affirming its own propositions. No dose of anti-biotic rationality can fight this mindset; until and unless that mindset develops immunity to this virus.

Otherwise, if one is endowed with a constitutional mindset, a rational thinking approach, he would behave differently, think differently.

As long as there is a constitutional government in power; there is an independent judiciary taking care of every un-constitutional act; there is a plethora of electronic and print media outlets working autonomously; in short, as long as there is a constitutional set-up intact; there is no fearing of the toppling of the present government.

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