The Candid Eye

July 28, 2009

Asif Zardari’s innovative approach to fill in prisons!

Filed under: Pakistan — thecandideye @ 6:00 AM
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Have you come across this recent news on Zardari? The pakistan president seems to have lost his sense of humour ever since he became the president of Pakistan.You might be put behind the bars if you ever try to crack a joke on him.You may have to spend the rest of your life in prison or atleast 14 years in jail is guaranteed.This is the kind of guarantee you can expect in a state like Pakistan and from a president like Zardari.Neither your life nor rights are guaranteed protection but the prisons are guaranteed to be filled in.

Pakistan president - Image Courtesy: Telegraph.co.uk

Pakistan president - Image Courtesy: Telegraph.co.uk

Zardari jokes:
“Terrorists have kidnapped our beloved Zardari and are demanding $5,000,000 or they will burn him with petrol. Please donate what you can. I have donated five litres.”
To commemorate the ascension to the Presidency, Pakistan Post has officially launched a new stamp. But the people of Pakistan are confused which side on the stamp to spit on.
Robber: “Give me all your money!”
Zardari: “Don’t you know who I am? I am Asif Ali Zardari.”
Robber: “OK. Give me all my money”

Mr Zardari, the widower of the assassinated former prime minister, Benazir Bhutto, has long courted controversy.

During his wife’s two tenures he earned the nickname of “Mr 10 per cent” on account of his alleged penchant for demanding kickbacks on government contracts.

Zardari jokes:

“Terrorists have kidnapped our beloved Zardari and are demanding $5,000,000 or they will burn him with petrol. Please donate what you can. I have donated five litres.”

To commemorate the ascension to the Presidency, Pakistan Post has officially launched a new stamp. But the people of Pakistan are confused which side on the stamp to spit on.

Robber: “Give me all your money!”

Zardari: “Don’t you know who I am? I am Asif Ali Zardari.”

Robber: “OK. Give me all my money”

Zardari Ha Ha is the new website launched in response to this ban on jokes on Zardari.

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