Countries having minimal resources rely upon wealthy nations to make ends meet. Developed nations'(a few not all) role can be elaborated in a nutshell as the ones who are to manipulate emerging nations, fearing their growth and supremacy one day would risk theirs. It’s a monopoly played by elite countries restricting others to have adequate conditions in their lives.

Here a case would be discussed referring to a key player in today’s world in respect of modern weaponry and substantial economy. Feudalism structure still exists in the world where superiors get their job done and others are to follow them in every worldly manner without skipping a single platform. Today Feudalism is in a slightly more modified form, perhaps sugar coated Feudalism might be the perfect term, where influential nations make third world countries believe that every act of theirs, against them, including military engagement would be done for their own good no matter how many living souls are perished in this game of attaining infinite resources.
21st century has brought it’s own methodology, in the book of superpowers it has torn the pages including any name other than United States of America. Earlier Soviet union had it’s name in the superpowers book and had a part and say in major world defining actions. The year 1992, Khans world cup? Surely other more important things did happen in the year 1992. Here a reference to collapse of soviet union in this year would mark it’s importance. After severe cold war over domination of the world between Kremlin and pentagon, finally pentagon succeeded.
U.S. got it’s trophy, after this watershed moment U.S. would operate the world single handedly according to it’s own will. Before the year 1992 and post world war 2 era developing nations would roll between them and shook hands with either of them according their foreign policies. That was certainly more favourable for developing nations as a single conflict with the super power would not place a question mark on it’s survival and in case of friction always the country would take the cover of a super power against the other super power.
Pakistan’s land also narrates the story of a small fish fighting against polluted water. This story is of a country whose labs entertain nuclear fission reaction enabling this country to produce weapons of mass destruction or nuclear weapons, a country having highly equipped army with at least 0.6 million active manpower.
Bombings of 9/11 affected several countries, Pakistan also couldn’t escape it’s negative effects. 9/11 bombings and any other activity against humanity should be condemned and every living creature is having a heavy heart for all of those who died or got injured due to the bombings.
Soon after the 9/11 bombings Washington connected it’s lines with Islamabad and in a conversation held between officials of U.S. and Pak things were made very obvious. Use of undiplomatic and harsh terms by U.S. officials’ side was observed. Pak officials were told either they are with them or against them plus bombing Pakistan and sending it back to the stone age was the key aspect discussed that day. (As claimed by Gen(r) Pervez Musharaf) Such statements if produced are undoubtedly a big question mark on country’s diplomacy. However Pakistan realized it’s ideal strategic position neighbouring Afghanistan and world’s need and pressure more importantly. Pak finally hopped in the deadly pool of war on terror.
Pak’s Land was used as a route for NATO supplies and military bases were constructed for precision attacks, infact it was Pakistan’s gesture of it’s full scale participation in the war. With Pakistan’s first steps in the war, Pakistan started to face severe retaliation from militant groups which were previously silent and had no business to do with Pakistan or it’s armed forces. Bloodshed was seen in major cities of Pakistan as a result of suicide bombings. Over 70’000 Pakistani souls were lost in the battle which Pakistani administration initiated on western pressure. Grievous part is yet to come, instead of recognizing Pakistan’s sacrifices western propaganda generated a new view point bashing Pakistan of producing militants and providing safe heavens.
2011 made us think that the phrase “might is right” might be right. May 2nd 2011, despite cooperation in every department from Pakistani side, U.S. armed forces crossed Pakistani fence line in an operation with the aim of Killing Bin Laden Hidden in a compound of abottabad city as claimed by them. Whether they succeeded or not remains classified and is beyond the knowledge of a common man as no corpse was shown to the world but one thing conquers the mind of every sane Pakistani that if they would have consulted Pakistani authorities they would have made this task much easier for the U.S.
Maybe former U.S. president Barack Obama wanted something to flaunt for his 2012 election campaign and if that was the goal then he surely hitted the bullseye as he got elected for further 4 years in 2012, agreed on the point that presidency demands military action that is what U.S. tax payer pays for but wouldn’t that be good idea for a super power to spend on it’s own people rather than playing with sovereignty and integrity of developing nations?
November 2011, Salala incident occurred, 28 Pakistani soldiers embraced martyrdom. A fine example of super power’s brutality. Pakistan is just an example of a small fish(developing country) but this fish surely got through polluted water but there are stories where small fish didn’t make it.
Here one can quote Shakespeare who said in regard to Jewish nation but every helpless person on this planet can interpret these lines.
“If you prick us, do we not bleed? if you tickle us, do we not laugh? if you poison us, do we not die? and if you wrong us, shall we not revenge?”
Here one can give a rebuttal speech pointing out U.S. aid packages but one should endorse the fact that the damages caused by someone else’s war are far more greater than those funding packages.
The point is simple that aggression should be confronted whether it’s done by Adolf Hitler’s forces against the Jews or by Saddam Hussain’s forces against Kuwaiti people. But still negation of positive aspects is not an option and Pakistani nation is warm heartedly looking forward to have good relations with the U.S. based on equality.