The Captain of Pakistan


Prime Minister Imran Khan, is neither an institutionalized politician, nor a superstar Ivy leaguer bureaucrat  parachuted as a global personality with some hidden foreign agenda. He is just a simple Pakistani, a champion athlete, a world-class cricketer, a natural born leader on a simple mission to lead the citizenry towards justice but caught on a super complex battlefield, where deception and corruption are regarded as the weapons of mastery.

Right now there is no other person in Pakistan that could ever come close to his grand stature, or his integrity and unique stamina, while he has already carved a powerful historical standing amongst the greatest leaders like Jinnah the founder of Pakistan. The world is watching, now.

Regime changes are random chapters within the Machiavellian novellas of the political historic shelves, where  institutionalized corruption is cited as the ultimate curse by each and every single government and yet openly practiced as a basic right of the national leadership of the period by the same nation.

Imran Khan, also lacks the traditional attire and decorum, the likes of billions of dollars hidden in lush paradises, life of deep indulgences, residencies outside the reach of the home nation’s law,  filing cabinets of  investigative litigations and direct support from foreign deep states, the star chambers, the seek and destroy doctrines, all with complete impunity to historic level crimes, all stolen in the name of public service.  He is not fighting for power or a seat, he is only fighting to uplift the national awareness towards integrity and social justice. He is respected, loved and cherished, something others only dream

Nevertheless, there stands in isolation Imran Khan as a sole warrior. Stands with him, today, just the nation of Pakistan.  The commoners, the citizenry, the women, the youth and the inspired faithful, the alpha dreamers, who believe that there can be a better world after all. As an honest citizen, the Captain of Pakistan, and his team fighting the serpents in the swamps and prolonged fermented crooked-tyranny. In a just-society this is mighty power, but in tyrannies it is not.

In an age, where polling lost its power decades ago, as polls are only surprisingly wrong, always. The right and wrong can only be determined by “national general elections” while the majority of citizenry agrees with him. The most shrewd and screwed business community is not. They are still where the loopholes are fertilized, where corruption is cooked, baked and fermented, where witchcraft takes the Halloween nights into looting bazaars, where only greed flies like vampires and licks anything to survive.  While the leader and his brave PTI teams are on the march, armed with bold narratives in a real life and death game. His life is in extreme danger.

Furthermore, let this be noted, despite all the global exposure and understanding like no other politician, Imran Khan during power was unable to mobilize Pakistani Diaspora, despite so many half-baked attempts the designated teams failed to even decipher what are the methodologies to harness the hidden powers of globally mobilizing millions of super talented Pakistani to reinvest in their homeland not as charity but as a land of far greater opportunities many times tactically strategic from wherever they stood as foreigners. The lack of meritocracy on the national mobilization of SME entrepreneurialism and digitalization of economies is what led Pakistan to economic collapse. It was not how much was stolen by crooks over time but far greater, what strategic opportunism missed by the nation, by the incompetents.

Pakistan, fiercely fighting for survival as a grown nation over 75 years, but despite nuclear power still grossly undeveloped on skills and merits,. The meritocracy here is only a word found in the dictionary, while the best business strategies mostly end up as tax dodging plans, the country needs a serious re-birth and a diaper-change. The time has come to re-invent Pakistan for a next 25 year national mobilization program, so the citizenry would not only understand what it takes to stand up to global-age of competitiveness. 

Do not wait for change, just become the change. A new world is emerging very fast, the world order is old order, the new world order is no order. How fast will the Captain create million smart Pakistani, on digital platforms of up-skilling for building better nation and mobilize them on a 24x7x365 agenda to train another batch of 10 million on critical thinking capable enough to expand the message and create national mobilization of entrepreneurialism via fair and just-society and start building a respectable economy and a nation. Study more on Google, as such deployments are not new funding dependent rather execution hungry.

There are two schools of thought emerging, across the world. Observe the age of The Broken Nations, where constitutionalised corruption makes countries go bankrupt as an accepted lifestyle. Notice the struggles of The United Nation on the other hand may wish to see a different picture where common good becomes a global call of humankind.

Nevertheless, Khan today is the only single global leader with such a clear narrative strong enough to articulate across the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and send clarity on how to mobilize dozens of nations, some already in similar entrapments. If OIC were to allow such a narrative and exchange it would make them stand on the right side and also make him the most powerful visionary to engage such a large number of people in pursuit of common good ever in history.

Times are dangerous, it is imperative for Imran Khan to build a professional and hierarchical PTI organization, based on meritocracy and rule of laws, the world is spinning too fast, where slippages are arranged, now demands a ‘lead, follow or get out of the way’, doctrine, otherwise, historians of the establishments already getting anxious to turn this narrative into a saga for the Machiavellian book-shelf.  No matter how, the citizenry of Pakistan is now fully with the Captain, as a newer Pakistan slowly opens. The general election announcement is mandatory.  The rest is easy.  

Naseem Javed
Naseem Javed
Naseem Javed, a Canadian born in a printing publishing family of small merchants, settled over two centuries surrounding the Red Fort in Chandni Chowk, Delhi, India. Educated and raised in Karachi, Pakistan, and arrived in Canada fifty years ago. He spent years at the 1976 Montreal Summer Olympics and learned how to create and develop global-stature organizations and events. Acquired global experiences, serviced dozens of Fortune 500 companies as a senior advisor over 25 years, and learned how to commercialize, monetize, and popularize complex ideas globally. Later, in 2000, Naseem took a sabbatical when he noticed markets lost the art of value creation and adopted value manipulation when one million dollar turnover factories traded as 100 million dollar operations in stock exchanges. He took all his high-value knowledge and experiences, placed them in a shoe box, and almost free for the world's 100 million Small and Medium Enterprises. He developed The National Mobilization of Entrepreneurialism Protocols. The rest is history. Now highlighted as a corporate philosopher, the Chair of Expothon World, and recognized authority on new economic thinking, where the mobilization of small and medium business entrepreneurialism is tabled as the savior of already struggling economies. Expothon has been sharing weekly information with some 2,000 senior officials at the Cabinet level in around 100 countries for the last 50 to 100 weeks. The narratives are an open challenge to current economic development and offer pragmatic solutions and new thinking on mobilizing the untapped talents of the national citizenry. He is a world-class speaker and author, gaining global attention.


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