LM often thinks our elite Muslim and Non Muslim tend to live in Parallel Worlds made famous by the Upstairs Downstairs programme but in country's like Pakistan they really take the biscuit.
Pakistan can now really make a claim to fame with the launch of Hello Pakistan a glossy magazine for rich little boys and girls who can now aspire to the lifestyles of those iconic wonders of western civilisation Like Kim Kardashian and Katie Price.
LM has always during the debate concerning the banning of the Niqab told men to get out of a woman's wardrobe however, there is something altogether more odious looking at affluent people flaunt wealth that is often stolen, the result of inheritance or simply obtained by one criminal means after another.
The Editor Ms Zaraah Safiluah Khan (Pictured) who has an interesting dress sense while showing the requisite level of flesh manages some interesting quotes. LM was intrigued by her claim that the magazine would help show "we're not all a bunch of terrorists with beards" as she regally and revealingly reclines in her sitting room with ironically shotguns hanging from the walls and presumably a bottle of Jack Daniels discreetly hidden from view for guests.
Somehow, these individuals who in their laudable desire to portray fellow Pakistanis positively appear inadvertently to revert into Goodness Gracious Me mode through their desperate desire to ape an increasingly overt western sexualised culture. Taking off your clothes or western fashion catwalks are not a sign of enlightened culture but actually a backward and retrograde step for humanity. Remember the quote from Yemen's Tawakkul Kamran that man in early times was often naked but as his intellect developed he started wearing clothes and covered his private parts.
Hello Pakistan is sadly a reflection of a pampered tiny minority who live in their gated communities and hold the rest of society with increasing contempt. The reality is it is these individuals like Model Veena Malik who have lost their faith and respect as they determine on pursuing a path which bears no reflection to actual reality just like their gurus in Bollywood who portray a fantasy world of Palaces and Love when the truth is sadly more grim.