First of all my comment was for you and not against you, that its your turn to come out of hibernation. Young generation is different, rather better in terms of feudalistic mentality. They keep less grudges and are more open to realities.
Reg. your active sources, thanks for newspaper clips.
I am not in the business of writing and so are you. You are an icon of a leadership family of the third world. People look at them more than real God. Human worshiping is their genetic code, unfortunately.
West has left idolism way behind. We made more. Leaders, Mullahs, Peers, Generals and Rich are all new Gods for masses. Thats the difference between east and west democracies. The success of Barak Obama is the proof that in spite of very strong conservative roots, people voted their mind and not family or cultural pressures.
In my opinion, your late father was the victim of a power game, but he was a very bold man, stood against a ruthless Military dictator cum mullah.
Regarding my writings in newspaper, i am a nobody, but you try mailing some thing to media without your name at bottom.
Best wishes for your future endeavors, if any. You are still a light beam at the end of tunnel.
( I have the honor to meet your Grand Father in his own Garhi Khudabuksh Larkana house in 1967, when he was in political wilderness, forming his new party. Very often he use to travel from Karachi to Moenjodaro airport on morning Fokker flights with brief case and a 'Dawn' newspaper in his hand. He invited me to join his infant party, as i was a student and a PIA crew then. The least i could say about him is that he was the only statesman, Pakistan had after 40's Muslim league leaders led by founder Jinnah. His gifts to Pakistan are 1973 Constitution, Nuclear vision plan, Steel mill and great international relations. Now we have to live with thankless greedy midgets. )