Why We Have Only 2 Options 4 Everything?
They think they are the(our) king
So our kings can do wat ever they want….
Our kings think they hv da rights to do anything for their economic benefit
Our ex kings has also da same rights to do everything to drop the present king
And our people ……we don’t have any new options to eject n elect
We are shackled by two engraved trademark
Ex and present
We have only two options for everything(y)
Ex vs. present
Atheist vs. believer
Freedom fighter vs. war criminal
We are standing on two boats at a time
in politics to be in two places at a time
its seems not normal but natural …….
We are standing on a abnormally natural situation
By their politics!
But good news is dat in physics
To be in two places at the same time would be a miracle …….
Yes it would be a miracle by our God
Wid all dis chaos (hortal, pre-hortal violence, oborodh, long march, Bomb, cocktail, fire, formalin,
load shadings, gas –water shortage, traffic jam, Shagor-Runi murder, hall marks corruptions, padma bridge corruptions, rail ministers corruptions, garments industries incidents, inflation, stagflation, poverty etc.)
we are still stay alive and
dreaming da best future for our KINGDOM ……..XXX. In-sha-Allah!
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