Afghanistan

Afghanistan

Friday, February 12, 2010

Three Categories of people in Afghanistan!

Higher Category: People of this category are the richest among all. They are holder of different positions in government or out of the country. Sky is the limit for them.  They are self-center, focus and don't think out of their lives' circles.  They are thirsty for success, earnings and self-benefits. Never satisfy with less.  Always want to be the winners and have the highest positions and the buildings in the society. They personally do not care about government, environment and people's benefit and requirements. They have no time for others, except their families.

Middle Category: People of this category are the middle earners. They are focus, doer and hungry for achievements. They are either engage with private businesses (shops, restaurants, hotels) or UNs and NGOs  or government lower positions. They live with the ideology that European or Western countries are heaven on the earth. It is clean, beautiful, loyal and easy. Government pays you, houses, electricity and water are free and buying a car is a matter of click.  They do whatever it takes to leave the county to make a living in one of these countries. They believe these countries are an automatic world like a PC with out any virus/error....
Lower Category: People of this category are the beggars. They beg on street for living. Do not have food, clean water, clothes and shelters. They always focus on how to find food to pass a day. Their lives are full of tensions. A tension for the morning to find breakfast, a tension for noon to find lunch and a tension for night to find a place to sleep, food to eat and clothes to cover- not to die. All they need is help, support and attention, but unfortunately, they don't get this.

In summary,  If  higher class people think of their pockets, middle class people think of leaving the country and lower class people think of their empty stomachs…then 
Who is really thinking about Afghanistan? Who is really thinking about its future, infrastructure and development? Who is the next generation of this country and who will make this country a better world for upcoming generation? 
Please state if you h ave the answers!

6 comments:

  1. That is a very subjective categorization which I disagree with, you cannot simply put people into boxes and label them with one name or another. Make up of any society is much more complex than that, even when the concept of 'classes' is used you cannot make a blanket judgement about their characteristics. There are many good and decent people in Afghan society be they rich, middle class or poor.

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  2. i liked the way you look at your world!!! my personal view Its more like india!!! keep Writing...

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  3. I am interested in afghan culture. i dreamd i was there in holiday. Salam

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  4. That's always a problem in poorer countries. I'm from Ukraine. Last year i went on holiday to Ukraine with my british friend. His comment was: there are two classes in this county: you're either very rich, or you're poor. Rich always think about profiteering, poor always struggle to survive.Such a gap between population not only puts in danger the future development of the country, but also damages the culture and traditions

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  5. I am also from Ukraine. I think the answer to the question "who will make this country a better world" is revolutionary knowledge workers, i.e. the most advanced strata of today's workers, those who work with information and knowledge, but are not bought off by the money of imperialism.

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