The course of events that will follow the devastating events of PNS Mehran, Abattobad, and Kharotabad incidents are not much talked about. Everyone is hoping for a miracle, everyone is praying. One thing is for certain though; after the 9/11, things have either become too confusing, or too evident. For those who're still confused, they will probably remain the same for the rest of their lives. As for those to whom things have become evident, it will not be incorrect to note that the society has unevenly split. One fringe revolves around the extremely liberal, looking forward to tackle the 'problems', pro-democratic, believing that structural changes in the current system coupled with dynamic technocratic personalities can take them out of the whirlpool of miseries this nation is in today. The other section of society is tradition bound which is not something bad but the problem with this approach is that it disregards all the progressive and positive elements that the present and future has to offer. To unify the masses, it is of utmost necessity, that the powerful stakeholders and influential people of Pakistan unify the masses on one of these two polarized opinions. Perhaps, a recent survey, by an international company, MEMRB can help decide. In a survey conducted in 30 cities and 60 villages, a question was asked Which ruling system can solve Pakistans problems? The results were: democracy (only 11%), dominion (only 6%), Khilafat (53%), Martial Law (22%), Islamic democracy (only 2%). SYED ADEEL NAEEM, Riyadh, May 28.