First day of the Pakistani Parliament joint session has restituted the Royal French Lethe, “Then let them eat pastry”. Because, the royals debating today, can never imagine the plight of a common man. The common man whose 80 percent monthly income is going in monthly electricity bill. The royals are frustrated by the somber look of a common man, on their much trumpeted economic recovery. This is the battle of have and have-nots. The royals want the have-nots to reduce another meal a day, because the mere glare of the new metro bus can fill their belly. The have-nots must recognize the divine right of royals to experiment versatile fuels for power generation projects. The royals rightly perceive the have-nots behavior being ungrateful. Recently billions have been spent on cheaper bread scheme. So the have-nots must not feel hungry again at least during the kingship of gods. The royals have graciously planned the employment opportunities for the have-nots. Their next generations will have the without collar labor employment for the long transportation of the coal. The royals are generously planning to make this country a republic. Therefore the junior gods are being trained under harsh environments. Junior gods are managing billions without qualification and exercising powers of senior gods.