Monday, September 10, 2012

A f’cking crazy country

Going by the recent controversies over cartoons in India, one might think that the Lashkar is misguided in training armed militia to fight against the country. After all, if a cartoonist can be so dangerous that he is charged under the same section as Ajmal Kasab, all the Lashkar has to do is train sufficient militants in cartooning skills and it can take over the country!

Goddamn f’cking state.

But what pisses me off is how stupid the judge should be to admit the charge instead of throwing it out and charging the cops with unlawful arrest. Or how stupid one of our national icons Mr. Narayana Murthy is, that he is proud of Mania’s+ record in protecting free speech!? Or how stupid is the compere on a national channel who cannot differentiate between a charge of sedition and the decision of the National Broadcasting Association not to show the offending cartoons?

God save this country. But no, he cannot either. Just an express train ride on the way to total doom. Folks, if you have a chance, get out of his hell hole while you still can.

+Mania = Ma(n Mohan) + (So)nia

Monday, September 03, 2012

The caste system of the communists and the JNU-types

What? How can the doyens of equality propound a divisive belief like the caste system, you ask.

Here’s how:

The following are the untouchables: the BJP, right-wing parties, America (except when it is bankrolling their projects), the rich, the Hindus, logical thinkers,  and self-made entrepreneurs. All contact is to be avoided with this lot, under any circumstances. The untouchables never do anything right. They always try to exploit the gullible upper classes. In fact, if the JNU-types had their way, the untouchables would be gulag-ed, their properties seized and the constituents sent for hard labour in West Bengal (Editor: now that West Bengal is ruled by another dictator, read the last phrase as your favourite (or least favourite) form of inhuman punishment.)

The Shudras: the Congress party, handout-dependent industrialists, the ‘poor’, and the lower-middle class. They are to be despised most of the time, but are to be exempted when the alternative favours the untouchables. A few handouts, some lip-service and relentless verbal abuse of the untouchables keep the Shudras happy with their lot.

The Vaishyas: All those who finance these worthies: Russia and China in the past, evangelical organizations, and international communist organizations. While money is to be despised in general, that too vociferously and in public, money that comes from these sources comes blessed for use in private. And the Vaishyas are preferable to the Shudras – misdeeds of the former against the latter are to be supported at best, and ignored at worst, to preserve the hierarchy of the system. Think how our communists are silent about how China disenfranchises poor people of its lands without due process.

The Kshatriyas: Naxals, Bodos, Maoists, and other violent wings of extremist leftism. The Kshatriyas not only commit the violence that the JNU-types secretly admire, but they can also turn against the JNU types when angered – so they not only command respect, but also demand (and get) it. Atrocities committed by this group against any group lower in the hierarchy must be supported, encouraged and glorified. They are to be supported at all costs except when the interests of the Brahmins are in danger, which brings us to

The Brahmins: As members of the uppermost caste, constituents of the JNU Brahmin caste are beyond all reproach. They include the JNU-types themselves, hardcore communists, and most importantly, Muslim fundamentalists. Nothing shall be said that criticizes actions of members of this caste, they are always clean and always closest to the god of the godless. So, Bodo violence against Muslims should be condemned while the violence committed and threat of violence issued by Muslim fundamentalists against innocents, most of who are poor and middle-class shall be condoned.

Have I missed any important constituents? Enlighten me with your comments!