Friday, July 15, 2011

Does Rahul consider assassinations of Indira and Rajiv within One Percent? Advocates Terror-Quota!

The blasts have happened and the dumb-fucks are at it again. DogVijay feels that India is better than Pakistan. This is false Mr. Singh. Pakistan is much much better, for they have no DogVijay Sing yapping all the time. They only have bearded men barking five times a day from minaret tops.

DS's disciple bettered his preceptor with his piece of wisdom. After applying his brilliant mind to the problem for a couple of millions of nanoseconds, the Bos (This is no spelling error, Bos = Bucket of Sh*t) opined: About 99% terror attacks have been stopped, and it is not possible to stop about 1% of them.

We guess, assassinations of Indira and Rajiv must be well within the available 1% quota. We are wondering whether he is contemplating allocating 1% quota for terrorists. If he ever had his say, he might amend the constitution to accommodate 1% of the terrorists!

However, what surprises us is that if Indira and Rajiv assassinations fall under that 1% quota, why did the Congress orchestrate riots against peaceful Sikhs in Delhi in 1984, and villified the LTTE in 1991? Is it that Indira and Rajiv are more valuable that the rest. Well Rajiv certainly opined so by comparing Indira to a huge tree! (See here)

"once a mighty tree falls, it is only natural that the earth around it shakes."

This summarizes the attitide of those who are entrusted with governing the country. Firstly they think of themselves as rulers. And they consider the ruled to be worms, which can be sacrificed for any whim and fancy of the rulers.

Jawahar sacrificed India for his policy of Panchasheela (leading to the debacle in China war in 1962). Then he screwed India's economy by his socialism. Indira institutionalized corruption, and Rajiv took off from where his mom had left. And yes, Rahul is proving himself to be a worthy element in this lineage.

Being Rahul's mentor, DogVijay Singh is equally worthy in the sequence, starting from Mohandas Gandhi. Everytime we imagine that it might be impossible to worse Mohandas and Jawahar, there come people like Rahul and DogVijay who remind us, that they can come quite close.

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