Saturday, September 27, 2008

Another day, another life

Another bomb blast has taken its toll on the innocent Indian citizen. Continuing the chain of destruction, the capital was struck today with a blast in one of the busiest areas of the city.

It seems to become clear that the infection of terror has spread into the core of our country and it is not concentrated in largely fundamental areas like Kashmir. Usually all of these cowardly acts of terror are either preceded by or followed up with a communication from the perpetrators that the carnage caused was in response to the government atrocities on the minorities. Mostly they want the valley of Kashmir to be given on a platter to Pakistan or declared an independent entity (so that the Pakistanis can appoint their governments like PoK).

Here is the problem I am having with understanding this situation. If Kashmir is no longer a part of India, will all these fundamentalist boneheads actually go to Pakistan or whatever crazy land they think they belong to? Will we see a great terrorist migration where all these enemies of humanity will board the coward express and take their stupid asses out of our beloved motherland? Will we never have to hear from these people again since every time we "hear" from them its usually a loud boom leading to more loss of life? I will leave it for you to decide, but if Pakistan, Bangladesh etc are any indication my thoughts are that this will never happen. Whatever their demands are now, they will change with time so that the killings continue. They are here for us to weed out. No appeasement process will work except the one that targets the fundamental brains. If you can't change these minds from inside, destroy the heads that hold them from outside.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Witty take on Kashmir and Pakistan

A friend forwarded this in an email:

An ingenious example of speech and politics occurred recently in the United Nations Assembly that made the world community smile.

A representative from India began: 'Before beginning my talk I want to tell you something about Maharishi Kashyap of Kashmir, after whom Kashmir is named.

When he struck a rock and it brought forth water, he thought, 'What a good opportunity to have a bath.'

He removed his clothes, put them aside on the rock and entered the water.

When he got out and wanted to dress, his clothes had vanished. A Pakistani had stolen them.'

The Pakistani representative jumped up furiously and shouted, 'What are you talking about? The Pakistanis weren't there then.'

The Indian representative smiled and said, 'And now that we have made that clear, I will begin my speech.'