Always doubt the sympathies of a rich man. Always doubt the powerful.
A Prime Minister named Mob:
In this section, a supporter of Prime Minister Modi will be answering some of the questions that his dissenters keep asking.
List of things not to be asked:
Ram-Ram, how are you all? Aap sab log theek hain? I am very delighted to be here to talk about our great Prime Minister Modiji. I look at the media, watch all the TV channels every day and all people do is to criticize him on matters of little consequences. He has done so much for the country – so much! But instead of thanking him for the large positive changes, people choose to dwell on a few negative inconveniences. Like, there has been great hullabaloo pertaining to the fact that our honourable Prime Minister, in the last five years of his tenure which is almost complete now, has not given a single press conference to answer the questions asked by the people of this nation. I personally disapprove of this hate-mongering behaviour of the media. We have never had a more honest Prime Minister! If we start acting and stop our pointless talk, we can easily find a picture for every single day of his tenure on social media greeting celebrities and representatives from foreign countries. Ah, no one can meet his charm! Have you ever seen a politician hold his own like Modiji does among stars and celebrities?
To all the people crying about freedom of the press, I suggest them to go and live in Saudi Arabia in order to understand how free our country is in the matters of press. India is home to 407 million newspapers. 407 MILLION NEWSPAPERS! And you are saying we don’t have Press Freedom?! How many countries can you name which has this many newspapers? Haan? Haan? So what if seven journalists died in 2018 in relation to their work? What if someone named Gauri Lankesh did die under ‘shady’ circumstances? Our Jawans die on the border every day for the country.
I hate these Urban Naxalites who, with their questions and their demands and their complaints about the falling agricultural budget in the economy, add fuel to the fire. The other day, someone was complaining that Modiji had promised fifty percent profit over input costs for farmers; but I say, show me one government in the history of the world that has kept all its promises; at least, Modiji is trying…
One cannot just summon parliament like that, you need to win an election to just be in the parliament.
Suddenly you have 100,000 farmers from 200 farmer organisations marching towards the capital city–the capital city of the nation where traffic and movement are so important; who will tell them that they can’t just occupy the roads there. If they were sensible, they would have chosen some other city to march to/ to head to for the march. Or better still, the march should have been headed towards some village, so that nothing would get disrupted. That way, the government would not even have to dispense water on them.
Yet meanwhile, there was also a draught. Prime Minister Narendra Modi can’t control the weather now, can he?
Kissan protesting, Mazdoor protesting, Dalit protesting; if too many people talk at once, the individual voices get lost in the general mass of voices and nothing is heard properly.
Acha, there was another matter that kept going on and on about the Citizenship Amendment Bill. I do not understand why the Citizenship Amendment Bill is creating such a ruckus. What is so wrong in giving a home to defenseless immigrants displaced from their homes? What a touching gesture by the government to not only give the immigrants refuge but citizenship also. My heart swells with pride at this gesture. All people are welcome to my country—Hindus, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists—everyone but Muslims. For the entry of Muslims, we have rightly drawn a much necessary line. What religious persecution do Muslims face, I ask? None! They are the perpetrators of persecution. Ernest Renan (a firangi he is, and firangis are right about such stuff) described Islam as a “reign of dogma” and a phenomenon that is ‘only injurious’ to human reason. Ambedkar, in spite of the other issues I have with the guy, rightly points out that teachings of Islam are the “suppression of all rational thinking”. He said 1857 was actually a Jehad proclaimed by Muslims to try and convert India into a Dar-ul-Islam. Muslims and their bloody jihads!
Muslims cannot be innocent immigrants; they are cruel and cunning immigrants stuck in the dark-age, led by their half-witted Prophet and the most backward book in the history of civilization, the Quran. Now I have not read it myself but we don’t need to read it to know what’s in it. It’s not just us; the white people also agree that Muslims are terrorists. In the twenty-first century also, their dream. Pathetic! VIRGINS CAN BE F*CKED ON EARTH ALSO, WHY THE NEED TO GO TO HEAVEN!? They can seek refuge in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq or any of the violently terrorist nations that suit their needs, but not India. India is a secular country that treats its citizens and immigrants without bias. Many articles in the Constitution guarantee that, including Article 14, Article 21, etc. Ours is a very accommodating nation; don’t let anybody tell you otherwise. Indian Constitution is a great constitution, despite the fact that it was presided over by this lower caste man called Ambedkar. Now I have nothing against Ambedkar personally but I don’t think he understood the world as well as the President of the Drafting Committee should have. One needs to understand power in order to draft rules for power . . . but Ambedkar? It’s hard to imagine that he and his family exercised any power except that of cleaning the streets.
What is this discussion about resisting the changing demographic in North-East India that will happen due to Citizenship amendment Bill? What would anybody get from changing the demographic of the North-East? So many years after 1947, they have still not inculcated India’s ancient spirit of absorbing people and their cultures. They are still reeling under the influence of China and its closed off outlook; now in India, we don’t do that. How’re identities in North-East and their preservation more important than any other part of India? That is unfair behaviour. Then we should ask for preservation of identities in MP, UP, Bihar also. It’s interesting to note how the same people who support preservation of ethnic identities in the North-East criticize the preservation of the glorious Hindu culture of the past: they look at ‘Sankritisation’ and renaming of cities with abhorrence. Such hypocrites!
Can I get some water, please? Yes? Thank you. Ahmmm.
Now there’s the question of Dalits and Muslims. With regard to Dalits: Indian Society is tailored around caste. Caste is an intrinsic feature of Indian society. To eradicate it all at once is a) not possible and will b) cause many more problems than present. A fact that is worth mentioning right now is that BJP won almost half of the 84 seats reserved for Dalits in 2014. What does that tell you? If you tell me that there has been a 25 percent jump in crime against Dalits in Uttar Pradesh alone in the last few years and try to suggest that this government, like all the other governments before, has done nothing for the community, I will most respectfully just ask you one question: who appointed Ram Nath Kovind as the President?
Don’t give me fact and figures of how many Dalits have died in cow vigilantism and other hate crimes. What did Congress do about it? To be honest, there are too many people advocating for fault rights at the moment; there are other issues also. You know, the conflicts between communities increase when social conditions get slightly better for a community that has been generally downtrodden. Keeping that in mind, the crimes against those communities could be good, desirable things. Maybe BJP is doing some good in this regard after all.
About BJP’s agenda being anti-Muslim, I will tell you one thing plain and clear, Muslims are filthy people. History is laden with examples of their inhuman behaviour. Muslim rulers fought bloody wars to set up a regime in India; I know everyone fought wars in those times but Muslims are just dirty people, they are dirty. Their wars were dirty. Despite all that, we let them stay in this glorious country of ours. I think it is very kind of us to let them live here and generate children. Personally, I think there should be a limit set to the number of children Muslim people can keep in India. All of them keep ten, ten-twelve, twelve children: it is hard to ignore the fact that this is only done to out-populate Hindus in this country. At the rate they are generating children, it is not impossible if they become the majority population of India in some decades. Then they will drive all our children out and people who sympathize with them now will have to bang their head against the wall for misjudging but it will be too late then. If the government is pre-empting this event and making sure to de-citizen the Muslim citizens of India, what is so wrong with that? If anything, we should rejoice over it. As Shri Narendra Modi rightly pointed out when he was the Chief Minister of Gujrat in 2002, they are “baby producing factories”. Referring to them he said, “hum paanch hamaare pachees”. Haha, that man cracks me up!
Also, they keep getting into trouble due to their innate nature. Now Muslims are getting lynched left, right and center: something that we all should note here is that when a deer keeps coming to the clearing and ends up being eaten by the tiger, it is a) the deer’s lack of cautiousness and b) the natural course of things. I am telling you they are the world’s biggest trouble makers: just take a look at Kashmir and you will understand.
I have no patience with people who keep having endless discussions about beef ban. If you are an Indian, you cannot eat or sell beef. How are those mob-attacks an attempt to deprive a minority of their means to sustenance, I can’t fathom. I know India is the biggest exporter of beef in the world and most of the large exporters are Hindu people whose beef companies are registered under Muslim names; all I have to say on the matter is how does one commit such an offense if not under an unholy name?
Election Commission of India forbids me saying it, but it was Shri Narendra Modi under whose government the highly successful Surgical Strike and Balakot Strike took place. Election Commission can say what it wants about defense forces being a neutral body but we all know if it had been anybody else apart from Modiji who was at the helm of the nation at the time of Uri attack and Pulwama attack, they would have cowered like young brides instead of taking a strong stand. That is all I am saying.
Part II: Election by the people.
Democratic Government for the people_
Democratic Government for the people theorised on by rich and the powerful_
Democratic Government for the people theorised on by the rich and the powerful, owned by the rich and the powerful_
Democratic Government for the people theorised on by the rich and the powerful, owned by the rich and the powerful, communally charged_
Democratic Government for the people theorised on by the rich and the powerful, owned by the rich and the powerful, communally charged- leaders,_
Democratic Government for the people theorised on by the rich and the powerful, owned by the rich and the powerful, communally charged- leaders (sold)_
Democratic Government for the people theorised on by the rich and the powerful, owned by the rich and the powerful, communally charged- leaders (sold), communally charged supporters (majorly)_
Democratic Government for the people theorised on by the rich and the powerful, owned by the rich and the powerful, communally charged- leaders (sold), communally charged supporters (majorly), governed also by market_
Democratic Government for the people theorised on by the rich and the powerful, owned by the rich and the powerful, communally charged- leaders (sold), communally charged supporters (majorly), governed also by market that benefits all of entities mentioned above except people in the phrase for the people_
Written by Faryaal
Edited by Eshna Gupta
Artwork by Malvika Swarup