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Pseudo Secularism Hall of Shame Archive
Posted on April 16, 2004 | 23 CommentsJust as I was waiting this morning, hoping for the Secularists to speak up, I realize I’ve been preempted, stumped by Hussain Miyaan himself. The devout follower of Islam that he is, he has agreed to take off the screening of his Chinese torture movie...
Posted on April 16, 2004 | 13 CommentsThis is not the first time that the Islamomafia has raised its usual shriek of Islam is in danger, and it won’t be the last, I’m sure. Although the present stink is pretty mild by earlier standards–the Indian Ripple Effect over Rushdie’s fatwa, for example–it...
Posted on April 13, 2004 | 6 CommentsAnita Pratap, the hired troll Outlook columnist seems to be smitten by Priyanka Gandhi for her latest crap piece masquerading as analysis actually reads like an appeal for votes by a floundering politician. Charisma is the most powerful component in politics. It breaks through all...
Posted on April 12, 2004 | 4 CommentsThe Red whines again! Because their credibility–as intellectuals, as leaders and policy makers–has taken such a beating in the recent years, they have taken to attack their favourite punching bag: the BJP and Hinduism. Their desperation is directly proportional to the number of days left...
Posted on March 23, 2004 | 18 CommentsThe High Priestess of Indian Marxism has spoken again! This time however, she speaks in a different language, but the meaning is the same. She leads us to believe that she is moving–surprise, surprise!–towards an honest examination of the infamous Aryan Invasion Theory. But first,...
Posted on March 18, 2004 | 4 CommentsFor a long time, I've refrained from mentioning anything about the Communist Stinkhole (it's a state in India) called West Bengal. Ever since Jyoti Basu took the reins of this now-unfortunate state, things have gone only one way--the Red Way.
Posted on March 1, 2004 | No CommentsWhen I started this weblog, I intended it to cover a pretty broad range of topics. Cut to the recent past–over a period of six to eight months–I find that I increasingly focus on Indian politics; what’s more, I enjoy doing it. A casual observation...
Posted on February 26, 2004 | No CommentsSeveral points raised in this news item on Outlook India set me thinking. For one, this prejudiced article masquerades as a news report: its not-too-subtle mudslinging on a widely respected and revered religious head is hard not to notice. Tweet
Posted on December 17, 2003 | 1 CommentAnother hired troll columnist of Outlook does her routine about trashing the positive developments that have taken place in India in the recent years. She says there’s nothing to feel good about the "feel good" factors in India. Instead, she wants us to concentrate on...
Posted on October 27, 2003 | 2 CommentsThis has to be the most disgustingly sycophantic article I’ve ever come across till date. If anything, Mr.Jha seems to be hell-bent on making Sonia madam the Prime Minister of India and thereby guarantee the tyrannical dynastic democracy that plagued India for 50+ years and...
Posted on October 9, 2003 | 6 CommentsOur secularist–"Romantics" Pankaj Mishra–writing for the New York Times among others, also contributes to the secularist Outlook India. This book review is just a sample. Mishra starts off promisingly, but I suspect his secularist soul clamours with earnest to degenerate, to turn a book review...
Posted on August 22, 2003 | 1 CommentLike I had said earlier, why don’t they just stop their tirade against something sensible? Although Swami Agnivesh isn’t really in the class of Praful Bidwai, the lie-generating machine, he comes close. But I don’t understand myself: why don’t I tire of venting my angst...