So, The Law has been taking its Own Course, without any help from the political bankruptcy of the Kangress party. The Law took its Own Course and hanged Ajmal Kasab before a Parliament session and co-incidentally Afzal Guru before another Parliament session. The Law’s Own Course is stranger than the river Kosi which changes direction at will (actually, even the Kosi river changes directions because of corruption in the unnecessary embankments the Bihar government builds).
Criticism that the United Progressive Alliance government helped the Law take its Own Course has been taken too personally by the otherwise thick-skinned government. So personally that they even have a response! There’s been unfounded criticism that Afzal Guru was unfairly targeted to deprive the BJP of a stick they’d been beating the Kangress with, to play to the gallery, to appear strong, pro-active and to prove that we indeed have a government in place. But you can’t please everybody. For instance, Omar Abdullah, otherwise a good boy, had the gumption to ask the Gandhi Party to ‘prove’ that Afzal’s was not a selective execution.
The Collective Conscience of Society, by which we mean the evil side of Rashtrapati Pranab Poltu Mukherjee, Misses Sonia Gandhi, Dr Manmohan Singh and Shri Sushilkumar Shinde, has thus been awakened. Replying the critics is easy. We can just hang a few more people. There are so many to hang, where do we start? Let’s dispense with some non-Muslims for a change? After all, Rarest of the Rare happens Every Third Day. Let’s find someone who’s not a political hot potato. No Khalistanis or Tamil nationalists please, we can only hurt Kashmiri sentiments because Misses Gandhi is 50% Kashmiri and Rahul baba 100% only. Rajiv Gandhi’s killers have already been forgiven by Priyanka didi.
And so they found four guys who killed 22 people in a landmine blast. Five of themwere policemen. Waging war against the state, killing policemen. When policemen kill people we say “Law and Order” or “Encounter”. That’s exactly also what we can say when we hang killers of policemen! These four guys were with that bandit Veerappan, the Collective Conscience only wishes he was alive so we could feel rejoice with the thought of him choking to death. But since we killed him in an encounter long ago, we could kill these four. Killing people who kill people is the best form of reforming killers. If Sharia states do it why can’t we? We are the land of Due Process and self-multiplying Gandhis.
Killing those four in return will definitely establish that India is a country where the Rule of Law Prevails. That will leave only 472 more Rarest of the Rares to be despatched. God knows how many political crises the United Progressive Alliance government will face until elections come. How many more chopper purchase scams, how many more exposes by whatshisname Kejriwal, how many more people taking exception to rape and demanding stupid committee reports to be implemented as if these people own the country! Not even Digvijaya ji’s personal Swami and astrologer can tell the embarrassment that’s in store when there will be assembly elections in five states later this year. Some irritants will ask for food security bill and some will say budget is not good and inflation is too much and cash is not transferring through Nandan Nilekani’s nose. Every time the ungrateful aam aadmi whines like a cry baby, show them the Collective Conscience. Hang some bastard and the camel will come under the hill!
There may be some teething troubles like lack of rope but rest assured the Planning Commission will do something and we’ll pull off the Great Indian Rope Trick just as well as we pulled off the Commonwealth Games.
So what if a little bit of lying is needed? Lying for a good cause is as good as speaking the truth, as Advani ji, Narendra Modi ji and George Orwell ji always say. Why can’t the Kangress take the best of Hinduism from the Hindutvawaadis? To give you the example of lying for the good of the Collective Conscience, Chiddu had said Afzal was not being hanged because executions are by Serial Order. Much older mercy petitions have not been disposed off, he had argued, so why are you harping on Afzal? If anyone now asks what happened to Chiddu’s Serial Order theory, we can just say he was a bit over-influenced by Nandan’s UID numbers. He now looks after the fiscal deficit, Shinde is da man.
Similarly, don’t let these four Veerappan guys meet their lawyers once Poltu da rejects their mercy petition. If they can’t meet lawyers how will they sign on affidavits asking for judicial review? See how smart we are! Don’t reveal the date on which we want to hang them, we’ll decide depending on when Arnab Goswami is particularly angry with us. If somebody goes to the Chief Justice asking him to stay the execution, he can always say what proof they are going to execute the next day?! Pray tell, when there is no baans how will anyone play the bansuri.
But listen, we can’t hide from the public that we’ve rejected their mercy petitions. Such special honour is only reserved from Pakistanis like Ajmal Kasab and Kashmiris like Afzal Guru. That’s because Kashmiris are an integralpart of India,and Pakistanis our estranged brothers (Sardar Patel ji and Nehru ji helped create Pakistan.) Letting the public know that we’re going to hang the four Veerappan guys, they may go to the court and delay their execution by arguing that we delayed it! Just like that Saibanna character.
To help the Law take its Own Course, we must always hang people in secrecy, not give the losers time to cry before their families or write long last letters or god forbid, meet their lawyers to file review petitions! Already that Saibanna escaped our rat trap and went crying to the court, arguing that he should not be hanged just because we took so long to decide to hang him. What hypocrites these human rights types? Don’t those they killed have human rights? First these people complain like cry babies that the Law takes too long to take its Own Course, and when the Law takes its Own Course they still complain and say want the Law to take even more time to take its Own Course! Do they believe in the Constitution of India? Are they Maoists or what?
We ourselves had to stop that Rajoana‘s execution because the Sikhs don’t want it. Arey, is Collective Conscience of Society not applicable to the Sikhs? Are the Sikhs not an integral part of India like the Kashmiris? Why is the BJP not demanding Rajoana’s execution? This is why we hate hypocrites and always ask people to vote for Kangress. This is why the Kangress is a Secular party.
These human rights types, who think only humans have human rights, don’t realise we are in the new India – India After Rahul Gandhi. They give silly arguments from Old India. They cite some Kehar Singh vs Union of India (1989) and B P Singhal vs Union of India (2010) to say the orders of the President under Article 72 of the Constitution are subject to judicial review. Arre, what is the point of giving Rashtrapati ji the power of mercy if it is still to be subjected to judicial review once the Law has taken its Own Course.
Didn’t the Law take its own Course when three thousand trees were cut to make up for the big tree fell in 1984? Didn’t the Law take its own Course when Gujarat played Holi with Muslims? In Bhagalpur, Kokrajhar, Khairlanji and so on, didn’t the Law take its Own Course? So why are these hypocrites defending Ajmal Kasab and Afzal Guru and those Veerappan’s buddies?
Just as promises are meant to be broken, mercy is meant to not be given. India is not a weak state. This is not about Politics but Justice. Justice must not only be strong but also seen to be strong. Those who confuse Justice with Politics and claim that Law has taken some course other than its very Own, forget that as Misses Gandhi once said, Yeh janta hai sab jaanti hai.
All these people need to understand that we are not like any other banana republic. We are our own indigenous Hindu banana republic with secular values, democracy, freedom of speech, rule of law, independent Kangress-friendly media, Kashmir, ten per cent growth rate. (Ok, Montek ji will double check the latest growth rate and let us know.) Other banana republics don’t have these things.
We the Mango People of Banana Republic, let us hang the guilty, Parliament session by Parliament session. Let us bang our heads on the wall and say Jai Hind! Jai Sonia! Jai Hind!
This was first published in Kafila
I think this is a pertinent view, that I will make. Bhagat Singh wouldn't have carried out his violent actions, if he did know, that everyone will accuse the other of being anti-national. His perception could have been, what I don't really understand, but it had to do with people feeling not Indian. He might have empathised with the British today.
People don't care about the death penalty, if the situation is tenuous. Bhagat Singh, is a Shaheed, and he died because the British Indian govt. hanged him. Mahatama Gandhi went to jail. No politician would go to jail, today, because those who are supposed to be enemies of society, go to jail. If a politician went to jail in Independent India, people wouldn't want to look at them, as when they looked at Mahatma Gandhi, or Jawaharlal Nehru.
That was a good one.Playing politics with the lives of people is the hallmark of BJP and Congress.For the former nothing but the declaration of India as a Hindus only country need to be declared once they have the majority and for the other remining in power with the Nehru dynasty is the sole aim.Ethics, values and nation can go down the drain.
India needs the death sentence to control its males.
A routine conversation btw a SV and a RR..
RR >> SV, that was a wonderful piece of sarcasm.. But we should be telling it better. What exactly do we want from those bloddy stoopid Middle class Internet Yindoos,let us also tell this in future article. And that should be plain clear, without any sarcasm..
SV >> Well that is true, the next one need not be penned by me. Let me be known for stinging sarcasm. Let some one else from your stable pen that. It should be straight and tell this:
BJP is Evil. RSS is Evil. Hinduism is Evil. Modi is evil. Destroy all four and save india. JaiHo ! Long live democracy. Long live JNU ! Long live Marx, Long Live Stalin. Long live Indian Left. Long live the NAC. Long live the NAC activists.
RR >> Good, let me make this message clear. Clear enough. And surely Mister RG will be happy to hear that... HAHA (loudly)
SV >> Shh.. dont speak loudly.. these days, the goddamn sanghis have inflitrated everywhere. Evil Yindoos.. phuukk em all, I hate them.
RR>> Hey, relax a bit..Summer is coming, what are you planning..
SV >> Ah.. long and big agenda.. flying to europe on a big seminar - about how theSangh parivar's tricks have resulted in more people in India dying out of cardiac diseases.How women in India are oppressed and depressed and compressed in the BJP ruled statesdue to various problems associated with menopause, again caused by excessive worship of Yindoo gods. If things go well, it should be a 6-8 week stay in European summer.. and a good time for a good life too.. (Wink wink)
RR>> Yes, Yes, you must also carry a OUTLOOK traveller mag with you. Do not forget to visit the vineyards of France. And do feast on the Foie Grass to spit at these bloddy yindoo fanatics..
SV >> Ah yes.. And let me also pen a article on Outlook on why NAC should bring anew law to make beef eating mandatory in all school kids..
RR >> Oh that gives me more opportunities to partner with MCDs and KFCs... life is good indeed..
SV >> Did you get the research piece regarding the link btw yindooism and global warming , did you send it to your SN for more review?
RR >> Not sure.. but what is that research telling...
SV >> Very simple. It tells how the yindoo evil practice of giving importance to ghee and milk is contributing to global warming and the huge emission of gases from the yindoo tummies directly warming our planet..
RR >> Is it? Exciting, i will ask our SN to quickly publish that..
SV >> So much hardwork is needed to wean our masses from evil yindooism.. thanks to enlightment of JNU and left,India is finally in right path.. but wish the UPA did more..
RR >> More means?
SV>> Wish they directly enacted laws to restrict yindoos.. like this special tax on the global warming causing religion..
RR >> All that is not easy will need time..
SV >> I am ready to wait my lifetime to see my Leftist dream fufilled..
RR >> And I am working with all you folks and government.. Want to be a 100 billionaire in my lifetime..
SV >> Our dreams may vary but our paths converge.
RR >> Exactly...
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