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D-10/2
Feb 07, 2016
11:14 AM

It is the government's responsibility to protect public property; my inalienable right to burn buses and trains whenever I feel like.

Ramesh balchandra bangalore 

When the UPA was in power the BJP scums wouldn't let the Parliament run. When Yedurappa was in power corruption was rampant. There were scams everywhere. Kannadigas are so communal and bigoted that they kept on voting bjp to power again and again so that the BJP got foothold in the south only in karnataka.

 
ashok chatterjee
Kolkata, India
D-9/1
Feb 07, 2016
09:09 AM

Govt's Responsibility to Run Parliament: Digvijay

And it is Congress's irresponsible right to disrupt and sabotage Parliament's proceedings against the national interest.

This is typical of our Indian mentality. It is the responsibility of the police to enforce traffic discipline; my birthright to cut through the red light or drink and drive. It is the civic authorities' responsibility to keep the city clean; my fundamental right to litter the road, throw garbage on the street, and spit and urinate wherever I want. It is the government's responsibility to protect public property; my inalienable right to burn buses and trains whenever I feel like.

Ramesh Ramachandra, Bangalore
D-8/4
Feb 07, 2016
08:51 AM

looks like Indians are equal opportunity racists - they discriminate against everyone including themselves :)

SauronsArmy
san jose, United States
D-7/5
Feb 07, 2016
06:12 AM

Dadri and Dewas taught  us a lesson.To manage to keep a kilo of beef in fridge make the whole neighbourhood crooks peep your kitchen curiously  to watch  What is cooking ?
 

V.N.K.Murti Pattambi
PATTAMBI, India
D-6/1
Feb 07, 2016
02:05 AM

" In the second incident in Rawalpindi, four men, including a cleric, have been arrested for marrying an eight-year-old girl to a 40-year-old man."

You can have a secular democracy or an Islamic republic. Not both. 

If Pakistan is to become a modern nation, it is necessary to dump Islam. There is no need for Allah pubh, the imaginary tyrant in the sky. You can do most things without him and enjoy life much better.

Parthasarathy Shakkottai, Long Beach
D-5/1
Feb 07, 2016
02:03 AM


Atrocious! Have we become sex crazed? India did not use to be like this! Before any morons raise their objection, let me say that I am not talking of BJP or Congress rule.
 

Anwaar, Dallas
D-4/4
Feb 07, 2016
01:57 AM


> "has been delivering provocative and inflammatory speeches in the support of 'Caliphate'."

He belongs in the mental hospital or the prison.

Anwaar, Dallas
D-3/2
Feb 07, 2016
01:48 AM

Impressive. You can see this in the Utube.

Parthasarathy Shakkottai, Long Beach
D-2/3
Feb 07, 2016
01:40 AM

My take is this. 

Here is a paragraph from a textbook "The evolution of man" by Gabriel Lasker, 1961.

Playfulness, another capacity important in the development of human culture, may also be foreshadowed in some primates ( Kroeber 1948). It is doubtful that art, science and philosophy could have developed solely as planned activities with predetermined ends. Random activities engaged in for their own sake are certainly pleasurable to the young of many other mammals as well as to humans. In man and to a lessor extent in the chimpanzee, the delay of sexual maturity and the long period of childhood dependence provide opportunities for play. Man's capacity for "make believe" is, in fact, a likely stimulus to invention."

Now I can explain why Islam is so non-human. The regimentation of Islam removes or overrides play. Almost everything is forbidden in Islam. The consequence is no art, no science, no philosophy, no humanity, no good will, nothing.

All prayer and no play makes Mohammad a killer.

Parthasarathy Shakkottai, Long Beach
D-1/99
Feb 07, 2016
12:20 AM

>> 2008 Malegaon blasts: NIA under fire from former prosecutor as it seeks to drop MCOCA charges

Why do sicko scums want cases under the very acts that they opposed as being too draconian?

Whats InAName
San Francisco, United States
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