Aadarsh Liberal Times
Tolerance Special Edition
From the Editor:
Our readers are aware of the trials and tribulations that our secular democracy is facing at the hands of Hindu right wing brigands who are tyrannizing minorities and causing unspeakable desecration to the secular fabric of our nation. This edition is an attempt to rally all the secular minded citizens of this country to start a movement to crush Modi’s nefarious designs. Today, in the intolerant times we live in, we will boldly highlight why Burqa al Habibi is right when he equates RSS with ISIS and why Syah roop Khan is right when he claims intolerance is growing in India.
By Burqa al Habibi
Do you remember these news items?
Over the last year or so, RSS has made life impossible for India’s minorities. Hindu Raj has brought India to a standstill. Once a melting pot of cultures, India today has been denuded of its cultural heritage by RSS militants who are using every weapon at their hand to terrorize minorities. Rape, pillage, execution prevail as India descends into lawlessness. RSS brigands are enforcing the laws of Bhagwat Geeta to extort the minorities in exchange for the right to live. There are countless reports of arbitrary punishments, slavery and wanton destruction of cultural heritage that are seeping in from areas under RSS rule. Minorities are living in perpetual fear and the international community is the only hope for millions of Indians . Aadarsh Liberal
Readers would remember my speech in which I had said it was tragic that someone like Modi has become India’s Prime Minister. My worst fears have come true. Modi and his fanatical RSS have unleashed themselves on this country and have made life impossible for minorities. May God have mercy on us.
Growing Intolerance in India
By Syah Roop Khan
K…K…K..Kind readers. India has not been kind to a superstar like me. In spite of my tremendous efforts to be the world’s highest paid superstar, I have been thwarted by the intolerance of Indian public. Is it too much to expect that all of my movies should be super-duper hits? Do I not have the right to have only hits in my name? Why is it that in spite of my stature, many of my movies bomb at the box office? The answer to this question is simple. It is the inherent intolerance in Indian society, which is stopping my movies from being successful. Had I been an actor in Afghanistan or Libya or Somalia, I am sure, I would have made gazillions by now. As my luck would have it, I became a super star in India, earning mere billions every year. Do you know what it is to earn billions per year in the community of super stars? It is like being below poverty line in that community. The other day I met Leonardo di-Caprio, He asked me, “Hey Syah Roop, I am going to buy a 500 room mansion”. I looked at my wallet and responded with embarrassment, “Hey Leo, with the money I get, I will be able to buy another bungalow in Mumbai”.
It is because of this intolerance that these movies of mine could never be blockbuster hits which have reduced me to an impoverished existence
No doubt that if this intolerance continues, India, or rather I will go back to the middle ages
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