Saturday, 22 September 2007
Why not other religions, Mr.Mu.Ka?
There is no doubt whatsoever that the sentiments, feelings and susceptibilities of millions of Hindus in majority in India were seriously wounded by Tamilnadu Chief Minister's 'civilized' observations on Hindu Gods and Deities sometime back. Now , he has taken a new topic. He seems to question the existence of Lord Ram. What is even more shocking is the fact that the Chief Minister of Tamilnadu seems to have a total contempt for the Indian Penal Code in letter and spirit.
Section 153 (A) Indian Penal Code (IPC) states
Whoever by words, either spoken or written or by signs or by visible representations or otherwise promotes or attempts to promote on ground of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language, caste or community or any other ground whatsoever disharmony or feelings of enmity, hatred or ill will between different religious, racial, language or regional groups or castes or communities shall be punished with imprisonment.
The Hindus of Tamilnadu - numerically equal in number if not more than either the Muslims or Christians in contrived and absolute political majority (!!) would like to pose the following superstitious, irrational, obscurantist and totally devoid of self-respect (I mean in the ecstatic, Dravidian and poetic 'Suyamariyadhai' sense!) questions to the Honorable Chief Minister of Tamilnadu:
Will the Tamilnadu Chief Minister dare to attack Allah or Jesus Christ in the same ludicrous and shameless manner as he has done in regard to Hindu Gods and Deities with gay abandon ?
Will the Tamilnadu Chief Minister act upon Dr Subramaniam Swamy's suggestion that the Chief Minister should first inculcate atheism in his family members with rational Periyar fervor as all of them are known to be God-fearing and practicing their surreptitious Hinduism, like frightened puppets behind the curtains?
Will the Tamilnadu Chief Minister react to the proposal of Dr Subramanian Swamy, the Janata Party leader, that Karunanidhi should change the name of his son and State Minister Stalin into a Tamil word, if his love for the language was genuine? Is not Karunanidhi aware of the fact that Stalin of Russia, was never noted for his scholarship in the field of Tamil language and literature nor did he have any ecstatic love for the beauty and glory of Tamil as a classical language?
Will the Tamilnadu Chief Minister take action on a war-footing to implement the brilliant proposal of Dr Subramanian Swamy to install Periyar statues taller than the Eiffel Towers in Paris in front of Mosques or Churches?
Does the Tamilnadu Chief Minister believe that the Hindus of Tamilnadu and their religious feelings are of no consequence to him or his minority Government?
The great Periyar who was globally noted for his Himalayan and Herculean Scholarship in the field of Hate Hinduism and Hate Sanatana Dharma, came to the axiomatically eccentric conclusion that when he was attacking the Brahmins in particular, he was attacking Hinduism and Hindu way of life in general and when he was attacking Hinduism and Hindu way of life in particular, he was attacking Brahmins and Brahminism in general. As a gigantic intellectual of ever lasting fame, Periyar was steeped in self-chosen conceptual confusion. For him, every action that stemmed from conceptual confusion was rational and every action that stemmed from conceptual clarity was superstitious and irrational. Fortunately for the country, Periyar never held any public office. Karunanidhi is not in the same unenviable position as Chief Minister of Tamilnadu. He is bound by the law of the Constitution and therefore cannot arrogate himself the rights of an Idi Amin in Uganda or Stalin in Soviet Russia or Hitler in Nazi Germany.
Source: A 'M K Hussain' of Tamilnadu by V. Sundaram