The Greater Of Two Evils

Dec 02, 2008

Terrorism has cast a shroud over the city of Bombay (not Mumbai, no), and its people have forgotten how to smile. Everything’s so gloomy, the sad Doordarshan tune would go really well with it. A big deal is being made out of Ram Gopal Varma visiting the site of carnage, probably because he will make a realistic film from whatever he absorbs from the remains of the hotel. As long as the movie doesn’t have Urmila Matondkar, I don’t see why people should complain. There’s a movie made on 9/11 and pretty much every other such tragic event, so let’s not pull this man up for doing what any filmmaker worth his pepper would.

Of course, I wasn’t expecting any of our politicians to barge inside the Oberoi and do anything fancy. I wasn’t expecting them to hide under their beds, either. Like a lot of other people, I didn’t exactly have a soft corner for the lot, but my loathing has reached a new level after watching them spout piles of arse on news channels. All the hooligans who were making noise and staking claim to Bombay (nope, still not Mumbai) by performing silly rituals like pelting stones at lifeless bus-stops and burning pink buses, have been squatting at home, perhaps wondering how they developed another ass-crack.

Forget saving Mumbai (I write it that way on my postal address) from the baddie outsiders (they came from outside outside), they didn’t offer our heroic outsiders snacks or even a glass of water. Maybe they’re saving it for some pretentious pooja which will screw the city in a righteous way. It’s okay now, boys…you can come out from under the bed and continue enjoying your zhunka bhakar.

My pretty girlfriend (who hates pink buses being set afire) has threatened me with dire consequences if I don’t exercise my right to vote. But who do I vote for? Politicians should come with a label stating who the lesser evil is so I can vote the uncouth, illiterate idiot into power.

By the way, I can speak, read and write three languages fluently and have decided I don’t need to learn Marathi. If anyone has a problem with that, I’m ready to throw the first rock. Buzz off!

Coming soon…Fictional Reality

Posted by Aditya Mehta { 10 } Comments
[From my Buzz18 blog “Lashkar-E-Shaitan”]

7 Responses to “The Greater Of Two Evils”

  1. November 26, 2009 at 04:48

    Read in TOI today that it has cost 31 crores to keep Kasab alive and healthy for the trial.
    What I can’t figure out is why isn’t he tried already? Anyone is supposed to innocent unless proven guilty, right. But if he’s been caught red-handed then isn’t he proven guilty. What’s the meaning of the trial then? Someone please enlighten me…


    • November 26, 2009 at 05:05

      I’ll tell you why, dude…it’s because we’re a nation full of wall-painting homos who can’t do anything but light candles. I won’t be surprised if there’s another terrorist attack anytime soon…and in fact, I’m hoping there is one.

      We’re a country packed with cattle, and the herd MUST be attacked by lions and tigers, THAT is the way it HAS to be.

      We can’t fight people who are fucking India from inside, so let’s completely forget about defending ourselves against outsiders who have the balls to take on us.

      Only someone who lost someone they loved in the terrorist attack can feel the pain, the rest are all faggots fooling themselves into thinking they love this country.

      Gandhigiri was a failure right from the beginning, but I don’t expect a land of weaklings to know that.

      If anyone who lit a candle for 26/11 is reading this, here’s what you can do with your lit candle:

      SHOVE IT.


  2. November 26, 2009 at 06:38

    News channels are going crazy over 26/11… in one, a headline says ‘We Won’t Forget 26/11’, I think it should read ‘We Won’t LET You Forget 26/11 (till we stop getting advertisers)’.
    And enough shit about Mumbai’s resilience already… the only thing the majority of people in Mumbai are resilient about is talking about doing things but not doing them…


  3. 5 Tanya
    November 26, 2009 at 08:09

    naice! 🙂 !


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Member of The Internet Defense League

Follow Mehta Kya Kehta? on WordPress.com

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Blog Stats

  • 1,168,123 hits
November 2009
« Oct   Dec »

%d bloggers like this: