Thursday, April 2, 2015
Giriraj Singh's Statement - Deplorable Or Too Close To Our Bone?
I am no fan of Giriraj Singh or his expletives. I don’t even agree to whatever rubbish he dishes out in routine intervals. As an individual and that too a mature individual, I expect Giriraj Singh to own up each bit of his utterances without any ‘blown out of context’ idiom thrown in as a caveat. If you ask me, most of his statements, post May 16th now have gone into the record books of shamelessness and it is only his prerogative to decide, if he wants to introspect or ignore all such ill achievements. I am no one to be too judgmental, neither I want to. That said, I am not against Girira'j Singh either; not at least for his latest statement concerning Sonia Gandhi and her skin color and race. And, I will explain why.
Before we analyze the so called racist statement of GS, we must pay a visit to the history. History of the Congress party that is. During the freedom movement, at one point, Netaji Subash Bose became the president of the Congress party. The sycophants of Nehru and the original Gandhi back then were not entirely convinced seeing a non-Nehru-Gandhi bootlicker at the helm. But they simply can’t throw away Netaji from the post either because he was an elected representative to the post. So they had to come up with a reason to convince many in the party that Netaji isn’t suitable for the post, even though he was unanimously elected by the national council of the party. So what the sycophants did? Yes, they took the anti-India sentiment of that time to their advantage. From nowhere a group touted to be too loyal to Nehru, objected to the fact that, Netaji has a German wife. Their argument was – Congress stands for Swaraj. By allowing Subash Bose, who happens to have married a German woman, to continue as the president of the party, the core ethos of the party is getting tarnished. Hence Subash Bose must be asked to leave the post to uphold the core values of the party, before it gets too late. Rest as they say is history. Netaji ultimately left the president’s post and walked away silently, leaving a bunch of jerks to rejoice of their ill-gotten victory.
Look at the contrast now. The same party, which once objected Netaji and his German wife, are all but wagging their tails by the sheer mention of Sonia Gandhi’s name. I don’t see anyone talking about the core ethos of the party or that Swaraj nonsense anymore. How this transformation happened? Or is it because Sonia married one of the Chinese Gandhis down the line that made the sycophants to forget their puke worthy ideology of yesteryears? If the core creed of the party can change so abruptly then I don’t see any reason why one won’t doubt how the ideologies would have shaped out in event of a black foreign woman marrying Rajeev Gandhi instead of a white skinned Sonia Maino? Was GS entirely wrong with his statement/question? He may be very crude in the manner he asked the question but the veracity of the question can’t be overlooked. Even I want to know the same. If the party members think, Netaji can’t marry a foreign national and be the president of the party at the same time but Rajeev Gandhi can be both and the PM of the nation as well, without a murmur then I very well want to know, how the stooges would have reacted, had Sonia been a Nigerian. Where the racism, insult to women and all that nonsense came into the picture here? One only asks you questions, even though uncomfortable, looking at your history and the manner you reacted back then. And you all know if history is the only thing that can be a pointer to the present then Congress party is worse than a whore house.
Even the reaction of our media is churlish. A lot of people, who are certified Modi haters, erupted in episodic outrage as if someone has declared a nuclear war against us. A lot of feminists were truck loaded to various studios to lampoon GS, RSS and BJP during the prime time. For every feminist worth of her salt, it was an insult to the entire women race, including the women of Jupiter, Mars and Venezuela. Isn’t it funny? The same feminists protest with branding bangles, Bindis and Sarees to humiliate someone as if all these artifacts are symbols of shamelessness but forget the fact that they in fact are insulting the women race in turn. It is the feminists and their propellant thugs in the media that made the distinction between white skinned and black skinned women to begin with. I never found the feminists shouting wolf against Fair & Lovely and their deplorable advertisements regarding fairness. I never found them shouting when Digvijaya Singh made that crass ‘Taunch Maal’ statement. Hell, I never found them shouting when Sharad Yadav made a juvenile statement, right in the well of the upper house. But come to GS, these jobless women who routinely roam around the fraudulent Delhi scotch circuit, were up in arms as a brethren and vying for GS’s blood. If GS is wrong then many in the past were as well. Why these feminists and their anchor friends kept quite back then?
Least we talk about Congress’s record in dishing out absolute filth against their opponents is better. The right side image only lists out the partial achievement of Congress party against a single person and that too in last ten years only. The same Sonia Gandhi, for whom the entire feminist world seems to be weeping loud, is the one who addressed an elected CM as ‘Maut Ka Saudagar’. I never found any of these liberal frauds opposing Sonia Gandhi’s deplorable words. Rather they were rejoicing in private. GS becomes a villain by questioning a bitter truth but none in Congress ever castigated for their comments against Modi; even today when he is the elected PM of this country. The same Congress thugs were silent about a certain Sashi Tharoor and the murder of his wife in a five star hotel. Ditto is also the case with the rabid feminists. Have you ever seen any feminist going berserk against Sashi Tharoor for ill-treating his wife? Have you seen any Congress lout questioning the dubious death of Sunanda Pushkar. Can anyone give me a single feminist’s name who came out against a third rate pervert called Tarun Tejpal. But today, suddenly the jackals have woken up to tear apart GS because he asked a very valid question. If anything goes, I am sure, the Congress sycophants may have accepted a Nigerian Sonia Gandhi but not with the jubilation they accepted an Italian SG. Truth is bitter and we must know how to shallow it that way. Why jump out of your Kurtas and skirts?
Even if GS was wrong, he said it in private. And don’t tell me that these jerks who preach us morality and civility during prime time or the jobless feminists, are as saint in private as they are when in public. We can’t deny that, all of us, including me, make crass statements when nobody is peeping at us. In fact, GS has asked the media people to not sting him with his statement once they are out of that room. That shows that GS never intended to make his feelings go public. What on earth let these media morons to air the content when the man in question has asked them not to? What kind of journalism is that? For me, when a person says something in private, it can’t be castigated in public. How many times we have seen the Congress party distancing itself from Digvijaya Singh for any of his nonsense by terming them as private view? Did these feminists object then?