Atheist across the globe are claiming that the source of terrorism can be traced back to millions of years when GOD got created under the first ever General Public License (Open Source Code) structure.

Due to the early open source policy of creators of GOD, self appointed implementation partners may have completely modified the source code to localize the application of GOD. These may or may not include likes of Jesus, Allah, Buddha, Mahavir, Krishna etc. This was fine, as the localized code worked fine for the limited period.

Due to major modification in the original source code, the central body could no longer control things under GPL. All this resulted in more implementation partners and who kept modifying the source code for localized benefits. As time moved on the original source code was lost…

One such implementer is LADIN…a bit out of touch with the original source code…isn’t he?

I am back…so is Haneef. As a Sardarji Secular Economist Prime Minister let me say that I glad that all went well.

To make a long post lengthier I have dug out a something which Burkha Dutt wrote in Khaleej Times.

“OUR schizophrenia as a people is astounding. Right now we are consumed with self-righteous indignation over how Mohammed Haneef, an Indian citizen and an initial suspect in the Glasgow bomb blast, was treated by the Australians. In his humiliation, we see a sinister attack on our national pride.

In the decision to scrap his visa, we see the premature death of our own emigration dreams. We want our government to be less effete in its intervention. We think this is about racism, not terrorism.”

Barkha writes for Khaleej Times….man, she is secular!

My apologies. Sunday was a little busy. Shiv kumar Patel or Dadua a dreaded dacoit from Uttar Pradesh was killed by the police on Sunday morning. I want to know if he was an SP MP, if yes from which constituency. I also would like to know which dacoit can replace him. Will this dcaoit be from Congress or will BJP take the lead. BSP also has quite a a few dacoits from the backward caste. Is this dacoit a SC/ST reserved category or from the general category.

What a Sunday! So many difficult questions for a Sardarji Economist Prime Minister.

Well…not as good as Veerappan…but he too did have a moustache

I am so glad that Amit Verma likes the new President. Here he what he had to say:

If you are an Indian, your heart should swell up with nationalistic pride today – and perhaps even explode. India elects a president as you read this, and it is likely to be Pratibha Patil. There has been much talk in the media about how she is unfit for that post, an opinion I have also expressed. But now I have seen the light. I was wrong.

Competence and intellect are optional attributes for a post that only has ceremonial value. Our president represents India to the world, and should be someone who people can take one look at and say, “Ah, so India is like that!” For various reasons, Pratibha Tai embodies much of India in her slender frame.

Consider, first, her spirituality. We are a spiritual nation, and Pratibha Tai actually converses with spirits. When she was nominated for the presidency, she revealed that she had been told by an enlightened soul that she was destined for bigger things.

“I had a pleasant experience,” she told an audience at Mt. Abu, where she had gone to meet a lady named Hridaymohini aka Dadiji, who runs a “World Spiritual University”. She had chatted with a gentleman named Dada Lekhraj, who died in 1969 but has presumably hung around since. “Dadiji ke shareer mein baba aye,” she told the audience. (“Baba came in Dadiji’s body.”) This, you will notice with pride, also has a touch of the erotic about it, which is quite appropriate in the land of Khajuraho and the Kama Sutra.

There are many advantages of having a president who can speak to spirits. She can chat with Gandhiji (Mahatma, not Sonia) over breakfast, and let us know his views on the world and Lage Raho Munnabhai. If George W Bush comes visiting, she can impress him by chatting with Saddam Hussein and asking him where those WMDs are. (“Dadiji je shareer mein Saddam aye.”) And so on. Lucky Dadiji.

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