Some people have asked me why I have the faces of the Dynasty on top of this blog. Many of you are annoyed by the smiling faces of the Dynasty staring back each time they load this page. It’s very deliberate. The Dynasty is right there, taunting all of us, mocking all of us…as if telling us: we are not in jail. We own the media, we own the academics, we own the intellectuals, what can you do about it?
So, each time Madam and her Mameluks are taken down a couple of notches, it gives me immense joy. I feel like the struggle for freedom has advanced one more inch.
Imagine my delight when I woke up yesterday to find out that the Queen was on the road, marching with her stool pigeons to “Save Democracy” (ROFL!)
I wonder if there is even one common man or woman in the entire country who did not feel some pleasure at this scene yesterday. Even if you are a Congress supporter, everyone likes to see the big boss humbled… Last year, after speaker Sumitra Mahajan suspended 25 Congress MPs from the Lok Sabha, it was a feast for the eyes to see the Sultana screaming and sloganeering in the courtyard of Parliament.. Last December, it was another treat to see the Queen in court as a defendant, seeking bail. Thanks, Dr. Swamy…
Imagine my joy when I found her outside Parliament, outside the courtyard of Parliament, marching on the road. Boundless joy..
Now, protest marches, sit-ins, courting arrest, getting bail etc. are part of every politician’s normal career. But the sense of special joy comes from the fact that the Gandhis have so far been privileged to live far outside the normal career of politicians. No sweat, no tears, no toil…the Dynasty’s Mameluks would do all the dirty work in their name, while the Dynasty spent their days in their palaces, taking secret trips to exotic foreign lands and collecting “tributes”. The Dynasty is only beginning it’s life in the rough and tumble of politics now…and watching the mighty fall gives tremendous delight.
In fact, it is so rare to see the Dynasty having to protest in person that the media tremble when it happens. Last year, when 25 Congress MPs were suspended, Sonia and Rahul came out to protest in the Parliament complex. For a day the media was filled with commentary of how the two royals coming out would result in a storm of sympathy and how the Modi government would be forced by public opinion to revoke the suspension. Nothing of the sort happened. Sonia came out and screamed. The nation enjoyed her plight. Modi ignored their protest. The suspensions continued. Sonia had to shut up and deal with it…
Even during the National Herald case, you could see commentators gushing about how the court appearance had “revitalized” the Congress. Ha! No, it didn’t. People nowadays simply enjoy the plight of these disgraced former monarchs.
Here is a picture of Rahul baba’s toy robot at the police barricades yesterday:
Look who is hiding behind the toy robot? Yes, behind his shoulder…Look carefully… Poor robot had to face the brunt, as usual.
If Madam was counting on a huge groundswell of public support over her plight, the joke is on her. This isn’t the 70s and the “aura” around the Dynasty is gone. You the Dynasts have generations of scams to thank for that. The only people still feeling the aura are your stool pigeons like Jyotiraditya:
So morons, did you march? What happened? Nothing…people watched the show, licked their lips with delight and moved on with their lives. You came back to Parliament where Manohar Parrikar was waiting for you.
Parrikar, not a naturally aggressive speaker, vastly improved upon his Rajya Sabha speech the other day. And this time he spoke in Hindi. His 42 minute speech was peppered with jibes at Italy. Maybe the Congress should reconsider if shouting down any mention of Sonia’s name was a good idea. It has led to much more sinister insinuations constantly being made…
Halfway into his speech, the heat got too much for the Congress to handle and the handful of people who form the entire Congress Lok Sabha contingent walked out of the House. Parrikar barely noticed…as it is the Lok Sabha looked just as full even with Madam’s handful of MPs gone 🙂
That’s just Parrikar. Here is the man you have to worry about, Madam.
How will you reply to these attacks, your Majesty?
But the most important line of yesterday was this one.
We will remember this line, Manohar Parrikar. And we will hold you accountable for this line.
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