Modi sarkar finally acts to shut down Rana Ayyub

One thing that even Modi’s sharpest critics will concede is that Modi has allowed the anti-Modi ecosystem to survive freely, even thrive. Wait, scratch that. Modi’s critics are actually very vocal in saying that Modi sarkar is brutally cracking down on dissenters. Which means that Modi sarkar has actually been totally tolerant to dissenters, because if Modi sarkar had made the slightest attempt to actually intimidate them, these paid propagandists would have switched over to his side in a second! In fact, the less Modi has done to crack down on dissent, the more these people have screamed in protest. It is important to realize that bringing down Modi is only half of the agenda of the intolerance brigade. Their cries are just as much desperate calls for attention, an advertisement of the paid propaganda services they can offer and basically begging to be purchased by the new regime.

A couple of days ago, I had asked you folks to caption this photograph of Agent Ayyub in wonderland:

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Ah, Doha, Qatar! What is Agent Ayyub doing there? Perhaps she has gone to inaugurate a new exhibition of Prophet cartoons to showcase the tolerance at the heart of the “idea of Islam”? Let’s run through a quick checklist of all the great things about the wonderland of Qatar:

a) Form of government : Absolute monarchy.

b) Penalty for criticizing Islam : 7 years imprisonment.

c) Penalty for preaching any religion other than Islam : 10 years imprisonment.

d) Penalty for leaving Islam (apostasy) : Death

e) Penalty for homosexual acts : Death

f) Penalty for having sex outside marriage : Death.

Mashallah! This seems like the perfect setting for Agent Ayyub to go and complain about what an ugly intolerant place India is and how it is only getting worse under Narendra Modi. What a place for Agent Ayyub to spend some quality time away from “bigots and radicals”, no?

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Here is the official story : apparently she had been invited to speak on her “book” by one Indian Association of Bihar and Jharkhand that is “under the aegis of the Indian Embassy” in Qatar.

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For me, the most disturbing part of Agent Ayyub’s latest mission is that she was going to desecrate the memory of Dr. Kalam. And then, this happened:

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She had crossed a red line. Thank you Narendra Modi! Thank you Modi ji for reminding them that there IS a red line after all. That the red line is somewhere.  Often times, when certain agents are seen chilling with high ranking admirals during fleet reviews or trying to reveal sensitive military positions on live television, we begin to wonder if there is a red line at all. Thank you for reminding them all that there is a red line after all…somewhere. And of course, thank you for not letting Agent Ayyub sully the memory of Dr. Kalam.

And then she tweeted this, presumably from Qatar:

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You bet! Everyone should be scared of “the truth”. Because you know, like in Qatar, once the “truth” has been found, there is usually 7 years of imprisonment for criticizing the “truth”, 10 years of imprisonment for suggesting anything other than the “truth” and death penalty for anyone who stops believing in the “truth”.

A quick comment on this “Indian Association of Bihar and Jharkhand” from Qatar. I googled them, which took me to their website. And I had a quick look at their “Executive Members”.

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I won’t elaborate, but let’s just say the names might fail to reflect a certain  “idea of Bihar”…or Jharkhand for that matter. And yes, there is a reason why I had to make this screenshot 10 minutes ago by using the Internet Way Back Archive, instead of just from their website where I saw the list yesterday.

Coming back to Agent Ayyub, she actually has a point here:

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Okay, being invited to speak by the Indian Embassy isn’t actually a right, but she has a point nevertheless.

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Again, it is amusing for the RW to be suddenly referred to as “FoE warriors”. I thought we were supposed to be relentless fascists shutting everyone down. I thought you folks were the FoE warriors.  And I am puzzled to see “FoE warriors” being used as if it’s an insult. But then, in matters of hypocrisy, context is everything … 

Nevertheless, I told you she has a point. Why isn’t the left making more noise about this? I’ll tell you why. Because Modi sarkar seems to have drawn a red line here. The intolerance brigade senses that and therefore has gone silent. They are cowards first, next mercenaries and only then they are liberals. Didn’t I tell you that the more Modi is tolerant to them, the more noise they will make? If Modi shows the slightest sign of intolerance, they will be the first ones to kneel before him.

Anyway, caption this 🙂

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26 thoughts on “Modi sarkar finally acts to shut down Rana Ayyub

  1. Hi CW.This is me Enigma.Somehow was not being able to post comments/replies so tried commenting using another username/email id.Good job by GOI.Hope she and the rest of the liberal gang are put in their place.

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  2. I am sure Namo has a plan to counter these anti-nationals. He is too smart a politician not to. I have a feeling that his counter attack will start with the countdown to the 2019 election. However he will ensure that no damage is done to National Security meanwhile. AD is there to take care of that!!

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  3. Another good news. Vikram Chandra has resigned from NDTV.He was CEO. It seems BD’S joint venture with another presstitudes SG is off.She is joining Washington Post .

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    1. Really! Vikram Chandra gone from NDTV? Wow… And yes, I had been wondering for a while why I am not really hearing about the Burqa-Shekhar joint venture. Seems the market for anti-national news has shrunk. Good.

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  4. Dear Chaiwallah,

    In my view you have wasted a lot of time and effort on a non-entity like Agent Ayyub while ignoring a much more ominous development, namely Burqa joining the Washington Post where she will have a global audience for her poison. Already one India hater called Nilanjana S. Roy writes a weekly column for the Financial Times, and now this. It is one thing to have Burqa talk rubbish on NTDV which no one watches anyway, but quite another thing for her to poison the minds of Americans. While we Indians know the truth about the New York Times or Washington Post, the fact is that these paper enjoy a lot of legitimacy among Americans. So we need to be extra vigorous by writing comments on WaPo from now onwards. Until now I have ignored WaPo but apparently we patriotic Indians cannot afford to do that any longer.

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    1. Prof. Vidyasagar,
      You are totally correct that Rana Ayyub does not deserve my time (or for that matter, the time/attention of any rational person)
      My main aim in writing this post however was to actually express glee at the fact that Modi sarkar finally cracked the whip on someone…anyone!

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  5. I fail to understand that why the BJP doesn’t provide funds to RW media. Instead it sleeps with the same Luten circuit.
    The Italian has funded millions to these Augusta Patrakars.

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    1. A MASSIVE INFERIORITY COMPLEX vis-a-vis the English-medium types, coupled with complacency and taking its own support base for granted! The BJP views people like us as “Bhakthas” who have nowhere else to go in any case, and is trying to “gain respectability” by ass-licking the Lutyens types. Plus NaMo has apparently decided that Jai-Italy is indispensable, no matter what his support base thinks. The only good news I have seen in recent times is that “BSM” (big shot minister) was kept completely in the dark about the surgical strikes.

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  6. What a pompous ass. She expected some RW furore over her regurgitated nonsensical book. Hurt her ego when nobody bothered. Now all this just for some scraps of attention. Their own irrelevance is making them real nincompoops!

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    1. Honestly, I am thrilled to see Modi cracking down on some citizens of the elite liberal cabal. This should have happened to a bigger liberal public figure, but at least Modi made a beginning.

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  7. Good post….enjoyed reading the dismantling of this pompous idiot Agent Ayyub who thinks that the world is desperate to read her stupid fiction!

    The way she puts it….’your government’….I wonder to which country she belongs too?

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  8. This is probably just the begining.Soon these so called intellectuals and journalists will start doing their job and stop propagandizing.
    As for Ms.Ayyub, if she feels there is no FOE,she is free th move to Doha.Believe me,she will feel more at home with her kind than she has ever felt with us kaffirs.
    Also,I am glad that she has acknowledged that it is us Bhakts who stand for FOE, not seculars and lefties.

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    1. He he…for me that was the best irony. Turns out we Bhakts are the FoE warriors after all and that she hates FoE… which explains why she feels her FoE must be respected…wait…what? Isn’t that a contradiction? Yes, that’s Rana Ayyub’s brain on secularism 🙂

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  9. Even her own boss who is no friend of Modi, did not support her book contents. Let us not fret about BD joining Washington Post. Washington Post and NYT has quite a few left wingers Indians on their staff for a long time. Americans have long standing anti-India, pro-Pakistan feelings ever since Nehru started leaning towards USSR, though that feelings are diminishing quite rapidly. More than influencing Americans, if BD writes anti-Indian article in WaPo, she will come under severe attack in India.

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    1. I frankly am surprised what took Burqa and all so long to actually join WaPo or NYT. Although I would have suspected that NYT is a more natural home for her. It’s good. The Hindu haters are moving out of India. The market for anti-nationalism in India is drying up.

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  10. We should let Muslim women be.This is a community with a severe seige mentality.If we push them too far they will go around rioting again.
    I work in a charity clinic (it is run by Hindus) and most of the patients are Peacefuls.They are extreamely inbred and have atleast 5 children each.Due to their burqas they have calcium deficiencies and their babies have developmental delays.They have high BP and diabetes from their 20s itself.Many of the women have abusive families.They are also much poorer than the Hindus in the city.Still they have no desire to better their selves.They really don’t have any excuse.The Hindus in AP and TS have an ageing population due to intense campaigning for family planning.Even cousin marriage has become rare.These people on the other hand have been living in a prison of their making.
    Im my opinion we should let them stay miserable.They will snap out of it or just self destruct.
    What we should do is stop all the perks and prevent them from harming the normal population.

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    1. It is correct. In some ways, one cannot help feel some pity for Muslim women. I think none of them support 3talaq but they have been told it is in the Quran and they are helpless. The whole religion is built that way: no one ever dares to ask any questions.

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