Monday, May 18, 2009

daily times: A monstrous experiment in Pakistan

may 18th, 2009

i do love this quote. so appropriate. reminds me of the hatchet-faced young 'father' kappan who was defrocked for buggering little boys at the school i went to.

Alfred Hitchcock, the great movie director who specialised in frightening people, was once driving in Switzerland when he suddenly pointed out of the car window and said, "That is the most frightening sight I have ever seen." It was a priest in conversation with a little boy, his hand on the boy's shoulder.

Hitchcock leaned out of the car window and shouted, "Run, little boy! Run for your life!"

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Ram Narayanan

DAILY TIMES (of Pakistan)

May 11, 2009

OPINION: A monstrous experiment —Nasir Abbas Mirza 

Remote madrassas may be turning boys into drones but then there are thousands of madrassas spread all over Pakistan's urban centres that are producing millions of neo-drones who may not become suicide bombers but are totally unfit to live in this world. These kids need to be rescued

Take a little boy and incarcerate him in a remote madrassa. Keep him far away from the rest of the world and bar any interaction with humanity. Indoctrinate him with a distorted version of a religion and tell him that he does not belong to this world. Teach him about the fanciful world that awaits him in the heaven, and that in order to attain that he has to destroy everything that stands in his way, including his own body.

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