Thursday, June 12, 2014

Another sycophant laments death of Nehruvian Stalinism

The corrupt, compromised and brainwashed sycophants in Lutyens Delhi 
- habituated to fawning slavery and government entitlements - resisting genuine systemic change. Is it mandatory to eulogize Chacha Jawahirullah Nehru in every speech that is delivered 
by the P.M as some kind of ritual to the false IDOL of the Nehruvian Stalinists?
Are we not allowed to utter a single word without being berated by faithful retainers of The Dynasty for failing to lavish praise on their IDOL?

Hopefully, these are the last gasps for breath before the totalitarian fascism of the KKKaangress is laid to rest.

No reference to Nehru in Modi’s speech
Jun 12, 2014 02:45 AM , By Varghese K. George, Smita Gupta 

While Prime Minister Narendra Modi struck a conciliatory note and spoke of many past leaders in his address to both Houses of Parliament on Wednesday, he studiously avoided any reference to India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru.

Congress Deputy Leader in the Rajya Sabha Anand Sharma, who spoke just before Mr. Modi, said: “It is good that you are taking note of Gandhiji [who was mentioned in the President’s Address, too]. But what is intriguing is your reluctance to mention or acknowledge the contribution of Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, and universally acknowledged as a statesman.”

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