Does Manmohen understand what he says?

published on August 15, 2013

In his I-day moaning Manmohen Singh is alleged to have said “there can be no place for narrow and sectarian idealogies in a modern and secular country.”

Notoriously vague words, “idealogy” and “secular” – words specially adapted for use by politicians of the Global Corruption Caste. And so are the words “narrow” and “sectarian” very highly interpretable, subjective and vague.

In this instance can Manmoohen say (like Humpty Dumpty) “When I use a word it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.”
Like he should confirm that he was referring to Main Rival BJP’s “idealogy” – which is not different from the STATED idealogy of the Congress or any other Registered and Recognised Political Party, except perhaps the Muslim League or Communist.

Do only Political Parties have “idealogies”,and Religions do not, or are not supposed to have any?
Are patriotism, nationalism, loyalty to the Nation “narrow and sectarian”?

And as a corollary of Manmohanomics, are the practice of Treason, murder, arson, rape, riotting, destruction of places of worship and denigration of Hinduism in the name of Islam or Christianity “Broad-minded, Tolerant, non-sectarian, multi-ethnic, muliticulturist practices”?

Should “Narrow and Sectarian” religions be given Preferential Treatments, Priorities, Rights to practise and propagate secessionism, nasty Personal Laws and barbaric Practices, and oppress the vast majority in a Democracy?

Can he confirm that he was referring to “Religions” and not “Idealogies” in the light of the above?

We hate to say it but we prefer the MBE (Muzzled Both Ends) Manmoo to the OBE (Open Both Ends) Manmoo, particularly on I-Day.

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