India going through ‘CIVIL WAR’!: Arundhati blabbers in UAE

published on November 20, 2012

Outrageous ‘intellectual’ commits latest outrage on Gulf visit

Outrageous ‘intellectual’ Arundhati‘Susan’ Roy has committed yet another outrage: She claims India is going through civil war.

Arundhati(alias Susannah) made this totally untruthful claim on Saturday 10 November while speaking to media persons and the public at the Sharjah International Book Fair in the United Arab Emirates which she had come to attend.

Amazingly, not one of the representatives of India ’s traitorous media present dared to question her laughable claim. Not one of them, except yours faithfully, pointed out to her that there is NO civil war in India , as is happening right now in Syria and as took place recently in Libya . None of them, except me, pointed out to her there are no armed groups in India except the Maoist whose attacks are very occasional and who have been quiet for months now.

When this correspondent  asked Arundhati as to where this ‘civil war’ was being fought in India ,  she replied ‘the protests against the Posco steel plant in Orissa’. I pointed out to her that these are merely protests against siting a new steel plant, that the protesters are unarmed etc. but to no avail. So, mere protests, which are nothing unusual in any civilized country like India , can be called ‘civil war’ if it happens in India , according to Arundhati  ‘Susannah’ Roy !

The one-book wonder gave a mischievous smile as she uttered the words ‘civil war’ which said ‘I know there is no civil war but I secretly yearn for a civil war in India !’

Talking about the controversy about her Kashmir visit some time ago, Arundhati claimed that she had been misquoted by India ’s ‘Hindu media’!

This correspondent pointed out to her that there is no such thing as a ‘Hindu media’ in India , that the Indian media is almost entirely anti-Hindu.  There was no reply. So, according to Arundhati, the anti-Hindu media became ‘Hindu media’ when it simply quoted or recorded what she said and did on her Kashmir visit!

Next, Arundhati expressed sympathy for the plight of Indians in the Gulf but said she does not like Indians in countries like the US because, as she said, they are ‘Modi-types’! Presumably, she was upset with Indians in US for daring to defend  Narendra Modi.

Finally, she blamed India ’s ‘hierarchical society’ and ‘caste system’ for the people’s poverty.  When this correspondent point out there is poverty even in Saudi Arabia (which pumps about 10 million barrels of ‘black gold’ per day) though it does not have a caste system, there was no reply from Arundhati alias Susannah.

Intellectual terrorists and traitors to the nation like Arundhati Roy never miss an opportunity to attack anything and everything Hindu, without any provocation on the Hindu’s part, confident that Hindu society’s permissive tolerance would ensure that that their lives and limbs would be safe, no matter what they do.

Should this go on? Can’t Hindus do anything, anything at all, to prove to these fiends that they will have to big price for doing what they are doing? 

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  1. Omkar Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 2:10 am

    Susannah
    We need more Thackereys,Modis , Togadias and Subrahmanaya Swamis to survive as a nation.There are some paid agents working tirelessly for disintegrating our beloved Motherland to pieces.They want to create civil war and carve out their territories using their international connections.Susannah Roy is highly prejudiced.She is totally anti hindu and therfore anti Indian. It is auspicious to see Arundhathi in the morning. But What about this crypto ?

  2. Omkar Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 2:10 am

    Susannah
    We need more Thackereys,Modis , Togadias and Subrahmanaya Swamis to survive as a nation.There are some paid agents working tirelessly for disintegrating our beloved Motherland to pieces.They want to create civil war and carve out their territories using their international connections.Susannah Roy is highly prejudiced.She is totally anti hindu and therfore anti Indian. It is auspicious to see Arundhathi in the morning. But What about this crypto ?

  3. Vijayalakshmi Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 2:46 am

    Arundhati’s blabber.
    I think Arundhati Susannah Roy is deliberately saying such outrageous things just for cheap publicity.She is a cranky woman and should be ignored.

  4. Vijayalakshmi Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 2:46 am

    Arundhati’s blabber.
    I think Arundhati Susannah Roy is deliberately saying such outrageous things just for cheap publicity.She is a cranky woman and should be ignored.

  5. Vijayalakshmi Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 2:54 am

    Arundhati’s blabber.
    I think Arundhati Susannah Roy is deliberately saying such outrageous things just for cheap publicity.She is a cranky woman and should be ignored.However, I appreciate the gumption of the patriotic Indian who questioned her and stood up to the idiotic woman.Kudos to him!

  6. Vijayalakshmi Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 2:54 am

    Arundhati’s blabber.
    I think Arundhati Susannah Roy is deliberately saying such outrageous things just for cheap publicity.She is a cranky woman and should be ignored.However, I appreciate the gumption of the patriotic Indian who questioned her and stood up to the idiotic woman.Kudos to him!

  7. pvas Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 3:31 am

    Talentless Suzanne running around…
    Somebody, quickly, please give this talent-less woman, Suzanne Roy, her medications! If she doesn’t take them at regular hours, she starts rambling and running hither and thither. Apparently she has become an embarassment in the writers’ circles, because many know about her real potential and skill (or lack of). There is this rumour making the rounds, that even her first book was partly written or heavily edited by someone else – possibly her mummy. No wonder she’s in Dubai, to collect ‘friends’ to sponsor her attention-seeking, destructive ‘hobbies.’

  8. pvas Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 3:31 am

    Talentless Suzanne running around…
    Somebody, quickly, please give this talent-less woman, Suzanne Roy, her medications! If she doesn’t take them at regular hours, she starts rambling and running hither and thither. Apparently she has become an embarassment in the writers’ circles, because many know about her real potential and skill (or lack of). There is this rumour making the rounds, that even her first book was partly written or heavily edited by someone else – possibly her mummy. No wonder she’s in Dubai, to collect ‘friends’ to sponsor her attention-seeking, destructive ‘hobbies.’

  9. Gireesh Nambiar Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 6:22 am

    Good
    Good that the correspondent asked those questions and made her silent. The need of the hour is a good lot of pro-Hindu journalists. Let this incident motivate all Hindu journalists out there to be courageous enough to ask such questions publicly..:)

  10. Gireesh Nambiar Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 6:22 am

    Good
    Good that the correspondent asked those questions and made her silent. The need of the hour is a good lot of pro-Hindu journalists. Let this incident motivate all Hindu journalists out there to be courageous enough to ask such questions publicly..:)

  11. Manoj Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 6:36 am

    Respond immediately
    Next time need to slap twice so that she will learn

  12. Manoj Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 6:36 am

    Respond immediately
    Next time need to slap twice so that she will learn

  13. Arjun Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 7:21 am

    good job
    Good job by the correspondent I wish you had this on video, would have made for some good viewing..

  14. Arjun Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 7:21 am

    good job
    Good job by the correspondent I wish you had this on video, would have made for some good viewing..

  15. Ravi Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 6:13 pm

    court cases
    Same things that was done in that muslm painter’s case. Court cases and protests. This mixed breed will learn alesson.

  16. Ravi Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 6:13 pm

    court cases
    Same things that was done in that muslm painter’s case. Court cases and protests. This mixed breed will learn alesson.

  17. GSK Menon Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 11:36 pm

    India going through civil war
    Susannah is craving for free publicity and our media is always ready to publish idiotic utterances.

  18. GSK Menon Reply

    November 20, 2012 at 11:36 pm

    India going through civil war
    Susannah is craving for free publicity and our media is always ready to publish idiotic utterances.

  19. indian Reply

    November 21, 2012 at 2:49 am

    Fantasy or Fanatic ?
    Move needed to check her mental ability through courts directions, for her continuous abuse against this nation.

  20. indian Reply

    November 21, 2012 at 2:49 am

    Fantasy or Fanatic ?
    Move needed to check her mental ability through courts directions, for her continuous abuse against this nation.

  21. Hary Nambiar Reply

    November 21, 2012 at 7:03 pm

    A fire deep inside the heap of rice husk.
    Actually a social and cultural war has been going on in India for a long time. It is like a fire deep inside a heap of rice husk. You may not agree, but I would like to call it a civil war. Although there is no truth in the Christian claims of spiritual advantage over other religions, they have been successful in converting most of the downtrodden in India. While the Christians do it cleverly and covertly without resorting to violence the Muslims do it more openly and violently using the concept of Jihad. Both these religious groups have had considerable success over the years. On this effort they get clandestine help from the Indian media, English educated affluent middle class and the political parties both at the Center and the regional level. There is not even an awareness of this on the part of the other party. However, I don’t think Ms Roy has been talking about this civil war. I would agree that the caste system is largely responsible for most of the social and economic evils of India.

  22. Hary Nambiar Reply

    November 21, 2012 at 7:03 pm

    A fire deep inside the heap of rice husk.
    Actually a social and cultural war has been going on in India for a long time. It is like a fire deep inside a heap of rice husk. You may not agree, but I would like to call it a civil war. Although there is no truth in the Christian claims of spiritual advantage over other religions, they have been successful in converting most of the downtrodden in India. While the Christians do it cleverly and covertly without resorting to violence the Muslims do it more openly and violently using the concept of Jihad. Both these religious groups have had considerable success over the years. On this effort they get clandestine help from the Indian media, English educated affluent middle class and the political parties both at the Center and the regional level. There is not even an awareness of this on the part of the other party. However, I don’t think Ms Roy has been talking about this civil war. I would agree that the caste system is largely responsible for most of the social and economic evils of India.

  23. Hary Nambiar Reply

    November 21, 2012 at 7:16 pm

    A fire deep inside a heap of rice husk
    Actually a social and cultural war has been going on in India for a long time. It is like a fire deep inside a heap of rice husk. You may not agree, but I would like to call it a civil war. Although there is no truth in the Christian claims of spiritual advantage over other religions, they have been successful in converting most of the downtrodden in India. While the Christians do it cleverly and covertly without resorting to violence the Muslims do it more openly and violently using the concept of Jihad. Both these religious groups have had considerable success over the years. On this effort they get clandestine help from the Indian media, English educated affluent middle class and the political parties both at the Center and the regional level. There is not even an awareness of this on the part of the other party. However, I don’t think Ms Roy has been talking about this civil war. I would agree that the caste system is largely responsible for most of the social and economic evils of India.

  24. Hary Nambiar Reply

    November 21, 2012 at 7:16 pm

    A fire deep inside a heap of rice husk
    Actually a social and cultural war has been going on in India for a long time. It is like a fire deep inside a heap of rice husk. You may not agree, but I would like to call it a civil war. Although there is no truth in the Christian claims of spiritual advantage over other religions, they have been successful in converting most of the downtrodden in India. While the Christians do it cleverly and covertly without resorting to violence the Muslims do it more openly and violently using the concept of Jihad. Both these religious groups have had considerable success over the years. On this effort they get clandestine help from the Indian media, English educated affluent middle class and the political parties both at the Center and the regional level. There is not even an awareness of this on the part of the other party. However, I don’t think Ms Roy has been talking about this civil war. I would agree that the caste system is largely responsible for most of the social and economic evils of India.

  25. Prashanth K.P. Reply

    November 22, 2012 at 8:23 am

    Arundhati Roy Rantings
    She is a mere gimmick! One of those characters who entertain crowd in a circus – a Joker! A one book incidental celebrity, neither is her literary and patriotic qualification worthy of mentiion let alone praise. A strong Maoist smpathizer, she has often aired her loose mouthed opinions at public functions and has gone scot free, thanks to an insipid Congress Govt at the Centre who also follow similar thinking. She needs to be booked for anti-national activities / propaganda and put behind bars.

  26. Prashanth K.P. Reply

    November 22, 2012 at 8:23 am

    Arundhati Roy Rantings
    She is a mere gimmick! One of those characters who entertain crowd in a circus – a Joker! A one book incidental celebrity, neither is her literary and patriotic qualification worthy of mentiion let alone praise. A strong Maoist smpathizer, she has often aired her loose mouthed opinions at public functions and has gone scot free, thanks to an insipid Congress Govt at the Centre who also follow similar thinking. She needs to be booked for anti-national activities / propaganda and put behind bars.

  27. Ramesh Kumar Reply

    November 23, 2012 at 12:41 pm

    Arundhati misunderstood
    I think Arundhati Roy is being misunderstood and quoted out of context. She is an intellectual who is concerned about the general state of affairs in India. Her criticism is against poverty, murder in the name of religion, atrocities on people and its affect on human rights etc.

    As always, intellectuals like Arundhati Roy are panned down by right wing Hindu groups.

    I know my comment will not go down well with many here. I am sure I will be called a non Hindu also. But, please try to place things in the right context. Atleast Arundhati Roy’s efforts at working on the larger ills that plague our society should be taken in the right spirit. Find below a video of one of her interview at Sharjah. I do not find anything amiss here as a Hindu:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkjk-VLBRbA&feature=related

  28. Ramesh Kumar Reply

    November 23, 2012 at 12:41 pm

    Arundhati misunderstood
    I think Arundhati Roy is being misunderstood and quoted out of context. She is an intellectual who is concerned about the general state of affairs in India. Her criticism is against poverty, murder in the name of religion, atrocities on people and its affect on human rights etc.

    As always, intellectuals like Arundhati Roy are panned down by right wing Hindu groups.

    I know my comment will not go down well with many here. I am sure I will be called a non Hindu also. But, please try to place things in the right context. Atleast Arundhati Roy’s efforts at working on the larger ills that plague our society should be taken in the right spirit. Find below a video of one of her interview at Sharjah. I do not find anything amiss here as a Hindu:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkjk-VLBRbA&feature=related

  29. indian Reply

    November 24, 2012 at 6:20 am

    Kasab understood ?
    The Government of india investing men and materials to constitute india to become world leader.
    This lady is marketing herself by indulging in insulting and disservice to this nation and supporting whoever found as antinationals with silly explanations. (In explanations saying about poverty and underdevelopement but against factories, supports who explode bridges, schools, telecom towers etc )
    In india even Kasab the terrorist have supporters giving their explanations !

  30. indian Reply

    November 24, 2012 at 6:20 am

    Kasab understood ?
    The Government of india investing men and materials to constitute india to become world leader.
    This lady is marketing herself by indulging in insulting and disservice to this nation and supporting whoever found as antinationals with silly explanations. (In explanations saying about poverty and underdevelopement but against factories, supports who explode bridges, schools, telecom towers etc )
    In india even Kasab the terrorist have supporters giving their explanations !

  31. Anil Balakrishnan Reply

    November 24, 2012 at 9:33 pm

    Reply to Ramesh Kumar
    Dear Mr.Ramesh , Could you kindly define the word ” Intellectual ” ? Does she practice what she preach ? What is her contribution to eradication of poverty ? Murder in the name of religion – I have never across any statement mnade by Ms Roy against the attrocities committed on Kashmiri/Pakistani/Bangaldeshi hindus by msulim terrorists . Why it is so ? May be she is in the payroll of such terrorists and countries which support such terrorists ?

  32. Anil Balakrishnan Reply

    November 24, 2012 at 9:33 pm

    Reply to Ramesh Kumar
    Dear Mr.Ramesh , Could you kindly define the word ” Intellectual ” ? Does she practice what she preach ? What is her contribution to eradication of poverty ? Murder in the name of religion – I have never across any statement mnade by Ms Roy against the attrocities committed on Kashmiri/Pakistani/Bangaldeshi hindus by msulim terrorists . Why it is so ? May be she is in the payroll of such terrorists and countries which support such terrorists ?

  33. Krishnanunni Madathil Reply

    December 31, 2012 at 4:47 am

    Misquoted?
    It is not wrong to criticise the nation – indeed our nation has several ills which need rectification. While I support the information posted through this website, it is unfortunate that it indulges in the same kind of name-calling and pseudo-fact peddling which riddles its very adversaries – the right-wing Islamic and Christian groups. These groups I detest.

    I think Arundhati Roy’s comments have been taken out of context here. While she is referring to civil war, she might have been referring to the Maoist violence plaguing central India – it is real, and it has a definite socio-economic angle to it, and not religious. Arundhati Roy is a renowned writer – to call her an intellectual is to tread on thin ice – she is not a philosopher.

    To the extent that the caste system excludes people from the opportunity to live a life with dignity, it is an impediment and must be removed/reformed. Poverty does not have a religion or caste, but in India, it is true that certain groups are clearly at a disadvantage.

    The author of the article asks ‘Can’t Hindus do anything?’. Yes, we can. If Hindus are to break the back of proselytisation, there is a two-word solution – ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. Give the downtrodden food security, and the opportunity to live a life of dignity, and they will find little need to ‘convert’ to any other faith from their indigenous faith – which generally falls under the umbrella term ‘Hinduism’. That is what it boils down to. If people do convert, they do not do so (in most cases) out of any special attachment to Muhammad or Christ – they do it thinking (mostly unwisely) that it will lead to greater social acceptance and economic opportunities.

    Merely flying the saffron flag will not take away from those most likely to convert the incentive to convert. Solve the economics, and the politics will solve itself. The minorities will continue to rant, but in the end, their efforts will be futile once their remains no rationale to adopt their creed.

  34. Krishnanunni Madathil Reply

    December 31, 2012 at 4:47 am

    Misquoted?
    It is not wrong to criticise the nation – indeed our nation has several ills which need rectification. While I support the information posted through this website, it is unfortunate that it indulges in the same kind of name-calling and pseudo-fact peddling which riddles its very adversaries – the right-wing Islamic and Christian groups. These groups I detest.

    I think Arundhati Roy’s comments have been taken out of context here. While she is referring to civil war, she might have been referring to the Maoist violence plaguing central India – it is real, and it has a definite socio-economic angle to it, and not religious. Arundhati Roy is a renowned writer – to call her an intellectual is to tread on thin ice – she is not a philosopher.

    To the extent that the caste system excludes people from the opportunity to live a life with dignity, it is an impediment and must be removed/reformed. Poverty does not have a religion or caste, but in India, it is true that certain groups are clearly at a disadvantage.

    The author of the article asks ‘Can’t Hindus do anything?’. Yes, we can. If Hindus are to break the back of proselytisation, there is a two-word solution – ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. Give the downtrodden food security, and the opportunity to live a life of dignity, and they will find little need to ‘convert’ to any other faith from their indigenous faith – which generally falls under the umbrella term ‘Hinduism’. That is what it boils down to. If people do convert, they do not do so (in most cases) out of any special attachment to Muhammad or Christ – they do it thinking (mostly unwisely) that it will lead to greater social acceptance and economic opportunities.

    Merely flying the saffron flag will not take away from those most likely to convert the incentive to convert. Solve the economics, and the politics will solve itself. The minorities will continue to rant, but in the end, their efforts will be futile once their remains no rationale to adopt their creed.

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