“Shoot-a-Fisherman” tourism in Kerala waters

published on April 29, 2012

Indian Game Sanctuaries Open Again

All those who were somebody in British royalty had come to India during British Raj to indulge in their favourite pastime of shooting wildlife in Indian forests. After liberation from Britain , it turned to film shooting of Indian wildlife. But now the situation has come a full circle and Europeans have discovered their most thrilling game of shooting Indian fishermen in cold blood. From huge container ships the poor fishermen in their small boats are sitting ducks and very good targets for the European marines to practice their favourite game. Not only marines, the Italian shooters practicing for London Olympics can also have some quick practice before the games.
After the latest Enrica Lexie episode, Italian marines will have something very interesting to convey to their fellow marines. The whole game is highly entertaining and dirt cheap. Each Indian shot dead is only worth a crore each and that too in cheap Indian currency. In return the successful shooters will get five-star accommodation and food during a few days of Indian hospitality and plenty of media coverage and fame. Though Italian marines are not sure about the influence of their Madam and Cardinals in this wonderful Indian experience, their story is certain to open floodgates of “Shoot-a-Fisherman” tourism to Kerala waters from Italy .
Another similar experience of an Italian middleman is already a legend in Italy . While the poor Bangaru got four years punishment for taking One lakh, his Italian counterpart Q is enjoying his life after the loot of Six Thousand Four Hundred lakhs from a single deal. All because Q was clever enough to share the loot with those who mattered; while the poor Bangaru pocketed it himself after falling an easy victim to the Tehelka-Congress joint venture trap. In short, Italians are having a good time in India with lots of entertainment, tons of money and dozens of Indian lickers to boot.   

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