Friday, February 10, 2012

Holier than cow hypocrisy


Indiavision.com

This was breaking news with a difference. Caught live on camera were Karnataka’s honourable ministers indulging in a not so honourable deed. While the rest of the Vidhana Soudha was busy debating mundane issues such as drought, three ministers were busy tackling erection issues. So engrossed were these gentlemen in watching naked women on their tiny mobile screen that they were blissfully unaware of the television cameras zooming on them from behind.

Not porn silly! It was a performance review and they were simply trying to rise to the occasion!

Reminds me of the backbencher attitude typically seen in school kids. While the teacher is breaking into a sweat trying to explain how x must equal y, the boys at the back are busy drawing the class hottie’s bra strap in their note book.

But these are adults and not hormonal adolescents. And not just any male adults, but elected representatives, who were given a portfolio so that they could serve the very electorate that voted for them. Whether watching porn is right or wrong is another matter all together. If google search statistics are anything to go by, it’s a national pastime. This is what happens when people grow up watching filmy flowers kiss and parents who insist that no bodily function contributed to their birth. Curiosity didn’t kill the cat; it gave birth to an industry called porn.

The issue here is not some ministers indulging in juvenile behaviour. It is about political hypocrisy of the perennially pious. I understand that private lives of politicians is entirely their business but not if it contradicts their moral hectoring in public. It is the same CC Patil who just a month back was acting as the high priest of the moral brigade, loftily giving advice to women to cover up to escape sexual assault on streets. What a convenient way of absolving men of any responsibility for their libidinous nature! Mind you, this is a minister who handles the women and child welfare portfolio. Somebody tell him please, that there is no connection, never has been and never will be, between rape and what a woman wears. Sir, don’t try to fault our “skimpy” clothes when the trouble lies with the filth you carry in your mind. And how well you illustrated it - drooling over nude images and violating the sanctity of the assembly. S howing utter contempt for decorum and people who brought you to power.

What made it worse was the lack of remorse and the clumsy lies these men cooked up to defend themselves. As if watching rape footage makes them less sleazy! Thick skinned liars and they have the gall to issue diktats on moral behaviour. If Ram Sene can display uncharacteristic zeal in thrashing youngsters indulging in PDA, why can’t they beat up these cads for disrespecting the legislative assembly?

Hum karein to salaa character dheela hai?

What’s ironic is that these gents belong to a party that loves flaunting it’s holier than cow attitude. BJP – that has spent a lifetime as a party-in-waiting, boasts of a geriatric high command that specializes in high octane protests and walk outs and doesn’t waste an opportunity to demand resignations on moral high grounds.

So immersed is the party in its single minded pursuit for power that it is blissfully ignorant of the asses it’s breeding in its own party. And when they get exposed, look how they jump to their defence. Karnataka CM Gowda tried to dismiss it as yet another conspiracy by the Opposition and felt his three idiots had no reason to feel sorry!” According BJP leader Parrikar “They (the three Karnataka ministers) were only watching and not doing it in action". God forbid! If we are subjected to the torture of watching a live telecast, the entire nation will be walking around with a haunted look in their eyes.

BJP is not exactly known for being amenable to reason. They are illiberal and intolerant, prone to violence; and they would not mind manufacturing communal disharmony, which includes riots, when it suits them. All this in the name of protecting Indian culture and heritage. But it comes to dealing with its rogue ministers like Yeddyurappa or Maderna, it lacks courage and conviction. Politics wins, principles can go for a toss.

Ironically such hypocrisy is across the political spectrum and not just the prerogative of the Congress or BJP. Time and again we vent frustration at the intolerance our leaders breed to freedom of expression. Sadly these antiquated views stem from the desire to endear themselves to certain sections of the society rather than a personal conviction. Go ahead and play to the gallery but not at our expense! As citizens of a free country, shouldn’t we be free to decide what we want to read and watch! Why can’t we express what we feel, without the fear of censorship? Why this constant moral policing by double faced politicians who condemn a rave party in public and derive perverse pleasure in watching its clips in private?

Isn’t it time we asked you to just shut up and prove your usefulness to the country?







117 comments:

  1. Great minds think alike...I have written on the same topic and the title is Mein karoo to salaa character dheela hai..Havent uploaded it as yet.

    It was their cagey clarification which made them look like idiots.Such hypocrites they are!Great write up as usual.

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    1. Hahaha...it's too juicy a controversy to ignore. And it was a toss between "Tum karo to ishq hai, hum kare to sex"!! and this one :))

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    2. On a serious note, whats most unfortunate is that one of the guys is Woman and Child welfare minister!

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  2. Spineless people lacking character are now running the nation and hence the mess all around! A shame for which these people have no remorse!

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    1. This episode reflects the quality of people we have in positions of power. Bereft of any shame or character. So what's new about it!

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  3. watching didnt surprise me but the place did. do whatever you want but when you are representing people, you need to behave. '......not doing it, what shit was that? GAY PORN? and these people have the guts to tell women what to wear. you know on a very serious note, i would love to hear how the dinner conversation went in their homes the following night
    about getting caught, typical rookie mistake ;)

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    1. HA! they forgot to read the instruction manual for -how to watch porn, without getting caught :D

      Oh wait! can they read?

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  4. Hypocrisy is in our blood. But I loved the excuses they were making. These guys can write good fiction, I wonder what they are doing in politics.
    By the by, this is the fourth post where you have used the "Character Dheela Hain" song line.

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    1. Like I mentioned in my reply to Alka's comment, it was a toss.

      Next time I will use some other line, promise :)

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    1. Unexpected was them watching it when the session was in progress.

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    1. We expect the worst from our elected.

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  7. i was outraged at their behavior and the flimsy excuses they gave along with the cm saying how noteworthy it was that they resigned on their own accord. like, ftw??

    these ppl (which ironically included the child welfare minister too it seems) neither care for the sanctity of the legislature proceedings (hold on, neither do any of the other politicians!) nor regret their actions. not that this is surprising though..

    none of this is going to change with an eyewash of a resignation. pls send them for moral education classes already!
    and to think they hail from the party that lashes out at couples and anything whch they deem remotely western even. gah!

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    1. They seem to be under some mistaken impression that following rules and observing laws are meant only for the common man.

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  8. Yeah pretty bad stuff and flimsy excuses. Sitting in Bangalore, we bear the brunt of BJP's obscene corruption, moral depravity and utter disregard to development. I am awaiting the Assembly elections eagerly.

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    1. Politics seems to attract the worst specimens. But then you do have a few remaining honourable men and women. Thank God for them.

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  9. I think their fault is not watching the porn video, it is getting caught :D..otherwise every single one is a thief..those who get caught, poor things :D

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    1. Apparently an entire battalion of 40 MLA"s across all parties watched these clips, during the Legislative session.

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  10. HAHA.. Every person in the world watches Porn but only unlucky one get caught:-P

    Well, watching porn or not is his own business but the place chosen by him was totally wrong. He has done a sin by doing it..

    Well written:)

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  11. one of them even ordered a power cut at his constituency so that nobody can watch his behaviour in the TV; he even bought all the news papers. Man, he should have trusted us! We are a nation full of hypocrites with poor memory and extraordinary tolerance!

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    1. Not out of shame, but out of fear of losing his vote bank.

      And LOL@ a nation full of hypocrites with poor memory and extraordinary tolerance! We deserve these idiots, don't we!

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  12. Before, I get too excited to write what's in my mind and faint out of shock, let me say this- hypocrisy by politicians are mere reflection of those who elected them.
    Most in our country are no less hypocrites themselves :-) What do you say?

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    1. True that...Most of us shed our principles the moment it's inconvenient but that doesn't stop us from giving sermons on morality :)

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  13. Sir, don’t try to fault our “skimpy” clothes when the trouble lies with the filth you carry in your mind.
    Bravo!

    And saying they were only watching and not doing it in action-OH MYYYY GAAAWD! You are right to speak of haunted minds and eyes then...what is with the world and porn?

    Why is sex becoming the be-all? And you say that flowers kissing made us deprived but then showing how much is enough...I mean I get all worried if Seeya watches the OH-LAA LAA video too intently or the kiss in some song becomes too long...where's the solution?

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    1. On screen intimacy makes most of us uneasy. Not that there's anything wrong with it, it has more to do with our social conditioning, our definition of rights and wrongs.

      You have to let her know that there's nothing dirty about sex, it's an expression of love(at least for women).

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  14. areee but see all three resigned immediately, How good they are. BJP ministers -- no other party minister would resign .. this shows how much they think of the nation ... MUUUUU HA HA HA HA HA ..
    and it is was so strange to hear that minister saying live, They have not done anything wrong..
    There were watching a movie where a girl was tortured badly by other males .. If i remmber correct what i read ..

    SO they watch such porn and also have a smile at a human being tortured ..

    AB whats wrong in this WE do need such ministers they are so good they are telling it on Live tv

    well sorry i had to take the dig..

    ANd now the question is we all know what they did the whole nation has seen it .. the question comes what to do of the people who are seen standing with them and supporting these ministes .. and the Party itself the so called BJP..

    come elections many of us will be voting for the same men again :) or same Type of men ..

    Bikram's

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    1. Hmmm...politics will remain dirty as long as we refuse to be part of it. And we refuse to be part of it, because we all think politics is dirty. A classic catch 22 situation.

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  15. "This is what happens when people grow up watching filmy flowers kiss and parents who insist that no bodily function contributed to their birth"

    This is so true!! Me diverting but in a country like ours where almost every city has a RLD and none of them still out of business, sex is still a taboo!! Hypocrisy ki hadd! Bang on this post!

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    1. A country that gave the world, the Kamasutra has now adopted a Victorian attitude towards sex.

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  16. Hardly surprising these days...From the time we have seen our MP's throwing chairs in Parliament and BJP bringing in money wads to prove a point, nothing surprises any more.. Today watching porn on their gadgets, tomorrow they may start disrobing!!

    The surprise part is indeed BJP, as they were one party who always had not graduates, but double grads as their senior management. And it is this management that because of their education should not be tolerating this, but yet, accepting it, ia a shocker indeed.

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    1. Look how the Rajasthan government dealt with the Salman Rushdie episode in Rajasthan. Their cow living CM in Madhya Pradesh is no better.

      We are spoilt for choices.

      How I wish we could have Nitish Kumar as a Prime
      Ministerial candidate.

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  17. This damn country n it's politicians need a complete makeover. Minister for woman n child welfare. God ! I have no words left. All we say falls on deaf ears. It's time to do.

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    1. Oops....I am stressing you all with my rants. Even the sweet Rituparna :)

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  18. Watching porn or not watching porn is a personal choice but watching such obscene stuff when the session was in progress is like keeping your feet on the National flag or may be not respecting the national anthem....
    This is lack of respect to our constitution.
    The issue is even if it was just a movie and not porn it would have been an offence. Now since it was porn media is not leaving a single chance to sensationalize it.

    And about protecting the Indian culture and double standards....
    i do also thnk that we shud not catch them and blame them for something they've said and something which is surely related to it..but the important issue here is i guess the lack of respect for the Nation>> Constitution >>an assemble in session.

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    1. And the saddest part it those porn clips are now the most sought after in the grey market!

      Are we any better?

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    1. Hahaha...love your cheerful comments :)

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  20. it sure was a disgrace!

    btw, u din know about the open sex party that was arranged by karnataka tourism dept, right? there was no mention about it!! these ministers were part of that as well :) so i am not surprised :D

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    1. Yep...the KTDC sponsored rave party in St Mary's island.

      And we are more amused than surprised :)

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  21. the only surprise I had was to know that our ministers actually knew how to use a "smart"phone and its functions :|

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    1. Hahaha! Necessity turned them into a geek :D

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  22. When I get bored I watch Anime but when ministers gets bored they turn on (pun unintended) porn.

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    1. If only they could have item numbers to keep our legislators entertained :D

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    2. My name is Sheela, Sheela ki jawaani :P

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  23. Purba,

    Sometime ago you may have read in newspapers that couple of tourists in Kaziranga were talking that politicians are thick skinned like rhinos and two rhinos who overheard this conversation committed suicide as the felt demeaned by this comparison.

    Take care

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    1. Guffaws!! what a joke sir! Thank you for sharing it :)

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  24. Good that they have been punished now, but our memory is very short! They will certainly bounce back very soon :(

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    1. Like Rajashree said - a nation full of hypocrites with poor memory and extraordinary tolerance!

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  25. Lovely article.. I guess there are no two ways to judge this issue! I always think of it as empowerment issue. If that session had equal number of male and female politicians next to each other, maybe the guys would have thought twice about it. It goes on in every workplace where there are no media cameras. Men just take it for granted that it is ok to have this amusement as long as no one is complaining (or broadcasting it to national TV).

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    1. Loved your fresh perspective on this issue. And it is these ministers who are so vehemently opposing the 33% reservation for women in Parliament.

      Did you know what Mulayam Singh Yadav counter argument was! He claimed that if the Women's Reservation Bill was passed in Parliament, India would see a new breed of woman parliamentarians who would be whistled at by youngsters in the cow belt.

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  26. Brilliant article. Filled with satire but at the same time addressed a much larger question and issue behind. This is indeed a shame no doubt and it underlines the hypocrisy that has come to dominate our society.

    Phenomenal writing as usual. :)

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    1. Feel humbled by your effusive praise :)

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  27. That was very well-written. Let's just hope that people remember this the when the next election comes around or when the next politician decides to get on his moral high horse and deride all women.

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    1. Unfortunately we vote for parties and not individuals.

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  28. I was waiting for your post and Alka's on this one since you are the two who would do full justice to the most shameful of news in recent times. Haven't you heard that talking about others' morality is what this party has been elected for? They are above such silly restraints for themselves. Valentine's Day is just a couple of days away. Watch them get clobbered by the young 'uns :))

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    1. Hahaha! wouldn't that be great :)
      And Alka is coming up with her witty version soon.

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  29. Purba, words have inspired civilizations to grow, words have acquired freedom for a country and they have moved nations many a time. Whenever I read your articles, I understand how some are just good writers and some end up becoming great! You have that potential in you my friend, nurture it to glory.
    Coming back to the topic, I sincerely believe that porn is the not the issue, in fact it is an amusing aspect of the men psychology which has always disturbed women.We all have grown up watching porn in our adolescence,we didn't have CD's or laptops or smart phones those days, yet we managed a peek at a big brother's residence on a VCP/VCR.Am i being too candid on a public forum? Well let it be, I am just trying to say that porn was there and will remain no matter how much hypocrisy grows around it.The problem here is of accountability and the question of WHEN and WHERE.These perverts have crossed all their limits and ended up insulting the tax payer of the country, who pay for their bills and entertainment.They should at least learn from their sons who watch it secretly and not in the drawing room of their houses.How silly can these men be?I can only give a good laugh that's it and kick them off in their next appraisals for bringing shame to the assembly and the constitution of the country.Like they say "we are all free to have sex in our corners, but doing it in public is a punishable offense" That is precisely the way the issue should be looked at and not like those agitations claiming this as an "insult to Indian women". I laugh even more at them...

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    1. Most of us watch porn, few are ready to admit. As a society we are quick to pass judgements. Frankly I think we make a big deal about sex. One of the reasons why so many perversions exist.

      And does watching porn degrade women? I don't think so. But that's a matter for another debate.

      And thanks a ton for your encouraging words :)

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  30. hypocrites is the right words, I wish there was an even more bad a word. Its strange how such people get into power time and again. I mean they really do, and who puts them back there. People like us :(

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    1. Call it middle class complacency. I feel all of us should do a thorough research about candidates before voting for them.

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  31. so very well written...i love ur style ...

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  32. very rightly said Purba...with all the moral policing that RSS does this incident was a whip ....

    a well written one in ur juicy style :) :)

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  33. I loved your writing! It's truly delightful to read whatever you write! :)

    And yes ,these men -Wrong time,wrong people & wrong place!!

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    1. All they needed to do was stage a walk out and watch it at leisure!

      Fools :P

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  34. I have been reading several posts on this, and something that bugs is why we are even surprised. DO we really believe after all these years that the guys we are voting into power are really capable of anything better? Is this outrage not really a way of compensating for our own hypocrisy of participating in a system that we already know is a sham? We are a great nation indeed. The fact that we vote in one shade or the other of the same breed parliament after parliament even after knowing what little boys are made of made of is proof of our greatness.

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    1. We need more honest men and women in Politics. So how many of us willing to leave our comfort zones and do something about it. And even if I do, I will be squashed like a bug.

      My MIL is not a Gandhi, so tell me what do I do?

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  35. PS: A class hottie slip if there was ever one, all I meant to write in the comment was "nice post." So - Nice post!

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    1. Thank you, loved reading your fair satire :)

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  36. Let's show some mercy to these poor guys. After all, the sessions must have been so boring, and they needed something to keep them awake. :D

    If sleeping/eating in the house were allowed, or may be flying paper planes, they wouldn't have resorted to watching porn.

    Moreover, I don't think there's a sign outside the house that says "Watching porn is prohibited inside the house."

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    1. Bibek carrying mobiles inside the Vidhana Soudha is prohibited. And if they find debates on public issues so boring, they shouldn't have joined politics in the first place.

      Oh wait! doesn't politics pay more than crime?

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  37. Well, at least they "rise" to the occasion for once in their lives! :-D

    Nice job taking these hypocrites to task with yet another scintillating post!

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  38. They are the custodians of our culture, savior of Women & children above all Patriotic Indians, sorry Hinduvatavadi!

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    1. Mr S R Ayyangar, it's really sad that even after having been caught red handed, they are still being defended with unbelievable arguments.

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    2. IHM, Ayyangar Sir meant the opposite :)

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    3. @ Ayyangar Sir...A bunch of delusional fools, that's what they are!

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  39. //It is about political hypocrisy of the perennially pious. I understand that private lives of politicians is entirely their business but not if it contradicts their moral hectoring in public.// Well said Purba!

    //Why this constant moral policing by double faced politicians who condemn a rave party in public and derive perverse pleasure in watching its clips in private?

    Isn’t it time we asked you to just shut up and prove your usefulness to the country? //

    And today we had a supporter arguing about the same thing on twitter, 'they didn't do it, they were only watching a video'.

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    1. It is the hypocrisy that's so annoying. Not just of the political class, but our society in general.

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  40. High time these hypocrites understand their responsibility! Is it enough if they are stripped of their portfolios?

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    1. Nopes, they are banking on our ability to forgive and forget.

      Of course they will be back!

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  41. And those excuses these filthy men gave outraged me totally! Hypocrites are bred in India..and it's in their blood. Yet another great post!!

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    1. If only we could accept each other for what we truly are.

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  42. With a majority of politicians, double standards are the order of the day. I recall a time, years ago, while browsing TV channels, we'd come across the Lok Sabha channel where they'd show house sessions. Screaming, shouting, and probably abusing with our Speaker looking on. My son would ask what it was - and we'd be embarrassed to tell him :-) We would of course, to which he'd muse - and they scold us when we talk in class? Not much of an example.

    Reading the newspaper headlines is another thing - nothing but crime and politician-misbehavior with a few good things interspersed when they can get a word in.

    Ugh - and they still haven't removed Yeddy's large posters from the back of the buses.

    Very interesting read, Purba!

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    1. Don't they make your heart swell with pride. Tragically most of them are in the public arena to make money, rather than serve the country.

      And why not, since Politics nowadays pays more than crime!

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  43. News is that, the porn video had been on the rounds within most the Ministers for a couple of days prior to 'this' incident. Unluckily for these three idiots, their turn came when they were inside the Vidhana Soudha.

    And ofcourse, rape and general sexual crimes against women are a major concern in this country that needs a lot of research to be tackled efficiently. I think these guys were working on that!! haha...

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    1. And they will back, with fresh sermons and fresher scams. Things have come to such a point that we now expect our polity to be immoral and corrupt.

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  44. OH God!Such hypocrites and their stupid answers.How many times have we got to tell them it's not the woman's fault and no woman goes around asking to be raped.Is there a problem in accepting some of them are perverts?And I'm tired of the blame game...

    And some where I feel their mothers are to be blamed.So yeah some women are at fault.Happy Mutalik-Types?

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    1. It's their way of telling, it's your fault, not mine. How convenient!

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  45. Damn those large screen phones and HD capable CC Cameras! :P

    I guess they must be thinking on similar lines.
    Let's give them a Nokia 1100, and hope that they can light up India with it's meager torch light.


    Cheers,
    Blasphemous Aesthete

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    1. Did you know the Karnataka government has now barred private news channels from Assembly?

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    2. Did they? That is really an irresponsible act, covering up their own dirt.

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  46. I guess unless we the lesser mortals start questioning our mai-baap at a regular frequency , all we should expect is daemon dance.

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    1. LOL...elected to serve the country and yet they prefer lording over us.

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  47. no matter how much we go in favor or against them .. the bottom line remains the same .. they'll rule the common man and will exploit their position at the sake of each and every vulnerable man..

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    1. Till they have control over public resources, treasury, they will continue to abuse power.

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  48. Wonderful post, as usual Purba! I just wonder why should we vote for such pathetic figures? This is a mere wastage. It's always like vote for the least criminal/rougue among the candidates. Woman and Child Welfare Minister!!! The welfare is then surely done!

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    1. Politics has become a lucrative business and attracts the worse specimens.

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  49. Excellently written. A nice kick where it hurts the most. Too bad that these guys are not literate enough to read such posts!!

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    1. They have more important things to take care of - like watching porn :)

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  50. politicians come from us and i have heard of incidences where people were caught watching porn in office and were fired...tell in an interesting fact, the teachers in IIT watch more porn in the internet than students, that's what one of our internal survey found out...do you know the reason why? because students have all porn available in the intranet, so they don't need the slow internet....now, who to blame :)

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    1. HA! really!

      According to India Today's latest issue - Watching Porn has almost become a national pass-time. Blame easy availability, speedy internet and what's more it's free.

      Scary trend if you ask me!

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  51. Brilliantly written Purba. Often when I read your posts, it feels like am reading a well written editorial post of a good newspaper, just lot more entertaining and frank :)

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    1. I am floating in air~~~

      Btw have you shifted to San Francisco for good?

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  52. Check out my cartooon on the same topic. Watching porn in assembly! Now how do you justify that!?

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-z3RVQ88w4jU/T0DiNVlZfTI/AAAAAAAACnE/Lyf78mVIS0g/s1600/mla.jpg

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  53. http://abhyudayatoons.blogspot.in/2012/02/watching-porn-in-assembly.html#!http://abhyudayatoons.blogspot.com/2012/02/watching-porn-in-assembly.html

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  55. I just felt that you are a victim of prejudiced media.Those ministers indeed did a condemnable job but slandering the whole party for it isn't called for.In this case, BJP demanded resignation of these 3 ministers within a single day, unlike any other party.
    i do except a blog from you which has a succinct and incisive scene, description of ANDHRA PRADESH governor, N D TIWARY, who was caught in a sex scandal, which involved 2 women massaging his private parts, that too at age of circa 75. right now, he is a 'STAR' campaigner for CONGRESS in UTTARAKHAND and UP assembly elections. well, i do fathom for this issue not being 'blogged' anywhere because of the meek and meager media coverage. i wish to see some unbiased predilections.
    :)

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  56. BJP post-Vajpeyee has defied expectations by digging through the lowest depths of moral and ideological bankruptcy. This is another glaring example of this.
    A forceful post

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