India's Union minister Giriraj Singh seldom speaks sense. His foot-in-the-mouth reputation rose before 2014 parliamentary elections when he boldly announced that all those who did not vote for Narendra Modi should go to Pakistan. In the event 69% of Indian voters voted against Narendra Modi; Mr. Modi became the Prime Minister by a "wave" among 31% Indians. None … Continue reading INDIA MY COUNTRY – THE SIGNPOST FOR APARTHEID.
George Frierson, a black Attorney in the United States, would go home and thank the Lord today. Seventy years ago, on June 16, 1944, a fourteen year old black boy named George Stinney, too thin and too short for the electric chair, was made to sit atop a phone book, his feet two thin for the … Continue reading OH, TO BE BLACK IN AMERICA!
I knew two friends who were somewhat different in their physical and mental makeup than what I thought to be masculine. The first guy was a school mate, a neighbour, and the brother of my classmate. I will call him Soman. As we grew up, Soman became somewhat emotionally – certainly not physically - dependent … Continue reading MY TRYST WITH LGBT AND HOLY SHITS
Dr. Peter Hammond converted to Christ" in 1977. What was he before? A pagan? He hasn't changed much then. His sermon of hate cannot have been inspired by the one on the Mount. The false witness he bears violates God's Ten commandments. Read on..
It was the very first day that my wife was admitted to the Ladies Club of our "Gated Community". She was thrilled that she was able to edge her way into the elite club as a member without being rich and even without having much gold to flaunt. To her good fortune, or so she … Continue reading Three Venerable Ones and a diarrhea
PART I : THE FIRST TWENTY FIVE SHADES Two white policemen hold guns over a rabid chimpanzee, his blood squirting all over the street. "They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill," reads the caption. That is a cartoon that came in print on page 12, New York Post, owned by … Continue reading FIFTY SHADES OF PREJUDICE
On 21st April, 2009, APJ Abdul Kalam, the President of India less than a couple of years earlier, went to board the Continental Airlines flight to New York. Nobody tells you why he was going, and where. Nobody in India, least of all those in the Government knew, nor cared. President Kalam was going to … Continue reading MY NAME IS KALAM-KHAN