Friday, November 28, 2008


I am not a believer is Gandhigiri. But I do believe that 'An eye of an eye makes the whole world blind'. I am more of an extremist, I look up to Azad, Bhagat Singh, who died in a meaningful battle, to free their homeland from the occupiers. But I do not get the point of the recent 'extremists' who seem to fight for nothing but to spread fear in the world they live in.
This was in the offing but the current state in Mumbai just acted as a catalyst. I will not go as far as to condemn anyone, but whatever do you get by taking innocent tourists into hostage, without any demands? Does god send people to heaven for such criminal acts? Is this what you call as a 'Holy War'? There can be no 'heaven' waiting for people who take 135+ lives, whatever religion they may follow.
Our government looks to have taken a very soft stand on terror. After 9/11 in the US of A, there has been no major acts of terrorism. That's what we call learning through experience. But we, the very hospitable citizens of India, are planning to give a pardon to a guy, who attacked our parliament, and hence the heart of the whole country. The government needs give powers to the ATS, instead of playing vote-bank politics just to please the minorities.
Sometimes I dream of all this ending, living in a peaceful world, where everyone respects each other, and most importantly, let them live their life.

As the 'Stairway to Heaven' says,

And its whispered that soon, if we all call the tune,
Then the piper will lead us to reason.
And a new day will dawn, for those who stand long,
And the forests will echo with laughter.

I hope.


Vinay Hegde said...

Does god send people to heaven for such criminal acts?
Hmmm.. According to the Indian Army, "Forgiving a terrorist is left to God. But, fixing their appointment with God is our responsibility" :)

My favourite few lines from Zeppelin!
I hope. I hope too Chait, I hope too..

idream said...

was going to write a post on this issue but didnt have the mood.theirs is not religion, its some twisted ideology.and pardon is out of the question. they dont deserve quick death like they got now. i may sound cruel, but they should die from torture like the Cruciatus curse. seeing their plight, noone should have the courage to repeat this heinous act....parting words-MAY THEY ROT IN HELL!!!

Chaitanya said...

@ Vinay
Hahaha. I hope they fix the appointments of these trouble-makers soon, so god can have a lot of work to do.

OMG that's cruel. Cruel cruel cruel. I don't want them to die cruel deaths, I just want them to stop what they are doing, so that there peace in the world from now on atleast. I guess its too much to ask for :|

TONIGHT WE DINE IN HELL!!11! Just watched 300, sorry.

idream said...

well i personnaly think for that longlasting peace this lil bit of cruelty is else do u drive the point home??

Akshata said...

An genuinely expressive piece about Mumbai blasts. We want more from you..and often! :)