Saturday, October 07, 2006

Superficial Idiots - I

It is amazing right. A judge listens to arguments, evidences and counter arguments from leading lawyers in the country. Makes careful deliberation and prepares a N page report elucidating his rationale and then delivers a judgement recommending death penalty for Mohd. Afzal. Forget corruption, forget agendas and all the usual error factors involved in judgements being delivered.
Some idiots, who (a) have no clue what the evidences are, (b) no clue what the arguments were based on, (c) have never read the judgement and (d) do not know the rationale behind the judge's decision - actually get to talk about the judgement and whats more - disagree with it. Their only 'qualification' to do all this nonsense is a celebrity status (somebody ought to ask Arundhati Roy - which part of the judgement report she disagrees with) or a blogger account username and password and they can talk about any complex judgements delivered by high courts and supreme courts. These idiots draw some vague arguments in the air and dance around like monkeys using words like 'human rights' and some other stupid cliched 'values' and act all moral. Disgusting.
The judge should have added one more page to his report which brings in a requirement that only people who cross some logical threshold ( greater than plant life) should talk about this judgement. I would seriously consider amending our 'Freedom of Speech' and put an 'Idiot clause' to it.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Point is that it seems the indian media circus believes celibrety has more credibility and sells the idea better then common man.- Harshal

Deepa said...

I like anybody that hates Arundhati. She is a super-moron. I can never forget her piece in Outlook magazine in 1998 (post-Pokhran).

Sachita(india) said...

exactly....... !
Arundathi roy writes one book and receives truckloads of money. Then for the rest of her life, does activities to remain in limelight. And everytime she never fails to take a stand against India everytime!!!!!!!!

I think I will take a knife, stab her and make her say I should not get death penalty as it would be a human rights violation.

Btw, the story behind lighting strikes everday is hilarious:) sad but still is hilarious.

Sudipta Chatterjee said...

Why, why is it that every time everybody's favourite punching practice pack India tries to take a strong stand against these terrorists that some bloody 'celebrity' suddenly wakes up to see a human rights violation?

Anonymous said...

unfortunately, "people" have "opinions", even if they are in no position to have one. its true not just in this situation, but in most situations.

SR

I said...

yeah seriously, I favor a constitutional amendment imposing a threshold sense factor. Thangala ba.

Jace said...

There were riots in Kashmir over the issue. I'm not familiar wih the particulars of the case, but when common people take to rioting, that definitely merits more consideration than if mere celebrities spoke up.

sriki123 said...

only 'superficial' ???? ....

i have seen people who have an in depth expertise in being idiotic...and the common thing among the people u r talking and i am talking is that these people hold high positions

Sara said...

Thats how the world is supposed to be..I tell you, it would one hell of hell of a boring dumb world filled lacklustre without dumb thought.. Looking for a testimony ???. Neither would i be commenting nor you posting if this world is void of insanity..