Karthik S wrote:
UlanBatori wrote:Day 22. Situation NAAAAAAAAAAAAARmal
Too early to celebrate saar. Am sure anger is building up in everyone there. Wasn't there news of killing a truck driver by stone pelters who assumed the driver to be from the army.
We celebrate when we can. This is by far the most bissfool summer that CashMore has experienced since 780CE.
Yes, the bissful will want to exercise their long-suppressed throwing arms - but the numbers of star fielders are being reduced (I hope!) with Arunachal Express running regular service thrice daily, with Amit's Friendly Couriers filling the train on the return trip.
The message is being driven home: wanna throw stones? Stay inside your micro-pakistan. Come out and never return. These areas should be driven to slum-ness, and encroached by bulldozing offenders' homes and taking the land through punitive monetary awards to injured policemen/ vehicle-owners. Totally legal. In any case where stone-throwers confess to being incited, the punitive awards should reach out to the ORGANIZATIONS of the inciters, like what happened to Ku Klux Klan in Al Obama. Their HQ building is now the HQ of the Southern Poverty Law Center who drove the lawsuit home and got the judgements enforced - I think the case was the lynching of a US Army soldier who was home on leave. Think about that:
Kashmir Center for National Integration, Building Donated By Generous (involuntary) Benevolence of Lashkar-e-Toiba, KV branch
In the long term, this is the only way to beat the Violence Strategy that seems unbeatable in India in overthrowing governments (Protest march, stone-throwing to incite tear gas, more stone-throwing to force lathi-charge, pictures of bleeding and hospitalized Innocents, more protests someone fires at polis, 10 Innocents killed in Police Firing, massive Funeral Procession with protests.... govt falls. In CashMore, International Condomnashun.
Sue the rioters and track down the leaders who incited. Drive their organizations broke. Invite Sitaram Yechury to watch the re-dedication of the reconstructed village, as a lesson for Malloostan.