Wednesday, November 16, 2011

The Tibetean Flag Controversy

I was quite amazed to learn that the Indian Censor Board has decided to blur the image of the Tibetean flag from  a scene in the soon-to-be released movie "Rockstar." There is no justification for an Indian censor board to do something like this. Is it because China would get offended by it? Well I got news for them. Today China is sheltering the top ULFA leadership which plans and plots acts of terror against India. China is occupying thousand of kilometers of land which actually belongs to India including a part of Pak-Occupied Kashmir. China has supplied nuclear material to Pakistan and fathered the entire India-centric nuclear program of that hostile neighbour. Yet, we seek to appease this same China that wishes only the worst for our great nation. It's a country which does not belong in democracy or freedom and is killling innocent Tibeteans who had lived peacefully for generations before the Chinese invasion of their beautiful homeland. I say show the Tibetean flag in the movie and let's prepare ourselves for war with this tyrannical, evil country.

9 comments :

Vivek Pereira said...

My colleagues went to see Rockstar yesterday and many of them liked it.

Vivek Pereira said...

Hey guys I invite you to send in your feedbacks and comments as the blogathon is not yet over.

Anonymous said...

Will do as requested, saab.

Cheryl Coal said...

Rockstar doesn't sound very Indian, does it? Anyways, I'll try and see if I can download it from the net.

Anonymous said...

So long time no posts?...Dave

Anonymous said...

Those damned China lovers!!!

dorothy p said...

I agree with all that must be said or written.

Vivek Pereira said...

Ha Ha. That's a neat one.

Cheryl Coal said...

It’s quite amazing that in a book of sixty pages you have a list of poems (about twenty in number), a couple of short stories and essays that take on fascists, dictators, terrorists, Maoists and communal forces. In your book “Rose Gardens and Minefields”, you have written about Indian history, the menace of terrorism, the horror of the Naxalite movement, the current sports scene in India, the nuclear issue, secularism, the hostile acts of regional parties in Mumbai, and lots more. Your book certainly rocks and so do you!!!!!