Saturday, May 06, 2006

The worst man

There were three men competing to seewho was the worst one in the world.

The first one attacked a woman,beat her until her teeth fell out

and she bled from her nose and ears.He beat her so savagely thatshe fainted.He turned to the others and said,"I am the worst one of all."

The second man stepped up to rapeher and beat her further untilshe was almost dead.

He turned to the others and said,"No one can be worse than me."

The third one stepped up, smiled coldly,and said, "No, I am theworst one even though I just stood by and watched,because this woman is my sister.
"The woman is Iraq.The first man is Saddam.The second is the West.The third is the world thatstood by and did nothing

Sunday, April 30, 2006

ലീഗ്‌ സ്മരണ

നീയെന്താ അബൂ പള്ളിയില്‍ പോകാത്തേ”………. ബാപ്പ വിതുമ്പുന്നു“എന്തേ?”“ ഓരെന്നെ പള്ളിയില്‍ നിസ്കരിക്കാന്‍ സമ്മതിച്ചില്ല” “അല്ലാന്റെ പൊരയില്‌ ആര്‍ക്കും കേറാല്ലോ മോനേ!”“എന്നെ മാത്രം കേറ്റില്ല”“ഏ”“ ഞാന്‍ ലീഗല്ല”” നീ ലീഗായിക്കോ”“ എനിക്കതാവാന്‍ കഴിയില്ല”
(മുഹമ്മദ്‌ അബ്ദുറഹ്മാന്‍- എന്‍. പി. മുഹമ്മദ്

Friday, April 07, 2006

bush a bucher, go back better

As the hectic efforts are on by the UPA government to give 'red carpet' welcome to the US President George W Bush on his arrival on March 1, the Left parties, the key allies of the government are gearing up to greet Bush with large scale protests and demonstrations across the country.test is test "The left parties along with many other parties, including Janata Dal (S) and Samajwadi Party, would participate in the countrywide protests for three days during the visit of the American President George W Bush," CPI(M) General Secretary Prakash Karat said after inaugurating an 'Anti-Imperialist Film Festival' here......He claimed the national capital would witness the biggest ever demonstration on March 2.Similar agitation programs were planned across state capitals and the different districts across the country, he said.Alleging that Bush was responsible for the killing of over one hundred thousand people in Iraq in the last three years, Karat said the US was spreading a reign of terror and injustice in the Persian Gulf country.Karat said Bush's visit to India was aimed at 'building up pressure' on the government to open insurance, banking and retail sector for American companies."All along we have been emphasizing that India needs to have its own economic and foreign policy. We will never allow our policies to be framed as per the instruction of Bush," he remarked.