Thursday, October 02, 2008

A Wednesday on a thursday..

No, no, it's not about a day but about the thoughts after watching a movie called "A Wednesday". No, it's not a critique about this movie but about the message it was trying to pass. A message to those who thinks that they can kill us at their will and spread their claws of terror to every nook and corner of our country. It's to tell them that yes, we the common people are angry, we really want to retaliate and take revenge for those mindless attacks on us. These cowards, so called terrorists don't even have the guts to come out in the open for a fight. All they can do is to hide behind their veils and plant a bomb in a public place killing the innocent common man. They don't think for a second time when they commit such heinous crimes. They don't have any heart for humanity and they are not someone who can be called humans. Then why should not they be punished whenever they are caught? Why should not they be shown the path to the gallows? Why it takes so much of time to punish these buggers after they are caught? The judgement should be swift and punishment should be severe. Why these human rights and their cohorts make noise when some terrorists are killed by our armed forces? Why why why? I think they are not even humans to have human rights.

The protagonist in the movie raised a question, a question to all of us, if a cockroach enters our houses what do we do to them ? Do we give them shelter or kill them? Yes, we all Indians need to think that way, either be it a Policeman or someone from the decision makes or the common people. Are we going to just sit back and watch those cockroaches spoiling our lovely home, our motherland under our nose? And NO, please don't bring religion here, none of the religions teach us to take up arms. Terrorists doesn't have religion, the only religion they follow is of terrorism. This is just twisted version of those few monsters who have sold their souls, to something called terrorism.

Afterthoughts: It's really ironic that these thoughts are coming on a day of non-violence (2nd Oct) but I feel non-violence works with people who have lil' bit of humanity or civilization left in them. Not with barbarians who have long gone down from the level of humans long back to that of demons.

1 comment:

junkie said...

nice...!..yea i know something has to be done. I felt the movie was more of a satire. I can't conceive of anyone actually doing what Naseeruddin Shah did. But the question is, if we dont then who will. If more and more poeple are willing to do something about it..then who knows we might find a way