Monday, July 8, 2019

Arfa Khanum Sherwani represents the 'gutter' that P.V. Narasimha Rao invoked in his chat with Arif Mohammad Khan


Arfa Khanum Sherwani comes straight out of the 'gutter' that P.V. Narasimha Rao invoked in his chat with his ministerial colleague Arif Muhammad Khan in 1986 in the wake of the situation arising out of Rajiv Gandhi government getting Parliament to countermand Supreme Court in Shah Bano case.

Her agenda-peddling 'journalism' and bigoted, hate-filled views tell you why 20 crore Indians stand little chance of escaping that stinking gutter. 

Sherwani gives another demonstration of her bigotry and perverse agenda in this interview with Arif Muhammad Khan -- and manages to get her blinkered worldview thoroughly trashed!

This interview is also remarkable for the great insights into the evil ways of the death cult of which India has been the global hub for about 150 years.

(Cock your ears for what Arif Muhammad Khan tells you as to what Dar-ul-Uloom Deoband has been teaching the enslaved boys in thousands of madrasas it controls in India -- and how those zombies then poison the minds of the 20 crore inhabitants of the 'gutter' from the pulpits of the mosques.)

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PS. The following people should figure in any list of top hatemongers and bigots (not necessarily in the order in which their names occur here) who spew pure venom -- of quite 'Abrahamic' kind -- against Bharatiyata (i.e. Indic cultural matrix). And most of them seem to enjoy the run of the place.

1. Kavita Krishnan

2. Hartosh Singh Bal

3. Harsh Mander

4. Aditya Menon

5. Apoorvanand

6. Arundhati Roy

7. Siddharth Varadarajan

8. Rana Ayyub

9. Pratik Sinha

10. Urmilesh Singh (@UrmileshJ)

11. Kancha Ilaiah

12. Nivedita menon

13. Arfa Khanum Sherwani

14. Jyoti Punwani

15. Garga Chatterjee (@GargaC)

16. A.G. Noorani

17. Ashok Swain

18. Anand Patwardhan

19. Angana Chatterji


21. Shabnam Hashmi

22. Audrey Truschke

23. John Dayal

24. Ashis Nandy

25. Anand Teltumbde

26. Ravi Nair

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