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So, they love neo-Nazis and hate Gandhi.


So much for the true mettle of some so-called ‘conservatives’.

Why do we still use such antiquated terms?

Is the KKK, perchance, ‘conservative’?

Or are there more choice terns?

I can think of a few, and I am no political pundit.

Like I said, nice going.


Reject Gandhi today.

And, why not?, Jesus tomorrow.

It would seem to follow.

But it should really occasion no surprise.

Christianity’ is become, amongst some, as phony a cover for its exact opposite, as ‘liberalism’ is today.

It is all egregiously Orwellian.

Religion goes, as politics does: all is corruption, much is sheer depravity.

Fortunately, the world at large is not gulled by any of this.

That era is over.

For good.


So , let it go on.

Arrest peace-makers and tread on the meek , the poor, the homeless ( for, in this neck of the woods, it is the 1% that inherit the earth).

And spend more on arms and WMD’s than the next half a dozen countries taken together, whilst screeching (did I mean preaching?) ‘human rights’ all the while.


But why bring Gandhi into this, in the first instance?

To echo another idiom: Let’s not take His name in vain.

He deserves better.

Nay, a whole lot better.

Purveyors of bigotry and hatred must have some local talent to pick on, surely?

[© R.Kanth 2022]


Professor Rajani Kanth, is Author of Coda (Novel) , A Day in the Life (Novel), and Expiations (Verse)

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