Why Harbhajan cannot be racist?

7 Jan

Oh, Indians probably would be the most discriminating people in the world. But the discrimination that Indians indulge in is very different from what is perceived or assumed as discrimination world over.

We can discriminate over anything – language, color, caste, religion, looks, social status – and everything.

But you would say that is same the world over. So why is Harbhajan not a racist?

Simple, our taunts and comments are blunt and straight forward. We do not have the subtleties to insinuate or have vague innuendos to convey our bigotry.

South Indian – madrasi
Black – Kalu

And so and so forth.

And I don’t think Bhajji given his education level and his assumed intelligence (QED) would have any clue about the aborigines of Australia and monkey being a slur for racism.

He probably could have called him a monkey (though I would assume that the repertoire of Bhajji to be more colorful and impactful and given a reason he would prefer to use the right adjective than a sissy Monkey) and he would have meant just that monkey. Nothing more. Nothing less.

The ban on Bhajji just proves that Australian team is a bunch of chutiyas (translation so that is no ambiguity… Motherfuckers) and the match refree a gandu (asshole) and BCCI by continuing the tour , the biggest hijras (eunuchs).

I would recommend for the next match Indian opens the bowling with Dravid and batting with RP Singh.

And Left arm bowlers to bowl with right hand and the right hand batsmen to bat left hand.

Play this mockery of a tour in the same spirit.

After all it’s a gentleman’s game.

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5 Responses to “Why Harbhajan cannot be racist?”

  1. Manoj Jacob January 7, 2008 at 3:04 pm #

    is calling symonds a monkey a bigger offense than cheating on a cricket field? and then pretending to be the upholders of honesty?

    anyway, many on the aussie team do behave like an uncivilised bunch of banana eaters.

  2. Manoj Jacob January 7, 2008 at 3:06 pm #

    the aussies must be learning hindi!

  3. Idle Thoughts January 7, 2008 at 5:16 pm #

    amen to that.

  4. Idle Thoughts January 8, 2008 at 12:51 am #

    india will opt out.

    india will not opt out.

    opting out of the series would spoil our relationship with australia.

    actually the only point that sharad pawar & co are considering is the fact that they are going to lose big money if they do opt out.

    what these megalomaniac (i hope the spelling is right) pencil pushers don’t understand is that the bcci is going to lose much more money when the indian public loses interest in cricket.

    hey! if indians don’t watch cricket even the australians will lose money.

    why? because more than 65% of the money in world cricket (a piece of statistics i read somewhere and like all statistics can be wrong)comes from the pockets of the indian television audience.

    so the australians should remember that it is we indians who are paying for their cool shades and symmonds’ reggae hair style.

    and uncle tom, mr. bucknor – your sunscreen. we are paying for that too.

    and we don’t give a fuck if we spoil relationships with your board.

  5. all that matters... January 15, 2008 at 12:06 pm #

    I agree… I seriously do not think Bhajji had any clue that by calling Symmonds a monkey he would be labelled a racist… Don’t think he even has a clue now why is he termed so 🙂

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