Mumbai: Modi-led BJP government had banned beef in Maharashtra, Haryana and Jammu-Kashmir. Intellectuals, liberals and animal rights activists have raised voice against this ban and had been arguing that beef had been the staple food of poor minorities and the Hindutva government is making them suffer.
In an another unrelated news, Kerala government had been busy culling dogs. The same animal rights activists had now found the reason for their name and sprung into action, calling Kerala government not to kill dogs and to save them all.
But, Internet Hindus aka fascist Sanghis claim that this doublespeak by Intellectuals and Animal rights activist reeks of hypocrisy.
We met famous animal rights activist Kunal Khanna. He gave a tight slap to those Bhakts, “Well, do they know the meaning of hypocrisy? Can they even spell it out? Retards! Don’t they know that dogs are animals. Dog is a man’s best friend. People who gave English to us and who were the epitome of civilization believed that dogs are the best thing that ever happened to men. How come these third world fascists know of that? They equate dogs with cow. What does a cow give? Milk? Dung? Sound? But a dog gives you its life.”
When we reminded him that cows are also animals, he replied back with a smirk on his face, “Do you really think cow is an animal? Who taught you so? These Sanghis have even infiltrated kindergarten and is forcing young kids to write about Cow. They usually start teaching English writing with ‘Cow is an animal’. But the reality is, Cow is not an animal. Cows are birds. Now tell me, how can a bird have animal rights? Dogs are animals and that is why we protest for dogs. Since cows are not animals, how can we, animal rights activists, fight for it? Think!”
“These saffron terrorists are an incorrigible bunch of people. I saw cows fly just now and they are birds, but they had brainwashed every other Indian kid that Cow is an animal. Holy Cow! You have Buffalo Wings in US and here they say cows can’t fly”, growled Kunal.
Before leaving, we just asked him to spell the word ‘hypocrisy’. He spelled it out as ‘H-i-p-p-o-c-r-y-s-e-a’. When we told him that he spelt it wrong, he laughed and said, “That is your saffronised English. What I said is the proper English, you retard Bhakt!”