BREAKING NEWS! PM Modi says India can never forget 26/11 Mumbai terror attack.
Thursday, November 26, 2020
TERRORISM & 26/11
Oxford English Dictionary defines terrorism as - A system of terror; Government by intimidation; A policy intended to strike with terror those against whom it is adopted; the employment of methods of intimidation; the fact of terrorizing or condition of being terrorized.
First install barricades, throw in large stones, huge concrete blocks – tied with large chains, put barbed wires on the barricades, throw a large pile of mud behind the barricades, park trucks and other large vehicles on bridges to block the paths.
Then when they come closer – start with water canons (it helps that it is freezing cold and they have already spent a night on the roads), and follow it up with tear gas (oh it dearly helps… what with the elderly, especially all those Matas in their 80s and 90s… we love them in Bhartavarsh… the Maas and Matas).
What? They still keep coming! Why we have the police in riot gear, backed by all sorts of other forces. Bal Prayog! Ah.. that’s but a way we ensure our citizens stay obedient.
The DC and SP get the press together. We have video recording of who all broke the barricades, we have seen who were violent. Appropriate action against will be taken against them. What did you say? Ah! the state is never violent. What? Canons and tear gas?
Even the threats didn’t strike ‘terror’ in their determination to march on?
The state smiles.
How far can they go? The same set-up awaits ten kms down the road.
We will break them. One by one.
What? It is 26/11?
Yes, India stands united against all forms of terror.
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