Epic Stupidity from Shameless Politicians

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    ‘Muhammad Ali was an eminent sportstar of Kerala’: Kerala sports minister

    The social media is having a field day over the faux pas made by Kerala Industry and Sports Minister E.P.Jayarajan in his obituary reference on late boxing legend Muhammad Ali on Saturday.

    Senior CPI-M leader Jayarajan, by virtue of being the new sports minister, when asked by a TV channel for his reaction to the death of Ali started by saying that “he just heard the news that Muhammad Ali passed away in America”.


    He then made a complete mess by saying that, “Ali was an eminent sports personality of Kerala and is one who has won a gold medal thereby raising Kerala’s position in the world.”:shock::pound::hehe:

    As he was going ahead, the TV news anchor acted swiftly to save the minister further embarrassment and cut the audio.

    But now the social media is having a field day over this with trolls going forward in a big way and one comment reading, “had not the anchor intervened, the minister would have announced an ex-gratia payment of Rs five lakhs and a state government job for Ali’s daughter.”

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    http://www.hindustantimes.com/other...ali-s-death/story-vXCZHyiWaEkv26LizqEWUJ.html
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    Waiting for more epic words of awesomeness ..as this guy recently assumed the post of SPORTS MINISTER!!

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    Hope the stupid Class of Political Class continue to humor us with their intelligence.
    Let this discussion act as a repository to keep score and vote them out these disgrace to Darwinian Theory.


    Ever wonder why ministries fail to do their Job....Its because of intelligent ministers like this who get voted into power
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    Kerala CPM Minister Sudhakaran Denigrates Hindu Sanyasis, Praises Christian and Muslim Priests

    It seems that even though Marxists in Bharat espouse communist atheism, the Abrahamic faiths (Chrsitianity and Islam) hold a special position in their hearts. CPM MLA from Ambalappuzha constituency, G Sudhakaran, who is also the minister for public works in the Government of Kerala, recently said that Hindu sanyasis (ascetic) do not wear underwear, while Christian & Muslim priests are ‘decent’.:rofl:

    #Kerala CPM minister says Hindu Sanyasis do not wear underwear, while Christian, Muslim priests are decent. pic.twitter.com/F7ZWVzvamz

    — Jayakrishnan (@savarkar5200) June 6, 2016

    Sudhakaran was in the news recently for breaking the election code by peeping into the polling booth when veteran CPM leader VS Achutanandhan was casting his vote. Were Suhakaran’s remarks alluding to sexual licentiousness? If so, he has conveniently forgotten the various sex scandals involving Muslim and Christian clergy that have hit Kerala in recent years.

    http://www.hindupost.in/news/kerala...du-sanyasis-praises-christian-muslim-priests/

    As usual no other media streams on this news so posting the only one and only news source on this Epic Brin Fart by a Minister.
     
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    Hope they continue their rant and help make this thread attain its honor of a STICKY!! in this forum
     
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    A chauhan "अहिंसा परमो धर्मः धर्म हिंसा तथैव च: l" Senior Member

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    That will help BJP's rise very fast. They have reached 16% and need 16% more to come to power. Whole country shall become congress mukta and communist mukta.
     
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    It shows that the Commies these days are pretty dumb+ The Anti Hindutva Agenda is live and large in the commie propaganda.
     
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    The fallacies of the faithful

    Why are children in Kerala’s Muslim-dominated Kozhikode and Malappuram districts dying of diphtheria? Propaganda by orthodox Muslim community leaders and alternative medicine practitioners that vaccination is un-Islamic is the main cause, reports Rajeev G.R.
    Her years of clinical experience had not prepared her for that damp, rainy night when death lingered in the air inside the operation theatre. As Mohammad Afzaz (14) desperately gasped for air, he told her, “You do the surgery fast, just let me breathe.” The Class IX student, afflicted with diphtheria, died within hours after the surgery on the morning of June 23.

    That he would have been alive if administered with a simple vaccine is not lost on Beena Oommen, Associate Professor, ENT, Government Medical College, Kozhikode, who performed the surgery. She knew she needed to hurry if Afzaz were to have any chance of survival, rushing to perform the operation without all the protective gear for fear of losing time. “I performed the surgery in a few minutes. His airway was clear. And he looked at me with thankful eyes. But the toxins in the body killed the poor boy in six hours,” says Dr. Oommen, recollecting that night, and turning emotional, “Who is responsible for his death? The ignorant parents or those who talk against immunisation?”

    The young doctor who was tasked with certifying Afzaz’s death, Mohammed Niyas, Senior Resident at the hospital, was just as disturbed. In a Facebook post, he wrote angrily: “I cursed all the vaccine hate-mongers in Kerala a thousand times in my mind as I was looking at him, my helplessness hid behind my face mask. I thought of blaming the parents for not vaccinating their child, but soon realised that it was not their fault. We have failed as a society, to educate people about vaccines and expose the anti-vaccine mafia in our State.”

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    A whisper campaign at work

    In Kerala’s Muslim-majority districts of Kozhikode and Malappuram, there are a number of other cases like that of Afzaz. And there is enough anecdotal evidence to suggest that such cases are on the rise, thanks to propaganda that vaccines — which may contain microbes, chemicals, and animal-derived products — are essentially haram, or forbidden by Islamic law. There is a widely shared video clip with a cleric-like figure speaking about the potential harm of vaccines at a public meeting organised by a Muslim organisation for girls in Malappuram in February 2015. “A human being gets all the protection he or she needs in the womb before birth,” he thunders, “Vaccination is simply not required.”



    The view that vaccination as a form of preventive medicine is not compliant with Shariat, the Islamic canonical law, is rarely expressed openly but spoken in whispers. Often, extreme religious orthodoxy dovetails with efforts to promote forms of alternative medicine such as Unani and naturopathy. “Many of the fake Unani and naturopathy practitioners dissuade less-educated people from vaccination. The quacks spread the lie that vaccination destroys the original immunity of the body and once you take modern medicine, homoeopathy and nature cure will not work,” says Ummer Farook V., District Medical Officer, Malappuram.




    [​IMG] Days before Afzaz’s death, Mohammed Ameen from Tanur, Malappuram, had also died of diphtheria in the Government Medical College Hospital, Kozhikode. The acute and highly contagious bacterial disease, one that can be largely curbed by immunisation, started spreading in Malappuram around September last year when two children from a poor family at Vettathur died of it in the hospital. Following the deaths, health officials found in a survey that 1,70,000 children in the 0-16 age group had not been immunised in Malappuram.



    Thomas Bina, head of the Community Medicine Department at the medical college, says cases with symptoms of diphtheria have been coming to the hospital since 2011. Data compiled by the department show that while there were five cases each in 2014 and 2015, the number is 12 and climbing in 2016.



    The short-term objective is to prevent more children from catching diphtheria. But the longer-term concern, say many doctors, is to prevent the propaganda against vaccines from spreading further. It could have implications for a slew of diseases ranging from tetanus to polio to rubella, they fear.



    K.C. Soman, Superintendent of the Government Medical College Hospital in Kozhikode, has just received word from the laboratory that Majidha Farzana (15) is also down with the disease. The doctor says that Afzaz and the boy who died before him had not been given any vaccine shots. Those who were infected and survived had been partially immunised.



    The hospital has been stocking its medicine chest with anti-toxins against diphtheria after long years. A Delhi-based firm produces it only on order, and the process using horse serum has juddered to a start. The doctors in the hospital break the vials, priced at about Rs.1,200 apiece, at the slightest hint of a sore throat turning into something worse.



    From Dr. Soman’s office to Ward No. 43, where patients with infectious diseases are admitted, is a walk past several corridors and a flight of stairs. Ms. Farzana has arrived now and been given a bed in the isolation unit, a long enclosure of aluminium fabrication and glass, inside the ward. The girl’s mother, Oderil Sheeja (40), says she does not know what vaccines have been administered to her daughter. “We are poor. My husband is no more,” she says.



    Outside the cubicle is a line of grimy white iron cots packed close together. On one of them is Mohammed Fayiz, his mother Vahida by his side. He is just out of the isolation unit, after being admitted a day after Afzaz died. From behind his green mask, the only thing infectious about the young boy is his laughter. At 21, Mr. Fayiz, who is awaiting his B.Com. results, is a rare diphtheria patient because the disease usually strikes those aged below the age of 16.



    Dr. Ummer Farook V. says organisations such as the Jamaat-e-Islami have faced accusations of opposing vaccinations in the past. But Sheikh Mohammed Karakkunnu, assistant amir, Jamaat-e-Islami, Kerala, says there is nothing un-Islamic about vaccination. He blames differences between doctors of various systems of medicine for the slack vaccination in many pockets of Malappuram. Homoeopathy and naturopathy doctors are unleashing a campaign against vaccination, he alleges.



    At a press conference in Kozhikode on June 30, the Ethical Medical Forum, the health wing of the Jamaat-e-Islami, demanded that Muslim leaders make clear their stand on diphtheria vaccination. The forum said vested interests were misusing the names of religious leaders to turn the faithful against vaccination. Immunisation is mandatory in all Arab countries, it added.



    Sipping tea after iftar in his house near the Chaliyam ferry, some 30 km from Kozhikode city, T.P. Abdullakoya Madhani, president of the Kerala Nadvathul Mujahideen, an organisation that propagates Islamic beliefs, debunks various theories floated by fundamentalist elements globally, such as vaccination being a Western conspiracy to make Muslims infertile and vaccines being a prime cause of autism. He says Kerala’s Muslims, aware and educated, would never deny their children vaccines. “Anything the government does is viewed with suspicion. When Aadhaar was introduced, many said it was an attempt at profiling. But now almost every Muslim household in the State has Aadhaar cards,” he says.



    In damage-control mode



    Following Afzaz’s death, his parents Abdul Salam and Najimunnissa left Pulikal — 25 km from Kozhikode city — for Beypore, unable to live with the memories of their son in the village where he grew up. From their Pulikal house, against the backdrop of a hill from which rocks have been gouged out, a road leads to the village centre. At the gram panchayat office, panchayat president Shejini V.P., vice-president P.V.A. Jaleel and other members are in a meeting. Three more diphtheria cases were detected in the village on July 3, including of 21-year-old Sajina (21). The panchayat is now organising vaccination camps on a war footing.



    It seems to be working: Afzaz’s classmates, and all students in the school subsequently, have been vaccinated. Mr. Jaleel says a 90-year-old man turned up for a vaccine shot, and a panchayat member who had not vaccinated his three children has done so now — but there are holdouts such as a man who has not vaccinated his children out of his belief that his elder brother’s son turned mentally challenged after being given the shot.



    Soon after the September deaths, a 500-strong group of so-called alternative healers, led by Jacob Wadakkancherry, had marched from the District Collector’s bungalow through Malappuram town, speaking out against vaccination. A few days later, they organised a family meeting of those who have abjured vaccinations. The District Medical Office videotaped both events for taking action, but the “order from the top” was to maintain silence, says Dr. Farook.



    His deputy, Mohammad Ismail, wonders how people in Malappuram, no den of the unlettered with a literacy rate of almost the same as the State average of 94 per cent, can believe in magical cures and alternative therapy in this age. Both doctors are now busy organising immunisation camps. It is not easy work; the district’s population stands at nearly 4.5 million, Kerala’s largest, the area is an expansive 3,550 sq. km, and its immunisation rate as of now is 84 per cent, one percentage point lower than the State average. From September to June, nearly 40,000 people above the age of six had been given the TD (tetanus-diphtheria) vaccine (the diphtheria-pertussis-tetanus vaccine or DPT can be given only up to the age of six). With 1,30,000 children in the 0-16 age group remaining to be vaccinated, fear has built up over the spread of infections.



    The June deaths have amplified the campaign, with Mission Mukthi and Total Immunisation Malappuram being launched. Accompanying the campaign teams are video vans to screen reruns of the late Panakkad Syed Mohammadali Shihab Thangal, who headed the political party Indian Union Muslim League for many years, administering polio drops to children.



    Sunni scholar Khalilul Bukhari Thangal inaugurated a mass immunisation campaign recently. “Community leaders have not taken ownership of immunisation campaigns so far. It’s time they did so. Teachers, activists, everyone should join in,” says Dr. Ismail.



    The stellar role played in it by Muslim religious leaders in Uttar Pradesh has, in a major way, helped India achieve polio-free status. In 2002, when 1,242 of the 1,600 polio cases in the country were from the State, UNICEF took the help of 2,800 religious leaders, 500 madrasas, 2,000 madrasa teachers and principals and 5,788 hajis to dispel misconceptions and myths about the polio vaccine, all of which eventually made U.P. polio-free.



    Geeta M., Additional Professor, Institute of Maternal and Child Health, Kozhikode, says the vaccination rate would go up if women are made decision-makers in families.



    On July 4, Dr. Geeta, as the duty medical officer, was in charge of six diphtheria-affected children. The lab has confirmed three of the cases. The institute, adjoining the medical college, has attended to 12 cases since June.



    The college hospital is perhaps the only one which receives many tetanus patients, another fallout of low immunisation, she says. When un-immunised adults and children reach a critical number, the risk of contagious diseases rises. That perhaps explains why adults are getting diphtheria. That perhaps explains why 90-year-olds are turning up for vaccination shots. Or why even madrassa leaders such as Ustad Hamsa Faizi of Masjid-ul-Huda of Vettathur have taken the vaccine. That is a shot of hope.

    http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/kerala-muslims-and-diphtheria/article8824851.ece
     
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    Muzzies has developed a passion of dying for stupid reasons. They will believe anything said on the name of Islam. I believe that nature has decided to end this evil ideology. Their end is near and within few years they are going to disappear from the map of the earth.
     
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    Well, we need to blame ourselves for electing these assholes!
     
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    agree the only precaution should be by GOI is quarantine so it do not spread and kill others (non-islamist) rest let them rest in peace amen!!
     
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    whr invaders hv been eulogised, heroes binned!!
    "uttar kerala maange azadi!" - as per the account of a lady from Kerala. too many muzzies there, time for islamic state.
     
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    A piece of $hit from Congi leader Manishankar Aiyar.
    http://defenceforumindia.com/forum/threads/modi-is-dragging-india-into-a-us-china-conflict.77003/
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    Time to give them azadi.
    There are so many unislamic and unscared kaffirs in this mortal word.
    These mard e chowmins and khatoon e popkins must be sent back to Allah.:amen:
    Otherwise, they will keep spreading more and more peace with harmonious games like darting in New York (darts were jumbo jets and targets were skyscrapers), hit the duck in Taj Hotel, Mumbai (guns were real and humans were ducks) and most recent is the bowling in Paris (bowling ball was an ice cream truck and 84 humans played the role of skittles).
    What a peace guys!:rolleyes:
    @FRYCRY @Navnit Kundu @rock127
    I was about to be taken away in religion of peace but then, I reminded myself that I'll have to undergo post mortem before meeting my 72 virgins. What would be advantage of that? :pound:
     
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    sorcerer Senior Member Senior Member

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    For these kind..no matter how educated them are...they believe in stupid un scientific reason based on "THE CAUSE" that has caused all the troubles in this world
     
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    Government blames 'ghosts' for farmer suicides in Madhya Pradesh

     
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    LoL, this may be sound dumb but many people believe in such things and if you visit such places, people around will tell you the same tale. What government should do if the narrative is actually superstitious? They can't bring back the dead for psych evaluation :lol:

    Headline might be misleading as government is not BLAMING bhut pret but telling the reason behind suicide.
     
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    Also, like others, Farmers too suicide on different reasons, and the deaths are counted as 'Farmers death'.
     
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    THESE LEFTY SCUMS!!!!!!

    Bharath bandh: Trade union workers block ISRO's central garage in Kerala


    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The 24-hour-long strike called by trade unions to oppose the NDA government's "anti-labour" policies and demand better wages, turned out to be a total shut down in Kerala.

    While public transport service across the state was not operating, private vehicles were seen on the roads.

    Barring the BJP's trade union wing Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS), all other leading unions have joined the strike in Kerala.

    The trade union workers led by former CPI-M legislator V. Sivankutty blocked the main central garage of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Friday morning.

    Not a single vehicle operated to pick up the majority of the 6,000 work force attached to three units here.

    In the past, the ISRO has never allowed such strikes to affect their work as their vehicles move in convoys with gun totting Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) security guards.

    "The ISRO has always threatened people who organise strikes using the gun totting CISF security guards and hence we decided to block the main garage where 260 buses and 400 cars are parked. We will go away the moment the ISRO officials say they declare a holiday," said Sivankutty.

    In Kochi, the police had to intervene after protesters attacked Call Taxi service vehicles which arrived to pick and drop passengers at the railway stations.

    The IT hub -- Infopark Campus -- at Kochi also reported a thin attendance, with many IT professionals finding it tough to arrive in the campus.

    In Thrissur, the police intervened when BMS workers who reported for work at the Apollo Tyres factory in Perambara, were stopped by other union workers.

    In north Kerala, the strike appears to have had an impact as the only place of activity was the Kozhikode railway station.
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...ral-garage-in-Kerala/articleshow/53974263.cms
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    The left nuisance affecting premier organizations of India
     
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    Term 'black money' is racist, should be changed: Members in Rajya Sabha


    The term 'black money' is racist and should be changed, according to members of bitter rivals Trinamool Congress and CPI(M) who raised the issue in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday.

    Participating in a discussion on the Black Money (Undisclosed Foreign Income and Assets) and Imposition of Tax Bill, 2015, Derek O'Brien (TMC) stressed that the term black money should be changed as "dirty money".

    Tracing the history of coining the term 'black money' to Europe several centuries ago, he said, money that appeared in black as it was mixed with copper while minting was called as black money. CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury also underscored that the term black money was "racist" and it should be replaced with some other term.

    http://www.dnaindia.com/india/repor...uld-be-changed-members-in-rajya-sabha-2085512
     
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    Ha ha ha ha .......... :rotflmao:
    Like usa, they are finding racism in everything.
     
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    Shows that THEY HAVE NOTHING ELSE to fap to:rofl::rofl:
     

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