New class of WMD

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    RPK Indyakudimahan Senior Member

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    Upon watching movie Veerasamy, many audiences were found dead in cineplexes in Chennai and Madurai. As the days went by, more and more people were falling ill and dying. Post-mortem reports confirmed that this was due to shock which was a result of watching the marvellous actions of T. Rajendar. The Tamil Nadu government immediately banned the movie. Upon hearing this, the Government of India declared both the movie and T. Rajendar as weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and placed them under the control of the Nuclear Command Authority of India. It has been classified as a new class of WMD, called Media WMD, leaving behind India’s traditional arsenal of Chemical, Biological and Nuclear WMDs. Pakistani pressure on the US however has created a situation where the US is pressurizing India to sign a new Media Weapon Convention agreement meant to eliminate its media weapons (T. Rajendar and all his movies); along the lines of the CWC treaty that India’s currently implementing to eliminate its Chemical Weapon stockpile. Although a proponent of Chemical and Nuclear weapon reduction / elimination, India is unable to fulfil this treaty because it is against the Constitution of India. Under the constitution, each person has the right to live freely within India, as long as he/she obeys the laws of the land. As such, the government cannot arrest / eliminate T. Rajendar as there is currently no law in India, or anywhere else in the world with regards to Media weapons. While India can ban / destroy T. Rajendar’s movies, they cannot eliminate him, which may cause the whole of Tamil Nadu to go up in arms. In the mean time, Pakistan is relocating troops to the India border to counter this new threat, while China is increasingly crossing the India-China border to try to steal the secrets of Media Weaponary from India. He has already received offers from Pakistan, China, Russia and USA but won’t budge as he is a proud Tamilian, and will probably only share this technology, apart from India, with LTTE.

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    film Roja was recently re-released for international audiences in light of the growing fear of terrorist attacks across the world. This film was so popular during that time, that terrorists in Kashmir, got a copy of the movie in Tamil.

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