August 18, 2008fictionIndiaJammu & KashmirLeftistmediamedia whorePublic PolicyRoyterrorist

The Roy of representation

People don’t need anyone to represent them…but she’s not just anyone

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

But you know that Suzanna Arundhati Roy, a writer of fiction, and a rebel of every cause, is anti-national, apologist, sympathiser and champion of armed struggle and all that.

But did you know that she suffers from multiple irony deficiency disorder too? She attends one big rally in Srinagar and declares that People don’t need anyone to represent them; they are representing themselves.” And then she declares, presumably speaking for all Indian citizens India needs azadi from Kashmir as much as Kashmir needs azadi from India.”

So since the good people of India don’t come out on the streets and represent themselves, choosing to deviously exercise their right to vote instead, they have to thank Mrs Roy for representing them.

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