Tuesday, April 28, 2009


The Indian government is going to ban blogspot.com for "Security Reasons". Those being that terrorists use blogspot to communicate with each other.
Taking this a step forward, I believe the government is also going to ban:
  • emails
  • fixed line phones (Landlines)
  • cell phone services
  • courier services
  • The Indian Postal Service
  • messenger services (Gtalk, Y! Messenger, AIM, MSN Messenger etc.)
because all the above items are communication media.

Taking this another step further, the next items that will soon be banned are:

  • cars
  • buses
  • flights
  • air
  • water
  • food
  • petrol
  • currency notes
  • slippers/shoes
  • clothes
  • toothbrushes, knives, and other items of daily use,
because the terrorists have used, use, and will use these products.
Friends, now is the time. Please suggest the above list to your legislator and make sure you play your part well in this joke we call a democracy.

p.s. The above post is based on an article that was a hoax. However, just imagine a scenario like that.


Divya said...

Guess its because of the 'Joke caleed Democracy' that none of these are banned and you still here blogging :) and the second list can never go, thats the essence of domovracy, to voice our opinion we need a stage to voice our opinions, and blogspot just seems to have added avenues for us. Thanks for bringing it to the notice of all though :)

Abhishek Joshi said...

Divya, who said there's Democracy in India? We live in the world's most peaceful and organized anarchy, that's all!

Divya said...

haha, u either hate your country or love it way too much to be able to see it like this. Hoping its the latter! In that case you really should be the next common man being featured in the Tata Tea commercial :)
Good Luck and hope you able to create a movement with your words, because without a whip nothing changing in this counrty!

Abhishek Joshi said...

The latter, of course! Let them take my interview, they'll sure get some bright ideas! hehe

Abhishek Saha said...

Dude, its a 2.5 yr old news. Check up the dates yaar!

Memandella said...

Dont think its really about the news here. (Cz he himself mentions its a hoax). It's more about perceptions, and guess he succeeds in making his point her.