Thursday, October 2, 2014

Mass-Produced People

People are mass-produced like products are today -- shallow, selfish, no personality, want same things, same jobs, same partners, same lives.

When people = things, living = nonliving, value of life = 0

When you mass produce people like you do things, they become cheap and worthless.

When value of life = 0, you get hypocrisy, deceit, filth, exploitation, inequality, molestation, rape.

You know which country has all this.

Of course you don't like or agree with me. You're programmed like everyone else to like or agree with only a certain kind of person.

Apple products work only with Apple parts, Microsoft only with Microsoft software.
Mass-produced people like and agree with only other mass-produced people that they're programmed to like or agree with.

What's more is that the mass production has become so advanced that there's a built-in blind spot that prevents mass-produced people from realizing that they're mass produced. Even better is the latest add-on which tells them they're all unique, free and innovative when in reality all they are is shallow, selfish, bland, deceitful and exploitative.

And in case you don't know the assembly line factories for human beings are the TV, Internet, Schools, Universities, etc. -- all brain-washing institutions of mass production. The only way to stop it is to stop mass-producing human beings. When people are mass produced they can't afford special care - only cheap care - and that comes from the cheap assembly line factories where they'll inevitably go to in order to survive.

Friday, September 26, 2014

Got to Mars, Still Pretty Stupid

Just read this article about why Western criticism to India's Mars mission is blatant racism here.

How is it racist to point out poverty?

More importantly and obviously it's the very racism Indians show to each other that's behind the Mars mission. The fact that the author says that an Indian is proud of the mission and only an 'Indian' can understand that pride.

Well, that's very true. Only an Indian is so cold hearted that he can feel proud or celebrate the fact that they reached Mars while the millions of poor and dying are not even a priority. Heck, they do it every day. They build the most expensive houses, drive the most expensive cars, live in the most expensive homes and celebrate hundreds of festivals right NEXT TO starving, dying, millions. The poor are not a priority, they never were and they never will be. That is what it means to be an Indian. To be the most cold hearted, selfish, conscience-less creature in nature.

If India didn't go to Mars it would have been a surprise, not if it did go.

And then the gall to say that others are racist to point it out. And there's the stupidity of the average Indian.

He goes on to imply that India doesn't really need all the "do-gooder" $300m yearly British aid but will still sheepishly take it any way. And that The Guardian makes a thinly veiled threat to discontinue it.

I don't even know where to begin. The fact that you shamelessly take the aid or the fact that I can add ingratitude to your list of ubiquitous, glowing Indian qualities.

The author misses the point entirely, lists out reasons why India needs a Space Program. It's not why India needs a Space Program. It's - If you can go to Mars, you can handle the poverty in your country. But you won't handle the poverty because:

1) Don't give a shit
2) Free foreign aid
3) Sadism & Egotism

From the way he speaks I doubt the author will ever change or try to get a handle on the above because this is Indian culture. Looking down on others and taking advantage of the unfortunate, not helping them or treating them as equals, ever.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Stupidity AND Arrogance

Decided to go to Haiku Honda service because the tyre became flat within 24 hrs of filling it.

Service guy arrogant as usual.

Tried to increase my charges by saying clutch lining needs to be replaced. I said no because they changed some clutch related thing last time and the vehicle became worse.

Maybe it needed to be replaced but my past experience overrules whatever lies (or possibly truth) I was hearing.

Still added clutch service charges extra to the bill in addition to normal service charge.

Thought he was a smarter than me and had to prove it by cheating me.

I paid, especially after the lady who was speaking to a customer in english changed to kannada to speak to me, obviously for her English is a high class language and I don't look high class to her.

Then the other bill person who was a man:

I ask, “Is this clutch charge part of service charge?”

"Part of and separate."

I ask again, “Part of or separate?”

This time he raises his voice, “Part of but separate, sir!”

I say, “Part of AND separate?”

He again shouts, “Part of but separate, sir!”

Stupidity AND Arrogance.

Cockiness that they can cheat me and that I can't do anything about it.

Typical Indian.

I doubt he would talk that way or even try to cheat the tall, fair, obviously overprivileged compared to me, customer before me.

In fact that guy even seemed to be having a decent conversation with the lady.

With these thoughts whittling about in my head I said, “OK, I'll pay”

Can't think of any way I can avoid coming here....

Finally I tweeted:

Can't get over how crooked, classist and partial the Honda service people were today. #Indians
Always dread these visits.

Saturday, May 10, 2014

One Billion Beds

A place where you can go to when life falls apart. A place where you're always welcome.

Consider a huge shed with one billion beds. Outside is another shed with one billion toilet stalls.

To get in all you have to do is register with your thumb on an electronic thumb reader which will record and recognize you next time.

3163 x 3163 = 1 billion bed matrix

92 square kilometers for each shed.

Friday, May 9, 2014

Do You Deserve A Perfect World?

Banning birth into poverty. 

It's been ten years since my original idea in 2003 which went something like, "Require financial capability for parenthood by law."

Then it became, "Basic financial capability must be a legal requirement for parenthood" around 2006.

And now it's simply, "Ban Birth Into Poverty".

All the while hoping that I would get supporters if I made it simpler. Didn't really work.

I wonder, does anybody care?

Does anyone understand that being born into poverty is the evil from which all other evils spring?

Of course you do.

You act like you don't.

Because you really don't care about anything other than yourself.

Do you deserve a perfect world?

Of course not.

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Healthy Onion Rings Snack

1 big onion
3 tablespoons chilli tomato sauce
3 tablespoons probiotic yoghurt
1 tablespoon oregano
1 tablespoon black pepper

Peel and slice the onion thinly. Pour the sauce and yoghurt side by side in a tiny plastic bowl. Top with onion rings, oregano and black pepper.

Friday, January 3, 2014

My Tasty Magic Health Food

Serves 1

½ slightly ripening raw mango
2 tablespoons sambar powder
1 teaspoon tamarind paste
¼ cup water
1 big bun

Cut raw mango into medium-sized pieces with skin. Mix all ingredients except buns in a deep glass bowl. Microwave on medium for 2½ minutes or till mango becomes squishy. Break buns into very small pieces and mix thoroughly. Microwave on medium for 1 minute. Mix once and serve.

Note: You can use any masala mix instead of sambar powder and noodles or macaroni instead of buns. You can also add a handful of chopped bitter gourd and onion with the raw mango for more health benefits.