Maturity

Maturity is not
When we start speaking big things

It is
When we start understanding small things

Advertisements

Anti-Islam to Soldier of Islam

Born in Bulle, Canton of Fribourg, Switzerland, a well-known politician, Daniel Streich was member of the Swiss People’s Party (SVP) and a well-known politician, being founding member and president of the Gruyères section of the party from 2003 to 2007. He was a devout Catholic and used to attend Church regularly.

Daniel Streich was the first man who had launched a drive for imposition of ban on mosques minarets, and to lock the mosques in Switzerland. He propagated his anti-Islamic movement far and wide in the country, sowed seeds of indignation and scorn for Islam among the people, and paved way for public opinion against pulpits and minarets of mosques.

He resigned from his presidency in June 2007 citing his discomfort with certain “extremist” positions of the party, especially the campaign to ban nationwide the construction of new minarets stating that he had “many Muslim friends”. Later Daniel Streich left the Swiss People’s Party (SVP) in protest against their campaign for the impending referendum of 29 November 2009.

The proclamation of his conversion to Islam, which he made public in early November, 2009, created furor in Swiss politics, besides causing a tremor for those who supported ban on construction of mosques minarets. One of his given explanations on this conversion is that this newly discovered religion offered him “logical answers to important life questions”.

Daniel Streich’s case was reported by the most read daily newspaper in Switzerland – 20 Minuten on 23 November, 2009 and the story was picked up by the tabloid newspaper Blick on the following day.

Now Daniel Streich has become a soldier of Islam and is ashamed of his doings. He desires to construct the most beautiful mosque of Europe in Switzerland.

Husband or Wife ?

A friend sent me the following

Last night I was sitting in the living room, talking to my wife about life
In-between, we talked about the idea of living or dying.

I told her, “Never let me live in a vegetative state, totally dependent on machines and liquids from a bottle. If you see me in that state, I want you to disconnect all the contraptions that are keeping me alive, I’d much rather die”.

My wife got up from the sofa with real look of admiration towards me and proceeded to disconnect the TV, the Cable, the Dish, the DVD, the Computer, the Cell Phone, the iPod, and the Xbox, and then went to the bar and threw away all my whisky, rum, gin, vodka & the beer from the fridge

I ALMOST DIED!!

Morals:

1. Think about what you wish for
2. The female brain works on a different wavelength from the males

Blogger’s Comment

It is not the female but men also differ.
In my opinion, the husband had limited thinking while the wife had the full view of life.
So, she did the right thing

3. Gandhi won freedom peacefully ???

Part-1, Mentality and Struggle and Part-2, Martin L King & Gandhi can be read by clicking on the topics

The claim that Gandhi won freedom for India peacefully without shedding a drop of blood is the biggest fabricated lie of the 20th century.

Up to the start of World War II, the British government categorically rejected the demand for the independence of India in the immediate future. However, the situation changed dramatically after the war. The war was so devastating to the British power that their government found it impossible to build the infra structure and economy of the homeland while coping with the growing national liberation movements in the colonies. The British government wisely decided to grant freedom to its colonies.

It wasn’t Gandhi’s movement which drove the British out of India, it was the impact of second world war, which made it impossible for the British to hold on to their Empire. Shortly after the independence of India, other colonies in Asia, Africa and Caribbean gained their independence peacefully. So what is so unique about India’s independence? Had there been no World War II, India would still be a British colony!

The other story that the “myth makers” do not tell is that the Independence of India was marked by one of the greatest upheavals of the 20th century. Two Indian states, Punjab and Bengal, were partitioned at the time of independence causing untold suffering and loss of life and property. In Punjab almost all the Hindu and Sikh population of about five millions were forced to leave their homes and properties on the Pakistan side where their ancestors had lived for hundreds of years. Similarly, about five million Muslims were forced to vacate their home and properties on the Indian side.

In the ensuing communal frenzy and carnage, may be as many as one million people perished and thousands of women were kidnapped and raped. About one third of the population of Punjab was engulfed in the inferno created by the independence of India. Of the total population of about five and half million Sikhs, about 40% were rendered homeless due to Independence. The population of Bengal was much higher than that of Punjab and you can imagine the human suffering there! The claim that Gandhi won freedom for India peacefully is a cruel joke on Punjabis and Bengalis.

To my knowledge only in two places, the United States of America and Ireland, the force of arms drove out the British colonists. Everywhere else the British freed the colonies peacefully. On what ground it is claimed that Gandhi won freedom for India peacefully without shedding a drop of blood.

What Is A 710?

A few days ago I was having some work done at my local garage. A blonde came in and asked for a seven-hundred-ten.

We all looked at each other and another customer asked, ‘What is a seven-hundred-ten?’

She replied, ‘You know, the little piece in the middle of the engine, I have lost it and need a new one.’

She replied that she did not know exactly what it was, but this piece had always been there.

The mechanic gave her a piece of paper and a pen and asked her to draw what the piece looked like.

She drew a circle and in the middle of it wrote 710. He then took her over to a car just like hers which had its hood up and asked, ‘Is there a 710 on this car?’

She pointed and said, ‘Of course, its right there.’ The mechanic fainted.

If you’re not sure what a 710 is

Scroll down

What is 710.