On conspiracy theories

A logical extension to Sushma Swaraj’s conspiracy theory: Why would a senior politician, jeopardize her own party, on an issue concerning, what is perhaps the party’s USP – national security. Do I smell a Congress backed attempt to weaken the BJP?

Once we decide to ignore the most probable version, we quickly discover endless alternate possibilities, which might be terribly moronic, yet are surely vastly more entertaining. Ah, the joys of ignoring reality.

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3 responses to “On conspiracy theories

  1. Err, whatever happened to the Srikumar of the free-speech?

  2. I am all for it. If it weren’t for free speech, the only other way she could have entertained the world was by shaving her head. I think this is better :)

  3. Once we decide to ignore the most probable version, we quickly discover endless alternate possibilities, which might be terribly moronic, yet are surely vastly more entertaining.

    The world is surely a jobless place. Give people an option to cut down mediocrity and they talk of tax-free entertainment.

    On a slightly dull note, why, again, is UPA out of the picture? We still haven’t found the real terrorists yet. Until then, she must be given the benfit of (her) doubt, isnt it?

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