The Acorn says that “Italy should mind its own business.” It appears that the Italian foreign minister intends to lodge a protest with the Indian ambassador to Italy about the recent violence in Orissa — “to demand ‘incisive action’ to prevent further attacks against Christians that have left 11 people dead in India so far.”
Uh? Is the Acorn confused or what? Whatever happens in India is Italian business. Has the Acorn forgotten that it is an Italian who is the head of the government of India?
It is an Italian who calls the shots in India. If a fairly large segment of Indians are fine with it, does it not follow that India is de facto an Italian colony and the foreign minister of Italy can summon the Indian ambassador and bitch-slap him?
Let me state what should be obvious but apparently isn’t. An Italian national (who very reluctantly after years of delay became a naturalized Indian for appearances) was made the head of the Indian government thanks to the preferences of a significant enough percentage of Indian voters. That Italian then appointed puppets to carry out her mandate — part of which has to be the redemption of the heathen souls of India, which is understandable given that she is a Catholic and owes her allegiance to the church that is headquartered in Rome which is, as it happens, in Italy. What happens in India is Italy’s business.
It is politically incorrect of me to state it but it unfortunately happens to be true.
The puppet — aka Blue Turban — carries out the orders of his boss, the madam from Italy. The puppet appoints ambassadors. When the Italian foreign minister demands that the Indian ambassador show up, it is quite likely that he will show up and bend his knees and with bowed head say, “jee huzoor, jee huzoor” (or whatever is the equivalent in Italian) and do as told by the Italian. His immediate boss does that to another Italian, doesn’t he? I can imagine that he would then, without turning his back and still on his knees, slowly back away from the presence of the Italian as any subject of an imperial power would do. He is after all the puppet of a puppet who answers to an Italian.
In other news, the chief minister of AP, one Mr Reddy, has decided that public money will be spent on subsidizing Christians who wish to go to their holy land. Mr Reddy is another Catholic puppet of the madam from Italy.
The Acorn reminds us that all Indian Christians are Indians. Yes, but not all Christians are Indians — some are Italians and some are puppets of Italian Christians. Let’s not forget that, shall we?