Cens**ed!

10:31 am

*Disclaimer: This article contains abuses and views which might seem offensive. Stop reading it right away, if you're under 18 years of age. Also, if you get offended easily. Thank You.* 

If you hate this guy, you better stop reading right away!
(Pic Credits: Google Images.)

 


Hello Folks! What's up! By the way, Summers are here in Bombay! Yayy! The weather when you sweat profusely 24*7 and urine just simply evaporates from the bladder! Also, Sec66A has been scrapped! Woo hoo!! But beware. It doesn't mean that we can write whatever the crap we want to.

My views on #Sec66A.


Moving forward,this article is going to be an epic one and the longest one too. Longer than even Ashutosh Gowariker movies, as this awesome guy, Akash Barve (Nimrod)
*That's the way I've saved his contact name. Huge Green Day fan!*, is collaborating with me! Yes.
We guys are jobless to the core and have no life, so we keep writing stuff to make ourselves feel better. So here we go!

*Akash takes over*

Had no topic going on in my mind to write on. Suddenly, it crossed my mind it won't be long before the government bans blogging too. So I'm here, just in case this happens to be my final blog. While everyone around me is going bonkers with the outbreak of the phobia of being banned.

Rumor has it that the AAP might ban vaccum cleaners to promote the sale of brooms for their own publicity.

The censor board is kinda like that one person who you never wanna hangout with. Yet they always cling on to you like a Shinigami. Poking their censored nose in everything. People have to say what the censor board wants them to say and people have to listen to what the board wants them to listen to. Maybe in a few days, after a student writes his exam. The censor board will check his paper for offensive material before he submits it for correction. Mind you people, soon every state board is surely gonna introduce a 27th alphabet as '*'!

Using our votes to come to power and then censoring, banning our stuff. Isn't that offending to us citizens. But what can we do.  We're just "Another brick in the wall".


Running a country is much like parenting. If you tell a child not to do something, his curiosity will make him do that.( If the child is not curious, he needs a shrink!) If the child is properly raised and if you show a little faith in him. He won't get is mind in gutter in the first place. He might do something childish once,but realize his own mistake and that is a lifelong lesson. A country must have faith in its citizens that they will act responsibly for their own sake and as a result for the nation's sake. And if it doesn't have the faith, it deserves to be called a failed state!

Censorship is not something to be used as a weapon to get things done your way. well, maybe you don't like to watch a roast. So don't watch it. But it was a roast of consenting adults by consenting adults in front of consulting adults​. Even the Youtube video had a disclaimer. Just because you find a roast of some celebrity who wouldn't even give a fuck about your existence offending. Why are you denying others the chance to make a choice of their own to either watch it or not watch it.
I'm sorry if I've offended you. You are welcome to offend me back. Ours is an offense oriented culture. We say 'An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind '.  What we forget is 'Offense in return of offense makes two people friends '!

Who rules over us? Democracy? Not really!(Pic Credits: Google Images.)


 *I take over now* 
 
Those are some great points by Akash!
 
So, they've banned 50 Shades Of Grey! Well, that was kinda expected. In a country where sex, love, relationships,life, lauda, lasun almost everything is considered a taboo, that was expected.
Well, I've not watched the movie, so I won't comment on it.

Also beef has been banned. Okay. What is beef? ( Yes. My family reads my blog)

Moving forward, Censorship! This is a pretty sensitive topic for us Indians. Even Sensodyne won't help on this issue*Sorry*.
I've varied thoughts on this topic. Like, censorship is necessary, but actually not that necessary. Quite contradicting, just like my life.

Censoring things is okay. But banning them completely, that isn't acceptable.

Now, about the thing on banning stuff. The government just can't decide what we should eat and what we shouldn't. What we should watch and what we shouldn't. It just can't. (Please don't arrest me)

We Indians have a vague perspective towards life. We all are very self centered. And also we think everyone is judging us every time. No. No one is judging you every time. They judge you once and that's it. They form an opinion about you. After that, they won't give a fuck. Just like people don't give a fuck about what bullshit I write here.

We try to portray an ideal image of our country to this world  by banning and censoring stuff. We keep boasting about our culture. Yes our magnificent culture. But then on the other hand, women safety sucks donkey balls. Recently an Indian student was denied an internship in Germany. The professor who denied it had said that she no longer accepted “any male Indian guests, trainees, doctoral students, or post docs due to the severe rape problem in India”
Great. First, the west thought of Indian men as nothing but snake charmers. Now they think of Indian men as nothing but rapists.

We also get offended at abuses and shit. Okay, now the thing about abusing. I've seen guys singing bhajans in local trains. I've also seen the same guys fighting and abusing the other day, saying "Dhakka kyun de rha hai bhosdike".
The point is abusing depends from situation to situation, but we tend to take it as offense wherever and whenever it is possible.

While watching a cricket match, we often say, "Bhenchod! Kya six maara hai! Ek number!" but then that's just for the appreciation of the batsman.
And then when we say, "Bhenchod ye XYZ, saala kitna khelega aur, out kyun nhi ho jaata!", that is abusing.
I hope you got my point, if not you can go ahead and abuse me!

Moving forward, I've seen that infamous Nirbhaya documentary. I'm surprised they banned it too, even when some politicians and important people in our country have a similar kind of ideology and opinions on women. Yes, opinions similar to that of Mukesh Singh, the rapist.

Long story short,
banning and censoring movies, songs, books, documentaries, comedy shows and shit won't help.
It's our sick mentality that needs to be banned. It's our shit ideology that needs to be censored. As, someone great once said "It's all in our head!".  
Until we don't alter our mentality and mindset towards all this in a much more broader perspective, we'll still continue to remain pathetic, as a society.

Free speech? Not really! (Pic Credits: Google Images.)


*PHEW*
Well, this article was pretty long! I hope you'll are awake. Do share your views on this article, and check out the poll.


Do you think banning stuff is actually a necessity?

I'd like to thank Akash for collaborating with me, for this article! Do visit his awesome blog,  Too Young To Understand. Too Naive To Speak.

Till then, Adios.

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