Kamal Haasan is a Marxist in his economic ideology and a Dravidian rationalist in his personal ideology
“Theft by a government is a crime. Not proving after unravelling, isn’t it a crime too? Examination bell has gone. Criminals should not rule. People should turn judges. Let’s wake up and arise. People should act. People should get the republic function,” tweeted Tamil film actor Kamal Haasan on Monday. People who could decipher what he has intended to tell are welcome to write to PGurus explaining what the ageing actor meant by these lines.
Now Team PGurus is drawing your attention to a real-life story. Not long ago, there lived a self-styled educationist in India. He is the one who gave coined a word to the Indian lexicon; educational entrepreneur. He started a private college which later on entered the league of super professional colleges and finally emerged as a university. God blessed the educational entrepreneur with four daughters. He married them off to the most suitable grooms offering engineering and arts and sciences colleges as dowry!
The media in Tamil Nadu interpreted Kamal Haasan’s tweets as his reaction to the Income Tax raids on the Sasikala clan
The educational entrepreneur had all the strappings of a nouveau riche. Swanky cars, the fleet of SUVs and palatial castle. But there was a disadvantage. This man was a school drop-out and spoke the language of a street urchin. But he was enterprising and started learning English. Though he could not speak Queen’s English, he could convey what he wanted to tell the audience. “I have four daughters. All of them are girls. But I am very happy,” he is reported to have said while addressing the students of his institution!.
This educationist stands head and shoulders above Kamal Haasan because of the former’s clarity of thinking. The old man never wanted to become the chief minister of a State. He wanted the educational institutions set up by him to flourish and he stated it openly.
The media in Tamil Nadu interpreted Kamal Haasan’s tweets as his reaction to the Income Tax raids on the Sasikala clan. It is being interpreted as an attack on the AIADMK government and the Centre for the raids in Poes Garden, Jaya TV, Jazz Cinema and 185 other establishments connected to Sasikala. By evening, Tamil Nadu minister for Fisheries D Jayakumar issued a warning to Kamal Haasan that the government would initiate criminal proceedings against the star if he continues with his unsubstantiated allegations.
The problem with Kamal Haasan is that he is caught up either in a Catch 22 Syndrome or between the devil and deep sea syndrome. Though he declared that he would launch a political party, all that has come out from his mouth till date is that he would soon come out with an App.But he is yet to explain the kind, nature and purpose of the App. The only mission in his life, as he has explained time and again, is his hatred for Hindu religion. “My colour is not saffron,” he had told reporters after meeting Kerala’s beleaguered Marxist Chief Minister Pinrayi Vijayan.
We can tell with authority that Kamal Haasan is a Marxist in his economic ideology and a Dravidian rationalist in his personal ideology
Kamal Haasan’s another announcement about how he intends to refund Rs 30 crore collected as donations for his upcoming political entity is another reason behind this article. Haasan got the idea of fund collection from his Marxist masters in Kerala. The CPI-M leaders are past masters in the art of money laundering. An any given day one could see Marxist cadre engaged in “Bucket Pirivu” ( Fund Collection with an empty bucket). Cadres will walk along the main thoroughfares with empty buckets and come back to the party office to announce that they had collected Rs 40 crore in four hours flat. According to the party higher-ups, the money is collected from the proletariat! Hence no tax authorities in the world could ask them any questions. Probably, Haasan would have collected the fund using buckets along the streets of Vadapalni and also along Mount Road in Chennai.
Team PGurus is not exaggerating. Old news reports will tell you that the Marxist masters of Haasan had mobilised Rs 10 crore by Bucket Pirivu in ten minutes flat. That solves the issue. Hence we can tell with authority that Kamal Haasan is a Marxist in his economic ideology and a Dravidian rationalist in his personal ideology. The list starts with Vani Ganapathy, Sarika, Gauthami and goes on endlessly. Ramasamy Naicker, Karunanidhi, TR Balu… the list of his role models is also endless.
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