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Thursday, December 19, 2013

Indians Arrest and Burn Obama in Effigy

A Democrat War on Women
Protests erupt in India after a female diplomat is 
arrested, stripped and cavity searched by the US.

I did not think it possible that Obama and the Democrats could fuck things up even more.  But now India hates us.

Outraged protesters burned photos of President Obama outside the US Embassy in New Delhi on Wednesday over the arrest and strip-search of an Indian diplomat in New York for allegedly mistreating her nanny.

The demonstrators cheered the Indian government’s sanctions against the US over the arrest of Devyani Khobragade, 39, which included the removal of concrete security barriers outside the embassy and a threatened crackdown on US diplomats.

“It was very good that the government removed the barriers yesterday. Until the USA says sorry, we should not give any security at all to the Americans,” cried Gaurav Khattar, 33, one of about three dozen protesters, some wearing masks mocking Obama and sarongs made from US flags reports the New York Post.

“Humiliating Woman Diplomats … Is it American Culture?” read one banner held by several women.

Stripped and Anally Probed
With little to do over the Holidays our neo-Fascist Federal government chose to entertain themselves by stripping and anally probing female Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade (above). 
Hell why the not probe her?  The Feds have been probing and fucking every American for years.  Why should foreign diplomats miss out on the fun?
But seriously folks, we have a bunch of fucking retards ruling over the U.S. 

Supporters of Conservative Rashtrawadi Shivsena walk with a handcuffed
protester depicting Obama near the US Embassy
Photo: AP

Also Wednesday, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid said Khobragade would soon return to India following her transfer to India’s permanent mission to the UN, a move that could make her eligible for full diplomatic immunity.

“We will bring back the woman diplomat arrested in New York and restore her dignity. It is my responsibility,” Khurshid said according Indian.

“We strongly condemn the treatment meted out to the diplomat in New York. India is not over-reacting to the treatment to its diplomat by US. The nation must speak in one voice,” he said.

Suggested reading for the dumb
shits in the White House.
The lower house of Parliament was temporarily adjourned after furious lawmakers demanded that it adopt a resolution against the US over the treatment of Khobragade, who was strip- and cavity-searched and swabbed for DNA while in US custody.

Arun Jaitely, leader of the opposition in Parliament’s upper house, said the government had to register its “strongest protest” to the US government for the “lack of respect for India.”

The government stripped US diplomats of privileges – such as access to duty-free booze – and even threatened to boot the domestic partners of gay US diplomats, citing a new law making homosexuality illegal in the South Asian country.

Khobragade, a deputy consul general at the Indian Consulate in New York, was busted Dec. 12 on charges of visa fraud and underpaying her housekeeper, an Indian national. She is free after posting $250,000 bail.

She is accused of lying to get her nanny into the States and then paying her $3.31 an hour.

In an emotional email to colleagues, Khobragade complained of being held in a cell with petty criminals despite her repeated claims of diplomatic immunity.

“I broke down many times as the indignities of repeated handcuffing, stripping and cavity searches, swabbing, in a holdup with common criminals and drug addicts were all being imposed upon me,” she wrote in the email.

“I got the strength to regain composure and remain dignified thinking that I must represent all of my colleagues and my country with confidence and pride.”

Activists burn effigy to the US in protest against the mistreatment of Khobragade
Photo: AP

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