South Asian Humor: Bhishma Kukreti
I know, Indians know and now, Pakistanis know too that political parties select toxic persons for spokesperson job. However, very few people know the characteristics of noxious persons and their notorious uses as political spokespersons.
The exotic person invades the privacy and other's space. Through toxic spokespersons, political parties invade the opposition's private affairs and snatch space from other parties. All spokespersons want others should not lock their desks but they lock their own desks even going for washroom.
Toxic man has secrets for protection. Were Kapil Sibbal, Anand Sharma and Mir not protecting the UPA's corruptions all the time in past?
Toxic person makes other's life miserable and you all watch TV debate where every political spokesperson makes the life of opposition spokesperson, TV anchors and audience miserable.
The toxic person is always a Trappist. Tell me which politician are not Trappist, Trapper and Hunter in this earth? Every politician is Trappist and so are spokespersons including Pakistani spokespersons debating on Indian TV shows.
Toxic one has bad manners. Don't we experience daily the worst mannered political spokespersons in each TV debate? Yes we feel irritation by watching bad mannered political spokespersons.
Toxic person is Control Freak and don't you know many such politicians and spokespersons?
Toxic person is always covering up artist. Do I require naming the politicians covering up their open blunders? I know that you know that I know that you know them.
Toxic person always abuse people, things and the best concept. Indians are fed up with those spokespersons abusing people, things and Yoga.
Toxic person hates other ideas. TV debates, political press conferences and parliaments are witness for vouching that politicians and spokespersons hate other ideas.
Toxic person are credit snatchers. Every politician is credit snatcher. Every spokesperson is bound to be a great credit snatcher.
Blame game is the great characteristic of toxic person. Politics is nothing but the play ground for blame game. Political spokesperson should be born with blame game playing character.
Toxic person have the habit of continuously fault findings. Most of Indians don't watch Loksabha and Rajyasabha proceedings on TV because barring fault findings; nothing concrete is happening in both the houses. You, your friends and my mother in law don't like visiting parliaments because you, your friends and my mother in law don't like continuous fault findings games.
Toxic man has secret agendas. Every spokesperson, politicians and political party has secret agendas. Nothing is new in my statement. All Indian mothers in laws, Indian sister in laws and Pakistani brother in laws know the above fact.
Expert Stanley Reed says that toxic person have terrible problem with the truth. Toxic person prefers for telling lie. What do all political spokespersons speak on TV show? Lie! Lie and No Truth!
Toxic person protects zealously power positions. All Indian mothers in laws, Indian daughter in laws and Pakistani brother in laws accept that spokespersons zealously protect power positions.
Experts say that Toxic person make simple thing complex. Now, we can't blame only to spokespersons, politicians for worst execution system for India planning but we should watch the toxic bureaucrats too.
Speaking 'I', 'I' and 'I' is the habit of toxic person. Which politician, spokesperson and businessman as Vijay Mallya don't speak 'I' in every sentence?
Toxic person has little or no sense of future. It is not wrong characteristic as the political spokesperson has to work for getting elected for Rajya Sabha or Vidhan Parishad, work for present boss and totally forgetting the future.
Toxic person is highly competitive, does not like failure and works hard for being on the top. Indians should be happier that though, Indian political spokespersons are toxic but at the same time, are highly competitive.
Have you got some of above characters for becoming political spokesperson?
Copyright@: Bhishma Kukreti, Mumbai 2016