Cricketism and Terrorism - Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal

Cricketism and Terrorism - Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal

Hyderabad : Pakistan | Apr 10, 2010 at 4:49 AM PDT
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Cricketism and Terrorism

Indian Cricket Racket (ICR)

- Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal


[IPL has killed cricket in the worse form and burnt it, sending the ashes to all member teams around the world to do the needful. Cricket, somehow, thus far, has managed to stay on notwithstanding its fake sport character and UK’s insistence to retain the cricketism as its brainchild to fool the public and loot them as the dacoits do in the midnight. IPL is played in the night. The major outcome of the IPL is the death of cricket as a competitive sport with all pampered cricketers from the former British colonies including UK itself, have now begun a joint cricket operation thrashing all hopes for any real sportsmanship in cricket.]

When Chennai thrashed Mumbai Indians and Calcutta riders humbled Delhi devils that created sensations. Not many Indian fanatic fans of fancy cricket would have slept well. One could see many such nuts were in suicidal moods on the stadiums. Why should they deicide only Mumbai and Delhi have the fundamental rights to win IPL matches? Now Panchab humbled Mumbai Indians on 09 April, while Hyderabad Deccan chargers gave electric shock to Bangalore boys and the spectators in Bangalore. Indian nasty media have spoilt Indians with its anti-Pakistani, anti-Islamic, anti-Muslim stuffs and now with Hyderabad nonsenses. The IPL organizers deliberate play gang politics by ignoring Hyderabad or any other team playing against their “official” teams. The TV channel plays it sown spoils. They show and report what is the official IPL agenda. When Mumbai, Delhi boys hit 6 or 4 the message they show is ridiculous. Will they change the IPL into something else? Mumbai-Delhi cricket, or something like that? .

Indian IPL is spiraling and spreading its poisonous tentacles across the nation by unleashing branches. Rich Keral Mallyali industrialists are desperate to obtain IPL. Those who from Keral controlling Indian politics and business by being in the ministry, are employing all levers to make a IPL in Kerala too, because, if Thamil murukkus can have a Chennai team, why not keral also have one to deceive the highly, but vaguely educated Mallyalis. Kerala is one of the smallest state, but most of its MPs are in powerful ministries like Military and foreign affairs, etc and t impression given is that almost every able Kerealite is enjoying good position in central and other governments. Now they claim they too have the capacity to fool and cheat educated Mallyallies under IPL gameplan.

None expected a win by Hyderabad team on 08 April in Bangalore against a beaming Bangalore team the way they play with their own team. Until they won the match, no one was sure of Hyderabad, for, they would let the team collapse any time. Hyderabad’s borrowed skipper A. Gilchrest played mischief, as before, refusing to bat first after winning the toss. He perhaps knew the Hyderabad team cannot win and should not. All the time, Gilly was reeling restless. Things are spiralling downwards for the Challengers and all of a sudden they aren't looking like a force that they were. Gilly would finally breath easy and the win still gives them some hope of qualifying for the semis should they win another 3 games from here.

Obviously, it was Symonds day. Deccan Chargers have stolen the thunder from the Royal Challengers! Symonds who was under fire from all quarters for his below par performance, just lit up the Chargers dug out with some scintillating strokeplay, and in the company of Suman who acted as the perfect foil, they have quickly erased the memories of the defeats that were piling up on them.

It was murder under artificial lights at the Bangalore Stadium. But, however, finally, the Deccan Chargers have stolen the thunder from the Royal Challengers! Symonds who was under fire from all quarters for his below par performance has got the space to do his bating in his own way- because the bowling was slightly different. He just lit up the Chargers dug out with some scintillating strokeplay. And does it mean DC is on the march now?

Is cricketism is linked to terrorism?

(More to Follow….>)

Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal

Hyderabad, April 2010

Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal, Specialist on State Terrorism; Chronicler of Freedom movements (Palestine, Kashmir, etc) ; Independent Columnist in International Affairs; Research Scholar (JNU) & the only Indian to have gone through entire India, a fraud and terror nation in South Asia.

abdulruff is based in Ankara, Ankara, Turkey, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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