Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal today May 3, 2013 sought to indulge in “black humor” vis-a-vis the ruling BJP government in poll-bound Karnataka, but appeared to be “stumped” when asked to do so targeting the Congress-led UPA. Actually Kapil Sibbal follows his Trinity of Congress party. Congress leaders are in the role of comedians of black humor in Karnataka.
Speaking to reporters here two days before the 5 May Assembly poll, Kapil Sibal sought to mock at the BJP government which he joked has given rise to “new terminology” like “Laboratory for Corruption” for LOC, “Corruption Made Easy” for CME and “Yeddyurruption”, referring to former Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa who had faced corruption charges.
But when a reporter sought to know from him terminology for 2G and Commonwealth Games scams, he was evasive.
“I can’t be indulging in black humour against myself”, he said, with a chuckle, evoking peals of laughter at the press conference.
Meanwhile, on a serious note, he slammed the BJP for “stalling” proceedings of Parliament, accusing the main opposition party of making “disruption in Parliament a part of Parliamentary strategy”.
Bad governance, sloppy work, corruption have slowed growth in Karnataka: Manmohan Singh: People feel that PM is saying about the corruption of UPA Govt.
Actually Kapil Sibbal adopted the black humor of his trinity boss of Congress party::
BJP hit world record of corruption in Karnataka, claims Rahul Gandhi: People feel that Rahul Gandhi perhaps describing the corruption of UPA government and DLF Vadra scam.
Home land was foreign hand
Sone ki chidiya in to England
To make trade in India
Few could be able
To govern brave India
Home land is in foreign hand
Sonia Si chidiya of Pope land
Karnataka polls: BJP is neck-deep in corruption, alleges Sonia Gandhi in Bangalore. But few women are only to hear her. Chairs are empty as shown here in bottom picture.
Indianexpress published the truth in its article titled: Empty chairs at Sonia rally: Warning signal for her party
Deccan Herald publishe: The Congress Supremo Sonia Gandhi, during her last leg of campaigning lashed out at the BJP government in the State, accusing it of betraying people’s mandate and misusing huge funds released by the Centre for the State’s development in the last five years.
Sonia Gandhi and her follower thinks that central fund means the fund of 10 Jan Path. They forget that central fund is the property of the tax-payee people of the country.
A black comedy, or dark comedy, is a comic work that employs black humor, which, in its most basic definition, is humor that makes light of otherwise solemn subject matter, or gallows humor. The definition of black humor is problematic; it has been argued that it corresponds to the earlier concept of gallows humor.
In black humor, topics and events that are usually regarded as taboo, specifically those related to death, are treated in an unusually humorous or satirical manner while retaining their seriousness; the intent of black comedy, therefore, is often for the audience to experience both laughter and discomfort, sometimes simultaneously.
There are hundred and hundred movies on the black humor.
Richard Thomas Condon (March 18, 1915 in New York City, New York – April 9, 1996 in Dallas, Texas) was a prolific and popular American political novelist whose satiric works were generally presented in the form of thrillers or semi-thrillers. More than being particularly clever genre works, however, all 26 books were written in a style nearly always instantly recognizable as Condon's, while their focus was almost always obsessively directed at monetary greed and political corruption. Fast-moving and easily accessible, they generally combined elements of political satire, bare-knuckled outrage at the greed and corruption of those in power, and were written with extravagant characterizations and a uniquely sparkling and frequently humorous style. Condon himself once said: "Every book I've ever written has been about abuse of power. I feel very strongly about that. I'd like people to know how deeply their politicians wrong them."