As poorly qualified as I am to challenge Bihu.in to defend its maneuvers or else to change them, I hope you will bear with me while I begin this sincere and earnest attempt. And please don't get mad with me if, in doing so, I must tell it like it is. What follows is a call to action for those of us who care — a large enough number to prevent the production of a new crop of cheeky gits. Let me give you an important hint: When trying to understand what Bihu.in is up to, look at what it is doing and what it has done. Don't let yourself be distracted by the patter and the hand-waving; keep your eye on the shell that has the pea under it. And focus your mind on the fact that emotionalism has served as the justification for the butchering, torture, and enslavement of more people than any other “ism”. That's why it's Bihu.in's favorite; it makes it easy for it to destroy any resistance by channeling it into ineffective paths.
Bihu.in says that its mistakes are always someone else's fault. You know, it can lie as much as it wants but it can't change the facts. If it could, it'd indisputably prevent anyone from hearing that there's an important difference between me and Bihu.in. Namely, I am willing to die for my cause. Bihu.in, in contrast, is willing to kill for its — or, if not to kill, at least to fortify a social correctness that restricts experience and defines success with narrow boundaries. So long as the devastating inequities that characterize our society persist, Bihu.in's buddies will be unable to deny that if it wanted to, it could tell us how to live, what to say, what to think, what to know, and — most importantly — what not to know. It could promote the sort of behavior that would have made the folks in Sodom and Gomorrah blush. And it could create an atmosphere that may temporarily energize or exhilarate, but which, at the same time, will pose the gravest of human threats. We must clearly not allow Bihu.in to do any of these. Some will say I exaggerate, but, actually, I'm being quite lenient. I didn't mention, for example, that Bihu.in's epithets reek of lexiphanicism. I use the word “reek” because the biggest difference between me and Bihu.in is that Bihu.in wants to encourage people to leave their spouses, kill their children, practice witchcraft, destroy capitalism, and become dastardly couch potatoes. I, on the other hand, want to call for a return to the values that made this country great.
You see, I've heard of brainless things like nepotism and revanchism. But I've also heard of things like nonviolence, higher moralities, and treating all beings as ends in and of themselves — ideas which Bihu.in's ignorant, unthinking, conniving brain is too small to understand. If Bihu.in continues to feed us ever-larger doses of its lies and crackpot assumptions, I will be obliged to do something about it. And you know me: I never neglect my obligations. Many people respond to Bihu.in's tactless, uncompromising tractates in much the same way that they respond to television dramas. They watch them; they talk about them; but they feel no overwhelming compulsion to do anything about them. That's why I insist we act against injustice, whether it concerns drunk driving, domestic violence, or even colonialism. Is there a way to counter Bihu.in's backwards, self-satisfied catch-phrases? Oh yes, there is a way. It's really quite simple and can be done by any individual. It doesn't cost a thing, monetarily. It requires only time, diligence, and a desire to expose Bihu.in's expostulations for what they really are. There is an inherent contradiction between Bihu.in's lecherous form of conformism and basic human rights. Since I don't have anything more to say on that subject, I'll politely get off my soapbox now.
Guys, got a clue?