As the wise-buddha a.k.a. SI has said on countless occasions, you can take the Chutiyas out of India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Pakistan and bring them to Amreeka.
But these Gaandus will still be Chutiyas.
Because it’s not in the genes of beasts to be civilized.
Guess what these Chutiyas are doing to New York City now!
These SOBs are spitting Paan juice on the streets of New York City and painting them red.
I’ve seen them do that in the past in Jackson Heights on 74th St and 37th Ave.
But things have gotten so bad now that even the New York Times took note of this disgusting practice in an article recently:
On a stroll through the busy streets of Jackson Heights, Queens, Sahadev Poudel kept gesturing at the ground with disgust. He stopped on the sidewalks in front of sari boutiques and Indian grocery stores, pointing out stains that looked like dried blood.
“It’s all over the place,” said Mr. Poudel, 33, who immigrated from Nepal in 2004. “This is completely bad behavior that we brought from our hometown.”
The sidewalks of New York have long been blotted by black blobs where chewing gum met its demise. But the reddish-brown splotches that trouble Mr. Poudel are seemingly unique to the 74th Street commercial district, and they are causing friction among the South Asians who eat, work and shop there.
These are the marks of paan.
Paan Spitting St – 74th St Jackson Heights, NYC
By the way, Jackson Heights around 74th St is a South Asian business hub with dozens of Indian/Nepali/Tibetan/Pakistani/Bangladeshi/Indian-Chinese restaurants, grocery stores, food carts, fashion boutiques, Bollywood music and video stores and beauty parlors.
Ah, the latest Indian restaurant to hit Jackson Heights is Paradise Biryani Pointe with their Hyderabadi Dum Biryani, Chicken Hyderabadi and Double Ka Meetha.
Pak-Loving Chutya Shahrukh Khan on a Hoarding in Jackson Heights
Back in the 1990s, Jackson Heights around 74th St and 37th Ave was almost exclusively an Indian commercial hub. I used to visit the place at least twice a month to buy Kulfi ice cream and Indian grocery on 37th Ave.
Of course, the place was dirty even then. But there were no Paan stains on the streets those days.
But things have been changing lately in Jackson Heights.
Over the last few years, I’ve noticed the place is being overrun by Bangladeshis, most of whom can’t speak a syllable of English.
Somebody, please stop the Green Card lottery for these Bangladeshis or make it compulsory for them to speak at least basic English! When I enter a Bangladeshi restaurant, I don’t want to be addressed in Bengali!
During some of my recent visits, I have also seen these crazy Mullahs screaming verses from the Koran on the sidewalks and Nepali palmists begging to have your palm read.
It won’t be long before South Asians start blowing their noses and rubbing it all on the nearest tree or building and peeing and crapping on the streets of Jackson Heights. Just like they do it back home.
Americans should really have their head examined for letting these South Asian savages into the country!
* On Jackson Heights Sidewalks, a Treat’s Messy Aftermath
* 1 Crore Chutias Want to Move to Amreeka
SI has not probably not heard about the secret Indianness checklist. The spitting of paan is checked off.
The next item is peeing in public. Work may have already started on that front in several major US cities.
Rumor has it that on a long, deserted stretch of a Texas highway where the next rest area was far, far off, SI may have irrigated the parched landscape by the roadside.
But that’s just a rumor, mind you! 😉
Even when they are abroad, some Indians never learn to behave properly.
I witnessed some bad/rude/inappropriate behaviour by Indians during my very recent trip to Au. But that said, I did meet few youngsters too who were well-mannered and friendly.
As for the racist attack on Indians in Au, the whole thing’s blown out of proportion by the media. I’m not saying there isn’t any racism at all (it’s in every country, including “Incredible” India) but in the majority of the cases, the Indians asked for it.
You write: As for the racist attack on Indians in Au, the whole thing’s ….
Racism is inevitable, part of the human DNA.
No matter their polite behavior on the surface, no one wants people from outside coming and settling in their country/state.
Indians hate Bangladeshis, Mumbaikars loath Biharis, Kannadigas dislike Tamils, Delhiites can’t stand UPwallas…..and the list goes on ad nauseum
In the U.S., Blacks, who are often portrayed as victims of racism, are hostile toward foreigners (Asians and Latinos).
In my not-so-humble opinion, overt racism is often practiced by the lower classes. The upper and middle classes are more subtle in their tactics.
“No matter their polite behavior on the surface, no one wants people from outside coming and settling in their country/state”
Yeah, that’s agreeable. After all, we Indians are in every country on the planet. I guess the foreigners are right in thinking we’re stealing their jobs.
“Indians hate Bangladeshis, Mumbaikars loath Biharis, Kannadigas dislike Tamils, Delhiites can’t stand UPwallas…..and the list goes on ad nauseum”
In my opinion, we have no right to complain about racism in other countries because we ourselves are an abusive lot that constantly fight with each differentiating between our own countrymen.
“In my not-so-humble opinion, overt racism is often practiced by the lower classes. The upper and middle classes are more subtle in their tactics.”
I agree with this too. But then, the above comment is true to all countries including India. We make an issue out of the attacks on Indians in other countries while conveniently ignoring the fact that numerous foreign tourists get murdered in India, mainly in the state of Goa.
Personally, this fact disgusts me.
Whether it disgusts you personally or impersonally, it matters little because cruel human behavior is part of the human DNA. Cruelty will outlast you, me and the rest of the SI tribe.
The only difference between us and the Neanderthals is that we wear clothes.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, or as Vadivelu says ‘Escoose Me,’ I’ll get back to my Gin and Chocolate Soy Milk! 😉
And if I’m still sober after I finish my Ginning I’m gonna watch the Iranian movie A Separation (Best Foreign Film Oscar, 2012) and pen a review dedicating it to Unknown Virus and Tiramisu!
Is it not a tiresome activity to talk about Indians and their behavioral elements? 🙁
My response…the most famous Internet cartoon –
Good, now we know each other 🙂
No sniffing around here! 😉
By the way, what I came to say was – all we grumble about India and Indians is like a pointless barking 🙁
No one cares.
The only noteworthy things to have happened to India in the last 10 centuries are the Islamic invasion and the British colonization.
The rest is trifles.
Must be something wrong with the Hindu mindset!