It seems Rahul Baba is going to take over soon from the feminine Sikh “leader” who has never won an election and who has warmed the chair long enough.
An inkling to this is that the media prostitutes on the payrolls of Congress have started a campaign about how Rahul Baba has so many fans on his Facebook page and how it is a shame that India has the oldest leaders among all democracies of the world.
Put two and two together and the message is — a young “dynamic and popular leader” (as proved by the huge number of Facebook fans) is going to soon step onto the stage so that the “old leaders” can fade into the sunset, thus sparing India the embarrasement of being a gerontocracy.
Congress Media Whore No. 1 (loving called the Toilet paper of India by readers) today carried a story as the banner headline on front page:
Youngest nation, oldest cabinet
India may have the youngest population of the world’s biggest countries, but it has the oldest leader and oldest ministerial cabinet. In most of the world’s top economies, the average age of a cabinet minister or his equivalent is just a decade or so higher than the median age of the population. But in India, the average age of a cabinet minister is almost two-and-a-half times the country’s median age.
And just in case you were wondering where a young leader can be found to replace the “old leaders”, why — silly people — he is right before your eyes.
Exhibit Two — also run by editorial prostitutes of the Congress with a lot of Christians and American funding thrown in — has helpfully revealed that there is a young prince who is very very popular and very much available:
Notice that the prince’s Colombian girlfriend is being kept out of the public gaze, but she — a white Catholic — is lurking in the shadows, ready to move into the PM bungalow once the hero of the tale settles in. Yesterday once more, eh?