PM attended parody of NAM summit
Already bugged by parody Twitter accounts, the Prime Minister’s Office now finds that the NAM summit, which the PM attended in Iran earlier this week, was a parody of itself.delhi Updated: Sep 02, 2012 08:42 IST
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Already bugged by parody Twitter accounts, the Prime Minister’s Office now finds that the NAM summit, which the PM attended in Iran earlier this week, was a parody of itself.
“The whole idea of NAM after the end of cold-war is a parody in itself,” an expert claimed, “And that too a summit hosted in Iran, which is often seen as the enemy number one of USA! You can’t be non-aligned if you are either with the USA or Iran.”
“Yes, NAM summit was a parody,” the expert concluded.
With a participating country like Pakistan, which allows US drones to kill its own people for sake of being allied with the USA, the summit is being seen as a pure parody by many experts.
“But what to do, we can’t stop attending NAM summits,” a PMO source said, “It was one of the initiatives of Jawaharlal Nehru. The show must go on.”