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For vijay, regarding diplomacy and aristocracy

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in response to reader comment: Here is a challenge for you Hind Samy

Submitted by Sarah (Sweden), Apr 13, 2006 at 15:52

(Vijay said: Tut, tut, it could not have been more diplomatic. Just some days back Sarah was writing as if some kind of English aristocracy')

Vijay, from your name its seems that you're a Hindu. No wonder the butler part caught your eyes. No wonder the only aristocracy you know is 'English aristocracy'. I have an Indian friend (a renowned doctor in UK) who once commented that the persons who are submissive before their ex colonial masters are called in their language 'Angrez ki najayej bacchey'.

Some comments here remind me of that name.

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