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Political satire Facebook page 'Humans of Hindutva' calls it quits

By Chennabasaveshwar

The admin of Facebook page 'Humans of Hindutva' quit posting satires on Saturday saying it wasn't worth taking a bullet for and "I'm tired of explaining the intention behind my words again and again and again". Apparently, the admin decided to stop posting parodies in the wake of gruesome murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh in Bengaluru.

Humans of Hindutva, Facebook page that parodied the right-wing, calls it quits

In the farewell post, the admin wrote," I think the time has come to call it quits. It was a good run but ultimately I realised that you guys are not worth a fucking bullet in my fucking head."

The post further reads: I'm tired of arguing with people for the last 5 months. I have worked hard over this period and have written over 80,000 words of original 'content' in this short span. It's funny how you think you can never write a book until you have an audience and then somehow you can't wait to write each day. Some of my favourite writers were as prolific...only they didn't have someone call them a "madarchod" every 5 minutes. I thank you guys for reading through my random thoughts. But now it's come to the point where I have to argue with people who I thought were on the same side as me. I'm tired of explaining the intention behind my words again and again and again. Your interaction with me has opened up a side inside that I didn't even know existed but in the bargain it has exhausted me to no end. So I bid you goodbye. Cheers."

As per Hindustan Times, the admin who posted anonymously often lampooned the cow, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, news anchor Arnab Goswami and even author Chetan Bhagat.

Till date the page has 90,687 followers and liked by people 87,246 people.

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