Newsweek Depiction of Obama as Lord Shiva upsets India


What will a buck buy these days? Why Newsweek. Yes, I agree he is Shiva destroyer of the world. Tina Brown, you did oh so good with your maiden voyage as Editor. Talk about pandering to your base. The new spin? Why the job is even too big for God. Poor Zero.

Newsweek’s depiction of President Obama on its latest cover has irked some Indian Americans who, fresh off Obama’s visit to the world’s largest democracy, are not happy with the image of the U.S. president as the Hindu deity, Lord Shiva.

The Newsweek cover shows Obama with several arms carrying policy issues while balancing on one leg. The headline reads: “God of All Things” with a subtitle, “Why the Modern Presidency May be too Much for One Person to Handle.”

Shiva, who is one of three pre-eminent gods in the Hindu religion along with Brahma and Vishnu, is considered the destroyer of the world, which must end, metaphorically speaking, in order to be reborn as a more universalistic place. However, the god’s purpose is not to foretell an apocalyptic ending. Read the rest at Fox News here

Rajan Zed argued that it was unnecessary dragging of a Hindu deity in American political wrangles by Newsweek to prove their point of view and urged Newsweek to publish a disclaimer about this on its website and the next issue with proper explanation of Nataraja, Siva, and Hinduism. Zed stressed that Hinduism was the oldest and third largest religion of the world with about one billion adherents and a rich philosophical thought and it should not be taken lightly. No faith, larger or smaller, should be ridiculed at.  India Travel Times

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2 Responses to “Newsweek Depiction of Obama as Lord Shiva upsets India”

  1. ComradeMatrix Says:

    Too much for one person….oh gag me. One person is fine as long as he has a brain.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I wonder how much Soros is contributing to this new venture. Lets hope Newsweek goes the way of all lefiie propaganda organs.

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