Rudra searches in vain to differentiate between the arms industry and organised religions. They are the wealthiest corporations in the world, biggest employers and initiate or perpetuate mass slaughter, one in the name of freedom and the other in the name of Peace and Truth (but their peace and truth). Both steal the liberty of man, one his very life and the other his freedom to think for himself and often his life as well.
What does Rudra do about this? He looks neither left nor right. His massive unconcern is so pointed that it liberates the attentive student. Rudra hasn't a care in the world.