6 thoughts on “Comedy CIRCUS”

  1. “Hinduistic” views?

    Really? What is so Hindu about what Narendra Modi says?

    Development, growth, skill development, infrastructure, improvement in the status of economic freedom is all “Hinduistic”?

    Evidently, you haven’t lived in rural India for an extended period of time to see why people resonate with him. Can’t blame you. Consider yourself lucky to have been brought up in a fairly well to do manner!

    And, he is a murderer? Let me explain again:

    Congress party which has ruled for 10 years of the last 12 years has control over CBI and all investigative agencies. Many convictions have happened in Gujarat (in the Best Bakery case and the Jafri case). Culprits have been brought to the book. Despite this, a single shred of evidence has not been found against Modi. Now, this, despite the fact that prosecution was heavily biased against Modi. And now, why are you baying for blood? Probably you know better having been fed news from various biased news outlets!

    Go see Gujarat once and see for yourself how things have changed. Traveling is good. Also, it is good to observe things and come to a conclusion rather than be biased.

    Come April-May 2014, if you are a realist, there is one obvious choice.


    1. Hi Jatkesha! I agree to the changes he brought.. the tourism, the infrastructure, the railway and transportation is better than any other state… I didn’t say he isn’t capable but ruthless and possibly the only choice people choose..(any better choice?) and there may not be any evidences but as CM he was equally responsible.

      P.S: I’m talking about the strategists, the conspirators who plots behind the ‘Hindutva’ agenda who looted, raped and killed people who had the courage to go out and join massacres…


  2. The gist is that we are left with no option. And frankly, I don’t think this is just something that we Indians are dealing with. If you look at every other country, they have some sort of distortions of the idea of democracy. Americans are left with two choices and they keep on electing one or the other, bringing not much of a security on anything. The Middle East has their own issues to deal with along with Draconian laws and gender insensitivity. Our neighbours (Pakistan, China, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal) are struggling too. Considering all these, the world in a whole, is suffering from a total lack of leadership. But you are right in implying that the Indian youth is disoriented and disillusioned with the plight of choosing between the poor options available to us.
    Good post.


    1. Thank You Manu bro ! every political person need is fame and power. For that they would go up to any extent of licking feet. They know if they play around for awhile, promising heart of the youngsters for changes and gets them to vote. But youngsters don’t get to see the real picture behind this. All they want to believe in Changes which is illusion as always!!!


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