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Monday, September 3, 2012

NaMo As PM And The Cry Babies


I am annoyed and little flummoxed as well. Got to think of it when we being a democracy are often bizarre with our activities and actions which no way look democratic at all. We time and again issue statements and conclusions as per our convenience while conveniently forgetting that in a democratic framework it is the people who should decide than a party, a bunch of people or even an individual. The classic case of our prejudice is a certain Narendra Modi and his possible prime ministerial candidature for 2014 general elections. When I say our, it is not necessarily the entire nation but a bunch of self-righteous chaps who more often than not are seen playing their own high moral trumpet and tout themselves being the harbinger of our constitution and our so called secular infrastructure.
The first question that needs to be asked is; who decides the government? The answer to which is a sounding ‘We The People’. Hence, the prime requisition that comes forward is - let the people decide then. Why the politicians and political parties instead are trying to choose on behalf of the populace? Why there a bunch of people with some overzealous psyche try to force upon their own conviction on the masses? Can’t the people decide for themselves if they want Narendra Modi as their next prime minister or not? Why there is a department at the Congress end which is working overtime in connivance with paid media and NGOs to shadow upon the vision of the masses with their nefarious and fabricated agendas? Why we have a hoard of people in Congress house whom have got nothing but maligning Modi 24/7 as their prime job and responsibility? Why the truth is intentionally buried under the avalanche of lies so much so that it becomes really tough for the citizens to dig deep to fetch the truth? In nut shell why there is so much of hypocrisy?
Now here is the thing. Since the 2002 Gujarat episode, a lot of people are been employed by Congress with a sole motive of maligning Modi by any means. From terming him ‘Maut ka Saudagar’ to ‘Butcher Of Gandhi Nagar’, he was all but projected as anything but one who can be called a human. While all the good that he did for the state (much above than the national figure) were promptly brushed under the carpet, he was always projected as a certified hater of a particular community. Over the years he became a favorite punching bag of Congress for anything and everything. From the pathetic state of our economy to the failure of our indigenously built cryogenic engine, it is Modi who is blamed for the failures.
All this was by design so that the flamboyant leader can never be an opposition to the likes of Rahul Gandhi. The sycophants of the opposite camp were scared by the prospect of pitting their beloved prince against someone who is by all means a far more genuine and capable person to lead the nation. Since the truth of Modi’s achievements are too bigger in proportion to be shadowed under reprehensible agendas, the sycophant brigade were left with only maligning his name by delivering truck load of lies on every platform. The usual ploy of playing the secular card came to the fore with all force with the Rudaalis of Congress seen shedding crocodile tears for the so called Gujarat riot victims on every forum they found. People were falsely shown the non-existing monster within Modi and were told how catastrophic it would be if he happens to become the prime minister someday. Crying loud for the Gujarat victims, the sycophants forgot their own atrocity towards the Sikhs during 1984. All-in-all it is the Modi bashing that became a favorite pass time for a lot of clowns. Not only Modi but the entire BJP was showcased in bad light so that people built up an entirely wrong perception for a party which for a change showed all of us what real growth (not only in papers) means during their 1998 – 2004 governance. Help of the main stream media in this false propaganda is worth laudable since they turned the primary carrier of the venom against Modi and BJP. Lot of effort was put on by the Barkha Dutts and the Rajdeep Sardesais of the world to keep the Gujarat flame burning with all their documentaries, special programs, we the people, face the nation and many more such jaundiced platforms specifically erected to spew lies and bigger lies.
I am not here to change the false perception that a lot of hawks want us to inculcate. That’s not my job as I am no way employed by BJP or Modi in their PR department. I am here to highlight few facts which no big mouth seems interested enough to visit through. For me it is always the facts which I believe the only weapon that can cut through the muck of agendas. For starters, let’s look at the list (prepared by Govt agencies; not me, you or BJP) for fiscal 2011-12 of states as per their ranks, in terms of growth and governance.  
1.       Bihar

2.       Gujarat

3.       Odisha

4.       Chhattisgarh

5.       Delhi

6.       Madhya Pradesh
Except Delhi, every other state is either ruled by BJP or in partnership with their allies. Hope none pops up the name of Odisha because it is BJP which was in partnership with BJD not long ago. Prominent of the names is the state of Gujarat which for the first time in seven years fallen to number two position. Why this fact is never highlighted when we discuss about Gujarat? Is Gujarat all about 2002? Even if we are too sycophant to move away from 2002, yet still what is the take? Why blame Modi for the shameful incident? Has any court convicted him of anything so far? Has any law enforcing agency found evidence against Modi that Congress and its gramophones narrating since a decade? And please don’t bring in the name of Maya Kodnani. That no way proves his involvement in the riots. If that is the case then Modi is as involved as Bharat Ratna Rajeev Gandhi was with 1984 Sikh massacre; Manmohan Singh was with 2G, CWG or the latest coal scam. So why only Modi lynching then? Since we are too fond of first-come-first-serve system (even with mercy petitions) let’s start from the beginning and first lynch Chacha Nehru for screwing up the nation by his visionless and womanizing policies. If we are really in a mission to ridicule all the rascals of this country then Modi shouldn’t be the starting point but someone else.
Let me not get started on what our corporate world thinks about Narendra Modi as an administrator. The high position that Modi occupies among the likes of Ratan Tata, Sunil Bharti Mittal and even Narayan Murthy is something which would induce loose motion within the so called future of the nation, as projected by Congress. Maligning doesn’t take away the true shine of a diamond. The dirty trick department can cry wolf everyday but the fact that is so prominent and stands out among the tons of lies couldn’t be hidden from the populace for too long. It is not far when people will come forward and chose the right person for the top job, who can act, react, and govern with iron fist than just waiting for instructions from the high command.
By the way a suggestion for BJP. To hell with the allies who believe, it is that pseudo secularism which wins you elections. There is always a reward for good work. Without any ambiguity BJP should announce Narendra Modi as their prime ministerial candidate for 2014. Let there be few who would break away from NDA as I believe BJP will not require allies at the end of the day since this one man might just give them that majority in the house. Ameen!!

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32 comments :

  1. Day dreaming??? Good for you.

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  2. No matter what the sickulerists says.... Modi is the BEST candidate for PM.

    Hell.... Mr Advani still wants to fulfill his ambition...

    My vote is MODI FOR PM ........

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  3. I just wiped a tear off my eye, when I say with you brother! Amen!!

    May the blinds of false propaganda lift up and our nation awakes in a new light of what is right and what is the need of the hour. Fake gandhis(and I am not sure of Real Gandhi as well) and their chamchas, may there be no takers for them and their nefarious designs. And the real hero will emerge.. Just for God's sake, this time, this one time, everyone, just vote. PLEASE!!

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  4. dude, plz put the facebook like button on your site. Some of your articles are really worth spreading.

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  5. @Jitesh

    Added Like Button as you suggested :)

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  6. I just hope all these hopes on the net gets translated into real time physical votes in the elections.Else we would be left only to ponder and comment if the vast majoritarian aspirations are rekindled only in 2019

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  7. All CMs should resign: NaMo for Naroda Patiya (Maya kodnani); Gehlot for Bhanwari Devi, Haryana CM for Geethika murder; Gogoi for Assam killing, punjab CM for Navjot sidhu killing somebody, and every other state CM because some of his MLA, minister is definetly involved in some wrong doing..

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  8. your posts are just superb..you not only hit hard the target guys but cite analogies that just fit the situations. Every write ups must be result of hard work,lot of research and micro observation of prevailing bad situation that these Ghandy's (so called Gandhi's)have brought us to.

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  9. Hey - this is the same thoughts I have and hope BJP also understand it thoroughly.Else, what is the difference between BJP and any other self proclaimed pseudo secularist parties - whose only focus is to get the votes and enjoy the scam-earned money!!

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  10. hahahahhaahhaa.... i would love Modi to be PM(mind u i hate BJP for all thier hypocracies) BJP except for few is a bunch of losers... Modi is the type of candidate india needs today as PM.... my friend forget congress, allies in NDA sabotaging Modi's chances, he will be first pulled down by his own people in BJP( i honestly belive someone frm BJP is pushing Nitish to bash modi and make him redundant as a consensus candidate for NDA)

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  11. come to think of it.. JD(U) with hardly 25-30 seats cant ask Nitish to be made the PM candidate of NDA..... BJP top brass will not let Modi be the PM candidate... so called learned, articulate leaders of BJP won't let Modi ahead... they have seen what he is capable( look at Keshubhai Patel, what happend to him in Gujrat) he is a rutless leader who will do good to the country and not do chamchagiri..

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  12. Rahul jee is PM candidate for 2014...even we Indians want Rahul jee to become PM as of today replacing MMS...Sonia jee and Rahul jee are no match for Narender Modi...Also Narender Modi is goonda of Gujarat...Development is always better in Congress ruled states like MH,AP,Assam,Delhi,Raj,Haryana,Uttarakhand

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    1. Hey idiot..do some research before you bark shit..you obviously lack conscience!

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  13. Dear Ahuja ji...

    Are you serious? Good Morning!!!

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  14. Gandhi was million times Greater Murderer. He backstabbed the Nation by tearing in 3 pieces. Killed over 2 Lacs People, made homeless to over 2 Crore people, made a traitors to the nation to over 20 Crore people, who had a love for one geographical region, but unfortunately settled in other Geographical Region..

    These men on earth, who have love for "enemy's Geographical territory" {enemy created by selfish political motives of ideological decedents of Gandhi}.. are called traitors in home geographical region..

    Mr. Modi's sin is just a miniscule of what Gandhi had done to the Hearth & Nation.

    If we can forgive Gandhi, Modi does not fall even in the category of one who committed any sin

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  15. Dear Cynical ji...please come and see yourself working of Congress Party under dynamic leadership of Sonia ji and Rahul ji....BJP on other hand is regional party of criminals,crooks,fraudsters and uneducated Baniyas..u must know Ex BJPEE president Bangaru Laxman was found guitly of accepting bribe

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    1. I think youre that a-hole rahul gandhi impersonating as rahul ahuja..grow up rahul..your family has done enough damage to our nation.

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  16. Hey dick head rahul ahuja.. U must be a Paki ISI agent.. Du have ur brain in ur head or in ur ass????

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  17. Hey everybody... was Lanka under Ravana underdeveloped? Think again .. as to what is the real development we are looking for...

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  18. And by the way, who said Ravana was bad, if at all your example was to prove that Ravana was bad.

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    1. Ravana was not that bad a person..the only mistake he did was to abduct sita..he was a prolific dancer whom only lord shiva could beat. He also wrote a treatise on dance..he was the bravest warrior that even gods feared to fight. Under his rule lanka was known as swarna dweepa.

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  19. I have two examples for numbnuts who says that Congress is pro-development.

    1. Japan: ruined in WW-II. Bombed like hell in 1945. Has unstable and earthquake prone territory and climate.

    2. Isreal: formed in a desert, in 1947. With people who were thrown out of their home lands.

    And then there is our India. Full of natural resources, have seen so many golden eras. got freed of British in 1947. Has been ruled by Congress for 60 years.

    And I dont think it takes the intelligence of Sherlock Holmes to see the difference between the progress we've made and the other two countries have made....

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  20. Gujarat during the Congress rule had consistent growth rate of above 13%, in Modi's rule the growth rate had dropped to 10%.(U can check the records of Government) How u can say that Modi is a better administrator in Gujarat than Congress?

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  21. Modi can't become PM by day dreaming. He should learn something from his political Guru (Advani) who is day dreaming of becoming PM from last 20 years. He is still PM is waiting and will ever remain so. Guru to dekh kar chela kuch sikhe toh accha hain

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  22. @Anonymous

    Wow!! Such an eye opening statistics on Gujarat development with respect to BJP and Congress regime. Could you share the source or some kind of URL link? I would love to go through!!

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  23. Dear DJ no sane person will disagree with what u hv written. But I if luck and history to be believed I fear we as a country will end up loosing this golden opportunity offered in the form of NaMo!
    We lost to mughals, we lost 1957 mutiny, we lost netaji subhash chandra bose, we lost to nehru and lost sardar patel's leadership, we lost Lalbahadur Shastri......,are we cursed as a country....... I feel sad.......

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  24. India as a country will remain like this - disparity between rich and poor, corruption etc. That is in the history of the country and will remain that way. The only way that can change if a true leader emerges and can bring the old and youth together, be strong, not fearful of taking some rights away from the people for development and ridding corruption, and use the army in rare cases as needed. Else - India's development cannot go beyond that of Brazil and Russia - forget about China. We need discipline, control of corruption, elimination of babudom (civil service), fast track courts, fear in the mind of people if they are engaged in corruption and illegal activities etc. Do you see that happening in the current political climate?

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  25. clap clap clap for this writeup & following comments...ground reality is lot of money (cash) required to fight & win elections....congis hav it, lot of bogus voting happens in the secong half of the day, voting population i.e slums in cities and rural population unfazed by huge loots & corruption in the country, what is required is to either tickle sentiments or give them free daaru & money for votes, lastly promise rural population with basic needs and trap them in charm of fair faces as if the are their Gods....happens everywhere...be it Mumbai or UP....

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  26. Enjoyed reading this article and others on your blog. You have a very nice writing style.

    Unfortunately nothing much can be done for hindus have been divided (ever since the invited muslim warriors to beat their on people) and will remain divided (at least no one's bothered about kashmiri pudits or karsewaks of godhra till date).

    Very few people will ever understand that being Hindu means being secular. Keep up the good work. May be someday a sizable number will decide to vote en bloc and govern policies to become secular (and not tilted based on religion)

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  27. Modi will never get a chance to become PM of this country. There are other people sitting in delhi since last 15 years working to strenghen BJP (sushma and jaitley) and suddenly this chap self projecting as modi. BJP will never announce modi as a pm candidate

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  28. It is not far when people will come forward and chose the right person for the top job, who can act, react, and govern with iron fist than just waiting for instructions from the high command. HOPE this is really not FAR...

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