Can you imagine – suddenly western countries, who have enough problems of their own, have started worrying about the collapse and growing irrelevance of our opposition parties. They were champions of the Congress for decades and were really excited about the AAP, but were almost always unfairly and highly critical of the BJP. Why – because BJP represents the dominant majority, are nationalist, want to promote development and reduce corruption. Our opposition is collapsing because – they remain highly corrupt, don’t believe in development, believe in divide and conquer and most importantly want to promote minorities at the great expense of the majority. Added to this, they present no new ideas. So old ideas, old leaders, dynastic and corrupt politics will not work with an inspirational India with growing confidence and impatience, with a youth population that exceeds 65%. So no surprise or tears for opposition parties becoming irrelevant or disappearing…
- 30 Apr 2017
Sonu Nigam is NOT against Azaan. He is only questioning the loudspeakers used for early morning Azaan. His tweet says “God bless everyone. I’m not a Muslim and I have to be woken up by the Azaan in the morning. When will this forced religiousness end in India.” Can we all be less worked up and emotional and focus only on the issue of whether loudspeakers should be employed each morning to awaken the general population? It is possible these issues have not been raised before. In several western countries one does not hear Azaan from loudspeakers due to restrictions on loud noises. Is there a lesson for India to follow?
Source: Meri News
- 19 Apr 2017
After Independence, the western countries could not stomach India’s flourishing democracy and secular republic. They use visible and invisible means to breakup India, which could have happened had it not been for our brave armed forces. So who were these western countries – some included the present day Western and Northern European countries. So fast forward in time, it is the European countries that are unable to stay united as a union and they are breaking-off from each others, and regions within countries, e.g. Scotland, parts of Italy, Spain, and Portugal who want to break off into independent countries.
- 18 Jul 2016
Raghuram Rajan the Reserve Bank of India Governor quit and is not seeking a second term. Most western media is shocked… so be it, they don’t run India, the Indian government does. There support is all the more good reasons that Rajan has left the scene, as some of the serious criticisms about Rajan was that he was not supportive of the Indian Government policies and possibly working against it, and helping the success of western countries. While being an employee of the government, he took it upon himself to be critical of this government in the political arena, but when some highly vocal voices were critical of his policies, it appears that he might not have been able to handle it. Let us not forget that India is endowed with great bankers and intellectuals, and as much as the English and Western media may have you believe, the Indian economy is much much stronger and bigger than any one whomever that may be.
- 20 Jun 2016
400 Academics of colleges in western countries, WHO WOULD NEVER DARE PROTEST TO CALL TO DESTROY THEIR OWN COUNTRIES AND SOCIETIES, have written in support of certain anti-social and anti-national JNU students who have been detained by police. These academics are nothing but hypocrites and out to encourage those who want to see India harmed. JNU is a tax funded and heavily subsidized university, so the students are protesting against hard working tax payers. Also, there are reports that several JNU faculty is not in support of these protesting students.
- 17 Feb 2016