Date: 11/03/2016

I was touched by this line,
" I was born on September 29, 1947—just 45 days after Independence. My entire life has been wasted by the pro-poverty agenda of the Congress Party (disguised as a “pro-poor” agenda)."

It's not only you but the SILENT tens of millions whose lives have been wasted by the treacherous, corrupt and anti national Congress Party (of "ITALY, ISLAM & IGNORANT SERVILE HINDU CAMP FOLLOWER").

Here you touched a raw nerve. In normal circumstances, under a patriotic government, based on HINDU majority in 1947 (or under someone like Subhash Chandra Bose), INSTEAD OF THE BRITISH STOOGE and, FRIEND OF ISLAM NEHRU, we would have seen Bharat progressing, developing and advancing by its own innate genius, just like Germany and Japan (both in total ruins in 1945).

But sadly, we could not even keep pace with South Korea, Taiwan and Singapore. Some rural parts of Bharat are still in the 19th century, thanks to the lack of interest, scams and loot by Congress "rascals" who showed ABSOLUTELY NO CONCERN for the uplift and education of masses.

It's a pity that we have remained DEPRIVED of the joy of seeing every Congress "dog & bitch" either hanged or put behind bars -FOR EVER. They did not honour even our dead!

11 March 2016.
In a message dated 3/12/2016 12:00:57 A.M. GMT Standard Time, XXXXXXXwrites:



This war is being fought in the battlefield of people’s minds through systematic disinformation spread by a horde unwilling to accept the democratic verdict of the people of India. Choose your side, and fight.

India is at present undergoing a civil war. This civil war is not being fought on a conventional battlefield, but in the battlefield of people’s minds. The armaments used to fight this war are not conventional weapons, but rather, the weapons of disinformation.

On one side is the present government led by Narendra Modi and its well-wishers. On the other side is a horde that is unwilling to accept the democratic verdict of the people of India, and/or unable to accept that a person starting his life in humble circumstances has risen to the position of Prime Minister.

By now it is clear that the dynastic Congress Party has systematically entrenched poverty as a permanent feature of the Indian landscape. In order to perpetuate the poverty of Indians, the Congress party consciously imprisoned Indian citizens in a vast web of government rules and regulations, and perverted every institution in democratic India, including the judiciary and the media.

In order to legitimize its stranglehold on Indian society, the dynasty has also created a vast ecosystem consisting of “the poverty industry” in the form of NGOs whose survival demands that India remain a desperately poor country, or at the very least, is perceived to be so. Thus, when the outcome of the 2014 election was not in favour of the dynasty, the Congress could summon up all of its foot soldiers in the judiciary, the media, and the most inappropriately named “civil society.”

What else can explain the daily dose of misinformation in the media? For the past many months, we have had a plethora of accounts of “church attacks,” most of which were debunked as being either inside jobs or simple law and order problems. The rape of a nun in West Bengal was instantly attributed to “militant Hindus emboldened by the election of Modi,” until it was discovered that the perpetrators were Bangladeshi Muslims.

Just a couple of days ago, we had one Misbah Quadri claiming that she was denied housing in an apartment complex merely because she was a Muslim. Even the most inexperienced cub reporter would have gone to the housing complex in question and verified in person whether in fact the complex was “Muslim-free.” But our journalists sitting in their air-conditioned offices were happy to enough to accept this victim-hood narrative at face value and play it up for all it was worth.

A minor newspaper, Mid-Day in Mumbai, was apparently the only media agency to take the trouble of visiting the complex in question, to find that there are already Muslims living there (thus blowing Quadri’s story to smithereens), and unearthing the fact that Quadri was being evicted because she did not maintain her payments.

But the rest found it all too expedient to persist with their false narrative of Muslim persecution in “Modi’s India.”

Even as that particular hatchet job on the government blew up in the faces of its perpetrators, comes another one that IIT Madras “banned” a “student group” for “having criticized the Prime Minister.” The Dean of Students at IITM has already stated that the group was provisionally de-recognized because it did not follow procedures, but none of that could be heard in the din.

By jumping into the fray at IITM merely to score some cheap points against the HRD Minister, opposition parties and the corrupted media are again showing that they do not care a whit for the welfare of Indian society, and that their sole interest is in regaining power by hook or crook.

The IITs are among our finest educational institutions, a stark contrast to JNU which is a cesspool of politics and mediocrity. Over-politicization of the “student body” at any institution can have only one outcome: JNU-ization, if I might coin a phrase. This is why I was adamantly opposed to the introduction of humanities departments in the IITs. While in theory, these subjects are supposed to broaden the minds of the students, the reality is that such departments attract intellectually inferior minds for the most part.

Let us not remain under any illusion that the Quadri affair or the IITM affair will be the last. As soon as one issue gets resolved, the media will throw up 10 others, like a hydra-headed monster for which it is a proxy. This is why I call it a civil war. Or perhaps one should borrow from Christian mythology and call it Armageddon, the final decisive battle between the forces of good and evil.

I was born on September 29, 1947—just 45 days after Independence. My entire life has been wasted by the pro-poverty agenda of the Congress Party (disguised as a “pro-poor” agenda). Each time a potential saviour appears on the horizon, be it Jayaprakash Narayan in 1975, or the first NDA government in 1998, or now the Narendra Modi government, the dynasty strikes back with ever greater force.

Each one of these prospective saviours has had a more difficult task compared to his predecessor, because the forces of evil get more and more entrenched after each victory. For me, the present government offers the last hope that India would become a worthwhile country within my lifetime. If we as a nation miss this opportunity to uproot the forces of evil once and for all, then I at least won’t be around for our next opportunity, assuming that it will come at all.

There is only one glimmer of hope on the horizon. Until now, the corrupt media has had a monopoly on information dissemination, and could thus control the narrative. With the rise of social media, that monopoly has been broken. But the breaking of the monopoly does NOT, by itself, weaken the hold that the corrupt media has on our collective fortunes. The rest of us must seize that opening and provide a fully competitive alternative to the distorted, anti-national garbage that is constantly being put out by the media. We cannot afford to be complacent, nor can we afford to underestimate the magnitude of the task at hand.

Dr Mrs Hilda Raja Vadodara
The Congress lives in a glass house and throws stones at the Modi government. Rahul Gandhi cannot be going around casting aspersions and accusation on the Modi government. The latest being of Vijaya Mallya’s flight from India. He should realize that the Modi’s government had nothing to do with his fleeing .The UB Group was slow one should say. It should have demanded the impounding of his passport before going into other procedures. It must be emphatically stated that during his whole financial criminal dealings the UPA made him a Rajya Sabha member. His fraudulent dealings were not an overnight process but spread over years-starting from 2009.It was the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh who in Parliament made an appeal to the banks to redeem the sick airlines in the country. Again it was the UPA government who made this white collared criminal a Rajya Sabha member. What does Rahul Gandhi know? What is he trying to pose himself as? As though the Modi government abetted the flight of V.Mallya. How he sit in a glass house and throw stones at the Modi government,. Either RG is ignorant-as I have repeatedly been saying or else he is a blatant lier.Indugling in falsehoods and hoodwinking the people.

What had happened to Warren Anderson.How was he directly helped by Rajiv Gandhi to flee from the justice of India. And it was a worse crime. It involved thousands of humans killed-crippled- maimed-and affected for life with the Bhopal gas leak.Even today they are there as witnesses to the callousness of the Congress and the blatant abetment of the crime by his father Rajiv Gandhi.Why did Rajiv Gandi stoop to this anti people action?Because he was pressurized by the US government –in exchange for Muhamud Yunus son who was in jail there. Is this not betrayal of the Indian poor and the downtrodden. Where are the so called NGOs-the Harsh Manders and the likes of him? Why had they silently kept quiet? Today they sing alleluias to Rohith and Kanhaiya Kumar in the hope “Can an Indian Spring be far behind” What had they been at in the NAC presided by Mrs Sonia Gandhi?
Then we have the infamous case of Quottrrochi.Not only did the Congress allow him to swindle and cheat and fleece the poor Indians(Rahul Gandhi stands for the poor please note)but initiated a whole process for his fleeing this country while a Red alert was on him. Margaret Alva will be able to provide Rahul Gandhi with the underhand actions taken to enable Quottrrochi to flee from this country.Then the GOI sent a personal envoy to London (Bharwaj-then a Union minister and later the Governor of Karnataka will know better) to defreeze Quottrochhi’s account.Thus it was with the direct connivance of the Congress Government that this Italian- a close relative of Rahul Vinci and his mother was helped to fleece the ‘poor’ of the country and run away with their hard earned money. Today Rahul Gandhi has the audacity to blame the present government, When he and the Congress carry such a load of anti-people-anti India actions how can he blame Modi and his government?

Then to come to the latest Rahul Gandhi who stood with the fishermen in their protest must see that justice is done to the two fishermen who were killed in Kerala by the Italian marines.They do not respect the judiciary system of India. They gave so many excuses- as health, Christmas vacation and what not to evade justice. These two killers are allowed to stay in the Italian embassy-why? If in the case of Mallya the Congress can blame the BJP government then why not in this case we blame the UPA government? Should they not be treated as killers and be shut in the prison till the case is over? All this and more happened under Sonia Gandhi-his mother’s direction because she was the extra constitutional power.

It was thus the UPA government who has failed the poor of India. Who has hoodwinked the downtrodden of India-who had lied to the hungry and the thirsty, to the farmers and all those in the lowest bottom of the social ladder, who had denied quality medical care, good schools for the rural poor, who did nothing substantial to uphold the dignity of the SCs and the STs of India? Instead it had thrown crumbs from its rich laden table-kept the people with their outstretched hands as beggars .It is the Congress who for the past 50 years have kept them in such an abject and impoverished situation that they are unable to move out of it. Today it poses as the champion of the poor. The Congress and its VP are thumping their chests calling for tolerance- for listening to the voice of the people, for relief and for succor to the poor. Rahul Gandhi this is hypocrisy. How can the Congress which ruled the country for 50 years and more now shed crocodile tears? In fact Rahul Gandhi and the Congress must be arraigned for the ills of the country and must be made accountable for the poverty, the suicides and for the intolerance, for abetting communalism, for polarization of the people on the basis of religion, for abetting anti-national activities and anti India sloganeering, for showing scant respect to a democratically elected PM. The Congress is the burden we are carrying. The country must be redeemed of it only then we will have salvation. It knows that and hence tries to unleash reams of lies and uses its stooges and sycophants which it had carefully nurtured to project it as the savior. How can deception win in the long run? I firmly believe that ultimately truth will triumph.

I wish we had a charter clause like the one in Myanmar which disqualifies anyone with close foreign relatives from holding the power positions. The way the country is heading this seems to be needed and publicly debated. Let us listen to the voice of the people. No more ‘inner voice’ to cover up a one woman dictatorial rule. No more dynasty rule which is an aberration to democracy. This is urgently called for. Dynasty rule is contradictory to democracy.