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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Aditya_V » 13 Dec 2019 15:48

chetak wrote:Understand the laser focus of the BIF gangs and the speed at which they act, unlike the BJP which keeps dragging its feet, allowing the resentment to rise and the opposition to build up

Such corrections are low hanging fruit, easy to pick and advantageous to showcase.

Important to get moving on the RTE fiasco and correct it ASAP


twitter

Congress was keen on the education department as party president Sonia Gandhi apparently wants to restore the state’s education pattern to pre-2014 levels. Congress leaders are of the view that “pro-RSS and anti-Gandhi” lessons had been introduced during BJP-Sena rule


Something simple like CAB scrapped through, for something like RTE international networks will come hammer and tongs, this is where most of the RW dont get it, unless you are strong Economically and Militarily , a country is not free to make decesions. They just refuse to see the kind of pressure is there since it not on them personally. RTE will require a 370 type operation at the right time. Now it will just be a big failure.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 15:58

https://twitter.com/YusufDFI/status/1205338489270571009
Yusuf Unjhawala @YusufDFI

Centre moots granting compensatory Article 371 to J&K.

Not surprising.
Unconfirmed and from a anti-BJP rag ... caution required.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby RKumar » 13 Dec 2019 16:06

It is a bad idea to grant 371 or anything else to any specific state.

Plus CAB protests in northeast are done by peaceful in the disguise of local. So I hope GoI will handle it heavy-handed.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 16:11

First thing is RTE cannot be repealed without giving the opposition a handle to cry in the name of poor, OBC and Dalits and create a division between BJP and that constituency of voters. If anyone cares to notice, Modi has pursued poor, OBC and Dalits with a single minded focus. He will not likely throw it all away in a fit.

Secondly, the only way to undermine RTE is by extending it to ALL educational institution in the name of poor, OBC and Dalits. BUT that will need finesse of a brain surgeon to get around the labyrinth of laws and precedence of the past 70+ years.

I think the way to bridge the gap is by making a distinction between Secular and Religious education. Each religion should be free to teach its own religion and run schools for the same while all Secular education should be governed under a single secular law, admission process, etc.

That way perhaps the courts will allow RTE to be extended to ALL educational institutions that teach Secular subjects using the logic of Articele 14, 15 and 21 that is so dear to the "liberal/progressives" of India.

In effect, a Bishop Cotton school can run Bible class free for interference while it ICSE or CBSE board school that impart secular education would come under HRD ministry and be governed under a secular RTE compliant law.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Lekhraj » 13 Dec 2019 16:12

Most of the Protesters in Assam are Muslims as per TV visuals.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 16:14

RKumar wrote:It is a bad idea to grant 371 or anything else to any specific state.

Plus CAB protests in northeast are done by peaceful in the disguise of local. So I hope GoI will handle it heavy-handed.
I wanted to comments on someone else post of a similar nature but this one will do as a background for my comments.

GOI/Modi/Shah/BJP has explicitly promised no change to A.371 protected states on the floor of the parliament and I think they mean it and will keep their word for the rest of their term.
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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 13 Dec 2019 16:16

Lekhraj wrote:Most of the Protesters in Assam are Muslims as per TV visuals.


even in bangalore they are gathered in many street corners along with their topi clad kids

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 16:19

If the visuals on who exactly is protesting are clear then it will result in a win for Modi/BJP amongst the constituency that matter to Modi/BJP. L&O will be restore sooner or later with heavy hand or a light tough. Theek hai.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Lekhraj » 13 Dec 2019 16:20

There was a protest in Jamia milia islamia in Delhi and in AMU too. Muslims are out in the open for Anti-CAB gatherings

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby RKumar » 13 Dec 2019 16:21

pankajs wrote:
RKumar wrote:It is a bad idea to grant 371 or anything else to any specific state.

Plus CAB protests in northeast are done by peaceful in the disguise of local. So I hope GoI will handle it heavy-handed.
I wanted to comments on someone else post of a similar nature but this one will do as a background for my comments.

GOI/Modi/Shah/BJP has explicitly promised no change to A.371 protected states on the floor of the parliament and I think they mean it and will keep their word for the rest of their term.


For the existing states, it is not okay but okay. But extending it to any additional state is a bad idea.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 16:31

Manju jee is right ..

https://twitter.com/manujosephsan/statu ... 3843380226
Manu Joseph @manujosephsan

The Guardian says in "a shock" result conservatives have won a thumping victory in the elections. Maybe only The Guardian and its subscribers are shocked. Can a newspaper that doesn't understand its own nation be right about us ?
https://twitter.com/guardthebridge/status/1205347792262008832
MS @guardthebridge

Same with the NYT. This is how their 2016 forecasts changed as results came in. It seems liberals read their newspapers to escape from reality. Not to understand it.
Makes sense. Our so called liberals/progressives too are in a bubble while the country around them has changed. Once in a while, when they come face to face with reality, the cry "Not my India" or "Not my Idea of India".

Much like
https://twitter.com/IndiaToday/status/1 ... 0241956865
India Today @IndiaToday

Non-BJP" chief ministers must save "the soul of India" after the Citizenship (Amendment) Act was approved by Parliament and signed into law this week : Janata Dal (United) vice-president Prashant Kishor
Either he too is disconnected from the ground realities or he is trolling the liberandus or he is trying to do his penance/ablution before being granted entry into the liberal/progressive biradari.

Theek hai.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 16:39

Embedded videos ... watch.

https://twitter.com/Ethirajans/status/1 ... 4037555200
Ethirajan Srinivasan @Ethirajans

Dr @Swamy39 nails the hypocrisy of Congress, quoting their Working Committee resolution dated 25th November 1947, which bats for citizenship & full protection to NON MUSLIMS from Pakistan to cross the border over to India, to save their life & honour.

Any answer from the DMK?
Same points were made my Shah too.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 16:52

pankajs wrote:First thing is RTE cannot be repealed without giving the opposition a handle to cry in the name of poor, OBC and Dalits and create a division between BJP and that constituency of voters. If anyone cares to notice, Modi has pursued poor, OBC and Dalits with a single minded focus. He will not likely throw it all away in a fit.

Secondly Once that is understood, the only way to undermine bring equality under RTE is by extending it to ALL educational institution in the name of poor, OBC and Dalits. BUT that will need finesse of a brain surgeon to get around the labyrinth of laws and precedence of the past 70+ years.

I think the way to bridge the gap is by making a distinction between Secular and Religious education. Each religion should be free to teach its own religion and run schools for the same while all Secular education should be governed under a single secular law, admission process, etc.

That way perhaps the courts will allow RTE to be extended to ALL educational institutions that teach Secular subjects using the logic of Articele 14, 15 and 21 that is so dear to the "liberal/progressives" of India.

In effect, a Bishop Cotton school can run Bible class free for interference while it ICSE or CBSE board school that impart secular education would come under HRD ministry and be governed under a secular RTE compliant law.
Extending it to ALL schools imparting "Secular education" will also be seen as a win for poor, OBC and Dalits while making it difficult to oppose of those very grounds.

So while CON and it allies can beat the drum on rights of Minorities BJP will beat the drum on the rights of Poor, OBC and Dalits. If is it okeyed by the courts guess who will benefit from the resulting political theater?

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 17:06

https://twitter.com/sarkar_swati/status ... 4578342913
Saswati Sarkar @sarkar_swati

Dainik Jugasankha is reporting that in the border areas of WB even Hindu TMC cadres are happy with the Citizenship Amendment Bill. The family members of the Hindu TMC-Left cadres are asking them not to attend the anti-CAB protests. Matuas are celebrating.
Note the Matuas ...

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 13 Dec 2019 17:07

Lekhraj wrote:There was a protest in Jamia milia islamia in Delhi and in AMU too. Muslims are out in the open for Anti-CAB gatherings


There are hundreds of thousands of UP, bihar muslims from India who migrated to the land of the pure during partition only to be denied many opportunities and rights as the panjabi dominated feudal landlords, army and the administrative services labelled them as "mohajirs" and excluded them from the paki mainstream.

likewise many hundreds of thousands of muslims who migrated from the rest of India to pukiland from states like KER, bengal, delhi and many erstwhile princely states, AP especially hyderabad and gujarat.

the others declared as "non muslim" like shia, ahmadhiya and whatnot also seek to return so that they can freeload on the Indian state like their brethren are doing.

The beedis are very very keen to return lakhs of bihari muslims to India that the west pakis have flatly refused to accept even though these biharis are officially paki citizens and decades ago had migrated officially to the erstwhile undivided pakistan now called as beediland.

These things cannot be articulated publicly by the protesting anti CAB muslim hordes as indeed they dare not speak openly of their centuries old religiously mandated and culturally embedded and psychologically deeply ingrained plans of ghazwa e Hind.

That is why the CAB "battle" is being fought in the name of the ever popular and the always hoary chestnut of "secularism" and that is why they are slyly playing up the "discrimination" angle.

wanted to quote this but edited by mistake
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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 17:13

https://twitter.com/PriyamvadaGopal/sta ... 7428005888
Priyamvada Gopal @PriyamvadaGopal

Thread.

I know everyone is devastated.

I am not. I was waiting to be surprised but I'm coldly unsurprised. Britain formally joins the ranks of USA, Brazil, Turkey, India, Russia, Israel & the Phillipines, among others: vicious rightwing regimes voted in on ethnonationalism.
List of fascist countries per our liberandus. Hopefully they will shun all such countries for the foreseeable future. Bartania is the latest addition.

https://twitter.com/curbset/status/1204794812265717761
Siddharth Singh @curbset
Just read a tweet saying “over to the Supreme Court.” Is India’s highest court a political forum above Parliament? In a way that is not surprising: Indian liberalism is all about politics through unelected institutions. That is the reason for its near terminal crisis.
Right on the money!

https://www.indiatoday.in/mail-today/st ... 2019-12-13
Citizenship Amendment Act: West Bengal Matua group thanks Narendra Modi govt {Those Matuas again ..}
While Assam witnessed massive protests after the Citizenship Amendment Bill was passed in both the houses of the parliament, the Matua community, a Hindu refugee group who came to reside in India from Bangladesh, has welcomed the Modi government's move.

At Thakurnagar in Bongaon, about 80 km from Kolkata, the religious headquarters of the community, Matuas came out to celebrate on Thursday.

"This should have happened way back. It feels like a new life and it has been possible because of the Modi government," said Amulya Roy

Echoing his views, Alpana Das said her family came to India in1980. "I was born here, but my parents came from Bangladesh and they do not have any documents. So, a fear always prevailed in our minds regarding NRC. We feel relieved now," she said.

With their new found dignity in a foreign land, some say the government should now consider declaring India as a Hindu nation.

"There are many Muslim countries in the world but no such Hindu nation exists today. Now that we have got our citizenship, we want our country to be declared a Hindu state," said Ajit Sil.
Matuas want India to be declared a "Hindu state" :shock: And some folks were saying Matuas will be pissed with CAB.
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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Prasad » 13 Dec 2019 17:27

There are HC judgements which give minority run schools and colleges immunity from government interference. You cannot write a new law which specifies or brackets what sort of institutions get such exemptions. You either need to widen the pool to immunise everyone from government inteference and takeover (Remember, States have Edu powers too), it is impossible to bring minority run institutions under any sort of control.

So repeal RTE's forcing private institutions entirely (does not prevent UPA from reintroducing it if they come back) or make changes to Art 30. Guess which one is the answer -

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 13 Dec 2019 17:32

pankajs wrote:First thing is RTE cannot be repealed without giving the opposition a handle to cry in the name of poor, OBC and Dalits and create a division between BJP and that constituency of voters. If anyone cares to notice, Modi has pursued poor, OBC and Dalits with a single minded focus. He will not likely throw it all away in a fit.


Don't repeal it. Extend it.

Who can complain if it is made more inclusive under the guise of making all schools easier to access for all students.

Simply make it all inclusive by including the Hindus and every language without discrimination.

“na rahega baans, na bajegi bansuri”

Remove all discrimination now allowed and practiced in the RTE by making every religion and every language equally eligible in all states.

sab ka saath, sab ka vikas.

this will open the flood gates.

Then remove all aid from non govt schools and aid only govt schools.

Regulate strictly to establish and implement minimum acceptable standards and publish a govt mandated and reasonable pay scale for all teachers.

Teach cultural history as a compulsory subject.

Those who can sustain will do so otherwise they will fall by the wayside. Punish capitation fees with a non bailable, 15 years without parole sentence.

The common board exam for all.

If required, amend Art 30

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 13 Dec 2019 17:40

@pankajs


https://twitter.com/curbset/status/1204794812265717761

Siddharth Singh @curbset
Just read a tweet saying “over to the Supreme Court.” Is India’s highest court a political forum above Parliament? In a way that is not surprising: Indian liberalism is all about politics through unelected institutions. That is the reason for its near terminal crisis.


Right on the money!



this quote is from runditv's very own presstitute nidhi razdan who is mightily pissed with the incarceration of her paramour:mrgreen:
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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 17:40

HC judgement is not the final word. The Parliament in supreme as far as law making in concerned. The challenge were from private Individual/parties and not from the political executive or the Parliament. The final word is yet to be written.

Just check what RS Prasad stated in the parliament during the recent discussion on CAB. To paraphrase ...

"Don't scare us with powers of Judiciary. Parliament is supreme as far as law making is concerned and if required Parliament can undo court verdict too as it has done in the past." Stated in reply to some CON "lawyer" (Sibal or PC ???) politician who insisted that CAB will not pass the judicial scrutiny during the discussion.

Law and article of the constitution can be interpreted, re-interpreted or even re-written if the PM has the political capital to pull it off.

PS: Was done in the context of the CAB but is applicable to all parts of the constitution. Such is the confidence of the PM and the work that has gone into the CAB bill preparation.

Infact, read the "liberal/progressive" commentary after the passage of CAB to know that the "activist" segment has already decided that SC is not going to act as the spoiler for the current GOI. They are talking of looking beyond the SC to the power of the streets and the collective, etc in their quest to stop GOI. Should tell you something but I am not going to state it in public.
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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby TKiran » 13 Dec 2019 17:46

The main reason for so much of heartburn and immediate tactical response to CAB worldwide is that , if there's no opposition, other nations also can bring CABs (US, EU etc) barring the entry of M's into their countries. CAB implementation would be thoroughly watched by every nation to learn lessons from Indian experience. (Just like everyone is silently watching Xinjiang, if China could suppress M's, which way is better, China's or India's?)

I would still advice the govt. to implement the law, but totally without noice. Even if the opposition is making noise, don't bring-in high profile politicians such as Amit Shah or Smriti Irani or Pragya Singh, or Yogi Adityanath or any other with name to reply. Only social media is sufficient to reciprocate with drama.

But implementation is what we must do. (Need not deport M's, just give citizenship to H's, and tightly control M's so that they will naturally get disappointed and self deport)

I have full confidence in MEA that they will do the lousy job of countering the PR, which is an advantage in this case.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Yagnasri » 13 Dec 2019 18:09

Who is the idiot advised INC to do agitation in front of Indian High Commissions and Embassies on CAB? Don't the know that the average Indian voter does not like this at all.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Kashi » 13 Dec 2019 18:24

Yagnasri wrote:Who is the idiot advised INC to do agitation in front of Indian High Commissions and Embassies on CAB? Don't the know that the average Indian voter does not like this at all.


They actually did that?

I mean INC??

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby vijayk » 13 Dec 2019 18:25

Venom Of CAB Critics Flows From This: ‘Hindus Are Persecutors, Never The Persecuted’

https://swarajyamag.com/politics/venom- ... rsecuted-2

If one were to read the subtext in all the Left-Lutyens meltdown over the passing of the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) 2019, which is now law after presidential assent, it is this simple one: how dare India speak up for persecuted Hindus in the neighbourhood?

A 72-year code of Omerta, where Hindus can only be seen as victimisers and not victims of oppression, has been broken and this is the primary cause of Left- Secular hysteria over CAB, which does not do anything to affect the rights of Muslims in India.



If one were to listen to all the critics who spoke against the bill in Parliament and outside it, there was almost no empathy for those persecuted by three Islamic states in our neighbourhood. Their main objection to the bill was, “how could Muslims be excluded from its ambit?” Suddenly, people who never spoke up for Shias or Ahmadiyyas and Hazaras discovered that they were the real oppressed peoples in the sub-continent. How dare Hindus fight for the rights of other Hindus?


The fact that Christians were included among the minorities to be fast-tracked for Indian citizenship did not draw one positive comment from the critics of CAB. They just did not want Hindus to be seen as victims ever.

This is the logic that made Left historians reject archaeological evidence about a pre-existing temple underneath the Babri Masjid, and also deny that any bigoted Muslim ruler ever destroyed temples for reasons other than politics. A non-Hindu ruler can never be seen as unjust to Hindu people, but the reverse can always be true.

This has been the pattern in India’s perverted secularism even since Indira Gandhi allowed assorted Leftists and Hinduphobics to take over the academic and intellectual spaces of India from the late 1960s.



An Indian sensibility, and a new sense of India as a civilisational state with obligations to all Indic peoples in the neighbourhood worries Hinduphobics no end. The opposition to CAB mirrors this reality. It is not about really fighting for equal rights for Muslim illegal migrants. It is about denying that Hindus can ever be victims, and that too in Islamic states.

The opposition to CAB is a reiteration of the Abrahamic brotherhood of Christianity, Islam and Marxism, all people of the book, revelations and millenarian visions of a perfect world brought about through endless violence against people they disagree with. Where violence is not feasible, ideological oppression allows for endless demonisation of India’s civilisational heritage.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

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Postby arshyam » 13 Dec 2019 18:29

Yagnasri wrote:Who is the idiot advised INC to do agitation in front of Indian High Commissions and Embassies on CAB? Don't the know that the average Indian voter does not like this at all.

Please share the source, sir. Would like to circulate it in my circle.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 18:37

Another blow to the LeLi gang ...

https://twitter.com/utkarsh_aanand/stat ... 2607371264
Utkarsh Anand @utkarsh_aanand

Sr adv Indira Jaising argues for Bindu, arguing the law is clear there has to be specific order of stay.

#CJI retorts that the law might be in her favour but the reality is that the subject is very emotive. "We are exercising our discretion not to pass any order today."
Utkarsh Anand @utkarsh_aanand

SC declines to pass any order on allowing women's entry in #Sabrimala. SC says it is not passing any order using its discretionary power, the seven-judge-bench will be constituted as soon as possible & the matter will be taken up after the reference is decided.

Now read this with my last post and now think why the LeLi "Activist" branch has given up hopes of any relief from the SC.

The last liberal/progressive bastion has just crumbled before out eyes. :rotfl: That is the power of mandate and a PM willing to use his political capital to bring about change and re-assert the supremacy of the parliament as far as law making is concerned.

My dear fellow boarders you are witnessing history being made right in-front of your eyes. Have no doubts!

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby darshan » 13 Dec 2019 18:40

Temples need to be liberated or awareness to not heavily donate to them needs to be done. Also need to have a talk with well to do Hindu sects that are hiding on corners being afraid of EJs and wasting money, time and Modi/Shah period. Either they need to show up to the fight or they need to be exposed to reduce their money collections and wastage. Hindu money is hard earned and not printed, looted, or drilled.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Sachin » 13 Dec 2019 18:44

Lekhraj wrote:There was a protest in Jamia milia islamia in Delhi and in AMU too. Muslims are out in the open for Anti-CAB gatherings

chetak wrote:even in bangalore they are gathered in many street corners along with their topi clad kids

Even in KL, the Muslims are planning to start a massive protest/route march etc the CAB and also the NRC. There are worries that every Muslim in India would be asked to prove their citizenship, that too for multiple generations. To be frank, most of the Muslims who are in Kerala have been there for 3-4 generations so ideally there is no need to panic.

A fall out of this could be that the peacefool gangs would jump the gun and start a riot or two. The negative impact would be that even folks who tried to explain things to them (that NRC is not going to harm them) will then have to take a step back. The mistrust between peacefools and other communities would just increase. Especially in states like Kerala, if there is even a mini-1921 religious riot a lot of fence sitters would jump to the non-peacefool side. Even the die-hard Hindu commie would have to tuck his tail and run for cover other wise.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 18:47

^^
You play soft and Modi wins.
You play hard and Modi wins.

The way Modi has setup the political game such that he wins with every turn. Theek hai.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby V_Raman » 13 Dec 2019 18:49

Can someone repoint to the 7 walls theory by RamaY?

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Kashi » 13 Dec 2019 18:53

Rahul Gandhi uvaach

"Instead of 'Make in India', this is 'R**e in India'"

https://twitter.com/Indian58612519/stat ... 2497012736

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Sachin » 13 Dec 2019 18:54

darshan wrote:Temples need to be liberated or awareness to not heavily donate to them needs to be done.

Note to derail this thread. But there is another bench in Supreme Court which is making Com. P. Vijayan and his commie+activist gang run around in circles :lol:.
Supreme Court asks Kerala govt to frame exclusive law for Sabarimala, sets Jan 2020 deadline. The immiediate impact would be that the main accomplice for the commie shenanigans in Kerala, the Travancore Devaswom Board would have to beg for funds. This organisation has been surviving on the donations from Sabari Mala, and has also been cross-subsidizing the management of around 30 other temples in Travancore region. Secondly when Kerala Govt. comes with a new law for Sabari Mala, it would also be out in the open and every group of people (devotees, hereditary priests, Hindu organisations) would get a chance to read it and review it. Any nefarious ideas of the commie gangs would get stopped even before it is rolled out. GoKL has been asked to frame laws after understanding how the Tirumala-Tirupathi temples' legal framework.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 13 Dec 2019 19:12

pankajs wrote:HC judgement is not the final word. The Parliament in supreme as far as law making in concerned. The challenge were from private Individual/parties and not from the political executive or the Parliament. The final word is yet to be written.

Just check what RS Prasad stated in the parliament during the recent discussion on CAB. To paraphrase ...

"Don't scare us with powers of Judiciary. Parliament is supreme as far as law making is concerned and if required Parliament can undo court verdict too as it has done in the past." Stated in reply to some CON "lawyer" (Sibal or PC ???) politician who insisted that CAB will not pass the judicial scrutiny during the discussion.

Law and article of the constitution can be interpreted, re-interpreted or even re-written if the PM has the political capital to pull it off.

PS: Was done in the context of the CAB but is applicable to all parts of the constitution. Such is the confidence of the PM and the work that has gone into the CAB bill preparation.

Infact, read the "liberal/progressive" commentary after the passage of CAB to know that the "activist" segment has already decided that SC is not going to act as the spoiler for the current GOI. They are talking of looking beyond the SC to the power of the streets and the collective, etc in their quest to stop GOI. Should tell you something but I am not going to state it in public.



here is the video of what RS Prasad stated in the parliament during the recent discussion on CAB



https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/parliament-has-right-to-undo-courts-verdicts-ravi-shankar-prasad/videoshow/72479956.cms

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 19:31

Sachin wrote:
darshan wrote:Temples need to be liberated or awareness to not heavily donate to them needs to be done.

Note to derail this thread. But there is another bench in Supreme Court which is making Com. P. Vijayan and his commie+activist gang run around in circles :lol:.
Supreme Court asks Kerala govt to frame exclusive law for Sabarimala, sets Jan 2020 deadline. The immiediate impact would be that the main accomplice for the commie shenanigans in Kerala, the Travancore Devaswom Board would have to beg for funds. This organisation has been surviving on the donations from Sabari Mala, and has also been cross-subsidizing the management of around 30 other temples in Travancore region. Secondly when Kerala Govt. comes with a new law for Sabari Mala, it would also be out in the open and every group of people (devotees, hereditary priests, Hindu organisations) would get a chance to read it and review it. Any nefarious ideas of the commie gangs would get stopped even before it is rolled out. GoKL has been asked to frame laws after understanding how the Tirumala-Tirupathi temples' legal framework.

And any tweak later has to go back to the court for approval. No more behind the scene machinations! AND every dispute will land it back on the SC plate from now forward.

Best thing to happen short of handing the temple back to the Hindus. No more private property of the government in power.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 19:45

https://twitter.com/timesofindia/status ... 3509595137
Times of India @timesofindia

Delay in Maharashtra cabinet expansion: 'We fear BJP may do a Karnataka'

Prafulla Marpakwar reports

Tehehe ... (Emulating a notorious ex TVanchor)

https://twitter.com/jsaideepak/status/1 ... 9306683392
Sai Deepak J @jsaideepak

3. Those who asked me if there was anything called de facto stay in law,should perhaps take their words back in light of today's orders.Thanks to them, de facto stay has become de jure stay.Without their petitions,this clarity wudnt have been possible :-p Swamiye Saranam Ayyappa.

Tehehe ... when you push too hard you sometimes encounter unmovable hard rock that blunts you push.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby IndraD » 13 Dec 2019 19:58

From NE to Mumbai & KA: several videos surface of muslims stone pelting trains, jamming high ways and damaging public property to protest against CAB

https://twitter.com/BBTheorist/status/1 ... 30400?s=20
https://twitter.com/manu_bajaj/status/1 ... 53056?s=20

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 13 Dec 2019 20:11

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUFy9A2rPTI&feature=youtu.be


Lutyens challenged the Ayodhya verdict and fanned fear of Hindutva. But lost the case & the credibility too.

The Supreme Court has dismissed the petitions seeking review of its November 9 Ayodhya verdict.

A review can be only filed on two grounds.

1. Apparent on the face of the record.
2. Discovery of a new material fact.

Both of which were not there in Ayodhya case. There are some people whose ‘divide & rule’ politics couldn’t be furthered & they were the ones behind this review petition & today that has failed too, and the anti-Hindu mindset has become the narrative as has been propagated & promoted in India by the Gandhi-Nehru family & Communists




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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 13 Dec 2019 20:15

No more trust in the political process or the judiciary ... Call for direct action as noted in my last few posts.

https://twitter.com/IndurChhugani/statu ... 2630264832
Indur Chhugani @IndurChhugani

Met some friends today.

They were suggesting a radical movement, to bring the BJP leaders to their senses fast.

Suggesting
Across India boycott all Gujarati run businesses. They said, within less than 30 days, pressure will built on Delhi to reform.

Retweet

Tehehe ...

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Karthik S » 13 Dec 2019 20:16

arshyam wrote:
Yagnasri wrote:Who is the idiot advised INC to do agitation in front of Indian High Commissions and Embassies on CAB? Don't the know that the average Indian voter does not like this at all.

Please share the source, sir. Would like to circulate it in my circle.


Not sure whose idea, but Sam Pitroda will be heading it.

https://www.aninews.in/news/national/ge ... 213154713/


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