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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby banrjeer » 31 Dec 2019 00:31

Karthik S wrote:Thank you Karthik.
I still feel that handlers know which buttons to push and cause violence and mayhem. I was surprised to see that Islamists still wanted to fight the govt thru guns and destruction of property despite knowing that treating them with kid gloves is the thing of the past especially in Delhi where Mota Bhai controls the police.
It takes just one more khutba on Jumma day to direct the charged up crowd to kill few Hindus inside a bus to start a riot.


What is new is the combination of violence protest and destruction and selective outrage only on the response. It was always there but they have done it at scale and also drawn blood.

Monetary compensation by Yogi is a great response. Still the current police force dies not have funding and training to cope and need a lot of growing up to do.

There was this incident where police detained a kid for making anti-caa rangoli.
https://www.indiatoday.in/india/story/c ... 2019-12-30

Was this staged ? This is after all a "Stalinist" state with control of police.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 31 Dec 2019 00:40

https://twitter.com/iAnkurSingh/status/ ... 4732567552
Ankur Singh @iAnkurSingh

Shiv Sena had 13 ministers when in alliance with BJP.

Shiv Sena left alliance to get 'Equal Share'

Now,
Shiv Sena- 9 ministers
NCP- 14 ministers
Congress- 10 ministers

Shiv Sena has lowest number of ministers. Paristhitiyon ke CM Uddhav Thackeray?

As noted before, Sena has the most to loose if the unholy Alliance falls apart and hence has the most stake in keeping it alive and therefore will have to make the maximum compromise during government formation. With BJP, it would likely have gotten 11-12 ministers instead of the 9 in the alliance.

The loudmouth Raut went into a funk and did not turn up for the swearing in because one of his relatives did not get a call. :rotfl: Funny how things turn up. Theek hai.
https://twitter.com/republic/status/1211531996385689605
Republic @republic

Sanjay Raut miffed over brother's exclusion from Maharashtra Cabinet ahead of expansion

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 31 Dec 2019 00:57

worth watching.

what this girl says fits right into the national mindset.


Leftist Exposed in #CAA_NRC_NPR

Very Well Explained by #Jammu Dogra Girl @kesar_akankasha

More Power to #JammuKashmir for exposing the #UrbanNaxals #TukdeTukdegang #KhanMarketGang #AwardWapsiGang



https://twitter.com/dograjournalist/status/1211178879102021632

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby vijayk » 31 Dec 2019 03:14



Please spread this widely ...

I convinced lot of reasonable people other than people ( who think Naidu was defeated by EVMs/Modi/Jagan, who hate Hinduism/RSS, who think Dumbocrats are greatest saving Indian democracy) with this video

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby vijayk » 31 Dec 2019 03:59

madhu wrote:UPA v/s NDA Pan India security analysis

Yearly Fatality data

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* More number of incidents throughout India happened during UPA than NDA
* Modi is really effective in controlling terror incidents outside disturbance zone than Manmohan

Major Incidents

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* More number of incidents initiated by terrorists happened during UPA than NDA throughout India
* Modi is really effective in controlling terror incidents outside disturbance zone than Manmohan

Yearly Suicide Attacks

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* UPA 0 suicide attacks in 2010 (1 yrs)
* After 26/11 UPA really controlled incidents in J & K
* Modi is better at nation wise in controlling suicide attack than Manmohan
* However more security people are killed (#59) under Modi due to explosion than Manmohan( 27# & 16#)

Yearly explosion data

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* More number of incidents throughout India happened during UPA than NDA
* More people got killed/ injured during UPA than in NDA
* Modi is really effective in controlling terror incidents outside disturbance zone than Manmohan


ManMohan had the fortune of Talban fighting violently against Pakis and Pakis busy on western front.
Americans bombing the hell out of Taliban with drones helped us a lot.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby ramana » 31 Dec 2019 06:36

YAN saved many lives in UP.

Prevented a bloodbath.


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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Kati » 31 Dec 2019 07:06

The Monumental Genocide of Bangladeshi Hindus by Muslims

https://drishtikone.com/2019/12/the-mon ... y-muslims/

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Postby Kati » 31 Dec 2019 07:06

^^^^^
Just fresh off the press.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby sanjaykumar » 31 Dec 2019 07:47

But secularism does not find this a religious issue, it is about economic advantage and class conflict, naa?

Only the same thing in (only) India would be religious violence only.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby ricky_v » 31 Dec 2019 09:18

https://www.rediff.com/news/column/police-and-the-phenomenon-of-muslims-hatred/20191230.htm
Bapat said he didn't think L K Advani's 1990 rath yatra was the cause of the riots that erupted as it travelled from Gujarat to Ayodhya, exhorting Hindus to demolish the Babri Masjid. Communal tension was generated only because of opposition to the yatra by Muslims gathering on its route, said Bapat.

This is the mindset that reacts to the sight of Muslims burning public property and worse, stoning the police. We must not forget that.

When faced with violent protesters, the police is expected to disperse them, even firing on them as a last resort, but to wound, not kill. It is only in self-defence that police can fire to kill.

But when have our cops ever followed the rules when it comes to crowd control? And when have they been held accountable for not doing so?

Remember the police massacres of tribals (Indravalli, in then Andhra Pradesh 1981), Dalits in Ramabai Nagar, Mumbai (1997), tea plantation workers (Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, 1999), alleged sandalwood smugglers, Andhra Pradesh (2015), villagers protesting against Vedanta's Sterlite copper factory, Thoothukudi, Tamil Nadu (2018)?

Good piece on the insight of the perpetually oppressed:
1) They want a free hand to protest with regular bus bonfires. The police has been less than accomodating in this noble quest.
2) Micro-versions of this are now ready to be circulated in the sm verse for a new day of rage and hurt. The questions asked will be now
Yes all that is fine, but do you not agree that the police is biased against a certain minority. Why should they not protest what they perceive as an invasion of their rights by the state mechanism.
The aim is to make a forward policy of idealogy; to normalize suspicion of the institution brick by brick so that slowly nobody is willing to defend the structure.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby CRamS » 31 Dec 2019 09:32

RamanaGaru and gurus, I am trying to understand the modus operendi of the BIF at work. Every one of them is waxing eloquent on the preamble of the constituion, the national anthem. The sheer brazen fakery is breath taking and makes me puke. But the question I have is this. What is their game plan? Because by invoking constitution and national anthem, aren't they shooting themselves in the foot? Because the same BIF gang wants India to give 'Independence' to Kashmir Muslims. How will they use Indian constitution for that?

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

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Postby Vikas » 31 Dec 2019 09:51

CRamS, BIF strategy is - whatever works without any accountability.
They would conveniently forget constitution and democratic right of the govt when it is inconvenient for them. Haven't we seen this dance and drama in the past.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby hnair » 31 Dec 2019 09:55



So article claims the British introduced the stick and taught us how to use it? :lol: :lol:

Also it seems the only one in a billion people that the dude who wrote article can find in India is one Suresh of PUCL, who seem to be Yelp-kind of reviewer of non lethal anti-riot gear. “I tried out its services, by spitting at a cop in a riot zone. It is better than a boot but lesser than a slap”

Wonder what riot cops use in civilized world? Teddy bears dipped in talc?

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Kaivalya » 31 Dec 2019 10:34

ramana wrote:YAN saved many lives in UP.

Prevented a bloodbath.


+100. Delhi, UP, Mangalore ( Armory robbery expose /fake journalist expose), Bengaluru cops did better than before with their limited resources. Fake outrage and stone pelting industry was managed better ( drone pictures of roofs, autorickshaws etc )

Now everyone seems to put the blame on poor communication from government except gullible idiots/thugs were rabble roused by selfish congoons and similar parties.

+1 to Bipin Rawatji who defined real meaning of leadership.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Santosh » 31 Dec 2019 11:05

chetak wrote:
Vikas wrote:Do the gentle Rakshaks think that BIF and Tukde-Tukde gang has revealed all its cards with NRC or there are still some arrows left in the quiver ? Is this violence and noise just a next step on the escalatory ladder or have they jumped hoops and directly gone for the kill ?
I personally think that not much gas is left in BIF tanks for now after this except for violent riots next year to consolidate E-J vote.


trailer onlee.
picture abhi baaki hai.
the waters have been tested and at the same time the govt is now forearmed.
More video cameras == more masked faces == more high resolution drone cameras.
means that crowds now will have to be infiltrated to garner intelligence.

Dr Pradhan's hypothesis is that violent protests stopped as abruptly as they started. Reason being Pak was decisively hit in PoK. CAA was amply clear from LS and RS speeches by AS. I don't believe that wrong info was fed to Muslims and they were misled. It was deliberate ploy by BIF to escalate. BJP used this opportunity to get Hindus on the streets. More efforts need to be taken to get Hindus on the streets because they have their heads stuck in sand. Hindus need to get comfortable coming out and owning the street. Trailer needs to be used properly.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 31 Dec 2019 11:30

Prem Kumar wrote:I don't think we have seen the last rung of the escalation ladder from BIFs. The reason a Godhra like incident didn't happen because Congress/Muslims fear that it will polarize Hindus decisively towards Modi. This was even tried in U.P where they tried to burn down the building with 30 odd policemen in it. Its thanks to Yogi that this didn't succeed.

Muslims started low level violence ever since 2019 LS victory of Modi. They turned it up a notch now. Once NRC comes, we can expect more. Imagine officials trying to enter a Muslim ghetto to detain a few Bangladeshis.

It must be done with an iron hand - paramilitary forces must be involved. Especially in non-BJP ruled states.


Godra has changed forever the crowd dynamics that existed prior to the burning the train coaches.

This changed narrative surprised the Hindus as well as the pissfuls who have now been effectively distanced from their sickular BIF protectors.

The Hindus are generally slow to anger and reluctant to mobilize and often don't react mainly due to community inertia but godra has shown the way as it has opened the eyes on both sides of the divide

The pissfuls are very careful not to cross red lines and provoke this reaction. This time the isolation of the pissfuls will be unmitigatedly more prolonged, much enlarged in scope and economically very damaging to them and they will be forced to retreat into ghettoes because they are unfit to exist in a modern social milieu.

they have existed since time immemorial only through the violent imposition of their toxic narrative as they have no logic or even the slightest pretense of gaining acceptance through a logical testimonial fairly expounded.

There are already some musings on the net about the involvement of george soros in the on going disturbances in france, hong kong and other places and now India.

in all these various disturbances, it tends to fit the pattern of violence because of the invisible instigators behind these coordinated crowds, and the financing that is obviously the very lifeblood of such large scale protests and that aspect is beyond a point wholly shrouded in mystery.

With cashmere off the table for the moment, the BIF has opened a new front to regain their lost narrative and through that assert their political vetos once again.
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Postby Hari Seldon » 31 Dec 2019 11:53

BIF's new-ish tactic is to have tricolors for the cameras at anti CAA rallies-cum-riots. New-ish and not new coz kejri n AAP used this effectively in DL 2013-15 timeframe.

Counter street rallies by pro-CAA PIF crowd with more than a dash of saffron is interesting to watch. With the amplifying power of socMedia, hajaar more common folk are getting used to the idea that marching in the street is 'normal' only, that lathi on rioter arse is oh-so-normal too. The slowly un-silenting of the support for cops against rioters, particularly in UP, is stark and very welcome. Only.

Viral images of stone-throwing, open rioting by skullcaps, ya-illa-lalala, use of mainority women n children as human shields, the poison spewed by the same womn-n-children pointing to toxic indoctrination etc are all over whatsapp and tik-tok. Too late to put that genie into the bottle.

I welcome more self-goals by BIF of this nature. And may they sink the psec parties also alongside. Only.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby ramana » 31 Dec 2019 12:09

Chetak, The pattern of violence is not being noted.
First Assam due to misperception that they would be swamped by Bangladeshi Hindus. Last couple of days.
The Jihadidi started the Muslim angle and empowered rioters to attack Central govt property like Railways. Again two days.
Delhi with Jamia Islamia.
Simultaneously riots in non BJP states. Again two days.
Then riots in BJP ruled states. Early reports of violence in Mangalore and Muzzafarnagar. Aligarh Muslim Uty.

Now slowly the fog is lifting and reports of how law and order were maintained despite grave provocations, injuries to policemen.


All this continuing the violence could not have happened just like that with out deft movement of additional reserve forces.

Now think why the short two day rein of terror?

Any longer would invite Army deployment

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby madhu » 31 Dec 2019 12:17

UPA v/s NDA Naxal effect analysis

Yearly surrender Attacks

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*Huge number of Naxal surrendered during Modi time.
*Clearly indicating modi’s development activity worked in his favor
*Number of people arrested during Modi time is substantial indicating iron fist to crush Naxal
*This is clear from the frustration shown as 2018 Sukma attack to rejuvenate Naxalism

Major Incidents

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*Worst Naxal problem throughout India happened under UPA,
UPA2 being the worst ever in Indian history
*Modi is really effective in controlling Naxal than Manmohan
*This is clear from the frustration shown as 2018 Sukma attack

Yearly Fatality data

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More number of Naxal incidents throughout India happened during UPA than NDA
Modi is really effective in controlling Naxal incidents than Manmohan

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Karthik S » 31 Dec 2019 12:17

I thought WION and palki were level headed. But in recent tweet she is also indulging in negative propaganda stating India's credentials are at stake, 16 phoren countries have expressed concerns etc.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 31 Dec 2019 12:23

ramana wrote:Chetak, The pattern of violence is not being noted.
First Assam due to misperception that they would be swamped by Bangladeshi Hindus. Last couple of days.
The Jihadidi started the Muslim angle and empowered rioters to attack Central govt property like Railways. Again two days.
Delhi with Jamia Islamia.
Simultaneously riots in non BJP states. Again two days.
Then riots in BJP ruled states. Early reports of violence in Mangalore and Muzzafarnagar. Aligarh Muslim Uty.

Now slowly the fog is lifting and reports of how law and order were maintained despite grave provocations, injuries to policemen.


All this continuing the violence could not have happened just like that with out deft movement of additional reserve forces.

Now think why the short two day rein of terror?

Any longer would invite Army deployment


The pattern you have pointed out is as unmistakable saar as it is revealing but how has the coordination and the rapid shift of the focus point been coordinated over a wide geographical area.

It requires a powerful entity/entities to do this.

The PFI and its home grown red herrings just do not have either the wherewithal or even the malum to do this on such a large scale.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 31 Dec 2019 12:25

Karthik S wrote:I thought WION and palki were level headed. But in recent tweet she is also indulging in negative propaganda stating India's credentials are at stake, 16 phoren countries have expressed concerns etc.


there is big money in getting opinion makers/influencers to spread a specific strain of the poison.

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Postby Hari Seldon » 31 Dec 2019 12:31

ramana wrote:Now think why the short two day rein of terror?

Any longer would invite Army deployment


Would army be deployed even if the said state govt did not ask for the same? Just curious if there are any precedents for the same. WB is a fit case, going by that story.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby ramana » 31 Dec 2019 12:35

If needed with President's Rule.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby ramana » 31 Dec 2019 12:38

Chetak, Don't you think it's being looked into?

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Postby Vikas » 31 Dec 2019 12:39

Is there a case to be made that Bharat be formally declared a Hindu Rashtra where Indics will get primacy if there is a conflict between Indic and non-Indic religions on any issue ?

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Postby chetak » 31 Dec 2019 12:50

ramana wrote:Chetak, Don't you think it's being looked into?


Sirji,

this is the first govt that is completely aware of the BIF and its machinations and is acting in the national interest.

the earlier govts were either complicit in the BIF process or pretending to be asleep.

the changed narrative has caused a huge epidemic of itching in the nether regions and has vastly increased the sales of burnol and allied products among the BIF.

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Postby chetak » 31 Dec 2019 12:53

Vikas wrote:Is there a case to be made that Bharat be formally declared a Hindu Rashtra where Indics will get primacy if there is a conflict between Indic and non-Indic religions on any issue ?


there are ways to do that short of actually declaring it :mrgreen:

Several articles in the present constitution have to be amended first thereby creating a level playing field.

An obstacle to our progress is that India has an increasingly ineffective elite, a colonial non-intellectual business elite that doesn't believe in India. These naxals/commies have dominated the narrative in the past 70 odd years and all of them operate out of their privileged lootyens playgrounds and they have tailored the narrative to suit themselves by excluding the majority and including the deliberately empowered minority.

It's critical we recognize these aspects of the country in order to reorient its future in the indic direction.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Yagnasri » 31 Dec 2019 13:05

A level playing field will ensure power to Hindus. Common Civil Code, Freeing the temples to the control of common Hindus( not political leaders and money bags.), Right to have our own educations and religious institutions similar to minorities under the constitution will help us a lot.

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Postby Vikas » 31 Dec 2019 13:26

@Yagnasri Ji, Problem is that without formal declarations, The level playing field can be taken back by any Minority-Pasand govt of the future. Imagine in year 2040, There is a Christo-Islamic Ijtehad Party which sweeps in Xtian-Islamic dominated areas and becomes part of some faction ridden front claiming Home and Finance ministry.
What you have mentioned should be a normal for any Secular state.

@chetak There are too many ineffective nuts and bolts in the system currently and most of them are RAPE class without the "R". If you don't declare it, It does not exist. De-facto is a norm till De-jure is weak.
Very soon we will have Non-Indic population catch up to the level where they don't have to depend upon Hindu political leaders for entitlements and veto power. Before the day arrives, Should we not secure our future by making binding declarations in constitution which would be hard to remove for any future govt.

Just a thought for chewing.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Karthik S » 31 Dec 2019 13:38

Vikas wrote:Is there a case to be made that Bharat be formally declared a Hindu Rashtra where Indics will get primacy if there is a conflict between Indic and non-Indic religions on any issue ?


As long as indic faiths are "de facto" state religion, it doesn't matter if a declaration is made or not. i.e. it won't matter if it's not "de jure". With CAA, the notion that India is home to persecuted faiths of Indic faith (with the exception of X) is strengthened more. I wish it's extended to all indics all across the globe as well. May be it will be done moving forward.

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Postby chetak » 31 Dec 2019 14:01

Vikas wrote:@Yagnasri Ji, Problem is that without formal declarations, The level playing field can be taken back by any Minority-Pasand govt of the future. Imagine in year 2040, There is a Christo-Islamic Ijtehad Party which sweeps in Xtian-Islamic dominated areas and becomes part of some faction ridden front claiming Home and Finance ministry.
What you have mentioned should be a normal for any Secular state.

@chetak There are too many ineffective nuts and bolts in the system currently and most of them are RAPE class without the "R". If you don't declare it, It does not exist. De-facto is a norm till De-jure is weak.
Very soon we will have Non-Indic population catch up to the level where they don't have to depend upon Hindu political leaders for entitlements and veto power. Before the day arrives, Should we not secure our future by making binding declarations in constitution which would be hard to remove for any future govt.

Just a thought for chewing.


Vikas ji

that is why the constitution needs to be amended. It will take quite some doing to muster up a 2/3 majority once again by anyone else.

The word "minority" is neither defined in the constitution nor is it sacrosanct because the so called minorities in India are in majority in the rest of the world.

and furthermore, no country anywhere else has ever declared the Hindus as a minority.

why have we done so and under whose compulsion has it been done. There should have been a referendum before such a foolish thing was done unilaterally.

This and many other such follies and pitfalls happened because power was "transferred" to us and we did not get freedom in the true sense of the term as is being loudly avowed by many ersatz "freedom fighters" and freedom fighting parties.

If we had indeed wrested freedom, the politico social system would have been reset with an Indic mindset instead of merely replacing the white baboo(n) with a brown baboo(n), copied the colonial judicial system, and the repressive colonial police merely changed masters from white to brown and till to date continues to perform its repressive colonial role serving dhothi/kurta pyjama clad "leaders" as opposed to the viceroy and the queen. Why do we still have "collectors" and what do they collect, apart from the usual and obvious "grateful" offerings

The only national institutions that have evolved with a truly nationalistic India and indic flavor and indic thought process that has developed organically overcoming its deeply embedded colonial roots are the Armed Forces.

we should never forget that the congi party was established by the british along with some Indians and like in the days of yore, it is today being run by some eyetalian mafia family instead of some white skin britshit commies.

with the exception of Patel and his ilk, the rest of the congi "leadership" were catspaws of the BIF in the form of the britishit commies who arranged for the "transfer of power".



They lacked intellectual heft and mistook anglicized social polish for the shallow veneer it actually brought and fooled themselves as they scrambled to occupy seats at the international high table where they were force fed scraps from those glittering tables to keep them satiated.

edwina's role in leading some of our priapic leadership to give away the country and allow the BIF free reign to wreak the havoc that they eventually did cannot be underestimated. Atlee's govt should have been grateful to her for her "services".

or, why else would a tosser like corbin think that he had the god given right to comment on the internal affairs of India :mrgreen:

Also, we should never disregard the fact that the britshit commies were in power when the so called power was "transferred" to us. That's how they managed a minority guy as the education minister and that's how the Indian commies/minorities rewrote our history and built for themselves an impregnable citadel in the very heart of India and proceeded to dominate the narrative for the past seven odd decades by capturing educational institutions, media, judiciary, bureaucracy, and the entertainment media and through dominating these institutions acquire political power to punch far above their weight, control the national narrative, all to the detriment of the majority.

They started to unravel with the advent of the enormously powerful social media which took the narrative away from them and gave this power directly into the hands of the common people.
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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 31 Dec 2019 14:34

https://twitter.com/sardesairajdeep/sta ... 7305151490
Rajdeep Sardesai @sardesairajdeep

At last count, the new Maharashtra Govt has 14 sons, daughters, nephews, grandsons of prominent politicians as ministers! Wonder if this is the highest that any Govt in the country has ever had? .. It’s all in the family! Sarkar hee Parivaar!

That is 14 out of 33 ministers!

Anyone remember what happened to JDS in Karnataka after the families gambit to occupy all party positions/seats?

https://twitter.com/iMac_too/status/1211668341288570880
iMac_too @iMac_too

As pointed out by @Imlegendof92, Shivsena ministry list is a landmine. 3 highlighted ministers are Kaka-Con plants. And rest are non-kattar Shivsainiks selected by Pappu Jr. Old guard with little bit of hindutva from last ministry Kesarkar, Raote, Kadam, Waikar, Patil are omitted

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Vikas » 31 Dec 2019 15:59

pankajs wrote:https://twitter.com/sardesairajdeep/status/1211654597305151490
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At last count, the new Maharashtra Govt has 14 sons, daughters, nephews, grandsons of prominent politicians as ministers! Wonder if this is the highest that any Govt in the country has ever had? .. It’s all in the family! Sarkar hee Parivaar!

That is 14 out of 33 ministers!

Anyone remember what happened to JDS in Karnataka after the families gambit to occupy all party positions/seats?

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As pointed out by @Imlegendof92, Shivsena ministry list is a landmine. 3 highlighted ministers are Kaka-Con plants. And rest are non-kattar Shivsainiks selected by Pappu Jr. Old guard with little bit of hindutva from last ministry Kesarkar, Raote, Kadam, Waikar, Patil are omitted


I am surprised that this is even a news. In India, Most of us assume that sons, daughters and nephews will inherit the political gaddi especially in regional & Congress party.
The word used is ,'Being Groomed' for future role. The other word used by media is 'Plum ministries/postings' which is euphemism for Corruption and no one even bats a eyelid these days.

Its only the BJP and NM/AS which has spoiled the party by upholding the political morals.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Vikas » 31 Dec 2019 16:22

So I am into a argument on LinkedIn with some clown who calls Modi as violating Minority rights and is foisting Majority rule on Minority. Calls me racist when I pointed out that Not all religion preach love and harmony (Google Kaffir and Heathen) and that Islam is way of life (Nothing wrong with that) and one can not keep social Islam from Political and that claiming oneself to be a Hindu first and then bashing Hindu Dharma is not an excuse to be not called out.
Now even LinkedIn is becoming battle ground for political ideology. I am not into fighting political battles on LinkedIn but Fu* you if you are going to bash my country, religion and Leader. Not for nothing I am serving permanent ban on twitter.

For some reason, Every rookie on this debate assumes that Hindu Rashtra would result in Bharat becoming mirror image of Malasi Countries.

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Postby Vikas » 31 Dec 2019 16:28

Meanwhile Fake Gandhis have surrendered to Hinduism as propagated by Original Gandhi. Now a half Italian, half roman Catholic will teach Hinduism to a Sanyasi.

"She had also advised Adityanath to follow the tenets of Hinduism, where she said there was no place for revenge and violence."

Makes me wonder what was the purpose of existence of Devi Chamunda ?

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Rsatchi » 31 Dec 2019 16:39

Vikas wrote:Meanwhile Fake Gandhis have surrendered to Hinduism as propagated by Original Gandhi. Now a half Italian, half roman Catholic will teach Hinduism to a Sanyasi.

"She had also advised Adityanath to follow the tenets of Hinduism, where she said there was no place for revenge and violence."

Makes me wonder what was the purpose of existence of Devi Chamunda ?

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby milindc » 31 Dec 2019 20:28

Vikas wrote:So I am into a argument on LinkedIn with some clown who calls Modi as violating Minority rights and is foisting Majority rule on Minority. Calls me racist when I pointed out that Not all religion preach love and harmony (Google Kaffir and Heathen) and that Islam is way of life (Nothing wrong with that) and one can not keep social Islam from Political and that claiming oneself to be a Hindu first and then bashing Hindu Dharma is not an excuse to be not called out.
Now even LinkedIn is becoming battle ground for political ideology. I am not into fighting political battles on LinkedIn but Fu* you if you are going to bash my country, religion and Leader. Not for nothing I am serving permanent ban on twitter.

For some reason, Every rookie on this debate assumes that Hindu Rashtra would result in Bharat becoming mirror image of Malasi Countries.


Take the high road on LinkedIn.. no point getting into an argument there. Just deflect by branding him a troll and advising him/her to do politics on Twitter.. works wonder and destroys their credibility.


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