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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby KJo » 21 Oct 2019 20:43

RKumar wrote:Worth the time, every minute is worth to counter English ...



Wherever there's an Indian, there's a paki who comes out of the woodwork to make a pest of him/her self.
Scroll to 31:30 where a paki woman brings up Cashmere until she is told to shut up by the moderator and then by the audience.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 21 Oct 2019 20:46

Oy hoy ho ho ha ha ...

Just heard the India Today anchor say on TV, the poorer the voter the more the propensity it seems they have to vote for BJP. He seems to be seeing this in his poll data.

Bhellu .. How did BJP become the DEFAULT party of the poor? IF one had carefully noted what that bleddy Mudi was up to over the past 2-4 years, they would have spotted his play for the poor vote.

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=7724&start=2400#p2388694
pankajs wrote:1. BJP does not care for the uber-yinduvadi vote. Modi knows it is volatile and has worked very hard for the first 5 years of his term to create a sizable buffer to account for some vote defection because Modi did not follow the exact script laid out by these folks. None of the yindu core issues were addressed in the first 5 years yet Modi/BJP increased their vote share by 6-9%. That was quite a swing by any measure. Modi has the pulse of the yindu people except for the uber-yinduvadis.

That bleddy Mudi is here to implement his own agenda per his own script and at his own pace. Paying some attention to the moves of this master politician and some critical thinking would have saved some folks a lot of grief.

Better to understand the method to Modi's madness than pull out ones own hair in frustration. The other option is to trust him fully and leave it at that.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby ramana » 22 Oct 2019 05:29

From poll of polls reported by NDTV, BJP is set to sweep Maharashtra and Harayana.

Don't want to rub it in but Pawar has been going to Hanuman temple!!!

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby nachiket » 22 Oct 2019 05:48

ramana wrote:From poll of polls reported by NDTV, BJP is set to sweep Maharashtra and Harayana.

Don't want to rub it in but Pawar has been going to Hanuman temple!!!

Taqqiya! His daughter opposed Satyanarayan puja at Fergusson college in Pune last year because, I quote "Maharashtra is progressive and tolerant." :lol:

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

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pankajs wrote:Oy hoy ho ho ha ha ...

Just heard the India Today anchor say on TV, the poorer the voter the more the propensity it seems they have to vote for BJP. He seems to be seeing this in his poll data.

Bhellu .. How did BJP become the DEFAULT party of the poor? IF one had carefully noted what that bleddy Mudi was up to over the past 2-4 years, they would have spotted his play for the poor vote.

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=7724&start=2400#p2388694
pankajs wrote:1. BJP does not care for the uber-yinduvadi vote. Modi knows it is volatile and has worked very hard for the first 5 years of his term to create a sizable buffer to account for some vote defection because Modi did not follow the exact script laid out by these folks. None of the yindu core issues were addressed in the first 5 years yet Modi/BJP increased their vote share by 6-9%. That was quite a swing by any measure. Modi has the pulse of the yindu people except for the uber-yinduvadis.

That bleddy Mudi is here to implement his own agenda per his own script and at his own pace. Paying some attention to the moves of this master politician and some critical thinking would have saved some folks a lot of grief.

Better to understand the method to Modi's madness than pull out ones own hair in frustration. The other option is to trust him fully and leave it at that.



Very capable behind the scenes team sir.. away from spotlight let's say a BRF capable ++

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Postby UlanBatori » 22 Oct 2019 06:48

About new Nobel Laureate: (facts not verified: the "C" in UBCN proudly stands for Conspiracy)

*Why Abhijit Banerjee had started spewing vitriol moment he got his hands on Nobel*
So-called Nobel Economics Prize for 2019 awarded to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer for studies on poverty _as part of Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab_
Much Married Banerjee had a love child with Esther. He was also her supervisor. Banerjee is JNU alumni.
Amartya Sen got Nobel Economics Prize after marrying Emma Georgina Rothschild.
Now Abhijit Banerjee get one after marrying his former doctoral student Esther Duflo.
By the way, Amartya Sen was their matchmaker.
Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (JPAL) is a very shady outfit that works with notorious organizations like Ford Foundation and terrorist-linked Saudi Abdul Latif Jameel family that had a role in supplying Toyota cars to ISIS.
Funny facts:
US Citizen Abhijit Vinayak Banerjee officially became Christian after marrying Esther
Former IAS Iqbal Dhaliwal is Executive Director of J-PAL.
Dhaliwal is married to another Amartya Sen protegée Gita Gopinath
What a network of inbreeding Lutyen's gang.
Abhijeet Banerjee (much like his mentor Amartya Sen) is a rabid Modi hater.
No wonder he has started spewing venom overnight on India's economy.
He was the one who framed the populist #Nyay scheme of RahulGandhi during elections to follow up on Sen's MNREGA debacle
This Ford foundation caucus are cheerleaders of #Pappu
_The latest book of Abhijeet Banerjee was co-edited with Gita Gopinath, Raghuram Rajan, and Mihir S. Sharma._
Mihir Sharma of all people, is the Congress party's media lobbyist.
Need say more ??!!..


Whole thing stinks of the frisco dump CIIS where Angana C owned the golas of her thesis advisor Shapiro, etc. Don't these places have any rules against this sort of hootchie-kootchie? (this was Harvard-MIT, same as JNU?)

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby ramana » 22 Oct 2019 07:33

Once BJP wins Maharashtra is a new age.
Its the end of sugar lobby and criminals in politics.
Its the rise of new Peshwa.
One Indian historian in "The Founding of Maratha Freedom" marks the decline of Marathas with that fateful day of 26 February 1296 when Alauddin Khilji descended on Deogiri and laid waste to Deccan and changed all that was old into turmoil
His raid divided the lands into those who collaborate with criminals and those who opposes them.
We see this across the board in Telangana, Madurai, Mysore to British times to post independence.
Its a great day today.

We will now how great on 24 October.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby sanjaykumar » 22 Oct 2019 09:17

KJo wrote:
RKumar wrote:Worth the time, every minute is worth to counter English ...



Wherever there's an Indian, there's a paki who comes out of the woodwork to make a pest of him/her self.
Scroll to 31:30 where a paki woman brings up Cashmere until she is told to shut up by the moderator and then by the audience.



The Paki bimbo is an ISI plant. Good looking, passable English, inoffensive manner. Hope she didn't spend the 20 bucks all at once.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Prasad » 22 Oct 2019 09:23

pankajs wrote:Oy hoy ho ho ha ha ...

Just heard the India Today anchor say on TV, the poorer the voter the more the propensity it seems they have to vote for BJP. He seems to be seeing this in his poll data.

Bhellu .. How did BJP become the DEFAULT party of the poor? IF one had carefully noted what that bleddy Mudi was up to over the past 2-4 years, they would have spotted his play for the poor vote.

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=7724&start=2400#p2388694
pankajs wrote:1. BJP does not care for the uber-yinduvadi vote. Modi knows it is volatile and has worked very hard for the first 5 years of his term to create a sizable buffer to account for some vote defection because Modi did not follow the exact script laid out by these folks. None of the yindu core issues were addressed in the first 5 years yet Modi/BJP increased their vote share by 6-9%. That was quite a swing by any measure. Modi has the pulse of the yindu people except for the uber-yinduvadis.

That bleddy Mudi is here to implement his own agenda per his own script and at his own pace. Paying some attention to the moves of this master politician and some critical thinking would have saved some folks a lot of grief.

Better to understand the method to Modi's madness than pull out ones own hair in frustration. The other option is to trust him fully and leave it at that.

I don't think anyone here or elsewhere downplay's the importance of pulling up the folks at the bottom of the economic ladder. EJs and vultures abound to prey. Just that the mahatma mudi image is grating while people are getting killed and he criticizes gaurakshaks openly but says nothing at all about all the murders and lawlessness the actual cow smugglers create. Still, TINA.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Sachin » 22 Oct 2019 09:43

Looks like Congress has scored another "own goal" in the Savarkar issue ;). And the disconnect between various factions of INC seems to be now getting more open. "Secularism" will die if this continues and we may have to depend on CPI(M) and CPI to save it ;).
Congress finds Savarkar's role in freedom struggle

MH and HY seems to be going the BJP way. Again major "blow to secularism" if this happens.
Assembly Elections: BJP predicted to win 2/3rd majority

Mean while for few in KA, it is time to make another visit to the IT/CBI/ED office.
I-T sleuths question Parameshwara for second time

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Santosh » 22 Oct 2019 09:58

ramana wrote:Once BJP wins Maharashtra is a new age.
Its the end of sugar lobby and criminals in politics.
Its the rise of new Peshwa.
One Indian historian in "The Founding of Maratha Freedom" marks the decline of Marathas with that fateful day of 26 February 1296 when Alauddin Khilji descended on Deogiri and laid waste to Deccan and changed all that was old into turmoil
His raid divided the lands into those who collaborate with criminals and those who opposes them.
We see this across the board in Telangana, Madurai, Mysore to British times to post independence.
Its a great day today.

We will now how great on 24 October.

I hope BJP wins enough seats to form stable govt on its own along with Athavle and independents. Shiv Sena is not a reliable partner and will do a Nitish at first opportunity. They have already said that their goal is to install Shiv Sena candidate as CM asap. I hope Shiv Sena loses a few seats in the interest of stable 5 year term. The fact that BJP roll out a high intensity election campaign also suggests that they want to win as many as possible and provide stable govt on their own.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 22 Oct 2019 10:53

https://twitter.com/YRDeshmukh/status/1 ... 0302141440
Yashwant Deshmukh @YRDeshmukh

I am afraid, not even the core. Essentially the local level anti-NDA candidate voters. And we are getting some really surprising trends among minority voters this time. One can say they are shocking to some extent.

What does it mean?

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 22 Oct 2019 10:56

A thread on the Prophet by a self-confessed communist
https://twitter.com/UmarKhalidJNU/statu ... 0163328000
Umar Khalid @UmarKhalidJNU

Thread:
The Hindutva brigade is desperate to divide. In their hatred for Muslims & Islam they are now openly abusing the Prophet. How do we respond? The life of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) teaches us that the best way to respond to hatred is by love & compassion.
#ProphetofCompassion

In reply, a thread
https://twitter.com/Aabhas24/status/1186230008412422146
Aabhas Maldahiyar | आभास मलदहियार @Aabhas24

#SadarPranam fake Comrade. Aren’t you son of SQR Ilyas,member of Central Advisory Council of Jamaat-e-Islami_Hind whose motto is Iqaamat-e-Deen?

Do u condemn your father’s affiliation being a communist.

Well u may not but,here I expose lies in ur thread in below thread. 1/n

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Sachin » 22 Oct 2019 11:36

pankajs wrote:Just heard the India Today anchor say on TV, the poorer the voter the more the propensity it seems they have to vote for BJP. He seems to be seeing this in his poll data.

This seems to be the best strategy. From what I have observed, the poorer strata are folks who are much more easy to understand and whose expectations can be handled much quicker. All these Core Group etc are the richer middle class gang who have this tendency to expect hard work to be put in by some one else. Even in cases like the Sabari Mala temple issue in KL, the street level protesting had participation more from the lower middle class, and the poorer sections. EJs etc. also target these groups, perhaps because they may have more insecure feelings (and can also be more vulnerable to emotional level tactics).

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Rsatchi » 22 Oct 2019 11:37

pankajs wrote:A thread on the Prophet by a self-confessed communist
https://twitter.com/UmarKhalidJNU/statu ... 0163328000
Umar Khalid @UmarKhalidJNU

Thread:
The Hindutva brigade is desperate to divide. In their hatred for Muslims & Islam they are now openly abusing the Prophet. How do we respond? The life of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) teaches us that the best way to respond to hatred is by love & compassion.
#ProphetofCompassion

In reply, a thread
https://twitter.com/Aabhas24/status/1186230008412422146
Aabhas Maldahiyar | आभास मलदहियार @Aabhas24

#SadarPranam fake Comrade. Aren’t you son of SQR Ilyas,member of Central Advisory Council of Jamaat-e-Islami_Hind whose motto is Iqaamat-e-Deen?

Do u condemn your father’s affiliation being a communist.

Well u may not but,here I expose lies in ur thread in below thread. 1/n

In the same vein please listen from 1.24 onwards: why bring this shit of Chinese car driver asking a 'peaceful Indian' about Buddhist in India and talking about Buddhist temple destruction.
What is he talking about??
'Peaceful demonstration' against the possible verdict! :shock:

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 22 Oct 2019 12:01

Sachin wrote:
pankajs wrote:Just heard the India Today anchor say on TV, the poorer the voter the more the propensity it seems they have to vote for BJP. He seems to be seeing this in his poll data.

This seems to be the best strategy. From what I have observed, the poorer strata are folks who are much more easy to understand and whose expectations can be handled much quicker. All these Core Group etc are the richer middle class gang who have this tendency to expect hard work to be put in by some one else. Even in cases like the Sabari Mala temple issue in KL, the street level protesting had participation more from the lower middle class, and the poorer sections. EJs etc. also target these groups, perhaps because they may have more insecure feelings (and can also be more vulnerable to emotional level tactics).

Exactly ...

1. Easier to satisfy them. A gas stove or a bank account or Rs 6k a year ... uber-yinduvadis will ask for the sky and even then threaten to press NOTA if not vote for the opposition if their sensibility is offended.

2. As you have pointed out, their demands can be satisfied much quicker/faster. Mostly economic/infra demands are in the administrative realm.

3. As you and others have pointed out, most conversions happen because of poverty and/or hopelessness. First order of priority is to give poor their basic and give them hope of a brighter future based on delivery.

4. Plus there is this reality that there are much more poor but unreached folks than there are under-yinduvadis. Numbers are always a part of electoral politics.

5. Poor folks tend to stick around a lot longer once they are convinced about your sincerity. How many elections have the CON milked the poor in the name of Indira amma for her "Garibi hatao" slogan?

OTOH, under-yinduvadis will threaten a NOTA if Modi even shakes hand with a bollywoodia at a public function. SPOT the difference!

Modi may be many things but he definitely is not a fool.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 22 Oct 2019 14:23

Start @ 18:22



If you dive into the data and look at the question that asks what is it that drove your voting behavior, what issue matter most to you?

There have been lot of talk of the abrogation of A.370 and the impact that it will have BUT that is ONLY 2%.

What mattered most in deciding the voting preferences?
44% Development
11% Price rise
10% Unemployment
8% Local candidate
6% Political party
4% farmer distress
3% economic condition
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A.370 or Balakot energizes the base and gives a halo to the political leaders but it does not drive the majority of the vote. Energy and halo are important to leaders and in winning but only on the back of good work. Halo helps tide over missteps and over difficult time by creating a trust between the leader and the masses. No work and the energy and halo fades.

One reason why Amit Shah has given a round of interviews just this past week. While the reason for the interview was the upcoming Assembly elections, I think it was to paint the A.370 halo firmly around Shah given that he is the most likely successor to Modi or at least that is how Modi seems to have planned.

Btw, it just occurred to me that the flurry of interviews also signaled the GOI's view the that most dangerous phase in Kashmir following A.370 abrogation is over. I think the next 2 months are going to be critical as well.

Modi understand politics better than most, one reason he is the PM while our uber-yinduvadis toil away in obscurity. Sad but true.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 22 Oct 2019 15:19

Read the last two tweet in the image. Disunity amongst the presstitutes. Mudi mast razine.

Image

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 22 Oct 2019 15:34

twitter


“Mahatma Gandhi picked up the idea of Non Violence from Islam “ : Rahul Gandhi


Either this Gandhi is a fool or other one.




https://twitter.com/Kamallochanm/status/1185567549674741760
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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby ArjunPandit » 22 Oct 2019 15:35

^^i hope he didnt say chacha nehru picked celibacy from islam...

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 22 Oct 2019 15:46

Validates my point again.

https://twitter.com/MickyGupta84/status ... 8755600385
Saurabh Gupta(Micky) @MickyGupta84

@HindolSengupta is absolutely right when he says the voter in Maharashtra/Mumbai, is desperate for good governance & delivery on infrastructure. Metro projects, coastal road are vote pullers for BJP-Sena combine. @Dev_Fadnavis @OfficeofUT have that to help them.

@VishnuNDTV

Disclaimer: I post material that supports my thesis so there is an inherent selection bias at work here. Folks who have a contrary opinion need to post their own data/analysis.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 22 Oct 2019 15:51

A good beginning has been made ..

https://twitter.com/aravindgov/status/1 ... 9736391680
Aravindalochanan Govindan @aravindgov

Finally @govardhanmath is now out of the Govt of Odisha's control through the said amendment of OHRCE act. Hoping that this will enable the Shankaracharya to help other mathas rotting and demolished under govt control.


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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Vikas » 22 Oct 2019 16:59

I see this election as the end of Pawar empire and a chance for new plants to take root in Maha politics. NCP will disintegrate without any hope of power in near future. Congress anyways is dead and buried in Maha. Pawar never had complete control of Maha at any point in time.

Why was/is Pawar Kaka rated so high despite the fact that he had to hang on the coattails of congress all these years. He could not even get a CM from his party all these years whereas other states had congress lying on the feet of local satraps.
He has no achievement worth talking in his name except for D-connection, blasts and massive corruption, so is he too a hyped up entity and the house of cards he built collapsed as soon as first contact with leader who was not in bed with him.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Vikas » 22 Oct 2019 17:03

Sachin wrote:Looks like Congress has scored another "own goal" in the Savarkar issue ;). And the disconnect between various factions of INC seems to be now getting more open. "Secularism" will die if this continues and we may have to depend on CPI(M) and CPI to save it ;).


I don't understand Congress strategy. You don't speak ill about Veer Savarkar during Mah Polls. Rather keep quiet till the polls are over. Even a child would understand that. Why why why ?
Who is advising congress I wonder. BJP drives the narrative like pied piper of Hamlin and Congress/Left walk into the trap like the rats.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 22 Oct 2019 17:16

who the hell is this gas bag

he doesn't even have a dog in the fight.


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Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee Favours Cutting Government Equity In Public Sector Banks To Below 51 Per Cent

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 22 Oct 2019 17:23

diwali gift from the ED for the prince consort :mrgreen:


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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Sachin » 22 Oct 2019 17:26

Vikas wrote:You don't speak ill about Veer Savarkar during Mah Polls. Rather keep quiet till the polls are over. Even a child would understand that. Why why why ? Who is advising congress I wonder. BJP drives the narrative like pied piper of Hamlin and Congress/Left walk into the trap like the rats.

From what I can observe. Today BJP (or at least Na.Mo and A.Shah) have risen to a level where they set the agenda, and the "seculars" have to follow that. They have now firmly turned the table :lol:. The BJP just brought out the name of Veer Savarkar and Congress did not know how to respond. The leftist loonies also tried to throw mud on Savarkar, which also caused more damage to the "secular" gang. The Congress' present situation of being "leaderless" is not helping the situation any way.

The only gang who seems to be holding some sway is the main stream media who is trying their best to help the "seculars". But they controlling the voter thought process is also not happening with earlier success rate. Crooks like the *.khans now taking selfies with Modi also gives me a feeling that lot of people have now smelt the coffee.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Paul » 22 Oct 2019 17:29

They all want to be in Termite queen's good books....elections be damned. Which is why Kharge commented on ayudh puje for Rafale.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 22 Oct 2019 17:35

twitter


This shameless haramkh0r Prakash Raj compares Shri Ram, Laxman and Sita to children watching p0rn. Seeing Ram in public instils fear in minorities! This is new drama and Hinduphobia over Diwali!



https://twitter.com/jiks/status/1186446483773677570
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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby darshhan » 22 Oct 2019 17:35

Vikas wrote:I see this election as the end of Pawar empire and a chance for new plants to take root in Maha politics. NCP will disintegrate without any hope of power in near future. Congress anyways is dead and buried in Maha. Pawar never had complete control of Maha at any point in time.

Why was/is Pawar Kaka rated so high despite the fact that he had to hang on the coattails of congress all these years. He could not even get a CM from his party all these years whereas other states had congress lying on the feet of local satraps.
He has no achievement worth talking in his name except for D-connection, blasts and massive corruption, so is he too a hyped up entity and the house of cards he built collapsed as soon as first contact with leader who was not in bed with him.


Probably Financial capability. Ofcourse all of it was ill gotten.

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 22 Oct 2019 17:54

darshhan wrote:
Vikas wrote:I see this election as the end of Pawar empire and a chance for new plants to take root in Maha politics. NCP will disintegrate without any hope of power in near future. Congress anyways is dead and buried in Maha. Pawar never had complete control of Maha at any point in time.

Why was/is Pawar Kaka rated so high despite the fact that he had to hang on the coattails of congress all these years. He could not even get a CM from his party all these years whereas other states had congress lying on the feet of local satraps.
He has no achievement worth talking in his name except for D-connection, blasts and massive corruption, so is he too a hyped up entity and the house of cards he built collapsed as soon as first contact with leader who was not in bed with him.


Probably Financial capability. Ofcourse all of it was ill gotten.



he has a stake in every pie and a pie in every stake.

over the years, he himself has lost count of all the pies and all the stakes

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby chetak » 22 Oct 2019 17:57

and confer Bharat ratna on ungrateful ingrates like the most undeserving sen

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Just asking:Why nobody in higher positions in US --including Trump has congratulated Banerjee--even though he is US citizen--only in India we jump. RT

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby kit » 22 Oct 2019 18:12

chetak wrote:diwali gift from the ED for the prince consort :mrgreen:


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From ED to "ED"

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby pankajs » 22 Oct 2019 18:14

pankajs wrote:Oy hoy ho ho ha ha ...

Just heard the India Today anchor say on TV, the poorer the voter the more the propensity it seems they have to vote for BJP. He seems to be seeing this in his poll data.

Bhellu .. How did BJP become the DEFAULT party of the poor? IF one had carefully noted what that bleddy Mudi was up to over the past 2-4 years, they would have spotted his play for the poor vote.

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pankajs wrote:1. BJP does not care for the uber-yinduvadi vote. Modi knows it is volatile and has worked very hard for the first 5 years of his term to create a sizable buffer to account for some vote defection because Modi did not follow the exact script laid out by these folks. None of the yindu core issues were addressed in the first 5 years yet Modi/BJP increased their vote share by 6-9%. That was quite a swing by any measure. Modi has the pulse of the yindu people except for the uber-yinduvadis.

That bleddy Mudi is here to implement his own agenda per his own script and at his own pace. Paying some attention to the moves of this master politician and some critical thinking would have saved some folks a lot of grief.

Better to understand the method to Modi's madness than pull out ones own hair in frustration. The other option is to trust him fully and leave it at that.

More validation of my theory .. but from a different angle.
https://twitter.com/5Forty3/status/1186482805825404928
Dr Praveen Patil @5Forty3

Decline of BSP as a political force in North India underlines the process of Dalit assimilation into the larger Hindu socio-political consciousness.

Just over a decade ago, BSP was a huge rising force in Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan and MP (other than UP); it barely exists today.

Who are the poor mostly? Dalits, Tribals and Muslims mostly but also a sizable section of OBCs are at the bottom of the ladder. When that bleddy Mudi focuses on the welfare of the poor he is reaching out to these segments of society.

The segments of society that benefit are more open to Modi/BJP messaging except for the Muslims. That explains the jump in the BJP vote share by about 6%-9% between GE 2014 and GE 2019. He already had a lock on the yinduvadi and the development vote.

Ultimately, their goodwill, buy in and backing will enable Modi to address the core issues that are so dear to the uber-yinduvadis but which are not major vote catchers by themselves.

Bluster can never be a substitute for strategy. Modi know that and he has the patience to do it the right way such that the effort does not get washed out by the next tide. Is it any surprise that Modi took no major visible step on the core issues? Not to me!

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Rsatchi » 22 Oct 2019 19:21

[quote="ArjunPandit"]^^i hope he didnt say chacha nehru picked celibacy from islam...[/quote]
Panditji
But he sure picked up Venereal Disease from the teachings of a 'sex mad sect'!!! :lol: :lol:
His PM report is a state secret as they don't want 'mango people' to know that he died of ruptured aortic aneurysm :D

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby Rsatchi » 22 Oct 2019 19:26

chetak wrote:who the hell is this gas bag

he doesn't even have a dog in the fight.


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Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee Favours Cutting Government Equity In Public Sector Banks To Below 51 Per Cent


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Chetakji:
He has all the requisite qualifications:
1.Superintelligent Bong
2.Yemrican returned
3.Gori mem in tow
4.Leftist by birth right
5.And lastly if U want to add 'NOBEEEL PURASKRTH'
How dare u ask him hainji!! :P

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby ArjunPandit » 22 Oct 2019 19:36

^^please add 6. JNU student with a criminal case by college establishment against him....

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Re: 2019 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Postby KLNMurthy » 22 Oct 2019 19:51

chetak wrote:who the hell is this gas bag

he doesn't even have a dog in the fight.


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Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee Favours Cutting Government Equity In Public Sector Banks To Below 51 Per Cent

This "favor" has been part of the cry of US capitalist elite for decades, who feel the pain of all that Indian money "left on the table".

Reforms are sorely needed in psus but not for the benefit of the recolonization drive which has never stopped.

Initially in 2014 "they" harbored hope that the "conservative" Mudi would go 100% free market, meaning handing over Indian assets to Western hands. The model would have been the usual one: they will own the country, Modi will be "their" strongman whom they will control with the goad of "human rights, Gujarat 2002" etc. But Modi had a different idea of who his masters are. And turned out to be politically in a completely different league than they had ever seen. Hence the deep hatred and rage.


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