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Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 10:08
by arshyam
CRamS wrote:
Nidhi Razdan
@Nidhi
Whatever one may say about America, but this is what makes it an incredible country. The daughter of immigrant parents could make it to the highest office.

Exhibit one for a MUTU-like media trader. She'd never tweet about a chaiwallah pulling himself up from humble origins and getting elected to the highest office of the largest democracy in the world. If wishes were horses...

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 11:00
by Rsatchi
Is Sudheendra Kulkarni looking for RS seat like Kumar Ketkar
https://www.ndtv.com/opinion/rahul-priy ... me-opinion
Otherwise why this claptrap article
And has he turned into a slave as well

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 11:15
by vimal
Rsatchi wrote:Is Sudheendra Kulkarni looking for RS seat like Kumar Ketkar
https://www.ndtv.com/opinion/rahul-priy ... me-opinion
Otherwise why this claptrap article
And has he turned into a slave as well


Wasn't he the Congi mole who brought down NDA I by leaking all the internal plans to Madam italiano? He was and is a committed marxist and congi lapdog.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 12:29
by Suraj
Regarding Bharat Ratna for PVNR, it's worth looking through Padma Vibhushan awardees since 2014: List of Padma Vibhushan recipients

GoI has mostly focused on recognizing those within the NDA ecosystem whenever awarding it under the Public Affairs category. E.g. even though ABV was recognized back in 1992 by PVNR, Advani and MMJ had to wait until 2015 and 2017 respectively.

Why hand over awards to the other sides leaders to make a political point when there's more gain in recognizing those within your own ecosystem ? Further, the UPA made it a point to recognize Supreme Court justices. Someone like Ranjan Gogoi, who played a crucial role in significant judgements like the Ayodhya one, deserve a Padma Vibhushan for services rendered.

To build an ecosystem, you have to reward people who served you well.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 12:48
by Manish_Sharma
https://www.indiatoday.in/india/west/st ... 2013-06-06

Sardar Patel's anger against Gandhiji over his celibacy experiments

Here's a look at the two letters sent by Sardar Patel to Mahatma Gandhi.

UDAY MAHURKAR

Sardar Patel's anger against Gandhiji over his celibacy experiments with young girls knew no bounds. He wrote to Gandhiji on January 25, 1947 when he was at Muriam-Hirapur.

Excerpt: "Read your letter to Kishorelal Mashruwala, Mathuradas and Rajkumari Amrit Kaur. You have thrown us in wildfire of agony. I can't understand why you thought of reviving this experiment. After our last talk with you, we thought this chapter had ended. Parashuram was a faithful servant and your contempt for him is wrong (he was Gandhiji's attendant who left in disgust unable to stomach the experiments). You just don't care for our feelings. We feel utterly helpless. Devdas's feelings stand acutely injured. All of us are pained beyond measure. Till further discussion, you should suspend it. I just can't fathom such terrible blunder on your part."

Patel wrote another more letter on February 16, 1947 which was more lethal than the previous one when Gandhiji at Raipura. This followed after Gandhiji wrote to the administrator of his Navjivan publications, Jiwanji Desai, in Ahmedabad, asking him to carry details of his celibacy experiments in Navjivan publications including 'Harijan'.

Patel wrote: "I called Jiwanji (to Delhi) after your directive to him. In between I received Kishorelal Mashruwala's letter. Rajaji (Rajagopalachari) and Devdas also met me and talked about the issue. We all feel there is no end to your obstinacy. You have pushed us into a calamity. You are unable to measure the extent of our pain. Even if for the sake of taking pity on us you must leave it. Publicising these experiments isn't going to benefit the world. Your saying that others shouldn't follow you (on celibacy experiments) isn't going to make any difference. People always follow the elders. I can't understand why you are bent upon pushing the common people on the path of heterodoxy instead of religion. If only we could cut open our heart and show how deep are our wounds. In this helpless situation the trustees of Navjivan have come to the conclusion that they can't publish anything about this experiment, come what may."


Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 13:36
by chetak
Ambar wrote:Congress' motormouth spokesman Rajiv Tyagi passed away from a massive cardiac arrest at the age of 50. At 5 PM he was on Aaj Tak screaming his lungs off at BJP's Sambit Patra and by 7 PM he was dead. Such is life !

In other news actor Sanjay Dutt is reported to have lung cancer, and though his choice of care was in the US, US denied his entry due his prior conviction in India, so he is heading to Singapore for treatment.


we are being taken for a ride.

stage 3 cancer is never diagnosed so late in a celebrity like this convicted criminal.

One is very sure that the fact that a film in which he is starring is due to release soon has nothing to do with this "news"

these are the vultures of bollywood who prey upon the corpses of their "stars" to make money.

no need for anyone to guess who the director of this film is. :mrgreen:

it's the khattarpanthi jehadi and urban naxal magesh butt.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 13:39
by chetak
vimal wrote:
Rsatchi wrote:Is Sudheendra Kulkarni looking for RS seat like Kumar Ketkar
https://www.ndtv.com/opinion/rahul-priy ... me-opinion
Otherwise why this claptrap article
And has he turned into a slave as well


Wasn't he the Congi mole who brought down NDA I by leaking all the internal plans to Madam italiano? He was and is a committed marxist and congi lapdog.


not to mention, a paki pasand ISI tool too.

it's precisely for guys like him that the term "useful idiot" was invented/coined.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 14:17
by srin
Wasn't he the one behind the "secular Jinnah" by Advani ?

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 14:21
by Rsatchi
chetak wrote:
vimal wrote:
Wasn't he the Congi mole who brought down NDA I by leaking all the internal plans to Madam italiano? He was and is a committed marxist and congi lapdog.


not to mention, a paki pasand ISI tool too.

it's precisely for guys like him that the term "useful idiot" was invented/coined.

Chetakji
We should start a thread on the 'Sleepers' and 'Mole' and 'Double/Triple Agents' responsible for bring Vajpayee down and the election defeat as well as giving lots of leeway to Chinese/Pakis/USA
There was probably a coterie working towards this goal
My feeling is that BIF's got stronger and bolder during his regime and wrecked havoc during UPA. :eek:
What is the general view of B Mishra the ex NSA???
any dirt of these guys.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 14:42
by chetak
Rsatchi wrote:
chetak wrote:
not to mention, a paki pasand ISI tool too.

it's precisely for guys like him that the term "useful idiot" was invented/coined.

Chetakji
We should start a thread on the 'Sleepers' and 'Mole' and 'Double/Triple Agents' responsible for bring Vajpayee down and the election defeat as well as giving lots of leeway to Chinese/Pakis/USA
There was probably a coterie working towards this goal
My feeling is that BIF's got stronger and bolder during his regime and wrecked havoc during UPA. :eek:
What is the general view of B Mishra the ex NSA???
any dirt of these guys.


IIRC, during the last days of the UPA-2, the congis offered the padma to brajesh mishra posthumously.

his family was "intelligent" enough to get out of a potentially embarassing situation by declining to accept it

that should, by itself, tell you a lot.

if the award have gone through, the deep dive into his "activities" would have unearthed a lot of worms that were best left undisturbed and and thus allowed to continue in deep slumber.

who would in his right mind would have voluntarily forgone the prestige and honor that comes with the award of the padma and declined it :mrgreen:

black lentils onlee

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 14:58
by chetak
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Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 15:51
by Krita
Ram Madhav, whenever he opens his mouth , it is a facepalm moment.
Not a good orator and lacks depth.
His fauxpaus in the interviews with that Mullah Mehdi Hassan and BBC's moronic Stephen Sackur is cringeworthy.
Infact, Gadkari and Ram Madhav should be put in permanent maun vrath before they damage the party with their loose tongue.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 15:53
by chetak
chetak wrote:
Ambar wrote:Congress' motormouth spokesman Rajiv Tyagi passed away from a massive cardiac arrest at the age of 50. At 5 PM he was on Aaj Tak screaming his lungs off at BJP's Sambit Patra and by 7 PM he was dead. Such is life !

In other news actor Sanjay Dutt is reported to have lung cancer, and though his choice of care was in the US, US denied his entry due his prior conviction in India, so he is heading to Singapore for treatment.


we are being taken for a ride.

stage 3 cancer is never diagnosed so late in a celebrity like this convicted criminal.

One is very sure that the fact that a film in which he is starring is due to release soon has nothing to do with this "news"

these are the vultures of bollywood who prey upon the corpses of their "stars" to make money.

no need for anyone to guess who the director of this film is. :mrgreen:

it's the khattarpanthi jehadi and urban naxal magesh butt.



from swarajyamag

Upcoming Bollywood movie Sadak 2 which stars actors like Alia Bhatt and Sanjay Dutt has become one of the most disliked video on YouTube. The video had received 5.4 million dislikes at the time of the report's publication.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 17:03
by Rsatchi
Krita wrote:Ram Madhav, whenever he opens his mouth , it is a facepalm moment.
Not a good orator and lacks depth.
His fauxpaus in the interviews with that Mullah Mehdi Hassan and BBC's moronic Stephen Sackur is cringeworthy.
Infact, Gadkari and Ram Madhav should be put in permanent maun vrath before they damage the party with their loose tongue.

In fact Sangh should call them back from BJP and give them Sangh organisational work and build rapport with Secular forces :lol: :lol: :rotfl:

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 17:51
by darshan
chetak wrote:Image

This just continues to showcase what I have observed till local municipality leaders of BJP that there's absolutely no handing over of education within the party. Not sure how they can educate voters and their children if they can't even educate their own party leaders.

Added later:
Let's say that Indian govt has to keep a channel open to potential winner here and wanted to comment. Why couldn't this person have said something like Hindu heritage or Bharatiya heritage or that hopefully Kamalakaki would champion neglected issues like Hindu genocides, harm done by British, destroyed temples, how US should provide asylum to Hindus/Sikhs/christians being persecuted by muslims, etc.? Force her to take positions on various Hindu causes.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 17:54
by darshan
Manish_Sharma wrote:https://www.indiatoday.in/india/west/story/sardar-patel-gandhiji-celibacy-experiments-harijan-165848-2013-06-06

Sardar Patel's anger against Gandhiji over his celibacy experiments


Interesting how writer keeps referring to British agent with ji.

Everytime I read things like this I end up loosing respect for people like Sardar. This ji should have been kicked to the curb by Sardar and taken the command of India to save civilization. And Sardar had plenty of reasons to do so to.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 18:47
by chetak
bangalore rampage

The trigger


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Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 18:52
by darshan
UT the novice looter and his son. They may not have caused this one death but they have definitely cost many other deaths and will cause many more.

He may have flings with actresses, but is not a murderer: Subramanian Swamy says Aditya Thackeray has nothing to do with Sushant Singh Rajput’s death
https://www.opindia.com/2020/08/subrama ... ai-police/
Subramanian Swamy is taking particular interest in Sushant Singh Rajput case. While talking in a live Q&A session with “Virat Hindustan Sangam,” on 2nd August, he alleged that with the evidence he has collected, it is evident that someone is trying to scare the CM [Uddhav Thackeray]. He added, “that someone is trying to drag his son’s (Aditya Thackeray) name, but I can tell you from whatever material I have, his son may be having flings with the actresses, but he has nothing to do with Sushant’s death.”

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 19:40
by shravanp
chetak wrote:
we are being taken for a ride.

stage 3 cancer is never diagnosed so late in a celebrity like this convicted criminal.


Unlike other cancers, lung cancer is extremely hard (next to impossible) to detect in earlier stages. From what I have read and heard in past, by the time lung cancer is detected, its at an advanced stage.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 19:55
by chetak
shravanp wrote:
chetak wrote:
we are being taken for a ride.

stage 3 cancer is never diagnosed so late in a celebrity like this convicted criminal.


Unlike other cancers, lung cancer is extremely hard (next to impossible) to detect in earlier stages. From what I have read and heard in past, by the time lung cancer is detected, its at an advanced stage.


these guys undergo frequent comprehensive medical checks due to the nature of their contracts and the extreme urgency to complete multiple projects in hand.

even one sick day may result in needless expnditure of huge moneys when shooting is delayed.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 22:07
by CRamS
Krita wrote:Ram Madhav, whenever he opens his mouth , it is a facepalm moment.
Not a good orator and lacks depth.
His fauxpaus in the interviews with that Mullah Mehdi Hassan and BBC's moronic Stephen Sackur is cringeworthy.
Infact, Gadkari and Ram Madhav should be put in permanent maun vrath before they damage the party with their loose tongue.


I am more than convinced now that he is a useless lightweight. Can't believe ModiJi appointed this joker as responsible for managing Kashmir affairs during first term. I have seen his performance on foreign shows as well. No intellectual punch. He should be asked to assume less media roles and more behind the scene organizing which I am told he is good at.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 13 Aug 2020 22:56
by chetak
wasn't it under the eyetalian matha that the monarchy was brought down in nepal and the country ws made sickular

The Elaborate And Perverse Beijing-Backed Plot To Break Civilisational Ties Between India And Nepal



The Elaborate And Perverse Beijing-Backed Plot To Break Civilisational Ties Between India And Nepal

Jaideep Mazumdar
Aug 13, 2020

The Elaborate And Perverse Beijing-Backed Plot To Break Civilisational Ties Between India And Nepal


Snapshot
Indian and Nepali people share civilisational ties that are based on the shared heritage of Hinduism and Buddhism.

Nepal’s Communists, ever since they gained critical political mass, have been trying to question and rupture this heritage.


Nepal’s Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli’s remark at a function in the middle of last month that the real Ayodhya is in Nepal and Bhagwan Ram was born in Nepal, and his repetition of this claim earlier this week, was not a casual claim born out of his antipathy towards India.

It was, say analysts, a deliberate and well-thought-out remark. And it was part of a gameplan to rupture the age-old civilisational ties that exist between the people of Nepal and India.

China, along with Pakistan, are part of this complex plot.

The objective is to slowly wean Nepal away from India’s sphere of influence and make it an inalienable part of a Pakistan-Nepal-China axis that will emerge as a permanent headache for India.

Nepal’s Communist rulers are active and enthusiastic players in this conspiracy whose fulcrum is to alter the overwhelmingly Hindu character of the Himalayan country.


Nepal was the world’s only Hindu state till it was declared a secular republic under an interim Constitution that abolished the monarchy in January 2007.

Since then, Christian missionaries and NGOs from Western nations and even South Korea, and Islamist preachers acting at the behest of Pakistan, have had a free run in the country.

Millions of impoverished Nepalese have been converted through allurements, social and political pressure and even threats (read this and this).

Nepal’s Communists have not only turned a blind eye to the evangelist activities of the Christian missionaries in the country, but are also believed to be actively encouraging them to proselytise.

As a result, Nepal’s Christian population is increasing by leaps and bounds. Demographic experts say that the 2011 census grossly underreported the number of Christians at a little over 2.75 lakh (over one percent of the country’s population). The number could actually be as high as nearly two percent of Nepal’s population now.

Christianity is growing fast in Nepal. Also, though the country’s census puts Hindus at 81.34 per cent of the population of Nepal, this number is deceptive.

That’s because a significant number of these Hindus are active members of the Communist parties and, hence, are atheists or non-practising Hindus. As such, they cannot be counted among Hindus.

In fact, like their counterparts in India, Nepal’s Communists harbour a deep antipathy towards Hindus.

Christianity In Nepal

Christian missionaries have been trying to carry out conversions in Nepal ever since the Capuchins forayed into that country in 1715. They attempted to convert the king of Bhaktapur, but failed. When Gorkha ruler Prithvi Narayan Shah conquered the Kathmandu Valley and unified Nepal in 1769, he expelled all the missionaries from the kingdom.

After that expulsion, Nepal remained free of Christian missionaries for the next two centuries.


Some Nepali-speaking citizens of India who had been converted to Christianity did attempt to enter Nepal surreptitiously and carry out conversions, but the country’s monarchs firmly curbed such activities.

It was only in 1951 after King Tribhuvan opened his country to the world and appealed to the global community for help in Nepal’s development that Christian missionaries smelt an opportunity.

The missionaries responded to the call and, in the name of setting up humanitarian and aid missions, started proselytising economically and socially disadvantaged Nepalis with their infamous ‘evangelical’ zeal.

The Protestant missionaries in Nepal quickly organised themselves into a United Mission to Nepal (UMN) in 1954 to coordinate their proselytising. Under the cover of running medical clinics, schools and educational institutions, rural development and other such works, the missionaries started converting the beneficiaries of their interventions to Christianity silently.

The Western missionaries Nepali-speaking Indians who had converted to Christianity to establish missions in Nepal and proselytise, mainly through fake faith-healing and exorcism camps.

Progress on the proselytising front was initially slow with just about 500 Nepalis converted by 1973. But the numbers went up rapidly since the early 1980s and by 1985, Nepal had 25,000 converts. The number doubled to 50,000 in just five years (1990).

There has been a huge spurt in conversions over the last five years since the 2015 earthquake that devastated Nepal. Under the cover of relief and rehabilitation, Christian missionaries have been converting the poor and socially backward segments of Nepal’s populace through various allurements.

Nepal, however, has laws banning proselytising. But the missionaries flout such laws, often with the active encouragement of the Communists there.

Nepal’s new constitution provides “protection to religion and culture being practised from ancient times” and prohibits “disturbing the religious beliefs” of people. Nepal’s Parliament passed a law in 2017 that prohibits hurting religious sentiments and “undermining the faith that any community has been practising since eternal times”.

Though these laws were passed mainly due to the pressure from Nepal’s Hindus, they have been seldom enforced. The Communist rulers have, in fact, frowned on enforcement of these laws and have punished officials who have attempted to prosecute the proselytisers.

The effect of conversions

The missionaries, in their zeal to convert, mock Hinduism and paint the religion as regressive, socially divisive, discriminatory and steeped in superstition. This portrayal finds resonance among many gullible, simple village folks who are usually socially and economically disadvantaged.

The constant vilification of the upper caste Hindu, who may be marginally better off than the lower castes that the proselytisers target, strikes a chord among the lower castes who had been at the receiving end of upper caste discrimination and other social evils for a long time.

This propaganda breeds a deep hatred for Hindus in the minds of the new converts. Also, since India is associated with Hinduism, the antipathy towards Hindus and Hinduism easily translates into anti-Indianism.


Sociologists in Nepal say that the converts’ primary allegiance is to the church, not the nation. While that in itself bodes ill for Nepal, the concern for India is that many of these converts to Christianity start harbouring deep anti-India sentiments.

Islamic Fundamentalism In Nepal

Nepal has witnessed an alarming rise in Islamic fundamentalism fuelled by Pakistan, and in Wahhabi preachers and clerics funded by the Gulf nations in recent years.

While the Kathmandu Valley has witnessed a surge in migration of Kashmiri Muslims, the Terai region (foothills bordering India) has become a happy playground for Islamic radicals.

The Kashmiri Muslim migrants to Nepal harbour deep anti-India and pro-Pakistani sentiments. Islamists in the Indian States of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar that border Nepal have been radicalising Nepali Muslims living in the Terai belt.

A huge number of Wahhabi seminaries, madrasahs and mosques have come up in the vast expanse of Nepal’s Terai (or Madhes) over the past decade and are spreading the extremist, Salafi form of Islam.


Indian intelligence agencies say three Muslim bodies in Nepal--the Islamic Yuwa Sangh, Nepal Muslim Sangh and the Muslim Seva Samiti--have become willing handmaidens of Pakistan in spreading fundamentalist Islam.

“This radicalisation of Nepal’s Muslims also translates into rising anti-India sentiments among them. India is portrayed as a ‘Hindu rashtra’ where Muslims are persecuted and killed. A large number of Nepali Muslims have thus been brainwashed into becoming anti-Indian,” said a Nepal-watcher in India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA).

Muslims constitute about 4.5 per cent of Nepal’s population now, but their numbers are rising fast. It is estimated that by 2030, Muslims will form at least seven percent of the country’s population.


The Communist plan

Beijing’s gameplan is to use its Communist lackeys in Nepal to drive a schism between Nepalis and Indians by rupturing the deep-rooted civilisational ties between the two countries.

These civilisational ties are essentially based on the shared heritage of Hinduism and Buddhism between the people of the two countries. Nepal’s Communists, ever since they gained critical political mass, have been trying to question and rupture this heritage.

As Communists, they ought to have no interest in religion. But the very fact that they so strongly advocate their positions on matters of Buddhism and Hinduism reveals their designs.

For many years now, Nepal’s Communists have been driving home the point that Gautam Buddha was born in Lumbini which is in Nepal. And hence, Nepal has the rightful claim to the ‘land of Buddhism’ tag.

The articulation of this claim started sometime in the middle of the last decade and was done primarily by the Communists before other parties also joined in for political reasons.


India has been indulgent towards this claim and has always acknowledged that Buddha was, indeed, born in Nepal.

It is a different matter that Buddha attained enlightenment in Bodh Gaya, gave his first sermon at Sarnath and attained parinirvana in Kushinagar, which are all in India. And after attaining enlightenment, he spent his entire life in Bharatvarsh.


The recent and needless controversy kicked up by Kathmandu over India’s foreign minister S. Jaishankar’s innocuous remarks about Buddha provides yet another evidence of the Communists’ gameplan.

“It is all aimed at fracturing the age-old ties between the people of the two countries. Nepal’s Communists have been very consistently trying to do this over the past two decades in subtle and not-so-subtle ways,” said the MEA official.

This is also why Nepal’s ‘godless’ Communists tried to expel Indian-origin priests from the most revered Pashupatinath Mandir in 2009 (read this and this) before backtracking under tremendous pressure.

Not deterred by that setback, the Communists made another attempt two years later. That, too, was foiled.


“The reason they (Communists) want to gain control over Pashupatinath Mandir is because it binds the Hindus of the two countries. By gaining control, the Communists can put in motion their objective to sever the age-old ties between the Hindus of the two countries,” said Shreyas Bhandari, a widely-respected religious scholar in Nepal (read this).

The abolition of the monarchy in Nepal was also part of this gameplan. Nepal’s monarchs had very close ties with Yogi Goraknath, founder of the Nath monastic movement and the famed Gorakhnath Math.

The Communists have been whipping up nationalism, bordering on jingoism, in Nepal. Prime Minister Oli’s many jingoistic moves (read this) are all aimed at whipping up passions against India.


The ultimate objective behind this elaborate gameplan is to create an Islamabad-Kathmandu-Beijing axis that will be ranged as an effective containment measure against India.

New Delhi has to guard against this axis being cemented and counter the nefarious motives of Nepal’s Communists very deftly. That represents a real challenge for India.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 00:08
by Cain Marko
Krita wrote:Ram Madhav, whenever he opens his mouth , it is a facepalm moment.
Not a good orator and lacks depth.
His fauxpaus in the interviews with that Mullah Mehdi Hassan and BBC's moronic Stephen Sackur is cringeworthy.
Infact, Gadkari and Ram Madhav should be put in permanent maun vrath before they damage the party with their loose tongue.

In such interviews, Patra and Trivedi might be better. But they are thrown at endless domestic debates instead. International exposure should be allowed only after great vetting.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 00:59
by chetak
Rioting: can the congis be far behind the SDPI in any such case. :mrgreen:

no wonder that the congis have been so quiet and have not even supported their own dalit MLA whose house was set on fire by muslim congis.

apparently, for the congis, muslims trump dalits


Congress link emerges in Bengaluru riots, husband of party’s corporator named as an accused in FIR


Two days after the horrific riots unleashed by Muslim mobs in Bengaluru city, shocking details are emerging regarding the involvement of Congress party leaders in the violence that took place on Tuesday night in the city.

According to the reports, Kaleem Pasha – one of the masterminds of the riots, is the husband of Congress corporator from Nagavara Irshad – Begum. The Bengaluru police have named Kaleem Pasha as 7th accused in the FIR, who according to the police is also one of the conspirators behind the deadly violence that took place on Tuesday night.

On Wednesday, the Bengaluru police had nabbed a local SDPI leader Muzammil Pasha for orchestrating the violence. Along with Muzammil Pasha, the Bengaluru had also booked Jaffar and Kaleem Pasha, who had allegedly instigated the Muslim mob to pelt stones and torch vehicles near the police station.

Kaleem Pasha active member of the Congress party, close to leadership.

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Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 01:51
by idan
After Yogiji another monk, Swami Kripakarnanda Maharaj, a cardiologist monk of the Ramakrishna Mission order to be projected as the BJP CM candidate of West Bengal according to some media reports.

Swamiji (Debotosh Chakraborty) has an impressive academic record. He ranked 5th in secondary board (Class 10) exams and 7th in higher secondary board (Class 12) in entire Bengal. He then ranked 17th in medical joint entrance exam and joined NRS Medical College and was a gold medalist in MBBS in Calcutta University. He then did his MD from AIIMS in Delhi, and went for heart research in the US and did fellowship in cardiology at the Texas Heart Institute. He came back to India and became a monk in the RKM order immediately. He is a gifted singer, painter and artist and is currently in charge of Belur Math arogya dham hospital.

https://www.firstpost.com/india/after-y ... 97851.html

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Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 01:56
by idan
He is also an accomplished singer in Indian classical music tradition. Here is a nice rendition in Dhrupad which was originally composed by Swami Vivekananda himself


Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 02:03
by chetak
looks like the congi eyetalian mafia has signed MOUs with a south african political party too.

the congis recently supported this party during their elections and even sent a senior congi rep to SA.


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Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 02:41
by vimal
chetak wrote:Image


This is what happens when the toxic sludge of marxist history and narrative is not cleaned and countered from a nation. Even the most learned are incapable of separating the wheat from chaff after a few decades, imagine a century or so later.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 15:12
by Rsatchi
New qualifications and a new job for the 'Yuvraj', He is now a certified 'Doctor/Hakim' :lol: :lol:
https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/ind ... 522741.cms
Pilot says he has received the treatment and all his ills are cleared !! :rotfl: :rotfl:

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 15:37
by greatde
vimal wrote:
chetak wrote:Image


This is what happens when the toxic sludge of marxist history and narrative is not cleaned and countered from a nation. Even the most learned are incapable of separating the wheat from chaff after a few decades, imagine a century or so later.


A white person or Indian name foreigner syndrome affects all our political parties and people. Our gurus or mutts have been in awe of the goras, and gave full access to our materials who in turn often (mis)translate them. There is no due diligence.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 16:01
by schinnas
Reg Ram Madhav's post, this is to be viewed as attempt by BJP to build bridges with Dem party candidates. With the way ratings are going and Covid rate is climbing, Trump coming back is suspect.

Kamala Harris' great (or great great great) grand father was guru of late Kanchi Mahaswamigal (Chandrasekara Saraswati). So she comes from a very traditional yet open minded Hindu background. She might have been ruthless and cunning in using "South Asian" identity and taking bigoted stance on CAA to placate muslim American votes but nothing to suggest that she is anti Indian or anti Hindu. She is proud of her maternal lineage though not flaunting it for political expediency.

Instead of being silly "touch me not's", BJP and its supporters should actively build good relationship with her and try to influence her perspective.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 16:12
by Rsatchi
^^
Agree with Schinnasji
Who knows if Biden/Harris win we should have an open mind
More than Ram madhav, Nitin Gadkari is considered as approachable by the liberandu/leftist/secular media
Whether he has the charm/Skills of Pramod Mahajan is open to debate.
Both should be sent out with a long leash to garner support for the UCC, and I firmly believe Modiji will implement it before 2024!!

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 16:47
by pankajs
Problem in not about building bridges but imposing our version of who Kamala Harris is on her.

She self identifies as a "black" women so we should learn to accept her as a "black" women. Also she self identifies as a "Baptist" ... nothing wrong in that.

We must stop putting in a box that she clearly does not belong. Nothing more nothing less ...

https://www.deseret.com/faith/2020/8/12 ... nning-mate
Kamala Harris brings Baptist, interfaith roots to Democratic ticket {Clearly she is a Baptist and someone who believed in interfaith. We must accept her as she is not as we want her to be}
The 55-year-old first-term Democratic senator, whose name means “lotus” in the Sanskrit language, identifies as a Baptist as an adult and brought another faith into her life in 2014 when she married Douglas Emhoff, a Jewish attorney.

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Attending Oakland’s 23rd Avenue Church of God as a child, Harris said, “we’d learn about caring for the least of these. And I sang in the choir about how faith combined with determination will always see us through difficult times.”

Harris added that her mother also took her and her sister to a Hindu temple “to see that all faiths teach us to pursue justice.”

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Harris attends services at the Third Baptist Church of San Francisco, led by pastor Rev. Amos Brown, who lauded her as “a quintessential scholar” who would unite “the spirituality, the genius and the nonviolent traditions” of her parents’ backgrounds and of the African American community.

Clearly, while she did visit Hindu temple as a child with her mother, she self identifies as a Baptist. We need to accept her as she is rather than trying to make her into something that she is not.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 17:21
by pankajs
https://twitter.com/CLManojET/status/12 ... 1945594880
C L Manoj @CLManojET

After Rajasthan, Congress leadership faces three simmering hotspots of factional feuds - in Mumbai, Jharkhand & Punjab - The Economic Times
Btw, Rajasthan may not be done yet even when numbers have settled in favor of CON.

https://twitter.com/CNNnews18/status/12 ... 6222194688
CNNNews18 @CNNnews18

#BREAKING – BSP issues whip ahead of Rajasthan Assembly Session. MLAs voting for Gehlot to be disqualified: BSP whip.

@_pallavighosh, @utkarsh_aanand and @pranshumisraa with details.

#RajasthanPoliticalCrisis

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No impact on the stability of the CON government in Raj but will probably impact the disqualification petition of the 6 BSP MLAs in the court.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 17:54
by darshan
Supreme Court holds Prashant Bhushan guilty of contempt over tweets against CJI, judiciary
https://www.wionews.com/india-news/supr ... ary-320414
The Supreme Court of India on Friday held senior advocate and renowned activist Prashant Bhushan guilty for contempt of court for his two tweets against the Judiciary.

A bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra pronounced its verdicts in the suo motu contempt case against Prashant Bhushan for his two tweets on the judiciary, Chief Justice of India (CJI) SA Bobde and his four predecessors.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 18:19
by darshan
Not the fault of SP but Hindus are at fault here. SP knew the seer docile nature of Hindus and what to expect here. A post on FB gets riots from islamists, a cartoon gets you killed by islamists, etc. But Hindus at best register complains. SP is not at fault here for stepping on Hindus and letting them know their place. This is the kind of incident that should be brought to attention of many fake hot blooded Hindus that tell many tales. Islamists start riots and violence even when something happens outside India. These hot blooded Hindus would not have taken out a march to distribute pamphlets in this regards.

Karnataka: Controversy erupts after SP pressurises priests to place photo of Jesus Christ inside the Garbhagriha of Hindu temple
https://www.opindia.com/2020/08/karnata ... sanctorum/
In a shocking incident, the newly appointed Superintendent of Police of Chamarajanagar district in Karnataka allegedly forced the priests of a local Hindu temple to place the photo of Jesus and Mary inside the Garbhagriha or the sanctum sanctorum of the temple.

According to the reports, on August 5, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad and other Hindu groups had reportedly organised a special pooja at the local Anjaneya Swamy temple in Chamarajanagar to celebrate the historic event of Ayodhya Ram Mandir Bhoomi Pujan.

After the pooja, the police officer Divya Sara Thomas, the SP of the district visited the temple, pressurised the priest of the temple and made him place the photo of Jesus and Mary which she was carrying, in front of the temple idol inside the sanctum of the temple.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 18:27
by darshan
However, Netflix will still continue to operate in India like Amazon prime is.

After Air Force wrote a letter against Netflix movie, Gunjan Saxena says no gender bias experienced by her in the IAF
https://www.opindia.com/2020/08/gunjan- ... lix-movie/
A day after the Indian Air Force wrote a letter against Netflix movie ‘Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl’ for the “undue negative” portrayal of its work culture in the movie, the real life Gunjan Saxena has come forward and opened up about her experiences serving in the Indian Air Force as compared to what has been depicted in the film. Gunjan said that her superiors, colleagues and commanding officers all supported her in the Air Force.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 18:33
by darshan
Hindu muslim Bhai Bhai? Then what's the reason for creation of pakistanis? Did no one taught you islamic history and concept of achieving critical mass? Or were you hidden in some safe to not have witnessed other anti Hindu riots in the same area? I'm sure he knew of islamists and their atrocities on Hindus.
Crocodile tears.
My family has lived here for 50 years, I considered Muslims my brothers: MLA breaks down while narrating how his house was burnt down by rioters
https://www.opindia.com/2020/08/congres ... eshinagar/
I considered Muslims as my brothers and lived like one for the last 25 years at the least…yet today I lost my 50-year-old house, said Congress MLA R Akhanda Srinivas Murthy as he broke down during a press conference on Wednesday.

During the recent Bengaluru riots, rabid Islamists ran amok, resorting to stone-pelting, arson and vandalism. A huge mob of Muslims rampaged on the streets and burnt down the house of a Congress MLA R Akhanda Srinivas Murthy, attacked the DJ Halli and KG Halli police stations, torched police vehicles and numerous other vehicles and caused immense damage to public property.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 18:41
by darshan
Puri just try to book ticket on Air India and compare that to booking ticket at other place and after that immediately resign and go home. I have been following this guy's handling of the situation since March and he has been nothing but utter disappointment. No ability to quickly react to evolving situation.
Enraged Twitter tantrums. It would have been nice if you actually got your office to work better and efficiently with your yelling skills. DGCA to MoCA to Puri were all disappointment.

Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri slams India Today for its ‘sting operation’ on Air India, says action already taken against touts selling tickets at high prices
https://www.opindia.com/2020/08/ministe ... ket-touts/
Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Friday slammed India Today network for its so-called ‘sting operation’ to allege that no action has been taken by the government against agents and travel operators, who were caught selling Vande Bharat tickets of Air India to stranded passengers at a high premium.

Taking to Twitter on Friday, Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri, without naming India Today, said that the media group should have done homework before publishing such sting operation.

Re: 2020 Strategic and Political Analysis-1

Posted: 14 Aug 2020 18:43
by darshan
Wikipedia page on Bengaluru violence calls it a ‘clash’, refuses to identify rioters as Muslims: Here are the reasons given by the ‘editors’
https://www.opindia.com/2020/08/bengalu ... wikipedia/
On the 11th of August, when Hindus of the country celebrated Janmashtami, a Muslim mob indulged in violence in Bengaluru after being offended by a Facebook post that was allegedly against the Prophet of Islam. The violence led to over 60 police officials being injured and left 3 dead. The Muslim mob hit the streets near DJ Halli and KG Halli police station areas on Tuesday evening and attacked a Congress MLA’s house after one of his relatives had allegedly made a derogatory Facebook post. Amidst chants of Allah hu Akbar and Nara e Taqbeer, the Muslim mob also set the police station on fire and attacked the police personnel. However, as per Wikipedia, there is not enough evidence to conclude that the violent mob was Muslim.