raji wrote:RajeshA wrote:Delhi stunned:UK and China stall move to blacklist Masood Azhar
This is indeed good news. It is high time New Delhi learns that power and justice comes to the strong and not to the right and just. This UK stalling would go a long way to cut modern India's umbilical cord to UK, and allow us to emerge as a power which seeks its validity, its justification, its values somewhere else, within us.
David Mulli-in-Bund has done India a great service, and we should be greatly indebted to this man, who could single-handedly destroy all the illusions in the minds of our Oxbridgers.
Why is it good news ? Because now, by New Delhi, you mean the Indian Govt will realize that power and justice come to the strong.
Thats a joke. This is the oldest principle of humanity. Those who realize it, already know it, and have always known it. Those that dont, this will not open their eyes. Cause.......you can wake up a sleeping man, but never a man who is pretending to be asleep......New Delhi is only pretending to be asleep.....nothing will shake them off their slumber...
Indian government has no shame.........they cant be shamed into action. Indian people in general have proven to be no better or else they would ask for accountability from their government........worse yet....I think most Indians in general no longer worry about the Paki threat anyway......they are too busy plotting how to steal.....
It doesn't matter whether the politicians are really sleeping or just pretending to sleep, such news, articles and discussions ultimately awaken the people. The people will eventually ask the politicians why they were sleeping or pretending to, or boot them out. The common Indian, like everywhere else, would tend to see the world in black and white, who are friends and who are enemies. It would be good if UK moves into the column of enemies in the perception of the Indian. Once it becomes general perception, then it becomes difficult for the elite to pretend otherwise.
Given this is a slow process, but the process of Indians falling out of love with UK has to begin sooner or later, and this can be a start.