The American Stooge

I have always been convinced of Manmohan Singh being an American stooge — no one can survive in IMF and World Bank as he has without direct patronage of Anglo-Americans. This guy has a colonized mind that is subservient to the Westerners — he owes his entire career to them and is now no better than a puppet in their hands. He is even worse than Nehru in lack of nationalism and understanding of military matters. We are truly cursed to have Sonia Gandhi and this guy foisted on us, as our soldiers pay the price in blood. Worse, Sardar Jee has appointed another Sardar Jee like him as head of army by doing drama about date of birth of the previous upright army chief who was a no-nonsense guy. This is the Nehru-Kaul episode being repeated. But I must admire the Anglo-Americans for managing to ensure again and again that only Indians with colonized minds get to rule India. They have been doing this since Gandhi’s time and Manmohan Singh is the latest specimen they have produced. I heard that the Westerners are now grooming Amartaya Sen to be the next PM of India, who has an equally colonized mind and owes his entire career and international awards to the patronage of Westerners too, like MMS.

‘PMO to blame for soldier deaths’

The commanders who adopted a ‘pro-active stance to deter the Pakistanis usually suffered in their careers’.

MADHAV NALAPAT  New Delhi | 10th Aug 2013

Senior commanders in the India-Pakistan battlefield say that the rules of engagement enforced by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh are the cause of the multiplying number of deaths of Indian soldiers at the hands of the Pakistan army. According to them, present Chief of Army Staff General Bikram Singh “follows the PMO’s directives in practice while publicly talking about a tough response” to Pakistani provocations, They claim that “cross-border incidents on both the Line of Control and the Line of Actual Control have risen sharply since June 2012” when Gen Singh took over the command of the Army from Gen V.K. Singh. However, a senior officer said that the dilution in response over the past year “is not the (present) chief’s fault”, and that Gen Bikram Singh had no option as a disciplined soldier than to follow the policy given to him by the political and bureaucratic leadership.

They pointed out that those commanders who adopted a “pro-active stance that would deter the Pakistanis usually suffered in their careers” while the “more cautious ones got promoted”. They said that this was in contrast to the Pakistan army, “which always backed the man on the spot, even if he was only a JCO (junior commissioned officer)”. Others said that “these days, babus in the Ministry of Defence (MoD) take even tactical decisions best left to the field commanders” and that “interference by the MoD in operational matters has reached the danger level” from the point of view of operational readiness to deal with threats.

These commanders say that Pakistani troops “taunt our forces every day” by saying that it is “Dilli ka hukam” that our soldiers do not respond to provocations from their side. A senior officer claimed that “almost every day, in some sectors, Pakistani troops open up an artillery barrage”. He claimed that “the Prime Minister’s Office has informally ordered that our boys should not respond to such hostile moves unless higher levels get consulted”. In practice, he says, such consultations “almost always get replied to with an order to ignore the firing and the taunts”. It has already been reported in these columns that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is regarded with distaste by the men in uniform for his Sunshine Policy towards Islamabad. The PM has been joined by Defence Minister A.K. Antony in being the butt of uncharitable comments related to the PMO-MoD policy of avoiding a robust response to provocative actions from across the border.

These commanders said that “proper rules of engagement” would have resulted in an “immediate and deadly response to the killing of five of our boys by the Pakistani military”. But for the informal restrictions on counter-activity, “the Indian Army would have in hours inflicted such damage to the other side that they would have thought twice before launching provocative actions”.

They claimed that in those few sectors where local commanders “with spirit were still allowed to function”, the Pakistan side was quiet. There was anger at reports that junior officers would be punished for what was in their view “a failure of the higher command to appreciate that force is the best way to ensure calm”. Several officers said that “since Kargil, it has become the fashion for higher-ups to blame juniors for their own mistakes”. They said that scrutiny of postings would show that “those commanders who inflicted a robust response to provocations were quickly moved out of sensitive commands”.

These officers said that the “zigzag pattern of deployment of our troops and the enemy” meant that preventing an ambush in the Poonch sector was “difficult”. Therefore, they added, the only way of deterring such action was to ensure “a strong response to any hostile action”. According to them, such a course has been informally countermanded by the political leadership, in deference to the desire to chase the chimera of peace with Pakistan, and warned that “unless the Army is given the freedom to act against provocations, more of our soldiers will pay the ultimate price”.



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45 responses to “The American Stooge

  1. american yogi

    What a Secularist can and should be Proud of? – By ARAVINDAN NEELAKANDAN

  2. India seems to be full of stooges. American stooges, British stooges, Chinese stooges, Pakistani stooges and then there are Islamic stooges, Christian stooges, Sikh stooges, Buddhist stooges and who doesn’t know of Maoist stooges and Tribal stooges. As if that is not enough there we have commi stooges, sickular stooges and reservation stooges. And if the latest intelligence reports are to be believed there are some extraterrestrial stooges who have landed somewhere in the Himalayas and on their way to the plains. We are in real danger. Government of India must perform ‘Shuddhi Yagna’ at both national and state level.

    • Indian Realist

      India has always been full of traitors. How do you think foreigners manage to rule this land again and again?

      • Jaipal

        @Indian Realist,

        Except for the Turkic invasions and the British, India was never really
        under foreign rule. Even the Muslim invaders could not consolidate
        the entire country under their control,due to Hindu resistance.

        Traitors exist today largely because of Maccaulay based system
        of education.

        How do you explain Egypt’s continued domination by foreigners
        straight for 2000 years, non-stop?

    • cnm

      @ cynical

      “Sikh stooges, Buddhist stooges and who doesn’t know of Maoist stooges and Tribal stooges”

      Can you name the Sikh stooges, Buddhist stooges and tribal stooges?

      • cnm


        “Government of India must perform ‘Shuddhi Yagna’ at both national and state level”

        well said, but how can a secular (anti-Hindu) govt. perform Suddhi Yajna.

        • @cnm
          Let me tell you one thing. Secularism (whether of the right or the left) in India is a sham. Like most things in an Indian scenario the beliefs, the theories and their practice is a hotchpotch of opportunistic posturing. Secularism in India is only preserved on paper i.e. in the constitution. The spirit has been dented by every government of the past and present at centre and at state. Coming back to your question, why not? If the walls of the offices of a secular government can be decorated by the pictures of deities of a particular religion, if worship of Goddess Kali can be done in secular police stations and rituals of a particular religion can be observed on Govt. functions (like opening of a new Bridges, sailing of newly built war-ship etc.) why can’t the Govt. perform ‘Yagnas’? In a country of ‘Sab chalta hai’ culture everything is kosher.

          • cnm

            “If the walls of the offices of a secular government can be decorated by the pictures of deities of a particular religion, if worship of Goddess Kali can be done in secular police stations and rituals of a particular religion can be observed on Govt. functions (like opening of a new Bridges, sailing of newly built war-ship etc.) why can’t the Govt. perform ‘Yagnas’? In a country of ‘Sab chalta hai’ culture everything is kosher.”

            If the walls of the offices of a secular Govt. is decorated with pictures of Deities then such decoration is happening in spite of secularism. It is the Hindu spirit of the people of India that expressing itself in this manner. It can not be attributed to the laxity or slackness on the part of the Govt. to thrust secularism on Hindus in India. It is not so easy to suppress the spirit of people.. If Islamic impostors and the cunning British could not do that it is naive to expect that their brown descendants can do that.

          • Indian Realist

            Why don’t you write an article on why Indian secularism is a sham? I will publish it on this blog.

          • Shlok

            @Cynical, great idea

      • @cnm
        Firstly I don’t believe that holding an opinion; – political, economical, religious or whatever, which coincides with the opinion of another community does not make one a stooge. I used the terms to spare those who could have taken the trouble of reminding me of other types of stooges. I have total confidence in their ability in finding (read inventing) stooges even in their drawers and wordrobes.
        In that scenario likely candidates for;
        Sikh stooges: Those demanding waver of death penalty of Khullar, the killer of Gen Brar, and also want to build memorial for dead Khalistani terrorists.
        Buddhist stooges: Ambedkarite social activists in Maharashtra, UP, Karnataka etc. who are bringing down the castle of Hindu upper class hegemony brick by brick, at times not without returning the violence they once experienced.
        Tribal stooges: The inhabitants of India’s hinterland, ever absent in the imagination of upwardly mobile middle class obsessed with a vulgar growth paradigm, who are fighting for their right to survive a life with dignity and in doing so became the greatest impediment in Baniyas’ insatiable urge to loot and plunder what is not his.

        • Shlok

          You say, ‘Buddhist stooges: Ambedkarite social activists in Maharashtra, UP, Karnataka etc. who are bringing down the castle of Hindu upper class hegemony brick by brick, at times not without returning the violence they once experienced’ – absolute crap. Politics may pit different castes against each other, however, at person to person level there is no conflict between Ambedkarites and low castes vs. high castes. I am a low caste myself. Also, let me tell you something else. Whenever you find incidences of Hindu – Muslims riots, that is Muslims starting the riots and Hindus retaliating, it is we low caste people who hit back at the Muslims. Don’t think your Brahmin – Banias can fight. It is we low castes, the OBCS, the MBCs, etc who hit back at the Muslims. Tension between the different castes in UP is political but differences between Hindu and Muslim is very real. Thats why even Mulayam Singh, despite reprimanding his son, couldn’t do anything to save Muslims when Yadavs retaliated. Ask me the facts as firstly I am from UP, and secondly I am low caste

          You say Tribal stooges: ‘The inhabitants of India’s hinterland, ever absent in the imagination of upwardly mobile middle class obsessed with a vulgar growth paradigm, who are fighting for their right to survive a life with dignity and in doing so became the greatest impediment in Baniyas’ insatiable urge to loot and plunder what is not his’ – you seem to be speaking like Ganapathy, the Maoist leader. Your statement is coming straight from Maowadi propoganda. Sorry to disappoint you but tribals have no problems with mainstream samaaj. In 2002 Gujarat riots, Muslims were badly hit by retaliation from tribal Vanvasis of Dang district. What I am trying to point out is that differences between different Hindu communities and castes and tribes is superficial, no doubt encouraged by politicans. Unlike the differences between Hindus and Muslims which is very deep rooted and cannot go away despite politicians trying to

          • cnm

            @Dear Shlok

            You are absolutely right. It is nobody’s case that there was/is never any quarrel between low caste and high caste in India. But it was /is like differences that occurred/occur between members of a family. Nothing more , nothing less. Anti-Hindus want to keep alive the differences howsoever flimsy that may be because they see in that an opportunity to carry out their agenda of weakening and destroying India. But it is a fact that whenever of any danger confronts India both the upper caste and lower caste Hindus fight shoulder to shoulder against the enemies. The entire Muslim rule in India is witness to that solidarity .

            • som

              Raja Bhoja(ruled the kingdom of Malwa in central India from the early 11th century to 1055 CE. Also known as Raja Bhoja Of Dhar, he belonged to the Paramara dynasty ) organized his armies to attack Sultan Mahmud Ghaznavi who had invaded Somnath. Ghaznavi fearing the powerful army of Bhoja retreated via the desert of Sindh to avoid a clash (reported by Turkic author Gardizi as Indian Padshah Parmar Dev) with the Indian king and lost many of his men. Bhoja repulsed the Ghazi Saiyyad Salar Masud who led an army into India to conquer the northern India which his uncle, Sultan Mahmud Ghaznavi, had failed to conquer. Then Bhoja realizing the threat, organized a confederation of Indian kings including the Kalachuri Lakshmi-Karna, the Chahamana and other Indian kings to fight the Salar Masud. In the Battle of Bahraich the northern India confederacy fought a pitched battle for about a month with the Ghaznavi army and completely defeated them killing Salar Masud in the process. They then went on to conquer Hansi, Thaneshvar, Nagarkot and other cities taken by the Ghaznavids and marched against Lahore and besieged it. Just at the point Lahore was about to fall to them, the Indian kings had a disagreement over who would own the captured territories and their armies disbanded and dispersed in a huff. Bhoja started fighting other Indian kings who were his erstwhile allies in the war against the Ghaznavids.

          • Jaipal


            Well said, Hindu Brother.

          • @Shlok
            “I am a low caste myself. Also, let me tell you something else. Whenever you find incidences of Hindu – Muslims riots, that is Muslims starting the riots and Hindus retaliating, it is we low caste people who hit back at the Muslims. Don’t think your Brahmin – Banias can fight. It is we low castes, the OBCS, the MBCs, etc who hit back at the Muslims.”
            Thank you for letting me know that you are a low caste. But it was not necessary. I already knew it. Your opinions, comments, attitude, even choice of words; everything say it aloud about your caste and class. Someone has rightly said that, “You can bring a man out of his caste, but you can’t bring the caste out of that man”. In spite of all these reservations (which is financed by people of upper caste like us) you still carry a low caste mentality.

            • Shlok

              @Cynical, you are now showing your true colors. It has rightly been remarked that Commies and ‘Dravidian’ parites make a big hue and cry about Dalit / low caste rights, but always reserve power for themselves only. Same for Congress also. I am not and have never been a BJP supporter, but you can see no one in the party or among mainstream Hindus have any objection to a low caste leader like Narendra Modi or Shivraj Singh Chauhan

              • Shlok

                @Cynical contnued.. so your brothers and friends make a big show about caste discrimination, but the acceptance of extremely backward persons like Modi or Uma Bharat clearly show that the so called caste discrimination is just skin deep. On the other hand, I am deeply offended by your remarks against ‘low-castes’

                • Shlok

                  @Cynical continued. On the other hand, let me tell you that I firmly follow the proper varnashram as it was being followed in Vedic times. I belong to a fishermen community, where eating fish and seafood, along with drinking is quite common. However, I always consider myself to be a Vaisya as I don’t do fishing, I work in the IT sector. I do eat seafood or meat any longer because a Vaishya has no reason to eat meat, unlike Kshatriyas and Shudras. I always refer to my low caste origins because people like you spread lies that we are being discriminated against. On the contrary, this December I am getting married to ‘upper caste’ Thakur girl

              • Jaipal


                I think you should support the BJP. Compared to other parties,
                the BJP at least is nationalist at some level and it is a pro-Hindu
                party. Or at the least, it doesnt allow communal riots against Hindus
                the way Congress or other parties do for the sake of the Muslim
                vote-bank politics.

                We Hindus across the country should vote for Modi and BJP IN 2014.
                That is the only way that India and Hindus can be safe.

                • Shlok

                  @Jaipal, I will vote for the BJP not because it is going to work for Hindu Rashtra, but because it is simply put, ‘best of the worst. At the same time, let me tell you that though I also wish Modi would be the PM in 2014, I don’t think the BJP has any chance. Unless and until there is a Hindu wave as in UP (1991) Gujarat (2002), etc there is no way that our Hindu voters are going to transcend caste loyalties and vote as Hindus. I have spoken in this post that I do not believe that caste discrimination and violence is a common feature in India today – of course there are exceptions. But, caste pride and identity is real and cannot be washed away. Take the example of my village in UP. Originally my caste members had been backing the Congress, but today its either SP or BSP. The only time they voted for the BJP, when I was 5 years old, was in 1991. They only voted BJP because BJP had promised ‘ke humare Ram lala ka mandir banaayenge’ But did they make it? So my people say why should we vote for BJP? On the contrary they say that Kalyan Singh was the worst CM ever. You cannot make simple folk like them understand the danger of people like Mulayam Singh or Mayavati pose. As far as they are concerned, all politicians are bad. But Mulayam bhai helps the poor, Mulayam bhai helps our caste, etc. That is all they understand. Yet, even in our village, people know Modi. They even say that Modi can change the face of UP. But, it is not Modi who will stand in the election. The candidate that the BJP puts up in our constituency will be judged by the voters, and without any big Hindu wave, people are not going to look at the bigger picture. The unfortunate part is that it is true the BJP did nothing concrete when they ruled in UP or in the centre. Did they fulfil even one thing which was favorable to Hindus. On the contrary, the Haj pilgrimage amount was maximized during Vajpayee’s rule. Even Kalyan Singh competed with Mulayam to create more and more caste banks. Voters think that if we have to vote caste wise, then why not vote for Mulayam bhai or Mayavati behan. Even my own cousins vote for SP, even when I spend time telling them the pathetic state of Hindus. But as I said and I will repeat, the village folk will fail to see the bigger picture. So lets be realistic. BJP’s coming to power is slim. What we should do is to try to make politicians of other parties that there is a vote bank who is concerned about Hindu interests, and does not like Muslims. Rather than being anti SP or anti Congress, lets make these stinking politicians aware that we will only vote for them if they take care of Hindu interests. I can even vote for Muslim League if they can make India a Hindu Rashtra

            • Shlok

              @Cynical, you said, “You can bring a man out of his caste, but you can’t bring the caste out of that man”, I demand an apology for your absolute casteist statements. What do you think we people are? I feel very angry and hurt. Your claim of ‘high-caste’ people who have ‘used’ me, none of them made me feel different from them. But you make me feel like dirt because of my caste. I demand an apology

              • cnm


                I was looking forward to your reply. It is great to see you have replied. And I must say your replies are acerbic,fitting and to the point. By your replies you have taken the fight to cynical. However, given his wont he will never respond to them.In fact he cannot. It is not that we could not have fixed him. But it was necessary that you reciprocated. His comments on the caste are most reprehensible and speak volume about his upbringing and education. These hypocrites talks of a society free from Brahmnical oppression(whatever that means) but have only contempt for the so-called low caste people.

                • cnm


                  This commie beef-eater in one of his recent comments lectured me on the cruelty that we Hindus inflict on the bullocks while using them in framing. But this anti-Hindu criminal never hesitates to justify the killing of cows in slaughter houses. Bloody escapist.

                • Shlok

                  @Cnm, due to work pressure, its not possible for me to keep regular tabs on this blog. But indeed these people make lots of noises about caste discrimination but actually are really casteist in disguise. Cynical’s words clearly shows that it is he who all along hates ‘low castes’ while I have never experienced hatred from the Brahmins with whom I grew up

                  • cnm

                    The story of oppression or killing of low caste Hindus by High caste Hindus is one of the biggest fraud ever played on Hindus to divide their society. It was a colonial creation and the Brown sahibs who took the reins of India from the Britishers thanks to their colonial style upbringing only gave it a new lease of life, only to sully the image of the High caste Hindus in general and the Brahmins in particular. This is not to suggest that there is never any quarrel among the various castes. But the quarrel is like a quarrel among a family members. That’s all. Besides, such quarrels are never a one-way affair where the low-caste Hindus are maltreated by high caste Hindus.I can cite many examples where they are other way around.

                    I belong to an orthodox Brahmin family. I must say with pride that my family is known for its benevolence and generosity. Last year my father died of Hepatitis B. He had got the infection from patient whom he had been treating for the same. Never did he receive any fees for his treatment in his life. Till he breathed his last he continued to treat patients who were mostly poor.Was he not a Brahmin?

                    • Shlok

                      @Cnm, surely your father was Brahmin not just by caste, but also by his actions. You are blessed to come from such an illustrious family

                    • Shlok

                      @Cnm, as I have mentioned, caste discrimination and violence may take place in exceptional cases. But, caste identity remains an unfortunate fact. Also, caste competitiveness also is true. Among my community, we don’t get along with the Thakurs or the Dalits. But we get along very very well with the Brahmins. Part reason could be that Thakurs are the landlords, most Thakurs are well to do and rich. Our community is extremely poor, but so also are the Brahmins. At least we enjoy reservations, Brahmins don’t. The Thakurs in our village don’t even get along with the Brahmins, and most definitely do not get along with the Yadavs, the intermediate caste as they also own land. So, whatever caste discrimination policies may have been in the medieval times, currently the rules have all changed. Caste competition is there. However, whenever there have been Hindu – Muslim clashes, all the Hindus are one. During the Holi festival, all castes mix. So, when it is a Hindu thing, then we are one. Otherwise, we relax into our casteist and clannish mentality. It is unfortunate but true. Thats why for the BJP to win, they would have to overpower all of this, like they did in 1991

          • @Shlok
            You pride yourself in participating in riots on behalf of Brahmins – Banias, because they can’t fight their own battle. Don’t you understand that you are being used as a pawn in the services of those very people who for centuries heaped contempt on your forefathers and subjected them under most vile and brutal exploitation in the human history. A classic example of ‘Stockholm syndrome’. (If you don’t know what it is, search google)
            You fashion yourself as a defender and protector of Hindus. Do you count the Hindus of Pakistan and Bangladesh among them? Do you know what price they had to pay for your little antics in Ayodhya? Do you realize what misery will fall upon those very people if you act upon your murderous plans to satisfy your empty pride and your own little complex of inferiority?

            • Shlok

              @Cynical, what do you mean ‘ on behalf of Brahmins – Banias, because they can’t fight their own battle’. Sorry Sir, this is a battle from all HIndus, not just Brahmins and Banias. You say, Don’t you understand that you are being used as a pawn in the services of those very people who for centuries heaped contempt on your forefathers and subjected them under most vile and brutal exploitation in the human history”
              I do not blieve in this trash. It is just not true. Our people consider Raja Guha of Ramayana and Satyavati of Mahabharat as our ancestors. We consider the biggest abuse as the MUslim rulers who destroyed our culture in UP and broke our temples. They were the cruellest and most horrendous barbarians .It is our duty to fight against Muslims as they were the ones who fought against our forefathers most cruelly

              • Jaipal


                Many so-called lower castes were the ones who fought the Muslims.
                Along with Kshatriyas, some Brahmins, Vaishyas etc.

                Historians make false claims that only Kshatriyas were fighting against
                the Muslims. This is not true. Hindus of all castes were fighting
                against the Muslim invaders.

                I think the reason that pseudo-historians ignore the contribution
                of other castes, particularly the lower castes, is because to admit that
                lower castes also fought against Muslims would undermine their
                propaganda that lower castes welcomed Muslim invaders as liberators
                from Caste oppression. This would of course weaken the social oppression thesis of these anti-Hindu pseudo historians.

                What do you think?

                • Shlok

                  @Jaipal, most definitely, ‘lower’ castes kept on fighting. Never surrendered. On the other hand, unfortunately, even most of the brave Rajput rulers had surrendered to the Muslims. The story of Hindu resistance to Muslims is the story of all Hindus. Anyone saying anything else is a big liar. chapter close

                  • Jaipal


                    Actually, the Rajput rulers did not surrender as such to the Muslims.
                    What happened was that the Rajputs agreed to a truce with the Mughals.
                    Prior to the Mughals, the Rajput rulers and other Indian rulers were
                    actively fighting the Delhi Sultanate for some 300 years. They agreed
                    to the truce as a temporary way of rebuilding their resources which was
                    exhausted after 300 years of continous warfare. As you know, Rana
                    Pratap condemned the truce of other Rajputs and continued the fight,
                    which was then carried to the final round by the Hindu Marathas led by

                    Akbar’s position also was not strong before the truce with Rajputs.
                    As you may remember, Akbar’s father, Humayun, was defeated very
                    badly by Hemu. Akbar had to recognize the power realities and come to
                    terms with the Rajputs. That is how Mughal empire came into existence.
                    Not because of any Muslim prowess. Many of the battles were fought
                    and won by Rajput generals and troops.

                    Hindus are always better than Muslims. Muslims are just parasites.

            • S

              Raja Dahir was a Brahmin, Cynical idiot ! This is just for starters, do post more communist horsecrap, and I’ll back my replies with facts.

    • Shlok

      @Cynical, you forgot yourself. You are the STOOGE of this blogsite

  3. som

    Just sit on the lap of a superpower,and justify it,after loosing self esteem, is just a sham of national interest.

    • karan

      Yes it is simply misplaced. The idea of other stooges not like sitting on someone’s lap,and justify it,for the sake of national interest .

  4. Jo

    BUT NOW India (OF GANDHI AND NEHRU)is not a rich country.

    In India there are no reliable infrastructures…and much of it is poorly managed. You can get fancy cell phones in Bangalore…but you cannot get decent drinking water or good vegetarian food in India like Los Angeles, London and New York city than in Chennai or Bangalore. But ONE can get plenty of Cappuccinos , pizzas, chocolate cake and ice cream while the electricity goes off every three hours, and the roads can break your legs or back with its potholes.
    That is not the way to define a rich country.

    Ask many immigrants, with the exception of a few who are educated and value driven at the highest level, as to why they came to the US, why they stay here, why they are reluctant to leave and why they fight for this country in ways that are at times “so tribal” and are “globally unfair”. They’ll tell you it is because of basic necessities.

    They even cross the border illegally to come to the US….for “water, food, electricity, basic shelter, safety, dignified life and some opportunity”. They don’t know how to create these things in their own communities, or fight for it…but they come to the US to access it, enjoy it and feel secure by it.

    Many modern Indians, many times, seem unable to differentiate between the basics, necessary for security, stability and safety…and luxury. They seem to fall for well marketed product, because, like deprived depraved children, or people with low IQ, they pursue what is “shiny, glitters, fancy, fashionable and attractive to the senses”.

    There are places in India where food is still a problem…healthy nutritious food. There are places where electricity is still a problem…even for the middle class. There are places where water is still a problem: and the community has gone from no water to infected water to contaminated water to bottled water (sold at a high cost).

    US gives over 1.5 billion dollars aid to Egypt and more than 3 billion dollars of aid to Israel. Many countries that receive aid either did not know how to take the aid and use it intelligently, with confidence and clarity, to improve their democracy and economy, or use it to smartly promote their agenda overseas like Israel.

    There is a joke about “an arrogant poor idiot and a humble poor idiot”.

    The humble poor idiot says, “Thanks for giving me money sir. What shall I do with it? Please give me clear specific instruction, from the moment I wake up to the moment I go to bed, on how I should spend it!”

    The arrogant poor idiot authoritatively responds, “Why are you giving me this money? I am not poor. I am choosing to wear this torn clothes. I am choosing to not eat. I am choosing not to drink water. I am choosing to sleep in the gutter. I am choosing to be sick. I am going to throw this money right next door to those invaders! Vaat do you think…insulting me with all this money?”

    A moral of the story is, “Whether you take the money and follow orders, or throw the money at your competitors or enemies, while living in poverty, without global power or influence, an idiot is an idiot”.

    India need not consider all money coming its way as “aid with strings attached, or as one where you have to nod your head like a gi-gi doll”. India deserves money…and the word is “deserve”. Call it compensatory justice for centuries of colonialism, invasion, occupation, exploitation and abuse.

    Just because few people live in multi-million dollar homes in India, it does not make the country rich.

    • Ramesh

      India deserves money…and the word is “deserve”. Call it compensatory justice for centuries of colonialism, invasion, occupation, exploitation and abuse.
      (1)Foreign institutional investors turn sellers: Foreign funds sold shares worth Rs. 897 crore in the previous three sessions in a departure from heavy buying that has propped up domestic shares. Lingering concerns about political stability may also have forced FIIs to withdrawal some of their funds from the country.

      (2)Political uncertainty may hit reforms.

      (3)India’s current account deficit is unsustainable at its present level and 7 per cent growth seems too distant in the future. While core inflation has softened, food prices refuse to come down creating pressure on the central bank to hold rates.

      (4)Technical weakness: The Fibonacci levels( method of technical analysis for determining support and resistance levels) point to potential pressure.

      (5) Global risk aversion is increasing: U.S. stocks ended their worst week this year with losses on Friday after jobs data showed employers hired at the slowest pace in nine months. This was the latest in a series of disappointing economic reports. A report last week showed U.S. factory activity grew at the slowest rate in three months in March.

    • Ramesh

      AMERICA is hatching so many conspiracies against this nation.
      Assault on Indian democracy and the unity of India:
      In Odisha:
      In February 2012, the Maoist leader Sabyasachi Panda confessed that it was the Maoists(Evngelaicalist Christians )who indeed killed Odisha MLA Jagbandhu Majhi in September 2011 and Swami Laxmananda Saraswati in 2007. The killing of the latter was motivated by the religious discourse in Maoist terror that has pervaded Kandhamal district.
      As per a member of parliament of the Congress party from Odisha,India about 70 MLAs and 10 MPs are under constant Maoist threats. This constitutes half the elected members from the state, the total number of MPs being 21 and MLAs 149.
      In Chhattisgarh:
      Maoist rebels extort up to Rs 300 crore every year in Chhattisgarh from traders of forest products, transporters and iron ore mining firms, Maoists extort at least Rs.250-300 crore annually and their extortion business runs from the state’s southern tip of Bastar to the northern Surguja district.They mainly extort money from traders of ‘tendu’ leaves, iron ore mining firms, small and big contractors and transporters,
      Tendu leaves, which are used to make bidis (leaf-rolled cigarettes), are one of the most important forest products of the Bastar region that has been considered the centre of Maoist terrorism in India since the late 1980s.
      The restive region spread across 40,000 sq km has deposits of about 20 percent of the country’s total iron ore stocks and owners of the mines regularly face extortion demands from Maoists. The traders, businessmen, contractors and others who pay extortion money hardly have the courage to report it to the police because of the fear of Maoists and their own business interests in the region..
      Of the 1,500 casualties in Maoist violence since the state came into existence in November 2000 after splitting from Madhya Pradesh, 90 percent have been from Bastar.
      In Tripura:
      For decades Tripuras indigenous tribal population has been dragged out of their homes and forced to convert to Christianity under threat of violence. Whenever any of the tribals organize Hindu festivals or rituals, the terrorist groups attack to desecrate and kill the participants. There have been incidents of issuing a ban on the Hindu festivals of Durga Pooja and Saraswati Pooja. The NLFT manifesto says that they want to expand what they describe as the kingdom of God and Christ in Tripura. The hill tribe Jamatiya worship in the month of March their traditional god Gadiya, who is supposed to be an incarnation of Lord Shiva. The terrorists have issued an order that the Gadiya be prayed on the Christmas day instead.
      Another church official, Jatna Koloi, who was also arrested, admitted that he received training in guerrilla warfare at an NLFT base . It is now apparent that the pattern of forced conversions at gunpoint are irrefutably linked to the Baptist Church in Tripura. The NLFT is accused of forcing Tripura?s indigenous tribes to become Christians and give up Hindu forms of worship in areas under their control.
      In Tripura, there were no Christians at independence; there are 120.000 today, a 90% increase since 1991.
      In Arunachal Pradesh:
      The figures are even more striking in Arunachal Pradesh, where there were only 1710 Christians in 1961, but 1,2 million today, as well as 780 churches!
      In Nagaland:
      Christian Naga terrorists have been killing non-Christians for decades on end, and this has never been an issue with the world media,
      In Andhra Pradesh :
      In Andhra Pradesh, churches are coming-up every day in far flung villages and there was even an attempt to set-up one near Tirupati.
      In Maharashtra:
      Many Christian action group cadres have also been inducted into prominent naxalite groups under the garb of liberation theology activists. For instance Vernon Gonsalves @ Vikram, a state committee member of Maharashtra unit of CPI (Maoist) who was arrested by the ATS, Maharashtra, in August,2007 and another top Maoist leader Arun Ferreira, r/o Bandra, who was arrested by Nagpur police have both confessed to the police that they are activists of liberation theology movement. A number of human rights activists including Dr.Binayak Sen,Vice President of PUCL, have also been arrested in the recent past for their close links with the Maoist movement in the country confirming the close links between the Maoist movement and NGO and human rights net-work. Since the Christian action groups in the country are all controlled by various church agencies, many church leaders in India are also now directly linked with the naxalite movement.

      Today, with the full support and all possible assistance from the networking NGOs and also with the systematic induction of a large number of NGO activists into major naxalite groups, the naxal movement in the country has now become very powerful and it continues to make inroads into more and more new areas, especially in the remote and tribal regions.

      About 170 districts in 15 states in the country are now reportedly considered as naxal-infested. This unprecedented growth of naxalite movement in the country can be attributed to the support and encouragement it receives from the action group movement of networking NGOs which has got a strong and wide network all over the country.

      The irony of the situation is that the naxalite movement which proclaims to be the greatest crusader against the imperialist lobby is presently controlled by the action group movement which in turn is promoted, financed and controlled by the same imperialist lobby.
      NATO,CIA and Evngelaicalist Christians (Maoist) are same.
      They are doing everythings against democracy and human liberty.
      To control over the resources by destabilize the region is their geopolitical goal.
      For them Jesus is nothing but an ‘artifice of aggression’.
      Villages are being terrorised to ‘donate’ at least one child from each family to the cause of Maoist terror.
      One of the Italians, Paolo Bosusco, had visited the area several times before and enjoyed the hospitality of the Maoists. His being taken hostage was a staged drama to humble the Indian state. Paolo is a member of an Italy based Ultra-Leftist organisation, Party of Committees to Support Resistance for Communism (CARC). In December 2011, the Maoist Communist Party of Manipur in a press release had acknowledged its association and support of some foreign based ultra-leftist outfits. They are: Communist Party of Philippines, Association for Proletarian Solidarity, Italy (ASP), Maoist Communist Party of France, Revolutionary Communist Party Canada (PCR – RCP), and Party of the Committees to Support Resistance for Communism (CARC), Italy. Some of the western countries had played a very dubious role in fanning Left Wing Extremism (LWE) in Nepal to facilitate religious conversion. Kandhamal district of Odisha suffers from the same paradigm. Nepal’s example should not be lost out on India.
      As far as military prowess of the Maoists goes, there is evidence of AK-47s being supplied by the United Wa Army in Myanmar. The AK-47 manufacturing facility has been provided by China to the said insurgent outfit. The Maoist-ISI-LeT-militant groups nexus in Kashmir and the North-East is fairly well established. The Chinese, according to a national television channel, have also begun to supply sophisticated signal equipment with encryption capabilities to the Maoists.
      The top two non-governmental donors to India were U.S.-based missionary organizations, World Vision International at ~$155 million and Gospel for Asia ~$99.5 million — together that’s $255 million into India in just one year. Overall, an astonishing 18,996 organizations in India, a disproportionate number linked to Christian missionaries, received donations totaling $2.4 billion in 2007 alone. And the inflow has been growing rapidly. 2007 showed contributions more than double of 2002. With these numbers, how can we say the concerns are unfounded?
      The war is on. In this war the adversary has a deadly cocktail of ideology, foreign support, religious agenda, armed cadres, criminal financing and terror. It would be anti-national to treat it as a law and order problem. The assault is now on Indian democracy and the unity of India. Let us unite and fight because now in question is the very air-of-freedom that we are breathing.

    • som


      Thirteen Years of Killings in Tripura by the NLFT(The National Liberation Front of Tripura)
      There is no democracy in 40% area of this country,so either this country is poor or rich that does not matter

  5. JSA

    Look at the racist in you coming out.. Blaming Sardarjees for whatever’s wrong.
    Cheers to you, mate!

    • Shlok

      @JSA, I do not konw which post you are referring to. However Hindus consider Sikhs as their brothers. We do not discriminate against them. We consider them most patriotric and valiant. Hindus and Sikhs are one

  6. Saikat Datta for the Daily News and Analysis suggested that Indian army units in the Uri sector could have provoked the incident.

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