Sixty year of Congi rule still India is nowhere another 60 year of congress rule will do nothing special. Now Congimen should stop blaming Left as they have to prove in the West bengal what they can do which Left parties havn't done. Big talk will do nothing as people can punish CPI(M) so they can do same to Congress & Mamata party.
Re: Re: No matter how much Congi celebrate nothing will change.
by Munna Bhai on May 18, 2009 10:18 AM
It is just a propaganda and India cannot even become superpower even in another 100 years as the politician here are most selfish and currupt no matter which political party they belong. Imagine when 150 MP's with criminal or tainted record have won this election with huge margins what will be the fate of this country.
Re: Re: Re: No matter how much Congi celebrate nothing will chang
by Joy Gupta on May 18, 2009 12:55 PM
Well said Munnabhai. James lall you must think whether it is realistic that India will become superpower by 2015. Do you really think so? Think hard. If you can't, borrow Munnabhai's brain. :-)
Re: Commis the great
by prabhakar timothy on May 18, 2009 09:36 AM
In India, It is only psedo communisim supporting the corporates. It is high time that the politbureau members are replaced with the actual working class of India.
I am happy Cong(I) got elected although i am little tend towards BJP..as long as Sonia doesnt come back in 2014 and say sadak, pani....gharibe hatao... i am happy. No misuse of CBI... try to be less corrupt(tolerance is the way to go...0% corruption is pipedream) and finally give leadership outside a family......(crab culture of pulling their legs kept them out of absolute majority for 18yrs)... hang afzal guru, be strict on kasab....etc., a clean chit will make them a better option for ever.... Hope the victory doesnt enter their head.. and take the country to late 70's and 80's....
Re: Congrats Cong(I)
by Joy Gupta on May 18, 2009 12:59 PM
You're expecting too much and day dreaming my friend. A party serves the nation for 50 years and still can't provide good drinking water to every village. What else can you expect? You can copy Cong manifesto of 2004, 2009 and compare it with the manifesto of 2014. Mark my words, there will not be anything new. Only the format & the language will change. The essence will remain same. It'll be foolish to expect much. Yes, only thing you can expect is that this Govt can serve full term unless they do something really stupid like releasing Kasab. But be prepared for more 26/11 like incidents.
Re: where are they ?
by Soumen Das on May 18, 2009 09:10 AM
Remember buddy, have there been no Communist, USA would have opened a military base in India during Iraq conflict. And behind all these nationalized banks and public sectors or the schemes vis-a-vis farmers and Pensions scheme, from which Congress is reaping benefits, there was Communist
CPM wants a totaletarian system, - a typical communist masterplan, where the party is the last thing. All personal freedom, personal aspirations, all freedom of expression will stop at the PARTY.
Have you ever wondered why this party is being tolerated? The party constitution (and that of CPI's too) says openly that they are using the indian democratic system to attain the ultimate objective - the so called "revolution", and if and when that happens the communists will dump the indian constitution in favor of their totaletarian system. people don't talk much about it - nor do the media pay much attention to it. But this is the crux of the matter. CPM (and CPI, and all other left parties) is/are using the indian electoral system just as an intermediate step before they bring a stalinist oppressive system where people will NOT have personal freedom. The events of Singur and Nandigram are just pointers to that direction.
After thirty years in power through muscle and money, CPM thought that they have attained that level of revolution where the party is sacrosant, it can not be questioned, it can not be challanged. Hence in the name of industrialization they started uprooting farmers from their root, that is the land. The industralization is meant for party fat cat's big bank balances. Oh, as crumb, some jobs could have been given to party faithfuls, to keep them in survitude for4 ever.
Mamata's tenacity to stand by the farmers poured cold water in those grand plans.
Re: Re: Congress I 2009 Election Manifesto
by Congi Basher on May 18, 2009 09:12 AM
All Indians are not Dalits. If all Dalits want to be Indians, then follow the Indian rules and regulations. Accept that you have chosen a worthless, corrupt and megalomaniac leader and seek apology from your Dalit brethrens for the mistake. If you want Dalit as head of state, be content with UP. But another 3 years to go before Indians kick out Mayabatti from UP also. So be an Indian first, a Dalit later.
People’s issues are rice and roti, not even kapra or makan. Their issues have to be targeted. Congress would have done better if they targeted guaranteeing 365 days’ work for every one, then everything one by one. I doubt now if the slogans of political parties or pundits and the media are taken into account by the people. Politics is turning to be personal issue to these majority voters who have their day on the day of election. Politicalizing them should be, if at all, the secondary issue. Even the waiver of agricultural loans have been criticized by the Pundits, the small and marginal farmers (including the defaulters) have had their glee over that. Political parties should also change. People forget overly religious and communal riots and near-genocides, but act on their immediate experiences. I don’t think that the Hindus or Muslims or any other social groups and communities have acted en masse, in spite of the tactics utilized by their leaders. What so ever the Election Commission’s danda to stop electioneering have acted in people’s favour to take their own decision. The candidates in cities and to an extent in towns have ignored the Commission but that may have influenced the middle class who are polarized but not the floating voters or the poorest strata of this hierarchical society.
Re: Vote Gale: Vote Lessons
by Kannan on May 18, 2009 07:21 AM
You are speaking like a communist. Go and read an ecomomics text book. You will understand that no guarantees can be made about jobs. Yes, Government can hand over tax payers money to less affluent and make it look like they are providing employment (naming it Jawahar rojgar yojana as if Jawahar is himself paying from his pocket)
Although, me too, belong a super class sc Sikh, like Boota Singh, however, sins to be exposed. All Maharastrians possess some or other kinds of fake reservation certificates which they use in other states and various professional colleges. Even, their Brahmins possess sc certificates and get all sorts of benefits from other states. In every 10 Maharastrian families, you will find one freedom fighter. There was a time when Nehru and Patel empowered some of their own people to issue these certificates. During that time, these fake certificates were issued at random in these states, specially, Bihar, UP, Punjab and Maharastra. Today, we could perceive the reflection of those corruptions from their fiscal status.