also selling-out of media (english and vernacular) projection of MMS as PM when all their campaigns extolled rahool baba as 'future of India' (ouch!). MMS HAS BEEN USED by Cong. (Yet Again). Clearly shows abysmal values and disrespect for a brilliant academician/economist. Hindus opted for Congress out of FEAR and HELPLESSNESS in face of increasing attacks and threats from Islam1c terror groups (supported vehemently by misled local Musl1m youth).
Minorities were lured into believing that their salvation lies solely in debasing and removing HINDU-FORCES.
The Irony of it all is that fundamentalists(non-hindu) took refuge behind so-called secularism; something they would NEVER emulate or support were they in power themselves.
Muslims in India have time and again proved themselves through their numerous successes across all fields. To create a sense of alienation and isolation and persecution in the minds of young minorities is what has been used time and again by the congress and its cohorts to secure a disgruntled scared and misled voter base. Muslims have been ghettoized and pushed into a corner through such orchestrated and well engineered propagandas.
Congress will never want/like the minorities to feel secure or prosper as it is in direct opposition to their vote extracting modus operandi.
It would take a concerted effort for all INDIANS to rid ourselves of this subservient servile and complacent mindset.
Its time to think beyond CONGRESS and ofcourse BJP
All credit to Yedurappa Ji for this great performance. He has done so well in Karnataka in such a short period. Look at roads, power, water etc. things have improved. Let BJP not loose heart; there is a next time & they should bounce back.
Re: yeddi s
by Rehan Sharieef on May 17, 2009 05:24 PM
Congratulations! Once again the "WISE ELECTORATE" of Karnataka have successfully voted the eventual opposition to power in the state. By doing this consistently in the last few elections the "WISE ELECTORATE" of Karnataka have ensured that their state is subject to step-motherly treatment by the ruling party at the centre and miss out on development funds and investment projects. The "WISE ELECTORATE" of Karnataka have hence made sure that Karnataka remains condemned and lags behind other southern states from a progress standpoint. The "Wise Electorate" of Karnataka elects BJP when Congress is at the ruling centre and elects Congress when BJP is at the ruling centre and when they can’t make up their minds the "WISE ELECTORATE" choose Devegowda and his siblings.
Re: Re: yeddi s
by Ravi Kant on May 17, 2009 05:55 PM
Rehan - there are many mad guys like you who must be thrown out of the country as you will not understand what is democracy. Guys like you must be under a dictatorial rule like Musharraf.
Re: Re: yeddi s
by derrick on May 17, 2009 05:38 PM
if gettin in power MPs frm ruling party would hv developed the area Indian would hv been developed country in 5 yrs frm 84-89 when opposition was routed by congress in 84 election
Re: Re: yeddi s
by Nandakumar rajagopal on May 17, 2009 05:38 PM
your sacasm on Karnataka voters is misguided. if Karnataka is affected 35% of export would be affected. That iam confident will not be allowed by "WISE CONGRESS"
Re: Re: Re: yeddi s
by Numb Nut on May 17, 2009 05:43 PM
but Karnataka can expect UPA to be pro-TN and pro-AP in cauvery and krishna disputes. And that 35 percent will slowly start coming down as all the powerful ministries related to IT and other tech sectors will go to either TN,AP or Kerala.
Entire Karnataka cannot be considered as South India as North Karnataka doesn't have even a bit of South Indian culture. Karnataka was divided before independence as Bombay Karnataka, Old Mysore region and Hyderabad Karnataka. Rest coastal areas, Bellary were under British rule. Only Old Mysore region seems to fit in South India concept as there cuture is some what similar to those in TN & Kerala. Bombay Karnataka'c culture resemles Marathi culture while Hyderabad karnataka having ruled by Nizams have more urdu words in Kannada. I am from Mysore and i have lived in Gulbarga for 4 years and have travelled along Bombay Karnataka. People of Bombay Karnataka are the worst we need to send those areas back to Maharashtra coz they keep electing anti-Kannada people like Suresh Angadi. while Hyderabad Karnataka people are best and seems to take little bit pride in being Karnataka.
Re: North Karnataka
by chinmay on May 17, 2009 05:29 PM
Hatss off....what a innovation, this is a historical day in karnataka history....... dubba hale mysoorean ...lets goto D gouda house do some domestic work... you can take Radhika as your helper...
Re: Re: North Karnataka
by Old Mysorean on May 17, 2009 05:45 PM
Yes, If i became CM of Karnataka i will keep Radhika as my hekper. But if you, or for that matter any BJP supporter Became CM they make "Shobha" a cabinet minister.
Re: Re: Re: North Karnataka
by chinmay on May 17, 2009 06:00 PM
Dubba hale mysoorian ..why did you come bjp and all..?I am not telling about that ..how did you say north karnataka people are not kannadigaas..?every area in state had its own different kannada language..if you go to near kolar their you will get tamil mixed kannada..if you go near to kerla you got byari and other mixing...every part of karnataka is unique. ok dont say this again...
Re: Re: Re: Re: North Karnataka
by Old Mysorean on May 17, 2009 06:11 PM
Atleast people in Hale Mysooru are not dabba that they elect anti Kannadigas like Angadi. This shows they you no love for the state.
1. Average 50% voting- out of 50 people, atleast 20 would have been Non-Hindus who voted against BJP. Rest 30 votes were devided and did not go full to BJP. 2. BJP's negative campaign- it was wrong to make repeated attacks on MMS. Instead they should have highlighted previous NDA achievements like roads etc. They should also have highlighted more about thier Income tax rebates plans which would attract people. 3. Tactical voting by voters for a national party- In TN/AP, the only available option was Congress and people went with it.
My feeling is that BJP will never come to power as Muslim population keeps increasing every 5 years!!Add Rahul effect to that and you will see only Congress next.
Re: bjp has to focus in south
by Madhu on May 17, 2009 05:08 PM
Mainly Telugu Desham and AIADMK should understand allying with a national party. People want to vote for a national party in Loksabha elections and all that they had this time in AP/TN was Congress. Naidu said last time that he lost because of BJP alliance, what this time Mr.Naidu?
Re: Re: bjp has to focus in south
by Nandakumar rajagopal on May 17, 2009 05:45 PM
very correct assesment. JJ and TD combination would have given enough foothold for BJP in these states. BJP also should develope good orators to address public impressively. Mere statement of statistics will not do.