Skip to main content

Radical Problems

"These days’ youths are joining politics with an impulse of emotional call to elevate corruption. Magnetic forces of old corrupt parties are trying hard to woo them. They’re not only succeeding in exploiting this young power but also damaging the whole generation.
It’s visible that young men and women are widely taking extreme stands upon their religious sentiments. They’re so badly misguided by the extremists that they’ve almost lost their senses. They’ve given up their reasoning capabilities. They’re brain washed by the shrewd orators.
1.     Gowelkar (Founder of Hindu Mahasabha) thought that Hindu’s are widely divided in terms of ritual, belief, deities, ethnicity and anthropology. His first challenge was to bring every Hindus under one sentimental revolt. He figured out that cows are found across India. Cows are worshiped in Hindu but slaughtered by Islamic & Christian Indians to produce beef. He thought this could be miraculous to advance politically but he failed. Over the period of time when TVs become famous idiot box of every Indian households. A weekly TV soap ‘Ramayana’ become historic hit. 12 Million People used get studded on 3 million TV screens across India every weekend. Ram Lalla’s birthplace turned out to be the game winner for now RSS nourished BJP.
2.     Opening of the economy due to unavoidable foreseen bankruptcy invited western capitalistic vultures to eat the dying flesh of Indian Socialistic fabrics. Indian minerals and natural recourses worth billions of dollars are sold in Pennies and Annas to western giants. In return of fat bunch of dollars they tossed some coins in the hands of starving Indians. This has been promoted as India Shining or Bharat Nirman by the politicians who by now are fed tightly from mouth to anus.

3.     Powered by US, Pakistan casually sought for expanding its territory by reducing India’s volume. USA in the quest of tossing Soviet into ashes went to the peak of faulty foreign policies which encouraged Pakistan, Israel and handful of theocratic radicals like Al-Qaeda and Taliban. It intensified already burning domestic conflict between Hindus and Islamic minorities. While Pakistan gained Dollars, Indians only triggered riots after riots to kill god fearing poor citizens. 


Popular posts from this blog

जाने क्या क्या

"ये अचानक बढ़ी कौतुहल का ग़ुबार भर है, कविता कह देना बड़ी बात होगी, पेश है आपके नज़रो-क़रम के लिए "
कुछ मीठा मीठा छूट गया, कुछ कड़वा कड़वा साथ रहा। 
उसके आने जाने तक का, जाने क्या क्या याद रहा।
फूल, किताबें, मंदिर ओटलें, वो गली गलीचे गुजर गये।
भीड़ भाड़ कि धक्का मुक्की, में ये शहर बड़ा आबाद रहा।
सायकल, गच्छी, सीठी, घंटी, छुप छुप के संवाद किये।
अब आँखों की अठखेली का, न वो हुनर रहा न उन्माद रहा।
कुछ मीठा मीठा छूट गया, कुछ कड़वा कड़वा साथ रहा। 
उसके आने जाने तक का, जाने क्या क्या याद रहा।
- जितेंद्र राजाराम

My World View

"My vision is that everyone irrespective of their history must be allowed to participate in making this world a better place"  - Jitendra Rajaram 
Economy is a political arrangement of power. It is not about money. Money is a tool to exercise the power one holds.    Politics is a continuous struggle of reshuffling the power arrangement among various power fringes. These fringes are class, caste, community, ethnicity, skin colour, gender, age, and family identities. Macroscopically, this struggle is homogeneous, everyone is fighting with everyone else. Microscopically however, one can observe patterns. The patter is a binary, a war between “Handful powerful elites” and “Million weak, poor and discarded bands of people”.

Whoever is ruling, has actually achieved a temporary state of equilibrium. This equilibrium is the sum of positive and negative powers like religion, wealth, societies, people unions, customs, cultures, and ethnicities etc. This equilibrium can be managed and sust…

The Cusp of Democracy & Autocracy

A country where earning Rs.18 a day tags you not poor, Election Commission spends Rs.73 per voter to conduct the general election  - Jitendra Rajaram
"Out of 123 democratic countries in the world, not a single country is 100% democratic. Not a single democracy conducts 100% impartial election. In India where 36% population lives in a $1 a day, the cost of election is more than $1 a vote. The irony doesn't end here! The political parties conesting in such elections have spent more $13 to woo every single elector in 2019 General Election of India. Owing the amount of money spent, should we call it a democracy or plutocracy?

Nic Cheeseman and Brian Klass wrote in the first page of their book “How to Rig an Election” with a statement “The greatest political paradox of our time is this: there are more elections than ever before, and yet the world is becoming less democratic”.

As Victor Hugo said, “Nothing is stronger than the idea whose time has come”, it is evident that time still…