Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Will India die in the hand of dynastic politicians????????

I don’t think India will remain as the nation of peace.

It is doubtful. Today’s dynastic politicians are sowing the seed for rebel/revolution in India. No doubt one day Indians will throw all these dynastic politicians as they thrown British. But before that Indians are going to suffer a lot. Will god save India from these politicians???????????????????????

Now Japanese prime minister has come to India. Our honourable prime minsister Dr.Manmohan Singh, invited the Japan PM and his wife. Do u know who are all the other special guests?????????

Rahul Gandhi, Kanimozhi and Supriya. Wonder who they are Rahul is son of Sonia Gandhi, kanimozhi is daughter of DMK chief M Karunanidhi and Supriya is the daughter of NCP Chief Sharad Pawar.(no doubt they are going to be the next supremo in their respective party(may be except kanimozhi...because Stalin will take care of state only center will be allotted to her)

Do u think still India is ruled democratically???? Every Indians getting the same treatment from govt???? Hey Indians awake….take care of yourself and your next generation.


Dileep said...

some of the dynasties that ruled India before colonial era is an example for Indians accepting dynasties rather than democracy.
Khiljis, Tuglaqs, and lodhis ruled in Delhi before Mughals . The mughals who came to into India, with an invasion from Babar..continued the reign in a way like Babur, Humayun, Akbar, Jehangir, Shah Jahan and Aurangazeb, Bahadur Shah Zafar( king and Bahadur only in name) and finally..East India Company/ Queen Elizabeth.

So this seems to be a continuation for centuries, where Indians have to change their mindset that there are separate class called rukers. It is a shame that Roman Civilisation knew about liberty and equality centuries before and implemented a form of democracy to elect rulers until Julius Caeser became the ruler.

Now it is the so called " Gandhi" dynasty! that is ruling India. It is encouraging if youngsters enter politics and become active since student politics, but they haven't realised that only those politicians who have fans rule the country. It is a fan fare that builds mass support and election is just a number game. Even formation of government is just a number game. If you know how to play the drama to get the numbers, you win. But, it seems to be that, to play the number game, You ahve to be a close relative of that grand old politician and not just a common Indian. Is indian middle class and bourgeoisie have lost touch in politics? comon man is still confused, what to do?

Anand Mohan Dass said...

Talking about Dynasty rule, it will never last longer unless the person who rule does not have that capacity to rule.

In the case of Nepal kingdom all family members were killed by one family member.However Gynendra took control.

My point is dynasty rule will not last as long as the ruler loses the people's support.