Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Bonfire Of The HATO Alliance



One of the advantages Narendra Modi enjoys is that his silly political opponents and the HATO (Hammam Associates Treaty Organisation) in media are permanently busy in lampooning him and calling him names. They forget that the man is one of the shrewdest politicians to walk the Indian political scene. He is the man responsible for asking the ShivSena to go take a walk and refuse to tolerate their tantrums. There are many who are unaware of the history of the SS. This party was once what the AAP today is – a clone of the Congress disguised as an independent party. Later when BJP emerged as a Hindutva warrior the Sena changed colours. I don’t have to write the whole story. Fortunately, someone has written it here and I recommend a read.

In the LKA-ABV era of BJP, the party was pussy-footing in taking on the fake Gandhis directly. That’s all gone and the Gandhis are now exposed as the worst political performers. Both Sonia and her dumb son Rahul (or even the Jenny-come-when-I-want Mrs Vadra) have disgraced themselves for not taking responsibility for any of their recent string of defeats. Their disgrace extends to condemnable behaviour of not even congratulating the winner. Such a party is destined for the dustbin unless they throw up new leadership. The media indulges in wishful thinking hoping somehow the Congress will cobble up some victories and stop the Modi march. I find it amazing that the media, who should be a mere witness and reporter of events, is so angry at a party faring well in elections. To dent the BJP many of the media poodles even went to the extent of sucking up to the SS and Uddhav Thackeray, a man with zero leadership skills and zero charisma. Therefore, post the results of Maharashtra and Haryana (and even before it) the media was busy trying to spin the results as a defeat for Modi.

My first post on January 1 this year was about the victory of good over evil. Most people could read the public mood. The victory of good over evil in our politics was inevitable. It is only our media scumbags who wanted evil to win. It is fun to look back on some of the worst of these in our media who are still unable to come to terms with the reality of their own destruction. Here is Kumar Ketkar, senior dirty-lingerie manager of the Congress, whose filth will be permanently etched along with the name of the party:

This pimp Ketkar and his co-pigs even claimed the Congress did well in Maharashtra because some stupid polls predicted they will get only 2o seats while they actually got 40 seats. Effectively, these morons would have people believe the Congis have exceeded performance expectations by 100% and have therefore won while the BJP languishes in defeat. If I lose a cricket match; as a bad loser I would probably tell you what you played wasn’t cricket but foozeball. Well, that’s exactly what the greatest moron Maharashtra ever produced had to say about democracy:

As the MahaMoron says; if BJP wins an election India does not remain a democracy anymore. This is the same MahaMoron who also once claimed middle class people of low IQ vote BJP. My cup of joy runneth over. There is this ‘eminent distortian’ Ram Guha, who has grovelled before every institution of the Nehru-Gandhi clan for crumbs for survival who suddenly discovers the most pernicious lie that Modi perpetrated:

Naturally, people on SM are smarter and quickly pointed to the lies that our media crooks survive on for their daily bone. I’m no distortian and not very well-versed in that art but I’m certainly good at spotting pigs who find their way to garbage without any help. I can easily tell Ram Guha is one of those pigs. He’s not alone. Tulsi Gabbard has been a Hindu since her childhood. She took her Congressional oath on a Gita she cherished from her teenage years. She gifts that particular copy of the Gita to Modi. So what does Pig-in-chief of media Barkha Dutt ask her? She asks Gabbard if she is going to stick to Hinduism. Islamic Bimbo in action! Not just that, little piglet Barkha later claims she was adoring Tulsi and letting the world know how she came to embrace Hinduism as if it’s some new story like that of Julia Roberts. I wonder why Barkha Dutt who sucks up to Shashi Tharoor so often never asked him if he was going to stick to his third wife (she could have been oh so providential too) or she herself would hypothetically stick to a third husband. Bonfires are in order! This stupid line of questioning is only reserved for those who adopt the Hindu way of life as the Tweeter below rightly asks:

There’s another HATO member whose propensity to produce filth has dramatically increased since Modi became PM. That this pig hates Modi is one thing but he doesn’t stop there. He wants America to hate Modi too and writes a whole article warning the American govt to be wary of Modi. What kind of pig wants others to hate the PM of his own country? I give you the ugly, terrorist-looking filth called Hartosh Singh Bal (Bal is one who abuses anything Hindu but is too ashamed to sport his own religion and like a coward chopped off his goldilocks):

If you heard the constant weeping of this HarBal’s guitar, you’d think he is some George Harrison and Modi is some Eric Clapton who ran away with Layla. There are still others who are permanently in denial about the nature of India’s democracy and election patterns who have now devised a new way of measuring electoral wins in our democracy. They claim unless you’re voted by 786% of the electorate you have no right to be the PM of India. Well, these are the very same people who were fine with and were constantly giving certificates of honesty to a “publicly unelected-came through the bathroom window PM” like MMS. To street thugs like Rajdeep Sardesai who have now turned media into a violent art, my message is simple; get out:

If all that was fun then it isn’t over yet. The media pimps have such an urgency for orgasm that they can’t even wait to verify a story for accuracy or checking first with their target before publishing. Imagine a pig’s delight when it falls into a heap of garbage. That’s like a dog delighting when it falls over a huge mound of sand:

The art of “LIG BIG, retract small” took another major leap with liars like Economic Times, Business Standard publishing the bogus story about Modi’s PMO staff-strength. Given their lead, all the Congress mongrels on social media jumped in delight to relay the fake story only to realise that “Fair & Lovely” couldn’t quite hide their pig-face. What a waste. In the end, there is hope. Good does win over evil. Pigs too have their fill of garbage but eventually end up as pork. Some of these HATO members want a cracker-less Diwali too. Yeah alright! Have it your way. Diwali isn’t quite like Holi but a bonfire of the HATO club in flames is a satisfactory outcome for me. I love the thought.

The thought crosses my mind all the time. I can picture these evil characters burning in their own hate-filled existence. The flame that illuminates and educates the rest of the world also burns the hate-mongers’ characters to death. The flame of truth that routinely kisses us every single day also gives them heartburn. That flame lights up truth unfailingly, despite the attempts of these hate-mongers to spread lies. And that’s how we win.

A HAPPY DIWALI TO ALL… 


Thursday, October 16, 2014

Why Modi Won't Leave It To No.10



Someone rightly said “Marketing is too important to be left to the marketing department”. This is the reason why CEOs and MDs in the most successful companies keenly look into every marketing strategy and tactic. They remain highly involved in marketing decisions and actions.

India were 254 for 6 when Sachin Tendulkar took an avoidable risk and was out caught. His glorious innings of 136 came to an end and he will never forget that test nor will many cricket-lovers in India. Sachin will look back on that innings, one of his best, with pride and regret. That was India V Pakistan at Chennai in 1999. India were just 17 runs short of victory. The last four batsmen added just 4 runs and India were bowled out, handing a 12-run electrifying victory to Pakistan. Sunil Gavaskar lamented “Sachin should have finished the job and not have left it to the remaining batsmen”. There is no way one can find fault with Sachin, although expecting him to have finished it off is fair, when the last four couldn’t manage even 17 runs. In a situation like that you finish the job.

There won’t be any dispute if I called Sachin a leader among batsmen although he may not have fared great as a captain. Amitabh Bachchan can be called a leader in acting and movies although he was miserable in politics. Our HATO club (Hammam Associates Treaty Organisation) in the media plays blind to the phenomenal leadership that stares them in their eyes. Narendra Modi’s story as a leader in contemporary world politics is by far the most outstanding story. A man hunted and pursued viciously by his political enemies with their bootlickers in media and establishment has not only survived them but has surpassed and beaten all of them hands down. He is the Prime Minister of India while the HATO club in the media and political domain languish in their bottomless pit of filth. Modi’s talent as a public servant has been nurtured from a young age. It stands to reason that he has acquired leadership skills in an area in which he possesses talent. If he had taken up acting maybe he would have fared as badly as Bachchan fared in politics.

Instead of analysing Modi’s leadership skills and techniques our media crooks have been talking nonsense all the time. They scream “Test for Modi” every time there is some event. America a test for Modi! Mangalyaan a test for Modi! China a test for Modi! Bye-polls a test for Modi! UN a test for Modi! I-Day speech a test for Modi! ISIS a test for Modi! LOC a test for Modi! Maharashtra and Haryana polls a test for Modi! Barkha’s make up a test for Modi! Oops! Not the last one. People are naturally laughing at our media clowns. While they pretend to be great political analysts, people are seeing them naked. Their eyes are so clouded with filth and hatred that they cannot see what is obvious to common men and women. Events of late aren’t any test for Modi. He has passed the toughest tests and become the PM. It is our media morons whose lives and survival are under a constant test. Along with Modi’s political opponents our HATO club made a lot of noise about Modi campaigning while there was friction at the LOC. His opponents made out the campaigning meant negligence of LOC. What do these idiots imagine or want people to believe? That a PM sits at his office and attends to only one thing during a day? Truth is that the Pakis have taken the beating of their life even as Modi continued with his campaign as this tweet reflects:

The action by Modi in empowering the Army/BSF to take appropriate retaliatory action is a huge deviation from the past. For a decade our stupid GOI usually came up with the nonsensical “Kadi Ninda” (Strong condemnation) for Pak atrocities on the LOC. Even the cartoonists did not miss the dramatic difference this time around with Modi as PM. This one below is among the best I have seen:

Now, those who are ranting about Modi campaigning heavily during these state elections had no complaints when the Limp Biskit MMS campaigned. It’s because MMS usually mumbles when he speaks and is a man who has never won a public election and nobody likes listening to him, except maybe Congi slaves. In contrast, Modi is a crowd puller, a great orator and has never lost a public election. That is what is causing them heartburn. Under Modi’s leadership the BJP’s stocks have grown dramatically and it threatens to wipe out our media’s crumb-feeder, the Congress and its Sicko alliance partners. In particular, in the large and important state of Maharashtra, our media crooks see a huge pot of gold for them disappearing if the Congress loses and BJP comes to power. So lately, they even started sucking up to the ShivSena that they genetically hate. Given its importance, Modi obviously lays huge value to the stakes in Maharashtra, a lot more than Haryana. It is natural that he chooses not to leave marketing to the marketing department. It is important to understand Modi’s leadership style which is demonstrated in various situations.

Leadership is a skill that can be acquired (if someone wants to). Leadership skills are also easier to acquire in a domain that one possesses talent in. No matter how much lipstick Barkha & Co. put on him, Rahul Gandhi’s talents clearly don’t lie in the political domain. Therefore, he is unable to establish leadership within his party or with people. Behind his back his own partymen scoff at him and some even openly call him a “joker”. There are broadly four leadership styles that are universally accepted. There are some who add one or two more as you can read here. There is no harm if you broaden your list with some variants. But the generally accepted four styles of leadership are plotted in this matrix below:

If I were to put Modi in one of these quadrants then it would clearly be S2. Modi is highly directive and also highly supportive. He does not take decisions which aren’t backed by full support or full scale action. The LOC action by our Army is a good indicator of that. It had the Paki PM running to the UN for help. Try and plot other political leaders and you will find a reasonable explanation on why some succeed and some don’t. Modi might take a decision and delegate but he will just as surely ensure that an issue reaches a desired outcome or as close as it can get. Do remember that there can be times when the leadership styles may float a bit here and there within these quadrants. Humans can be moody too but these styles largely define a consistent pattern for a leader’s style. The political leader forces and sets the agenda. Modi has left all the “caste & religion” discourse of the past far behind. He has forced every politician to talk about development, growth, cleanliness, employment. With such a leader a certain amount of chest-thumping is inevitable. What’s SoniaG’s chest-thumping all about? It’s nothing beyond Nehru-Gandhi because she doesn’t have major accomplishments to talk about and she certainly cannot be chest-thumping about her massive corruption and the corrupt govt she led.

What about Modi as a team player? He is often accused of being a dictator by his opponents and the media. Assertive, firm leaders do appear dictatorial at times. But what these folks forget is that Modi was a frontline RSS “Karyakarta”. It is impossible to survive in that position in RSS without being a team player. You have to climb the ladder the hard way in RSS no matter how much our media and sickular folks spew hatred against it. While spewing hatred against RSS our media never bothers to write about the team work or organisational structures of RSS. It is far from a dynastic organisation like the Congress or many of its clones and even others like AIADMK or DMK. For that matter it is extraordinary that in a country of feudal, dynastic outfits in politics BJP has managed to steer clear of such a structure. Democracy should count a blessing. So how would Modi fit in as a team player when it comes to it? Try and make your own decision with this chart:

Analyse Modi’s talks and walks. One will find he largely fulfils the roles demanded of him in various situations as a team-leader. At the heart of all his actions is the deep desire for his team to win. He wants BJP to win, he wants Congress obliterated. He has made no secret of his contempt for the dynastic and corrupt politics of Congress with his “Congress Mukt Bharat” call. He told street scumbag Rajdeep Sardesai after the 2007 Gujarat elections: “I am committed to a mission, not ambition’.

Will Modi make mistakes? Yes, he will. But as the leader of the country and of a political party his actions are oriented towards eliminating the risks of mistakes. That’s what any Marketing head does all the time in business. Doesn’t he? When push came to shove the BJP broke away from ShivSena. I had recommended this a long time ago. I don’t look at politics as a political analyst or expert. I look at it from a marketer’s angle on how best my products and services will fare and what decisions need to be taken. From that angle ShivSena was clearly a baggage that BJP should have thrown away a long time ago. Post-poll alliances from a position of strength is the way to go for a national party. The other thing is people are generally large-hearted and forgiving by nature. But they would forgive mistakes of any political leader provided they believe he is sincere, uncorrupt and there is no mal-intention in his decisions. Modi makes all that easy for people to forgive should he make mistakes. Can you say the same for Sonia or Pawar?  

Modi is highly determined to wipe out the Congress and make India stronger and better. Those are his only motivations and nothing else. In the process he will desperately want his team to win in an important state in Maharashtra (and, of course, Haryana too although the stakes are much lesser). That he campaigns so heavily for his party is not to occupy the crease all by himself. That Gopinath Munde, a CM contender, died suddenly added to BJP’s problems. Here on, BJP will have to develop stronger state leaders like in MP, Rajasthan and Goa if they have to carry the battle forward. But all this media crap about Modi being constantly under “test” is a big load of rubbish. Electorally, Modi has nothing left to prove.

The 136 by Sachin Tendulkar is considered by many as one of the greatest test innings. It was an edge-of-the-seat contest with Pakistan. That loss didn’t make Sachin any less a great batsman or put him under test all his cricketing life. Did it? You win, you lose battles. So too in politics. The exit polls so far show BJP as the single largest party in both Maharashtra and Haryana. The media will now make it out to be defeat if BJP doesn’t get a clear majority. That is utter nonsense. Considering where BJP was in Maharashtra, an outcome of being the single largest party is a clear victory for BJP. All that is of much lesser significance for me. What is indeed significant is that, unlike Sachin, Modi is not going to leave it to batsman No.10. One of the team-leader’s roles is that of the “finisher” (Remember Dhoni in WC 2011?). And that is what upsets our media morons. 


Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Elections & Dog-Tactics



There she was, all decked up and whining. Out of the blue Devyani Khobragade does an interview with a beat reporter of TimesNow. She is famous for being arrested, strip-searched over US laws on domestic staff payments. She was since moved to India’s UN office and the case has not been prosecuted. As UN staff she enjoys immunity too. So what was her whining all about considering she’s in the top rung of govt service and has channels and access to seek justice for any grievance she has? It’s election time. Her father does have political ambitions and both of them are neck deep in the Adarsh housing scam. Two days before Maharashtra goes to polls and on the day campaign ends, Timesnow brings you images of a “victim”:

People on SM now read the MSM like the back of their hands. Khobragade is Marathi Manoos so they hope the “victimhood” will cause some damage to the party they hate. So anything that can strengthen the votes for the anti-BJP forces is game for TimesNow. But people are also quick to point out why projecting a “Dalit” as victim can help the anti-BJP cause. All very clever doggy tricks and the stats someone put up bear the reason for it.

The history of journalism has seen interviews that have had severe consequences. Journalists have faced the most intimidating of personalities at great risk to their own lives. I mean seriously, who would want to interview a “Fatwa-loving-instant-beheading” Imam? This has nothing to do with our elections but a point about how serious journos do serious business and not lame interviews for mere political pimping. Watch (1 min):

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That’s the late Mike Wallace (of CBS 60 Minutes) interviewing the Ayatollah Khomeini. One can’t be sure Anwar Sadat was killed because of his Fatwa but he was indeed assassinated in public view. Our MSM cowards like to use “Dog tactics” for their political pimping. I call it “Dog tactics” because one particular classless guy likes to call everyone a dog or person of “no class”. That’s right, Rajdeep Sardesai in an earlier interview of Raj Thackeray told him he “barks like a dog” and claimed that’s what people say. Which people? Must be the people of Rajdeep’s HATO alliance for whom everyone else is a barking dog. So what was RS doing when he recently asked Uddhav Thackeray if he was “asked to sit like a dog”? And treated like a dog by the BJP during their seat negotiations for Maharashtra? Watch (21 secs):

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That this ugly character passes as a journo in our media is a disease that characterises our MSM. What’s with all the “dog tactics”? There was indeed an outrage on the SM over such cheap questions and statements. Rajdeep also posted a pic of him and UddhavT on Twitter to demonstrate his friendly nature. But watch the video closely, listen carefully and observe UddhavT’s behaviour when Rajdeep makes those dog comments. UT doesn’t bat an eyelid and is not perturbed or outraged one bit. Any other politician in his place would have taken serious objection to Rajdeep’s language and line of questioning. Not Uddhav Thackeray! Why? Because…

It would be clear if you observe closely that this dog tactic is a choreographed act. The BJP-Sena split happened at a time when the BJP is on the ascendancy and SS is not doing all that well, going by opinion polls. Suddenly, SS-haters like NDTV, Timesnow and Rajdeep are all lining up to interview UT and his son Aditya or some Marathi Manoos. The interview is in Hindi and Rajdeep wants Maharashtrians to hear how “poor UT” was treated like a “Dog” by the BJP. And the message: “Please sympathise with this (under?) dog and reject BJP”. Here are comments by TheJaggi in an article in Firstpost that should offer you further reasons why Rajdeep’s dog-question is actually “friendly fire” to help gain Marathi sympathy for UT:

I wonder how a party leader like UddhavT wants to win elections by being willingly characterised as a dog. What Marathi Manoos pride is he saving by such an act? A party that has the Tiger as its emblem is being called a dog and the head happily glosses it over. Charming stuff! Rajdeep, who has new-found sympathy for SS, has a history of contempt for the party. The contempt was so deep that he didn’t even spare Smita Thackeray from his hostile ridicule. He calls her a mere “hotel receptionist” just Moronshankar Aiyar refers to the “Chailwalla”. Take a look at history:


In his choreographed interview with UddhavT there weren’t any questions about Sena’s “Dadagiri” or “Poison” or UT’s lack of charisma as Rajdeep has consistently written about them. Nothing! It was all sympathy, love and affection. It was a grand attempt by Rajdeep to help UT and SS play the “underdog”. Now that the SS has split with BJP, Rajdeep and his HATO will go any length to garner sympathy for SS but time and tide don’t stop for these media morons. Their hatred for Modi can make them do anything but “dogs” usually remain dogs.