Fear of the Kleptomaniacs:
“Cut a man’s flesh and it heals… Whip a man and the memory of it passes, frighten him, fill him with a sense of foreboding and apprehension and let him believe that something dreadful is going to happen either to himself or to someone he loves – better the latter – and you will hurt him beyond forgetfulness. Fear is a tyrant and a despot, more terrible than the rack, more potent than the snake. Fear is many-eyed and sees horrors where normal vision only sees the ridiculous” – Edgar Wallace, British crime writer of early 20th century and creator of King Kong.
Fear is the key that dictatorial regimes turn when they want to frighten the public in every which way they can. The public will be scared, people will be “managed” to fit into the system rather than the system being fitted for people. For such dictators democracy is a dangerous idea. They don’t love it in their own party. They won’t love it for you either. Everyone opposed to them is evil. Everyone who challenges them will be vilified. Dictators usually are the fountains of Kleptocracy. It involves co-opting the bureaucracy and the media in the loot of the nation. No one explained why democracy is a dangerous idea to such politicians better than Tony Benn, former MP of Britain. This is a clip I had carried some time back too (video 1.58 mins):
After the recent moronery of Naresh Agarwal of Samajwadi Party when he said “a Chaiwalla cannot become PM of India” I was stunned to find that the TOI (Ahmedabad main edition) didn’t have a single mention of the incident in its edition of November 15, not one single line. Agarwal only spoke aloud what Congress and its cronies like Barkha, Sagarika, Rajdeep, Nikhil Wagle, Ashutosh etc. have been slyly airing all along. How can an ordinary Chaiwalla become a PM? For the self-styled Kings and Queens of the country these Chaiwallas and Boot-polishwallas should stay where they are and not aspire to become anything (imagine if Agarwal had directed ‘Deewar’). That they even think they can participate in democracy is an audacious aspiration that must be nipped in the bud. Such Chaiwallas and Polishwallas are a threat to the carefully nurtured Kleptocracy that Congress is so famous for. Therefore, they must be subdued with threats and fears. How can these street people dream of political power? After all, power is poison, isn’t it? A few days back I posted this response to a comment on this site:
For all the screaming of “divisive, polarising, divisive, polarising, divisive, polarising” by cronies and hate-mongers like Rajdeep Sardesai, Sagarika Ghose, Barkha Dutt and their clan of Macaulay family, someone from their own family finally nailed them. TheJaggi writes in FirstPost: “Her aggressive language against the BJP and Narendra Modi in a state (Chattisgarh) which has actually implemented her pet food security project competently is part of a well-thought-out plan to hide who the really divisive leader in India is: Sonia herself. She attacked the BJP for its “greed for power” – as though political parties are somehow supposed to abjure power – but the last 10 years show who has shown real greed for power”. You see, power is poison! Not for her, not for her son who has no accomplishments to show but for “others”. IndiraG ushered in Kleptocracy when she destroyed our democratic veins with the Emergency. TheJaggi writes further:
“Independent India’s first divisive ruler was Indira Gandhi, to dislodge whom the entire range of opposition parties banded together in the late 1960s and 1970s. The Congress party’s success depends on dividing the so-called majority and then using scare-mongering techniques to give the minorities a stake in using their votes as vetoes in elections. This is what kept the Congress in power for so long. This divisiveness did not matter when Nehru was around, because he was a towering leader, and had natural stature and popularity after the freedom struggle. But once he was gone, Indira Gandhi found that in order to consolidate power, it was even more important to divide to conquer”.
TheJaggi reprises what I had mentioned in my comment. What he writes is not a great secret that others in the media do not know. He also bluntly states that SoniaG’s foreign origin is disturbing to many in politics and outside it. She and her Congress party are most greedy for power and will do anything to stay afloat. How an EVM turned a loss for P Chidambaram to victory is still out there. How YSR Reddy looted the state of Andhra to fill his private coffers as also that of the party hasn’t unfolded fully because the media cronies never reported his corruption till Jagan Reddy was targeted for his rebellion. There is a tweet that I had put out a few days back that both ABV and LK Advani have to share some blame for excessive sympathy for the Gandhi family. After publishing a report on black money, when SoniaG complained, LKA even sent her a letter “regretting” her name being mentioned in the BJP report. I have never seen anything more stupid from the leader of an Opposition party. But below is what the SC had to say about black money.
Former Army and IAS officer MG Devasayam writes: “The SC talks of the unholy nexus between lawmakers, lawkeepers and lawbreakers, clearly indicating a State-sponsored Kleptocracy runs the country”. Do read the whole article that I’ve linked. In an article at the PulitzerCenter India narrates a comic but equally tragic incident from Bihar: “There's a joke popular among local relief groups in which the state's chief minister visits a U.S. senator stateside at his palacial residence. The minister asks, "My home is so small. How do you live so well?" To which the senator responds, "See that bridge over there. Ten percent." A year later, the senator pays a visit to the Bihar minister's home, now more opulent than his. "How did you get a place like this?" he asks. "See the bridge over there..." "Which one," interrupts the senator. "One hundred percent," says the minister. This could easily be referring to Gautam Goswami, ex-district magistrate of Patna, the state capital, who along with 10 other officials was charged in 2005 with embezzling nearly $2.5 million in flood relief funds. Adding to the disgrace, Goswami was featured in Time magazine the year before as a "Young Asian Hero" for his commitment to the poor”. Err… SoniaG has been recommended by a group for the Nobel 9 times for her commitment to the poor; she was likened to Mother Teresa.
Not surprised, are you? Yeah well, look up all the people who received govt awards in the last decade and you will find many scumbags who got it because they were afraid to speak the truth. Some of them are prominent media slaves married to what I would call “The mob”. But it’s not just TheJaggi, there are others speaking up too. Writing on the theme of how BJP leadership was excessively kind to the Gandhis is Tavleen Singh in the Indian Express. Some are finally finding their voices. Tavleen notes that the BJP and the media were cowards not to take on the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty. Unfortunately, the Chaiwalla is not cut from the same cloth and he is taking them on. Therefore, it is important for Congress and its crony alliance partners to tar him in every which way possible: Communal, divisive, polarising, Hitler, fascist, Yamraj, Bhasmasur and the cry like wimps because he calls the ineffective Pappu a “Shehzada”. Let’s take up the Shehzada and the Queen. Are they accountable to anyone? Nope! Are they answerable to even the most servantile media? Nope! Do they respect the poor? Nope! They believe they have descended as saviours who grandly throw crumbs to the poor who should bow and be grateful. They fear the ascent of a Chaiwalla so they have to create fear in people’s minds. The DailyMail Needler carried this pic:
Now the Kleptomanics fear a Chaiwalla because he is daring to take them on. Look at the grand alliance of the Congress: SP, JDU, BSP, SP, RJD, DMK, NCP and some more. One DMK guy was even running a private telephone exchange at his home courtesy BSNL. There is hardly any party in the alliance which doesn’t run a private kingdom. Almost each alliance partner has cases of disproportionate assets against their dictators. Extraordinary national wealth has been swindled and handed over to private hands with the Congress being the “Congotri” of the massive corruption and loot. And SoniaG has the audacity to say “power is poison” which her son comically recites and media cronies repeat like a parrot and applaud. Not one scumbag or scumbagini from the media had the courage to talk about this nonsensical statement from both the Gandhis. So unlike 1977 when many parties united against the misrule and corruption of IndiraG, this time around the entire gang of corrupt parties have united with the corrupt Congress. What is their fear? They fear losing their Kleptocracy and the country returning to some form of democracy. It threatens their “disguised dictatorship”. These guys want to run the Country or a State? No! They just want to run the “wealth” of the nation into ground by looting.
Naturally, Modi responded to the cheap statement of Naresh Agarwal by stating “A Chaiwalla as PM is better than a PM who sells the country”. The sick Manish Tiwari was upset that Modi is getting too much airtime from the Congress’s crony channels. They can’t help it because it means TRP and money for them. So what does MT do? He shoots off an advisory (read threat) to the TV channels. The ministry found it to be "indecent" and "bad in taste" that news channels compared PM Manmohan Singh and BJP's PM candidate Modi over their I-Day speeches. The advisory threatened to cancel the licences of those who made such comparisons or telecast speeches. This is 2 months after the event. Why shouldn’t media and people compare? A PM who gave an I-day speech like it was a Congress event and not a national day is hardly giving a PM’s speech. Besides, the PM eulogised only Congress PMs of the past and that too only of the Nehru-Gandhi clan. In any case why should people want to listen to the most boring speaker in the history of India and that too in an age where people have moved on from these uninspiring speeches? If the PM has a right to speak, people also have the right not to hear him if they don’t want to. But hey, Kleptomaniacs don’t have such maturity because they don’t know how democracy works. (These Kleptomaniacs have the stealing disorder for both personal and party gains).
Then out of the blue the EC comes up with a proposal to ban opinion polls. The EC must seriously introspect if they have over-stepped in reacting to entertainment shows in such a silly manner. But the Congress and all of their cronies support the move for obvious reasons. Poll after opinion poll is throwing eggs at their faces. It is intolerable cruelty for them. For SoniaG these acts to muzzle the media is not an “attack on democracy”. Pappu won’t come out screaming it’s “complete nonsense”. After all, these bans are to protect and preserve their Kleptocracy. I consider the MSM possessing a lot of morons, including one at the highest level of Category5, but I would never want these morons to be gagged no matter what. Our Constitution provides them the complete freedom for their moronery. But perhaps SoniaG may be “unhappy” so the threats of bans. As if she hasn’t already turned this into a “Ban-anee” republic. Ask the “legalised” son!
Here’s a tweet by Sucheta Dalal of Moneylife. She mentions how AirIndia was being looted by the Kleptomaniacs. Giving out free tickets to media houses for their annual summit? What is so surprising about the media mafia? Let me refresh your memory. It’s not just AirIndia but many PSUs that have been misused to dole out funds to private parties of media houses (read this about HT Summit). One of the biggest building contractors of the GOI, GMR Group, doles out sponsorship for CNN-IBN’s spurious IOTY awards. The less said about Tehelka’s THINK the better. Oh and if all that is not enough there’s Nandan Nilekani. The Aadhar champion is a classic case of nepotism, which is the twin sister of Kleptocracy (and you thought Vadra was the only one?). Nilekani is a member of seventeen GOI groups, govt bodies, committees and boards that made Aadhar mandatory for govt benefits. I start a joke and I also hold the power to make it mandatory for you to laugh. Power!
This Kleptocracy is fun, isn’t it? The populist pursuits of the Congis and “sickulars” is now getting to be very predictable. There isn’t even any innovation or creativity in their skulduggery. I predicted RahulG will land up at Wankhede to watch Sachin Tendulkar’s last Test Match. He would have hoped the popularity and emotions behind Sachin’s event will garner him some more sympathy. You know, we could learn to hate the truth like the Congis and many of our MSM crooks do. Yesterday in Delhi Sheila Dikshit had to plead with women not to leave as RahulG was about to speak. From Chaiwallas to Polishwallas to villagers, Indians don’t have patience with hollow nonsense anymore. They are not willing to be pushed to fear anymore. It’s the Kleptomaniacs who are cowering in fear. Truth has this nasty habit of showing up at the wrong time and exposing everything in a very non-subtle fashion. People aren’t fooled anymore as RahulG realised when the crowds greeted him (Video 0.28 secs). Not a good sign for Kleptomaniacs.
To be continued…
Previous parts: 1) Poor Shayari of RahulG 2) Emotional blackmail 3) Disguised dictatorship 4) Lie like hell 5) Removing Modi 6) Fooling Muslims (Part A) 7) Fooling Muslims (Part B)