Saturday, January 18, 2014

Dangerous Deceptions - Part 4: Punch Drunk Harrys



(This is a MaxiPost and the final part in the Dangerous Deceptions series – Part-1: The book of love. Part-2: Password: Anti-Hindu. Part-3 Multiplicity.)

If you open the Google homepage for a search there are two buttons below the block for the search text. One is “Search” and the one next to it says “I’m feeling lucky”. The “feeling lucky” comes from an iconic movie of a maverick cop who liked to dispense instant justice and he hated all criminals equally and couldn’t be bothered with courts and trials. Let’s watch the video (3.00 mins)

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That punk was lucky there was no bullet left. Harry Callahan aka “Dirty Harry” has been copied, imitated and remade hundreds of times in Hollywood, Bollywood, Tollywood, Kollywood and every place on earth that has woods. Lately we also have politicians who want to deliver instant justice; just like Dirty Harry.

True story: There was a man in a school teaching English and other subjects. He was a million miles from his home-state, a genuinely nice guy and also brave. He once fought thugs, who attacked girls on a school-trip on a train, almost single-handedly. It was hard to believe the guy could also suddenly handle so much violence. One fine day he appeared in starched white Dhoti and Kurta which was shockingly different from the ordinary pants-shirts he wore for about 3 years. When asked about the sudden change in appearance he said he had now become an MLA. Huh? Imagine the shock on everyone’s face. Where? In Bengal! The CPM came to power in 1977 after the Emergency. Turns out this nice gentleman was a naxal on the run and contested elections in absentia and won. I wonder if an underground naxal parading as a school teacher can be called “deception”. His public bio won’t tell you this story. His name is…. Oh wait! On second thoughts maybe I should leave it to you to guess. 

The good thing about that Commie is that he didn’t fool or cheat anyone while he was a teacher. Some people not only fool others, they do so while claiming to be public intellectuals and thinking for the best of society. Here’s a gallery of Fiberals with something common among them:

Yeah, you guessed right! These are “Fai Fighters”; the Pak-loving, Free-Kashmir, assorted fake peaceniks and “Useful idiots” of Ghulam Nabi Fai who was arrested by the US Govt for being an ISI stooge. When Fai was arrested these idiots claimed ‘oh we didn’t know; had we known we wouldn’t have attended his anti-India conferences’. What they don’t know and won’t tell you is that Fai had picked these “useful idiots” precisely for their known positions on Kashmir which aren’t friendly for India. Fai had picked them because they had proved themselves to be “idiots” in their own country. They loved the foreign junkets and luxuries as guests of ISI. There’s another motley crew, another bunch of “useful idiots” now roaming the streets of Delhi. Here’s the gallery:


Some of the above are AAP Party founders, some are “I-want-what-you-have” wagon hitchers like Gopinath and Ashutosh; some are professional agitators like Mallika, Medha. And some are Fai-fighters like Chenoy and Bhushan. All of them are “useful idiots” for someone; some of them know it, some don’t. We can only make a fair estimate who their Master is. So I estimate one day, like those Fai idiots, some of these people will say “Oh I didn’t know AAP would turn out like this. I thought they would take us to the Promised Land”. That’s how idiots usually start out to fool others but more importantly, they fool themselves. Events of the past few weeks reminded me what I tweeted on December 12 about dogs chasing cars. The AAP guys simply don’t know what to do now and have turned Delhi into a daily street battle with vigilantes raiding schools and hospitals and ministers raiding imaginary prostitutes.

In the previous part I asked how in the world Commies can even talk about democracy. They are mostly street thugs or good at agitations and when in power they’re bad dictators. Somnath Bharti proved it by chasing some Nigerian women calling them prostitutes and threatening the police to carry out raids without any warrants. The Nigerian women were harassed, their private parts searched and were even racially abused. This is typical Commie-Goonda behaviour. They have now become the same “goondas” that they accused politics was infested with. Somnath is the same guy indicted by a Delhi court for tampering with evidence and he’s the Law Minister. The best part about this crook is he took the media along to his midnight express. The TV scenes of Bharti could have well been from a movie like ‘Gangajal’ with the goonda threatening the police. Punch Drunk!

On the issue of rapes there was a lot more clarity from Arvind Kejriwal. The man campaigned calling Sheila Dikshit “Beimaan” (Dishonest) and even put up posters on Auto rickshaws. But this is what it looks like now:

If it was just political gimmickry that forced AK to make those statements pre-elections that is understandable. Politicians make grand claims for votes. But there is something even more dangerous that AK does that is similar to Bharti’s act. He wants the police to avoid penalising Autos that break rules. He wants Autos to refuse passengers. AK is neither interested in law nor is he interested in protecting women or any citizen. He simply doesn’t know what to do. He forgot that he gladly enjoyed agitating during the Nirbhaya rape incident and mouthing filth against the police, the transport system, the CM and the govt. In my post ‘Broken Windows’ I had tried to explain that bigger crimes start with ignoring small crimes. AK forgets that Nirbhaya happened because an Auto refused to carry her and her friend and they had to walk a bit and finally board that monster bus which was not certified road-worthy. “I am the Lord and my WILL be done”. That’s how AK and his Law Minister are behaving and fool people by repeatedly telling them “we are Aam Aadmi, we live an Aam life” and such bogus crap. AK is the guy who said “Ruling Delhi is not rocket science”. Self-deception!

By now most of their hypocrisies, U-turns and deceptions from the past and the present have become a daily routine. A reader, Sanku Das, points out the shocking amounts due from many AAP members to utility boards and departments. Shazia Ilmi has assets worth 17.45 crores. Look up on other members when you have the time. How AAM are these people? Let’s catch up with some more punch drunk idiots:

There’s the anti-national Kamal Chenoy who wants Hurriyat and others to unite against India. Prashant Bhushan wants the same with a plebiscite and referendum in Kashmir and prefers Kashmir separate from India. He echoes Arundhati Roy. Bhushan also prefers Rahul Gandhi as PM and that’s just a hint. There’s Medha Patkar who has been a nuisance to people and to the law. Apart from that there are issues concerning her funding which is also in the public domain. Almost every prominent person joining AAP seems to have some funding-related bad history. Capt. Gopinath is reported to have defaulted on 500Crs worth of loans and there are reports he still hasn’t paid dues of some former Air Deccan employees. I call him Capt. Topinath. Meera Sanyal told CNN-IBN on January 14 she is in favour of BJP’s economic policies but is against Hindutva so her choice is AAP. That is one small secret that unites all these “useful idiots”. It is important to unite against the “evil” of Hindutva. What is surprising about that, eh? Shekhar Gupta & Co. hounded Kiran Bedi for her petty travel bills but he never thought it fit to look into the funding of AK & others and their NGOs when the Fords, AID, ASHAs etc. were all in the public domain. That too is a hint.

While in IBN7 Ashutosh said those objecting to Retail FDI are “illiterate” (Imagine this guy calling anyone illiterate; laughable!). He now agrees to AAP’s anti-FDI policy. If, like Ashutosh, other media celebs like Rajdeep, Sagarika, Barkha, Arnab were to join politics just imagine how many flip-flops you would see. Maybe, they’d tell you that was a “journalistic opinion” and this is a “political stand”. That’s why there’s no incentive to trust any word these people say unless it’s just raw news. You know, those “illiterate” leaders that Ashutosh refers to in his tweet are those of the BJP who opposed it. But if it’s because he’s in AAP now or not, Ashutosh has never shown any signs of being literate. Worse, never shown any signs of sound thinking or honest reporting.  The AAP deceptions are so many that it will take a whole book to write about each. Here’s another give-away from Manish Sisodia:  

Indian Express later withdrew their tweet claiming it was a typo. I don’t accept their nonsense. Someone pointed out that typing “teh” instead of “the” can be a typo. I’d say “Tamish” instead of “Manish” can also be accepted as a typo but surely, even a Sagarika wouldn’t type “anti-BJP” instead of “anti-corruption” as IE claimed. There is another tweet from an AAP member in 2012 which confirms that AAP is anti-BJP although he mentions IAC at that time. By August 2012 IAC was over and done with and AK & Co. were headed for politics. That’s where the kingpin Yogendra Yadav comes in. From the day I saw Yadav on TV (much before AAP or IAC) and heard him talk he has reminded me of Michael Jackson’s ‘Smooth Criminal’. Of course, I must add that his political colleagues and TV friends vouch for him as an honest and genuinely nice guy. But honesty and politics rarely go together.

The first time I saw YY’s involvement in the Lokpal agitation was when he called for AK to end his hunger strike (he probably also ran a signature campaign for ending the fast) in March 2012. A few months later AAP was formed and I learned YY had become a member. I believe YY was perhaps instrumental in this decision. I also believe YY was deputed by the Congress for the AAP formation. After all, YY has long been a Congress sympathiser and also one of those who were “evolving” Rahul Gandhi (read this DNA report). Look closely and you will find the manifesto, political philosophy and “dole culture” of AAP is entirely an YY enterprise. So on January 16 when Vinod Binny made some serious allegations against AK & Co. YY was quick to state it was all a BJP conspiracy. However, Vinod Binny’s allegations were backed by another member, Surinder Singh. So, any criticism by its own members is now a BJP conspiracy for YY. Pretty neat and quite predictable, isn’t it? YY conveniently ignores the fact that Binny was formerly a Congress member.

That brings us to AK, the front-desk, factory and top-management of AAP, all rolled into one. And he has two side-kicks, Manish Sisodia and Yogendra Yadav. I am not sure AK really wanted to be CM. I’m not sure AK even wants to be PM as YY so fondly dreams. The media too has decided AK, with about 21 days experience of CMship and about 10 years of street-agitations, is now a PM candidate to challenge Modi. Oh, they don’t trust that forever-bride Rahul Gandhi anymore. But if you really want to know if a candidate is fit for anything it’s not who he is or what he is that one should look into. What matters is: What’s your story? Anyone who cares knows Narendra Modi’s story but most people haven’t looked deep into AK’s story. Let’s do that now and below is a summary extracted from a history of Arvind Kejriwal. This is his story and I recommend you read the whole long dossier to understand the person and not the position (Emphasis and comments in brackets are mine):

So there you are; a long history of AK’s flip-flops, manipulations, poor accountability for funds in his own NGOs, using and dumping people, changing ideology when convenient and leaving every campaign unfinished. He and AAP have no policies and no vision. They just want to be Dirty Harry dispensing instant justice. Harry still had someone to answer to and had to face bullets. These guys just keep getting more and more brazen in their street justice every day. AAP’s thrill was to announce massive freebies and doles which were not even properly thought through.

The current propeller of AK’s soap opera is none other than Yogendra Yadav who is like being on Congress deputation to AAP. My favourite line for deceivers has been “the mask and make-up of Chachi 420 wasn’t meant to last forever”. This mask and make-up is now peeling away faster than expected. I doubt AK ever wanted to be a CM. He probably wanted to create a revolution and be a high authority like a Lokpal or a CJI (He can’t be CJI though) or the CIC by which he could dispense instant justice, haul anyone before his court and sentence anyone without proper hearing. He wants to play Dirty Harry. The Congress calculations forced him to settle for something less like a CM position. He has used people as “tools” in his public life but for once he has become a tool himself for the Congress. I’m sure his mirror will tell him that. He could have been an honourable public figure doing great service. He chose the evil path and evil always gets defeated in the end.

Punch Drunk is the description of a person showing signs of brain damage and disorientation caused by repeated blows to the head.  Punch Drunk is also a British drama model where audience members are free to roam the performance site, which can be as large as a five-story industrial warehouse. They can either follow the performers and themes or simply explore the world of the performance. I guess both definitions apply to AAP’s performance as a party and govt so far.


The guy in the true story is Nikhilanand Sar.

70 comments :

  1. Spot on observations. ........really like your articles

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  2. Granted leaders of AAP must know ahead of time that they are actually against BJP and not against Congress, but to attract Aam Aadami they had to take position against Congress such as against corruption. So initially most people who were against Congress rushed to join AAP. Most people who were with BJP, stayed with BJP because they knew BJP was equally against corruption so they don't have to rush to another party. Now AAP's real face is coming out, defection from BJP would be negligible. And most people who wanted to run away from Congress will feel cheated but that would not hurt BJP in long run. My strong belief AAP= Advantage BJP.

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    1. It takes you 20 years to get to the MLA level in a mainstream political party (unless you are Diggy's or Deora's son). So all these Meera Sanyals of the world are viewing AAP as a ready route to 'stardom' without having to work through the villages and dirty lanes.....vast majority are rank opportunists and there they need to be exposed to the gullible. Gopinath plans to join AAP, after he has finally given up on growing grapes or flying a grounded airline....I do hope that the people get to see through this before it is too late (something that the AAP-Congress combine is trying their best to achieve

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    2. It is the narrow venture capitalist mentality that these people-Gopinath, Balakrishnan( Ex Infy), Sanyals etc- are displaying. They want to join a "start up"party like the AAP because the returns are fast and multifold. Their understanding of political process is stupidly that of the accountants and book keepers. And to hide their real motive they talk about "real change"etc. And the corrupt commy media is giving them disproportionate exposure. It was quite hilarious to watch Ashutosh-Gopinath fight on TV, the true AAP style.

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  3. Apart from Aams and Alphonsoes AAP is a rehabilitation center for anti-nationals, naxal-sympathizers, snake-oil-sales-men ,failed-journalists,fiberal-sec-socs,bleeding-heart-big-bindis, hacktivist-NGOs.

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    1. well said brother! we have seen such congress proxies in Gujarat for too long

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    2. Are we indian not one of the most selfish lot. We ourselves have failed and when an individual finds courage to fight for us we find fault with him. Shame on us .. grow up and get a life.

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    3. Thats the point. They are not fighting for you. They are in it for THEMSELVES and keep you poor and on dole. If you don't see this then we are doomed.

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  4. Was Bala from Infy forced to join AAP? Request everyone to read this article: http://prof-vaidyanathan.com/2014/01/13/is-india-safe-what-is-ford-foundation/

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  5. Last few paras draws an analogy of "Safety valve Theory" or the formation of Indian National Congress back in 1985. The analogy v can draw is that INC was formed by the retired civil servant A O Hume, wisely supported by a Lord Dufferin(the then Viceroy), to contain the growing discontent among Indians. Now AAP is formed by the former civil servant, Arvind Kejriwal, wisely and well articulated by Shrimathi Sonia Ghandi to contain the popularity of Shri Narendra Modi.
    Thats the reason our ancestors says "History repeats and history never lies"

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    1. And history has taught numerous lessons which many Indians are unwilling to learn

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  6. Many promising businesses collapse because they try to grow much more aggressively than what their infrastructure, organization or resource can support. AK's plan to fight all LS seats before establishing in Delhi will lead to his collapse. His ideology is a cross between Don't Quixtoe and Muhammad Bin Tughlaq. Aam Admit is smart to see the the Nautanki. You can fool one person all the time. You can fool all people one Time. But you can't do all people all the time (In LS elections)

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  7. Excellent ! Really love your articles ! To the point , logical !
    If AAPtards read with their brain open then they will know where they are leading the country to!
    Oh Wait! Do they have brain! haha

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  8. Congress played the same game AK is playing today to counter India shining campaign "Congress ka hath Aam admi me sath" Why should Sonia G and MMS feature in Bharat Norman campaign? They are getting free publicity aand political mileage at tax payers expenses in the election. BJP should approach election commission.

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  9. Very true.
    Very authentic observation I can guarantee that anyone can test your views on MSM by just monitoring their reports. I can see now Daink bhaskar is giving daily front page coverup for RG I rarely find them reporting genuine local news. Irony is that very few peoples do such critical analysis before voting. Moreover, your articles are only published in English so it not hard to expect that very few peoples can able to see the truth.

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  10. "Dog chases a car but once catching up it does not know what to do"---my teacher used the same analogy once upon a time but in a different context.
    " heard him talk he has reminded me of Michael Jackson’s ‘Smooth Criminal"This is too good..... I have had RUM PUNCH but this is a first time i am hearing PUNCH DRUNK... I always love the edition with movies as part of it.
    I was watching the NEWS and the news TITLE was "AAM AADMI KI KAAS KABAR"...AAM AADMI is spreading like virus without any anti-dode. Frankly, i dont see light at the end of tunnel.

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  11. The NGO guys joining AAP is nothing but save themselves from the Next PM, who may raise objection to their illegal money laundering schemes and now they can save their asses by claiming to belong to a political party and party at center cannot target political opponents. AAP never got anything to lose. And the folks these days are terribly scared coz all their double standards would be coming to end.

    A simple fact would be, had there been atleast decent chances of Congress party coming to power then folks like Aruna Loy or Yogendra Yadav wouldn't have cared to leave NAC and would have remained at Madamji's feet. In Hindi, we have a great tag for them "Thaali Ke Baigan"..!!

    But we got to appreciate Kejriwal for re-enacting "Special 26" in real life where real people are made fools and worst is, even after saying these people, that you are being fooled, they would not believe that they are getting fooled and continue to remain fool.

    Good article.

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  12. Useful idiots they may surely be, but to underestimate these idiots may well prove to be the undoing of this nation. Like Ravi, I too have this huge collection of Hollywood movies but unlike him my memory of these movies is rather limited. One of these movies was about “McCarthyism” in the USA in the 50’s – 60’s when they ran a Communist witch hunt. Anybody even remotely associated with the Communist Party was made to appear before various committees and admit that he was a commie. Guilty or not they were more or less excommunicated no more jobs, their children were expelled from school, and they were socially shunned. It was taken to such extreme the accused either left the city/country or if he was famous, committed suicide or left the country. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McCarthyism.
    Most of us Indians don’t even know what communism is, to understand how evil this ideology is read http://www.experienceproject.com/stories/Hate-Communism/1428263. The MSM will happily call AAP socialists but will not touch the word communists. But don’t you be fooled, they are nothing but hard core commies and we must stop romancing them, rather equate them with Dawood. The Naxals too want to change the system they do it through bullets and AAP has been assigned to do it through the ballot.

    The AAP crew (A word used to describe Mafia Gangs) did not expect so many seats in the Delhi elections as Ravi has already pointed out, hence all these irresponsible statements before, during and after the results including the “Bachon Pe Kasam”. Now this is where the BJP made a huge tactical error, instead of forming a government and asking for support on the basis of fighting corruption, Dr Harshvardhan unilaterally announced that he will not form the govt. He fell into AK’s trap of “Jod Tod ka Sarkar”. I am pretty sure that it was a unilateral statement by Dr Harshvardhan because on the night of the result when all other BJP idiots were saying they will take a descion after meeting, this guy comes on national TV and transforms from Harshvardhan to Harishchandra (Shocked the shit out of me).

    This is where the commie brigade steps in; they do a deal with the Congress who offer “unconditional” support in return for no prosecution for corruption and no bad mouthing the Congress and most important stopping the MODI juggernaut. The commies make AK risk the lives of his children realising that here is the perfect opportunity to continue the election campaign by being in govt. A drama for counting show of hands is arranged for and they are in power now. They then unleash a slew of populist measures and announce they are now ready for the LOK Sabha elections. The Binny, Bharati and Birla episode was in line with the same campaign mode. That they can even take on their own and shake the system (read cops, schools, and hospitals) for the people and keep the public memory fresh that they were honest. It is a different matter that the cops refused to play ball and Binny was treated as a rebel by the media rather than a crusader. They will continue in this manner, the next thing will be, the repair of the Lokayukt in Delhi. If they manage it, they will become heroes, if they fail they will blame the BJP in opposition. WIN WIN for the commies. Among other things they will wait until just before the code of conduct and start the Sheila investigation when the congress will pull support AAP will get sympathy win a few seats and STOP NAMO (Less messier than an assassination). What they don’t realise is that it is not the BJP that will be hurt it will be the regional parties Congress Clones like Mulayam, Nitish, Laloo Mamta etc. will be wiped out in this election unless AAP self-destructs before that. Either way, it’s a win win for India and all that the BJP morons have to do is continue their positive campaign and not go on every channel for a fixed shouting match.

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    1. Hope your conclusion will become true nayak

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    2. Accept everything you said, except for the "Harshavardhan, attempting to form the Govt" part. BJP although is the single largest party in Delhi, had no support from either independents or AAP. What would BJP do?
      Even if BJP had gone ahead and formed the Govt. AAP and Congress would have voted them out of any flimsy reason.
      What BJP had done is right and their convictions proved right that AAP had no agenda, ideology or action plan to Govern the state, much less the country. The people of India would not have known what creature AAP is and its being part of the Govt had helped common citizens wake up of its agenda of anarchy. Why BJP voters who voted AAP (about 2% are back to BJP fold now), the neutral ones are also thinking and AAp has steadily lost its support in three weeks of 'nautanki' it called Governance AAP style.

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    3. @ Vamsi precisely, BJP should have formed the govt and during the floor test taken the moral high ground and invited the "Honest" AAPtards to support. They would not have done it, the Govt would have fallen, and BJP would have swept the reelection on the sympathy vote and the stability vote. Remember they lost in nearly 8 to 10 seats by less than a margin of a few hundred votes. Also those who voted Congress would have divide their votes in reelection between BJP and AAP but it would have been advantage BJP

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  13. http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/the-buck-stops-here/has-the-aam-aadmi-party-lost-the-plot/305616?curl=1390026975

    This is really amusing---8:30 onwards for the next 5-6 minutes Ashutosh lectures Capt.Gopinath that he should have read the manifesto that AAP is against FDI in retail and should not have joined the party and he (Ashutosh) strongly believe in the philosophy that there should be no FDI in retail.

    At 23:40 Kiran Bedi points out that before joining the AAP party, Ashutosh had tweeted that 'All those who oppose FDI in retail are idiots'. He was dumbstruck for sometime.

    This is the level of an (ex-)editor.

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  14. Wonder when* the AK commie will double cross the CIA agenda and Ford funding.
    (* it is well known that will surely happen when BJP with Modi will be at the helm of affairs.) Those times will be worse for India and its gullible people -- nutters.

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  15. There is a stunning similarity between Mahabharata and 2014 general election.

    There we had blind king Dhritarashtra who was not bad or corrupt but had compulsions which stopped him from speaking against the injustice happening right in front of him.

    Bhishma, Dronacharya were all great people but they had their compulsions too and they couldn't go against the evil Duryodhana.

    Gandhari loved her son and wanted him to be the king. She ignored all his shortcomings.

    Duryodhana had the highest fear from Arjuna who was the most skilled warrior among all. Even if Duryodhana had answer to the rest of Pandavas, when it came to Arjuna, he was defenceless.

    Duryodhana needed someone from outside the Kauravas clan who could counter the Arjuna factor.

    He found the quintessential Aam Aadmi of the times - Karna, and gave him a small kingdom to get him on his side because the main prize was the bigger kingdom of Hastinapur.

    Pandavas meanwhile had been living in exile and continuously hounded by Duryodhana during those 12 years. Same as Modi is being hounded for last 12 years by almost everyone in govt. and their mercenaries - media, NGOs, Lawyers, leaders within and outside the party.

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    1. As much as I agree with your analogy, there are few differences. The most important thing about Pandva was unity. They all stuck together. In BJP, LKA rather then being the grandfather, is playing shakuni to be the spoilsport. However, the most important ingredient is still missing, that of Krishn. Arjun seems to be single-handedly taking on the kurus.

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    2. May be Rajnath is the Krishna. He has already sidelined Advani, Gadkari and replaced Vijay Goel in Delhi with Dr. Harshwardhan.

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  16. Your articles are getting better & better. Lost for words to describe how nicely you've put everything. I particularly like the Hollywood start that you give to your postings. And the movies that you quote are historic ones.
    Keep it up.

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  17. hi all

    you got it wrong, you got it all wrong. arvind kejriwal is doing exactly what he was told to do and the most-unfortunate part of that is - he is right on that track - sorry to say, but thanks to 'weak - bjp' and extremely - extremely sorry to say - thanks to 'fool-bjp'.

    regards

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  18. I think AAP will take anotther U turn. In case of Binny, there is statement by Mr. Yadav that sitting MLA's will not contest from Lok Sabha. But he just forget that Arvind is also a sitting MLA. I think AAP will follow two rules: One for AAM party members and another for Khaas party members (like Kejriwal, YY etc).

    And there is another important question. With chants of " Arvind kejriwal as PM" , Will now AAP ready to take support of all other corrupt parties (like SP, Congress, DMK, BSP etc). Because frankly, they cannot expect AAP to have more than 20-30 seats. So what is AAP stand on coalition???????????????Are they comfortable aligning with corrupt parties to have Kejriwal as PM?????

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  19. Ravinar sir,

    I visit your blog so many times a day to see if you have posted a new one! And what an analysis!! As always, I regret that it is accessed and read only by a miniscule minority of Indians, while the vast majority of those are gullible ones, who keep thinking that this AAP and AK are the messiahs who are going to be the saviors and if we lose out this time (Modi I mean) it is going to cost our nation another decade or so, by which time so much of damage would have been already done.

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    1. I fully agree with your views. There is a saying in Tamil "What will happen to a garland of flowers,when it is given to a monkey". I smpathise with the people ofDelhi.

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  20. Beautiful article as usual. I admire your memory and the capacity to associate things to create wholesome article without any compromise with credibility. But you left the mystery unsolved - who was that naxal english teacher who became an MLA? Please please enlighten us on that.

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    1. @Avinash

      Read carefully.. There is something at the end of the article...

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  21. Yesterday I happen to see a 'punch drunk' ( completely sozzled and disoriented) vinod Mehta at the arnab goswami show . He was blabberring. How much more can the media stoop

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  22. Random thoughts after yesterday's events:

    Jayanthi Natarajan said in one of the TV channels that the Congress performance these last ten years was "phenomenal". I think she meant "phenome-null".

    Rahul's speech was at the "Talkatora" stadium. Knowing about Rahul's past performances, Siddu apparently was not sure if delegates from Karnataka would "Tadkotara" ('tolerate' in Kannada) Rahul's speeches and would quickly "Talkotara" ('make a stealthy exit' in Kannada) from the venue!

    Sonia's glee and facial expressions when listening to Rahul's speech at Talkatora were a hoot! She was grinning from ear to ear and thumping the table like a little child. Yesterday, SONIA was the acronym for "Son's Obnoxious Nonsense I Applaud"! In Kannada there is a saying "Hetta Thayige Heggana Muddu" that translates into "Even a bandicoot is beautiful for the mother who bears it". It was very much on display yesterday.

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    1. ha ha Good one, SK. The point about Sonia is too good ! "enTu varshakke nanna maga danTu" this is very much true about the Buddhu !

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  23. Looks like Fate of common man or criminals from Delhi has been sealed that in future they will have to face public court and not constitutionally upholding Judiciary..

    Situation will be more or less like what was shown in Movie Tango Charlie where Commies pronounce Jamindar Guilty..Watch sequence from 7:55 Minutes to next 2 Minute from the clip which is from same Movie.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNMEpW8cMjw

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  24. From IIT to IRS to Parivartan to Kabir to IAC to Anna to AAP to Delhi CM - other day he said he won't contest LS polls.Just now there is news he will.On behalf of congress?
    Delhi has seen them coming and going - Remember Indira Gandhi's kitchen cabinet? Raj Narayan? H N Bahuguna? H K Surjeet? Amarsingh? now we have this AK.Wait for his AAP to fall flat in 2014 Ls elections.Then wait for his minority govt to be dismissed.then wait to see him sliding in to oblivion.

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  25. Ravinar, good article, but there are Congress Ads on your blog.

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    1. Yes, I have allowed Congress ads and all other ads on the site. Anyone having a problem with this is actually a person who does not understand the concept of Google AdSense. Even if you do, I will not block ads of any political party. Besides, the ads are not in the middle of the article to interrupt your reading, so please stop whining and stick to the topic.

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  26. Thanks Ravinar for mentioning my name in the post. I feel really honored. At the same time, I wish to say that all those information regarding AAPtards shocking tax dues were provided by Krishen Kak sir. I merely posted it on his behalf. Anyways, its not the person but the information that really matters. And excellent article like always. Keep Going..

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    1. Indeed a gentleman to mention the credits. You did indeed a great job in 'posting', else it would not have come to light!

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  27. Present day imparting justice by the minister Bharti and his supporters reminds me of the justice meted out in mid eighteenth century America when a crowd would capture woman they suspected of being a witch. They tie her hands and legs and dunk her in a water tank. If she drowns she was proven witch, if she floated she proved her innocence. Even today you can see many roads in America named "Witch Duck Road"

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  28. You mentioned YY as a plant of congis its 200% correct I have senn him screaming on TV debates with his commie "idea of India" with same congress line of fakularism and his tirade of BJP. I was amused to see his fake agitation when was asked to leave member of UGC by congress to create illusion in the minds of people that he is anti-congress and systematically plant him in AAP with a dramatic consequence with congis itself... But in this I must say that we are still dealing with britishers in the form of congress which manipulate people of India to be in power through a highly notorious manner....

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      I have removed your comment because it has no relevance to this post. Keep comments relevant. This is not a public message board to post all kinds of links to irrelevant topics..

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  30. *** Dear Ravinar, Your Dangerous Deception Part-4 in Telugu(Part) here http://wp.me/p4ggt4-2 Will translate complete post from now if you wish.

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      I have neither authorised nor given anyone permission to translate or reproduce my posts. Please delete your translated post and do not attempt any further translation without my authorisation. While you may be enthusiastic in doing this such acts are fraught with nuisance and this undue enthusiasm to translate posts despite my repeated assertion of no interest in such translation I would consider it unwanted nuisance. Therefore, please take down your post and do not undertake any more translations..

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    2. Ravinar thing is that ,ur articles are read by very small no of people.what about the people who find it difficult to understand english,i ve seen people who are there were they are,who are actually quite good intelligently just because .Of fear of english .Dont realise thier true potential.see all this missionaries spreading thier faith to lowest denominators of population just by transalating bible.and even commies they reach thier ideas by going vernacular.This was lacking in hinduism then when sanskrit was the language of intellectuals and now right wing intellectuals like you are adamant about transalating from english.but please think over this.

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  31. I dont knw if u seen Kejriwal's ndtv interview but he accused SHINDE (Not BJP minister) of ordering Delhi hawaldars to collect money for him. And i dont know if u know but Nigerian ppl r famous for doing DRUG business all over India (REMEMBER GOA? where BJP minister said same thing about them just a month ago and for some reason u never mention tht in ur blog??). If we want to change India, someone got to play the game differnet way.

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    1. Nigerian people being known for Drug business and citizen's trying to take law in their own hands are two different things. The country's law need to be followed to take action against them. Concerned citizens should file a FIR in police station and if police refuses to accept the FIR then they can highlight it in media. It goes without saying that they will be required to testify in courts as well if there is subsequent prosecution.
      I hope you are not suggesting when saying "If we want to change India, someone got to play the game differnet way" that crowds should take law in their own hand. That is what leads to mobs lynching whoever comes in their way.

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    2. Oh I dint knw tht Indian police is soo helpful in our country tht u go to a police station and file a FIR and they will start takin action right away. And I forgot about courts where 20 years is normal for a course to go on. And don't forget Delhi riots happened cuz this same Delhi police was under Home ministry and were told not to save Sikhs. Someone from Delhi police must be count accountable if they r bot doing their job.

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  32. Ravinar,
    Excellent article as always.. I am a fan of your article but hardly post comments.. Here i would like add something; which is not related to the topic of discussion; but something relevant..
    I see that in the article you have used the word "thug" to denote the anti-social elements. But i have heard in many forums that "thug" was a tribe in North India who opposed British and later they added it to the dictionary that meant "criminal". I see the following definition when i searched in google as well
    " a member of a fraternity of professional robbers and murderers in India, suppressed by the British in the 19th century."
    So don't you think we Indians should start using a different word to describe the "anti-social elements"?

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  34. Dear Ravinar,

    It is becoming increasingly amusing to watch the growing uneasiness in behaviour of Arvind Kejriwal for past few days. Here are some points which I think we must understand :

    1) A few days back there was a panel discussion on Timesnow where Mrs Anjali Damaniya from AAP commented that most of people joining AAP from Maharashtra are from BJP & NCP ! Although this statement is completely crap, It seems she was giving an indirect message to Congress that they are still working on the Congress plan to divide BJP votes.

    2) During an interview with Burka Dutt Mr Arvind Kejriwal challenged Congress to remove their support while claiming he is working on Common Wealth files & will prosecute Congress leaders. This is a clear 2 point strategy where they are claiming they do not want Congress support while in reality they are sending signals to Congress that AAP is their only hope in trying to divide BJP votes in some cities.

    3) In the end, Mr Arvind Kejriwal's only hope is to achieve martyrdom by resigning in April claiming that Congress is not allowing it to work properly & Congress denying all these charges. Congress feels it can benefit by AAP martyrdom by actually diverting a few gullible BJP voters in Delhi to AAP.

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  35. hi aap bhakt - saksham kumar

    it seems you have gone complete blind in aap-bhakti. get your eyes checked or rather get you mind checked immediately at some reputed hospital near you.

    and just do not - read carefully - just do not forget to take some aap-minister along with you - one more reminder - media persons along with camera - must - why ?

    don't you know lot of corruption in hospitals as well - you can have great pictures & videos of your ministers shouting at those ' corrupt - doctors'. sorry, but one more reminder - do it 'late at night as late as possible' - after all - aap-ministers at available only late at night and naturally - it will have more impact and then as a 'fundamental right' the entire 'aap-govt.' along with 'God - Kejriwal' can sit at 'dharna' this time along with you for you as always.

    great going – aap-bhakts

    special regards to you

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  36. hi all,

    we should NOT be judging a govt which has been in power for just 20 + no. of days. lets be practical, and watch how things have turned out (for better or for worse) after 50 - 70 days they have been in power. should be by 1st week of March 2014.

    that way we can ward off prejudice, possibly if any.

    until then, just WATCH the twists and turns, things falling in place, falling out of place etc etc

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    1. What government? Instead of governance, they are all in Dharna. Do you mean to say AAP carry on its vigilante way of governing i.e. raiding any property AAP ministers suspect without proper warrent and we watch for 70 days? If we do that for 70 days, why not for 700 days? or 7000 days? When do you think we should say enough is enough?

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    2. True we cant let this happen but its okey when a Shiv Sena minister (BJP's partner in crime) get 2 mumbai girls arrested WITHOUT ANY WARRANT just cuz they posted a comment on facebook. Talking about DEMO

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    3. @kamlaleo:
      Your comment is wrong on facts . In Maharshtra , Congress is in power so minister cannot be from Shiv Sena. Rest is your opinion [ based upon ignorance] which you are entitled and i respect your right to have an opinion even if prejudicied and not based upon facts.

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    4. @keepitsimple07,
      It is like asking a beginner DRINKER to go on and on!!!!! Drinking is bad!!!,

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  37. It was long long time I had seen Dirty Harry, so I faintly remember that DH's fight was against the criminals and to clean the society from anti-socials irrespective of their colors. Where as Dirty Kejryy is hypocrite whose true intentions are not yet unfolded, his campaign against corruption was just a ploy exposed by recent events where he is now silent on Shiela Governments corruption. His jumping on the Nirbhaya movement was just an opportunistic moment he seized to further his image, if really he would have to protect and safeguard women as he proclaimed during recent Dharana-drama, he would not allow and defend his law minister who had with his undignified act forced woman to urinate in front of public.

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  38. Fantastic write-up! Loved every sentence... This is the reality we are faced with and IMHO the sooner we dispense with AAP the better... AK would have been wiser had he sat in the opposition and learnt the ropes before jumping on the CM seat. He's a lunatic who thinks anarchy is the only option... These guys have done no field work and think they can just crack the whip to ensure compliance. NO WAY, I'M NEVER GONNA VOTE THESE GUYS IN... Louts & lumpens of the highest order!

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