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Ideological Subversion

And then, there are the communists, Blacker hearts still. They feed on the pus of all this corruption, Like maggots in a corpse! And like maggots have left a swell, They will eventually swarm like flies, And spread their rotten philosophy, Across the country and across the world, Those then, Are our enemies! ~ Inspector Chester Campbell / The Peaky Blinders Post independence, India had the option to chose & follow a particular path to build its own destiny as a Sovereign Nation State in the new world order, after almost 1000 years of foreign rule. This opportunity was actually the result of those Freedom Fighters who laid their precious lives to liberate India from foreign rule. Unfortunately, they did not live to witness the national tricolour being hoisted on 15th August 1947. The real heroes of our freedom struggle are the ones who contributed immensely during the 90 years, starting with 1857 through 1947. They were the real sons of the soil, most of whom martyred as nameless &

Story of Satpura

This blogpost is a compilation of several tweets from Careless Whispers . They are reproduced here as is, without much edits, except all hashtags have been removed.  This thread on Bori Sanctuary, Satpura National Park in Madhya Pradesh is triggered by video of tigress swimming. I showed the video to the man behind these projects. He was emotional seeing the video and then shared some interesting trivia. Please click here for Video (Video courtesy Shri Dhiraj Singh Chauhan, SDO Bori Sanctuary) Circa 1977-79 : True story as narrated to me by my father: Shri K S Saxena, ex-IFS (Forest Services) who developed both Satpura National Park & Bori Sanctuary from scratch, in Madhya Pradesh Bori was always a very rich & biodiverse dense forest, providing ideal setting for sanctuary. After extensive field work and follow up, it was Dr. Ranjitsinh , then Forest Secretary, Govt of MP, who decided to make a visit to Bori. Dr. Ranjitsinh insisted that father should accompany hi

Finding Indic-ism

We Indians, yes including millennials, are being raised, educated & cultivated predominantly under the ‘socialist-secular’ system. After higher education & employment, we go on to the next level & get ourselves exposed to the ‘free-market-liberal-capitalist’ system. Along the way, some of us get romantically entangled into the ‘Marxist-communist-Naxal’ mindset with leanings towards everything as long as it is Anti-this&that. This pretty much is the distribution of our thought & mindset. Carefully curated, combed & cultivated, we join the tribe of proud ‘ Global Desi ’. Very few, who are exposed or chose to study Indic ( Swadeshi ) 'Thought & Systems' are generally considered as old-fashioned & orthodox. Sadly, the joke is on the 'Global Desi' dudes, as we shall shortly explore. Panchayat , the web-series that is currently breaking records and pushing the boundaries, is being liked by one and all, across age and genres. Why? Because - s

Why are we so obsessed with GDP?

We have now sunk to a depth at which the restatement of the obvious is the first duty of intelligent men ~ George Orwell Reading habits are now limited to Pictorials & Meme shared over WhatsApp & Social Media. The daily dose of Newspaper headlines are remotely connected to the reality. Evening prime-time is spent on 'Newstainment' - the cacophony of futile & vile debates. New-age, so-called 'fact-checkers' are mostly 'Google Warriors' with hidden Agenda. Facts & Data gets buried somewhere deep under all this rubble, crying for time & attention. Two things happened last week to trigger a national rhetoric:  RBI released its Annual Report stating 99% of demonetised notes came back GDP growth slows to 5.7% in April-June 2017 Quarter Both have turned out to be highly emotive issues for India - for those who understand it and even for those who don't. Emotion, connects India. 'Designer Journalists' got busy

Lib-Tards and their sense of Politics

Nothing can now be believed which is seen in a newspaper. Truth itself becomes suspicious by being put into that polluted vehicle. The real extent of this state of misinformation is known only to those who are in situations to confront facts within their knowledge with the lies of the day. ~ Thomas Jefferson to John Norvell, 1807 Elections are the best time to review Political Quotient of LibTards  (Liberal Retards) . Through this post, we shall discuss and review some 'pearls of wisdom' of these self-styled political pundits and try to assess their understanding (or lack of it) of the very complex subject of Politics. There are two types of Lib-tards: a) Those who read & share  intellectual stuff on Politics, the Followers & b) Those who W rite, Speak and Post  intellectual stuff on Politics. *** First, the reader-class LibTards, remember this blog talked about it some time back on the role of ‘Useful Idiots’ ? I would rather replug the link here

THEY Demonized Demonetisation

Reflecting back on an unprecedented event that would assume 'historical' importance globally - 8th November 2016 will be remembered as the Day of Demonetisation. One good thing 'Demonetisation-Day' of 8th November did to India was spectacular in that the whole Nation arrived on the same page - that of the POOR.  As usual, tribe of Politicians remained most concerned for the poor. High decibel noises were heard from the seats of Designer Journalists, Intellectuals, Communists, Faketivists, English-speaking-urban-middle-class, Key-Board warriors etc. Everyone suddenly got very ‘concerned’ about the ‘Poor’ and ‘Rural’ India. The protagonist of Demonetisation turns out to be the Poor & Rural India, and rightly so, as we will conclude shortly.  Irony just died a painful death when the Poor Indians themselves came out in very large numbers to support Demonetisation (DeMo), even if they had to stand in long winding queues and wait for long hours just to exch

'Coconut' Class of Sixty-Nine

Narendra Modi (NaMo) has brought upon a very strange situation and a dilemma to the vast and diverse fabric of Indian Voter. Firstly, he split the Indian Voter into two - with 31% in favour, who actually voted for him to be the PM, against the rest 69%. Secondly, just to maintain 'anti-Modi' position and keep this vote-bank intact, torch-bearers of these 69% have even started justifying 'anti-India' causes and activities. 31% are the early Bhakts (supporters / followers of NaMo) - term used with derogatory connotation by the Indian Sickular Intellectuals (ISI) . A very large part of 69% who voted against NaMo are actually innocent well-meaning voters, who simply got misled by anti-Modi narrative; an agenda aggressively pushed into the drawing-rooms and on coffee-tables, by the unholy nexus of Toxic & Corrupt Mainstream Media (paid by the Congress), Corrupt & anti-National NGOs-turned-Activists-turned-Politicians; promoted by the politically aspirational