The Congress Method of Blocking Modi

Note: This is the translation of Pratap Simha’s piece entitled Narendra Modi Haniyalu Congress Hidida Daari Yenthaaddu? that appeared in Kannada Prabha on 21 July, 2012. Translation is entirely mine and has the author’s approval.

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You may write me down in history
With your bitter, twisted lies,
You may trod me in the very dirt
But still, like dust, I’ll rise.

Does my sassiness upset you?
Why are you beset with gloom?
‘Cause I walk like I’ve got oil wells
Pumping in my living room.

Just like moons and like suns,
With the certainty of tides,
Just like hopes springing high,
Still I’ll rise.

Did you want to see me broken?
Bowed head and lowered eyes?
Shoulders falling down like teardrops.
Weakened by my soulful cries.

Does my haughtiness offend you?
Don’t you take it awful hard
‘Cause I laugh like I’ve got gold mines
Diggin’ in my own back yard.

You may shoot me with your words,
You may cut me with your eyes,
You may kill me with your hatefulness,
But still, like air, I’ll rise.

I’m always reminded of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi whenever I read this poem entitled Still I’ll Rise written by the black poetess, Maya Angelou. Although Angelou wrote this in the context of her protest against White racism, it seems to me that large portions this poem were written keeping Modi in mind. The opening lines You may write me down in history/ With your bitter, twisted lies, especially apply one hundred percent to Narendra Modi. Over the past 10 years, that is, from 2002 there’s no abuse, no allegation that’s not been hurled against Modi. No invective has been left unused while abusing him. The Congress party and its major and minor cohorts in the media have carefully indulged in a systematic campaign of Modi’s character assassination. Despite this, their efforts have gone in vain because he’s won election after election with a two-thirds majority. That’s not all. In the ensuing 2014 Lok Sabha elections, there’s every indication that he is likely to be the BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate.

If that happens—if the BJP declares Modi as their Prime Ministerial candidate, let no doubts remain that this poses the biggest danger to Rahul Gandhi.

And it is to prevent exactly a situation like this that the Congress party is working overtime. The Assembly Elections scheduled in December 2012 will witness yet another victorious Modi. It takes 92 seats to capture the 182-member Gujarat Vidhana Sabha. However, if the BJP under Modi manages to garner a tally 100, it will be portrayed as a defeat of Modi. This is why the Congress party is willing to stoop down to any level to ensure that the BJP bags a figure under 100. The media as usual, has become a willing handmaiden to aid the Congress party in its every nefarious move. However, this time around, some people have already shed light on such dirty tricks.

Madhav Nalapat’s Congress Plans Sleaze Campaign against Modi in the Sunday Guardian, Minaz Merchant’s Target Modi in the Times of India Blogs, and Aakar Patel’s Spent guns target Modi in the Express Tribute narrate the despicable road chosen by the Congress party to stop Modi at all costs.

According to Nalapat, the Congress has identified two ways to accomplish this. The first is the one it implemented in Uttarakhand and Karnataka. In these states, the Congress capitalized on the BJP’s infighting and its in-house traitors thereby wrecking the governments. In Gujarat, it has already yoked up the disgruntled BJP elements in the form of Keshubhai Patel and Kashiram Rana, and has pitted them against Modi. The second way is vile way of direct, open character assassination. More specifically, the Congress party has already readied plans to film a fake CD showing Modi engaged in the sexual act, and then to release it to the public at election time through its pliant media agents. The obvious goal is to tarnish Modi’s character and reap electoral benefit. This sleazy plan is already in operation with the assistance of a certain lady NDA office-bearer from Punjab. This lady has apparently netted a Tamil actress by buying her a flat in Chandigarh and landing her roles in two upcoming Tamil films. At the opportune time, this actress will file an affidavit stating that the Gujarat Chief Minister had sexual relations with her.

But why is the Congress party after Modi with such zeal? What is it about him that’s giving it sleepless nights?

Today, the only person who stands between Rahul Gandhi and the Prime Minister’s chair is Narendra Modi. Do you recall just one person who the entire Congress party has pursued with such a feverish determination in its long history? The argument that it is pursuing Modi because it’s concerned about Gujarat’s Muslims is shallow. One of the worst riots to hit the state in 1969 was under the Congress government led by Chief Minister Hitendra Desai. The combined death toll comprising both Hindus and Muslims was 2000. The reason? The Al Aska mosque in Jerusalem, which was pulled down in 1969. This event in some faraway country provided a convenient ruse for Muslims in Gujarat to launch an unprovoked attack on Hindus worshipping peacefully at the Jagannath temple. It’s not that the then Congress government was unaware of this fact. Historically, Hindu-Muslim riots in India have always been initiated by Muslims. This too, is a fact that the Congress party is well-acquainted with. However, it repeatedly uses the Muslim card for obvious, vote-bank reasons. In the present day, it’s using the same card to discredit Modi and quench its insatiable lust for power because it has run out of all other options. However, if we allow such divisive politics to succeed, we can only shudder at the future of this nation.

The fact is that despite numerous attempts over the last 10 years, the Congress has been unable to find even one flaw in Narendra Modi. Why?

Typically, every successful politician or leader or public figure has a team or at least one shrewd adviser who guides and advises the leader on various matters. A Chandragupta Maurya had a Chanakaya, Harihara and Bukka had Vidyaranya, Shivaji had Samarth Ramadas, Swami Vivekananda had Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, and so on. In present day politics, this applies to a Mayawati who had Satishchandra Mishra, Naveen Patnaik who had Pyaremohan Mohapatra, Mualayam Singh Yadav who had Gyaneshwar Mishra (and later Amar Singh), NTR and Chandrababu Naidu who had Ramoji Rao, Karunanidhi who had S. Guhan and Prof. Naganathan, Jayalalithaa who has Cho. Ramaswamy, and Deve Gowda, who has YSV Datta. None of these leaders took any decision without first consulting their advisors and every decision once taken, has the imprint of their advisor in some form or the other.

If this is the case—an age-old precedent—who is this one person who advises and guides Narendra Modi?

There’s no answer to this question because Narendra Modi is his own King and wise counsel. Historically, the Congress party is known to “book” such advisors and exploit the weakness of the adversary through this key person. However, despite painstaking efforts spanning a decade, the Congress party encountered a solid wall in the case of Narendra Modi because—apart from having no advisor—he is clean. Of late, the Congress has explored the avenue of trying to tarnish him through his family and relatives—for example, a relative who became rich overnight thanks to Modi’s Chief Ministership. However, even this turned out to be a dead end. The handlers and the dirty tricks department of the Congress party apparently found out that Modi isn’t in politics for selfish ends, and was forced to accept the fact that Modi’s interest lay in Gujarat’s interest. It’s left to our imagination as to the future of this nation if a man like this becomes Prime Minister.

This is the reason Narendra Damodardas Modi has captured the imagination of the Indian masses.

He comes across as an introvert. It’s hard to predict when he speaks or when he doesn’t. By himself, he’s a great strategist. In the 2007 Gujarat assembly polls, he steered the BJP to a two-thirds majority without calling in any central leader from the party to the campaign trail. This is because of the confidence that comes from demonstrating performance and delivering clean governance. Thus, it’s clear that he’s the only leader in India who can mount an effective opposition to Rahul Gandhi. Although Nitish Kumar has earned fame of being an able administrator, his reach beyond Bihar is limited. Within the BJP, the Congress hasn’t doggedly gone after its top leaders like Arun Jaitley and Sushma Swaraj even once in the last nine years. This is because the Congress doesn’t consider them as worthy political opponents. The only one who continues to bear the brunt of the Congress party’s attack is Narendra Modi. 

Influential leaders across the country like Nitish Kumar, Mamata Banerjee, Chandrababu Naidu, Oommen Chandy, and Deve Gowda seem to have been busy cultivating only Muslim votes at the exclusion of everything else. Mamata Banerjee seems to be on a warpath to make the Bengal exchequer pay salaries to Mullahs. Looked at from this perspective, Modi appears to be the only politician and leader whose politics isn’t based on appeasement. This apart, Modi is one of the finest orators we have today. He has in many ways, filled the vacuum left behind by Vajpayee in terms of attracting massive crowds by the sheer strength of his oratory. The Congress has not one person who can come even light years close to this, and is understandably angry.

One of the easiest slurs to assassinate the character of a person is to brand him corrupt and a womanizer. In the 2007 Gujarat election campaign, the Congress used this wretched card—it alleged that Modi was already married and that his wife works as a school teacher. This time around, it’s outdone itself by stooping to a new low with the filming of a fake CD. And that’s not all—according to Minaz Merchant, the Congress party is pulling no stops. It has created an entire stop-Modi machinery by roping in all sorts of activists, mediapersons, and disgruntled BJP elements. However, as Maya Angelou says,

Just like moons and like suns,
With the certainty of tides,
Just like hopes springing high,
Still I’ll rise. You may shoot me with your words,

You may cut me with your eyes,
You may kill me with your hatefulness,
But still, like air, I’ll rise.

Let Narendra Damodar Modi rise, vanquish his opponents and lead India towards progress and prosperity.

90 comments for “The Congress Method of Blocking Modi

  1. August 22, 2012 at 4:55 AM

    i want to make just one comment. After years of sadness at the mostly coward-like attidude of the Hindus ( I am a Hindu), my spirits are rising as I read opinions after opinions from the Hindus expressing valor,strength and openly praising leaders like MODY. And exposing traitors like TEESTA KHAN, arundhati, et al. The time has come for all patriots in India to rejoice and be proud being Hindus, rather Indians, because we have a larger number of Christians and even Muslims, who are patriots.It is matter of a short time, before our leader will rise to become the PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA. All Hindu-bashers including Congress party in India will lick dust as righteousness of the Hindu heritage will emerge victorious heralding a new era of peace and prospeity of All Indians.

  2. aam aadami
    August 9, 2012 at 5:51 PM

    Modi is VANTHAMBHI VANAZAR!!!!!!

  3. humanist
    August 7, 2012 at 8:33 PM

    Comrade Menka, I do not like extremism of any sort and I have not been reading your stuff here. But I am saddened by your extreme hate for Modi. It is not good for health. You can develop diabetes, blood pressure and cardiac problems. Furthermore, it is important to get up and walk once in a while, otherwise you may develop piles. But coming to the point, there used to be many extreme haters of Modi like you in media also but of late even they have become too tired to hate. Maybe the blood pressure got them. Or maybe they wised up and realized that hatred is a negative emotion that will give them hypertension due to which they may develop erectile dysfunction. But more interestingly, people are acknowledging the good work Modi is doing. Meghnad Desai wrote (in a pro-Muslim Congress newspaper!) that 24×7 power supply will get Modi votes. I am surprised.

    http://www.indianexpress.com/news/power-shocks/983955/0

  4. humanist
    August 7, 2012 at 8:21 PM

    Comrade Balakrishnan, many leaders came to power with middle class vote. Some, like Jyoti Basu, did unleash terror on their populations. But not everyone did. Hitler’s record however is that he had the backing of Catholics and Muslims. The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, who organized killings of Jews, had cordial relations with Hitler and advised him on anti-Semitism. This is a very sad chapter in history which is again repeating today with alliance between extremist Muslims and leftwingers. I suggest that you read about ideologies. Reading authoritative primary sources (eg: Quran, Mein Kampf, Hadith, Stalin’s Collected Works) gives best insight.

  5. Menka
    August 7, 2012 at 8:16 PM

    @Balakrishnan

    You are 100% right. It is a genuine fear that unless civil society comes together these kind of fanatics can go to any extent. These people at present are only showing their true colours on net but in real can be dangerous to the society like the guy in norway or the guy in USA who gunned down people. The blind devotion to modi is eeringly similar to how it was in germany as you rightly pointed out.

  6. Darshan
    August 7, 2012 at 4:30 PM

    “For starters, we can ask Narendra Modi to appoint a Lokayukta”

    Another Hazare supporting joker I see.

    Your Lokayukta doesn’t solve anything.

    Also check Godwin’s Law you retard.

  7. August 7, 2012 at 10:59 AM

    Hitler came to power with the help of the middle class…and the rest is history. Let us learn a lesson from Germany. Let us stop idol worship and think in terms of making the Constitution and the administrative system work. For starters, we can ask Narendra Modi to appoint a Lokayukta and throw out Purshottam Solanki from his cabinet. Check Solanki’s criminal record in Mumbai and Gujarat and you will know what I mean.

  8. CC
    August 1, 2012 at 10:58 PM

    And so the honorable Menkaranger admits Modi is innocent since the courts have cleared him. And now she can stop screaming for his blood.

    And if you have proof that Abu Jundal is innocent, why aren’t you taking it to the court Honorable menkaranger? Why let the poor guy rot in jail?

  9. Vineet
    August 1, 2012 at 10:04 PM

    @menka

    “You cant have one rule for Modi and another for others you dislike”

    Going by same logic and upholding your “neutrality,” you haven’t displayed same passion in denigrating anyone else perceived to be involved in communal/criminal acts but not yet pronounced guilty

    Your passion, like that of Muslims/Congressis/Nehruvians/Christians/Sickularists is only concentrated towards Modi.

    How come you have one rule for Modi and other rule for those from Muslims/Congressis/Nehruvians/Christians/Sickularists bracket.

  10. Menka
    August 1, 2012 at 8:53 PM

    @Arvind

    You alleged that he was member of some core group which decided to kill sikhs during 1984 riots. In response, I asked you to take your evidence to the court so he can be put behind bars. But knowing the toothless tiger you are, you will make such idiotic statements on net to vent your frustration and then keep quiet. I am not defending anyone since courts will punish them if they are guilty since that is your yardstick for Modi. Similarly, all the corrupt people like raja, kalmadi, and even abu jundal are all innocent since the matter is in court. You cant have one rule for Modi and another for others you dislike.

  11. CC
    August 1, 2012 at 1:56 AM

    Honorable menkaranger, this is what Washington Post has to say about NaMo:

    “But perhaps the greatest display of political gumption and policy creativity comes from Gujarat in the west. Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s first victory was curbing the theft of power, one reason for transmission and distribution losses.

    Mr. Modi’s real innovation, however, has been to set up a parallel distribution network to sell farmers electricity at competitive prices. Consumers can still access the old grid at subsidized prices, but they’re increasingly turning to the new one for stable supply.

    Now Gujarat is the only Indian state that generates more power than it consumes. Consumer choice helps wean people off a de facto entitlement so that subsidized electricity can be phased out.”

    You worship white masters and constantly seek approval from those whose skin color is the same as rapist rahul. Is your craving satisfied now?

  12. Arvind
    August 1, 2012 at 12:55 AM

    @Menka: So now an ideology that calls for genocide is an acceptable ideology that one can choose? Marxism was responsible for 400 million deaths in the 20th century. It is interesting to see that you defend genocidal ideologies.

    As for Mani Shankar Aiyer being a member of the Congress, Congress is not an imaginary group. If you did not know that he is a member of the Congress, it shows you are clueless about Indian politics. Your defense of the perpetrators of the 1984 genocide of Sikhs by claiming that they are innocent since they have not been imprisoned is shameful.

  13. Menka
    July 31, 2012 at 7:58 PM

    @Arvind

    It is his choice if he believes in the ideology of Karl Marx. If he was a core member of some imaginary group according to you, please place this important evidence infront of the court. I am sure based on your solid evidence, he will be sent behind bars.

  14. Arvind
    July 31, 2012 at 5:47 AM

    @Menka: No silly allegations on Dilip D’Souza. His posts on USENET mocking the poor command of English of those who complained can be seen even today. His father was clearly corrupt.

    As for Mani Shankar Aiyer, you are on Kool Aid. He was the one who was mocked and shredded to pieces. In fact, on Rediff chat, he was mocked, ridiculed and he fled the scene. He then used his influence to get Rediff to pull the chat. What is more, he supported China during the Indo-Chinese war and on TV, when he was called a Marxist, he retorted, “What is wrong in being a Marxist?”

    That shows his low IQ. What is wrong in being a Marxist is that it shows he has extremely low IQ. BTW, he is also a member of the group that committed the 1984 genocide of Sikhs. It is also being investigated why he and you keep claiming that ZERO Hindus were killed in Gujarat after the Muslims firebombed the train carrying innocent Hindus.

  15. Sandeep
    July 30, 2012 at 11:43 PM

    Menka,

    1. Learn some Sanskrit. It is “MENAKA,” not “Menka.”
    2. Stop behaving like a bitch in heat.
    3. Thank you.

  16. CC
    July 30, 2012 at 11:26 PM

    According to the honorable menkaranger, modi is a murderer even though the courts have declared him innocent not once but three times. Where’s rapist rahul hiding? Still working on becoming a ‘finished’ product? How come menkaranger is not screaming for him to be sent to the gallows for committing such a horrific crime? Maybe because menka was part of the crowd that molested the young woman in Guwahati.

  17. Vineet
    July 30, 2012 at 10:22 PM

    Dear Menka

    I don’t much about “liked by most people” D’Souza – so will not comment about it.

    But when you say murderer was ripped apart by Mani Shankar Aiyar and Shabnam Hashmi – are you referring to Modi. If I am not mistaken – Modi has not been on a programme with these two sycophants of The Madame. If not were they ripping apart Modi’s pic and getting their orgasm.

    I love commie/nehruvian/sickularists style – if dont have facts right – say motherhood statements like “liked by most people.”

    Honey – I am always game for a good round of debate. Because my Hindu/Sanatan Dharm has taught me this as one of the ways of pursuit of knowledge unlike Abrahamic cults/commies/nehruvian/sickularists/congressis who like to spit and run. So darling if you are not those who want to spit and run – how about debating with some facts rather than your motherhood and apple pie statements “liked by all people”

    Prepare better and enlighten us. As an indicative point you can enlighten us how true was Arundhati Suzanne Roy’s article in outlook when she had published that hindu mobs had ripped open foetus and wrote ‘Om” on a dead woman’s forehead.

    See I dont use derogatory remarks against you – but dear – you have to do your bit in backing with facts what you say.

  18. Menka
    July 30, 2012 at 9:50 PM

    Double A’s

    Are you both stand up comedians? I mean sitting on net you make such silly allegations that even a 5 yr old will laugh at your pathetic attempts to discredit people who are respected by most people. I dont know where you both stay but there is a program on IBN where your murderer was ripped apart by Mani shankar Aiyar and Shabnam hashmi.

    As regards Dilip and his father since you both seem to believe rediff and varsha why dont you go to the court and put him behind bars? Create an example instead of whining on net.

  19. Anand
    July 30, 2012 at 8:27 PM

    Arvind, I don’t know a lot about JBD’Souza. I happened to read some stuff of his long ago in IE and all I can recall is being depressed by the negativity and bigotry of it all. Yogi Sikand class. There was also a column that (IIRC) Varsha Bhosle wrote about his anti-Hindu antics before the discredited SriKrishna Commission. Still. I don’t think any father would encourage son to manipulate riot timelines to project a twisted causality that justifies the killing of Hindus but hypes the alleged victimhood of Muslims.

  20. Arvind
    July 29, 2012 at 7:53 PM

    @Anand: You are right about Dilip D’Souza. There is something perverse about this guy and his father.

    His father was an IAS officer and instead of solving the problems when he received a complaint, he used to ridicule the poor command over English of the poor people who had approached him in good faith.

    He used to pass on these letters to Dilip D’Souza who would then post them on the internet and mock the people who had filed the complaints.

    Notice the disdain for the unfortunate people born in poverty.

    This is the legacy of Dilip D’Souza’s father. Of course, in the 1970s and 1980s, if you had to become the Chief Secretary of Maharashtra, you had to be immensely corrupt. So no surprises there.

  21. Arvind
    July 29, 2012 at 7:45 PM

    @Menka: “I said to prove that his father was corrupt. If you have proof, go to the court and put him behind bars.”

    It has already been proven that he was associated with a housing society for which the de facto owners (they call themselves trustees) were Mrinal Gore, PB Samant and Suresh Narvekar.

    His corruption is beyond doubt. He was also exposed by Mid-Day for deliberately turning a blind eye to murders in Jogeshwari and he claimed that he did not even know where Jogeshwari was located!

  22. Vineet
    July 29, 2012 at 7:33 PM

    @ItAcHi

    Commies/Sickulars/Congressi will never call it a problem because of “Bangladeshi Muslims” because it will show what mess they have created for their votebanks over the years. Remember Muslims/Christians/Commies in this country cannot be shown in a bad light. Bad light is only reserved for Hindus and their history.

    Very cleverly and conveniently Bangladeshi Muslims have now become Bengali Muslims to give an impression that they are Muslims from Indian Bengal. And now the term is ethnic violence. A term that can be so easily misused to give a “secular” meaning.

    Likes of Menka/Mat on this blog have time and again proved why Commies/Sickulars/Congressi always get away with murder

  23. Vineet
    July 29, 2012 at 7:29 PM

    My dear Menka – why do you need to prove time and again that your IQ level to comprehend the acts of commission by mainstream media is ZERO or is it that you are willfully blind.

    Inadvertent mistake is when she would have shown Sri Sri Ravishankar’s interview for a couple of minutes and then realized that since he is not LIVE then apologize and pull it off air. Inadvertent mistake is not when you run it for the full length of programme. Saagarika Ghose used to be one babe in her times but right now she is a bimbo.

    Well if your world comprises of yourself and Mat on this blog then yes the world respects them. For your information, she had tried to get International Court of Justice to interfere in Gujrat riot cases citing that only that way they can get full justice. Supreme Court had heavily reprimanded / chided her. Well if this is her pursuit of justice – then god save her victims.

    Read this one – http://teesta-setalvad-evidence.blogspot.in/

    Hope by now you were able to comprehend with help of a few people that Teesta had run away from the TV debate. So typical of Commies / Sickulars

    Keep on posting your messages – also you seem to be a prime candidate of how brainwashing of decades is now bearing fruit. Read this one : http://indianrealist.wordpress.com/2012/06/12/how-to-bring-down-a-nation-without-fighting/

  24. Menka
    July 29, 2012 at 5:56 PM

    @Arvind

    Quite lame. I said to prove that his father was corrupt. If you have proof, go to the court and put him behind bars. Hypothetically lets assume he is guilty, does it mean you will indulge in name calling against his son? What has his son got to do with whatever his father did?

    @Vineet

    The world respects Teesta and Mukul Sinha for their zeal to bring justice to the innocents inspite of personal hazards. The risk they have undertaken is enormous and everyone knows how easy it is to kill someone in Modi country (eg Haren Pandya). btw, the next day Sagarika had apologised on twitter and also on the programme for the inadvertent mistake.

  25. ItAcHi
    July 29, 2012 at 5:36 PM

    why is no one even bothered about the riots in assam? Times of india had a small column on the margin about “ethnic violence” while a considerable section of the front page was devoted to some dog that returned to its master !!
    No outrage from sickulars.Bangladeshi immigrants should be kicked all the way back to Dhaka by the army.

  26. Arvind
    July 28, 2012 at 7:19 PM

    @Menka: Go to court for what? To prove that the corrupt JB D’Souza was Dilip D’Souza’s father? Now a paternity test is required to determine that?

  27. Vineet
    July 28, 2012 at 6:08 PM

    Dear Menka

    The connection was not bad – she had walked off. It was visible to anyone with two good eyes and IQ above zero to comprehend what was going on.

    If she was found to be so true in that case, why did Bombay high court ordered compensation for the victims of Teesta who were taken for a ride by her by way of false affidavits. She may have escaped due to a technicality but even one of her Muslim employees said that she tortured them and kept in solitary confinement in Mumbai.

    Well spreading lies and telling falsehood is prerogative of likes of Teesta Setalwad Khan, Arundhati Suzanne Roy, Bandookwala, Sanjiv Bhatt, Mahesh Bhatt and many others bought over by Saudi money.

    Then why your darling Teesta runs away if what is being said about her is false.

    Do some search on the net and you will find about her “achievements.” By going after Modi she has found way in The Madam’s Durbar (unconstitutional body) by itself, has got Padma Shri, now is being taken as adviser on education by HRD ministry. So for her Lies sell and thats why she has mastered that art.

    People who are calling Internet Hindus liars are the ones headed by Saagarika Ghose of CNN-IBN. That Devi of Truth for you, had deliberately used a previously recorded interview of Sri Sri Ravishankar and used it in her live discussion to given the impression that he was participating in the discussion and that he didnt have answers to the questions. Obviously no one can answer questions which were asked at 9pm but interview recorded sometime say 3 or 4pm.

    Mainstream media is shit scared of social media or Internet Hindus because hindus have found way to answer back the garbage that has been given to us in name of History. If you commies are so secular then can you please say why low rate of economic growth was called Hindu rate of growth. Abhishek Manu Singhvi’s kaand is a case to remember that how mainstream media kept silent and only due to pressure from social media, it took up.

    So comrade menka – do some homework and hope to get an intelligent response from you. (may be I am hoping against hope)

  28. July 28, 2012 at 2:45 PM

    @all true Indians- Dont entertain that raghead Menka Begum who has been paid by the Khangress to level false allegations against Modi..
    Leave her, let her bleed..

    THE SIT GAVE A CLEAN CHIT TO NARENDRA MODI AND THATS WHAT MATTERS.
    MENKA’S MOM- TEESTA BEGUM WILL SOON BE BEHIND BARS, THATS WHY SHE IS CRYING SOOOO MUCH!

    NEVER VOTE FOR THIS BLOODY KHANGRESS PARTY!

    VOTE FOR CHANGE IN 2014- VOTE FOR BJP AS NARENDRA MODI AS PRIME MINISTER!

    om NaMo bhagwate vasudevai!

    whole India ko Gujarat jaisa banana hai!

  29. Anand
    July 28, 2012 at 11:38 AM

    Comrade Menko Park, no point giving me your bs on Comrade D’Souza’s riot chronology massaging. Still gets discussed and gets people disgusted after all these years. Go read Varsha Bhosle’s excellent expose on Rediff.

  30. Menka
    July 28, 2012 at 9:19 AM

    @Arvind

    If you have so much proof , please go to the court. Dont make allegations and then sit quietly on net to sermonise others.

  31. malavika
    July 28, 2012 at 9:15 AM

    @Arvind,

    Resident troll(Menka) is a rabid Hindu baiter. Her mask of reasonableness is non existent.It is no surprise that she support another venal ideologue Dilip D Souza.

  32. Menka
    July 28, 2012 at 9:15 AM

    @SP

    Agreed. People are to blame.

  33. SP
    July 28, 2012 at 2:24 AM

    @Menka,
    Kerry Packer asked a cricketeer -”ALL WHORES HAVE A PRICE! TELL ME YOURS?”

    You know all Indians have a price, if not 100%, then at least 99.999%. Votes are purchased and sold, MPs are purchased and sold, and so ministers. India is nothing but.A SHITTY FAILED DEMOCRACY. I am no less Indian than you, but I believe in calling a spade, a F$$$$$$ SPADE.

    LOL, when I read news that Pakistan wants to learn from India about Democracey. I said to all around ” WHAT A JOKE, A FAILED STATE WANTS TO LEARN ABOUT DEMOCRACY FROM A FAILED DEMOCRACY”. We had a good laugh.

    Lesson: Do not talk about democracy, when we all are WHORES?

  34. Arvind
    July 28, 2012 at 12:26 AM

    @Menka: “no one in this world has ever said ZERO hindus were killed. ”

    Yes, you did. That is how you have been claiming it is a genocide. You along with other p-secs and your Whiteskinned masters have suppressed the reports of Hindus being killed and inflated the number of Muslims killed to 3000.

    BTW, I went through one of Amnesty International’s reports and there is not one mention of a Hindu being killed.

  35. Arvind
    July 28, 2012 at 12:20 AM

    @Menka: Dilip D’Souza’s father was an extremely corrupt IAS officer who later took care of a housing society run by crooked politicians. He also headed Jaslok hospital in the days when doctors were known for blackmailing patients on the eve of surgeries. Desperate patients had to conjure up huge amounts of money in order for the surgery to take place. (e.g.: A doctor would ask for Rs. 50,000 at the last moment and 50,000 in those days was really huge).

    Dilip D’Souza himself is a Communist supporter who wrote a propaganda piece supporting the racist Che Guevara (the White guy who went to Africa and killed black people).

    To understand how people like him write what they write for money, you just need to note that they chase prizes and awards. Also read Yoginder Sikand’s piece confessing that they are all compromised and write what they do in exchange for money.

    This is why Dilip D’Souza is one of those who suppresses the deaths of Hindus in Gujarat.

  36. Menka
    July 27, 2012 at 11:32 PM

    @Anand

    The people of India laughed at you in 2004 and 2009. It will happen again in 2014 and before that in 2012 at Gujarat. Bigotry has no place and thankfully the nation has realised the dirty tricks of Modi. As I mentioned earlier, the good part about the 500 people like you is you can sit and type on laptop. Thats it. When it comes to action, you are a big dud.

    As far as Dilip goes, your allegation is hollow and totally false.

  37. Anand
    July 27, 2012 at 11:18 PM

    Arvind,

    >>What happened in 1984 was a genocide led by Christians like PC Alexander, Rajiv Gandhi and Jagdish Tytler.

    There is a chilling similarity between Assam and Delhi 84. Army was not out in Delhi for THREE days. In Assam, it took FIVE days. Gogoi and rape-case Raul are passing the buck to each other. Gogoi says he asked for army but center did not send. See the game? It is deliberate. Initially they purposefully looked the other way while Bodos were being killed by illegal immigrants, and only after native HIndus were taught a lesson, there was a semblance of police presence.

  38. Anand
    July 27, 2012 at 11:02 PM

    Comrade Menko Park, I see only one guy advancing the same logic as you (ie, no genocide in Assam, no killing of Hindus by illegal Islamist migrants, no need to hold Raul & Gogoi responsible, no govt complicity, Gujarat is bad not Assam, … etc etc) . It is this guy:

    twitter.com/DeathEndsFun/status/228692058704056320

    And what is the track record of that guy? He fudged Bombay riot chronology to construct the thesis Islamists are “victims” and Hindus are aggressors. And you are amplifying this pro-Islamist commie chap like a megaphone. What next? You want to quote Beasta Setalvad as proof of your claims? The laughing people are laughing at *you* :)

  39. Sughosh
    July 27, 2012 at 10:59 PM

    Just finished watching. One thing stands out – the amount of vitriol that Teesta managed to generate on that programme by strength of simply being. Unbelievable. I never thought I would heard anyone calling anyone a “self-serving prevaricator” on live television except in a hotly contested election.

  40. Sughosh
    July 27, 2012 at 10:40 PM

    Swapan Dasgupta, on Live TV: “Because you’ll be out of a JOB, Teesta!”

    Muahahahahaah. I love this man. The constant sulk on Teesta’s face was unmissable.

    As a debate, I must admit it was a complete washout. As such, I think the media is making way more out of this interview than is required. “Oh, he spoke to a MUSLIM journalist, for an URDU paper. He’s trying to prove he’s SECULAR”. Sheesh. One-track minds.

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