Tuesday, August 03, 2010

In the heart of India, the 18th century

and of course, how could you keep Arundhati Roy away? Nevertheless, it shouldn't detract from the fact that this is a disgrace. How is it possible that the state can't address the concerns of these citizens? Or track down and eliminate a renegade outfit that's not savvy enough to qualify as a rebellion? Plus where are these clueless agitators getting funding / equipment from? It's not like the poor they claim to represent will be able to pitch in with funds.

The Berlin Wall was brought down over 20 years ago, Russia and China have embraced and developed their own brand of capitalism. Yet our JNU educated commies still call themselves Leninists, Marxists and Maoists. Even the original reds would be laughing at this. These situations are gravy and fodder for these believers in a dead ideology. At least denying them an opportunity to pontificate should be a good enough reason to deliver some development. Also, how long before our friendly neighbours start funding / training the disgruntled forest folk.

We need to make sure we stop running people of their lands, rather get them electricity, roads, railways, schools, medical clinics. Recruit, train, equip and pay the local police well. Then we'll see how many vote commie or pick up a gun with the aim to cause disintegrate the Indian state.

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