Tuesday, March 22, 2011

WikiLeaks and the Mad House of Indian Politics

India must be grateful to Julian Assange and his WikiLeaks. But for the expose published in the Hindu, few of us would have realised the depths to which Indian politics has descended. Many of us knew that the corrupt, criminal dynsatic fascist Party, the Congress will try to buy the votes in order to survive the political crisis caused by the withdrawal of support by the Left. Afterall did not Narasimha Rao, in whose Cabinet Dr ManMohan Singh was the finance minister not survive the full 5 years by bribing the MPs. Only the JMM group in Parliament was procecuted for the crime and even that rather half heratedly.

http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/interview/article1559476.ece?homepage=true

In the interview with the Hindu whose link I have provided here, Julian Assange has answered a range of questions. It is certain that he takes the Freedom of Expression extremely seriously. After the WikiLeaks bombshell it will be impossible for any one to claim that the Great Powers are motivated by the desire to protect Human Rights and Dinity. Just see what Obama is doing in Libya.
Only one Indian politician come out squeaky clean in the WikiLeaks episode. Hon'ble Narendar Modi, the Chief MInister of Gujarat did not cringe before the US officials who raised questions about alleged human rights violations in the post Godhra days. He rightly rebuked the diplomat by saying that the US record on human rights is virtually non existent. I think, India will certainly benefit from the like of Hon'ble Narendar Modi. He is a true patriot and he deserves our respect. I wonder why the US diplomats do not ask the Congress to account for its criminality in 1984. This itself shows that US is selective in its approach to Human Rights.

Julian Assange has exposed the corruption in Indian political life and he will certainly go down as the one single individual after Gandhi who has changed the course of Indian politics.

2 comments:

Bahu Virupaksha said...

India, like the divtorship of North Korea can proudly say that dynastic fascism is not meant only for North Koreans but also India. Where else in the world do you find a half literate joker like Rahul Gandhi being trotted out as a Prime Minister. Shame on the CONGRESS.

Bahu Virupaksha said...

India, like the divtorship of North Korea can proudly say that dynastic fascism is not meant only for North Koreans but also India. Where else in the world do you find a half literate joker like Rahul Gandhi being trotted out as a Prime Minister. Shame on the CONGRESS.