News Media: The Global Mafia of Gangsters playing politics.

Politics over deaths:

Last year in April 2020 it was New York, overwhelmed with the deaths, it had the city’s permanent morgues and filled storage spaces in many hospitals to capacity. The Federal Emergency Management Agency deployed 85 refrigerated trucks to serve as temporary morgues. Since it happened in USA it was a matter of compassion and concern. There is a saying in India that a witch (dayan) too spares 7 houses in neighborhood. The media gang followed the rule. However the tempo of mismanagement continued till the elections in USA and suddenly after election there was nothing to report as head line in newspapers of USA.

India on the other hand is the new punching bag of the Global mafia of newspapers well supported by their henchmen in India, especially in Delhi. While these henchmen miss the States like Maharashtra, Kerala, Chhatisgarh due to their obvious leftist bias, they also always fail to mention that Maharashtra is still dealing with first wave which started last year and which never abated at all.

There is also no question asked as to how this Chinese virus from Wuhan is mutating so fast. Every few months it has a new mutation. It has never happened in history. How it is possible now? What is the role of China in this?

Here is a possible headline of a news about gross corruption which had never happened in India or elsewhere. It is the most glaring example of corruption:

” High Court orders Central Bureau of Investigation to investigate allegations of EXTORTION and ABUSE OF POWER against the Home Minister of Maharashtra, Anil Deshmukh”

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West Bengal elections: Is Empress Mamata losing it?

Doesn’t she walk like empress? See the picture above.

For writing a sentence like one above, she has sent people of her state to prison and repeatedly summoned people from other states to police station in Bengal, even during Corona pandemic. Few in India’s history have been intoxicated by power the way Mamata has.

The elections in West Bengal have started and only four rounds have been sealed in ballot boxes rather EVM. four more rounds have yet to be voted but some things are too obvious. One is lack of any narrative by the Mamata Bandhopadhyay (anglicized Banerjee) who is ranting routinely as if she is in opposition. Her only strategy is to show off her so called broken leg and move around in a wheel chair like a mini car. Frankly, from here it looks ridiculous. Generally with injury in one foot, one does not jump on to wheel chair. But every one is not in politics as well.

Mamata Banerjee feels no obligation to explain her ten years in government by charting out the steps taken by her. Instead she is disclosing her GOTRA in public meeting which is anything but an election strategy and it is not unique as well. Rahul Gandhi has tried it in 2019 and it did not work or perhaps it did and nobody could notice it.

The body language of Mamata is not self assuring. She it too tense in the public meetings. She is also not arranging the mega rallies instead she is addressing small gatherings. This displays of lack of confidence that perhaps crowd will not gather. Actually the number of crowd even in small gathering is far from satisfactory. TV media is manipulating it but Youtubers show the reality.

Audio Leaks

This had been the fortnight of audio leaks. First her Election strategist Prashant Kishore, speaking to the ‘dedicated’ journalist group spill the beans on an Iphone-Clubhouse chat that Mamta is losing. He counted every group who was not voting for her. When chat leaked out, he went into fir fighting mode and shot out two interview to India-Today TV channels. It is the same group which was founded when others were closing newspapers during emergency in 1974-77. Another interview was repeated on Ajtak, the Hindi TV channel of same group.

In the interview, the best explanation he could come up was that BJP with 40% vote share, can not win more than 100 seats in State Legislature. The requirement is of about 147. But he forgot to tell that anti-incumbency means that the party in power is unpopular and therefore it is likely to lose votes. The Central forces are here to ensure that her goons do not threaten people, as they always manage.

Senility, Ambition Madness or what?

In the election campaign, Mamata has been behaving as if she is empress of Bengal and people from outside have come to displace her by force in which voters should come to her rescue. She again has no explanation as to what she did for people so that they may vote for her.

It however appears that Mamata will go down in the history of India as the most cunning, dubious, violent and corrupt dictatorial politician in India who hid her motives behind a cheap attire and footwear while her cronies unleashed a reign of terror on the people in general while plundering every resource meant for the people. In India where a lady is respected as motherly personality, she has poisoned that image for all times to come.

She gave call to Muslim votes/goons to attack the central police force. In the result her cronies could not capture booth but four persons were killed in police firing. In the phone conversation released today, Mamata wanted the bodies of those killed be carried and taken to village to village asking people to vote for her otherwise no Muslim will survive NRC and kept in Concentration camp.

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Why Government is not crushing the so called farmer agitation?

An interesting fact it when these farm laws were being debated in Parliament, none of those supporting it’s repeal raised a voice in Parliament. None. But agitation is never about reason or logic. It is a show of strength of numbers.

Experience from history:

A similar rather much more powerful agitation took place in 1998 with a crowd of hundred thousand farmers from West Uttar Pradesh and it was ended on 12 January after a shoot out killing 27 people. The political parties supporting today’s agitation were in power back than. Similarly an anti corruption agitation was ended by rounding up people in the middle of night in 2013.

The point is that if the Government want’s it can end this facade in the name of democracy any time. We also know that this agitation is heavily funded by abroad details of which are given here.

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Abhimanyu had to die!!

Republic day:

Yesterday was 71st Republic Day of India. On 26th January 1950, India adopted a constitution which converted entire (almost) civilization of Indian continent into one country. It was the first civilizational nation with multiple cultures and languages.

Developments from last two months, had made it clear that yesterday was destined for anarchy. And it happened. One person (protester) died due to freak accident involving rash driving of tractor. The intention to provoke the police to open fire so that vast number of deaths may be shown as proof of fascist Government of India.

At the cost of injury to 300 police personnel, the situation was diffused. Today is the day of reckoning. Two protester groups have already disassociated with the protests and dissipation of protesters has started. Question is could it be avoided? After all if I knew it and was waiting with baited breath to write about it, everyone knew about it. Could anything be done about it?

Where is rule of law?

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Supreme Panchayat stays the amendments in Farm Law.

The Supreme Court, today, suspended the implementation of the three controversial farm laws until further orders and formed a four-member committee to hold talks and resolve the issue of agitators and the Government. Following are the members of the committee formed by the Court:

  • BS Mann, Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU)
  • Ashok Gulati, Agricultural Scientist
  • Pramod K Jishi, International Food Policy Research Institute
  • Anil Ghanwant, Shetkari Sangathan

When I joined the bar, somebody told me that the District Court is the court of law as it has very discretion except to implement the law. High Court are Courts of Justice as in India the courts have the jurisdiction of Chancery Courts (of England) as well. On this when I asked about Supreme Court the reply was epic and proves from time to time. He said Supreme Court was Panchayat. The traditional court which used to exist in every village and used to decide on the basis of common sense. Today’s order proves that preposition once again and I would say no more. Though the situation can be summed up in another way as well.

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