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1/D-122
Jun 24, 2011
10:32 PM

Calling those who mulishly insist on having a huge extra-constitutional parallel power structure without visible accountability "un-elected mini-dictators" is not uncivil. Those who refuse to see the other side's point of view and maintain that their way is the only way do not deserve any civility. Those who use fasts for legislative coercion must be put in their place.

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
2/D-8
Jun 25, 2011
02:23 AM

And those who whine on like stuck pigs because their masters in Congress party, including Ahmed Patel, have now told them to start the bad-mouthing campaign because all the dirty-tricks against the Bhushans and Anna have failed of course deserve no sympathy. They should just be called Congress lackeys and stooges. But that is only out of civility. The bloody corrupt and communal Congressis!

Ajit Tendulkar
Seattle, United States
3/D-9
Jun 25, 2011
02:34 AM

Ajit,

>> their masters in Congress party, including Ahmed Patel...

Seems you bring up Ahmed Patel every time you come out of your rat hole! I don't know  anything about him and he is hardly ever in the news. How did he become a bee in your bonnet? Try to answer calmly because it is not seemly to see a grown man having conniptions.

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
4/D-10
Jun 25, 2011
02:38 AM

I did not realise that the one who whines on like a stuck pig is so low rung a lackey that he does not even know who in his party is responsible for paying petty propagandists? Or is that just an attempt at feigning ignorance? Never mind.

Ajit Tendulkar
Seattle, United States
5/D-11
Jun 25, 2011
02:39 AM

And as for rat holes, tell your masters that despite all their dirty tricks, lots many more people that they don't give a rats arse about will come out and boot your pathetic party out of power.

Ajit Tendulkar
Seattle, United States
6/D-12
Jun 25, 2011
02:45 AM

Poor Ajit! He thinks I am a party worker so I must know Ahmed Patel! I wonder what other delusions he has!

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
7/D-14
Jun 25, 2011
03:38 AM

Nice try, lackey. Nobody buys your pathetic lies anymore.

Ajit Tendulkar
Seattle, United States
8/D-32
Jun 25, 2011
08:18 AM

When Elected tyrants starts telling people unelected tyrnats india seems to be in autocracy.WE are the voters of country who voted these elected tyrnats to power where they are standing and enjoying our votes fro selfish interests and corruption but they should know that in India thei arrogance and highhandedness wud cost them dearly.They wud be thrown to dungeons once election declared in india or wny where in the states.Their arrogance highhandedness,corruption price rise would boot out them.now voters are highly angry and whenever any election wud be held in states or nation they would lick the dust.They tend to believe that they had won three states but that is their folly.In kerala thei win by 2 seats agaisnt leftists is narrow.In WB it is not their win byt of Mamta.In assam they had won by polarisation of hindus votes whch wenbt into congress pocket as there is lack of credibilty among BJP and AGP.sp they shud not think that ppl had voted them.it is an self imposed illusion.they are no where in the country and also any party which wud give or take support of congress wud face the same consequences of Congeress.

muslim bhagawat
patna, India
9/D-34
Jun 25, 2011
08:29 AM

@ Anwaar

Ahmed Patel is extremely powerful in the congress. Even your "Madam" takes his advise only.

Kiran Voleti
Chennai, India
10/D-38
Jun 25, 2011
10:13 AM

Didn't British do the same thing when Gandhi and other leaders were fighting for freedom; the un-civil campaign.
Ironically today Congress says Anna Hazare is working for Hindu fundamentalists;
back then British said the same thing about Congress.

Struggle is between power and the people. It matters less, who is on which side.

Anna tum sagharsh karo,
hum tumhare saath hain.

Santosh Gairola
Hsinchu, Taiwan
11/D-102
Jun 25, 2011
07:54 PM

"For a Sikh living anywhere in the world, India is the homeland, India is the home. Therefore whenever any Sikh from anywhere in the world returns to his home, we have a duty to welcome him to India," - P C Chidambaram

If you replace "Sikh" with "Hindu" it becomes communal!!!

Kiran Voleti
Chennai, India
12/D-36
Jun 27, 2011
10:53 AM

Yada Yadah hi Dhramsya, Glanirbhavathi Bharatha, Abhyutthanam Adharmasya,Tadatmanam srijamyah Ahama 4.7 GITA
("Whenever there is decay, of righteousness O! Bharatha,And a rise of unrighteousness, then I manifest Myself!")
Praritranaya Sadhunam, Vinashaya Cha Dushkritam,Dharamasansthapanarthaya,Sambhavami Yuge-Yuge." 4.8 (GITA)
("For the protection of the good, for the destruc¬tion of the wicked and for the establishment of righteousness, I am born in every age.")
 

muslim bhagawat
patna, India
13/D-57
Jun 27, 2011
03:02 PM

The elected politicians like Mr SIBAL claims they have the parliamentary majority support behind them while negotiating which ANNA lacks . Does the UPA who claim "popular mandate" for their actions have the majority support to increse DIESEL price as DMK, TRINAMUL CONGRESS, National Congress of PAWAR etc have openly opposed the price hike. UPA less the above parties do not have majority support in parliament and so as per Mr SIBALs own contention the DIESEL PRICE HIKE does not have popular mandate and UPA is is precisely in the position they accuse ANNA of being.  

Charan dewry
Guwahati, India
14/D-73
Jun 27, 2011
06:30 PM

Kiran Voleti@ #11

       Excellent example to explain 'communalism.'  Thank you!

agosuke
Bangalore, India
15/D-19
Jun 28, 2011
10:07 AM

If Chidambaram replaces 'Sikh' with 'Muslim',we should welcome Dawood Ibrahim with open arms.Afterall,Khalistanis killed more Hindus than Dawood.After ensuring Muslim vote bank,now Congress seems to be going allout to build a Sikh vote bank.

S.S.Nagaraj
Bangalore, India
16/D-25
Jun 28, 2011
11:22 AM

"Calling those who mulishly insist on having a huge extra-constitutional parallel power structure without visible accountability "un-elected mini-dictators" is not uncivil."

you must be talking about the NAC which has drafted the Communal Violence Bill.  

Those who refuse to see the other side's point of view and maintain that their way is the only way do not deserve any civility.

You must be talking about yourself...

Those who use fasts for legislative coercion must be put in their place.
 

You must be talking about Gandhiji...

Kiran Bagachi
mumbai, India
17/D-46
Jun 28, 2011
12:54 PM

 Calling those who mulishly insist on having a huge extra-constitutional parallel power structure without visible accountability "un-elected mini-dictators" is not uncivil. Those who refuse to see the other side's point of view and maintain that their way is the only way do not deserve any civility. Those who use fasts for legislative coercion must be put in their place.

ANWAAR
 
Who is Anwaar?
 
He uses words like "Must be put in their place."
 
AND CONSIDERING THE FACT THAT LOKPAL'S INFLUENCE AND SCOPE OF ITS POWERS ARE BEING DISCUSSED AS NAUSEUM......WHERE IS THE DISCUSSION ON THE POWERS OF THE LOKPAL?
AND THE TERMS OF PUNISHMENT FOR INFRACTIONS.
Sorry the Caps lock has got stuck on the keyboard.
 

Bindu Tandon
Mumbai, India
18/D-49
Jun 28, 2011
01:49 PM

""Those who use fasts for legislative coercion must be put in their place. ""

Godse exactly said this about Mahatma Gandhi .
At same place now Secu friends want to put Anna !

a k ghai
mumbai, India
19/D-99
Jun 28, 2011
11:23 PM

Ghai,

>>>> "Those who use fasts for legislative coercion must be put in their place. "
>> Godse exactly said this about Mahatma Gandhi .

Godse did more than just say things.

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
20/D-86
Jul 05, 2011
02:10 PM

Is it democratic when a ruling party uses political and administrative muscle to suppress a spontaneous  grassroot support for removable of corruption in the country? A simple Gandhian Anna Hazare was disturbed by the all pervasive corruption in the country and raised the issue through the only method he could employ-by fasting! The overwhelming response he got from every corner of India showed how angry people are about corruption in the Government and the effort to evade to escape accountability.Congress has been exposed as supporting corruption and not serious about bringing in any legislation to curb it! When a Government elected by the people refuses to be answerable to the people and acts in a dictatorial manner to overide any attempt to bring an end to corruption why should the civil society be criticised for taking the matter up! The Government draft of the Lokpal Bill does not provide enough teeth to punish erring politicians as even the investigative agencies would be under its control!      

dilip mahanty
sydney, Australia
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