August 19, 2011
If Anna wants to change laws, let him become an MP. No more of this street “democracy”, please.
A young person on FB is complaining that the "sacrifices" of the people of India are not being heard.
Comment on FB on my wall
why it is being compromised after all this hartals, and a countless support from public…?? is this a kind of joke with common peoples..the working of the parliament is get stopped to support ANNA… country has faced a huge loss… workers, employers, businessmen, have taken leave to support him… and he is saying to consider the 2 main points of JUDICIARY AND P.M. ONCE AGAIN…
WHERE IS THE RESULT OF PEOPLES SACRIFICE…??
Well, the matter is simple. Do we want a street democracy, democracy by mobs, or democracy by due process?
And why are these people who are doing "sacrifices" SO SCARED TO CONTEST ELECTIONS? Taking leave for a few days is not sacrifice. Working hard together for lifelong and long-term reform is called "sacrifice".
Once again, I repeat: If Anna wants to change laws, let him become an MP. None of this street democracy, please.
I don't care about the actual bill. That the bill is basically pointless is irrelevant to my argument. There are many pointless Bills in lndia. This is just one more pointless bill. Even if the parliament passes "Anna's bill" it will remain a pointless bill.
But please enact your pointless bill by becoming MP. I disagree with Anna's method and attitude.
I care a lot about the SERIOUS subversion of India's democracy that this method represents.
Please dissociate from this STREET NAUTANKI. Grow up. Become men. Become citizens. Contest elections.
Yes, that is hard. But that is the ONLY way to success.
So what are the steps to ACTUAL change?
Step 1. Join FTI.
Step 2: Agree the policies you want to offer India
Step 3: Raise public awareness and resources
Step 4: Contest ALL seats, and win at least 300 seats
Step 5: Change the system and ensure freedom and good governance
Sorry folks, there are no shortcuts.
It is good you are getting involved in India's policies. Now get serious about it.
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