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India! I dare you to be rich

(Old) IAC shows its true colours – RED. This is getting really unfortunate for India.

It is a sad situation in which Arvind Kejriwal has allowed his political party to be hijacked by Prashant Bhushan.

If Arvind doesn't ask Bhushan to shut up and leave immediately, I'll presume this is EXACTLY what Arvind himself stands for.

In that case I condemn this whole political effort being started in the name of "good men" but who are doing EXACTLY what has destroyed India.

Their "goodness" is only going to destroy India.

I will fight these socialists with all my might. They may be honest today, but there is NO WAY any socialist party will remain honest.

There are LAWS of economics that can't be violated.

There is now nothing to distinguish BJP/Congress from IAC.


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4 thoughts on “(Old) IAC shows its true colours – RED. This is getting really unfortunate for India.
  1. Sumit

    This is extremely sad! I wouldn’t vote for IAC. As long as a corrupt socialist party stays in power, there is at least a hope of overthrowing them under the guise of corruption.

    But, once IAC seizes power, then they might be impossible to counter. They’d have the same votebank politics that their predecessors had, only this time the majority of our population would have no reason to vote against them. We’d be going back to the Nehru era and it’d take another 60-70 years to realize that this form of government does not work.

    Why do none of our politicians have any understanding of economics? They should start teaching (macro-)economics in schools.

     
  2. Prakash

    This point should be raised.

    Arvind’s swaraj book says that the gram sabha decides the laws.

    What if the sabha of tatanagar decided that the steel plant remains with the tatas? will the central government override that?

     

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