Thursday, December 04, 2008

Aftermath of Mumbai Blast – Hatred towards Indian Politicians At its Peak – See These Photos

I got this as a email forward. These photos sum up the general feeling all around India towards the Indian politicians after Mumbai terrorist attacks. It seems like global recession has hit Indian political market also.




















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11 Comments:

Blogger scorpiogenius said...

Hilarious!!

Serves them right, the politicos..:)If ever there was a place which could have stirred up a radical change, that was Mumbai. and see how they've responded to the atrocities to their city.

btw Brijesh, you dont have the habit of replying to your blogs readers? ;)

December 04, 2008 10:36 PM  
Blogger Brijesh Nair said...

scorpiogenius,If I tell I do reply for all the comments I am lying. I like to reply for many of the comments but sometimes that gets postponed and then never gets done.

There are comments someone ask some specific things or questions (like what you did in this comment) I make it a point to answer then and there itself.

I know there are lots of comments in the previous post about Achuthanandan that I needs to reply back. I was out all day yesterday and I should be replying to them today night for sure.

December 04, 2008 11:10 PM  
Blogger keralafarmer said...

All the posters shows the mind of people. Most of them are against politicians. However this is the truth.

December 05, 2008 12:42 AM  
Anonymous Siva said...

I consider this politician bashing by media/angry Mumbaikar very dangerous trend. It's ironic that people need army rulers even after seeing what happened to Pakistan. The media is playing detrimental role to democracy instead of strengthening it right now.

These people who are attacking politician now actully praised greatness of Indian democracy to western media just before the attack.I wonder who ruled India couple of weeks ago. It makes clear that Indian elite would not care anything until it affects them. if they were to blame politician, they should blame themselves. after all who elected them? did they suddenly drop from the sky?

Does media give enough coverage to people killed in CST by the same terrorist as they have covered Taj? The answer is no because the sufferings of poor is not as important as that of Inidan elites and foriegners killed in Taj.

I am really saddened by the way the Indian media stoking the sentiment of war against pakistan. May be their business will flourish in case of war. Media should only report the news and should not make one. May mushrooming 24X7 news channels understand and act responsibily.

December 05, 2008 1:36 AM  
Blogger Karthikeyan said...

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December 05, 2008 2:01 AM  
Blogger Karthikeyan said...

Aren't the leaders we get the ones we deserve? With me, myself and my family attitude in every aspect of our lives how can we expect politicians to be any different? After a long hiatus, probably since 1947, the Indian middle class seems to have woken up to find that getting independence was only the first step. All these moral outrages and indignations aside, do we have the heart to keep this going long enough to clean up the system? If my understanding of our society is correct, this too will pass. I would be more than happy to be proved wrong, but its very unlikely.

December 05, 2008 2:02 AM  
Blogger Brijesh Nair said...

Siva

I believe media is playing with the sentiments of the people. Yes these acts by terrorists have to be stopped by going to war with Pakistan is not a solution. The damages caused by the war on India/Indians will be catastrophic.

Karthik

A very valid point. I agree with you 100%. I can tell you the most of the people who are out there protesting might not have seen a polling booth in their life. “With me, myself and my family attitude in every aspect of our lives how can we expect politicians to be any different?” well said;

December 05, 2008 8:27 AM  
Blogger nishanth nair said...

Finally we are responding..
Fed up with these politicians...

December 05, 2008 9:58 AM  
Blogger The Kid said...

We can't expect uncorrupted and chaste politicians from a corrupt and unchaste society. We as a society has become rotten to the core and so will remain our leaders. Will anyone of us, who sits in ivory towers and vents one's anger by writing blog articles come in the open and take the lead in the cleansing process? I don't think so, because we have our own business, not the society's/country's business, to take care of.
The only way out is to be more responsible to the nation, do our duty, obey the laws and question those who break laws. And that is easier said than done.

December 09, 2008 8:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

@The kid - "obey the laws and question those who break laws."

..and put our life and limbs at risk? Do you think the common man really doesn't care. He does. Its easy to write him off. But politics is not an easy arena to enter.

December 09, 2008 9:00 AM  
Blogger Raghu said...

Oh ! Horrendous :
Well, I'd like to include this forward mail that i got:

" An Olympic shooter wins Gold (Only a game) & Government gives him 3 Crores

Another Shooter dies, fighting with terrorists (Saving our country and our live) & government pays his family 5 lakhs. - and a State CM [Achudananthan, Kerala] exclaims not even a dog would visit the soldier's house!! "

December 09, 2008 6:44 PM  

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