India – Political Parties Dissolution

November 19, 2018

India – Political Parties Dissolution

Padmini Arhant

India is at the cusp of political dissolution with major national parties and regional politics having exhausted means of survival considering their fair share of corruption scandals, criminal records though none are held accountable, ethnic violence and abuse of power during each political party term in office.

The political parties’ submission to global syndicate and subservience to colonial dictate reflected in status quo.

Indian political parties without exception have long been undermining sovereignty and republic rights evident in dynasty and communal politics exclusively for individual ambitions and personal interests using political platform.

Congress party founded in the Colonial era by colonizers continued beyond so-called independence of India with political dynasty adapting monarchy rule demonstrated in inheritance of power within one family viz. Nehru, Indira, Rajeev, Sonia, Priyanka Vadra, Rahul in that party. The trend soon became the norm among other political factions in the supposedly world’s largest democracy.

On the other hand, colonizers fostered RSS alongside Muslim League pre-independence to polarize society in the divide and conquer strategy engender divisive tactics to maintain power witnessed in RSS guided BJP and specifically Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sarkar or government.

The political parties’ pseudo position in declaring them secular is fallacious and nothing more than an election gimmick. Casteism is deeply rooted in politics besides targeting religion for political mileage in the otherwise seriously defunct governance by UPA earlier and NDA, BJP at present.

The political class diligently following their global masters’ playbook use proxies and false depictions to deceive population and score fictitious credits to boost image.

In the absence of necessary development among overwhelming majority remaining in abject poverty and significant percentage struggling to make ends meet, the political establishment confidence to regain and/or retain power explains political reality predominantly premised on continuing business as usual with institutionalized corruption eroding structure.

The rich, famous and powerful represented as industrialists, celebrities and political heir basically run the government on global syndicate shadow. These members enter politics to entirely benefit them amassing wealth lasting generations with the concept of contentment ominously missing from their ethos much to self-detriment and national travesty.

Political campaigns are funded from various sources given the free flowing and open investment of black money not barring counterfeit currency and incentives to poor voters buying votes for cash and kind, the tradition hardly deemed a crime.

Notwithstanding political threats, violence and authorized killings are casually carried out against viable independent candidates in the election. The overall political apparatus function and subscribe to mob rule and goon politics in quelling dissent on state of affairs.

The societal hierarchy with discrimination and deviation highlighting social economic disparity is fundamental in suppressing pervasive development. The poor becoming poorest and lower income as well as underprivileged, marginalized and social outcasts disenfranchised enormously favor upper echelons to exploit conditions under the pretext of empathy during elections that vanish soon after the polls resetting to political default.

Neither political parties have accepted responsibility to explosive scandals squandering Indian tax payers’ money with little or no concern for widespread impact on the middle class onwards to the rock bottom in the economic strata. Again, this pattern is symmetrical to global syndicate policy.

These traits are classic in the global clique approved form of governments not only in India but world over.

Indian political establishment leading candidates in the national election i.e. Rahul Gandhi from Congress and incumbent Prime Minister Narendra Modi and their regional coalitions have no mass appeal despite superficial projections to convince electorate ignoring public awareness on general experience and precipitous decline in government performance during UPA then and BJP alliance with NDA up until now.

The situation prompts citizens – those suffering en masse across the spectrum to come forward bidding farewell to irreversibly damaged Indian politics creating opportunity for effective, responsible, strong and able leaderships to lead and govern the complex nation with diverse aspirations amid chronic deficiency in checks and balances posing hindrance to overdue collective peace, progress and prosperity.

Indian voters must rise to the occasion and decisively express now on the preparedness in transforming India from decadent rule to efficient, ethical and transparent democratic system.

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant

Author & Presenter PadminiArhant.com

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Fake Identity and Crony Politics

November 15, 2018

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Fake Identity and Crony Politics

Padmini Arhant

The trend glorifying corrupt criminal and unscrupulous entities by falsely attributing others’ credits to them underestimate human intelligence much to self-destruction and deprecation. Submitting to global syndicate’s nefarious policy, servile Indian politics and Tamilnadu in particular survive on idolizing murderous political regimes having wreaked havoc during their term in office. They continue to deceive population by presenting their unpopular ex- leaders as noblest of the noble. These actions are condemnable and downright fraudulent in the so-called democracy.

The above video further elaborates on the contemporary criminal practice.

Padmini Arhant

Author & Presenter PadminiArhant.com

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Sri Lanka Politics – Mahinda Rajapakse lost No-Confidence Motion

November 14, 2018

Sri Lanka Politics

Padmini Arhant

Sri Lanka former President Mahinda Rajapakse usurped to power as Prime Minister lost no-confidence motion in Sri Lankan Parliament.  The 225 members assembly voted in favor of no-confidence on Mahinda Rajapakse led minority government.  President Maitripala Sirisena unconstitutionally dissolved legislature with Presidential decree shutting down Parliament.  President Sirisena’s undemocratic actions prompted Supreme Court intervention to restore legislature.  The Parliament then convened no-confidence vote delivering Mahinda Rajapakse’s ouster from Prime Minister post.

President Maitripala Sirisena violated constitution amendment prohibiting President to remove incumbent Prime Minister and furthermore closing Parliament at self-discretion without prior disclosure to Parliament Speaker Karu Jayasuriya was a serious breach of Parliamentary procedure.  President Sirisena’s impulsive undemocratic decisions caused unnecessary political turmoil in Sri Lanka.  President Sirisena’s appointment of Mahinda Rajapakse and subsequent steps from the Sri Lankan President were not without external forces blessings from neighbors viz. China and India as well as global syndicate offshore. 

President Maitripala Sirisena’s abuse of power since onset until now creates the requirement for the President to step down from office enabling the island nation much anticipated peace and stability.

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant

Author & Presenter PadminiArhant.com

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