United States – Presidential Inauguration 2017

January 20, 2017

Padmini Arhant. Author & Presenter PadminiArhant.com. Spousal Partner Divine Mission.

 

By Padmini Arhant

The ceremonial event welcoming a new representative while the forces behind the scenes remaining permanent means more of the same.

The campaign slogans are left behind on campaign trail. Upon assuming office, the transition invariably leads to pledging allegiance to power brokers goals.

Democracy is meaningful and effective upon system and members held responsible for decisions or inactions on critical issues leading to loss of lives, economic mayhem and social injustice. As long as the tradition with one rule for common citizens and another for privileged society continues granting immunity on blatant violations and misuse of power with media, press and all possible communication outlets under control, the exit and entry to oval office is nothing more than symbolic.

The rhetoric raising hopes for a positive change and abandoning course to serve self and vested interests is repeat experience regardless of political faction.

Any transformation thus far is the game played with different players deploying same strategy for usual gains. 

The dawn of democracy is made possible with actual power rested in the republic and not conglomerate reining authority over resources and life at large. The declaration of transfer of power to people is best demonstrated in delivery – yet to happen in the history of politics and economy due to dominance of selective few over vast majority.

Congratulations! To President Donald Trump and the new administration. 

Peace to all!

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant

Author & Presenter PadminiArhant.com

Spousal Partner Divine Mission

 

 

 

 

 

 

Radio Show

January 20, 2009

I will be doing a live radio show for 60 minutes from 9.00P.M to 10.00P.M. (PST) TODAY JANUARY 20, 2009

Podcast live : http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Padmini-A

Guest Call-in-number: (646) 727 -3778

Topic: Presidential Inauguration of the 44th President of the United States.

Your comments and thoughts are welcome in the political discourse.

Look forward to the session.

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant

P.S. A convenient time will be scheduled to accommodate listeners from the other time zones particularly EST starting tomorrow January 21, 2009.

Presidential Inaugural Invitation

January 20, 2009

To: President-elect Barack Obama

Vice President-elect Joe Biden

With great humility and honor, I accept and acknowledge your personal invitation as well as the formal invitation from the Presidential Inaugural Committee to attend the historic 56th Presidential Inauguration currently held in the nation’s capitol, Washington D.C.

I apologize for not being able to participate in the historic event even though I had every desire to be present with millions of citizens excited to share their overwhelming joy and happiness on this important day.

Please trust me; I am with you right from the moment of swearing in to the last event of the day.

I take this opportunity and convey my heartfelt congratulations on your extraordinary feat as the 44th President of the United States on this day January 20, 2009.

Wishing you phenomenal success in all your endeavors.

Best Wishes

Padmini Arhant

Renew America Together

January 19, 2009

Today is an important day as we commemorate the outstanding contribution of the civil rights leader and icon of peace DR. Martin Luther King Jr.

Dr. King remembered as a trailblazer with his dream to transcend race that has long been an impediment for social, economic and political progress. This year is particularly significant, due to the long awaited promise of America scheduled for delivery upon swearing in of the 44th President of the United States, Barack Obama to the office of Presidency on January 20, 2009.

Dr. King’s legacy span across the spectrum and focused on unity, equal rights and opportunities for all. Seldom, nations have sons like Dr. King to lay their life in pledge of support for humanity. It is truly an honor to be part of the nation with a hero like Dr. King paving the path for those human beings deprived of civil liberties and daring them to rise to the occasion.

If Dr. King were to be present today though he lives among us in spirit, the remarkable speech about his dream for a United America turning into reality with a bright and promising new President Barack Obama will serve as living testimony that change does not occur unless brought upon collectively.

As a nation, we ought to be proud of the great achievement with the election of the new President Barack Obama. Although, a milestone reached after several decades, there are still enormous tasks ahead in resolving racial prejudice, economic prosperity and social justice for those struggling at the bottom of the demographic data.

Dr. King is the beacon of light to courageously expel darkness in human minds that segregated one another, polarized the society and marginalized selective members of the human race. It is evident from history that freedom and equality for all comes with sacrifices by few and serve as the cornerstone for further developments in the future.

It is imperative now to get involved in activities for the common goal granting identical rights and privileges for all. We all have certain responsibilities as citizens and acknowledging them as the primary objective guaranteed to bear fruits for a better future.

Dr. King eloquently stated,

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.”

As much as there are unprecedented challenges and crisis ahead, we have brilliant prospects with the new Presidency of Barack Obama and Vice President Jo e Biden.

Deep in our heart, we believe that we shall overcome the trials and tribulations as a unified force of the human race representing the great United States.

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant