Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Who is afraid of Fascism?Skeletons tumble down from every RSS cupboard! Palash Biswas

Who is afraid of Fascism?Skeletons tumble down from every RSS cupboard!

Palash Biswas

Who is afraid of Fascism?

We,the Indian people are not the flocks of lambs!As the Ultimate Genie treats us.

Let us stand united and overthrow this RSS Governance of fascism as soon as possible!

The darkest Phase of History,the sustained holocaust,the live stream of man made calamities making in,the Serial Genocide Nothing stopped!

No,Emergency is not over as yet.

JAL JANGAL JAMEEN JOB Livelihood citizenship Man and Nature endangered as the legislation for ethnic cleansing continues.

Land Bill to be passed in joint Parliament session,FM Arun Jaitle convinced  foreign invetors and foreign interests while maggie Massla diplomacy of hindutva reduced to Adani Ambani affairs thanks to SHALABHASAN!

No Political equation needed!Just raise your voice!

It is enough! Enough for more!

This bull shit religious communal polarization to sustain Manusmriti Raj for class caste racial rule in the best interest of the Desh Becho Brigade has nothing to do with either hindutva or religion.

NAKH se SHIKH TAK Sukhilala is all set to destroy Agrarian India with its natural resources and all the Kaarinde known as BAJRANGI High Profile have been dancing on the tune of the Casino which is known as Indian Economy of the emerging market means hell losing,means ethning cleansing means racial apartheid!

RSS is known as institutional.All fascist inhuman organisations are more institutional which deny the democracy within and out.

RSS  has no control over its men and women who have been engaged to accomplish the task of the AKHAND Hindu Rashtra.The BHagwakaran is in itself BHRASHTACHAR unbound!

Never Mind,the wonder world of Purity Hegemony of Hindu Imperialism exposed as Skeletons tumble down from every RSS cupboard!

The claims of corruption free governance have been blasted by LaMo sensuous sexy nonsense and the reality show continues. 

Humpty Dumpty gets a great fall!

All the Genies Men and Women seem to be melting!

For Example!

Cong makes public Raje's signed document backing Lalit Modi, asks govt to sack her

Cong makes public Raje's signed document backing Lalit Modi, asks govt to sack her

In the document, Raje says "I make this statement in support of any immigration application that Lalit Modi makes, but do so on the strict condition that my assistance will not become known to the Indian authorities."

Not enough!

I wrote to defend the beautiful lady,Sushama 

Swaraj,Just because all RSS Icons involved!

Here you are!

Lalit Modi's posts mention Narendra Modi, call to Amit Shah; takes swipe at President Secretary

Documents include Lalit Modi's phone bill with a list of calls made in February-March 2010. Scribbled against a three-minute call made at 10.55 am on March 7 is the name, Amit Shah

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For Example!


As the Media reports the updates of RSS Reality show!

Yet another Union Minister---this time Smriti Irani---is back in the dock on the false degree issue with a Delhi court taking cognizance of the complaint filed against her for giving 'false information' to the Election Commission about her educational qualifications. 

This controversy regarding the Human Resource Development Minister's claim to being a graduate had just about subsided but has been resurrected with the complaint and the court's decision. 

This comes on the heels of a fresh attack on the BJP government by its Maharashtra ally, the Shiv Sena, that has come out in strong support of the Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria for his connection with the former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi."Any aspersions cast on Mr. Maria's integrity will be like a storm in a teacup. When the BJP can loudly back Swaraj and Raje in the face of the opposition's clamour for their resignations, why can't it support a brave officer like Mr. Maria." the Shiv Sena mouthpiece said. 

The Saamna editorial, clearly designed to embarrass the BJP, feeds into the volley of criticism that the BJP has been facing for ten days now because of the connections between Union Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje with Lalit Modi. The BJP, left with the possibility of a split and increasing dissent, decided to back the two leaders despite the flak from both within and outside the party. 

Metropolitan Magistrate Akash Jain has fixed August 28 for pre-summoning evidence in the case where a prima facie offence under 125 A of Representation of People Act, 1951 is made out against Irani. 

The complainant, a freelance writer Ahmer Khan, has reiterated that in three affidavits filed before the Election Commission for both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha elections, Irani had submitted differing details about her educational qualifications. 

Senior advocate K K Manan had stated in the court that Irani in her affidavit for April 2004 Lok Sabha polls said that she completed her BA in 1996 from Delhi University (school of correspondence). In another affidavit for contesting the Rajya Sabha election from Gujarat, she stated that her highest educational qualification was B.Com part I from the School of Correspondence, DU. 

The complaint also alleges that in the affidavit filed for nomination of April 16, 2014 Lok Sabha elections from Amethi constituency in Uttar Pradesh, Irani said she had completed Bachelor of Commerce Part-I from School of Open Learning, DU. 

"It is evident from the contents of the affidavits filed by Irani that at best only one of the depositions by her on oath in respect of her educational qualifications is correct," the complaint alleged. 

The complainant also said that apart from this, the affidavits also "appear to contain false/discrepant statements in respect of immovable properties owned by her and other details set out by her." 

"The aforesaid facts and circumstances reveal commission of offences by accused under section 125A of Representation of People Act, 1951, besides any other offences that may attract other penal provisions as an outcome of an additional investigation," the petition stated. 

"Yes, the court has found plea maintainable, but only to the extent that complainant must show proof on the day of hearing," Irani's counsel said. 

Irani had earlier broken her silence on the issue by claiming she had a degree from Yale University. This later turned out to be a certificate received by a delegation attending a six day course at this University. 

Meanwhile, the BJP has held on to its 'no action' policy for Swaraj and Raje. Minister Swaraj intervened with the British authorities to help Lalit Modi get his travel documents. Raje submitted a statement in support for the same, while maintaining that this should not find its way to the Indian authorities, the then UPA government. The BJP after a slight delay insofar as the Rajasthan chief minister was concerned decided to support her, more so after it became clear that any move to remove her at this stage could trigger dissent in the party. 

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley who is currently in the US told PTI that the government will go strictly by the rule book,whatever that means. He indicated, however, that there would be no change in the decision with, "The government has done no wrong, there is no question of going on the backfoot." 

Lalit Modi is using his Page on the Internet and Tweets to defend himself and attack all those questioning him. His targets lie in both the BJP and the Congress, the former feeling the heat most. 

The Opposition is meanwhile preparing to take on the government on this issue during the monsoon session of Parliament in late July. This session will lead into the crucial elections for the Bihar Assembly.

Advani Emergency explosion not yet controlled and yet another explosion!

Here you are!

"All those who are above the age of 75 were declared brain dead on May 26, 2014," senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha has said, taking a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for setting the cut off age of 75 years for induction of ministers.

The caustic take from Sinha, who held finance and external affairs portfolios in the Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Chandra Shekhar governments, on the neglect of BJP veterans came at an industry event yeterday where he was asked about the difference between the Narendra Modi and Manmohan Singh dispensations.

Sinha also targeted Modi over his pet 'Make in India' initiative, saying "make India first" and the rest will follow.

"I am among those brain dead," Sinha, whose son Jayant is Union Minister of State for Finance, said.

The octogenarian leader from Jharkhand is among top BJP leaders like L K Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi, who have been sulking after not been inducted into the Modi government. Advani and Joshi have been made members of BJP's 'Margdarshak Mandal" to mentor the party. Joshi had recently targeted Modi's 'Namami Gange' project for cleaning the Ganga, claiming it will never be successful.

Recalling his days as Finance Minister to take a swipe at the 'Make in India' initiative, Sinha said he had lowered duty on heavy equipment used for building roads. That, he said, accelerated construction of highways and helped the economy. "'Make India' and 'Make in India' will follow," he said.

Before Yashwant Sinha, Modi had come in for criticism for fixing the cut off age for ministers from another party senior– actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha.

Shatrughan Sinha, who had also served as Union minister under Vajpayee, insisted on "merit and mental alertness" being the criteria for choosing ministers.

"Instead of age, the criteria shall be mental alertness and health. Even at an age of 87 L K Advani has a sharp memory and energy like a 40-year-old man. Who can question the mental alertness and physical activities of Advani or Murli Manohar Joshi?" Shatrughan, who calls Advani his "guru", had said some time back.

While in AN FRANCISCO Advani got the reply: It is not possible for anybody to convert a democratic India into a "dictatorship" today, according to finance minister Arun Jaitley who spent 19 months in prison during the 1975 Emergency imposed by the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. 

Looking back at the dark days of Emergency, the senior BJP leader said that 40 years back the media was vulnerable, police and bureaucracy were compliant, and for the Supreme Court also the Emergency was its "darkest hour". 

"Is it possible to replicate such a situation now? I have my doubts," he said. 

"Today, the media and the polity are strong and so are the global institutions. The world would not accept the world's largest democracy becoming dictatorial today," Jaitley said in an interview. 

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