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Tuesday, April 1, 2014
The Fight - 2014 Elections
Part 1: The Prize - That is India
At the core of this elections is the fight between the forces that lionize and facilitate Western Universalism (a.k.a Abrahamism) take over of India’s future and those forces that want to define Indian identity, ethos and economy firmly based on its native civilizational foundations.
Both sides of this battle have their own strengths & weaknesses. Neither of them can win this clash of ideas conclusively without absolute support of Indian nation and its human and natural resources as the scales are finally tipping in favor of India; hence this no holds barred fight for 2014 elections.
A very interesting point is that even though these elections are fought in a multiparty democratic setup, one cannot guarantee that this elections will ensure the survival of that very democracy in its classical sense. Based on who wins this election and what kind of mandate they get from Indian citizenry, the winners may be tempted to permanently alter this equation in their favor. One must thank the illiterate and poor Indians to keep the playing field open & fair for these opposing world-views thus far, giving the nationalists a fighting chance.
It is these underlying long-term civilizational currents that are manifesting into various key issues raised in this election.
For the first 45 years since its transfer of power from colonial powers, India treaded a Socialistic economic path. Then in 1990s it changed its economic direction to Market economy. While the first model ensured that India remained poor, the second model made its rich get richer. The proof of this reality lies in UPA governments’ near back-breaking economic-security packages doled out to the disadvantaged sections in order to ensure the social pressure wouldn't blow the lid.
Given the fact that the winning political dispensation will determine how to channel more than $1T tax revenues directly and over >$4T national savings indirectly (thru economic policy) in next five years, it will determine who the real beneficiaries are and to what civilizational ends.
The incumbent Congress party is hell bent on continuing on its current path for it will give the selected elite the freedom to exploit the national wealth while ensuring the majority is securely under its (kleptocratic) control thru various family-named dole programs. This alliance, if comes to power, will make India's economic environment as an (controlled) extension of western economic system so its political network can benefit disproportionately and make sure that the hold over Indian resource flow by international business networks remains unchallenged.
The main opposition party, BJP, wants to change this model to a more inclusive economic model. If its promises are fulfilled, it will transform the national resources into an economic infrastructure that can be tapped by all Indians alike. This is meant to give Indians the much needed incentive to innovate and enterprise; a paradigm that this civilization set aside as part of its war-constitution it put in place almost 1400 years ago to fight multiple waves of Abrahamic invasions. If this alliance comes to power, we can expect establishment of & state-support for native business networks that not only ensure a secured access of resources to Indians but also bring them into India’s national power spectrum.
Then there is the manufactured Anarchic Agents Party in the guise of Aam Admi Party. Based on available reports, this party is led by NGO owners who are propped, promoted (using various awards) & funded by various western organizations and intelligence agencies. There is no defined economic policy or vision for this party for now, except disturbing any and every idea that is not in western interests (hence Anarchic Agents) by manufacturing public dissidence as its member NGOs have done in Kudankulam, Narmada River Project etc.,
This became the second most important issue in this elections primarily for two reasons.
First is the blatant and universal nature of corruption & mis-governance demonstrated by two successive UPA administrations leading to absolute disillusionment & electoral anger in Indian public.
Second is availability & demonstration of corruption free & efficient governance offered by Modi administration in the state of Gujarat during the same period.
These two visibly opposing reasons gave the Indian citizens of other states a clear picture of not only what they have been missing all these years but also a readily available and proven solution for them to get a corruption free good governance.
The emergence of AAP party must be seen in this background. This party is nothing but a manufactured mask of an alliance of internal & external powers that want to stop/deny Indian majority from directly electing Modi's BJP against the corrupt Congress-system. This is because a Modi victory is not just a political defeat for Congress but loss of hold on larger civilizational resources for these international trade networks.
AAP’s charade against corruption and its proposed solution of anarchy falls flat upon close analysis because the Modi government has already proven that good governance is a leadership issue and not a structural issue as AAP. You don't have to bulldoze your entire house to vacate a bully tenant.
Secularism is yet another experiment of Indian society that failed to prove any tangible value so far. The cruel joke it played on India is that even after 40 years of its inclusion in constitution of India by an emergency government without any due process, no one in India knows for sure what it means and what value it meant to provide to its stakeholders.
There are three angles to this Secularism question in the context of this election.
The first dimension of Secularism is religious dimension and it influence on definition and vision of India’s identity. Secularism gives equal say to all three major systems Hinduism, Christianity and Islam in defining and pursuing Indian Interests. This means Indian Christians with their minuscule 3% population and Indian Muslims with their 15% population will get equal vote in defining Indian Interests same as the Hindus that make 80% of the nation. Another aspect of this equation is the disproportional international power links Christianity and Islam bring in to bear upon India. This is where definition of Indian Interests gets hijacked by Christian and Islamic interests leaving 80% of Indians high and dry in protecting their native civilization.
The second dimension is economic & civic infrastructure. Secularism, by definition, gives into the sway of more organized and disruptive faith systems. One type of these forces is what we have seen in Kudankulam protests. This anti-nuclear agitation was aimed at partnerships with Russia (alone), were majorly funded by Western Christian organizations and were conducted by internal Evangelical organizations. Another type of these forces is what India has seen in JK terror attacks and 11/26 Mumbai attacks. In both cases the national economic and civic infrastructure was held hostage by religiously motivated group while secularism failed to resolve these challenges in the national interests.
The third aspect of secular debate is Law and Order. Secularism does not have any well-defined role and mandate when it comes to law and order issues involving religiously motivated groups. This causes a paradox for Indian minorities as their religious demands and social vision often contradict with that of Hindu majority leading to distortions in national posture and power projection. Recent episode of an Indian diplomat getting arrested on false charges and cavity searched in the United States is an example how the internal secular dynamics can be exploited by external powers. The witch hunt for Saffron terror and meddling of NIA investigations into terror attacks by Indian Mujaheddin amply demonstrated how the state Law & Order machinery is intentionally subverted to keep the facade of secularism by various political parties and governments. The proposed Communal Violence Bill takes this aberration to the extreme by protecting the minorities irrespective of cause and perpetrator of the crime, thus making the Law and Order apparatus subservient to religious identity of the people involved in the issue.
On one side of this debate stands BJP. This party recognizes the incorrect application of Abrahamic social issues on Indian society and wants to remove this aberration. This party promises to provide equal socio-economic opportunities to all Indians with its ‘equal opportunities for all, appeasement to none’ position. This political stand automatically removes the external handles (and their influence) on India’s internal social, economic and religious debates.
Congress & its allies on the other hand demand that the nation must give special treatment to followers of Abrahamic faith even at the cost of social, economic, national security and in some cases even democratic implications to the entire nation. This means Indian interests will be permanently mortgaged to Abrahamic faith systems whose core power system is outside Indian control/influence. This effectively means indirect colonization of India using Secularism for/by Abrahamic faiths.
Thus the battle lines are drawn. On one side stands the nationalist forces led by BJP’s Narendra Modi that want to complete India’s struggle for Independence from double-colonization in social, economic and intellectual spheres and propel it to its natural leadership position on world stage. On the other side stands the multitude of political parties that unite in their opposition to BJP and their tacit support for next round of colonization by Abrahamic forces.
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