Date: 09/01/2014

Corrupt congress has found another way to deceive people
of India, through, (P) AAP party now.

We will see in future, how PAAP exposes the chori, of congress, in Delhi, now, and passes REAL lok pal bill, which was amended by corrupt leaders of congress. !!


On Thursday, January 9, 2014 11:21 AM, xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

Sent: Thursday, January 09, 2014 3:36 AM

Subject: Truth about Mr. Arvind Kejriwal Gandhi

Conman Kejriwal sits on Peacock Throne

The naked ambition of AAP supremo, incorruptible Mr Clean Kejriwal could not be clearer than his willingness to sit on Delhi’s “Peacock Throne” with support from tainted, corrupt to the core Congress who would demand pound of flesh sooner rather than later. It is akin to asking Satan for directions to pearly gates? This Hobbesian show is for public consumption.

Setting up anti-corruption bureau manned by corrupt officials is another ploy to fill pockets of officials, just like CBI that was created with good intentions but is now a weapon in Congress hands to subjugate its opponents. Could tiger ever turn vegetarian?

Indian Mafia has finger in every pie and anyone who may try to subdue them is signing his own death warrant, even with 24 hour police protection, as is the case with Modi. So how Kejriwal could survive even a month in office without police protection? Could corruptions be controlled by antics?
No prominent members, not Anna Hazare or Sheila Dixshit attended his swearing in ceremony.

Whatever promises, sacrifices he has projected are superficial, headline grabbing stunts, bluster and propaganda, copied from BJP Chief Ministers, like Modi and Raman Singh of Chhattisgarh who is not using Red Beacons for last five years. Modi is lowest paid but most hard working CM and Vasundhara Raja lives in her own modest home, although she is member of Rajasthan Royal Family. Congress controlled press would never highlight these facts. Cunning Congress would use gullible Kejriwal to derail BJP/Modi to retain power through back-door.

Myth 1: He’s a middle class phenomenon
The 2011 August Kranti agitation led by Anna Hazare was a middle class phenomenon. In 2012, when Kejriwal took on the likes of Robert Vadra and Suresh Kalmadi, then the middle class was cheering him on.
Even when the Aam Aadmi Party was launched, it seemed like a party of, for and by the middle class. However all Kejriwal’s association with the middle class ended there. AAP campaigned in the jhuggi jhopdis, among autowallahs and the like.
Their major promises of free water, electricity bill cuts and 500 schools have absolutely no bearing on the middle class but the lower classes. Most of the middle class stayed with the BJP and that’s why they are the biggest party in the Delhi Assembly.

Myth 2: He represents a new kind of politics
Go through the AAP manifesto and you will find that it has more ideological similarities with the Communist Manifesto released in 1848 rather than the post-1991 liberalized India of today.
Most of the voters do not bother to go through manifestoes and check with ideologies and that’s why the AAP has got away on this count. You may as well call him Arvind Karl Marx.

Myth 3: He has great ideas for the country
Freebies and subsidies are destroying the country and we are facing a financial collapse. So how will increasing freebies and subsidies make things better? Even something like 500 new schools is impractical in Delhi where land is at a premium. How about beefing up the water and electricity supplies, modernizing them and cutting down on wastage and theft? Even if they want to do that they will not be able to do that thanks to this dole system. And how about improving the standards of the government schools in operation rather than building new ones?
They oppose nuclear power without giving any clarity on how we are going to meet our power shortfall. Prashant Bhushan also talked of giving Kashmir away which would be a highly disastrous move.

Myth 4: He’s an alternative to the BJP
When we got Independence, we were a firmly Left-leaning nation with all political parties, intellectuals, editors, historians, NGOs and civil society activists occupying that space. The only alternative to that is the BJP which leans to the Right. Kejriwal and AAP also lean to the Left, so how are they an alternative to the BJP? AAP is an alternative to the Congress, CPM, SP, BSP, Trinamool…

Myth 5: He’s a PM candidate for 2014

When Goa got its first Chief Minister, the Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party stormed to power and not the Congress. The Asom Gana Parishad came to power in 1985 in the very year it was formed. Chief Minister Prafulla Kumar Mahanta was in his early thirties then. The most sensational debut in an Assembly was NT Rama Rao and the Telugu Desam Party. Within a year of formation, it won a whopping 201/290 seats in Andhra Pradesh. The truth is that AAP is not the greatest debut as it is being made out to be.
But the national scene is a different thing all together. C Rajagopalachari was our first Indian Governor General after Independence. But his Swatantra Party became the chief Opposition only in 1967.
The Congress was formed in 1885 and the RSS in 1925. Even the Left parties, around since before Independence, got their best electoral show in 2004. If you said that AAP could be the third largest party in the Lok Sabha after Congress and BJP in 2019, then it’s slightly possible.
Plus how is AAP going to rule if it keeps swearing at all parties and says it will have absolutely nothing to do with them?

Myth 6: He’s the outsider
Kejriwal was a bureaucrat and it is the bureaucracy which is running the country. Then he was part of civil society which is also close to the establishment. In that manner people are trying to compare him to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi calling them both outsiders, but that is totally wrong. AAP is the darling of the ruling establishment in India and if you notice then he has the mainstream media eating out of his hands.

Myth 7: His is a party with a difference
If you combine the above factors then you’ll realize that there’s not much to differentiate between the AAP and other parties. They all try to woo the voters with freebies and take the secular path even if that brings them in close proximity fundamental hardliners. The AAP has taken outside support from the Congress, something they said they would never do. They have been high on name calling too.
Post script…The entire anti-Modi industry first leaned on Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi as the great new hope and then even someone like BJP patriarch LK Advani briefly and their latest darling is Kejriwal.

and ofcourse the latest on this reality tv style of politics via the media and sms.. he decides to 'say no' to his 10 bedroom 'aam' house..as his well wished phoned him and said no to him... ( ofcourse most aam aadmi's around the globe have 10 bedroom houses erm..)
Now i understand why India loves Nach Baliye, Big Boss and other interactive 'shows' on tv where the audience is made to feel part of the decision making process...but is the aam aadmi really making the decisions in choosing the ultimate winners... ?