Saturday, May 2, 2009

Life under Commie rule in India

There are some people in India who have a utopian dream of living under communist rule thinking that it is the answer to all social problems.

Here is a list of recent news articles which sould make these naive souls think twice.

(If some women are beaten in K'taka for illegal drinking then it is shame on the country and it is termed "Hindu terror" and Renuka Choudary gets worried about Talibanization of Mangalore but no one seems to be bothered about people being killed and raped in Commie land since there it is just another day filled with fear and violence!)

"As the Lok Sabha poll campaign gathers steam in the Left-ruled Kerala, a top Church official has described the CPI-M as a 'threat' to democracy and warned that India will suffer the same fate as China under Mao Zedong.
'The Marxist party will use all kinds of tactics to strengthen itself in places where it is in power. That they will do throughout India once they get to power at the Centre, will be no different from Mao or Stalin,' says Cardinal Mar Varkey Vithayathil in his book Straight From Heart.""

"“There is no way you can protest because the CPI(M) cadre are watching your movements all the time,” says Nirmal Mandal. He recalls how a few years ago, Thatu Mandi — a BJP worker — was pulled out of a protest rally before being flogged to death. “No one talks for fear of these people,” says son Rabi, while his helpless mother looks blankly even as she holds the bar of a ‘dying’ tubewell."

"Trouble has been brewing at the Sabarimala temple due to the serious difference of opinion between the president of the TDB C.K. Guptan and two other board members, P. Narayanan and Sumathikutty Amma.
While Guptan has been the nominee of the Communist Party of India-Marxist and is also the son-in-law of legendary Communist E.M.S. Nampoothiripad, Narayanan is a former Communist Party of India legislator and Sumathikutty is a nominee of the Revolutionary Socialist Party.
The problems began ever since the TDB took over the production of the prasadam following the failure of the contractor to meet the demand. The daily production of prasadam is around 125,000 cans and due to shortage of cans the authorities have been forced to restrict the supply."

(Imagine communists running one of India's most visited temple!! It is completely against democracy fpr commies to control a religious place. It is crazy how the Keralites allow such behaviour from the commies. Its crazy how the two states -West Bengal and kerala which had produced some of the greatest saints in India has now degenerated into commie wastelands))

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