India – Political Insurgency Threaten Democracy
India’s worst enemy is political insurgency, extremism, fundamentalism and autocracy representing kleptocracy.
There is no doubt that external threats for India across the borders are valiantly managed by Indian defense force despite political neglect and corruption depriving armed personnel fair conditions ranging from food to pension and other basic needs to servicemen and their family.
Whereas, within the country lies grave danger for population across the spectrum from political regimes determined to maintain status quo i.e. expanding rather than bridging the gap between rich and poor, contracting instead of creating employment opportunity for youth and overwhelming unemployed in rural, urban, formal and informal sector, grabbing farm land from farmers and natives to enrich domestic and foreign companies in search of minerals and other economic resources in the country, taxing citizens with money squandered without any accountability, exploiting countrymen and women in demonetization…are poignant issues confronting the nation.
In the social front, the incumbent regime is heavily invested in divisive, polarizing, hateful and prejudiced politics marred with violence, lawlessness and crony capitalism with press and media hook, line and sinker in acquiescence to political authority charting propaganda course on all matter.
National security is in dire strait more within nation than from outside again emanating from politics instigated crimes against society. The plight witnessed and experienced by citizens whether minorities like Hindu Dalits, Muslims, Christians and secular groups or women of all creed, caste and religion dealing with protecting their honor due to rape, sexual harassment and lack of respect or care for the opposite gender.
In this situation, the other segments like gay, transgender and socially ostracized groups do not even matter and are used as political pawns to advance hate campaign to jeer and mock the idea of social equality.
The capitalist socialism favoring industrialists and affluent retaining power is the core objective.
What is capitalist socialism?
Capitalist socialism is a system that provides enormous benefits and privileges in the form of tax breaks, subsidies and unfettered access to economic endowments in the country and offshore. Companies like Anil Ambani’s are bailed out using tax payers money. In the United States, the financial sector was bailed out in the wake of banking industry, big insurance companies like AIG and investment firms like Goldman Sachs drowning global economy in sub-prime mortgage hedge fund crises. Since globalists i.e. oligarchy, governments, Royalty the major liability, celebrities and other members in various organizations influence, finance and represent politics, wealth amassment and concentration of power among them is the predominant goal.
Capitalist socialism funded and backed governments are preferred with a penchant for despotic heads of the state poised as conservative or democrat as long as they pledge allegiance to globalists and suppress citizens rights, marginalize demography in secular settings like India and function as proxy essentially their fiduciary prevalent in most parts of the world and democracies like United States and India in particular.
The disdain for communism and socialism especially when they are globalists invented is nothing but farcical considering communists and socialists governments are their partners and members in their specified interests i.e. the 1% empowerment over 99% in a country and world over.
Accordingly, capitalist socialism fixing elections in India and elsewhere should be least surprising. These are the reasons none of the political parties or any candidates including those touted as liberals and progressives from JNU and fringe political factions in different states in India never came forward and submitted to transparency on finance and funding of their election campaign and regular party affairs.
Upon disclosure of fundamental data on financiers behind them, the electorate would have knowledge about candidates and political parties parent entities, affiliates and associates sourcing respective political representations primarily to promote campaign funders and lobbyists vested interests in Parliament.
The current leaderships under Narendra Modi and Amit Shah run political campaign defying norms, election rules and ethical code with serious violations of democratic principles out in the open to declare them as winners under the guise of exaggerated polls branded as EXIT POLLS is a daring defamation of democracy and constitutionally authorized electoral process.
These two BJP members – Narendra Modi and Amit Shah are veterans in subverting democracy and republic status evident throughout their political career.
The Indian stock market support and cheers to Narendra Modi headed government is an extension of capitalist socialism demand for servile crony government ever remaining to preserve corrupt corporate deals at the vast majority expense nationwide.
As a result, the economic conditions would only further deteriorate exasperating nearly 1.25 billion among 1.3 billion people in the country ultimately rejecting unsustainable political choice falsely projected in the pre-electoral outcome.
The hope of installing Narendra Modi government to suit capitalist socialism in one extreme and Hindutva ideology at the other end is dismal at best and proceeding towards fruition would be disastrous beginning for those behind devious strategy.
Indian democracy is now an established kleptocracy with free speech and individual liberty denied in the so-called world’s largest democracy epitomizing major hypocrisy.
Author & Presenter PadminiArhant.com