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Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Naxals

Naxalites are the most loathsome creatures. These extreme left-wingers don't care anything about law and are proud gun-owners whose only mission in life is to kill people in the name of redistributing wealth ad helping the poor. Chenthil is right in this post when he asks why the blogworld is quiet on the atrocities perpetrated by this group. When Nepal burned, I realized these Maoists are not the ones to be taken lightly. With Andhra having a submissive and spineless Government that refuses to check the activities of these naxalites, its getting easier by the day for them to wreck people's lives. Andhra-Orissa-Bihar is their hub now. As if the naxalite menace is not enough, we have another group, Ranvir Sena in Bihar, which thinks by opposing the naxalites and killing its supporters, it might increase its popularity ratings. Read this here. And we know what this Sena is all about. They gouge little kids' eyes, parade women naked, kill men and do such things because they don't belong to the upper-caste. Sick!

9 Comments:

Blogger Nilu said...

The reason we ignore it, is quite simple.

It so freaking obvious that the intellectual debate has long been won. If idiots on ground still swear by Marx, it is just stupid - no longer interesting.

Bloggers are people who write what on appeals to them. This simply does not. By this yardstick, you can also call on bloggers to write how the transistor works or how great the laws of Newton are.We don't do that for a reason - they are settled and obvious.

2:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sometimes nilu, even you make sense.

:))

4:43 PM  
Blogger NaiKutti said...

quite agree with nilu but creating awareness about these is as important as protesting...

10:14 PM  
Blogger Deepa said...

but the movement is catching on suddenly. In a way you are right Nilu. Bloggers & blog-readers dont side with the naxals. So they find no reason to blog about these scumbags. But one hopes the MSM picks up stuff from the blogs and do something +ve by spreading the news about the real nature of this evil movement.

8:53 AM  
Blogger Chenthil said...

Deepa, it is the otherway round. MSM actually covers this better than the blogs. Check out this blog naxalwatch.blogspot.com

11:00 AM  
Blogger Deepa said...

Thanks for that link Chenthil.

1:53 PM  
Anonymous ramki said...

All of you will actually be surprised, but I recently heard a professional, well-respected CEO of an Indian company mention the naxal problem during the course of his talk to a small group. His take was that naxals cannot be looked at in isolation and they become a problem only when there is no socio-economic development in a particular area. More, if they perceive the government or the private sector exploiting the poor for their benefit. His company has not faced a single naxal problem in all its years of existence. And the company is in the heart of naxal land.

12:47 PM  
Blogger Deepa said...

Ramki, its hard for me to believe Naxals have socio-economic development in mind given their actions. At least its good that the CEO's company is not affected.

8:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

best regards, nice info »

10:23 PM  

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