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About me? I belong from a rich background, too rich to give a fuck about the political status of our India.
But still, I’m not in Switzerland where a gate security guard has mathematically more deposit than any of the software engineers in Bangalore (no offence). Here I see people living on a bowl of puffed rice the whole month. I have had a good childhood, thanks to Papa and Mummy, to an extent that all those, so called issues of price rise, inflation and corruption that are evergreen things (to discuss, to protest, to earn and of course to blame) would vanish before reaching me.
Now, what I am writing would be stupid and senseless to the man spending the cold night under a flyover at Sarai kale khan or an old stinky man who still thinks Mera Bharat Mahan, but still according to me is the only explanation of this state.
Every time a beggar knocks the window of your air conditioned car, you gasp in exasperation, an expression of sympathy, and what else can you do? I bet no one’s going to step outside the car and say “Here you go, this car is yours” and I hope none would do such a stupid thing.
Let’s look at the current objects of debate in India in the order of their use by the opposition parties and amount of anger they create in a common man enough to rip apart every single politician known to him/her.
There are others but not hot enough to fast on!
Here is how I define our country – A place where around 100 people live per metre square, and each earns 30000 Rupees per month. Now imagine yourself as the member of a family where luckily your father is the one getting that lucky figure of 30000. How would you feel when one of your friends drives a Mercedes, gifted to him by his dad on his birthday, and your father denies you of a single bicycle, giving you all that common man crap? Imagine yourself as that father who can’t even fulfil his son’s most basic need of a bicycle because it’s out of the tight month budget. Only thing that is eating through the head of such a man is money. Or else why wouldn’t he throw away that stupid job? Maybe because in the country where having a job, especially of 30000 is not less than gold (which by the way is very fucking expensive). Maybe, he knows that if he were leave this one, there would be lakhs of candidates wanting that job and lakhs in queue with him in the other one. And, the number is adding up day by day with many more competitors ready to crush you, some would be from IIT, some would be from IIM. For such a person to whom money is no better than god, selling his soul to the devil would be such a cheap price, and why shouldn’t one grab the fudge from this black chocolate of corruption?
When I heard about those famous scams of fodder, CWG, telecom I felt nothing but envy towards Lalu Prasad Yadav, Suresh Kalmadi and Raja, that how can they be rich and I can’t, and deep down that’s how exactly everyone feels, no one gives a fuck about corruption and all that crap.
About India being a democracy, are you kidding me? After king, prince takes the crown in the Indian politics, and our stupid Indians vote them too, just because he is the son of the person who managed to stay in the house for quite a long time, putting this in manifesto is enough! Janata samajhdar hai - I think the one who said this probably forgot that 64 per cent of Indians are illiterates (knowing only one language is literacy here) and I can play 1000 bucks on the fact that half the billion is not even on the voter’s list.
T V ads show us how our vote can make a difference. How can any vote make a difference when the options on the voting machines are:
PRESS THE BUTTON TO TELL US THE STYLE YOU PREFER TO GET F*****!
India is dead guys; leave it, as soon as you can!