:spit:Bhārata Satvan;22067833 said:Surprised there was no thread. America is closely following this election in hope that Narendra Modi does not become PM.
Hindu chauvinism? How can we be chauvinists in our own country? Obama is cold inside. America is afraid. Indo-Russian ties are going to strengthen way more than ever before. Modi's views are 100% nationalistic like Putin's with high intolerance towards anti Hindu elements.:spit:
The Economist certainly doesn't seem to like the Modi fella though. I'm not really familiar with Indian politics but his Hindu chauvinism must be pretty extreme for them to run a cover story hit piece on an economic liberalizer.
The Economist is a British publication. What does it's view of Modi have to do with Obama or America?Bhārata Satvan;22070769 said:Hindu chauvinism? How can we be chauvinists in our own country? Obama is cold inside. America is afraid. Indo-Russian ties are going to strengthen way more than ever before. Modi's views are 100% nationalistic like Putin's with high intolerance towards anti Hindu elements.
Muslims and christians are the effective majority in India today, thanks to hindu divisive politics of disgraceful congress party of India. Hinduism is currently under seize in India with pseudo secularism and Congress's evil ways of weakening Hinduism.The Economist is a British publication. What does it's view of Modi have to do with Obama or America?
And India has a significant Muslim minority; the Hindus having a majority doesn't excuse chauvinism. Your response makes me suspect that The Economist wasn't just scaremongering with their article.
You are asking sources of pseudo genuine western media for approval of pseudo secularism in India. :lol:^ I've already acknowledged that I don't know too much about Indian politics (nor do I care too much really), but I'm not gonna waste my time reading a random blog with its only pedigree being that I know it was approved by a crude Putin lover. Link something with a solid reputation (NY Times, WSJ, Economist, London Times, Guardian, etc) if you want to educate outsiders about India supposedly being under attack by Muslims and 'pseudo secularism'.
Development includes strengthening of cultural identity too. Development does not mean just dollars. But with no shortage of hindus like you in India, India would do very well to continue posing damage to her own roots even during BJP tenure. All hopes are on BJP and Sangh to set our nation on its original path which is Dharma. Their pre election campaigning is one thing, just a safe strategy. But I am sure they are determined to give Dharma the topmost priority and eliminate all the anti dharmic scum from the country.Don't agree with OP's far right Hindutva sentiments. Definitely do agree that Modi is the best way forward for us, but mainly for economic reasons.
There is nothing to be pressed about US, a country whose economy is all set to run into abyss. With Modi ascending the throne many of their dreams will be shattered. Like the TAPI pipeline on which US has already spent billions of dollars. :lol: Modi would show cold shoulder to USA's proposal and would rather prefer diplomatic ties with Russia. You will see the strength of NaMo after the elections.OP is so obsessed with the US :haha:
What does that even mean?Bhārata Satvan;22081089 said:You are asking sources of pseudo genuine western media for approval of pseudo secularism in India. :lol:
You can post the numbers you like, walking the walk may not be the same. UK is a country full of whitecollar-jobless men and women. The outlook of Russian economy may not appear to be rosy to outside world but they are definitely working on their strengths. Measuring eastern situations on western parameters is also not a great idea.well UKs GDP growth is forecast for over 2% this year and Russias is now 0.2% :wavey:
It only means that Western media just pretend to be genuine and are actually unreliable like congress party of India.What does that even mean?
And you have serious credibility issues if you can't find any reporting from any of the media outlets I listed to back your assertions up.