Subhas Chandra Pattanayak
The month long drama having ended with the parliamentary board of BJP deciding to plant Modi as its prime-ministerial candidate, the ruling Congress has succeeded in its conspiracy to destroy India’s parliamentary democracy, that it had started with projecting its chairperson’s son Rahul as its choice for the post of the prime minister.
People of India are too simple-natured to understand this nasty design, the sole purpose of which is complete transformation of the country from democracy to plutocracy, which cannot be possible unless collective political wisdom is subjugated to individual overlordship.
The party of sycophants and American gizmos – Indian National Congress – in its eagerness to please the Americans, whose interests may be best served if collective wisdom of India is done away with, willfully projected Rahul Gandhi as its prime-ministerial candidate giving necessary impetuousness to the BJP to name its candidate too.
And, in the process, Narendra Modi has emerged.
From now on, for the party of the fascists, the approaching general election would be Modi-centric instead of being party-centric.
Despite the gang of four – Manmohan Singh, Pranab Mukherjee, P.Chidambaram and Sonia Gandhi – having forced India into the grip of USA trade designs including the nuke deal and FDI, there are enough reasons for the global imperialists to apprehend that their designs may fail, if party-centric Indian parliamentary democracy wakes up to defend itself.
Manmohan Singh could have done everything the Americans might have wanted; but he couldn’t, because the party he belongs to and the parties he allied with appeared not bereft entirely of collective wisdom.
So, relegation of collective wisdom of political parties to individual overlordship under their respective banners has become essential for the foreigners that want to grab Indian markets and natural resources.
To their advantage, Indian Communists and other self-proclaimed progressive parties cherishing to be named Left, but not Communists, have lost their credibility by misguided alliance with capitalists in the power game. Regional parties are sorts of private fiefdoms of particular individuals known as the “supremo” to their followers.
And, hence, to utter misfortune of India, only the two parties – the Congress and the BJP – are able to acquire national power.
Imperialism wants them both to seek mandate not in the name of the party, but each in the name of a particular individual, so that collective wisdom in their respective environment would give way to individual overlordship, which the imperialists can easily exploit to remote control India.
This is the greatest danger India is to face. Whosoever loves motherland India should think of how to extricate the country from the environment of Hobson’s choice created by the Congress and BJP nexus.
Patriots must rise up to revive the days of freedom struggle even if militancy be the means; because, to save the motherland from the present juncture is more calling than abiding to laws that fails to foil foreigners’ evil design.