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BJP Future - 6
<!--emo&:clapping--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/clap.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='clap.gif' /><!--endemo--> For one, BJD’s calculation that BJP may not be able to survive the split and that it may break into two, with a section gravitating towards the regional outfit, has clearly gone off the mark. While four saffron MLAs switched their allegiance towards BJD on the eve of the trust-vote moved by the chief minister in the Orissa assembly, there has been a reverse flow since then.

On Saturday, BJD MP Archana Nayak embraced the saffron camp. A fiery NSUI leader during her student days, she had joined BJD on the eve of the 2004 general election
. She took political observers by surprise by dumping Mr Patnaik over the weekend, blaming `Pyaribabu,’ as Mr Mohapatra is called by the party rank-and-file, for ‘misleading’ the Orissa chief minister.

Capt Sahib,

In the present political scene on the eve of the general election, the line up of the political forces and ideological differences are of no special significance, Given the fact that today huge amount of money needs to be pumped in for fighting the election the real line up of the political forces and individuals will come up only after the elections are over. All politicians who get elected would try to be on the Government side of the final political line up. It is here that one can earn sufficient money as a return to the financial investment that is done for getting elected. To avoid another election no politician, in his right mind, save a few communists will stick to the party ideology or policy.

According to latest media reports some 13 helicopters and some 10 executive aircrafts have been hired by the nets to fight the election. The only aspect to be watched is whether the proactive stance by a section of the Civil Society and by a small section of the Youths would really make an impact on the final outcome of the polls. We have just to wait and watch the finals.

<!--emo&:ind--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/india.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='india.gif' /><!--endemo--> "The two campaigns are different. One is regarding Congress misrule and the second one is about a better tomorrow. The ads will be on air on all the major national network channels from tomorrow," party spokesperson Sidharth Nath Singh said.

Both the songs are sung by famous playback singer Shaan and the music composed by Bollywood Music Director Aadesh Srivastav.

"The song of one of the advertisement depicts the urge for a better tomorrow and a promise by BJP to provide a determined government led by Lal Krishna Advani," he said.

Excerpt of
<b>BJP: missing the wood for the trees – II</b>
Radha Rajan
01 Apr 2009
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->The BJP’s commitment to reclaim Kashi, Mathura and Ayodhya was reflected in its White paper on Ayodhya which mentions that the BJP was prepared to surrender claims to Kashi and Mathura if the Muslims backed-off from Ayodhya. The BJP had no moral authority to barter away Kashi and Mathura; Muslims learn politics from the day they learn the Koran and the Muslims of the country who understood clearly how Hindu political leadership crumbles in the face of violence, read in between the lines of the White paper, and hardened their stand. Not only were they not prepared to back off from Ayodhya, they demanded the re-building of the Babri mosque. Kashi and Mathura were successfully erased from the collective consciousness.

From then on, the BJP allowed the vaishya to surface to the top; good governance became the mantra and every issue which set the BJP apart, fell by the wayside. From standing majestically alone, the BJP diminished itself, looking for regional allies who fattened themselves at the BJP expense. The BJP is falling and the fall is best understood by its upstart spokesperson who brushed aside the question on Ram Janmabhumi by declaring the BJP is not a construction company.

The BJP leadership is so caught up in the spirit of the vaishya that the brahmin wisdom is under a total eclipse. The leadership fails to see that its allies chipped away at its self-identity for as long as they lived in its body as parasites pretending at a symbiotic relationship. The BJP’s distinct self-identity - as a Hindu party which emerged from a large Hindu movement, was its strength. Once the BJP’s political allies had destroyed its identity, the BJP lost its strength to stand alone. The BJP was feared when it was strong; it is despised today for its weakness – despised alike by its once former allies and by its committed followers in Hindu society.

<b>Politics is the business of the kshatriya. The BJP leadership must sit in meditation for an hour every morning and repeat Aurobindo like a mantra. The kshatriya is not afraid of violence unleashed by the enemies of dharma; the kshatriya is not afraid to use just force to destroy the enemies of dharma; the kshatriya is not afraid of unjust calumny, vilification campaigns and attempts to disarm him by instigating mass hysteria; the kshatriya must know no fear; the kshatriya fails in his varna dharma when he abdicates his responsibility in fear. The BJP should have read the Kautiliya Arthasastra on how to choose one’s allies and the place of allies in the polity. The true kshatriya is not afraid to stand alone.</b>

The BJP is trapped in the good governance argument; good governance is the very minimum that the people have the right to expect from any government. Hindus need more than just good governance; they need a government which will strive to keep this ancient civilization alive as Hindu bhumi. This means Hindus need a government which will enable them to live like Hindus, without any threat from any force which seeks to destroy the dharma, the dharmi and their ethos.

The threat to the Hindu bhumi and her people are enormous and manifold. The threats are different in different parts of this nation. Hindu dharma and the dharmi are confronting religious demographic aggression, religious conversion, the take-over of their bhumi by Islam in J&K and by the Church in the North-East. The astronomical amounts of money which are coming into this country coincide with the rise of Sonia Gandhi in the Indian polity and the corresponding decline of the BJP. The BJP must see the correlation if it wants to survive.

This money is coming to the two aggressive and well-organized so-called minority religions both legally and through illegal means. This money is being used to build more and more churches, mosques and madarasas. This money is going into the hands of Christians and Muslims who are investing in large tracts of real estate and other territories – agricultural land and industrial land. There is a corresponding increase in the raising of monstrous symbols of their respective religions in public spaces. Both religions have their own armies – direct and indirect, overt and covert. In Tamil Nadu for instance and in Sri Lanka the Church’s army is mercenary, while Islam’s army has always been the pan-national and international jihadis whose war is facilitated by the domestic warriors of Islam.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->
And final para:
<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Some things can be achieved only by the state and by state power. Some tasks can be undertaken only by the kshatriya. If this is understood, then the BJP will be ready to retrieve J&K and the North-East for the Hindu bhumi, it will know how to deal with Pakistan and Bangladesh, its foreign policy will define itself, it will know how to determine the place of Islam and the Church. The vision, the courage and the wisdom to stand alone are interlinked and cannot be sequenced. Therein is the wisdom.

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The best is always the enemy of the good. One should try to refine the good instead of throwing it out. Constant comparison of BJP to an illusory standard will erode its utility.
Yes, but in striving for high standards, something better than the present mediocrity may be reached. Hindus should ask for, plan for and try for exactly what they want. Then one day they will get it. It is the same with all goals in life. What seems an exceptionally high expectation is only so because we think it is too hard or impossible. No, it's not: the only time impossibility can result in such cases is from lack of trying.

A party like BJP should be pushed continually by the population considering voting for it until it finally clicks back into the Hindu place it should be occupying.

<!--QuoteBegin-->QUOTE<!--QuoteEBegin-->Constant comparison of BJP to an illusory standard will erode its utility.<!--QuoteEnd--><!--QuoteEEnd-->Hindus are only asking that they <i>try</i>. In trying, some success is sure to be had.


<!--emo&Smile--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='smile.gif' /><!--endemo--> That Modi’s approval rating is a phenomenal 80 per cent in his home state should come as no surprise, but what is truly astounding is that across several states, he has got between 20 and 25 per cent of the votes.

Nitish Kumar laid particular emphasis on the health and education sectors
Nitish Kumar laid particular emphasis on the health and education sectors
In contrast, the rating of most chief ministers outside their respective states remained in single digits. Modi scored exceptionally well in states like Karnataka, Haryana, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and even communist Kerala. Barring the first, all are non-BJP ruled states which are on high growth trajectories.

Because of his huge popularity consequent to his tireless defense of Ramasethu the BJP requested Dr.Subramanian Swamy to campaign for the party in the North Indian States and I understand he has accepted it.

May this maverick bring about the destruction of the Sonia's Congress!
<!--emo&:clapping--><img src='style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/clap.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='clap.gif' /><!--endemo--> The BJP has received support from the most unexpected quarters. People from Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) are using loudspeakers to make appeal to those living on the Indian side of the Line of Control (LoC) to vote for “former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee's party” as he helped unite separated families on both sides of Kashmir.

Separated during partition, there are many families living in villages- half on the Indian side and remaining in PoK- divide by the LoC. Vajpayee negotiated a ceasefire between Indian and Pakistani troops in November 2003 and subsequently helped unite the separated families by starting a bus service between Poonch and Rawlakote.



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