If corruption is eradicated, many of our national problems can be solved. Don't you think people have ignored this menace or accepted it as a necessary evil? June 13, 2009
—Asked by Vijay
I think people have accepted it as a reality as they have lost hope in the political leadership.
You are probably an honourable man Shri Chavla, but if you come to me with that attitude, you should not blame me if I conclude that you and your esteemed publication stink.
Because you are a powerful man and yet you pass the buck on to the usual suspects - "the people" and "the political leadership"
You have not even applied your mind, just tossing of a pernicious prejudice, which the rest of us have to suffer.
Your apathy is rotten and destructive and you force your dementia down the rest of struggling India!
You and your esteemed visitors are cordially invited to Divakar S Natarajan and Varun Gandhi Cannot Both Be Wrong !http://sathyagraha.blogspot.com/2009/01/excellence-versus-perversity.html
News and views from Divakar S Natarajan's, "no excuses", ultra peaceful, non partisan, individual sathyagraha against corruption and for the idea of the rule of law in India. Now in its 18th year.
Read also about how the CIC has colluded with the PMO to frustrate my Right To Information
Prejudiced CIC Laps Up PMO Lies http://sathyagraha.blogspot.com/ and other posts.
The fact that you may be unconscious about your pathological conformism and servility, is exactly that which makes you , your esteemed publication and India's media in general such a toxic burden for the rest of us.