Who IS the Goverment?

All our lives, we were thinking of ourselves, our career, our struggles, our loans, our houses, our spouse, our children, their education, our entertainment and our wellbeing. And to facilitate all this we expected the government to provide infrastructure, ensure peace and harmony, ensure supply of essential goods, protect ‘us’ from outsiders. And for all this, all we had to do was cast our vote once in 5 years and pay our taxes and obey the law and participate in corrective measures.

Whenever we face atrocious laws like 498A, DV Act etc., we dissociate from the government. We say the government is blind, the police are high-handed, the judiciary is insensitive, and all of the above are plain corrupt and absolutely rotten.

So now the question is who is the government. The government is our own creation. We ‘are’ the government. We the people, who pay taxes, cast our votes…. As soon as we hit a hurdle, ‘we’ becomes ‘them’ and ‘us’. Negativity takes over. We see everything in a colour of anger and hurt and cynicism. Who is the enemy? The enemy is within. ‘We’ made the government, we feed the government, it is our servant, it is ‘we’.

The system of correction involves the loop of analysis and also the corrective action. To ‘ensure’ both, real work is needed and it is only to be done by ‘us’.
The government is like a pet animal. It will obey only when commanded and that too only after it is trained. This takes effort from the master, the people and that is us. If the animal bites the master, it is not only the fault of the animal, it is also the fault of the master who has failed to control the animal, who has failed to train the animal properly.

We the people, have been bitten again and again, because we have failed to take proper corrective action. Instead of simply blaming the monster that ‘we’ have created, ‘we’ have to take corrective action. The emphasis is on the word ‘ACTION’.

So the question is plainly put. Will you ACT or will you just complain to the winds?

Job Application to the Home Minister


The Minister of Home Affairs

Republic of India

Dear Sir,

It has come to my notice through a news report that there is a vacancy for the position of Chairman for the National Human Rights Commission. I wish to submit my candidature for the post. The following are my qualifications. I am a natural born citizen of India. I am a qualified mechanical engineer. I had been falsely implicated in a dowry harassment case in 2004. I have defended myself honourably and was acquitted in 2009. In the course of the trial, I have faced the following.

Judicial Remand for two days in Central Prison, Hyderabad.

This shows that I have experienced how easy it is for a common man to be incarcerated in prison without any prima facie evidence. Also, I have a reasonably good experience and awareness of the conditions of our prisons and prison systems. Thereafter, I have seen and experienced the agony of a prolonged trial and I am well aware of the deficiencies in our legal systems. Also, after attending many courts concerned with family issues, I have come across many families suffering similar woes and I can empathize with the common man. I have also interacted with many judges, lawyers & police personnel and have understood that power, prejudice and badly designed systems can affect the judgement of anyone in the system. I understand that there is a need to constantly revise the laws to ensure that they are judicious and effective. This has given me the understanding of the complex power equations that come in play within the system. I believe that every person has the right to live in dignity. I believe that even the biggest of governments may be wrong in making policies from time to time. I believe that if the time comes, we must re-evaluate and re-vamp the system dispassionately. I am neither intimidated by power, nor believe that it is absolute. These form the cornerstone of my being.

With this I support my candidature for the position in question. Please feel free to contact me for any additional clarifications.



Break your conditioned chains


You are carrying too much of emotional baggage. Men have been brainwashed into carrying guilt for everything since centuries. These chains of Family, religion, responsibilities, patriotism, chivalry, financial burden(burden all your life and also after death thru life insurance :)), sexual taboo(talk about it, dont talk about it).
Remove all this load from your head, it will feel lighter. Nobody is asking you not to care for your family, only dont feel so responsible for it. Even if I die today, my family will survive, life will go on: Maybe by chance, it will be even better, nobody knows.
Remove that invisible baggage. Think for yourself for a change. There is nothing wrong in being truly selfish. If you are happy, it will affect your family also as a byproduct.
But the fact remains that our environment today is the product of our parents and ancestors, their actions and reactions. You dont have to hate them for it. Its just the facts. Civilization means that men have to get better at their thinking, by removing all the baggage, its like cleaning up the hard drive, removing the viruses and defragmenting it. It sounds hard, but its actually very practical and easy.

I reserve my right to speak out against the Women’s Reservation Bill

Crimes Against Men is on the rise again and is now draped in political correctness. The latest crime against 110 million men has been committed by the Honorable Members of Parliament of India. By introducing and passing the Women’s Reservation Bill, the Honorable MP’s of the Rajya Sabha have yet again committed a retrograde act of sheer discrimination and the gross violation of human rights for representation.

By proposing and passing the reservation of seats for women, these MP’s have not only discriminated against the men who cannot seek nomination, they have also violated the rights of the common people, the electorate, to choose the person they wish to elect.

By supporting the Women’s Reservation Bill, these MP’s are saying that till date, no woman could have made it to the Parliament without the crutches of reservation. These MP’s are trying to make us believe that till now there was 100% reservation for men in the Parliament.

It is an irony and a slap in the face of the intelligence of the Indian public that the 33% of reservation for women is being vociferously and fanatically being preached and proposed by the very same political parties which have fallen short in the number of nomination tickets to women candidates. Did they not have enough number of nominations from women then?

Women’s Empowerment does not mean we should forcibly fill up the Parliament with women. A Member of Parliament is the voice of the constituency. An MP is required to be knowledgeable about the issues faced by the constituency and have a fairly good idea of the solutions and the process of implementing it. That means an MP cannot be nominated or elected or even pre-selected by minimum criterion. Women’s Reservation Bill is a minimum criterion. At best it is a gender based platform; narrow and retrograde; undemocratic and oppressive; and has far reaching negative social implications in terms of civil disaster. Parliament is a place of addressing concerns, not create new oppressive regimes.

Furthermore any woman MP who gets elected on the basis of gender and gender reservation would feel obligated to serve only that gender of her constitution. In her opinion and mindset, men would be delegated to a second gender status with a consequent priority. This is a gross violation of the principles of fair play as attempted to be laid down in the Constitution of India.

The Women’s Reservation Bill is the acceleration of the genocide of the rights of Indian men and initially started by the gender specific laws like IPC 498A & PWDVA. History repeats itself. The day that the guilt ridden whipped stooges of RS passed the Women’s Reservation Bill will always be known as the Krystallnacht of the rights of Indian men. They should remember that what they give away to Women’s Reservation in their magnanimity is not theirs to give away. This should be a reminder to all Indian men that their representative in the Parliament and in the Government does not always have your interests or well being as their prime function or priority.

DV Act Hypocrisy

Ref: http://www.outlookindia.com/full.asp?fodname=20090511&fname=Domestic+Violence+%28F%29&sid=1

This article is based on hypocrisy. On one hand, the proponents of the DV Act, pretend to fight for equal rights for wives. However, they have forgotten that equal rights bring equal duties too. DVA assumes that wives are always victims. Nobody talks of the wife’s right to property from her own parents. This route conveniently reaches a place where it is called dowry. Indira Jaising’s comment “Being thrown out of the house is one of the commonest forms of violence against women.” is the truth, albeit being committed by the wife’s own parents against their daughter!!!! !. But nobody wants to acknowledge this fact. Society has found it convenient to blame husbands and their parents.
Indira Jaising again speaks the truth without realising it..””When you use the act to gain access to property, you are badmouthed as a gold-digger. But gaining access to economic resources, including property, is a legitimate part of the act.”.. YES.. GAINING ACCESS to economic resources… et al has become a legitimate part of the ACT of getting MARRIED by modern indian wives..AND by all means they are doing it, actively helped by disgusting laws and official machinery.