Tuesday, 28 April 2020

Funny quotes & humor, etc - 63

Fighting the Goliath of Corruption:
 77 candidates  had criminal records. new karnataka com.
criminal neta. /www.jagran.com

Do you think it is  easy to fight the Goliath of corruption and  scams in  government offices by being ordinary mortals? Nope. They will  come out of any misadventure nice and clean. We are no match for such Machiavellian politicians. We need aliens from Mars to do the job. 
Politicians' dual role: 
''Criminals and politicians are inseparable.  Our neta is a sort of political ''Arthanari'', one half of  his body is politician and the other half a crook''.
Future virtual environment:
We are in the midst of serious Covid -19 pandemic that has already taken lots of lives world over. (In India, the total number cases of coronavirus cases  is 31,332, and 1,008 people are dead so far). Air pollution  is known to   accelerate the spread of such dangerous virus. Our politicians across the globe talk a lot about global warming and rise of sea level and do not arrive at a consensus. If air pollution goes unchecked, by  2035, our posterity will see the trees only in huge cut-out posters.
Misleading political promises and false Media reports:
Reward from neta twitter com.
In Indian politics, when there is a general election to the parliament in Delhi or election to the State Assembly, every time the gullible electorates are made a sucker by the wily netas and fake media reports. With exceptions of good governance once in a while, the trend continues  as many political heavy wights control the media and filter the daily news reports.  Their gaffs and glaring mistakes go unreported.
Unstable coalition ministry:
When a new coalition government is formed either at the center or in the states by four different  pillars - political parties with no proper ideology, there will be five different trouble makers preventing stability. They are like  circus buffoons wielding slapstick and thrashing each other  over pelf and power till the coalition ministry falls apart.  
Political Yogasana: 
a gimmick to get vote  www.quora.com
When it comes to political campaign, no western politician can outdo Indian counter parts. On the  campaign trail, our  netas  know where to bend his back  and shake his body  - a sort of Asana to cajole  voters. If need be, they will prostrate right before the gullible voters as he would before a deity in a place of worship, to get his vote. Once he won the seat, there is no way you can see him back in his constituency to attend to the peoples' grievances''. 
Making a bundle: 
Commonly, a politician is returning home with his  loaded goodies  after his specified term in the political office. '' While poor people are concerned about the next meal,  our neta is busy counting the boodle  and is worried about his future generations. In the 1950s and  early 1960s, our political leaders retired from social service  penniless. Their focus was more on the  welfare of the people  than on the commission and taking cuts''.