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I Oppose Aam Admi Party

Discussion in 'National Politics' started by tilopa, Nov 26, 2012.

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  1. tilopa

    tilopa Lieutenant SENIOR MEMBER

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    Dear Daddy

    Thanks for this. I'm writing to clarify.

    I was most keen for Arvind Kejriwal to join politics (and FTI) so I met him in February 2012 and advised him to do so. He was able to spare only 20 minutes of his time and promised to read my book and get back to me.

    But he did not do so. After many months and repeated emails on many topics (including reminders to read the book), he did finally respond to one email (based on my comment about his economics illiteracy published by Business Standard) but he had completely forgotten our meeting in February nor read anything, nor asked any questions. My response to his email was also not responded.

    In that way, it will be incorrect to state that "understand my son Sanjeev Sabhlok Ex I.A.S is very much in touch with I.A.C (India Against Corruption)". I may have tried to be in touch with Arvind but he never bothered to discuss.

    Mr. Asthana knows my views for a very long time. His ideas are very similar to mine so I don't know what he is doing with the socialist AAP. As far as I'm concerned, I do not associate with any socialists. And Mr Prashant Bhushan is pure red. He wants to nationalise (and bring about the same commanding heights that Nehru wanted?). And Arvind wants to fix prices (he can outsmart the laws of demand and supply).

    In my views such socialist ideas are the root cause of India's problems and for me to associate with Arvind at this stage is simply not feasible.

    On the other hand, he is a good man and all people on his group are good people, so I'm willing to discuss with them and offer to show them what will work and what won't. But there is simply no desire in Arvind's group to discuss. They say they are for "Aam Aadmi" but scrupulously avoid any discussion or debate, that's been my experience. I'm told that's exactly what they do to others don't hold their socialist beliefs.

    My last personal email conversation with Mr. Asthana went nowhere. I asked Mr Asthana a few questions and he simply said I should ask Arvind. But how can I ask Arvind when he doesn't want to discuss?

    I have offered to talk to Arvind on the phone and discuss, but that's not happening.

    I will keep trying (e.g. through this email). I treat such emails as an attempt to reach out to him and any other good people in India.

    At this stage I am NOT associated with AAP.

    I am, however, happy to work with IAC (Anna's and Kiran Bedi's group) and with Baba Ramdev to the extent I can, and with anyone else interested in working for genuine reforms in India.

    I do not recommend that anyone join AAP, which is a socialist party and will destroy India even further. I am disappointed that Mr. Asthana – with his great knowledge and wisdom, has chosen to support socialists. I hope he will take the message of liberty to Arvind and Mr. Bhushan. If anyone in AAP knows what I stand for, that is Mr. Asthana. He must not let this group impose its ideas on India. He must guide them to ensure greater liberty for all.

    I'm most pleased to continue to engage with AAP. (I will, however, oppose AAP publicly and in all forums if I find even the SLIGHTEST whiff of socialism in their ideas).

    I'm happy to be back full time in India (with appropriate arrangements) once a combined front can be formed to defeat socialism and introduce standard world-best policies of liberty.

    In sum, please do not join or support AAP, currently a 100 per cent socialist group.

    I hope that India will one day realise that good people with bad ideas do FAR MORE HARM than bad people with good ideas. The ideal, of course is good people with good ideas.

    Hitler was not corrupt. He was also very religious. But we know what happens with collectivist (socialist) ideas he promoted. Let the government be a nightwatchman and umpire. No more.

    Regards
    Sanjeev

    I OPPOSE Aam Aadmi Party so long as it doesn't abjure socialism - Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary blog
     
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  2. Devil

    Devil Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    now if he did not read a book or read a book makes hardly a difference as to reason to vote for him or not however he is nowhere trustable or god sent who will solve all of indias problem he is another douche acting smartass
     
  3. Gessler

    Gessler BANNED BANNED

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    The aam aadmi hullaballoo is ridiculous cuz there is 1) no aam-aadmi in the country, everyone is
    devious enough to accept money and vote the undeserving into power, and 2) no politician can be
    considered aam enough to run the so called aam aadmi party.

    Blast that Anna group, they're just a bunch of cutthroats.
     
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    chachachoudhary Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    I want to know Kejriwal's stand on Kashmir, Uniform civil code, reservations, Bangladeshi immigrants, etc. before I can decide to vote for his party.
     
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  5. grond

    grond Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    Yes, he is an idealist ... Even if he completely eliminates corruption... I mean total 100% .... Then he believes the economy will set itself in order and he somehow will have economists with the integrity of Gandhi... So he can fix prices ... But the only thing that is obvious is his lack of understanding of market forces....
     
  6. Trendz

    Trendz 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    where is kujliwala4PM ?
     
  7. tilopa

    tilopa Lieutenant SENIOR MEMBER

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    Mark my words.
    This aam admi party is a party of traitors who hate india.Prashant bhushan kashmir statement is a prime example of it.

    They will be like nehrus,who are anti-hindu,anti-india and will scuttle any growth
     
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  8. Firemaster

    Firemaster Captain STAR MEMBER

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    Most logical post on this thread:yes:
     
  9. vstol jockey

    vstol jockey Colonel MILITARY STRATEGIST

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    In addition I would like to know their views on foriegn Policy, Trade, defence & Security, market reforms, employment generations etc. We want to know that a party which has been formed by just pointing the short comings of others has any substance in it? let them first prove that they have some substance in them after that we will decide whether they are short of it or have abondance of it when compared to congress & BJP.
     
  10. rocky.idf

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    1.Kya aam aadmi ko koi party hota hai? Parties are for musclemen, goondas, thieves, dacoits, badmash and such elements of the society. If there was a party for establishing Fascisism under an upright man, then that would be the party of deliverance. That is what Netaji Subash and Chndrashekhar Azad, etc had wanted.

    2. Thimayya should have kicked out Nehru. VK Singh should have done the same to the present lot. We in SA would have seen peace, prosperity and progress instead of fratricide.
     
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  11. Marqueur

    Marqueur Peaceful Silence ELITE MEMBER

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    thats why im not going to vote for AAP ... i remember this ad of Tata tea ... but i dont think Mr.K is that bad .. just lacks experience

     
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  12. WMD

    WMD Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    for some reasons i feel same as before every morning even after drinking tata tea.:mrgreen:
     
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  13. vstol jockey

    vstol jockey Colonel MILITARY STRATEGIST

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    I request all members to please recall any constructive suggestion put up by Khujliwala till now. His master piece Jokpal of Uttarakhand is the worst Lokpal bill of all. after that what has he contributed and in what manner? he hogged limelight by throwing muck at others that too by playing pawn in the hands of political parties. he says he will bring Swaraj, Are we not an independent, soverighn nation already. he says he wants to bring a change by ensuring a swiss type democracy. he is talking thru his hat. he has already become like congress & BJP by promising things which can't be delivered or done.
     
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  14. Kejriwal4PM

    Kejriwal4PM 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    Lets see.

    Government increases fuel prices, and BJP calls for a bandh along with communists party
    Government caps LPG cylinder subsidy at a nominal number, and BJP takes to the street together with communist party
    Government announces FDI in retail (which even farmers welcome), and BJP stalls (even today) parliament and organizes protests together with communist party

    In comparison,
    Kejriwal/IAC issued a just one small press release on fuel price hike, LPG cap and doesnt even bring in FDI issue.

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    As Prashant and Arvind said in a recent TV discussion, they are against privatization in public utility market that is a monopoly (or supports just one other player). Here, the whole principle of free-market assumption of checks and balances is lost. Without free market, collusion will be rampant and cant be discovered (at least govt companies come under RTI and Lokpal)

    Also, consider this: Just last year alone, government gave 6 lakh crore subsidies to corporates as tax breaks. It was 13 lakh crores total in past three years. In comparison to this, I think we are having a welfare state but for the corporates.
     
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  15. Marqueur

    Marqueur Peaceful Silence ELITE MEMBER

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    Yawn ... Yawn ... :suicide:
     
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