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arth, kaam, dharm and moksh is everybody's business! |  1971 cartoon by Walt Kelly, featuring Pogo and Porkypine; source & courtesy - voxpax.org  |  Click for image.

arth, kaam, dharm and moksh is everybody’s business! | 1971 cartoon by Walt Kelly, featuring Pogo and Porkypine; source & courtesy – voxpax.org | Click for image.

Official versions of events, history, current affairs are just that. To suit those who are in ‘office’ and its only a version.

Whether it is a expansive 2ndlook at events and history or a quicktake on what the most overcommunicated phase in mankind’s evolution throws at us. Or an occasional attempts at humour, with the aid of St.PT Barnum – the patron saint of propaganda.

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  1. June 4, 2010 at 10:57 pm

    You have a fantastic blog and interesting posts. But there is nothing written here about you ? any ways, I am subscribing your feeds, love to read regularly

  2. Jindal
    September 4, 2010 at 2:45 am

    Sadanand, You need to focus more on China instead of Pakistan which will drown itself in own misdeeds and sins anyway. No one can see China for what it has been doing – “expansionism”. First, Tibet, Xinjiang, Hong Kong, Macau, then comes the Taiwan dispute, Aksai Chin & Arunchal Pradesh (disputed with India) and here comes the South China Sea haggle. The sad fact is global strategists still can’t see things for what they are! If one can’t decipher the pacific problem, all strategies will be pacific (pun intended). China has brilliantly managed their “peaceful rise” diplomacy and made a big fool off of global strategists all over. There is no such thing. China will continue to shamelessly proliferate and do as it pleases, and even more so with its newfound financial clout. The rest of us can thumb our noses and keep deliberating on yet another pacific strategy with a looming checkmate. Given the history of superbly clever cloaking of China’s policies, my personal prediction is that China will not stop at becoming an Asian hegemon or a world hegemon, which it is destined to become anyway. The US maybe a hegemon today but it is not a true superpower, but China will become both in a real sense. Given all projections, not a single regional or world power or even an alliance of world powers will be able to contain China in the future. Once China gets there which it will eventually, one can expect China to play smart games and take over regions in the Asia-Pacific, and further expand its powers so dramatically that none would be able to challenge it in a thousand years. Now that’s what I call a strategy! I’ve already marked everything from Japan to Australia as China in my futuristic looking world map. Fareed Zakaria has feared that “No one wants to live in a Chinese world order”, and hence a multi-polar world order would be a better proposition. Perhaps that’s his Kissinger pipe dream and these folks should be prepared for rude shocks from China sooner or later and there’s nothing anyone can or would be able to do about it. Given the continued impotence of global think-tanks and ground realities, my forecasts have a high probability of coming true. All those greedy Chinese communists should be congratulated for what they have accomplished so far and what they will in the coming decades. Let’s get ready for the Chinese new world order that is to come in the 21st century.

  3. Nayamaharaja
    May 10, 2012 at 2:15 pm

    I thought an another crap of British Raj, and glorification of Raj. After first paragraph I thought and felt some Real understanding of HINDU, some person with Deep wisdom of Vedas. What I did just Respected your wisdom and kep it to read and re-read it to now going to link at my web site. Thanks for great work.

  4. November 20, 2012 at 2:17 pm

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