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Governments get into dating game

Governments across the world are actively involved in our private lives – including whether we should have any, some or many children.

If you or family are burden, pollutants, do us a favor. Go, kill yourself. Cartoon by Steve Breen  |  Click for image.

If you or family are burden, pollutants, do us a favor. Go, kill yourself. Cartoon by Steve Breen | Click for image.

Less, more and many

From Moscow to Montreal, Beijing to Berlin, America to Australia, the world is facing a serious population problem.

With the spread of Desert Bloc culture, marriages are becoming less frequent, unstable with shorter spans. Prostitution is booming.

The only people able to face this onslaught without succumbing, are the ‘uneducated’ Indians. They are the only people who rejected Western advice on family size, late marriages.

USA, parts of Europe manage by importing immi-grunts’. From India and Africa, the only regions largely unaffected by the Desert Bloc model.

Africans!! Why have children, at all? If you must, at least have Christian children! Cartoon by Danziger. Source & courtesy - liberty-news.com  |  Click for image.

Africans!! Why have children, at all? If you must, at least have Christian children! Cartoon by Danziger. Source & courtesy - liberty-news.com | Click for image.

Knife-edge

China, Japan are now paying the cost for using the Desert Bloc model on family planning.

The situation is so precarious that in Japan,

Regional governments are now offering programs for single men and women to meet, even helping them hone their relationship-development skills. To learn the nooks and crannies of these publicly sponsored mixers, The Nikkei paid a visit to the Aichi Prefecture city of Tokai, a Nagoya suburb with a population of about 100,000.

In 2010, the city officially pledged to help people find their future spouses. (via Governments get into dating game).

To overcome the inertia of the Indian Government, Western countries are pouring money into Indian NGOs – at the rate of US$2 billion each year.

This is more than the official aid that the whole of Africa gets – or what Egypt or even Pakistan gets.

If you believe in Climate Change, Population Explosion, Family Planning, Birth Control, my advice is ...

If you believe in Climate Change, Population Explosion, Family Planning, Birth Control, my advice is ...

If you are believer

A few months ago, Carnegie group a long time supporter of population control dogma, commissioned a study to find evidence of how massacres and wars helped to preserve environment and ecology balance. The heroes of this study were Genghis Khan, Atilla, etc.

To such people I have a simple message.


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Female Foeticide – State of the Debate

June 2, 2011 6 comments

The State and its minions have shifted the burden from the perpetrators (the State and its agents) to the victims.

Silly cartoons like this distort the debate - intentionally  |  Cartoon courtesy - sikhwomen.com; source - sikhtoons.com  |  Click for image.

Silly cartoons like this distort the debate – intentionally | Cartoon courtesy – sikhwomen.com; source – sikhtoons.com | Click for image.

The State of the Debate

If female foeticide is evil, is male foeticide acceptable?

Why does the foeticide debate focus on gender and not foeticide itself? Foeticide on such a scale is a social perversion – and any choice that is made, is a perversion.

Foeticide has become rampant across China and the Indian sub-continent in the last 30 years. Why is it happening only here – especially in the last 30 years. The cause can be identified, when you find why people are making any choice at all?

Under a relentless onslaught by the State propaganda machinery, for 60 years, population control has become chic and sexy. Reluctantly Chinese and Indian people have accepted that family sizes will have to be limited. This artificial limitation on family size implies people have to make a choice. With the advent of technology, exercising this choice has become possible.

Any choice they make, will mean, foeticide.

How the State and its minions distort

Is it that male foeticide is preferable?

The latest advances in modern medical sciences – the tests like amniocentesis and ultrasonography are being abused. The tests which were originally designed for the detection of gender related congenital abnormality of the foetus are now being abused particularly in India and Asian countries primarily to detect the sex of the foetus with the intention of getting it aborted if it happens to be that of a female. Such foetus is considered to be “suffering from the very disease of being a female foetus”. If the female foetus is lucky enough to survive till her birth then she faced the peril of elimination in infancy by female infanticide. (Kolloor 1990) defined it as, “Killing of an entirely dependent girl child under one year of age by mother, parents or others in whose care she is entrusted”.

Historically, female infanticide has been in existence since long. Girl infants have been known to be killed by rubbing poison on the mother’s breast, by feeding infants with milk of errukam flower or oleander berries, by using sap of calotropis plant, paddy grains, giving sleeping tablets or by simply burying the girl infants alive. Law banned this heinous practice in 1870, more than a century ago. Yet this abuse of girl child which is violation of her human right to life continues to prevail not only in some parts of Rajasthan and Gujarat but recently has been found in some districts of Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra as well (Kumari 1995).

Sex determination tests are seen as providing a ‘reproductive choice’ – a choice to decide to have a boy or a girl. (via Female Foeticide In Punjab: Exploring the socio-economic and cultural dimensions – by Ajinder Walia).

NGOs with State and foreign funding have made this issue into a battering ram - to condemn society.

NGOs with State and foreign funding have made this issue into a battering ram – to condemn society.

The State and its crimes

Global debate evades the basic issue. The real culprits, aided by media and the academia, with State support, have made society the scapegoat. By a neat twist in logic, the State and its minions have shifted the burden from the perpetrators (the State and its agents) to the victims.

Picking out one line from the Atharvaveda, Bhai Walia condemns India, ‘Hindus’ and the 5000 years of culture. Classical texts from any culture will contain a few lines that can be used to prove anything.

Anything at all.

Looking at Indian society

But actions matter. Talk is cheap. Actions count. Karma, you know.

Interestingly, most Indic countries have had women in political power – in the post-WWII nations. Srimavo Badranaike, Indira Gandhi, Benazir Bhutto, Shaikh Hasina, Khalida Zia, Sukarnoputri, (not to forget Mayawati, Jayalalitha, Uma Bharathi) were among the first in the world to rule their countries. The three divas/devis of Indonesia are not a co-incidence. Aung San Suu Kyi is waiting in the wings to add to this list.

An all-time favorite is, of course, the USA without a woman President, Chief Justice. So, much for political opportunity in the land of the free!

India has the world’s largest private Indian gold reserves! And it is Indian women who have created, maintained these reserves over the centuries – even to the amusement of Westerners. The 2 most important festivals in India – Deepavali and Dusshera, are devoted to Lakshmi and Durga. Feminine goddesses. How many societies in the world have any female deities at all? Which society celebrates the biggest days in the year with female deities? In China, it was Buddhism which enabled the introduction of a female deity, Guanyin (or Kuanyin, Kwan Yin, Miao Shan, 观音觀音), the Goddess of Mercy, in the Chinese pantheon. Though there are 4th century mentions of Guanyin, but it was only 14th century, during the Ming dynasty, that worship of Guanyin became popular.

Indian texts, scriptures and classical literature has no negative characterisation for a wife – Mandodari, Ahalya, Sita, Draupadi, Kunti – the entire pantheon. The story of Kannagi’s fight for justice for her husband (from the classic Tamil play, Silappatikaram) is repeated in some part of South India, every day, even now, 2000 years later.

Population control, Female foeticide have become chic and sexy causes.

Population control, Female foeticide have become chic and sexy causes.

Western freedom

The Western frieze of mythical characters includes Delilah, Helen, Clytemnestra, Jezebelmurderess, or adulteress, all. The entire Greco-Roman frieze does not have a single positive characterization of a wife.

Women are the source of all evil is current western concept – after all, Eve led Adam to his downfall from the Garden Of Eden. After a war with Midianites, Moses asked the Israelite army to kill all the women captives.

Moses blames the women – and an angry Moses tells the commanders

“of thousands and commanders of hundreds – who returned from the battle.”Have you allowed all the women to live?” he asked them. “They (the women) were the ones who followed Balaam’s advice and were the means of turning the Israelites away from the LORD in what happened at Peor, so that a plague struck the LORD’s people. Now kill all the boys. And kill every woman who has slept with a man, but save for yourselves every girl who has never slept with a man.” (Italics, emphasis, bold letters mine).

Dress sense

The entire North West Indian sub-continent, from Punjab to Afghanistan wears the salwar– which is tubular leggings. This is a unisex garment – like the sari /dhoti also is. And popular all over India today.

Unlike other parts of the world, where women were forced to conform to a male standards and prescriptions of dressing, Indian women were free and dressed like their men did (Feminists note – Indian men were forced to dress, like their women did, since you insist).

Unisex clothing, saris and dhotis dominate the Indian plains, and the salwars, in the North West mountain regions of Indian sub-continent. The Indo-Scythians used leather leggings – which were helpful in case of long marches on horse backs.

In the meantime, male foeticide, anyone?


Have Christian children, if you must!

April 20, 2009 1 comment
You can have Christian children ...

Africans!! Why have children, at all? If you must, at least have Christian children!

August company

A worried Bill Gates cant sleep at night. He is spending billions (ok … ok … not billions for now … just hundreds of millions) to solve this problem. An equally worried Ted Turner has already given away billions – and waiting in line to give away more. Ted Turner ‘thinks’ that people will eat people – instead of food, which will become scarce. David Packard (of Hewlett Packard) was an equally worried man. His foundation has given hundreds of millions each year.

What’s worrying them? Linux? Mobile phones OS. Google? Naah Why worry? Is anyone else making money?. They are a long way off. Let them get closer.

So, what is it? It is the thought of all the Asians, Browns and the Blacks in the world having sex. And the children they will have. The Packard family, Bill Gates, Ted Turner are not alone in having the population crisis and the people bomb on their mind. All these paranoid thinking based on bad economic theory!!

Africans! Have Christian children, if you must!

Africans have two great choices!

Africans can have either have Christian children – or why have children at all!

This cartoon is a study in arrogance and contempt.

Arrogance in that the West knows best – and the poor Africans must not have non-Christian children. Contempt – for freedom of (personal) choices for Africans. Economic aid is tied to population control measures – or abusive relationships with aid receipients. Or they can go to the nearest Church for aid.

All this while the Italians are scared that kebabs and curries will destroy Italian cuisine.

The Cost Of Western ‘Aid’

October 5, 2008 3 comments

a picture of Milton Friedman, the doyen of the Chicago School — he and his cohorts were the other doctors — and their battle to win the hearts and minds of Latin Americans. Middle-of-the-road economists who advocated a more gradualist approach were marginalised — in fact, one of them was car-bombed by Chilean dictator Pinochet’s secret police — as the Chicago boys took over. The war on terror was really a war against all the obstacles that stood in the way (via V V: Capitalism and its violence).

Could India Have Resisted ‘Western Advisors’

While the role of ‘Russian’ advisors has been well documented by Western media, the role of Western advisors is usually forgotten.

This is interesting stuff, because most Indians today forget that the West speaks from both sides of the mouth – and while the “Western’ advisors pushed planned economies, even in the USA, they are today picking holes in India’s growth management record during that period.

Eminent Economists Were Sent To India

A ‘free-market’ economist like Milton Friedman also got involved in the Indian exercize – and like this blog shows, the argument was more about content, rather than the planning process itself.

Few remember that the US deputed JK Gailbraith, an ’eminent’ economist , who was made an ambassador to India, to ‘guide’ the Indian Government, during Jawaharlal Nehru’s time. The major output of that advice was the discredited population policy of India.

Western aid was tied to India following such advice. This continued to happen till 1991 – like this incident shows. MJ Akbar quotes on how American influence was behind Manmohan Singh’s appointment in 1991.

The West was all about planned economies

It must be remembered that West was pushing planned economies not just down Indian throats – but down the throats of a hapless, starving Europe also. The most memorable cases came from Britain. Tired of food shortages, rationing, a desperate Britain announced

ill fated grandiose scheme that were heralded, with many a flourish of political trumpets, before grinding to an ignominious halt under the sheer weight of bureaucratic inertia and slipshod planning. The very names of these schemes – groundnuts from Tanganyika, eggs in Gambia, rice in Nyasaland – will evoke wry smiles among those whose memories can stretch back to the immediate postwar years, when “big is beautiful” caught the imagination of planners and politicans alike.

Colonialism and development- Britain (from Colonialism and development: Britain and its tropical colonies, 1850-1960 By Michael Ashley Havinden, David Meredith)

Colonialism and development- Britain (from Colonialism and development: Britain and its tropical colonies, 1850-1960 By Michael Ashley Havinden, David Meredith)

Modern India

And like this review shows, many of the benefits that we take for granted and proud of, were a result of Nehruian planning!

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