I was hoping Digvijay Singh would take up the mantle of PM, being the right age, experience and a man who spoke freely, it would have been "fun" seeing him as PM.
ManMohan Singh the safe mannequin front for the Ganda Gandhi mafia " defense contracts" billionaire loot dynasty, is too old and weak....and Congress will have to replace him due to his age, and persona as the PM who presided over massive corruption in the tens of billions, whilst he smiled passively to the poverty stricken yet anxious hopeful nation of 1.2 billion people.
But, last Sunday Digvijay Singh wished the playboy of the party Rahul Gandhi, happy birthday and speculated with adulation what a wonderful PM he will make in that particular Indian way.
Whilst I am not 100% sure that Digvijay Singh would make a successful PM, I am 100% sure Playboy shallow "love a party" Rahul won't make a good PM. Even with the aid of staged ops, a life-times habit is very difficult to change at 41 and middle age.
The idea that a man gets his position in a party and thus country because of birth is simply absurd save for family run businesses in this modern day and age..........the Congress got rid of the 500 Maharajahs who became a byword for decadence in Western circles in 1948. And yet Congress is reinventing that practice in the 21st century in utter shame.........along with a British Raj colonial economy where you have a few Macaulay Brown Sahib elite educated at Oxbridge looting the country to Switzerland, whilst the majority of Indian "Am Admi" live in abject poverty..........still........ after 63 years of "Independence".
In a nation of 1.2 billion surely Congress can find credible leaders who are not managed by the International bankers in New York and London? If the challenges of the nation become greater, and more sophisticated as the country prospers.....then Congress WILL need credible home grown leaders who have not been recruited and brainwashed by the International bankers. Playboy Rahul spent far too long a time partying, playing around and pretending to study in the USA, and UK.
The leaders of India, and generally South Asia MUST be educated in their home countries exclusively even if the elite schools are from the colonial era;
Speak the desi native language first and foremost with clear automatic ease (The language you speak is the first language you think with.......Indian LEADERS SHOULD THINK LIKE Indians at a minimum)
....and should have spent the maximum amount of time in the respective South Asian countries which reduces the chances of recruitment by foreign intelligence agencies. The KGB used to and every other serious intelligence agencies recruit prospect leaders of every nation so that their nations agenda's can be furthered through these recruited agents (not astro-physics)......Rehman Malik, Zardari, Gilani, Kiyani, Suja Pasha work for the USA first and Pakistan second maybe ...thats why the country is in a utter mess.
That is the rule in the USA save Bill Clinton (the globalist former President of the USA), China and Russia........three serious powers.
India requires hard faced, hard nosed leaders, not MAN-CHILD playboy leaders groomed in the West.
"Dear Rahul, give yourself a b’day gift, get Diggy to zip it"
By Anshul Chaturvedi at TOI blog.
"Rahul has got all those qualities and capabilities that are needed for a good Prime Minister", Singh, who has been working closely with the young leader, who turns 41 on June 19, told reporters… Describing Rahul as "quite mature", Singh said he has got the understanding of social and political issues. Besides being a member of the Gandhi family, he has the qualities of head and heart to strike rapport with people, he said. -
PTI report, June 19
Digvijay Singh has been stunning us to the point of incredulity the past week with his repeated assertions of undying loyalty, disguised as assessment reports certifying your immediate readiness to step into Dr Manmohan Singh’s chambers. If you skim through the stories and the responses of readers, you’d realize that he’s done more to draw sustained flak on to you than anything the opposition could have done. Since there’s no point addressing Diggy at the moment, given his state of mind, this small set of observations is addressed to you:
* Anybody halfway in a politically relevant position can “become PM”; it’s not as Herculean a task as it sounds, and acquiring the PM-ship has hardly been necessarily the same as achieving political primacy. Charan Singh became PM. Chandrashekhar became PM. Deve Gowda became PM, and yawned through most of it. IK Gujral became PM. Big difference it made to us – or to them. The chair is only as big as the stature of its occupant. So even if they thrust the PM-ship willy-nilly down your – and our – throats, as some sort of gift at some stage, it’ll hardly help give you greater stature.
* The biggest questions facing the political system have been questions of integrity. This is not to say that this is a Congress issue alone – there’s hardly any political organization that’s not part of the rot – but for someone who is apparently all set to run the country, it would be nice to know what you thought of the CWG management, or of the 2G spectrum scam, or of Adarsh. Or, for that matter, of Osama. The reality is that I have little clue; if I have to resort to Google to get an idea of your having said anything on the political issues of the day, well, that’s not how I’d like to know my PM-in-waiting. We’d like to know better what you think – not what the second rung of the Congress thinks of you. I mean, seriously, if they went on record to say you weren’t equipped to be PM, they wouldn’t be in the Congress, so what exactly are they proving by their assessment?
* Rita Bahuguna is making a joke of the issues facing farmers by deciding to make your birthday “farmer’s rights day”. I’d assume it would make you squirm as much as any outside observer. Please tell your party’s leaders that the more bizarre the levels to which they go to exalt you to score internal brownie points, the sillier they look – and make you look the same, since your silence can only be read as happy acceptance.
* The PM already has had enough damage to his reputation and standing; the man who was an exemplary Finance Minister keeps on being derided for being a stand-in for the family. How are we expected to take his functioning as PM with any degree of gravitas if every other day Congress leaders tell us that the only reason he’s not been asked to vacate yet is because you have graciously chosen not to step into 7 RCR. As it is, nobody outside the Congress says a good word for the man any more; at least give him his dignity within the system.
* There is a school of thought – you’d surely be aware of it – which says the whole exercise of letting things be the way they are the Centre as they currently are, is to pitch things for an internal regime change; to give the public a Rahul-led regime as relief from the quasi-paralysed Manmohan tenure. Each time people like Digvijay go public with such quasi-hysteric declarations, they merely strengthen that impression.
There’s no reason why anyone who can command a majority support in the Lok Sabha should not be Prime Minister, be it you or anyone else. Neither I nor anyone else need have a point of view on who can and who cannot be PM. But, please, let it not be handled as a running joke. Let the party celebrate your birthday; but let it not pitch to the country the spectacle of the prime ministership of India as a birthday present, all gift-wrapped, waiting for you to unwrap it. Seriously. Some things look better earned than gifted. Better to achieve greatness, even if a trifle late, than to have it thrust upon you - and that too, by Diggy Raja.
I WISH RAHUL GANDHI A GREAT FUTURE, BUT NOT IN INDIAN POLITICS.......IT CAN'T BE A PLAYGROUND FOR DYNASTY PLAYBOYS.