And why the leftist discourse around India is so anti-Hindu and so disconnected from us.
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They thought there will be widespread outrage against the exams.
But there was none.
Often the only opportunity.
They stay up nights preparing for exams.
When they fall asleep, they dream about how their lives will change once they ace the exam.
They will grab opportunity at all cost.
Exams are a threat that could end their lifestyle of muftkhori.
No more chai-sutta. No more wasting parents and govt money.
This is the class most journalists are coming from.
They have never worked hard in their lives.
They think hard work is a punishment. They think everyone will protest against hard work, i.e., exams
Not wrong in itself, but this leaves the humanities only for the lowest IQ students
On personal level, will anybody settle for a low paying job?
But those in the humanities get to set the narrative.
So the narrative about India is set by the lowest IQ group.
They don't have the brains to come up with fresh ideas.
Prospects are bleak. Average journos earn practically nothing.
A handful of elites and some foreign anti-Hindu lobbies are paying some crumbs.
Competition for these crumbs becomes intense among low IQ students.
Again a tragedy of the commons.
Would you try to challenge the dominant narrative and risk losing even a few crumbs you got?
And you dont have brains to set a new narrative anyway!