Just marking my observations here. Careful read.

A few days ago, there was severe weather warning in the pacific region about huge water swell in the ocean.

Later there was warning of #NivarCyclone in the NE Indian Ocean, and Nivar swept across as predicted.
Over the last couple of days, over 120 whales and dolphins stranded on some New Zealand islands dead. Many had wounds as if from a blast.

Who did the underwater explosion if any, in deep ocean, what was the test?
In 2004, my husband and I were at the Marina beach in Madras on the eve of Tsunami. We saw a red Sumo circling around the beach and a group of people surveying the area.

We felt suspicious and alerted the Police.

Who were they? What were they doing hours before the Tsunami?
A close Japanese friend said her friend in the weather department in Japan saw strange patterns/ anomalies and reported them before the big quake hit them.

What was the real reason for the devastating quake?
In 2015, it rained day and night in Madras. A rain like that was not seen in 100 years of collective memory of people.

This rain occurred close on heels of @narendramodi raising the 'climate justice' angle in the Paris Summit, and entered into a tough line of negotiations
behind closed doors.

The connection may sound like a scene from one of the more recent Bond movies.

What was unnatural about that rain?

There was NO wind, no thunderstorms, water just flew from the sky as if from a tap.
These could be two different events -

1. testing weapons underwater
2. weather modification/ weather weaponry

It's unlikely that we will find answers on these. Especially since we know that China is notorious for their underwater nukes/tests.


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Why is BJP pushing so hard for GHMC?

As we all know, Dubakka victory is a surprise encouragement. But is that why the heavyweights have descended there?

Here are my views:

~ BJP has exposed the nexus between KCR and AIMIM
~ With a distant second representation in the GHMC, AIMIM has already created a strong politico-religious finance system to fund its activities that can go well beyond Hyderabad/Bhagya Nagar.

~ It has enough funding to expand AIMIM into becoming the new Congress.
~ What it does now is consolidating the hitherto Congress bloc vote.

~ AIMIM and Congress have got Rohingyas into Hyderabad in the exact way Pakistani muslims were brought to Kashmir and muslims from Jordan/ Morocco to Gaza. We know what that means.

Why is Hyderabad targeted?
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Kolahala Srinivas keeps raising this question of why @AmitShah did not endorse NDA alliance publicly despite EPS and OPS announcing it in the govt function.

He seems to speculate that @BJP4TamilNadu is waiting for Rajnikant to enter politics.

I disagree.

I had mentioned in my tweet prior to Amit Shah's visit that
he will NOT:

~ meet any actor
~ declare alliances/ allies

I had said that these were @JPNadda 's job and Shah will not undermine his Party President's role by openly declaring an alliance.
People should stop seeing Shah as BJP president. Nadda is well capable of managing this portfolio.

I had written a few months ago in Malayalam about how TN politics will be a bipolar one.

AIADMK is needed at the centre for the passing of difficult bills.
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My views on INC, post Ahmed Patel.

Given the notion that it was AP who checked RaGa's style of politics from blossoming fully, some things that might change:

1. Politics

RaGa, as everyone knows is weaning more towards socialism. Maybe influence of his close coterie, but
clearly evident from his hasty visit to JNU in support of the Tukde Tukde gang, his love for reviving MGNREGA, and his style of agitation - farmers, students and dalits - typical marxist style.

His politics will show more of radical/revolutionary style than the GOP style
After all, CIA did manage to bring Mossadegh down through a mere student revolution, and RaGa must be thinking Modi is no big deal.

In terms of election politics, more agitations will be seen prior to elections of states/ LS than alliances and booth level work.
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I can only share my speculations as I have not spoken to RK nor to anyone close to him.

Here is what I think:

1. Yes, he has mass appeal but it will depend on the way he launches himself. If he doesn't announce himself as CM face, then the influence will not be huge.
People are already tired of his indecision. Many ask "how can he give a clean rule in 5 years if he couldn't decide on coming to politics in 20 years"

Those that are not close to him may not know his acumen, understanding and intelligence. But one can't blame them for that!
I think this shift in thinking of common people about his entry is triggered by two factors:

1. EPS's excellent administration - he has shown his mettle through the pandemic. No anti-incumbency, no anti-Modi wave because he implemented all of centre's schemes for people
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My take on @AmitShah 's visit of Chennai 21 - 22 November.

Those interested in TN politics may read.

1. Amit Shah looked extremely pleased with the trip overall, evident from the way he got out of the cavalcade and walked.

I saw that rare smile on his face throughout his visit
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Maybe reason for no anti-incumbency in the state, especially after last year's debacle.

Why is it important for Shah to be pleased with AIADMK's warm position towards BJP/ Shah?
It is important because the alliance is a two-way bridge. Shah needs AIADMK at the centre, especially in Rajyasabha more 'involved' to pass some of the heavy weight and controversial bills he has up his sleeve.

He is pleased because AIADMK is willing to partner. In exchange,
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BJP's politics in Kerala leaves much to be desired.

The 'faction' that is inactive today seems to place 'positions' above dedication to work.

They had their time. They didn't do anything spectacular in the state. Now it's time for a leader desired by the mass supporters.

With so much to talk about and react, all that this faction cries since the appointment of @surendran is 'ignoring, sidelining, no position given'

Never heard one productive call on winning the upcoming elections in the state. Never heard one word in support of new leader
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Bringing him to a razor edge and pushing the local body elections as an acid test is dirty politics. I wouldn't even be surprised if this faction worked against BJP to prove a point.
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