1. During Modi's rule the two vital states of Kerala and Tamilnadu affirmed their allegince to adharma and atheism. I recall Modi dashing off to Chennai and went to Karunanidhi's house to announce that the judge had been pursuaded to deliver favorable judgement in 2G case and
2. Karunanidhi's son and his chela Raja would be released. That picture of the asura gangs celebrating is still in my memory with consternation. The judge had not given the judgement but this emeperor knew. How?
3. His demonetization touted as to unearth black money did not bring one paise of black money instead the Pakis who had printed our money gave their fake money and got our real money. Dr. Swamy derisively declared we got more money back than what we issued over the years.
4. The financial implication of this 'demonetization' is far and wide enabling the rich and robbing the poor and bringing enormous control over the 95% of the people of India who are self-employed and dont fit any labor regulations.
5. Modi's rule has ruined the country much against our expectations. I was one of those who zealously campaigned for him in 1914 and before. I am thoroughly disappointed.
6. During Modi's rule Asaram Bapuji was locked up in jail for life on fake charges while 2G culprits were sought to be released for political reasons. National Herald case got shelved and so the double citizenship of Raul Vinci.
7. Sadhvi was kept in jail without warrant and one fine day before election she was released and asked to contest against a poweful Modi's opponent and defeat him. When she was hesitant to get involved in politics she was firmly told she obey Modi or go back to jail.
8. We need honest intellectuals to bravely start a new Dhaarmic party that will not rely on global capitalism, that will not such the life blood out of our various indigenous people and their habitat, culture, language etc and not be invaded in the name of secular nationalism.
9. There are lot smaller nations in the world that survive and with purushartha spread with love we will survive with stregth and prosper with wealth. Whoever thought our bonded labourers taken by colonialists now made Surinam a proud Hindu country.
please correct 'such the life blood' to suck the life blood'. The error is regretted.
Karunanidhi's daughter not son. Sorry for the mistake.

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