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Day in and day out we keep cursing the netas, corruption, Indians, etc in this forum. Do you think that this will serve any positive purpose or are we just venting out frustrations of our own private lives?

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Asked by Vikram, 12 Jan '13 10:55 am
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It is an indicator that our Souls have not died and we still have something that is making us alive and we are reacting to those which are happening wrong around us... At least we are collectively evaluating what is going around.. Some time these frustration will bring some solutions to the crisis we are commonly facing..
Answered by Sharmila Bose, 12 Jan '13 10:59 am

 
  
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As if these netas are ALIENS from some other world !
It is we who ELECTED them to power. When election comes, nobody is interested in electing good capable and honest candidates. We vote for the man who belongs to our caste, religion, other selfish interests etc. we are least bothered about his honesty or capabilities or integrity. Then how can we expect good governance here? I wont blame netas, I blame the indians!
Answered by Shunmugham, 12 Jan '13 12:25 pm

 
  
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Charity begins at home.If everyone tries to discipline himself that is enough to change our country.
Answered by samson aseervatham, 14 Jan '13 08:22 am

 
  
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Agree this will not have any impact on our duffer and selfish politicians. But, at least, the message goes to people at large, who are suppressed and helpless. It touches their hearts and minds and thus there is greater awareness in the masses. So to that extent, our voice is useful. Further, it is better to speak against injustice and oppression, than to keep mum.
Answered by kishore malhotra, 13 Jan '13 11:10 am

 
  
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Both the things as given in your question are true.
A. this will serve any positive purpose
B.we just venting out frustrations of our own private lives?

There could be another factor , that is genuine concerns of the whistle blowers . We cannot deny, there is section of people who are really concerned about the welfare of the people and country.

Saying that, let me go back to point no. A You have seen, the big companies never stop giving ads in media to keep their products always within the consideration of the buyers. Similarly, such hollering about corruption may have a little bit of preventive effect in those who are always prone to break laws. They will be forced to think about consequences before they indulge. That may either refine their devious modus operandi or they may restrain also. So, we may be experiencing some notional profits.

Regarding frustration, I would like to say, the frustrations in our personal livers are not always behind it. Politicians are the mo ...more
Answered by soumyen sarkar, 13 Jan '13 10:50 am

 
  
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Thereis no justice which is expected, therefore people vent out frustrations
Answered by priya rai, 12 Jan '13 11:04 am

 
  
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Aur kar bhi kya saktey hain.
Answered by afsa kausar, 12 Jan '13 10:58 am

 
  
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This will not help in any manner, they are careless about comments. we must understand that the elite 20% of indian population have access to internet. balance 80% are in slums or below poverty level. it is their votes that matter to them. we can only vent out our frustrations
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 12 Jan '13 10:57 am

 
  
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