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I am only reproducing these lines I read today in a site.---------------This country can do much better without the likes of Ms Roy, Gautam Navlakha & Co. They are the over ground mouthpiece of these brutal killers. They represent no sane citizen of this country. They are the PR officers of murderers like Kishenji and Ganpathi. They are a bigger threat to national security than the foot soldiers in the Red Corridor. Let's do away with them and make the country a better place to live in---------What are your views?

Asked by Good Citizen, 03 Jun '10 12:28 pm
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Answered by anil garg, 20 Mar '11 08:28 pm

 
  
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This is ludicrous. Kishenji exists because the system that is supposed to protect the Tribal folk came out to be their greatest exploitators. I'd like to see how the writers of that line react when they find the govt pulling them out of their homes and demolishing them to make way for an IT park.

"Let's do away with them and make the country a better place to live in"

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"Let's do away with them and pretend as if there is no problem in the Tribal Belt and make the people believe we're living in a fairy tale."

Who is more insane?
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Answered by A Moin, 02 Dec '10 04:26 pm

 
  
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In a democracy terrorism and brutal force cannot succeed for long as we have seen in british struggle. These kind of cowardice acts by red forces will not be encouraged or accepted civilised indian society. They will find the waterloo soon
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 03 Jun '10 04:13 pm

 
  
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(1) Time and again I wonder as to why DEMOCRACY is the best form of governance. It gives you an opportunity to evaluate both the pros and cons of the system. The only thing you must know and do is to properly evaluate what is good for the vast majority and take action. In the process, you must be very fair and just.
(2) All the developed countries of the West and U.S. Japan, Australia, NZ are democratic and they respect individuals freedom to think and act. A persons freedom to call a spade a spade is not suppressed. They listen to him, they learn from him and they implement whatever good is there. So the problem highlighted by an individual or a group is realistically taken care of or properly addressed and is not allowed to grow big and blow up in ones face later on.
(3) Do we see that happening in India? We try to suppress the voices which may not sound music to our ears. People like Arundhati are simply another side of the same coin. The issues raised by them are more important ...more
Answered by Tony Fernandez, 03 Jun '10 01:10 pm

 
  
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We are living in democracy and you can swing your hand every where and it should not hit other mans nose.
The central government and the North Indians so for swindled the northeastern wealth and now it is pay back time and if some people are telling this in your face and if it really hurts and in being a pseudo democracy we have to clear this people first and India is always good at this.
Answered by Mathi Sankaramoorthy, 03 Jun '10 12:39 pm

 
  
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