terror in delhi 10/29
Monday, January 23, 2006
  BCCI: Please Stop This Madness!
We had earlier expressed our strong disapproval in letting potential terrorists into our territory in the name of enhancing the 'people-to-people' contact. Now our worst fears might have become true. We were outraged when we read: Missing cricket fans behind B’lore terror?(via Secular-Right). We join Primary Red to call for an end to this madness called 'cricket diplomacy' which is nothing but a farce to enhance the pocket books of the tax-evading fatcat organization called BCCI. Even discounting the latest terror connection, there are enough reasons to stop this suicidal attempt at people-to-people contact. Consider:
A politically strong entity that engages in political predation needs to feel economically or financially autonomous. This completes the picture of predation. The generals thought that they wanted to establish independent means of providing for their welfare and not depending on the civilians like it happened in India. The financial autonomy gradually created the logic for greater interest in political control.
We rest our case. We now call upon bloggers and concerned citizens to send a forceful message to the greedy bosses of BCCI who claim to represent Team India. Please, not in my name. PS: As someone who does follow cricket, we think that our boys can prove their cricketing mettle by rather winning against this team in this ground rather than play doctored batsman-friendly pitches in Pakistan.
 
Comments:
heh.
Australia. Weren't our media agog when they drew a series they were on the verge of winning? The same media fans the "win against Pak at all costs" idea. But doesnt highlight Pak's misdeeds enuf.

contradictions, contradictions.
 
Obviously they are playing with people's emotions to their own benefit. See CNN-IBN's LOC = Love of Cricket! Everyone is a winner except the Indian public!
 
this year i pray for a computer [with web access] in every indian household in lieu, i will settle for ten percent penetration.
so more and more indians may access blogs such as yours and acorns and secular right and indian economy......
so the revolution may begin....it may not be telvised, but it sure will be blogged...
many thanks cn...
 
this year i pray for a computer [with web access] in every indian household. in lieu, i will settle for ten percent penetration.
so more and more indians may access blogs such as yours and acorns and secular right and indian economy......
so the revolution may begin....it may not be telvised, but it sure will be blogged...
many thanks cn...
 
nukh: Amen to that. Thanks much for your kind words.

regards,
 
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