Tuesday, September 1, 2009

ever helpless j(u)anta

And like always they thought they be-fooled us. They thought the ‘aam janta’ is as ‘aam’ as everybody takes them to be and as helpless too.
And they are also aware there wont be any commotion like past for now there is an additional point of ongoing recession.
They say people get the Government they deserve and also the Company.
Am not sure about the silence on controversial issues in the past and also the clean chit these people keep getting from the ‘aam janta’.
‘Aam’ is not that common, for it comes seasonally and that too in alternate years and now even that time gap has increased. Rates have shot up due to heavy exports and various other reasons making ‘aam’ a wrong colloquial for ‘common’.

We may take time to set this syntax-semantic combo right, but even then there’s no guarantee common sense would prevail amongst the common people.
Why the heed to what an oppressive regime implements though resort to any unethical way to ward it off, unless one of them is caught and punished.
They want to go for a tried and tested method to help make their lives better and not try to change the system for the benefit of all.
A beneficial system is one where everybody works and profits and not where everyone works, gets emoluments and one of them profits.
In such a system Entropy is not balanced and either requires stitches here and there at different times or explodes after some point.
When its not balanced, the components are never at rest and age before time and are immune to various seasonal fractures and as the repairs also happen selectively, the system is in doldrums throughout.

Everyone wants there part of the world to be functioning right and the don’t realize they are not living in a self-sufficient shell. The day all beggars will go nuts, they’ll rob the riches of the rich. This wont make the poor-world rich but would turn all into poor.
As they say..
First they came for the Communists, and I didn’t speak up, because I wasn’t a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn’t speak up, because I wasn’t a Jew. Then they came for the Catholics, and I didn’t speak up, because I was a Protestant. Then they came for me, and by that time there was no one left to speak up for me.

There is a lot more to say and all fires swooshing tangentially making me unable to write anything of sense to the reader.

Maybe some other time..

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