Saturday, November 29, 2008

Definition Of Democracy.

India is the largest Democracy in the world. What does Democracy really mean?

Democracy means :
  1. Anyone can shit/spit on the road.
  2. There are no need whatsoever to follow traffic rules.
  3. Anyone can protest on the roads and damage personal and public property.
  4. Anyone can launch verbal/physical attacks on certain communities while the govt. sits and watches mutely.
  5. Where arrests of "influential" individuals are more of a shenangian and their bailouts are faster than Shoaib Akthar's bowling.
  6. Money can buy almost everything including votes and ministers.
  7. Polticians use the British divide and rule policy to get vote banks.
  8. Internal Enemies are more than external ones.
  9. Cricrket/Bollywood/Politics gets more coverage than the "real" Heros who sacrifice their life for the Nation.
  10. Where "potential" terrorists are arrested, then released on ground of "not enough evidence" who then certainly go on and cause terror
  11. Anyone can enter  from land or sea and terrorize the entire nation.
  12. The Police have to use Normal Revolvers against AK47s, grenades and top cops die needlessly.
  13. Media can broadcast vital information about Marcos, NSG during their counterattack on terrorists, and the terrorists can watch TV and get live updates.
  14. Media continuously broadcast the count of dead people and time since when the standoff is going  similar to live updates of cricket matches.
  15. Media are allowed to cause panic because of anything from LHC Collider to bomb blasts.
  16. Peoples' memory of bomb blasts is that of a goldfish and we shamelessly say Citizens spirit cannot be broken .
  17. Government promise the sun and the moon, but not a zero tolerance to terrorism.

Definitions of democracy on the Web:

  • the political orientation of those who favor government by the people or by their elected representatives
  • a political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them
  • majority rule: the doctrine that the numerical majority of an organized group can make decisions binding on the whole group