THE END OF EMPIRE – CAN’T OUR POILTICIANS LEARN FROM HISTORY?

The end of Empire – Can’t our politicians learn from history?

What a sad state; parties; busy with their; agendas; none with national interest? Some busy with infighting and others in blackmailing?

Don’t you think our politicians should think of nation; people; and party in that order?

MPs; MLAs; not willing to accept; 3rd rate citizen status and not corrupt will definitely cross-vote and give the nation a president who is not a RUBBER-STAMP?

Read Dangers of rubber-stamp: https://sofjustice.wordpress.com/2012/06/18/lessons-from-history-emergency-shah-commission-and-pranab/

History: The generals bickered and worked at cross purposes, “hindering each other and frustrating campaigns”, Do these observations still sound familiar? That is because something intrinsic to the Indian character has not changed over hundreds of years. Read: http://www.hindustantimes.com/News-Feed/Samar/The-end-of-Empire/Article1-875788.aspx

Accountability at all levels makes a nation prosperous and safe.

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3 Comments on “THE END OF EMPIRE – CAN’T OUR POILTICIANS LEARN FROM HISTORY?”

  1. […] THE END OF EMPIRE – CAN’T OUR POILTICIANS LEARN FROM HISTORY? […]

  2. […] No one who is genuine and serious; and want long term business relations will be interested; to invest in a country which lacks trustworthy political parties with all democratic principles thrown to wind? Read: Our politicians should think of nation; people; and party in that order? https://sofjustice.wordpress.com/2012/06/21/the-end-of-empire-cant-our-poilticians-learn-from-history… […]


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