BSNL – the useless stinking fuckall telecom provider of India

Where the hell does BSNL hire from ?

How do they manage to consistently hire only the laziest assholes for their IT and customer facing departments ?

They would strictly protect your acount with an OTP based authentication, but then with the attitude – “keep waiting for that OTP suckers ! we are not just sending it.”

After you waste few days because SMS just wont arrive, sometimes you need to make payments online in their portal. This is just so “futuristic” for BSNL that they struggle to make the payments work one out of every 26 times.

And finally, remember that they still have contact us pages that look like this – https://www.bsnl.co.in/opencms/bsnl/BSNL/about_us/contact_us.html

How does the deep state of India keep India poor ?

Its done by these simple steps. Any other country blessed with such traitors in the system would be poor too, if not poorer.

  • If people are creating wealth by saving their money in fixed deposits and provident funds, stifle their financial growth by reducing the interest rates. Push them to expose their hard earned money to the stock markets.
  • Encourage systematic destruction of public wealth in the stock markets by the “planned” recession-growth cycles with the help of the media.
  • If people invest their money in their own small businesses, bring in interference like complex tax rules to stifle them. A system no body can independently process well, like the GST is a shining example.
  • If people are afraid of the tax agencies hunting them of technicalities, and start saving money as liquid cash – demonetise occasionally and make their earnings futile. The money thus squeezed out should be immediately pumped out of the economy in the pretext of defense purchases and donations.
  • If none of the above works and economy still grows, peddle a Plandemic like dictatorship and bring about a hard stop to the economic activities.

And now the three all time favourites of the deep state –

  • Create perception that India is incapable is creating money via Govt stimuli.
  • Make the currency cheaper by selling INR cheap and buying high in the money markets. Take the help of media and retail forex investors when needed. Currently Indian rupee is selling 10 times cheaper than its purchasing power and is probably the cheapest in the world.
  • Deny Russian and Chinese products which offer value for money to Indian rupees. Instead force manufacturers in these nations to collaborate with parasitic brokers in the west and rebrand their products to be able to sell in India. This method as you can see has the benefit of impoverishing Indians.

Beware of the Scores App from Sebi

If you think the company you invested are frauds and want to make a complaint to Sebi, they will prompt you to download the Scores App and register the complaint there.

Now if you trust Sebi as a confidential information keeper, and make your complaint about the company in it, you will most probably be contacted by and, or “taken care of” by the promoters of the company you complained about.

The first thing Scores application will do is to provide your personal information and your complaint on a platter to the promoters of the company you complained about. Yes, that’s right.

And this happens almost immediately, before any investigation is done by Sebi. This Scores app is nothing but an excellent early warning framework for fraudulent promoters to find out about the whistle blowers and complainants. Such extra ordinary zeal to put the lives of complainants at risk can come only from the fucked up mind of Indian elites, who from the time they are born are systematically fed contempt of mainstream culture and general population.

I’ve had a bad experience from this stupid app from this dysfunctional department which is supposed to protect public wealth from getting destroyed by the miscreant promoters in the market.

Read this twice – the only option to prevent loss of money in Indian stock markets is doing your due diligence before investing. The curative mechanism is non effective, if not dangerous.

Or may be Sebi was formed as such to be a proxy for the British to trim the public wealth of Indians to be within accepted levels the for “servants”.

But these don’t matter to most of the Indians. Most of them are idiots who are busy worrying extremely whether their kids would score a mark or two lesser than their nephews in their equally messed up education system. And the rest of them are making bhajans for the low grade fake ruling them.

Random Reps – The alternate Politics for a better rule

Indian politics – while it may sound too dirty to discus, we very well have to – as its the most important aspect of our nation – its on our rules and the rulers.

We all know its in pretty fucked up shape and we have to collectively fix it. And the kind of state the system is in, it seems the only way is to throw the whole setup into the shithole and put forth a new system in its place.

Most of our politicians represent what leaders of nations should never be. They lack education, they are not refined, and more importantly, thy lack the ethics. Considering the state of our country after 70 plus years of Independence, it can be even be inferred that the politicians that our current political framework produce are not intelligent enough to lead a mighty and large nation like India. I mean most of them, not all of them; Exceptions are rare though.

Their quality reflects in the fact that at a point of time, the corruption reported by the country’s Comptroller & Auditor General had crossed one Trillion US dollars ! In a nation where just over 100 billion USD can replace all the slums with posh apartment complexes, imagine the worthlessness of our politicians when they waste away trillions of USDs as their private black money !

Indeed our politicians are the reason we are still perceived as third world. But they are not be be blamed. Such absolute worthless scums are churned out as our politicians by the current political framework we had to adopt since we got freedom. And this setup which is anyway so 1800s is not suitable for the current times – considering the much better options available now, thanks to the growth of digital technology.

We need erect an efficient, modern and infallible system in place which doesn’t foster the incompetent and doesn’t contract corruption so easily.

One such alternative could be a system of random representatives.

This system takes help from technology, and would work as follows-

  1. Citizens educated to a certain level, who are interested to represent their people in the legislative body have to pass an aptitude exam to qualify.
  2. The qualified candidates take up a diploma course in Public Policy making & the governance structure of India. This course has to be standardized, localized and made available in online mode by the Election Commission.
  3. Those who successfully complete the course, can register themselves as potential candidates, willing to dedicate 3 years, as people’s representative, in the Election commissions web-portal using their Adhaar card based login. This can happen from a month to a week prior to the elections.
  4. A central computer then selects – in a reliable and secure random fashion- the required number of representatives to Parliament/Assemblies from among these volunteers.
  5. The selected representatives choose the leader of the executive and cabinet from among themselves by volunteering/voting.
  6. The knowledge about new/ongoing policies/laws are quickly disseminated to the new representatives using well maintained documentation portals.
  7. New representatives are chosen every three years, after which older ones return back to their previous professions. A previous PM may be retained if the new representatives decide so.

This new system doesn’t have the concept of political parties (which depend heavily on private funding for their survival); and thus has much lesser tendency to contract corruption. There is also no concept of a ruling party and opposition. All are individual independent representatives working for their people constructively.

Also the cost of elections in such a political setup is negligible.

Think its not practical ? Just last year, had you thought it was practical to keep a whole nation locked down in their homes by citing a virus infection ?

So let this be here, as a musing and as a seed for further elaboration & growth.

Jai Hind.

Technology and technologists can fix India’s Judiciary

Hey, we all are scared of getting into legal tussle with anyone. We know that it usually takes 5 to 10 years for our Judiciary to give a judgement, which even at that point doesn’t guarantee truthful justice to the weak and poor. We are programmed to adjust to this reality by the display of that blindfold on the lady justice. (And who is this lady justice anyway?)

So why is this so ?

We will muse on this today.

Judiciary is one fourth of our democracy. A very important pillar. Ever wondered whats the competency of the people we are entrusting it with ?

In India, when we think of our youth, the best analytical minds take up the science subjects. The primary preference is for Engineering. Most ambitious youngsters become Engineers and Doctors. When I say most, that’s some 90 to 95% of the analytically bright mind pool of India.

Now the averages and a shade below average students as a ritual, take commerce related subjects – and they grow up to become very successful market analysts, C.As etc.

The rest of the students who find it hard to infer new facts from existing information or to observe and analyse the subtle, or to do the math for accounting solutions, quickly realise that they still can memorise printed words and sentences. They take up subjects and careers where mugging up printed words as infallible truths of the universe earns them a living.

This bunch is where most personnel who run the third and fourth pillars of our democracy comes from, namely the mainstream media and the Judiciary. Its another story that the primary pillar, the Legislative is mostly formed of a bunch even further down – the guys who can’t invent, can’t infer, can’t do math, and then can’t memories too. But that is another story for another musing.

Thanks to social media, nobody trusts the mainstream media anyway these days. Thus the quality of people manning it is not of much concern in the current society. But Judiciary ? Its very much an important part of our lives whether we like it or not. It exerts so much control on our society – and not just on judicial matters – it exerts great influence even on the executive and the legislative, with their back to back overreaches.

The second reason seems to be that the Judiciary still carries a lots of baggage from the colonial era and is thus culturally not congruent with the culture of India. It trains its insiders to be “brown sahibs” within a few years of being inducted into it. The first reason too contributes to it because the bunch as such is readily programmable to begin with.

Lastly, at least for few to several of them, the memberships to secret societies and clubs are a reason for their isolation from rest of the population. These clubs validates their newly acquired superiority from others, and provides them a brand new ego which is detached from their original, which was built on their not so impressive past.

Now at the end, all of it affects the well being and sovereignty of our nation and we need to fix this. Its the land we inherited from our ancestors, right ?

One solution is technology.

With the advent of AI, memorising is a skill the machines can beat us over and over on. A 5 year course needing to memorise the constitution along with its amendments should cease to exist in the next decade. Instead we should replace it with a one year course on the general principles of law and how to use technology to find the laws which concern a particular case.

Now comes in the technologists or lets just say, the technical minds.

We have plenty of analytical minds in the country, and plenty of exams which helps us find them too. For example, Civil Services examinations held nationwide by the UPSC could be used as the recruitment channel for the judges too. The one year orientation course mentioned above could be offered to the freshers who qualify for taking up this promising “IJS” (Indian Judiciary Service) cadre.

The education and employment channels for the advocates can remain the same, as their task is to present the cases in a readily digestible way for the judiciary. The quality of judges is any day infinitely important for the nation compared to that of the advocates. Going ahead even the need for advocates can be eliminated with the help of technology and smarter judges, but that’s for another musing, another decade or another century may be 😉

A message from the Saturn to the faker of India

It’s been some seven years. and Indians are losing patience.

They want you to come down from your throne of vanity and start serving the nation. ASAP.

The artificial poverty created by restricting money supply over decades should have been eradicated in few months. It shall not be in years, and not in decades.

The people of India, demand that you to start serving them by doing these NOW –

  • Infuse sufficient money into economy to spur development (make some use of the RBI),
  • Strengthen INR to purchasing power parity. Stop the stooges in RBI from flooding international money markets with rupees. Instead disburse them within domestic market on development projects.
  • There shouldn’t be a retail currency market, where greedy Indians buy dollars and wish for their own currency to devalue (which in turn sets cheaper financial value of Indian citizens and resources) . Strong INR is the help Indian businesses need from you to go global. Remember that purchasing power parity for Indian rupee is achieved only when 1USD = 10 INR.
  • Stop the reckless give-aways of foreign exchange on the slightest pretense possible. Per year, you allow leaks of about 10 to 20 Billion USD as charity, and some 200 Billion USD in defense purchases, and many billions for trivial projects which domestic manufacturers cloud have easily accomplished. Have we eradicated poverty in India to start such charity ? Each one of those 60,000 families in Dharavi could be given an apartment worth 50 Lakh rupees within a budget of just 5 Billion USD. Your are the guilty for such slums still to exist in India in 2020.
  • Stop selling off the nation’s assets in the name of FDI. Don’t forget that we have an RBI too to create money.
  • Make in India for India first (Ditch the servile – make in India for the world)
  • Punish the proxies in the Govt framework who’s hijacking India’s sovereignty
  • Stop aspiring for the Nobel peace prize (none of the enlightened Indians have any value for it anyway)
  • Indians are not the attack dogs of any other nation. Do not go to war with any nation unless there is a serious aggression against India. And don’t frekkin initiate aggression from Indian side to please your masters. That’s just not Dharma, which is India’s character.
  • Stop peddling the “plandemic“. Indians are most resilient to the virus; In contrast, like a loyal slave-rider, you destroyed 23% of the nation’s economy in just 3 months – made it the worst hit economy in the world, by imposing the world’s largest lock-down on it. Correct it using above steps immediately.
  • Stop the act of begging the World bank by the member states of the Union for trivial projects like “water pipelines”, roads etc. Create sufficient money here and distribute across federal structure. Stop peddling the artificial poverty ASAP.
  • Protect the Sadhus and Sanyasis on priority, your lack of concern on them getting lynched is noted by many.

Remember, it is true fact (and not some charity emerging out of your kindness) that you are the “Chief Servant” of the nation. Be grateful for being chosen by a billion souls.

Finally, you will benefit if you read the blogs of Captain Ajit Vadakayil, the most read blogger in the world. His writings will help you get some real world intrigue, which is very essential for someone at the helm of affairs of a country. Better still, consult him personally to update your shamefully ignorant world view.

All the best for the remedial actions and excellent years ahead.

ALL VICTORIES TO BHARATHVARSH.

THE PERSISTENT JUDGE.

Life is strange isn’t it?

29.04.202 & 30.04.2020

These two dates which I’ve mentioned above India lost two of their beloved actors I’m not gonna say actors but more of a role model and inspiration for thousands of people. While the whole world was fighting from a pandemic India was mourning the loss of two icons .Both of these days all social media platforms,news,etc were filled with their news.But this will only stay for a few days after that what happens?
Everyone just gets back to their normal life but there are some people who would be constantly trying hard to get back to their normal life. you know who are they?

Their FAMILY !

For us they are just actors or stars whom we loved watching but for them it’s just so much more than that!!
They both are someone’s son, brother, father, husband, uncle, etc. These are relationships that never can be replaced. For them they have lost someone very precious more of losing a piece of their heart. The thing is a person who takes birth has to die someday or the other so without worrying about the future we should enjoy each and every moment of our life. Because death is not the greatest loss ,the greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live. There is literally no cure for death so just live the moment! I’ve heard this somewhere which is 100% correct i.e.
Life is between “B” to “D” which is ‘birth’ to ‘death’ what comes between is “C” which is our ‘choice’ .Our life matters on our choices. Strange isn’t?
Yeah That’s life  🙂

Desi Cows ? Heaven Yes !

Thanks to Ajit Vadakayil, Indian’s have just started to realise that Varghese Kurien and co could have just pulled of a nationwide hit job on the indigenous cow breeds, all in the name of White revolution !

How is it ethical to do ethnic cleaning of any breed of animals, and especially of the ones which have had an enormous positive significance on our culture itself ?

Now knowing is one thing, and remediating the loss is another.

What can we do to bring back the healthier A2 milk in circulation, which is provided by our desi breeds of cows ?

I see two ways.

Desi cows are easy to maintain. They are healthier and needs lesser care. Grow one or two desi cows in our homes if we can afford and has the space for them. We have a craze for bigger and bigger dogs. Consider a cow as the biggest dog in your kennel, one that it is more loving and provides healthy A2 milk as a bonus.

And our Govt, can create a law that every diary should have at least 20% of livestock to be of desi breeds. This could later be increased to some 50%. Higher values may cause the rightfully greedy diary companies to rebel. We need no problems you see 🙂

Protecting Kalari, the easy ways

Kalari is undoubtedly one of the best gifts inherited by us from our ancestors. Why then are we allowing it to be lost in the sands of time ?

Its really easy for us as a nation to make sure Kalari is brought back to the mainstream in all it’s splendour. Here’s some of them which I thought I would jot down here.

Let the NDA, IPS, and armed police trainings cover the basics of Kalari. Follow up then with advanced courses, till the first 12 years of the careers of every uniformed personnel, not just the officers.

Sainik Schools and Kendriya Vidyalayas should have a course of Kalari from 1st to 12th standards.

Organisations like NCC, Madrasas, Churche classes, RSS etc can adopt Kalari as their physical exercise when training their members or students.

And of course, after the temples of India are freed from the Govt occupation, all the main temples may also teach the kids in their community this glorious martial art.

But yes for the temples to be free from Govt control, we will need to wait for a genuine leader like Kummanam Rajashekharan to be the PM of India. The rest of the options are open as we speak.

The advantages of a society where the youngsters train in Kalari are obvious -our society gets a whole basket of stuff it lacks – discipline, focus, patience, intuition, health, courage and a respect for one’s own culture.

Solar power ? Who needs batteries when we have the Dams !

I’ve written about this some 10 years ago. Writing it again as more is better when it comes to dispersing an idea for adoption !

Nation states can reduce the cost of solar power by a pleasing percentage if they stored the solar energy not in batteries, but as the potential energy of water in the dams.

From a high level the idea is simple and practical. During the shine, the solar electricity from the panels just need to be used run DC motors to pump water from the sump back to the high reservoir. The AC electricity for the masses could be produced using the traditional penstock-generator complex.

If the solar panels are spread over the reservoir on top of floating barges, it can prevent evaporation loss of water, and at the same time provide natural cooling to the panels.

Batteries pose this disposal problem too, as they can easily pollute the landfills and ground water with toxic chemicals. Lesser usage of batteries is thus good for the nature too.

Whats more, the costly power electronics required to convert DC to the distribution standard AC is also not required here.

What’s India waiting for before implementing such projects ?

Perhaps a consent from their masters abroad is required by the bhakts of Macaulay, who rule us hiding within the weaves of the deep state.