[Assam] Find your CHRISTIAN home in old Ahom/British Nagaterritories, Tangkhul Muivah.
mayurbora at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 21 01:50:44 EDT 2005
This is more or less applicable to any large country
of the world. The difference will be in degrees. For
lesser mortals like many of us, grass looks greener on
other side of the fence. However I am proud to note
that Mahanta da is an exception who thinks grass is
greener only in two places. US and 'sovereign' Assam.
If Assam becomes an independent nation, we will see
the same problems afflicting it with greater intensity
creating tremendous chaos and anarchy among the common
people. It will too messy and sticky for majority of
the people to wriggle out of that scene. However it is
expected that Mahanta da would be providing never
ending justification for that mess from his famous
armchair in USA.
--- Chan Mahanta <cmahanta at charter.net> wrote:
> OK, let me humor you and accept that my assessment
> is all bombast,
> devoid of substance.
> So go ahead and explain why India cannot respond to
> its many
> conflicts with creative and peaceful means? What has
> prevented it
> from letting the NE's alienation turn into
> insurgencies--First the
> Nagas, then Mizos, then the Assames3e, then Bodos,
> then Karbis, now
> Manipur -- ad infinitum. How did the Khalistan
> movement happen? What
> is happening in Kashmir?
> Why is the Naxalite movement continuing to spread?
> What has India
> done to stem the bloodshed in Telengana?
> And what about less violent arenas: like the
> economy? Like the
> administrative system? What about justice and law ?
> What about the
> election system? How about taxation or the
> widespread avoidance of
> it? What about the pervasive corruption in every
> sphere of government?
> Go ahead and explain why India cannot deal with any
> of it? Why it
> cannot reform its institutions? Amend its
> At 3:58 PM -0700 10/20/05, Rajib Das wrote:
> > > democracy. But India is too fractured. It has
> >> sense of nation.
> >You know when bombast leaves the realm of reason
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