The PM candidate is dragging neighboring country by referring to foreign affairs. There needs a line be drawn in such matters but are the election prospects not above everything! I wonder.

http://www.dnaindia.com/analysis/standpoint-naredra-modi-should-know-where-to-draw-the-red-line-on-political-rhetorics-specially-on-pakistan-1983780

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  • Re: Dragging neighboring country in election speeches

    by » 6 years ago


    The PM candidate is dragging neighboring country by referring to foreign affairs. There needs a line be drawn in such matters but are the election prospects not above everything! I wonder.

    http://www.dnaindia.com/analysis/standpoint-naredra-modi-should-know-where-to-draw-the-red-line-on-political-rhetorics-specially-on-pakistan-1983780


    Such election speeches are the cheap gimmics in order to exploit the popular sentiments against that particular country. Definitely a line has to be drawn to be in the periphery of decency and decorum.

    Thank you said by: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani, jaya verma

  • Re: Dragging neighboring country in election speeches

    by » 6 years ago


    The PM candidate is dragging neighboring country by referring to foreign affairs. There needs a line be drawn in such matters but are the election prospects not above everything! I wonder.

    http://www.dnaindia.com/analysis/standpoint-naredra-modi-should-know-where-to-draw-the-red-line-on-political-rhetorics-specially-on-pakistan-1983780


    Dragging neighboring countries in election campaigns should never be practiced. It makes me think that he/she has nothing to talk and he is inefficient,

    Born to express, not to impress.
    http://royalrobsideas.blogspot.in/

    Thank you said by: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani, jaya verma

  • Re: Dragging neighboring country in election speeches

    by » 6 years ago


    It's a ploy to attract the crowds. Curse the enemy, the illiterate audience flood claps on the speaker. It's all they want and declare themselves as the most spell binding Speaker. Cheap popularity. Intelligentsia will never appreciate these gimmics.

  • Re: Dragging neighboring country in election speeches

    by » 6 years ago


    It's a ploy to attract the crowds. Curse the enemy, the illiterate audience flood claps on the speaker. It's all they want and declare themselves as the most spell binding Speaker. Cheap popularity. Intelligentsia will never appreciate these gimmics.


    It is a cheap political trick to attract crowd/gathering.

    Born to express, not to impress.
    http://royalrobsideas.blogspot.in/

    Thank you said by: jaya verma

  • Re: Dragging neighboring country in election speeches

    by » 6 years ago


    It's a ploy to attract the crowds. Curse the enemy, the illiterate audience flood claps on the speaker. It's all they want and declare themselves as the most spell binding Speaker. Cheap popularity. Intelligentsia will never appreciate these gimmics.


    It is a cheap political trick to attract crowd/gathering.


    I don't blame the speaker. I blame the audience who are yet to know the difference between the real stuff and false stuff.

    Thank you said by: jaya verma

  • Re: Dragging neighboring country in election speeches

    by » 6 years ago


    It's a ploy to attract the crowds. Curse the enemy, the illiterate audience flood claps on the speaker. It's all they want and declare themselves as the most spell binding Speaker. Cheap popularity. Intelligentsia will never appreciate these gimmics.


    It is a cheap political trick to attract crowd/gathering.


    I don't blame the speaker. I blame the audience who are yet to know the difference between the real stuff and false stuff.


    I agree. As most of us are unable to analyse what and how the speakers speak, they continuously practicing these kind of tricks.

    Born to express, not to impress.
    http://royalrobsideas.blogspot.in/

  • Re: Dragging neighboring country in election speeches

    by » 6 years ago


    It's a ploy to attract the crowds. Curse the enemy, the illiterate audience flood claps on the speaker. It's all they want and declare themselves as the most spell binding Speaker. Cheap popularity. Intelligentsia will never appreciate these gimmics.


    It is a cheap political trick to attract crowd/gathering.


    I don't blame the speaker. I blame the audience who are yet to know the difference between the real stuff and false stuff.


    I agree. As most of us are unable to analyse what and how the speakers speak, they continuously practicing these kind of tricks.


    And most of these clappers are hired clappers.

  • Re: Dragging neighboring country in election speeches

    by » 6 years ago


    It's a ploy to attract the crowds. Curse the enemy, the illiterate audience flood claps on the speaker. It's all they want and declare themselves as the most spell binding Speaker. Cheap popularity. Intelligentsia will never appreciate these gimmics.


    It is a cheap political trick to attract crowd/gathering.


    I don't blame the speaker. I blame the audience who are yet to know the difference between the real stuff and false stuff.


    I agree. As most of us are unable to analyse what and how the speakers speak, they continuously practicing these kind of tricks.


    And most of these clappers are hired clappers.


    Making such inflammatory statements and then asking for excuse that it was made in the heat of campaigning can never be excused. Its not a mistake. Its a blunder as it was made deliberately and will be made again and again.

    Thank you said by: jaya verma

  • Re: Dragging neighboring country in election speeches

    by » 6 years ago


    It's a ploy to attract the crowds. Curse the enemy, the illiterate audience flood claps on the speaker. It's all they want and declare themselves as the most spell binding Speaker. Cheap popularity. Intelligentsia will never appreciate these gimmics.


    This remind me of the movie- Kissa Kursi ka- by amrit Nahata. In the movie, leaders of the neighboring countries meet and decide for a 'mock war'. The Presdient says to the king- If we do not fight, neither my citizens nor your subjects will let us live in peace.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


  • Re: Dragging neighboring country in election speeches

    by » 6 years ago


    It's a ploy to attract the crowds. Curse the enemy, the illiterate audience flood claps on the speaker. It's all they want and declare themselves as the most spell binding Speaker. Cheap popularity. Intelligentsia will never appreciate these gimmics.


    This remind me of the movie- Kissa Kursi ka- by amrit Nahata. In the movie, leaders of the neighboring countries meet and decide for a 'mock war'. The Presdient says to the king- If we do not fight, neither my citizens nor your subjects will let us live in peace.


    I know. It's a drama to pacify the subjects. Otherwise they will be fleeced by the people. . That's they have to put up a mock fight. All survival tactics.

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