Advice for Modi’s 2nd Term – Francois Gautier (Part 1 of 2)

Advice for Modi’s 2nd Term – Francois Gautier (Part 1 of 2)


Namaste! Francois Gautier, who is my guest here in Princeton in our studio needs no introduction. He was a French journalist covering India many decades ago, fell in love with India, relocated to India, got married and settled there. And has done some amazing work. Welcome! -Thank you. -We have had a few discussions before so our audience already knows you. What do you think has been the positive work done by the government in the past five years? What do you think their shortfalls are? What do you think the issues are in this election that would guide or should guide voters? It’s a very crucial election and I think the whole future of India as a super power, you know, as an embodiment of all what the great here Swami Vivekananada, Sri Aurobindo, so many of them said that India becomes the spiritual leader of the world. So, this election will decide whether India or not will become not only the spiritual leader of the world but an economic superpower, political superpower, nuclear superpower, military superpower, a superpower. So, these elections are very crucial. Mr. Modi has shown in five years that if you do hard work, if you are sincere, if you devoted to your country, if you sleep 5 hours a night you can do excellent extraordinary work. So, that has been the positive side. -What are some examples of this excellent work? You know the reform that he has set you know that. Nobody dared to do before him like demonetization, the GST which is needed, difficult but needed reform, you know. That there is a uniform tax all over India like there is in my country. In France we have Tivya which is no more extravagant that in India. It’s been accepted, it is used all the time. but, of course, India is a huge country. It’s a complicated country and another factor which nobody talks about Indians have been used to cheat for many centuries because they were prosecuted, because they were overtaxed. So, this has become something in the genes of India. Yeah. The system was unfair. -Right. -Because it was foreign imposed. Before the British were the Mughals. -Correct. -And so, the way to survive was to do jugad of the system means you improvise your way around it. So, cheating became a way of life. -No. Even Indira Gandhi… -Survival. -taxed you know that it is said that nearly 80% of your income was taxed under Indira Gandhi. -Yes. -So, people continued cheating after 1947. So, cheating has become a way of life and this is one of the obstacle that Mr. Modi met and I don’t think he really expected it that people continued to cheat in India and that is creating a problem. That is creating a backlash against him. Suppose Modi wins adequately to form a government of his own or with some very friendly allies so that he can do what he wants. What should Modi do starting the day he gets elected, if you were giving him advice? For me the first reform is political, constitutional. Because as soon as you are elected in India you have an eye on the next election. There are too many elections in India, they cost too much money, they use too much manpower, you know, it’s a waste of time. So, I have proposed and want your reaction, a presidential system like the US. -Yes. -So, it’s stable. You have… parliament does not elect the president; people elect the president directly. And people elect the parliament separately. -Right -And also, you needn’t have all of these in the same time. You could have some parliament people being elected every, you know, staggering. So, it’s not like one day the whole government is different. -Sure, sure. Or you can have a French system, you know. A president who is elected and who chooses his Prime Minister among the majority party. That’s also a system that works well and that doesn’t, you know, call for so many elections. In India you have governors, you know, and the President and the Vice President who have no power at all, I mean, except a few constitutional powers and cost a lot of money and use a lot of manpower, you know. And they are good people. The President is a good man, the Vice President is a good person. And they are locked in, you know, VVIP security. I mean, the Vice President came for some our program you know, there is so much protocol. He is a RSS guy, you know, a simple guy, you know. So, I ask him, you know, why is there so much protocol? You have to get up when you come and says he says that not say this. And nobody can enter the room, you know. And he says, there is a book and it’s not the green book, it’s some other book called the black book that the congress has made again, you know. And I am bound by it unless you know, there is some, you know, big change and I am bound by it. So, you know, this has to go. This has to go. It is not possible. The governors, you know, are just puppets, just puppets. So, it’s still a system borrowed from the British with that huge palace in Delhi for the President that employs thousand people just to maintain it, you know. It’s the legacy of the British. This needs to be reformed and Mr. Modi needs the will power to do it and also, the majority to do it. So, that’s a very important reform. Second reform I would say maybe even more important education. The education system in India and after five years of BJP there is no difference. Just produce your western clones, you know, who are taught, you know, western values and western …. -For that I think there was no excuse because a good, efficient, enterprising HRD minister could have done it. -No excuse. -Without bothering the Prime Minister. -But he probably didn’t have the backing of his Prime Minister. I mean, Mr. Javadekar is a good man, you know, he is… -He is fairly. -Humble man. -Yes, yes. Good human being. -He is a fairly good… -But hasn’t produced results. -You know, but I don’t think he had the backing of his Prime Minister to do the radical changes that would have triggered massive revolt as when Mr. Murli Manohar Joshi tried to introduce the singing of Vande Mataram, you remember? Yes, yes. -That was so long ago, you know. -It was called saffronization. -Yeah. -That’s when the term started. -And it was a good reform, you know. It was…So, he didn’t have the backing of his Prime Minister, I think. That’s the main problem. -But, you know, at least they could have developed the new text books pending acceptance. You were involved in that. -No, no, no. I was not involved. I wish I were. I mean, they never consulted me on that. They, there is, I mean, they did not say, here are the text books from the Kindergarten all and here is the reform of the UPSC exam and here is the reform of all the different types of curriculums. If they had it on the table, then in the second term he could start off by implementing. -But, will he? Because if he didn’t do it in the first term… So, the material is not ready. The subject matter required, the research required takes years. You don’t sit one day and write up a book. -No. -So, that has not been developed. -No. -And for that there is no excuse. -No excuse. -Because that does not, it’s not necessarily policy, -But the fault is Mr. Modi not Mr. Javadekar. I mean, after all you know, if you employ me, you know, and if I have your backing, you know, and the backing of your power, you know, and your financial means the backing of your manpower, I can do it. But unless I have your backing difficult to do. -Well, the boss has to specify what your goals are. -Yeah. -Boss has to say, that’s your goal. -Yes, but I don’t think it is. It’s like the gurus in America, you know. They yoga in America you know. They the gurus have dissociated it from Hinduism from where it came, you know. So, the same thing happened with Mr. Modi, you know. When he came to power, he wanted to take a distance from Hinduism. Because he felt that he was labelled as a, you know, as a radical Hindu or right-wing Hindu or fanatical Hindu. So, he wanted to take the distance through his ministers also. -He wanted to become globally acceptable. Yes. Yes. And that you know I wish he was the Putin of India, you know. Putin doesn’t care if he is loved or not. But he is loved by the Russian. -Or Trump doesn’t care. -Or Trump. Yeah. -I mean, It seems that Modi got elected by the people who are very proud of heritage, identity, nationalism, -Yes. -patriotism, similar to some of these people in other countries. And to be successful you got to cater to your base. You should never forget who got you there. -Never. He has forgotten that. And education is so important, you know, it’s I mean we keep telling about rewriting history. This is a massive task, you know. -Yes. -But, it’s there, you know. Like the Aryan invasion theory which is the basis for every history book whether western or whether Indian, you know. has been proved false long ago, you know. -Right. -And so, Mr. Modi could have done that, you know. -Right. -Rewrite the history books, rewrite the curriculum, take out the Aryan invasion theory. That’s the first step. -Yeah. Yeah. So, and the UPSC exam and the way they are training all these… so, also when you we talked about constitutional reform, there is other things like Uniform Civil Code. -Yes. -There is things like Article 370. -There is a third part. Right, right. -There is all those, you know, making just like GST makes India unified as a from a financial standpoint. You also need to unify it in terms of the rights of people go to any part of the country buy land. -Yes. -I mean A person from Delhi cannot buy land in Kashmir. So, it needs to be unified in that sense also. -No, I mean… -And the unified… Unified Civil Code, UCC, also is something along the lines of the GST in terms of culture and identity and equal law for everybody. So, maybe he thought that he would do that in second term. I mean I still have lot of admiration and lot of, you know, respect because I know governing India is such a complicated and such a difficult and it’s a headache. But still, you know, what he promised when he was Gujrat minister, when he campaigned for becoming Prime Minister, none of it has being implemented. And the Kashmiri Muslims, you know, are all over India, you know. They have taken over the souvenir trade in Auroville for instance, you know, which is such a far away place from Kashmir, you know. Even far away from Pondicherry. They are there. They pay double, you know, they pay double the amount of rent that other people so they get, you know, they get the shop, they get the thing. We don’t see, I saw some articles you wrote about it, you know. We don’t see them selling anything but still they survive, you know. So, we don’t know what they do. They are all over India. But for an Indian, for a Hindu not able to go to Kashmir and do the same things is totally unacceptable. -That is the land of Shiva. Yeah. -That is where Shaivism starts. -Yes. -I mean that is the all these sacred rivers. -Yes, Mr. Modi should have done immediately. You know, the whole Saraswati Indus rivers and all that. So, I mean there is so much…-It makes no difference in Kashmir, you know. Kashmir is ten times worse than it was during the congress. -Yeah. -What difference did it make he made alliance with the PDP? which is huge mistake. What difference does it make he went there and went on the Dal Lake? It made no difference. If he had implemented that there would have been as much river there is now. Kashmir is worse, you know, than under the congress. Many things are worse than under the congress. The visas are worse than under the congress. Banking is worse than under the… for a foreigner, you know. Because I live in Auroville also. It’s worse, it’s more difficult, you know. People get thrown out of Auroville for no reason because they do little business. He makes some rules against missionaries and NGOs which was warranted. There are many NGOs which are hostile to India and it was warranted. But the bureaucrats are applying it to everybody. You know, the RRO the Visa officers in all the small places like Pondicherry, Chennai, you know. They use it on any foreigner, you know. People, good people in Auroville who have been for 30 – 40 years are getting thrown out of India because they sold one shirt, sold one photo. You know, he doesn’t know that, you know. But he doesn’t want to know also. -A good friend of mine Vladimir lives in Auroville, -Yeah, Vladimir has been thrown you know. -He is in exile after living for decades in Auroville. -He speaks Sanskrit fluently. He is one of the great Sanskrit scholars. I have done lot of work with him. We are still collaborating. -Yeah, I got an email from yesterday. -Because he, Because he taught some… -He taught in Ahmedabad Because he taught a small course somewhere. -You know. Ahmedabad. -And you are not supposed to get a job and he did it, he was teaching Sanskrit, you know. So, they just applied this law against him and kicked him out. Now he is sitting in Finland or Norway somewhere. -There is a Brazilian lady in Auroville, she speaks fluent Sanskrit, you know. She knows the Vedas by heart, you know. She has two small children. She taught online course to six Portuguese on the Vedas. She got thrown out. She is separated from her children. So, you know, if people lacked depth, depth of understanding, the complexity they can’t figure out, they will apply rules in a very simplistic way. And that’s counterproductive. -Yes. There is no simple commandments, do’s and don’ts, you know, thou shalt do this and not do that, 5, 10, 20 rules, it’s not so simple in India. -Yes. -So, you need people are more intelligent. And so, every ministry, every bureaucracy needs somebody who is trained in our civilization. There needs to be a civilizational expert like there is a chief financial officer. There is a chief technology officer in all these organizations. There ought to be a chief civilization officer in every part. This would be one of my proposals. -Yes. -If you ever get a chance. -Yes. We should get a chance. -We should… there should be a think tank that develops civilizational studies. That’s a training mechanism that trains people at all levels from top to bottom whether they are school teachers, whether they are judges, whether they are lawyers, policemen, media people, foreign affairs and there ought to be, they ought to groom and train people who become chief civilizational officer in every single department. -There are enough people like you and so many people, you know, around the world, you know, are lovers of India know But Mr. Modi needs to call them. You know, he needs to listen to them. What I wanted to say also that this third important reform is decentralization. India is a very very centralized government. Again, it’s a congress inheritance. Delhi up there in the north, you know, where you have no touch what’s happening in the centre and the south, you know. It’s also a British legacy. You need to decentralize the power in India. -And the PMO’s office has got few hundred people deciding everything in one… -Yes. So, it’s still a Congress, you know, it’s still a congress. And it’s no fault of Mr. Modi. He has to function in that system unless, you know, he breaks it, you know, and shatters it you know. So, the way to, in my opinion, the way to break that bureaucracy whole is to move out the capital from Delhi to the centre of India. I know it’s a huge task, you know. But if Mr. Modi does this, you know, he will break the bureaucratic whole otherwise I don’t see he can break it. -But if he relocates from Delhi to some location X, -Indore, Pune, you know. -Okay. But then if he takes the same bureaucracy, it doesn’t change. Nothing changes. So, you need to change the human resource. How they are selected, how they are trained. -Sure. -How they are managed. -No, no, that’s also very important and this is where you could bring a huge contribution. You could make a huge contribution on that, you know. But the reforms are so wide and so enormous that, you know, some divine grace has to be there. We need the divine grace, you know. -So, but the first prerequisite is to have a stable government, strong, stable, single party government. -Yes. -Comes back and then all these things are possible. And Mr. Modi to become a little more ruthless, you know, little more ruthless. He has to become, you know, either Putin or Trump. And the fourth reform, of course, is the judiciary in India. Because we have seen that many issues which are very crucial to heart, you know, and to Mr. Modi’s heart, you know, like Ram mandir or … -Sabrimala. They don’t know. -Sabrimala. And the supreme court, you know. They have no clue these people. -They are not well-educated on the subject matter and I have always said like suppose you were discussing an issue with nuclear policy. Then your job is to get nuclear experts to brief you. -Of course! -If you are discussing making a you are adjudicating a case on a very complicated medical issue, You could get medical experts to come and give you the background. -Absolutely. Absolutely. -You have to do that because being a good judge doesn’t mean that you know all the topics in the world. So, but in this case, issues concerning Sabrimala for instance required good understanding of what is deity, what is this temple all about, and and… -People do go there. I have been there. And so, he didn’t, the supreme court didn’t bring in Shankaracharyas or people like Sri Sri or you know people who are modern gurus or traditional gurus or anybody. They should have brought in a panel of experts and asked to be educated. -Of course. -And they should have kept them as advisors on the case. -You are talking about humility. You are talking about humility. -Yes. That requires humility knowing that we are the supreme court judges but we don’t know certain things. -But they don’t have that humility. I think the Chief Justice is a son of a congress, you know, chief minister, Gogoi. -Yeah. -He was the chief minister of Assam for many many years. I know him. You know! So, his thinking is, you know, whatever, you know, he has that atavism, you know, he thinks like that. He is not going to think, you know, Hindu, you know, he is going to think… -So, the four areas of reform one, -Constitutional. -Constitution, second, -Education. -Education. -It is the decentralization, the bureaucracy… -Decentralization and bureaucracy. -The reform of the bureaucracy and of the Indian Civil Service and the fourth, of course is… -Judiciary. -Judiciary. 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  3. Without doing all those things only
    He has been awarded and by many bad names
    One thing is clear in this country that the Muslim voters are the key point in the elections

  4. Good analysis and conclusions. Providence role is crucial at this stage for suggestions to Fructify.

  5. I absolutely agree with what Mr. Francois is stating about. There are many more things that should have been completed in the last 5 years
    But I would like to say the country like India which has been ruled by invaders who have destroyed our cultural and civilizational values. And It has gone so deep that 5 years is not enough to fix all of these. Though I have to say one thing for sure PM Modi is our best shot who we can expect any revival as of now.

  6. Total Financial crisis since last 5 years.No liquidity in the market. Unplanned too many reforms.Many large Real-Estate Developers got Bankrupts, NBFCs collapsed, Major Domestic Airlines shut-downed. many small & medium Businesses closed, Many lost jobs. Definitely did not help the Middle class Indians.

  7. For 72 years since independence , Leftists , Commies and CONgress CONs have betrayed Hindustan . Nation have tremendous problems .PM Modi have Herculean task before him. Must have two terms to get things going straight .

  8. 1:09: TRUE. TRUE. TRUE!! This election will also decide if India will survive China´s attack, yes or no. If 12.000 years of culture will continue to live – or die. And 13:31:" So many people around the world are LOVERS OF INDIA. Mr. Modi has to call them, bring them HOME to INDIA! "YES, YES, YES, YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! But when I wrote to him on twitter, as I had no e-mail-adress, I did not get any answer. We need a DIRECT way to contact Mr. Modi. Otherwise we are filtered out by the bureaucracy.

  9. This is a very sensible discussion. I'm an Indian so I'll now change the channel to Arnab Goswami. I like the din he brings into my house and head every evening. I like a headache before going to sleep.

  10. Saheb – 1st child – boy or girl but when turn 8, each Indian married father must visit his local Urologist and understand process of Vasectomy. It will stop us from becoming bomb of Dedhso karod

  11. Rajivji and Francoisji, I fully agree with you on the fact that after election Modi distendedd himself from the people who voted him to power. He distended himself from Hinduism just like the sickularists. The policy is this: Hindus, give me your votes and I will not do anything for you in return'. This was the same policy followed by Atal Bihari Vajpai and that is exactly why Vajpai never returned to office. Somehow, once Hindu politicians come to power, they all start looking for the elusive Muslim votes, ignoring their Hindu base.

  12. You have the best PM now and our enemies are waiting to ensure he dnt win.But surprisingly you have many Indian ministers in the opposition who dnt have the love for the country.I stand by my statement.CHANGE TO BE BRING PRIDE TO THE MOTHERLAND.

  13. Extraordinary works of Modi-
    1. 7.5% unemployment.
    2. Fudging of Gdp data ( as per NSSO report about MCA 21 database).
    3. 12000 farmer suicides (as per Ncrb data till 2017).
    4. No bar on foreign funding from corporates from election bonds ( increasing the danger of she'll companies to be used for political funding)
    5. Underperformance on SDG.
    6. Failure to consolidate labour laws.
    7. Increase in terror attacks l, especially in Kashmir up to 300% (Acc to Home Ministry data)
    8. Failure of namami gange, start up india and make in India.
    9. Slowdown of indian economy seen with contraction of industrial production by. 6 percent ( IIp Index).
    10. Lynchings of Muslims and dalits by fanatics of the same ideology.

    And many more..

  14. If Modi decides to change the constitutional structure or education structure do u know what will happen… There will be award wapasi, liberal will call him tyrant who wants to change history, fear mongers will start riot, minority communities or at least one will cry foul, Congress will cry about Hindu terrorisim abroad n many more things like this will happen n worst part is people who might think these things r right but just to showcase that they r liberals they will oppose anything proposed by Modi… A simple example is of toilets, Modi started an initiative n built toilets in many villages with a good motive but still our educated bunch laugh n say Kya kiya 5 saal mea baas toilets banaye isne & they totally forget tat they couldn't do it in 70 years..

  15. From 8th standard specialized course should start. No need of teaching all subjects which will not be helpful for industrialized India.

  16. Francois Gautier is a corrupt person who must have business interests with sangh parivar terrorists. Otherwise how can he call falsification of Indian history as reforms. Sang parivar is filling text books with Hindu fictional stories as the history. This should be resisted by Indian people.

  17. Congress fabricated history with the so called appeased psedo historians, and imposed upon citizens with any change in it intolerant gangs from Bollywood, presstitutes, and award wapsi gang start playing their role

  18. Very good views n suggestions by both Scholars for our systems May they should be on advisory board honorary

  19. Its time that HINDU will get power in their own counntry 🕉️Get this on yuor mind INDIA is hinduism 🕉️
    HINDU LIFE MATTERS VOTE MODI 🕉️

  20. ISLAM is CANCER of the world 👹
    Ban ISLAM from INDIA 🕉️
    Pakistan is islamic👹They convert all non muslim or kill them 👹
    HINDUS its time to wake up get power🕉️

  21. Please check why Xi ping wanted to go to Modi's home village! Some importend Chinese historical scolar has stayed in Modi's village and is born in the village of Xi Ping. This was not Modi's idea. Also chech indias iron curtain surrounding the Chinese string of Pearls.

  22. The first priority should be judiciary, making it fast and universal. No country can be called great unless all the citizen get equal and fast justice.

  23. I agree with Francois Gautiere’s comment that Indian educational institutions produce clones of western people. It instils a Godlessness and a love for western Bohemian way of life. The chief of these are the IITs, IISc, IIMs, AIIMSs, IBSs, Narsi Monjis etc. These institutions produce workers who have been trained at their own costs to work happily in western circumstances. So immediately after graduation a vast majority of the products of these institutions rush to USA, Australia and other “advanced countries” to sell their wares. Asked why they all want to go abroad to earn a living, the common refrain is – if India can pay the same salaries and the same standard of living we will stay. My own relatives who live abroad claim that their politics and even corruption is better than ours. But actually they lead a sad life as second class citizens but that is preferable to them. When their children start leading Bohemian lifestyle they are saddened and rush to India to consult astrologers and perform pujas, homas and shanties.

  24. Majority institutions should be given the same concessions, subsidies, facilities as minority institutions so that we need not rely on missionary institutions. Modi was busy experimenting Smriti Irani, Javadekar etc. Perhaps Modi wanted to make sure he will be coming back for another 5 years.

  25. sir ji the so called educated in India will not understand what you are talking, the intellectual mafia is deep rooted and modi is fighting alone ..the internet channels like the wire, the hindu paper and so many so called educated are missing the point. In tamilnadu cuddalore and ramanathpuram is a big threat on radicalisation and its happenning silently…..and N.ram and like wise have closed their eyes to the real threat. congress policies have ruined India still on British pay rolls are some urban naxals are blind to India's cry for freedom…how can we help ourselves?????

  26. Most places in the West, students are required to take a course on Western Civilization in some way. Reading Plato, Aristotle, Shakespeare, Marx and others is mandatory. In India most students don't read Kālidāsa, Abhinavagupta, Chānakya, Buddha, Vyāsa etc. If Indians become well rooted in Indian culture the need for government protection will go away.

  27. who actually drafted our constitution? Some knight of british ambedkarji was just president of that committee. When our constituion was implemented did they ask the people that whether they r satisfied with it or not? No? They how does these two words come in the constitution that we the people?

    Suprem court functions according to the constituition of india. who appoints these judges? Their own judges select them who's mentality r like their own. So what is the mental frame work of the judges? Go and see the first judges and who appointed them. The function of the judges were to uphold the rule of the queen of england.so?

    Why supreme court uses english only? It is the native language of none of the indians. Why they cant use any other indian languages also in the supreme court? What this mentality signifies?

    Every system in india whether in education, supre court, constituition, administration is based against hinduism. If a nation stresses so much attention to a particular community i.e. hinduism in every instituitiin then the nation must be unofficially hindu. So we demand that the true nature of the nation must be declared that yes we r a hindu rastra.

    Priyam.bharatam
    Sarvada Rakshaniyam

  28. Main problem i read is , 1. political parties deliberately dividing Hindus into Caste,Region etc to retain power. 2. Indian economy is tied to "English" across India forcing all Indians to follow "English language Owners" as source for everything. We are literally following taking "English" along with us into our future forcing our future generations into English into a vicious cycle. 3. These directly making us ignore "Bhartiya Sabhyata"

  29. Francois Gautier is a brilliant human. He must be the advisor to the PMO. Modi will surely win a second term. So will Trump 🌷💐🌷💐. In his second term MODI will rewrite Indian history and present correct history and abolish caste system, bring in uniform civil code, revolutionize education and bring in uniformity and equality in all sectors in Bharat.

  30. Not to forget Modi must clamp down on the hate industry aka presstitute media industry. The antinationals in press and media must be flushed out, the police and judiciary must be cleaned and every city and town municipality must be made professional and state of the art. We need a cleaner and smarter India.

  31. Used to love your articles in The Indian Express! These write ups made me realize that there was no shame in being a Hindu, contrary to CONgress narrative in our syllabi for school and college education

  32. This two intellectual absolutely very much correct that we do have a non-stop election 🗳 in our country which was vested text payer money, vest time of our security forces & vest time of people who depend day to day earning !! Our constitution should be amended that we should have ☝️ election for local , states and federal government !!!

  33. Difference between rusdia& India, dictatorship& democracy, to survive the elections, opposition from party& oppositions. India is very complex, opposition are very much interested only in throwing out mody.

  34. Who is he. Plus minus any thing people of India will think. Who they take decisions for vote. No need the advice of out sider of India. Elites propaganda will not impact in common people.

  35. This was the most rational assessment of modi government. He deserves a second term to make these changes, bcz only he can …

  36. We are so thoroughly impressed/ mentally enslaved by the Gora Sahib that 70 years on we still look to the Gora Sahib to tell us how good or bad we are. For God's Sake get out of this mindset !!

  37. Great Talk by Francois G. & Rajiv

    How i wish this talk reaches every corner of India

    Modi/bjp Must Ignore The Burkhs – Semens-urban naxals -commies of india who will start screaming intolerance/ saffronisation

  38. Modìji Rishirajya forever. Bharatiye Bhaiyo aur Bahano please everyone Support and Vote for BJP Government to protect HINDUTVA, BHARATVARSHA and BHARATIYETA.
    Rudra MAHAKAAL Ki JAI. SHIVOHUM SHIVOHUM.

  39. मुझे अपने प्रधानमंत्री श्री नरेंद्र मोदी पर गर्व है। कोई राजनेता इतना परिश्रमी और प्रतिबद्ध होगा मेरी कल्पना से बाहर है। प्रभु सशक्त भारत के निर्माण के उनके सत्प्रयास में सदा उनके साथ हो यह प्रार्थना है।

  40. gladdened to hear about the stricter visa rules. hope a large amount of missionaries are being thrown out albeit the collaterals

  41. Dear World leaders you should take your power to love all country mankind,any flows should be sorted out by serious meeting of all country heads,but not like meeting will cause world war2 .America should not seek hide and seek game instead guide for more spiritual and fruit full purpose.if America has real strength go for bliss ful ,I mean there is some thing like nature bliss in our child hood,don't devoid of that when think of only world mighty,instead teach work and bliss full nature of mankind are different.

  42. The first order of business for the new parliament should be to declare that:

    1. As the home of Hindu, Jain, Buddhist and Sikh faiths, herein referred to as Indic Faiths, all peoples with a tradition of belonging to these Faith's may reside in India and be eligible for Indian citizenship as provided by law.

    2. Followers of Judaism, Zorasterism , Shinto and other traditional faiths of Japan, China, Korea and southeast Asia can be eligible under this provision as provided by law.

    3. The freedom of religion as provided under Indian laws shall be restricted to the freedom to practice religious traditions but their propagation and proselytizing shall be as regulated by law.

    4. The disposition if monies and material resources obtained by members of non Indic Faiths may be regulated as provided by law.

    5. The freedom of domicile within the Indian republic in States with foreign borders, of citizens of non Indic Faiths, may be regulated by laws, both of the republic and of the affected States.

    Demographic aggression against Indic faiths must be defended aggressively by enacting the above five provisions into the laws of the Indian Republic. This must be done in conjunction with removing all religion neutral "secular" provisions on the books, by constitutional amendments, I'd necessary. If that requires specifying the special place for Indic Religous traditions in India, then that must be done at the same time. This must be done now.

    Please copy and paste this post in correspondence with all persons in and out of the Indian government and other organizations who can bring about these urgent necessary changes. Good luck to us all.

  43. In this election BJP is going to win by default of Congress and Opposition's Harakiri of openly antagonizing Hindus and courting the Minority with appeasement and anti-hindu vitriol.If last election victory of BJP was enabled by Modi, this election's BJP win was despite Modi and thanks to Sonia Gandhi's push towards Minority appeasement.It is also mistake to reduce BJP as a one man show and all about Jawaharlal Modi.If Indira was India and AIndia was Indira, then RSS has come up with that very same Personality Cult sans Ideology. Still, BJP is going to win more than 300 seats only because of the Hindu anger. So this time RSS has that responsibility and accountability to Hindu constituency and must get serious with this juvenile Indira Gandhi cult and put in place a clear Agenda like Trump did with the help of his thinktanks. BJP leaders are very poorly grounded in Ideology and are sitting in seats of power without a clue about the existential threat hindu samaj is facing.Most BJP leaders are leaders who know just to dress well for the evening. RSS must deliver for the hindus and that is not possible with these kind of dandy circus.If they fail this second time, then hindu Votes will revert back to Caste and Regional Identity Politics since that will deliver things for them.RSS will lose its credibility.

  44. The  poll 
    for  2019  Lok 
    Sabha  in  India 
    concluded  on  19 
    May  ,  2019. 
    Various  TV  news 
    channels  had  done 
    enough  home –work  to 
    bring  out  their 
    estimates  about  the 
    polls  while  the 
    actual  results   are 
    scheduled  to  be 
    out  on  23 
    May  ,  2019.  
    Almost  all  TV 
    news  channels  opined 
    in  the  exit 
    poll  results  that 
    NDA  led  by 
    Narendar  Modi  is  set  to 
    gain  absolute  majority 
    to  come  to 
    power.    BBC  news 
    said  that  Narendar 
    Modi  is  coming 
    to  power  as 
    per  exit  poll 
    results.  In  this 
    context  ,  it 
    may  be  apt 
    to  refer  to 
    this  Vedic  astrology 
    writer’s  predictive  theme   in 
    hitherto  well –known  article 
    –  “  The 
    Year  2019  Astrologically  for 
    India”  –  published 
    last  year  on 
    7  October  , 
    2018  at  theindiapost.com.  The 
    related  text  in  the  article 
    reads  like  this 
    :-

    “  NOW 
    HERE  ,  THE 
    YEAR  2019  IS 
    IN  THE  FOCUS 
    ABOUT  INDIA ,  WHEN 
    MULTI  SECTIONS  OF 
    SOCIETY  ARE  LIKELY 
    TO  PRESENT  A 
    SCATTERED  POLITICAL  PICTURE. 
    A  KIND  OF 
    POLITICAL  HYSTERIA  CATERING 
    TO  VARYING  VESTED 
    INTERESTS  LOOKS  TO 
    BE  COMING  UP. 
    BUT  THRUST  OR 
    MORE  APPEAL  SEEMS 
    TO  BE  FOR 
    ASPIRATIONS  HAVING  UNIVERSAL 
    FAIRNESS  ,  UPRIGHT 
    SPIRIT  ,  AND 
    NATIONAL  FERVOR.  SUCH 
    A  PARTY  OR 
    PERSON  LOOKS  TO 
    BE  COMING  TO 
    THE  CENTRE –  STAGE 
    AND  GATHER  POPULAR 
    SUPPORT  FOR  SOVEREIGN 
    POWER  IN  COMING 
    YEAR  2019.” 

    https://www.theindiapost.com/headline/the-year-2019-astrologically-for-india/

  45. Most Important is the Common Civil Code. Constructional amendment for A Presidential Form of Government and finally define and INDIAN National ( INDIAN CITIZEN). Now every INDIAN is called a Bengali, Gujrathi, Tamilian, Malayali, etc etc ( 29 states or so). YOU are first and INDIAN and everything else afterwards. You should be proud to be called INDIAN and nothing else, no Brahman, high or low.
    No Reservation except for Economical Reason. Judiciary has business to interfere,Interpret in Cultural matters of our Ancient Civilization. They should be highly accountable on matters concerning Laws made by the Parliament. They should not interpret the law. Executive should be ruthless on law breakers. No appeal to be entertained by the Courts.

  46. Unless Mr Modi throws out people like Jaitly and brings in likes of Dr.Subramanian Swamy govt will continue functioning like a congress govt minus corruption.

  47. Three more things:
    1. Amend the RTE(right to education) law which is discriminatory against Hindu-run institutions and killing small, quality education-giving institutions.
    2. Free Hindu temples from govt control and let them freely follow age old local temple traditions.
    3. Control the missionary activities and conversions of Hindus. If the need be, bring in Anti-conversion law, like Nepal.

  48. Sir, Does your Foundation approach BJP or Modi for the needed suggestions you suggested. Even Sadguru Jaggi VASUDEV says we are shifting to a Dharma of NONDUALITY from the Kali Dharma of Duality, and huge changes shall happen in India in 5-10 yrs that will influence the world too later. And Sadguru has good relationship with Modi, when Modi ji was invited to ISHA Shivratri program once. But to implement your suggestions need the support of Nature or Divine Grace, for the Indian people to even forcibly understand that Nature may force greedy capitalists and Muslims+communists to have a war of Trade, which is detrimental to whole world. And as such situations happen, it will be easier for MODI to get Indians accept the DHARMIC POLICIES you suggested, to be implemented so that slowly both CAPITALISTS AND MUSLIMS can come to terms with SANATANA DHARMIC POLICIES of India, before its too big a dangerous trade war happening between them, that can prove detrimental to whole world and India too if it happens in a big way!

  49. I was lucky to read Mr Gautier's book "A history of India as it happened "..wonderful..was in tears in the concluding part..merci beaucoup.

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