Popular uprising hit the elite in India

A new anti-corruption Peoples party oust the two national parties in India, to take 67 of 70 seats in New Delhi state assembly.

Nothing but a politican  earthquake. The whole elite of New Delhi was voted out of the assembly.
Nothing but a politican earthquake. The whole elite of New Delhi was voted out of the assembly.

 

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) juggernaut steamrollered its opponents as it scored an overwhelming victory in the Delhi assembly polls on Tuesday, handing the BJP its first electoral defeat since Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the party to power in last year’s general election. The AAP won 67 seats in the 70-member House, going far beyond the most optimistic exit polls and its own wildest expectations, while the BJP was left bruised in a distant second place with just three seats. The Congress, reeling from a string of defeats since it was routed in the Lok Sabha polls, drew an ignominious blank.

Source: The Hindustan Times.

My comment:

Dynasty rule, promoters of post-colonialism and braminism were all royally defeated in the election in New Delhi.

The two national parties in India, The Congress party and the BJP hardly got seats when Arvind Kejriwal’s new anti-elite peaty won 67 out of 70 seats.

India did not become a free nations when the British empire handed control over the Queens diamond to the Nehru Gandhi dynasty in 1947. The people of India are still slaves of brahmanism, the idea that that a hindu priestly class shall rule over 1,1 billion subjects.

Christianity is spreading fast on the subcontinent. The largest group of New Christians comes from the underprivileged classes. Today almost all citizens of Delhi voted for peace, independence and a corruption free governance of India.

May Jesus the Messiah bless the whole nation, and bring it further into repentance.

Written by Ivar

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2 thoughts on “Popular uprising hit the elite in India

  1. Today, I am proud to be an Indian. A ordinary salaried man, win a landslide victory. Could this happen in America? Can anyone enter the White House without having backing of 100 million dollars, and the support of the ruling elite? When was there ever true democracy in Washington D.C?

    Praise Jesus the Messiah for the new Chief Minister in New Delhi. May he find peace with God, and be found in the Kingdom of Heaven. Amen.

    1. I think that there was true democracy at one time in America–when most people adhered to Christian principles, even if they were not believers themselves. In general, there was “a fear of God in the land.” But, God speaks of the corrupting influence of wealth throughout the Scriptures–and we can see it as an object lesson in the Old Testament accounts of the Israelites. Benjamin Franklin felt that the American people were a good and honorable people because they lacked the corrupting influence of great wealth in its early days. President, Thomas Jefferson warned of the corrupting influence of a European-style central bank (and the “corporations that grow up around it”) and President, Andrew Jackson considered that one of his greatest achievements was his successful combat against the rapacious bankers who insisted that we needed a central bank.

      Wealth brings the temptation to be self-sufficient apart from Christ, who warned us, “Apart from me, you can do nothing.” Evil grows in a world obsessed with ephemeral pleasures. America (and the West, in general) has been materially blessed because of the presence of Christ’s Bride. As the Church has waned, its restraining influenced has waned as well.

      The final irony is that others who have lived under despotism (the Russians and Indians) understand well just how valuable are the principles of truth, justice and the rule of law–as we are losing sight of them.

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