Friday, 25 November 2016

Top 10 reasons why you should hate Modi/Top 10 ten things you should know about Modi

                       Image result for narendra modi wallpaper

Born in 1950 in a family of Grocery shop owner, Modi started selling tea at a bus stand due to his financial problems and not being virtue at studies.
Because of his hard work he became the CM of Gujarat back in 2002. Since 26 May 2014, he has been serving as the prime minister of the world’s seventh largest country ‘India’. He is also the leader of Bharatiya Janta Party and a Member of Parliament.
Being the PM of India, he has some flaws and negativity.
In Feb. 2002, he was involved in something so bad that humanity was put to shame.
There are some facts about India’s PM with which most people are not familiar with and here is a list of The Top 10 ten things you should know about Modi and at the same time 10 ten reasons why you don’t really know Modi.

1. FAKE DEGREES             
                            Image result for modi fake degree

Basically the moment one hears “tea seller” one naturally starts wondering about how he got his degrees with an expression ‘OMG! If he really had some degree why was he serving India as a tea-seller?’
That’s not my justification for why his degrees are fake.
Let’s talk about his official birthdate, it’s September 17, 1950, but when his degree certificate doesn’t seem to agree with us on that as it says ‘nope, it’s august 29, 1949.’

It can’t just be an uninvolved inaccuracy. The date, month and year are totally not coordinating. There’s a difference of about a year.
According to Modi, “It was just a rude mistake” but again that’s not the only rationale. In his BA mark sheet, his name is printed as ‘Narendra Kumar Damodard Modi’ while in his BA and MA degree certificates, his name is spelled as ‘Narendra Damodard Modi’
Think about it! No explanation to what just happened with his name and dear readers, you should really hear this;
The College from where he obtained his MA degree has no known history of political science and when asked, again he had nothing to say about it.
Modi seems like a nice pal to have with you, he already has made so many friends since his becoming the PM. Ever give a thought about his degree mates? Being more like a celebrity, his mates would have raised hands clamming that ‘No! No! He was in the exam cell, sitting right next to us’ but they seem like unborn.
Whoops...Even the media has nothing to say about it.
If the ‘Prime minister of India’ can crook and artifice when it comes to degree! Why can’t he double-cross India?

Ref. http://www.dailyo.in/politics/modi-fake-degree-row-aap-kejriwal-amit-shah-gujarat-university/story/1/10514.html
2. Prime Minister? More like travel buddy.
         
                                   
Image result for modi travel

Modi has visited 44 countries in just 2 years including 54 foreign trips to six continents and in last 15 months alone, he has visited 25 countries. In fact his visit to US was double the two times.
Since Modi became PM of India, he has travelled almost every day.
According to my research, in 2014 Modi has visited 10 countries, in 2015 he has visited 30 countries and in 2016 he visited 17 countries.
And if we take a look at India, it’s more like suffering in a very bad situation. People are on roads, they have no clothes, no shelter and about 21.9% of its population is below its official poverty limit. Or about 276 million people live below $1.25 per day on purchasing power parity. But not caring about these facts, Modi has become more like a ‘travel buddy’. No doubt before taking this position in India, he promised to erase poverty as much as he could but it’s clear enough for us to see that he doesn’t intend anything such.

Modi’s travel bills cost INR 3.17 billion. Think about it! Instead of wasting all this money if he actually would have contributed it to poor families. He could have melted our hearts but instead he chooses not to care about his own people.
Isn’t that enough to hate him? Air India spent INR 1.17 billion in 2015-16 on Modi’s travel and, yes, they did provide some economic benefit, but is that enough?
In May, during the droughts in India, Sankaracharya (leader of Hindu religion and freedom fighter) focused PM on building toilets but instead of doing that PM ensured people had drinking water and after that he wasn’t seen in India because he was so busy in packing.
People die, families cry and richer grows richer! That’s what is happening in India.
The real truth is that most of them aren’t suffering anymore. They just committed suicide! Shan't I say, “Eradicate poverty by eradicating the poor.”

3. Modi vs. Media

                                 
Before people elected Modi as the PM of India, media believed that if there is someone who can save India it’s him, Narendra Modi. But that was before, right?
Today even an illiterate person can understand the tricks the Indian lion is playing with them and now even the Indian media is opposing him and questioning his methods.
Every time Modi tries to make things right he does his best but NOPE! Nothing comes off .
The media vs. Modi here refers to more like ‘media vs. invisible Modi.’ It’s quite bizarre.
Something happens in India, Modi is either the last person or the invisible person to speak about it.
‘Silence speaks louder than words.’ Talking about his part in 2002 Gujarat riots, Modi gave a bullet-shot answer because when the media tried to get the truth out of him he starts talking about Indian enemies, it’s not even relevant! And in a well scripted way he wished them GOOD LUCK!
In his interviews he comes out as an offbeat but, “Hey! He never acts rude.”
At the time when he was just the CM of Gujarat, he behaved in a very calm way. And now the script just changed.
It was pride that did this all! Even after all his hatred and fake promises, people would have still accepted him if he could have re-built a cooler relation with media.
And it looks like media is playing tug-of war with Modi.
Every time media try to question and they’re very close to get their answers, but in a sudden moment’s time, they fail.
In fact media is trying in every possible way to expose Modi and looks like Modi knows how to keep media with short turf.
By sharing clear and pure messages he actually leaves no way.

Ref. http://www.oneindia.com/feature/modi-versus-media-invisible-battle-india-witnessinga-at-moment-1494216.html


4. FAKE FOLLOWERS!     
                             Image result for modi fake followers

You may really want to hear this! Modi is the most followed Indian on twitter and that’s really not a joke. He has more than 22.1 million followers on twitter and is the 2nd most followed politician in the whole world, after Barack Obama, according to Google. Well, now I think it’s the best time to lift the curtains and let ‘behind the scene’ part of the movie be played.According to a software created by a group of engineers in London which can calculate the percentage of fake followers on Twitter found that Modi’s account has 46% fake followers and 41% inactive users, manifesting that he only 13% of  his “21.1 million followers” are real.Talking about the people who follow him, they have never tweeted, have no followers, no profile picture and have more than 10 similar Twitter IDs. This cannot just be deemed a co-incidence.It’s like “everyone wants more and more followers on twitter but who does this fake policy”On 7th of April, his account added 280,000 followers.Just a single day!How? Your guess is as good as mine! You can shout out and say ‘Yup! Fake followers’
honestly speaking even if he is the most followed person in India, for what he has done, I don’t think he should have been one.


Ref. http://www.youthconnect.in/2013/12/02/43-narendra-modis-twitter-followers-dont-profile-picture-fake/

 5. Listed in Top Criminals by Google

                             Image result for modi in top criminals

This is the strangest argument we’re going to talk about.
Modi being the prime minister of India actually was listed in the list of top criminals by Google images.
You don’t believe me? Do you?
Google felt sorry for this ridiculous mistake but the truth remains uncovered. Now either they remove it or keep it. It’s not going to delete the memory in our brains.
Google replied by saying “we apologise for our confusions or misunderstandings this has created”
It wasn’t imprecise what Google said. On an average if a person murders someone he gets locked for a life-time but here ‘Was it his luck or his position that saved him! I can’t possibly say anything.’
He did crimes against humanity and put animals to shame.
Google is just a search engine, it can only come up with what’s already out there, it can’t manipulate facts.
The real truth is that Modi being the PM of India can’t handle the reality.
He was even internationally declared as a terrorist and for this reason his visa was denied by USA but that was before he became the PM of India.
Meanwhile, according to some people being a terrorist is not something new for him.




6. FAKE PROMISES                             

                                           Image result for modi fake promises

Every leader makes promises, well! That’s what actually leaders do to get votes. But here, in Modi case it looks more like ‘are you kidding me’?
He has made so many promises that even he forgot about them! Every campaign for Modi was Fake. Everything he did was opposite to what he used to say.
Today he rules more than 1.3 billion people but it’s all based on lies. He actually knows how to lie and make fool out of people.
Patriots! close your eyes. You don’t have to read this one.
If I’ll start making a long list, we all are going to feel dizzy. So, let’s see the basic crazy promises he has made and, sorry to say! Do they even exist?
His schemes for spurious medicines which instead of curing diseases proved economic benefit and created more illness. He even promised to bring down prices, create employment, make the country corruption free but as I said he failed. Not just failed! He actually did nothing!
In Assam he promised to solve foreigners’ issue on Muslims, forgetting that every Muslim is a foreigner for him.
He even blamed ex. Prime minister of India ‘Manmohan Singh’ and made fun of him when it came to ‘money fall’ but the reality is that when he became the ‘prime minister of India’. It was even worse.
Clean-up of Ganga? Wi-Fi zones? Tourist projects? Task force? Centre-state relation? Social issues? Rationalisation? Fund for modernisation?  FEI? RPWD? Sports system?
Ah! Never mind these all are just words.

ref.
http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/other-states/people-have-realised-modi-made-false-promises/article8325111.ece

7. Mann Ki Baat (ideas in mind)             

                             Image result for mann ki baat

Mann ki baat is a monthly programme organized by PM Modi. In this programme he speaks out his heart and desires broadcasted live on all India radio and Doordarshan.
Is “Mann ki baat” really a meaningful programme? No doubt it has ‘some advantages’ but not talking about supreme things on a specific time doesn’t make it much powerful.
Evidence? Well! I grabbed some.
On 22nd Mann ki baat programme, Modi spent about 35 minutes talking to the listeners on AIR about some government initiatives for pregnant women, placing importance to Rio Olympics, he also spent ample time talking about a very unimportant topic ‘Rakhi- bond’ (Bond of Protection
between brother and sister)
Not even throwing a little ray on Kashmir issue, atrocities against Dalits mainly by ‘Gau rakshaks’ (Indian Cow Protection Organization)
That time whole Kashmir was shut down, more than 1000 were injured in just one day but Modi being the PM of India ignored the main problems while the “integral part” and the rest India was waiting for him to speak about K-issue.
What came out was creating a bond.
Even Dalit case wasn’t any ordinary one. The Indian Dalits i.e. ‘people who belong to the lowest caste’ were beaten, raped, abused and killed. In Rajasthan 50-65% of all crimes have Dalits as victims.
Meanwhile in Bihar, about 6721 to 7893 cases of atrocities against Dalits were reported. Most of the Dalit families are unemployed due to their “low caste” but Modi turned a blind eye on these problems.
In 2015 he delivered a speech mentioning
Dilip Singh Malviya, a 71 year old mason from Madhya Pradesh, who offered to build toilets for his village mates at no cost. But what Malviya told India express was something different. He said that ‘I never said don’t pay me? I only said pay me when you get money, I have 8 children, my wife. I have a family’

Ref.
https://www.scoopwhoop.com/PM-Modi-Mann-Ki-Baat-lie/#.ft4n16lv2
http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-news-india/mann-ki-baat-prime-minister-narendra-modi-speech-today-live-latest-updates-2945581/

  8. NATIONAL THREAT 
                           
Here comes the ‘game changer’, MEDIA! A member of Aam Aadmi party, Mr. Ashutosh blamed Modi for wholly being a national threat. 
A threat for whole India!
Ashutosh blamed him not only as a threat but also for breaching national security during a terror attack in Pathankot in 2016.
Modi was called to be the biggest threat to humanity because he permitted some Pakistani officials in Pathankot and were blood-washed!
This incident was not much famous indeed you may not know about it but according to the political parties in India he is considered as a threat.
In Kashmir ‘the integral part of India’, in 2016 more than 100 people have been killed by the “security forces” and Kashmiri economy has suffered INR 1000+ crore. Modi was not able to blame anyone for this crisis and he hardly showed any interest in ‘Kashmir freedom issue’ it clearly shows that PM is interested in land and not in people.
“People are blind, world is not blind” this stuff clearly says that ‘yes! Modi! You heard me right, you’re a national threat’


Even most of the people on twitter show little importance to Mann ki baat programme.
And again ‘without checking, he goes on saying! Without doing something, he goes on shouting!’

ref.
http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/export-of-terror-is-common-security-threat-modi-at-asean-summit/article9084685.ecehttp://jagrukbharat.com/7846/shocking-ashutosh-aap-calls-modi-national-threat



9. MURDERER!


 He actually wasn’t the Prime minister of India, he was born with a malicious brain, and he proved that when he killed more than 2000 Muslims in Gujarat. This fuss started when people made him the Chief Minister of Gujarat in 2001.
It wasn’t long before Hindus started playing “revenge” game on Muslim neighbours.
According to my research about 98,000 people were displaced and more than 1000 Muslims were killed, about 25000 injured and 223 were reported missing and about 40000 people lost their homes.
It was Modi’s army, his people who started raping, burning, and murdering and instead of trying to preventing, protecting the people, what did he do? He actually supported it. Astounding, isn’t it?
Back in 2002 he was a member of Hindu nationalist ideology and “instructed nothing against! Enjoyed blood! ”. According to the oxford dictionary a Murderer is
A person who commits murder.”
Isn’t that what he did? Many people tried to arrest him but failed! Now, he’s not only the Chief Minister, but became the Prime minister of India, roaming freely around the country.
It is also believed that Modi led some extra special people in killing the Muslim population and looks like they vanished from earth.
He is not a role model but a fake idol! Even Sonia Gandhi (President of the Indian National Congress party
since 1998) calls Modi “maut ka saudagar” (Dealer of death). And now people of India are actually looking forward to him leabing the seat. But guess what? He won’t.
Now the question remains “will they ever get justice?”

Ref.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2003/aug/18/india.uk
http://archive.indianexpress.com/news/no-2002-no--maut-ka-saudagar--sonia/1042507/ 


10. Modi should not have been the PM of India
  

 What if he is a bad leader?
What if he isn’t?
The truth remains unanswered but, Oh! The truth just leaps out, it say’s “Who said he isn’t a bad leader? He really is”
After those 9 points do you really think this person should lead a nation for a term of 5 years?
Looking at the situation in India, he can’t even rule for one day. The strange thing is that even being the PM of India, the ex. Prime minister has to repeat it 100 times in his ear ‘you are the PM of India’
according to ex. PM of ‘Manmohan Singh’, “the situation in India is worse and the government is not able to do anything”. Even if we look at Modi’s background, it seems peculiar to have him as the PM and when talking about 2002 Gujarat Riots, he should have been in jail.
‘History repeats itself’ totally makes sense here!
Modi is failing in every aspect. It’s been 2 years since he ruled India and he has actually made farmers commit suicide.
Every thing can come back, the harmony, that beauty in Goa, pride of Mumbai city, people laughing on streets, kids walking without having fear of getting kidnapped. This all can come back but we’ll just have to make some simple changes in India like change the government, speak a little less and do things, more importantly, change the PM.
Another question is being raised here:
He was a ‘tea-seller’ and now he has become one of the richest men.
Now the question that I raise is;
Does he want to make everyone in India a “tea-seller”?
If yes,
transpire. If no, terminate NOW!


Now that's what came in my mind!
either you think he's right for you or not, I just put down some facts about him!

Hope you like it in a positive way! 



Sunday, 13 November 2016

WAR OF WORDS: 11 TIPS AND 35 TRICKS TO WIN A DEBATE.

Image result for debate tumblr


Do you know how to win an argument?
When we talk about an argument we simply name it “debate”
Debate is all about playing a game, either you win or you lose.
It’s a war where sometimes you’ll have to deal with your best friends. It’s a part of our life.
Doing what it takes to win a debate, because you have to win.
Even if opposing mates are someone you hate the most, this is the best way to start a war with them. “War of words”

1.  Check Every Link on Google.
You know, when you’re given a motion but you still lose the debate.
Even if you do your best but the other side wins! Because you lack the knowledge!
Now, the first thing you have to do is to Search on Google, click on every link.
Even check the images and bars on internet.
And don’t forget to check the news bar; you need to pick up issues with some real life examples. That’s how you’re going to be strong.

2. Think Negative.

If you’re on an opposing or proposing side, the other chair is going to speak with no obstacle and no mistake. It’s really hard to figure out the rebuttals but it isn't that difficult.
Even if you’re cool and calm person who always supports the truth.
Mind that it’s a debate and you've to win.
To win the argument, sometimes you’ll have to support the odds by taking things negatively.
Just for that moment, you have to think negative, to oppose them.
 E.g. if they make a point saying “social media is used for chatting”
Think negative, don’t leave winning points without rebuttals.
Say “if it’s about chatting, then why do we even have mouth?”
Note: don’t just raise questions, explain the theory.

3. Elaborate it.

You have to speak for at least seven minutes! You know that?
These seven minutes are the most hectic minutes of our life.
You actually have to speak without a pause.
HOW? It’s quite easy! “Make your personal story”
but the story should be based on real facts and an argument. While telling a story elaborate what you say, you need to utilise your time.
Adding unnecessary comments or arguments is one of the most likely pitfalls of writing a political debate. Make absolutely certain that each and every comment that your characters voice is for a specific purpose. Everything must have an intended result and meaning.

4. DON’T BE EMOTIONAL

It’s not only about the two teams;
remember the audiences and judge is watching you.
Debate isn’t about showing emotions, you need to be strong and hard as rock.
If a mother lost her son, she just lost it because ( give political reasons )
don’t be like “ a mom lost her only precious son, she cried all day and night, her tears were falling like rain drops, blah…blah…”

5.  ASK QUESTIONS.

You don’t only have to sit and listen. It’s quite obvious that while thinking negative, questions will arise in your mind.
No, don’t hide them in your head; don’t think too much, just raise questions.
Raise your hand, say point of information and continue doing that until the speaker takes the question.
If this technique fails, don’t worry!
you can still raise this in your rebuttals

6. TEAM WORK.

Even if you’re losing or winning, you don’t have to be yourself.
Remember it’s a team work and this is the best thing about debate.
Even if your mates are your biggest enemies, you need to forget everything about it.
“share your points, share your arguments”

7.  PRETEND LIKE YOU’RE AN ATHEIST.

When we take about debate, it means that you can’t include any religion.
If you try to include any religion, you’re going to lose your point.
And if the other chair has a strong argument based on religion, you can still oppose it by saying “I'm an atheist”
Now if including the religion is very important but you don’t know how?
Here is a trick “explain the religion, then prove a point”
It’s better if you won’t involve any religion.

8.  DEFINE MOTION.

This is the best part for being on the proposing side. You actually get a chance to define the motion in whatever way you want.
The debate is all based on the definition.
Defining is easy but you need to make it hard for the opposing side.
If the opposing team has a very story argument or any argument but you define the motion in some other way, they’ll have to change their arguments.
E.g. if the motion is
“THBT smoking should be banned”
define the motion as “smoking is a candy, people love it! And it makes them feel good.”

9.  LISTEN CAREFULLY.

If you want to get over them, listen to the other chair very carefully.
Remember that every point is based on this point.

·      If you want to oppose?
·      If you want to raise questions?
·      If you want to work like a team?
·      If you want to rebuttal?
·      If you really want to win?
It’s quite simple! Listen to them with all ears.

10. ARGUMENTS.

Elaborate your arguments but the arguments should be worth talking about.
Just like you have a chapter in a book. Let’s say ‘gravity’
first the writer explains what gravity is and to clearly make us understand, he includes some sub-topics like ‘g on earth, value of gravity, free-fall, etc.’
That’s what debate is about! You have to speak about the motion with subtopics.
Now replace sub-topics with arguments. Yes! That’s it.
Remember that the argument should be strong.
e.g. “ smoking should be banned because it causes lung cancer”
not like “smoking should be banned because I don’t like it


11. BE CONFIDENT AND STRONG

No matter what the motion is, and whoever is on the other side, and even if you’re shivering.
You don’t need to show it, they’re going to play with your weaknesses.
Act like you know everything and you’re going to win the debate.
And don’t look at the next chair while answering a question or while speaking, look at the judge and audiences, try to make them laugh.
And be confident.
E.g. if the chair asks you a POI like “If someone want to look like bill gates, can he?
No, no! Don’t think about it! He’s confusing you,
try answering positively.
Say “oh yes! Why not”

“35 TRICKS” IT WORKS! TRUST ME

1.   Check this link out -  idebate.org
2.   Be sarcastic
3.   Insult them

4.   But don’t any vulgar word

5.   Watch big bang theory

6.   Listen carefully

7.   Think negative

8.   Figure out their weakness’

9.   Ask questions ( even if you have none, ask random one’s)

10.       Irritate them

11.       Give examples (as much as you can)

12.       Make your own story

13.       Define your argument in a funny way (not always)

14.       Team work

15.       Share your points

16.       Don’t use quotes

17.       Try to make the judge laugh
18.       whip should be funny

19.       Make a scene ( drama)

20.       Clap loudly when you make a point

21.       Don’t be emotional

22.       Use funny mimes

23.       Pretend like you’re winning

24.       Don’t include religion

25.       Say yes! And yes! And yes!

26.       Look at the judge, when answering any question or speaking

27.       Make hand moments

28.       Try to get attention

29.       Ask for solutions

30.       Distract them

31.       Think like a human

32.       Use facts

33.       Stay focused

34.       Don’t lose hope


35.       Keep challenging.