What sort of idiots we are or what sort of idiots we are made to look like or what sort of idiots we have been made to be fooled around so easily.
And resultantly and not so reluctantly we are forced to think about the question and the prospect, time and again, with an increasing frequency – are we a failed democracy? Are we a falling nation?
It is because ‘they’ have reduced the ordinary Indian to a mere living creature whose life doesn’t matter; the living creature, ‘the ordinary Indian’ who doesn’t figure anywhere on any priority list.
So, sometime, some of us are killed, sometimes, dozens of us are killed, sometimes, hundreds are us are killed, and sometimes, thousands of us are killed, but ‘they’ remain unaffected, shrugging off every big or small disaster as if it was just an incident in passing and was to be conveniently ignored.
Instead, ‘they’ comfortably prey upon the developments to further their selfish agenda.
And even if ‘they’ look to come into some action, it is because ‘they’ see some political points to score in a particular case.
And who is this ‘they’ who has reduced us, the ordinary Indians, to such a state of human ruin?
This ‘they’ is the ‘group’ that defines itself from among us but places its members in a separate, superior class, pushing us to the periphery.
It is a ‘they’ that claims to be our representative only in order to claim the territory that rightfully belongs to us, the Republic called India.
So, who is this ‘they’?
This ‘they’ is a macrocosm of almost of the politicians, most of the bureaucrats, many of the business elite working in collusion with the politicians, the goons and the goons-turned-politicians. Sadly, the umbrella to cover the realm of ‘they’ is rapidly getting wider.
It is a ‘they’ that was once dependent on us and is now fast becoming parasitic on us, working day and night to reduce us to a life of ‘secondary and unwanted citizens’.
‘Their’ brazenness is in full fervour; is on full display!
And we, the idiots, the common Indians, are acting and are still poised to act as the mute spectators, allowing them to further ‘their’ class of superiority at the cost of us.
The ‘enough is enough’ crossed its limit much ago but why are we acting in small pockets only, something that is nothing more than ‘not acting at all’ in a country of over a billion?
©/IPR: Santosh Chaubey – https://santoshchaubey.wordpress.com/