Narendrabhai Modi article in TIME

There’s an article on Shri Narendra Modi in TIME. I have not read it as it is behind a subscription wall but I am fairly certain that it will have the usual bs about the Hindu-Muslim riots and will probably not mention that a Muslim mob torched a train compartment killing innocent pilgrims that set off the horrifying communal riots in which not just Muslims but Hindus were killed too. However, I am not unhappy that NM is being talked about as a future PM of India. India needs a major miracle to save it from total disaster and that I believe would be if NM were to lead India. Note “lead” as opposed to the current “rule” by an Italian woman.

Author: Atanu Dey


5 thoughts on “Narendrabhai Modi article in TIME”

  1. Now that the UPA II is in shambles and is hurtling down the path of sure destruction the people will get a chance to choose again. Lets hope that they choose wisely and we see Narendrabhai leading the government in New Delhi.


  2. Well, from day one NaMo was projected as a main culprit behind sabarmati express coach burning by sick Indian English media. Its only after (10 years) HC ruling and not one or two or three but 30 convicts either sentenced to life term (20) or hanged (10) that now their focus has shifted from ‘Modi invloved in burning’ to ‘Modi was complacent during riots’.

    They will never let you know trivia such as.. two of the convict’s were married to Pakistani woman.


  3. So we’ll hate him. Because he’s the hero India deserves, but not the one it needs right now. So we’ll hunt him. Because he can take it. Because he’s not our hero. He’s a silent guardian, a watchful protector. A dark knight.


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