1960s and 70s was a period in American politics when Left became Right and Right became Left. I believe a similar inversion is currently going on in India. Read to know more.
Despite claims of its supporters of standing up for equality and justice, communist politics has always been associated with violence, repression, authoritarianism and intolerance of dissidence. However, there is a tendency to romanticize and justify communist excesses as a deviation rather than its characteristic. Such exercises are generally supported by popular culture in movies, television and books. As also by politically motivated left-liberal academics. Here is my attempt to counter that propaganda.
It's been revealed that Rahul Gandhi's new friends at Cambridge Analytica are data thieves who use lies, fake news, prostitutes and social divisions to help their masters win elections. I examine here if the tactics that they used elsewhere will work in India.
Information Factory Bulletin for week 07 of 2018 is here. More political violence in Kerala, communal politics in the Northeast, BJP celebrates Hampi, Congress celebrates Sultanate
Bulletin 02/2018- Success of Swachh Bharat, multiple setbacks to Kerala CM, troubles of left-wing site The Wire, silverware stealing editors & more
In a few days, Narendra Modi will complete three and a half years as Prime Minister of India. National and international leftist media has often painted him as a Hindu nationalist. However, apart from his intermittent public displays of personal religiosity, neither he nor any of his government colleagues has paid even a lip-service in... Continue Reading →
Left-liberals in the Indian media assert that good movies promoting a Hindu cause are not made in India. So, I thought it would be a delightful exercise to highlight a few movies made by masterly filmmakers whose subject matter would make the left-liberals squirm uncomfortably in their seats. First up in this series is a Malayalam movie titled Paithrukam (പൈതൃകം).
The so called "liberals" in India will not ask these questions. Nor will they tolerate anyone who dares to ask these questions.
Editors of Hindustan Times seem to have chosen the side of the political divide that they stand on. News outlets peddling partisan political propaganda will not be a problem as long as they are open and honest about it.