Gandhigiri Is A Failed Concept


What exactly the government’s problem with Anna Hazare wanting to fast is hard to understand, especially now that it is becoming clearer that he’s doing it all for publicity and doesn’t care all that much about eradicating corruption.

Gandhigiri is a concept that failed the moment it came into being. Keeping your head bowed before your oppressors, turning the other cheek – hey, if I slapped somebody and they showed me the other cheek, I would slap them again.

Gandhi himself was a dull guy who wrote the most boring book ever, so it would do people good to stop hailing him as some kind of a hero, because he wasn’t one. He was just a very nice guy, but we’ve all been nice guys at some point, and don’t we know what happens to nice guys? They get fucked over.

Here’s an example: When the Sri Ram Sene invaded a Mangalore pub and harassed the youngsters there, the dumbfucks of our country launched a ‘pink chaddi campaign’. The girls sent pink underwear to the Sene chief Pramod Mathalik, but apart from getting nationwide coverage, the campaign didn’t do anything. Oh yeah, it made the girls feel important.


Now imagine the members of Sri Ram Sene surrounded by several pissed-off youngsters and getting the thrashing of a lifetime. Does that sound more effective?

Candlelight vigils, signing online petitions, protest marches, sending pink panties to extremists – none of these Gandhian tactics have ever worked… or to put it another way, they have never worked.

When a child is sulking because it wants to, you let it sit in the corner and sulk.

On this Independence Day, India should start freeing itself of empty vessels like Anna Hazare and Baba Ramdev. Let the motherfuckers fast for as long as they want can and get coverage till the media and the public are bored of them, because the moment they’re told they can go ahead and fast is when you’ll see them gulp.

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16 Responses to “Gandhigiri Is A Failed Concept”

  1. August 15, 2011 at 03:48

    Very well written blog… Makes all the sense on this planet earth!


  2. 2 Nikhil Allug
    August 15, 2011 at 04:01

    you should watch an Academy nominated german film on Hitler’s last 10 days called Der Untergang (Downfall). He did not let go till the very end and kept his head high by asking his chief that after he commits suicide he and his wives body should be burnt immediately so that the Ruskies dont get their hands on him dead or alive. Whatever be his ideologies, he knew that you have to fight if you want to win or die losing. there are no two ways about it.


  3. August 15, 2011 at 05:05

    Oh, the priceless captions. xD


  4. August 15, 2011 at 14:49

    I always thought Mahatma Ghandi was a great instrument in gaining independence for India.


  5. 6 Bumblebee
    August 17, 2011 at 08:50

    Gandhi was responsible for the partition of India. He was all for it but eventually matters spiraled out of his control and things went haywire. It’s great that Nathuram Godse shot him dead. Good riddance.


  6. 7 Gore
    September 4, 2011 at 19:29

    Bashing patriotism is the new hip young progressive thinkers tool.Douches


  7. December 7, 2011 at 08:52

    agreed i never believed in Gandhigiri either. In fact Don’t even believe in Gandhi himself. I believe he was a politician.


  8. 9 Anonymous
    December 7, 2011 at 12:15

    Instead of writin borin juvenile blog why don’t u take gun n put a bullet in the head of the moFo ur talkin bout….


  9. December 7, 2011 at 15:23

    i dont completely agree and what you say sounds rather juvenile in certain places. Its not just one thing that works while the other doesnt. It isnt that gandhigiri is complete chutiyagiri nor was it that gandhigiri was the sole reason for independence. Gandhi was a leader born at the right time & place to bring together a mass crowd. At the same time, just as important were the contributions of people like Bhagat singh & Bose. Together they created a momentum enough to overthrow the british.

    So yeah while I dont really believe in Anna Hazare, we do need a leader to pull the crowd in one voice without getting violent, to properly tackle serious issues rather than politicising the subject and gain publicity.

    and bang on the spot : corruption isnt about the government. Its us ourselves. We’re corrupted at the tiniest levels and thats why this shyte of a government came to power. thats the root of it all in the first place.


  10. 12 krish
    June 27, 2013 at 12:03

    a whole lot of cocksuckers here seem to know Gandhi, Anna or Ramdev personally to pass their mutha fucking judgement, fools


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