Reality Check India

Even God cannot save this country : Supreme Court

Posted in Uncategorized by realitycheck on August 5, 2008

Even God will not be able to save this country,” a fuming Supreme Court today said while slamming the Government for its refusal to amend the law for launching criminal prosecution against those who illegally occupy official houses. “We are fed up with this Government,” the apex court said, adding “They don’t have the guts to differ with the opinion of the clerks.

Source : Yahoo news

I agree 100%, but I wish for more.

The law should also be amended to enable prosecution of those who consume tea and samosas in official canteens after they retire.

If only we could fix these two – God can save this country !

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  1. reason said, on August 5, 2008 at 5:52 pm

    yes, counting samosas should be a national priority.

    it reflects an absolute failure on all fronts. The contempt of court stuff may be gets people scared. how many courts in TN for example have busied themselves with the affairs of Kushboo and what not? Kushboo’s views on virginity are also a national priority.

    God may need to file a PIL first before he can get anywhere near saving this country.

  2. reason said, on August 5, 2008 at 5:53 pm

    what is with the automatically generated related posts? any way to turn that off?

  3. Cupid said, on August 6, 2008 at 2:53 am

    Why is the court getting so worked up over government accomodation? I just don’t get it – its not their job to fix roads, get government housing vacated, etc. Secondly, why are they fixated on amending this law that too when the government is telling them that a new law is not the answer? This is the same stupid bench that declared a while ago that the Center should dismiss the Karunanidhi government. I mean seriously, judges ought to maintain some dignity by maintaining silence and not making extraneous comments that reflect poorly on them and their office.

    Outbursts of this kind are exceedingly rare in Supreme courts of other countries. In ours, it has become all too common. There is an old saying that it is better to shut up and let people think you are a fool than to open your mouth and confirm it. The court ought to follow that advice.

  4. Chintan said, on August 6, 2008 at 4:26 am

    Cent percent agree with you ..

  5. Barbarindian said, on August 7, 2008 at 12:48 pm

    I mean seriously, judges ought to maintain some dignity by maintaining silence …

    I think part of the problem is that we have corrupted the constitution and its interpretation to such a great extent that passing an objective judgment is nearly impossible. This explains the frustration of the judges.

    Otherwise how do you explain the Congress blocking Gujarat’s state anti-terror law while a similar law was green lighted in Maharashtra?

  6. reason said, on August 7, 2008 at 4:35 pm

    the specific case here is not a constitutional one. I agree that our constitution has been corrupted – it had to be protected from itself through 9th schedule – but that is not the only issue. There is a rush to be ‘progressive’ – and the bar on that is being raised continuously. A lot of the statements are a result of trying to be ‘progressive’. If you follow the thread, you may find some easy targets at the end of these remarks – you may not see the chief-Dalal get hauled up for instance.

  7. TY said, on August 8, 2008 at 4:38 am

    its simple….when one can get samosa’s daily for free then one wud fight for it…

  8. Cupid said, on August 8, 2008 at 12:23 pm

    Reason,

    9th schedule was not a way to protect the constitution but in fact the chief means of its corruption….until it was struck down by the supreme court last year.

    Governments do a lot of unsavory things many a time. But not all of these are expected to be addressed by courts.

  9. B Shantanu said, on August 8, 2008 at 4:41 pm

    @ reason: what is with the automatically generated related posts? any way to turn that off?

    If you are still having problems, pl. go to your “Dashboard”, click on “Design” and then “Extras” – Tick the box that says Hide automatic related posts.

    Hope this helps.

  10. reason said, on August 14, 2008 at 11:18 am

    http://jeyamohan.in/?p=600

    you should read this, if you can read tamil.

  11. realitycheck said, on August 17, 2008 at 7:17 am

    reason,

    Good read.

    For those who cant read –

    So, there is a new attempt to portray the entire Tamil race as “adi-christians” or “thomas-christians”. This includes Saivism and Vaisanivsm, which some believe was confiscated by the foreign aggressors namely Brahmins.

    Reason – there is really nothing new in this – so far Hindus propagated wild theories in the name of the Dravidian movement. Now we have others joining the race.

    Is the entire “rationalism” movement nothing but anti-brahminism ?

    I think no – the entire Dravidian movement is nothing but a political smokescreen to prevent a rational examination of the quota system.

    *All sophisticated theories must wait until the above simple hypothesis is tested. *

    This includes Lemuria, Thomas Christians, Java Man vs Peking Man, Indus valley and other 10000 year civilizations, T-Rex vs Spinosaurus, Greek Brahmins invading and enslaving Tamils (later Telugus, Kannadigas, Malayalis). Every one is entitled to put forward their wildest story – that would hopefully result in some material benefit for them.

    The easiest way to test the above hypothesis is simply to examine the beneficiaries. As some politician suggested during the height of the quota system, This kind of data will be disastrous for the unity and integrity of the country. LOL !


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