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Monday, May 10, 2010

I don't walk Left

Question- How do society cope with its problems ?

Answer- In the first step, Intellects of the community discover the malpractices going in the society. They are noticed by all but not viewed as problem in the general conscious of the group in the authority (monetary and political in charge). Intellects present the problem so that its long term ill effects can be understand by the individuals. Then in final step, they modify or replace the practice with the new one. Hence, society moves from one processing system to other till the existing one corrupts. But this minority of intellect of the society breeds in the environment where rational voice is not suppressed by the fear of violence of authority or extremists. Thus how society evolve and their idea of justice expands. All human rights & social equality movements have given value to this freedom and democracy of the human life.

The basic condition of the peaceful co existence in diverse society (each group is diverse in the nature) is the free flow of the knowledge. The society barred from the information flow is doomed to rise in confusion and paranoia. Conspiracy theories arise in the closed community and dissent is taken as disloyalty. The state will try to push only single voice with false propaganda through news network, intelligence agencies and rewriting history books. The environment of fear soon spreads epidemically and vociferous supporter of new propaganda theories become associated with the party.

The reality will collide with the narrow closed assumptions of state and religion. A state governed by too much closeness wants to avoid terror of 'globalized world under capitalism' in name of protecting the weakened. The deep belief that everything—especially anything pro western (capitalistic)—is already and by definition an intervention is part of the very identity and ideology of the Communist and Islamic theocracy. So even moderates are regards as corrupts and betrayer in their own society.

An abolished censorship, tolerated artistic freedom, eased travel restrictions and allowed new civic movements to come into existence, they merely created a virus that threatened the communist system. The absurdity of the ruling system could be counted on; what was necessary in the meanwhile was the refusal of the lie and the willingness to display civic courage. Theocratic or communistic regions are absolute in the nature. Communist regimes become oppressive with the time. The gradual transfer of Bolshevik revolution into Stalin's dictatorship regime destroyed the spirit of revolution in the name of itself. And in theocracy, Iran is the prime example of progressive society and stone age thinking political authority.

There is a deep link, not only of shared experience that people share a view of the world, the commitment to social equality and freedom. Leftwing intellectual mafia still hangs on the theoretical aspect of communism instead of falling to see why communism fall in the trap of dictatorial type governance. Unfortunately, loyalty to an idea rather than its purpose is a recipe for disaster. And that's why the Communism fail to solve the problems. Communism is an institution works best in opposition. It checks the absolute concentration of capital in the hands of few individuals. It is an instrument of distribution of wealth but not the generation. That's why It fail to generate money or to encourage entrepreneurship skills in the people.

I think that it's the responsibility of those writers and intellectuals who are still alive to talk about the past openly so to avoid the dangers in the future. The tendency of outside analyst like me should not be to focus excessive around state sponsored person or religious clerics, rather than consulting the writers and poets of the country. Analyst has to learn and avoid sensationalism in reading the issues. And the issues should be seen as an happening phenomenon to observe and re mediate the problem in the society.

4 comments:

  1. "I think that it's the responsibility of those writers and intellectuals who are still alive to talk about the past openly so to avoid the dangers in the future. The tendency of outside analyst like me should not be to focus excessive around state sponsored person or religious clerics, rather than consulting the writers and poets of the country. Analyst has to learn and avoid sensationalism in reading the issues."

    This is so true. Yet I do not see it happening...

    Veteran and elderly writers and intellectuals are too disillusioned while the new-age analysts are caught up in the TRP war. Sadly!

    P.S. It is good to see you blogging so regularly :)

    Wonder why you have been missing-in-action from my blog lately...

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  2. Roshmi Madam, its not happening because it takes sacriifce of an individual resource to bring his good intentions into action. And no one is willing to sacrifice for the sake of justice against system. People stands against system for revenge and society's crime to label a person as a scape goat to escape its own fault.

    Those who have status quo enjoy it and forget about there own deprived past. Instead of grooming future talent, they became what they hated most in eir struggling days: Pseudo Intellectual Thugs. And when veterean chooses practicality over idealogy, his/her voice will fall spirally downwards. Young guns are caught off guard due to the absence of patronze for the stability. The feudal attitude has seeped into much of our society to such an extent that when somebody is promoted to head a state organisation, he immediately flexes his authority and reminds everybody who’s boss, quickly forgetting his own days as an unappreciated subordinate.

    Sorry for not coming to your blog but regarding mine missing-in-action on your blog, i have got an excuse. I was caught in the study of history of Paksitan and was ashamed to write anything on the Fatima Bhutto series with my little knowledge.

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  3. "loyalty to an idea rather than its purpose is a recipe for disaster"
    That one line got me thinking.
    Also,
    I never realised that Communism is based on the distribution of wealth and not the production.

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  4. Blabber blah, that line was inspiring one that started this whole article. Copied from someone's facebook status. :)

    Karl marx sounds the voice of suppressed and fighter of underdog but reading history was more eye opener for me. I love history and my point of the enlightment came on reading that when Russia invaded Czechoslovakia to reverse the ''Prague Spring'' liberalizations. When the East German Government refused to condemn the Russian invasion, it had eventualy killed the base of revolution. And then Gulag camps in Stalin region were more deadly than Nazi camps of Hitler. Read Alexander Solzhenitsyn; Through his writings he helped to make the world aware of the Gulag, the Soviet Union's forced labor camp system – particularly "The Gulag Archipelago" and "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich", two of his best-known works.

    Thanks for coming on the blog and reading the article.

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