Posted: 22 March 2006 at 6:43am | IP Logged
Originally posted by loonytunes
Personally, I thought the movie sent a great message.
Our situation right now is no different, if not worse, than when we
were under the British rule. Nothing has changed. Things have in fact
become worse. We dealt with the British by driving them out of our
country. How are we going to get rid of our <span>own </span>corrupt leaders?
Corruption has infiltrated our society to such an extent that all this
peace, love etc. don't hold any ground. Democracy is a joke in our
country. Half the population isn't educated anough to make the right
choice. Just look at our leaders. 90% of them are uneducated people who
can't even speak English properly and are simply sitting on the seat to
eat money. Do they care what happened to the country? No. Is there any
way to get rid of these blood-sucking leeches?
Yeah. According to me, they should just be made to stand in a line and
shot to death. Sounds harsha nd extreme? Well extreme situations call
for extreme measures. The movie was a way to jolt teh youht of today.
To make them aware of what direction are country is heading to.
Are we truly progressing? Perhaps the major cities are, but the smaller
states and cities are just as bad. Corruption, poverty, slums,
illiteracy - I don't see our politicans doing anythign to eradicate any
When it comes to Indian politics, I have a very firm stand on it. The
only way these pathetic fools who call themselves Indiands can be
removed is if they feel that their life is in jeopardy. Because they
don't care about any one but themselves. You think democracy is going
to remove these people from these seats? Wishful thinking. The system
is designed in such a way that although there is a democracy, you
opinion/vote is barely worth anything if you don't haev the power or
the money to influence decisions.
Sometimes violence IS the solution. I have nothing against violence if
it is done for such a cause. These people don't deserve any kind of
mercy. They're worse than those Britishers. If killing them is
justified, why isn't killing our very own politicians justified?
Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Sukhdev, Chandrashekhar Azad and countless other
freedom fighters gave up their life for a free country. Are we truly
free? Just look at the state of India today. Is this the freedom these
fighters were fighting for? No.
The time has come when everyone needs to wake up and realize that we
HAVE to take control. Some extreme measure might be necessary but it's
time that we stopped cribbing about how India is going to the dogs and
take matters in our own hands to PREVENT that from happening.<span> That </span>was the message of the movie.
I totally Agree with LT. Also, it's not only about shedding your blood. It tells you that nothing is impossible. yes, it is hard to change country's situation, but if "they" (our freedom fighters) could do it "then" ..."we" could do it "now"!! At the end it also suggest and show the true face of this bravery ....death. Yes, there will be death and lot of sacrifice but we need to clean our own Sh**!! We can go into police force, good people can go into politics and try to make difference go in IAS officer and make difference for your country don't just sit do nothing.
I personally loved the movie and it's message. It does tell the youth at end that don't take extreme measure..'coz if you do you will die!