[Assam] End this disease called ULFA
mikemahant at hotmail.com
Mon May 14 17:34:42 PDT 2007
<put a man on the Moon in 2010>
................and leave him there- as this one -in the Australian Desert(Assam 's Indian Rupee cannot provide him any subsistence) to polish White Man's Shoes?
Date: Mon, 14 May 2007 13:33:47 -0500To: assamrs at gmail.com; cmahanta at charter.netFrom: cmahanta at charter.netCC: jsharma at iinet.net.au; assam at assamnet.orgSubject: Re: [Assam] End this disease called ULFA
>JS has thrown the gauntlet, now its up to them to pick it up :)
*** It could be considered such only when there is even a modicum of SUBSTANCE or realism behind a charge. Why would anyone want to go pick a fight with someone who would proclaim "---The only solution left, I believe, is to eliminate every ULFA member and put all their sympathizers behind bars. " It would be like challenging an Indian who would put a man on the Moon in 2010; or recommend that all those who do not agree with him be banished to 'koliyapani'; wouldn't it?
At 11:49 AM -0600 5/14/07, Ram Sarangapani wrote:
I knew that would catch your attention. What JS says maybe an extreme outburst, probably from someone young - but that is how many of the younger generation in Assam feel. What kind of answers do you have for them - or do you think their feelings ought to just brushed aside?
>But, I will really like to see some die-hard sympathizers put JS in >his place :) :).
C'da - you are expecting too much out of me.
JS, right or wrong, has made a stand. Now, the ball is in the other court. People like me will sit this out for a while atleast and see what happens. At some point, I will come in to defend JS if he needs it - I have a feeling, he won't. He has done good so far.
>If audacity and the willingness to vent -- whatever that might be, ?are all it takes to resolve problems of this kind, then there would >have been no problem left in Assam , not to mention India.
No, they are not - but on this net, its a rare commodity.
>instead of passing the buck to them despicable ULFA >sympathizers, who will only make the issue more muddy :-)?
Me? Are they turning to me now? Something is really rotten in Denmark:), and no, I am not passing the buck here - as I ain't no sympathazer. I would expect them sympathizers to be up in arms even if they circle the wagons and make it muddier:)
JS has thrown the gauntlet, now its up to them to pick it up :)
On 5/14/07, Chan Mahanta <cmahanta at charter.net> wrote:
Saw your comments to Sharma's anguished outburst with his wishful recommendations and conclusions.
Good that Sharma is letting off steam. But as an informed and experienced NRA, I would have hoped to see you explaining to Sharma the profound flaws in his line of thinking, even though I know you are unable to free your own thought processes entirely from a blind devotion to the derelict Indian state :-).
If audacity and the willingness to vent -- whatever that might be, are all it takes to resolve problems of this kind, then there would have been no problem left in Assam , not to mention India.
So, what is missing?
Don't you think you, as someone more knowledgeable, and more experienced than obviously Sharma is,; have an obligation to help him see things in a more mature light; instead of passing the buck to them despicable ULFA sympathizers, who will only make the issue more muddy :-)?
At 6:04 AM -0600 5/14/07, Ram Sarangapani wrote:
Welcome JS to the Assamnet. That was a pretty straight forward post, if there was one, in these forums in a long time. I welcome that fresh air of audacity :)
There are a few die-hard ulfa supporters and sympathizers in this forum too. I am sure some of them will respond to your post, and so will wait to see waht they write.
On 5/14/07, Jyotirmoy Sharma <jsharma at iinet.net.au> wrote:
After reading about the endless sequence of bomb blasts that thisterrorist outfit is causing throughout Assam I cannot see how asensible person can ever think of negotiating with such a terrorist
outfit. The only solution left, I believe, is to eliminate every ULFA
member and put all their sympathizers behind bars. Those living
abroad and found assisting the outfit in any way should be barredfrom entering Assam.Nowhere in the history of any struggle have the revolutionarieskilled their own people in one hand and talked of fighting for peace,prosperity and freedom on the other. What is even more surprising isthat there are groups(read PCPIA and others) who have openly becomethe spokesperson of the outfit. They are never short in condemningwhen the Army kills a terrorist but hardly raise a voice wheninnocent people are getting slaughtered in their bomb blasts. Yes, itis true that the Army has killed and tortured innocent people inAssam but then the Army wouldn't be there in Assam if we didn't havethe disease in the first place.Some questions which a pro-ULFA supporter may care to answer:- Why do they reside in a foreign country, the population of which iscreating economic and social disorder in our state?- Why don't they fight the Indian Army but hide in their holes whenconfronted? Why do human rights become a big issue when their membersare killed and not when innocents are getting maimed and killed bytheir bomb attacks at public places?- Why do they plant bombs in public places and kill innocent people?- They seek whereabouts of missing ULFA members, what about all thepeople they have killed. Are they going to give the reasons ?This problem has gone on for too long. If Punjab militancy could beeliminated I don't see why Assam should be different. Assam is betteroff with the freedom we have under India than under these terroristscalled ULFA.Jyotirmoy_______________________________________________assam mailing listassam at assamnet.orghttp://assamnet.org/mailman/listinfo/assam_assamnet.org
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