*India Reform Act of 2014*

Forward this to a minimum of twenty people on your contact list; and in turn ask each of them to do likewise.

In three days, most people in India will have this message.

This is one idea that really should be passed around.

*Reform Act of 2014*

1. No Tenure / No Pension: Parliamentarians collect a salary while in office but should not receive any pay when they’re out of office.

2. Parliamentarians should purchase their own retirement plans, just as all Indians do.

3. Parliamentarians should no longer vote themselves a pay raise. Their pay should be linked to the CPI or 3%, whichever is lower.

4. Parliamentarians should lose their current health care system and participate in the same health care system as the Indian people.

5. Parliamentarians with tainted records, criminal charges & convictions, past or present should be summarily banned from the parliament and fighting election on any pretext or the other.

6. Parliamentarians should equally abide by all laws they impose on the Indian people.

7. All contracts with past and present Parliamentarians should be void effective 1/1/14.
The Indian people did not make this contract with them. Parliamentarians made all these contracts for themselves.

Serving in Parliament is an honor, not a lucrative career. The Founding
Fathers envisioned citizen legislators, so ours should serve their term(s),
then go home and back to work.

If each person contacts a minimum of twenty people then it will only take three days for most people in India to receive the message. Don’t you think
it’s time?

If you agree with the above, pass it on.


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Utterances of the HIGH & MIGHTY of India

थक गया याद करते-करते — Tired as I am remembering this !

१. यूपी के लोग भिखारी होते हैं — The people of UP (Uttar Pradesh) are beggars !
– राहुल गाँधी — Rahul Gandhi (Congress)
२. पंजाब के 70% लोग नशेड़ी होते हैं — 70% of people of Punjab are drunk !
– राहुल गाँधी — Rahul Gandhi (Congress)

३. 90% बलात्कार तो लड़की की मर्जी से होते हैं — 90% of rapes are with the consent of the girls !
– धरम वीर गोयत (हरयाणा कांग्रेस के प्रवक्ता) — Dharam Vir Goyal (Congress worker in Haryana)

४. बीवी पुरानी हों जाये तो मजा नहीं आता — When the wife gets old it’s not such fun !
– प्रकाश जैसवाल (कोयला मंत्री) — Prakash Jayswal (Minister for Coal) (Congress)

५. महंगाई अच्छी है, येतो ऐसे ही बढ़ेगी — Inflation is good, It will increase just like this !
– पी चिदंबरम — P. Chidambaram. (Congress)

६. बलात्कार तो हर जगह होता है — Rape happens everywhere !
– रेणुका चौधरी — Renuka Chaudry (Congress)

७. मंदिर से ज्यादा अहम है शौचालय — Toilets are better than temples !!
– जयराम रमेश — Jayram Ramesh (Congress)

८. पाकिस्तान के हिंदुओं को अपने ऊपर हों रहे अत्याचार के सबूत देने होंगे — Hindus in Pakistan will have to prove their mistreatments there !
– सुशील शिंदे — Sushil Shinde (Congress)

९. मैं सोनिया जी के लिए जान तक दे दूँगा — I am willing to give up my life for Sonia Gandhi !
– सलमान खुर्शीद — Salman Khurshid (Muslim Congress member)

१०. बोफोर्स की ही तरह कोयला घोटाला भी जनता भूल जायेगी — The Coal Scam will be forgotten by the people just as the Bofors Scam has been !
– सुशील शिंदे — Sushil Shinde (Congress)

११. हमारे सैनिकों को पाकिस्तान की सेना ने नहीं बल्कि उनकी वर्दियोंमें आतंकवादियों ने मारा है — The Indian soldiers have been killed by terrorists dressed in Pakistani Army uniforms !
– ए के एंटनी — A. K. Anthony (Defence Minister, Congress)

१२. पुलिस और सेना के लोग मरने के लिए ही होते हैं — The army and the police are there to DIE !
– भीम सिंह — Bhim Sinh (Congress)

१३. पीने के लिए पानी नहीं है तो क्या बांधों में पेशाब कर के ला दूं — If there is no drinking water then do you expect me to fill the lakes by urinating in them !!!!!!!!!!!
– अजित पवार — Ajit Pawar (Congress)

१४. महंगाई ज्यादा सोना खरीदने की वजह से बढ़ रही है — Inflation is rising due to people buying more gold !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
– पी चिदंबरम — P. Chidambaram (Congress)

१५. हमें बिना आईएस के यूपी को चला लेंगे — We will run Uttar Pradesh without Indian Economic Service !
– रामगोपाल यादव — Ramgopal Yadav (Congress)

१६. पैसे पेड़ परनहीं लगते — Money does not grow on trees !!!!!!!
– मनमोहन सिंह — Manmohan Singh (PM)

१७. हमारे पास कोई जादू की छड़ी नहीं है जिससे महंगाई पर काबू किया जाये — We do not have a magic wand to control inflation !!!!!!!!!!
– मनमोहन सिंह — Manmohan Singh (PM)

१८. गरीबी सिर्फ दिमाग का वहं है — Poverty is just a state of mind !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
– राहुल गाँधी — Rahul Gandhi (Congress)

१९. इस देश को हिन्दुओ से ज्यादा खतरा है — This country has more to fear from the Hindus !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
– राहुल गाँधी — Rahul Gandhi (Congress)

२०- बतला हाउस में आतंकवादियों के मरने पर सोनिया जी बहुत रोयीं थीं — When the Terrorists were killed Sonia cried the most in The House !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
– सलमान खुर्शीद — Salman Khurshid (Congress)

२१- सत्ता ज़हर है और माँ मेरे कमरे में आके रात में रोयीं थी — ‘Power is Poison’ and Mum came to my room one night and cried !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
– राहुल गाँधी — Rahul Gandhi (Congress)

थक गया याद करते-करते, — Tired as I am trying to remember more !
अगर आपको भी कुछ याद है तो आगे जोड़ दें. — Please add to the list if you think of I’ve missed something !

These utterances are from the ‘highest'(?) in India.

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“Disparaging, disingenuous, disconnected.” My thoughts on the £10k pay rise for MPs.

Totally agree with “On a salary that is currently three times the average earnings, how can MPs honestly engage with the issues that their constituents – we – are struggling with? Rising fuel prices, rising food prices, social housing shortages, cuts to welfare, not to mention the half a million people reliant on food banks to feed themselves and their children. As families up and down Britain struggle with unemployment, choosing between heating and eating, and cuts to benefits and tax credits, how can someone who earns £66,000 a year, let alone £74,000 or £100,000, begin to comprehend what life is really like for the other 95% of people in Britain?”
The MPs do not live on the same planet as the rest of us.

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About Indiability

Who we are

Indiability is a registered charity that is working to change attitudes towards people with physical disabilities in India and empowering them to live full, independent lives.

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June 23, 2013 · 1:20 PM

Women’s Voices

NCW #SpeakOut Giving Young Women and Girls a Voice Competition, 2013 — Shachi Shah

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June 23, 2013 · 1:14 PM

Why we hated Thatcher!

Why we hate Thatcher
By Don Beavissimo in Make “Ding dong the witch is dead” number 1 the week Thatcher dies. (Facebook)


1. She supported the retention of capital punishment.
2. She destroyed the country’s manufacturing industry.
3. She voted against the relaxation of divorce laws.
4. She abolished free milk for schoolchildren (“Margaret Thatcher, Milk Snatcher”).
5. She supported more freedom for business and banks. (and look how that turned out)
6. She gained support from the National Front in the 1979 election by pandering to the fears of immigration.
7. She gerrymandered local authorities by forcing through council house sales, at the same time preventing councils from spending the money they got for selling houses on building new houses (spending on social housing dropped by 67% in her premiership).
8. She was responsible for 3.6 million unemployed – the highest figure and the highest proportion of the workforce in history and three times the previous government. Massaging of the figures means that the figure was closer to 5 million.
9. She ignored intelligence about Argentinian preparations for the invasion of the Falkland Islands and scrapped the only Royal Navy presence in the islands.
10. The poll tax.
11. She presided over the closure of 150 coal mines; we are now crippled by the cost of energy, having to import expensive coal from abroad.
12. She compared her “fight” against the miners to the Falklands War.
13. She privatised state monopolies and created the corporate greed culture that we’ve been railing against for the last 5 years.
14. She introduced the gradual privatisation of the NHS.
15. She introduced financial deregulation in a way that turned city institutions into avaricious money pits.
16. She pioneered the unfailing adoration and unquestioning support of the USA.
17. She allowed the US to place nuclear missiles on UK soil, under US control.
18. Section 28.
19. She opposed anti-apartheid sanctions against South Africa and described Nelson Mandela as “that grubby little terrorist”.
20. She support the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia and sent the SAS to train their soldiers.
21. She allowed the US to bomb Libya in 1986, against the wishes of more than 2/3 of the population.
22. She opposed the reunification of Germany.
23. She invented Quangos.
24. She increased VAT from 8% to 17.5%.
25. She had the lowest approval rating of any post-war Prime Minister.
26. Her post-PM job? Consultant to Philip Morris tobacco at $250,000 a year, plus $50,000 per speech.
27. The Al Yamamah contract.
28. She opposed the indictment of Chile’s General Pinochet.
29. Social unrest under her leadership was higher than at any time since the General Strike.
30. She presided over interest rates increasing to 15%.
31. BSE.
32. She presided over 2 million manufacturing job losses in the 79-81 recession.
33. She opposed the inclusion of Eire in the Northern Ireland peace process.
34. She supported sanctions-busting arms deals with South Africa.
35. Cecil Parkinson, Alan Clark, David Mellor, Jeffrey Archer, Jonathan Aitkin.
36. Crime rates doubled under Thatcher.
37. Black Wednesday – Britain withdraws from the ERM and the pound is devalued. Cost to Britain – £3.5 billion; profit for George Soros – £1 billion.
38. Poverty doubled while she opposed a minimum wage.
39. She privatised public services, claiming at the time it would increase public ownership. Most are now owned either by foreign governments (EDF) or major investment houses. The profits don’t now accrue to the taxpayer, but to foreign or institutional shareholders.
40. She cut 75% of funding to museums, galleries and other sources of education.
41. In the Thatcher years the top 10% of earners received almost 50% of the tax remissions.
42. 21.9% inflation.


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