Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by Minion, Apr 25, 2021.
If you make a law they will find a way to bend the law.
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I don't understand the last sentence. Isn't the government "for the people"? There is a poem in malayalam that means the rulers must change their ways/laws/rules. Else, the stand of government itself will cause its downfall - "mattuvin chattangale swayamallengil mattumathukalee ningale thaan"
The central government is revisiting it's vaccine policy. Though late and reactive, it is better than never. So that is one thing positive for this thread. But Indians will have to wait a long time and pay dearly for the lack of foresight of its government.
I dont want to be rude and ignore your reply, so posting.
If you have time go thru the thread and you will know why OP is accused of click bait title. Most of them who were trying to put an argument have stopped posting and having dual dialogue convos elsewhere. This is the second time I am giving up on the same thread in an online forum ( how did I end up here).
I want to stop repeating myself and let this thread move on at faster rate. I understand you, me and others have different views and thats ok.
'Positivity' meant 'useful news' and being greatful to all thise keyworkers and hospital cleaning staff who go home to a family after treating influx of affected patients.
However, like others I think I realised its not my monkeys not my circus. This thread was never started to be that way.
Have a good rest of the discussion here .
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Good read, especially in the context of river ganga sandbar shallow graves.
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