Wednesday 6 January 2016

The Kejriwal Bubble

Kejriwal has proved himself as the grandfather of Modi in gimmickry
Modi at least had a base, which is the RSS. Kejriwal has none, and yet by expert skulduggery and acrobatics he has managed to come into the centre stage of the public gaze, as can be seen on the T.V. , the latest stunt being the odd even scheme.

 But these gimmicks and stunts will not last long, as they are really empty gas. There is really nothing in the man except artifice and trickery, and his projection of himself as an epitome of honesty..He has no solution to the real problems facing the people---massive poverty, unemployment, malnourishment, lack of healthcare, etc, and therefore sooner or later people are going to see through him.

Kejriwal's antics remind me of Ponzi schemes, named after Charles Ponzi, a Boston clerk who invented it in 1919. A Ponzi scheme is a fraudulent investment operation in which the gullible public is enticed to invest money in a company promising very high rate of interest ( 25-30% per annum ), but is based on paying off the early investor for a year or two from cash of new investors. The whole scheme collapses, as it is bound to, when cash outflow exceed the inflow.

So the Kejriwal bubble is bound to burst one day.

 Unfortunately, the people are emotional and gullible, like the Roman mob at Caesar's funeral,and get carried away at least temporarily by such hoodwinkers.
So Delhiites, enjoy the fun while it lasts. It won't last long

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