Friday, April 04, 2008

Scattering water


Hogenakkal protests spreads...
Drinking water project...
Tamil and Kannada film industries joins protest...

It was disturbing; the violence continues its boarder crossing hurting innocent people. The anger people in Karnataka still continue there inhuman acts which starts 4 days ago is getting stronger were dozens of buses where stoned and many passengers were hurt by fools yesterday showing there oppose for Hogenakkal drinking water project seems the human life is unsecured those entering Karnataka. I just worry ones the mad men are mindless to hurt the innocent people, much time will not take them to go beyond imagination. Damn! Those who are seeing distinguish within nation will not remain for unity, which is evident today where it feel the whole state (both states) is strong enough to support there community along language for what ever cost the matter.

What is happening currently made me think that the direction is turning somewhere from the true cost of the protest and opposition. The ongoing hunger strike by Tamil and kanada film industry is like just adding fuel to the burning fire, where both are just passing strong words and it is really gives an unfamiliar mood. Sometime it could burst more, the anger are flowing uncontrollable by both sides. The media’s live today is currently watching by many thousands of people who could get into negative thoughts about the protest. They must stop; the words are not like water to dry after sometimes, the issue is nothing related to cinema which is one of a powerful entertainment industry of India. It is parallel today without looking at any variation, so why should u hurt each other and distribute the friendly relation.

Language is to communicate and the states are separated by language to understand easier, but not to bring separation in united India. There is one common language, silence. Keep silence, think silently what is true. Think about India, we all are Indians and don’t use any language to separate ourselves. In today’s world people struggle for drinking water, here we have but mind lacks to give. I wish there is nothing to wait till some government to take responsible the karnataka, where they are also going to do the same creating some anger people against Tamil people. So we have only one option is to make all rivers national, which could be a long time solution, but to bury the violence now we are empty hands. People are looking above the central govt. for a temporary solution which is like an immoveable statue. It feels those who are not obeying the court order, are they going to agree with central government. If the police are not going to control the violence, then the president should call for army to save innocent people from politician and demons. Tamil or Kanada it is one in India. Pray for a peace.

15 comments:

vishesh said...

i still don't know what is going to happen...but hope peace will prevail...

Meghna said...

Hi Jeevan,
I too hope there will be peace and the world will be united once again :)

prabhu said...
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prabhu said...

Hi jeevan,
Im happy you are blogging.The tamil film industry protests, to me are of real value. their protests are just a reply to the ban of tamil films in bangalore and aggression against innocent tamils in bangalore.I think it is the tamil people like u and me should really lead the protests against them(kannada),Keep in mind we r protesting against animals not humans. The underlying truth is that nearly 200,000 Tamils have been fasting for 2 weeks, because of these kannada veriyars.They have lost their daily wages as result of this protests from kannada people.

We are not impotent people to take in all the pain, since we r used with pain. Violence and aggression are the only way for solution. If we keep silence, we are commiting a sin.

krystyna said...

Let Peace and Love be in the World!

Have a great weekend, Jeevan!

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Keshi said...

Why is Peace such a difficult concept to most ppl in this world today?

Keshi.

tulipspeaks said...

I still don't understand what is the problem of sharing water with a neighbour :|


ammu.

Alok said...

It is indeed one India ... I hope ppl understand this ... but dont knw when


Alok

Ghost Particle said...

I would never understand this problem...for the past 10 or 15 years I've been reading or watching this unfold and every time I cant understand it. I hope things get better, even here we are going to face water crisis soon...all over the world there are nearly a billion people without clean water.

Annie Wicking and Loman Austen said...

I realise how lucky I am in my country when I can just turn on a tap and have fresh, clean clear water to drink. In the early 1900 which isn't that long ago there were many people in my country who didn't have that luxury. When I was a child I have to have a tin bath in my mother's kitchen to wash in. How times have changed I hope one day your country maybe like mine.

best wishes
Annie

Azer Mantessa said...

conflicts all over the world seem to stay

*sigh*

Shiva said...

We fight for anything and everything...


Glad that atleats a temporary stop had been put. Hope things get better.

You are watching the world very closely

monsoon-dreams said...

jeevan,
very apt post,and well written.i agree,though i am neither a tamilian nor kannadiga.

monsoon-dreams said...

jeevan,
very apt post,and well written.i agree,though i am neither a tamilian nor kannadiga.