September 30 2011
Have we really won the battle against corruption?
Corruption starts at home. We first learn it from our parents. Then we re-learn it and apply it in school. We copy and paste our answers in class exams. This habit is then carried forward to the social networking space too, where we copy quotes, jokes and post it as ours. We are fundamentally corrupt from within. We lie. We have hatred against people. We gossip. We disobey traffic rules. "What is a Zebra Line?" Many of us do not even know. Many roads do not even have Zebra lines. Many cities, towns, villages do not even have roads. All the money are eaten, bribed, and excreted by corrupt people. We are a part of it.
My dear Friend shubu lakshmi caught in her act of copying during exams.
I have copied in exams too and earn a good report. Does comments and compliments mean anything when we really know that we don't deserve it? Why am I ranting now? I am ranting because we are unstable and we are soooooo corrupt. We do things that we are not supposed to do and we fail to do things that we are supposed to do. Check the following pictures to understand this.
A pair of slippers that costs less then 50 bucks (1 USD) is not safe in our country. It needs protection. People even steal dirty socks and under-wears that are left in drying stands.
We trash our waste in places where we are not supposed to trash. We spit pawn on walls. We urinate everywhere, because we have the right to piss everywhere.
We disobey signs and messages. But still we raise slogans and raise our support in our fight against corruption.
Finally, if the people who are supposed to protect us starts to steal from us, even if 1000 Anna Hazares hold millions of fasts, nothing is gonna change.
No one can stop corruption. Only our Gabtun can. It is really dreadful to fall into the dangerous hands of Gabtun.
Posted by PRABHU N