I don't think you should act in a hurry, and take a drastic decision based on an electoral result.
Elections come and elections go, but we people are more permanent than the political leaders who govern us. Someone wins, and someone loses - so it is not right to waste our health and blood pressure on these things.
It is especially in times like this, that the teachings of the Bhagavad Geetha become relevant. At many places, the Bhagavad Geetha tells about a man of poise and equanimity, how he behaves in this world. One such place is Chapter Twelve, the seven stanzas, 13 to 19. In summary, such a man has no ill will to any being, is friendly and compassionate, free from egotism, even minded in pleasure and pain, is patient, ever content, self controlled, unshakeable in determination, he from whom the world does not shrink and who does not shrink from the world, is free from joy and anger, free from fear and agitation, has no expectation, is pure, unconcerned and untroubled, neither rejoices nor hates, behaves alike to friend and foe, alike in cold and heat, free from attachment, holds equal blame and praise, content with anything which comes, is firm in mind, and many other qualities.
Even if a person follows a fraction of these qualities, he will find the world a better place to live in, and will find his life more fruitful and satisfying.
Where is the name-calling? Pointing out that you had left extremist views is hardly name-calling. Evaluate the statement you made with commonsense, and may be it will dawn upon you that you calling the act of the people voting as "saffronisation" is a left-extreme thing to do.
Your stance is extremely hypocritical (or just mildly leftist). You don't want to show an iota of respect for the people's mandate, and you call the voting as "saffronisation", but do not like to be pointed out that it's an extremist opinion to have.
Besides, you've falsely accused me of name-calling and disrespecting, which is even more hypocritical and actually toxic (or just minimally leftist).
You do realise that I am only one of 14,163,348 members of this this community, right? I personally emailed you and advised you not to leave the community when you enacted this same drama the last time after your spout with someone else.
So long as you just remember that you, and ONLY YOU are responsible for all of your actions, we're all peachy.
To quote the Joker, "You have nothing; nothing to threaten me with".
Having said that, and so it's clear to you, I would obviously like for you to remain in this community.
However, regardless of what you do with your own virtual presence here, I will sleep like a baby. Like a baby, mate. Including the midnight squeal for a snack. Just ask my missy and she'll tell you I'm being honest.
Indeed he's into shock!
Even after spreading so much of negativity and hatred by him and his beloved parties how could people* of India have selected the person he hates the most!
* People who voted for NaMO is either Sanghi(s) or Bhakts.
You can have all the tools in the world but if you don't genuinely believe in yourself, it's useless.
@RajeshRSubramanian Please apologies for calling me Extremist. I have been professional in all my discussion and never resorted to cheap name calling. This is the most disrespectful statement by you.
I don't see any reason to be part of this site anymore for calling me extremist if you stick with this stand.
Too much of good is bad,mix some evil in it
"Kerala and Tamil nadu was a jolt for saffronization."
Please take that word back.
Quoted text in bold is the very mark of a left extremist, calling the people's mandate as "saffronization", adding a religious twist to it to suit to ones personal agenda. When Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, and Parsis were voting for BJP (which they definitely did, because otherwise this result was impossible), were the aiming to "saffronize" the country? Have some sense and think about the statements you're making.
Why do you think that it's OK to be demeaning of Hinduism, its symbols, and the associated sentiments of Hindus? Would you do that to Muslims? Would you be OK if I said that Kerala has been burqa-fied, but the results from the rest of the states is a jolt to the burqa clan? If this is not OK, then what you said is NOT OK either. Saying that makes you a left-extremist, no doubt.
Regardless of what the leftist media likes to publish, BJP is a political party, and not a religious entity. Making demeaning comments about a political party is OK, but doing that about a religion is NOT OK. It may not be illegal, but doing that makes you a left extremist.
If you are going to stand by what you said, and I'm going to stand by what I said about you, because it's contextually correct.
In the recently concluded elections, the left has got just 6 seats all over India, none in its erstwhile stronghold West Bengal, and only 1 in Kerala. The remaining 5 are some stray seats here and there. This seems to be their lowest tally ever since Independence.
You don't seem to express any regrets for insulting the public who voted by calling them exercising their voting rights as "saffronisation". It's a pretty extreme view to have, which you're free to disprove.
Says the person who showed absolutely no respect, whatsoever to the billions of people who voted for their choice of candidates, by calling their act as "saffronisation". And yet here you are, DEMANDING that others should respect you.
Go ahead and explain, how exactly is what you said not left extremist?