Negative Speech: India's Role In India?

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America is too far and even Israel is not closer than, from the country of Shi’ites, Iran, to whom President Obama is determined to sign with, the nuclear deal to lift all trade sanctions in exchange of abandoning their final trial of making nuclear arsenals. But it looks like a historical bluff. Ofcourse, the first generation centrifuges, which can’t be quickly enriched like a weapon grade material like the later two, will be blocked but Iran can still keep his one third of plutonium enrichment centrifuges at Natanz. Its heavy water facility at Arak and Underground nuclear center at Fordo will not be dismantled but will be kept under inspection, ridiculously by its own inspectors otherwise expect a hassle in allowing the UN Inspectors to make …show more content…
But India is not playing any role here at all. I see in Joint comprehensive plan of Action, the JCPA, had Germany and Italy even but no India or even Pakistan despite they are closest to Iran. India good, but for nothing. A white elephant indeed! In the feast of struggle for survival, nobody asking India to play her role boldly! Why? Second largest population, biggest democracy and a rising economic giant with bunch of scholars and great history, why India is ignored yet? Why so? People over there, are wasting time on social media with its newly elected Prime Minister or fighting each other for everything they could fight for. Excluding Modi, the Prime Minister and a few more, other leaders are still corrupt; people are selfish, fearless of laws, debasing legal system of rule by eagerly taking laws in their hands. Law enforcement and common people easily regresses the value of human life & right, public sanctity and common discipline. I don’t know how they see world affaires burning out from their windows. They may worry about cross firings at Pakistani border or infiltration from Bangladesh but they have no sense to say anything beyond this limit. They don’t realize, India could be a close ally with US unlike China who helped Iran in its nuclear program. Such a self-centered but huge country with largest democracy and second largest population on planet, is proving itself worthless on world arena. History will forget this or will not mention its name in any role and this is what most dangerous thing is for its own future. To whom, I can say, ‘keep awake means you’re in own natural timeline otherwise in others dominating time line’. Can any brilliant think tank or politician or even Prime Minister Modi understand

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