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July 12, 2006

Mumbai Blasts

Filed under: Miscellaneous — Prashant @ 5:16 am

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  1. The response from the government and press is predictable. As this site ( says, we are treating the serial blasts like serial bank robberies.

    Comment by Harsh U. — July 13, 2006 @ 7:47 am

  2. I think the closest thing to justice that victims of Bombay Train blasts will get is a sympathy speech from our Prime minister, who isn’t man enough to be any country’s prime minister…besides he is simply a puppet. The one who call shots in India is too busy celebrating her country’s World Cup Victory.

    Comment by Sarit — July 16, 2006 @ 7:13 am

  3. Terrorism is on the rise as corporations get larger and larger. 90% of the terrorism in the world originate from dirty tricks departments of large corporations, for creating or sustaining monopolies. 10% of the terrorism is backlash to the 90% corporate terrorism.

    Why does large corporations indulge in terrorism? Answer is simple without terrorism they cannot create monopolies or sustain monopolies.

    Did you notice too much coverage about insurance related to mumbai blasts?

    Insurance is today one of the most profitable and powerful business in the world, because insurance enables aggregation and control of capital. Insurance companies take your capital and invest where ever they want, allowing large scale aggregation of capital is like giving someone a stick and then getting beaten with it. If you don’t want getting beaten by the insurance co’s, regulate investment options of insurance companies, restrict it to national bonds, this will increase the premium a bit, but then insurance co’s will not beat you with the capital stick you give them.

    Comment by GeneralPublic — July 21, 2006 @ 6:35 am

  4. The most fundamental thing that we seem to have been missing out on is that though its a terrorist attack..its
    a marvellous example of human carelessness …and its time we should stop taking things casually more vigilant
    and careful about while travelling in public conveyances.

    Comment by CommonMan — July 30, 2006 @ 10:05 pm

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