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We don’t want a leader, we want a Superhero….


Here comes the superman, ripping down the sky with his supersonic speed. stopping the meteorite with his one hand while punching an alien with another and finally destroying another dozen meteorites with his laser vision. In this very fraction of second he saves the little girl and grandma from being hit by the crazy bus and finally ends his day by saving a blue eyed cute kitten who was helplessly stuck on a tree. what a fella.

Enough is enough. Now I don’t believe in the current governing system, I don’t believe in this hierarchy of politicians, ministers and cabinets. I want change as I believe that a system of politicians cannot bring the desired change. I know that the change may be ugly and scary initially but eventually will do the “greater good”. I WANT A SUPERHERO.

This above paragraph explains to an extent, the reason why people have voted for current government and might vote for the same in the future as well. We can feel that in our day to day discussions with the people backing up the current party, as they have got a superhero. Yes, a superhero, who is so authoritative that he doesn’t need anyone to do good. He alone has the authority to bring the change. A robin hood who will take from the rich and give to the poor. A messiah who will save people from any or every hardship. This liberator has every answer from agriculture to healthcare, global warming to quantum physics. An all knowing, hearing, watching, leader.

My agenda is not to disparage somebody’s potential, the point is, is it right to believe in such an ideology, a superhero ideology? The question we need to ask ourselves is that who is a better leader? A leader who claims to be a superhero and fools’ people to accept him/her as a god who knows all, sees all and helps all. Or a leader who listens to your questions and accepts that he doesn’t know the answer, but he works hard to find the answer and the solution for it. A righteous and rational leader believes in his team which is competent in their respective fields and works hard with them to reach a final resolution. A sane person knows that only the expert can bring effective solutions to definite problem.

Right now, our country is facing this issue where people are duped into thinking that they don’t need a system to solve any problem. They just need a Superhero leader, one answer to every question. This is against the logic when we are talking about a nation. A nation so big which has a new language, new culture, different foods and even different looking people every 500 kms. We need a system, a collective effort by different, able people and leaders to bring a solution which is in line with the needs of everyone. Vigilantism and authoritarianism are not that different from each other if we take a deeper look. Both isms represent the death of democracy and hence the need to take law in their own hands to deliver justice to people. We are caught in these comic book ideologies and we long for a superhero. I remember Sunny Deols “Deva ki Adalat” whenever I hear about mob lynching, where the superhero is the jury, judge and the executioner himself. They don’t need the law to punish the culprit, as they are themselves the law.




Iztiraab jitna sahih, usko aaj kal karde…
Harf dar harf hi likh, mujhko tu ghazal Kar de…

Kya yeh sawaal mere qaabil e wazahat Hain..??
Jawaab chor, isi kashmakash ko hall Kar de….

Abhi bhi shak Hai mujhey Teri daghabaazi par…
Waadey Kuch bhool kar tu usko mukammal kar de…

Ye saada baatain Hain, isko Kalaam mat kehna….
Kalaam ban jaye, apna jo tu dakhal Kar de……

Woh mere naam pe hastey Hain terey naam ke Saath….
Tu naam jod ke ab mujhko mustaqil Kar de….

Iztirab jitna sahih, usko aaj kal karde…
Harf dar harf hi likh, mujhko tu ghazal Kar de…

Syed Danish


Why feminist hate family as an institution….?

In the recent past, many must have seen the feminist brigade attacking the institution of family. Condemning motherhood and giving it names like “slavery” and “unpaid labor”. I have seen people finding it hard to understand the reason, why feminist do it and how destroying the institution of family is relevant to their cause.

As we know all the isms of this world like communism, regionalism, etc, Feminism wants control too. When we see a family we see the untiring loyalty of people towards the responsibilities which they perform without asking questions. These acts are done out of love and compassion. As all the isms demand control and families put the need of the family members before the demands of isms, family as an institution becomes a great hurdle in front of feminism, dejecting its control. Many of the staunch feminists have said it in very clear tone.

Linda Gordon said “the nuclear family must be destroyed….. Whatever its ultimate meaning, the break-up of families now is an objectively revolutionary process”

Vivian Gornick said “being a housewife is an illegitimate profession….. The choice to serve and be protected and plan towards being a family-maker is a choice that shouldn’t be. The heart of a radical feminist is it change that”

Helen Sullinger said” We must work to destroy marriage…. The end of the institution of the marriage is a necessary condition for the liberation of women. Therefore it’s important for us to encourage women to leave their husbands and not to live individually with them”

Apart from seeking control what other reason drive feminist to destroy marriages and families as an institution…???

One very interesting observation was made by Suzanne Venker and the late Phyllis Schlafly, authors of “The Flipside of Feminism”,

Feminist realize all too well that they can never achieve a level playing field in the marketplace as long as their male competitors have the advantage of homemaker wives… Women on the left know that in order to get ahead more easily, they must deprive men of their advantage in having stay at home wives. The desire to eliminate the full-time homemaker has been feminists’ goal all along. The need for the second income was never the goal

It’s sad to notice that women think that family as institution and roles of fathers are very easy to replace. The evidence speaks totally against this claim when seen in areas like Physical and mental health of children, poverty, teen pregnancy and crime, drugs and alcohol, schooling and future income.

In the next article of this series, we will discuss other reasons behind feminism and their attack on families and marriages.



Yun ab na murdon ki basti me chor Jao mujhey…..

Watan parasth ka matlab koi batao mujhey

Sab hi ke dil main Jo Aya wo Sab ne keh Dala

Humain kya bolna Hai woh Zara batao mujhey….

Mere azeez, mere saathi yeh kaisa sharmana.

Tumhara waqt Hai, chehrey to ab dikhao mujhey….

Bulao bheed aur Kar do yahein pe qatl mera

Ke Roz Roz ki mehnat se Na satao mujhey….

Tera yeh mulk bhi chota Hai terey Dil ki tarah

To ab na qissay sakhawat ke Yun Sunao mujhey….


Hypocrites in Love

hypocriteSocial media is the word nowadays. The most popular product in the history of media. If you are not on Facebook or twitter, you are not smart enough to be friends with people. In this new race of intellectualism, no one wants to be left out. This a battle ground with no rules, you like it, you say it. To hell with people’s feelings and inclinations. The variety of topics are astonishing with “bharat mata ki jai” to Sunny leone. From cricket to politics or politics in crickets, a one stop shop for hateful sports and funny journalism.

People have found a new low on these sites as they are not there just to hail some friend on his birthday or appreciating someone’s promotion. The sole yearning of these intellectuals is to shatter their own previous standards/ records of hypocrisy by new ones. The game has evolved to an all new level with people having mutual admiration for each other’s hypocrisy. For e.g. X and Y both are ass holes in real life but they can be saints on Facebook. The noble part is that X and Y know each other in real life and also how pathetic they are, but still they admire each other’s fake ideologies on social media. So you see mutual respect for hypocrisy.

We have started appreciating people not on their individual merits but the quality of mockery they can produce with their post. People have even picked departments to spread this crap.  Some have religious leanings while some relish politics. Some consider themselves nationalist by posting reckless slogans while some think they are too intellectual to be umpired by these nationalists. The Einsteins and Pacinos of this market are celebrities with their own pages. Their long standing virtuous track record for sarcasm has attracted myriad of devotees. Now you just need to like their page and you will receive their daily fresh dose of sarcasm without probing. The whole idea behind this fish market folly is to ridicule the challengers thought, to disrespect his/her ideas and finally make him/her to surrender, apparently.   The social media platform has started to look like a bazaar where philosophies are products and people are salesmen, hard-working salesmen….

The country, the people have become desperate. Desperate to seek attention. The struggle on such social media sites reduced people to a profile pic or a dumb joke, they are sharing. You don’t matter if your post has no likes or your profile pic don’t appeal people. It’s a disease with no vaccination, a sickness with no cure. You are sick and so am I….  🙂



Haasid hain yahhan log, qadmon ko sahi rakhna

Iradey wasi aur lafzon main kami rakhna…..

Kirdaar tumhain dega udaanein bohut oonchi

Onchayiyon kitni bhi hon, hathon main zameen rakhna…..

Kamzarfiyon pe hasne ka hai aaj kal chalan

Mushkil to hai zaroor par aankhon main nami rakhna…..

Jis raastey pe qadmon ka koi na ho nishaan

Ghabraana nahi bilkul bas paaon wahein rakhna…..

Aur benaam shayaron ka jahaan dher laga ho

Mera kalaam bhi wahein upar kahein rakhna…..


Ab teri hai baari….

Ghoom Ghoom ke dekhi hai hamney yeh duniya saari…
Paisa inka mazhab hai, ye hai kaisi beemaari….
Dil bhi yahaan par bikta hai, dilwaley hain vyapaari….
Isko maara usse cheena, ab teri hai baari….

Khoon main doobey haathon ko saaf kar liya fir bhi. …
Aaj naya kuch ho jaye, insaaf kar liya fir bhi….
Zara palat kar dekh yahan par laash padi hai kis ki…
Apna tera nikla hai to maarey kyun hai siski….

Bura yahaan jo karta hai woh bura kahaan paata hai….
Kaam yahaan kaisa bhi ho, bas daam bada hota hai…
Kahan gaya woh paath jo humko batlaata hai….
Jo bhi jaisa karta hai…. uske aagey aata hai