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Re: the truth about America....



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A good question Mr. Rao, however it is not directed at
the correct people. Why are you asking only Mr. Priyo?
Why not include the other extreme nationalists on this
debate? A certain Mr. Vamsi comes to mind. He is the
one who believes the entire reason for his current status of
prosperity in the United States is because of his and only
his hard work. If that is the case, then why not deploy all
that hard work in India, which is exactly the question you're
asking, right? Isn't Mr. Vamsi a "Jihadi" like he claims all
of us are?

Regardless, everyone has their own personal reasons for
choosing to leave a country they grew up in. I understand
the reasons why some of my friends immigrated to
countries in the west. Just because people migrate in
search of jobs or shelter or peace, does not mean they do
not love the homeland they came from. I hope Mr. Rao
that you are not implying that people who leave India for
opportunities abroad do not care for their homeland.

Sincerely,

Rahul Mittal

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From: "amar rao" <amarprao@yahoo.com>
To: <debate@indiapolicy.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2001 10:08 AM
Subject: Re: the truth about America....


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> Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate it!

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> Priyo ji,
>  I just can ask you one question, why did you not stay
> back in India and strive to make it better (or should
> I say protect her torn back side); Yes, India  (more
> than ever) now needs fighters who can show the
> resolute and will to stay put and make it a better
> place to live. I remember one person on this list who
> talked about the satyagraha way of getting work done
> in govt offices. We need more of such people who can
> fight; not really the ones who run away from it.
>
> amar
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