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Why no one want's to be a POLITICIAN.

Updated on December 30, 2017

Every decade for centuries there been various politicians with different characteristic. Some are good and others are not , but they all have something in common - Betrayal, back-stabbing and life full of lies. There have been numerous political parties stating motos poles apart although they all are same inside. No, one can accurately point out about the person whom they are choosing to lead them will not left them to live like insects while they living a luxurious life unless or until another election is around the corner.

Going through our history books we can find great politicians like Abraham Lincoln, Gladstone, Sardar Patel, Atal Bihari vajpayee and few others who had shaped the present and future for their respective nations and who should be the actual torch bearer of any wannabe young politicians rather than those thousands of indecisive politicians who lacks even the real - world experience howbeit a complete experienced economical burglar or anti-nationalist whose complete motive is to loot the nation bringing it to its knees in front of the whole world (for further information about these so called modern day politicians you can refer to "A logical guide to seeing and understanding corrupt politicians" by Dante Kali Das).

Sadly these corrupt low life scums are being shown as the Ideal figure of politics by our sold out media which were actually created to be the voice of the people.

The lack of quality in the political top tier is compelling nations to go two steps backwards, whenever it tries to move further. Meanwhile, those states having a good set of politicians sitting at the apex of power are moving towards an Ideal euphoric state. Its is not wrong to say that politicians are like the head of the family who can either bring happiness, self-fulfillment to family and a great stature to family's name or they can bring sorrows to the peoples while digging a grave for the family.

Although, few are trying hard to mark their nation as an Ideal one on the globe yet nothing is changing as in compare of few there are hundreds and hundreds of polish class who are simply filling their pockets with the tax-payers money, then why anyone coming from the newest fruits wants to be a politician or even Iike one.

Is Political class the real Enemy of a Nation?

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© 2017 Aakash Mishra


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    • AshutoshJoshi06 profile image

      Ashutosh Joshi 2 months ago from New Delhi, India

      Corruption, is just the tip of the iceberg. There's a rot in the political system. It's like a cancer that has infected every single cell of every organ. Nothing really can fix it unless the entire system is wiped clean.

      One thing I have observed and I say this, never fall for the false persona that every politician tries to create. Each one of them. A gullible sheep can be swayed easily and hence one needs to be intelligent, to see through the propaganda!

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      Aakash Mishra 2 months ago from New Delhi, India

      Thanks for sharing your point of view....Means alot to me and I do believe that situation will change but only when each and every individual will start raising their voice while doing their part.

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      Mr. Happy 2 months ago from Toronto, Canada

      Corruption will decay and eventually destroy any society. Look at the Roman Empire. In the end it collapsed from within. A big reason being corruption and greed.

      I am an optimist though. I have Faith that Humans will learn. That they will eventually chose to help each other, as suppose to try to compete with each other. I trust that they will eventually chose Love over Fear. It is possible.

      A few days ago I started watching a Vice documentary/film called "An Insignificant Man". It's about Arvind Kejriwal. A regular man in India who decided to stand-up to corruption. I did not finish watching the film but I will. What I can say after watching the first twenty minutes is that it was inspiring. We can all do something. We can all play a part and it begins with discussions. Even simple discussions like we are having right now.

      Thank You for your piece of writing. I enjoyed it. Cheers!