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POLITICS OF 1. ANTI BRAHMANISM, 2. ANTI HINDI, 3.NORTH GROWING - SOUTH DECAYING, 4. SRI LANKAN TAMILS = Dravidian Politics = A DISASTER! -2.



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26/12/2016.
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In Maharashtra also, militant non-Brahmans feel that ``Phule has failed.'' Militant Dalits discuss the reasons for the stagnation of their movement.

There is widespread malaise.

The spirit of the movement still exists, there are still activists committed to the cause but the public and political life of society, whether at a local level, where so many villages still maintain separate wells and separate drinking cups for the Dalits, or at the State or all-India level has not been transformed in the areas where the non-Brahman movements were the strongest.
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In Tamil Nadu, the heights of corruption have been reached with a party calling itself ``Dravidian,'' while the major Dravidian parties are forming an alliance with the Congress  at the centre. 

In Maharashtra, for all its progressive traditions, one of the most ferocious forms of corruption that Congress  has been a ruling power for so many years.

Police firing at Ramabai Nagar in Mumbai and the caste conflicts in southern Tamil Nadu show the persistence of the casteist attitude among even poor OBCs.

It is not that there have been no gains but they have been so incomplete. In spite of the formal openness and some social mobility, caste continues to be highly correlated to both occupation and political power.


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In spite of a powerful opposition by the opportunist corrupted politics such as Congress and Communists, the 'Upanishadic' culture remains as the very foundation of Bharatham, 

These politicians argue with the tool secularism, due to wide spread ignorance about the term Secularism.

Dravidian politics is preoccupied with sharing power with few OBC listed castes, but most of them are educationally, and financially well off.

Hence, the base of Dravidian politics is corrupted, as still caste mind is more intensive  than before in Tamilnadu at present.

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