12 February 2011

Humanist Party - Its different !

Humanist Party - Its different !

Political Parties are launched by people of different backgrounds with a variety of purposes. They have different ideologies, while some have nothing to do with ideologies. They claim various motives and plans and history of the founders and make various declarations.
Apart from the aim of reaching power and ruling over people, they also have an issue of the "ego" of the founders in common. These founding members propose themselves as the ultimate leaders, the ultimate saviors of the people and promise the moon to people. Obviously, they promise all this on the condition of their reaching the power.
In short, they launch the parties to somehow (anyhow) reach the power.
Once they reach power, we all know, what they do. This is the basic root aspect of all these political parties across the world, irrespective of the culture, country, region, religion, gender, language etc. background of the founders.

The Humanist Party (HP) is different right from its roots.

HP was formed by a group of selfless volunteers. HP was formed to implement the strategy of the Humanist Doctrine that is based on Non-violence as its methodology) and No-discrimination as its main point. HP was formed as a platform for all selfless people to come together and lead the world to its next stage of existence.
While the volunteer members who have built the HP platform since its inception in 1984, have come and gone, have participated in different roles, no one has been presented as the ultimate "boss" or "leader" of the people so far, while all the energy has been spent in selflessly and voluntarily building the Humanist platform for the politically oriented selfless people.
HP aims an works to build the new collective-leadership that the world needs and this leadership will come from the young people who will recognize the potential of this platform as matching with their own aspirations of a Humanist world (a world that does not discriminate and provides a dignified life to all human beings, working through non-violence).

HP invites the young people of India to explore this platform as the platform of the fulfillment of their aspirations and come forward to become the leaders of tomorrow.

Hey, Young-man, You Are Welcome !

1 comment:

  1. India is almost a 100% corrupt country. Truly honest would be in fraction of a percentage. Every trade and profession has it's plot and everyone is involved in one way or the other, hence not able to play an active role in any agitation. All the agitations that take place are show business.

    Sorry to say that your party is doomed to fail if non violence is to be the foundation of the policies. We have all the rules available to punish the guilty but the problem is they are not implemented. Lok Pal Bill may help book some senior public servant but things can improve substantially even if some grass root level problems are taken care of and it would have a cascading effect.

    Every individual is aware that if you have money you can buy judgement most of the time. You can avoid getting charge sheeted in the first place. Cases that are landmark and important result in offenders being acquitted for stupid reasons like lack of proper documentation between department or presentation to court and so on. This can happen when the system is fully rotten.

    Unless and until there is absence of strict punishment to the guilty form the administration there is no hope for the country and you cannot punish the thick skinned guilty by waving flags and lighting candles. Some would have to be given capital punishment and speed would be crucial.

    Lord Krishna said in Mahabharat that War is to be avoided at all costs but when it is imminent each one has to take a side and guilty have to be punished however great they maybe.

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