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Thursday, August 6, 2015

Porn, Maggi and Government (Part-1)




The pity thing I am seeing in Facebook is youth is damn worried after ban on porn website. Where are we going? Couple of days ago when we lost father of missile, people had sorrow in their heart. But overreaction on ban on porn is really disgusting. People are revealing their sorrow and saying that if they could strike on this matter to compel the government take the decision back. Everybody has dream in his/her eye but it is being ruined in the storm of adult part. Teenage is the main factor which decide where will you go in future and that time has been covered by porn sites. If we see our government’s act that is really shameful that they disclosed publically 857 names of porn websites. 
Now when they have taken their action back people specially teens are served with new 857 breads of sex and erotica. Is this the right way to control the direction of our youth? If government is really interested in child education, it must free the internet for some specific websites truly dedicated towards education. If you ban porn, why don’t you think about the work of those professionals who put their effort day and night to make a website popular. Multiple companies in India are there which are indulged in the SEO and other promotional work of these porn sites. They faced damn lose with the decision of government. May be some were expelled too due to heavy loose on projects. Government takes decision without thinking pros and cons of any factor. 

If we take another example of Maggi ban,
there are million people in India who once just survived on Maggi. It has made its place in Indian kitchen for more than 20 years. Did anyone complain that Maggi has an issue? Where was that food committee for such long time which found glutamate in Maggi Masala now. Government is damn slow, they just banned Maggi without getting even a single case of patient being suffered after consuming this delicious thing. Just after this incidence, Rudrapur plant of Nestle company expelled some 1200 employees due to ban on production. Is government ready to give them job now? Obviously no and why should they care when they are getting appreciation for their doing? The sobbing of those 1200 employees got suppressed by the achievement of government. Government didn’t pay even a single penny to those companies who lost their project. I really don’t know why government does this?

India has lot of hackers and professionals in IT world who won’t take a single minute to bring out the solution for porn websites so what was the need to take this step?

(to be continued…)

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