Saturday, November 24, 2012

It's your Life!

People of 21st century often quote,
"we live life on the edge".

I'm really afraid sometimes,that they might fall from the planet this way.
No offense!

I have spent enough time in most of the cities across India,seen lives, those emotions, hatred and some
And as usual I couldn't stop myself from observing the people I met,
the co-passengers, the hawkers-vendors, the sellers and the buyers, the teachers and
the priests, the goers and the comers,the professionals and the nomads.
But,I missed the human in them.

Being genuine is such a crime now a days, that those who are, hide their reality and those who
are not, proud to be fake.

Who am I to judge them?
I'm the one, who listened, laughed, cried, observed, understood,played when they needed me to.
So what?
Yes, I can't read palm or eyes, like a typical Bollywood actor.
Who am I?
I'm Genuine.

It's not a self-praise,as I don't consider Genuine as an adjective or a specialty,
as it's in one instincts to be real.

I often interact and people revert that they actually need a break from their life,
they need peace, they need to talk themselves, and that they are missing the one they used
to be once.
The beauty of life is actually in living and not surviving.
It's not a pot-shot at some industry or a lifestyle, it's about you, your soul, your core.

I recall the climax of The Matrix Revolution, when Oracle(sitting in a garden) smiled at the sunshine,
even a software program realized what nature means for a good life.

Living for me, is like
when you wake up, you could actually feel the depth of your breath,
when you feel good as the sunshine warms you,
when you could enjoy the last sip of your tea,
when you could waste some of your time waiting for someone close,
when you could cheer at nothing,
when you feel the pain when you're tired,
when you realize you need someone to talk to now,
& when you are actually looking for a reason why your tomorrow should not be decided by others.

Feel it! It's your Life!! 

Monday, July 16, 2012

The Iraq Invasion: Unknown Truths

Did anyone watched Green Zone, the movie?It's more than a fiction, contains some raw truths about Iraq, and USA.
I started exploring the characters, and almost many linked to genuine in person.

The movie was centred on a myth of Iraq possesing, WMD, weapons for mass destruction, though in the end it was concluded that Iraq dismantled everything after the 1991 war with USA.Now, coming to the facts rathet than the movie,Judith Miller,a Ney York Times Reporter actually scripted some stories that actually lead to the invasion of Iraq in 2003. She even wrote down many things during the war, that some weapons are identified and believed to be more than a 'smoking gun', which was deliberately used to point that Iraq has Nuclear Bombs. Although her reports and her statements abouth Iraq's possession of WMD's resulted in nowhere, but some false story that had no base.

She published a story based on a meeting with an unnamed official, that Iraq was looking for uranium from Nigeria,to manufacture nuclear weapons ignited the Bush Government and the things only went bad for Iraq afterwards.Miller and the source from Iraq, Ahmed Chalabi who was the person to brief CIA and Americans about the secret missions going in Iraq, were all false.Check this out, and you got to believe me, Green Zone is more than a movie, and the hatred for Bush & America is more than just a gesture.
I'm not aiming at bringing out Iraq's innocence in all, but somehow, I'm not even in a position to not let you know about the truth.Read, and explore yourself.


Judith Miller (born January 2, 1948) is a Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist, formerly of the New York Times Washington bureau. Her coverage of Iraq's alleged Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) program both before and after the 2003 invasion generated much controversy.A number of stories she wrote while working for The New York Times later turned out to be inaccurate or completely false.

On September 7, 2002, Miller and fellow New York Times reporter Michael R. Gordon reported the interception of metal tubes bound for Iraq. Her front-page story quoted unnamed "American officials" and "American intelligence experts" who said the tubes were intended to be used to enrich nuclear material, and cited unnamed "Bush administration officials" who claimed that in recent months, Iraq "stepped up its quest for nuclear weapons and has embarked on a worldwide hunt for materials to make an atomic bomb".

 Miller added that,"Mr. Hussein's dogged insistence on pursuing his nuclear ambitions, along with what defectors described in interviews as Iraq's push to improve and expand Baghdad's chemical and biological arsenals, have brought Iraq and the United States to the brink of war."Shortly after Miller's article was published, Condoleezza Rice, Colin Powell and Donald Rumsfeld all appeared on television and pointed to Miller's story as a contributory motive for going to war.

Miller later claimed, based on second-hand statements from the military unit she was embedded with, that WMDs had been found in Iraq. This again was widely repeated in the press. "Well, I think they found something more than a smoking gun", Miller said on The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer. "What they've found is a silver bullet in the form of a person, an Iraqi individual, a scientist, as we've called him, who really worked on the programs, who knows them firsthand, and who has led MET Alpha people to some pretty startling conclusions." This turned out to be false

( Chalabi, an Iraqi politician,provided a major portion of the information on which U.S. Intelligence based its condemnation of Saddam Hussein, including reports of weapons of mass destruction and alleged ties to al-Qaeda. Most, if not all, of this information has turned out to be false.

On May 26, 2004, a week after the U.S. government apparently severed ties with Ahmed Chalabi, a Times editorial acknowledged that some of that newspaper's coverage in the run-up to the war had relied too heavily on Chalabi and other Iraqi exiles bent on regime change. It also regretted that "information that was controversial [was] allowed to stand unchallenged".While the editorial rejected "blame on individual reporters", others noted that ten of the twelve flawed stories discussed had been written or co-written by Miller.

Miller has reacted angrily to criticism of her pre-war reporting. In a May 27, 2004 article in Salon, published the day after the Times mea culpa, James C. Moore quoted her: "You know what ... I was proved fucking right. That's what happened. People who disagreed with me were saying, 'There she goes again.' But I was proved fucking right." This quotation was originally in relation to another Miller story, wherein she indicated that trailers found in Iraq had been proven to be mobile weapons labs. That too was later shown to be untrue.

It was alleged later in Editor and Publisher that, while Miller's reporting "frequently does not meet published Times standards", she was not sanctioned and was given a freer rein than other reporters because she consistently delivered frequent front page scoops for the paper by cultivating top-ranking sources.

Miller was characterized in The Huffington Post as a possible co-conspirator with the Bush Administration in the attempt to discredit former Ambassador Joseph C. Wilson, who openly questioned the intelligence used to justify the 2003 Invasion of Iraq.

( July 2005, Miller was jailed for contempt of court for refusing to testify before a federal grand jury investigating a leak naming Valerie Plame as an undercover CIA officer. Miller did not write about Plame, but was reportedly in possession of evidence relevant to the leak investigation. According to a subpoena, Miller met with an unnamed government official, later revealed to be I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Cheney's Chief of Staff, on July 8, 2003, two days after former ambassador Joseph Wilson (the husband of Plame) published an Op-Ed in the Times criticizing the Bush administration for "twisting" intelligence to justify war in Iraq. Plame's CIA identity was divulged publicly in a column by conservative political commentator Robert Novak on July 14, 2003.

Lewis "Scooter" Libby (born August 22, 1950) is a former adviser to Vice President Dick Cheney, later disbarred and convicted of a felony.(

In late February 2002, responding to inquiries from the Vice President's office and the Departments of State and Defense about the allegation that Iraq had a sales agreement to buy uranium in the form of yellowcake from Niger, the Central Intelligence Agency had authorized a trip by Joseph C. Wilson to Niger to investigate the possibility. The former Prime Minister of Niger Ibrahim Hassane Mayaki reported to Wilson that he was unaware of any contracts for uranium sales to rogue states, though he was approached by a businessman on behalf of an Iraqi delegation about "expanding commercial relations" with Iraq, which Mayaki interpreted to mean uranium sales. Wilson ultimately concluded that there "was nothing to the story," and reported his findings in March 2002.

After the March 2003 invasion of Iraq, Joseph C. Wilson wrote a series of op-eds questioning the war's factual basis (See "Bibliography" in The Politics of Truth). In one of these op-eds published in the New York Times on July 6, 2003, Wilson argues that, in the State of the Union Address, President George W. Bush misrepresented intelligence leading up to the invasion and thus misleadingly suggested that the Iraqi regime sought uranium to manufacture nuclear weapons

Joseph Charles Wilson IV (born November 6, 1949) is a former United States diplomat best known for his 2002 trip to Niger to investigate allegations that Saddam Hussein was attempting to purchase yellowcake uranium; his New York Times op-ed piece, "What I Didn't Find in Africa";[1] and the subsequent "outing" of his wife Valerie Plame as a CIA agent.

Wilson never worked for the CIA, but his wife, Valerie Plame, is an agency operative on weapons of mass destruction.

Monday, January 9, 2012

"Radically Your's" on Google's search engine

Search "Radically Your's" on Google's search engine,and

you would get the blog link on the very first search results on

the very first page.

Truly unique:)

Awesome,isn't it?