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Can Millennials ditch 'Fake God-men' culture?

Fake, blunt and criminal.

When Ram Rahim started his career of selling " Fake Hope", he wouldn't be sure that at some point in time he will become a full fledged 'Godmen'  of this country with lakhs of followers in hand. 
When he gets arrested, followers disturb and ditched their own nation by saying "We will vanish India from world map if our baba gets arrested". This confirms that we have some sedition cases still pending in our nation.

What made them say so? A psyche? 


It is very crucial to understand the psyche of a follower. It is even more complex when followers are following a self-made 'GodMan' and even worst when this 'GodMan' also giving them hope, shelter and some food. 

55% of our countrymen are still under below poverty line which means their income is below the US $200 mark. Millenials are also included in this percent markup. Millenials are not just urban living 18-35 years of citizens, young citizens living in India's countrysides, villages and remote areas also comprises of Millenials. In fact, we have more millennials living in non-urban locations in India. 

Now, Who are millennials? You asked


Millenials are not baby boomers as Millennials years range from -  people born between starting 1980s to early 2000s. So, if you are born in this exact range then, Congrats! You are a Millenial too. 


What do they think of Millenials?


Babas like Ram Rahim lure people either through cult practices or by giving them comforts. Sex slavery, Women trafficking and exploitation of sexes is normal in their so called Ashrams. 

Being a millennial is a sensitive phase of life, You are pressurised because you have a lot of ambitions to achieve or the other case, you are unemployed, poor and scattered. This is a touchpoint for a cult leader like 'Baba Ram Rahim', as they give you comfort, food and provide homogeneous jobs which are really internal in nature. A millennial either ends up as a follower or a backer for the cult.

Not all who wander are Millenials.


Babas not only target young people to join them but they also have a strict hand on manipulating people who are well employed and have businesses to run. Luring them in their Valhalla gets them funds to build their empires. Like, we have seen in the case of Baba Ram Rahim, he got a collection of condom, cars, guns and what not? People who follow cults fund their masters like crazy, from gold offerings to hefty cash, they contribute all. 

Political Backing? Yes!


Politics play a 'cheap' role in India to lock certain cult follower as their vote bank, Logic is simple here - You give your followers to me, I will give you political backing, security, tax exemptions and what not?  You say and it's here! 

This is exactly what happened during the 'Ram Rahim' drama, People like Sakshi Maharaj defend Ram Rahim very smartly and diplomatically. Chief Minister Mr Khattar was also mum on this whole issue. 

What have we learnt?


We have learnt through this analysis is that millennials are the soft target before all political parties and Babas like Ram Rahim. They target young people to accomplish their comfort levels. To what time we will be lured by fake Godmen and their fake angels known as politicians. 
If you like the Valhalla, congratulations to you! but remember that Valhalla won't be a long term deal. It will be a short term like the one Ram Rahim had.

An Opinion


Not all gurus, babas and politicians are corrupt. The logic is simple here if some person wants to cater to his audience he can choose the path of simplicity and still cater to its people or cult. There is no need of Ashrams and lavish gatherings. The best Ashram is one's own heart and the best guru for you is yourself. 

Millenials are ditching their texts that is why they are being targetted, if we return to our origins we will rejoice and confident. No fake godmen can lure us and no fake politician can overpower us. It is our right to question the 'Wrong' and 'Unorganised' and it is our power to retaliate against the system which is incapable of giving us what we deserve. 






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