It gets harder each time to know how to respond to the news that there has been another mass shooting. They are not shocking, not even the slightest bit surprising. There are many wonderful things about America, but there is a terrifying intersection here also in our beliefs about guns and our beliefs about mental illness, in the ways our beliefs are expressed in our laws and in the allocations of our resources, in what we have been taught to value and in what those values cause us to do to one another and to allow to be done in our names. I've been dodging calls all week from Planned Parenthood. I'm a staunch supporter of Planned Parenthood, but I don't want to be asked for money in the wake of the attack on their Colorado facility. Because I do not believe that shooting had much to do with abortion rights. As I do not believe the Dylann Roof shootings had much to do with racism. Mental illness clutches onto this issue or that issue, those who suffer from it develop obsessions that reflect larger cultural tumult and pathology, but those issues are not the issue. I cried tears of relief when James Holmes was spared the death penalty by one hold-out juror. My heart aches for his parents. And for him. My heart aches for all of us living in a country whose politicians are beholden to the NRA, an organization whose mission is to sell more guns, and whose mentally ill, so many unable to afford any treatment at all, wander our streets and the aisles of our gun stores. And today, the news of another shooting. We don't know yet the stories of those pulling the triggers in San Bernadino or the names of their weapons or the names of their victims. But we do know that no other country chooses to live the way we live.
Am I JAT? Yes I am a JAT and I am really proud of that I belongs to that community. I know what is the real meaning of JAT. We serve on borders just to make sure that a common Indian can sleep well in their homes. We can grow crops even on unfertilized land with our hard work so that every Indian can get food on time. We never leave our friends in between when they need our help. We are fighters, we are brave hearts, we are hard workers, we are soldiers, we are farmers but we are not thieves. Even in town we so called well educated person do not allow any stranger in our home but went to any JAT house in any village even in night they will give you space inside their home, they will offer you food, they will help you in every possible way. Even today's situation if any of your relative stuck in Jam just ask them to go to near by village and stay there. So I am proud of being a JAT. Am I in support of reservation? NO I am not in favor of cast base reservation. But if every cast is benefited with this shit then why not JAT. Second, So should it be based on financial criteria. Yes it should be but first end reservation of all cast and then give it to needed one. Truth of JAT reservation Agitation: It was a peaceful initially but why it turned violent after 5 days? Regular provocation by BJP MP Rajkumar saini. JAT lawyers who were doing peaceful protest were beaten by saini 35 biradari sena. Then they stone JAT leader shri chotu ram statue. After that they were beaten up by JAT student. On the same night students in collage hostels beaten by police so student gathered from all hostels and beat police. On next day when everything was under control then police opened the fire and shoot in head a student. After that it turned violent. I am not in support of any destruction or any violence. But every destruction was not done by JAT but now media is showing that everything is done by JAT. We are not like that what you are thinking. Before coming to any conclusions read the history of JAT and know the truth. Prayer to my JAT brother: Please stop this all and stop them also who are doing destruction in our state and defaming our community. Jai Hind!