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(12/11/2019) Ayutha Ezhuthu : Rajini-Kamal in Politics: MGR or Sivaji ?

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  1. Karthikeyan Jothiramalingam

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Stalin thani katchi, edapadi thani katchi, rajini thani katchi, kamal thani katchi, thillu iruntha vaaga da

  2. Kannan kannan

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Elaction nerunga nerunga payam athigama agiruchu ellorukkum thalaivar eppavume mass

  3. Hamza Ahamed

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Selvaraj. mendal

  4. Venkitapathi Rajunaidu

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    ரஜனி…..பைத்தியக்காரன்…..
    கமல்…..பொம்பளை விரும்பி…..

  5. Amal raj

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    தனி அரசு.. (தண்ணி அரசு ) தெளிவான அரசியல் பார்வை இல்லை.

  6. Bharath kumar Harindran

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Serepa sericha vivatham etharku muzhu karanam Ashoka pakku thaan

  7. Amal raj

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    இவனுங்க சொன்னாலும்.. சொல்லாவிட்டாலும்.. ரஜினி தான் C. M.

  8. shiva kumar

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Thani arasu nee loosu engardhu unga family ku theriyuma theriyadha aama illainu bathil sollu

  9. Saravanan

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    RAJANI WILL START PARTY 92 YEARS

  10. Baskaran R

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Makal Panatha sapetu Palaka patache Pudusa Yarunalu Vadha sothu Sakamudeyada Adha Baya

  11. cricket world

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Admk and dmk vukku marana adi vizhum

  12. மக்கள் செல்வாக்கு எடப்பாடிக்கோ , ஸ்டாலினுக்கோ இருந்தால் ஏன் பணம் கொடுத்து ஓட்டுகேட்கீறீர்கள் , அப்ப மக்களுக்கு எந்த நன்மையும் நீங்கள் செய்யவில்லை , எப்படியாவது பதவிக்குவந்து பொது சொத்தை கொள்ளையடிக்கவேண்டும் அப்படிதானே திருட்டு திராவிடமே?

  13. Suresh Siva

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Kamalhassan+ rajini sure…admk& DMK bye..bye…wait& watch

  14. Dhanabal Gurusamy

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Thalaivar for TN 🤘

  15. Charles Anthony swamy

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Ashoka Sirapaa panrel rajini katchi thodanguvaaro illayo, ooho nana, niyelam epadi journalist aaana, thalaivar will win sure

  16. rajni sankar Sangar

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Thalaivar rajini thaan cm poda

  17. Sathish Kumar

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    நல்ல விவாதம்

  18. GURU

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    வெட்டி கருத்துக்கள் எல்லாம் வெக்கி தலை குனியும் நாள் தொலைவில் இல்லை .பாபா ஆட்சி வந்தாச்சி

  19. Siva Kumar

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    kamal super next cm only kamal

  20. GURU

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    பாட்ஷாவிடம் தோற்போம் என்று தெரிந்தும் ஏன் இந்த வெட்டி பந்தா

  21. GURU

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    சாரம் அற்ற வார்த்தைகள்
    வீரம் அற்ற வித்தைகள்
    காட்டுவது யாரிடம் என்றால்
    பல கோடி மக்கள் படைகளை கொண்ட பாபாவிடம் .

  22. GoD

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    If kamal or rajinikanth cant be compared to mgr or jj

    By that standard hon cm n Dy cm ard piece of shit

  23. j kavitha j kavitha

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    எம் ஜி ஆா் அவா்கள் கடைசி ஏழு வ௹டம் உடம்பு சரியில்லாமல் படுக்கையில் கோமா stage லே இ௹ந்து நாட்டை சீரளித்தார்கள்

  24. GURU

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    உழைச்சவன் வருகிறான்
    பார்த்தவன் தவிக்கிறான்

  25. adhi adhi

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Thalaivar pathathula ellarakum bayum

  26. adhi adhi

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Thalaivar CM 2021

  27. ashis kumar

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Loosu 9 arasu punda

  28. Durai guru

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    TTV x Stalin x Rajini

  29. Simon Aamakariyaan

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    ரஜினிக்கு தான் என் முதல் vote

  30. Durai guru

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    MGR – AMMA- TTV

  31. GURU

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    பிறக்கும் போதே மன்னர்களாக இருந்தவர்கள் பலர்
    கூலியாக இருந்து மன்னன்னாக இருக்கும் வீரன் நீ ஒருவனே

  32. abirami gg

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    rasini apidiya shooting spot irunthu cm agidivaru pongada ……

  33. ரஜினி எம்ஜீஆரை"தாண்டி வெற்றி பெறுவார்,,

  34. enthiran da

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Un necessary debate this TV today don't have proper topic thaty

  35. Siva Kumar

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    அசோதவர்தனிக்கு கண்டனம் ஊழல் கறை படியாத காமராஜரின் வாரிசு சிவாஜி பற்றி பேச உங்களுக்கு தகுதி இல்லை காமராஜர் சிவாஜி தோற்றது தமிழக மக்களுக்கு தான் தோல்வி தவிர அவர்களுக்கு தான் அல்ல தந்தி தொலைக்காட்சி தனது தனி தன்மையை இழந்து கொண்டு இருக்கின்ற காலம் இது ……

  36. j kavitha j kavitha

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    விக்கிர வான்டியிலும் நாங்கு நோியிலும் அதிமுக ஒ௹ ஓட்டுக்கு 2000 கொடுத்தாா்கள்.நான் சாட்சி சொல்வேன்.

  37. GoD

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    I see kovai dog and I decide it will be a irritating debate

  38. Jeba Durai

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Rajinikkuthan janni vara poguthu Totaly will wash out

  39. GURU

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    பாபாவின் பந்தாட்டம் ஆரம்பம் முடிந்த ஒரு கோல் போட்டு பாருங்க

  40. siva krishna

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    தலைவர் முதல்வர்

  41. GURU

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    மக்களை மடையர்கள் ஆக்கி
    ஜாதிகளை ஊதி விட்டு
    குளிர் காய்ந்த எல்லாரும் ஓடி விடுங்கள் வருவது
    பொல்லாத வேங்கை

  42. Kumar Velusamy

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    எப்படி இந்த செல்வராஜை சமாளிக்கிறார்ளோ

  43. Jaco Dub

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Nice

  44. Jaco Dub

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    Good Topic

  45. GURU

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    திராவிட கட்சிகளின் வேரை பிடுங்கி ரஜினி ராஜ்ஜியம் விரைவில் அமையும் .

  46. Kumar Velusamy

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    கோவை செல்வராஜ் மென்டல்

  47. Rajendran RR

    12.11.2019 at 21:15

    MGR கட்சி தொடங்கிய போது அவருக்கு வயது 54

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For Scotland and Northern Ireland, a Weakening of Ties

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LONDON — While voters across England embraced Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party, it was a different story in Scotland and Northern Ireland, where Thursday’s electoral earthquake has strained the ties that bind the United Kingdom and increased the risk of its eventual breakup.

In Scotland a constitutional crisis looms after the dominant Scottish National Party made significant gains, winning 48 of 59 seats, and said it would press its demands for a second independence referendum — something that Mr. Johnson has already rejected.

The background in Northern Ireland is more complicated. But for the first time in its history, the territory elected more nationalist members of Parliament, who support reunification with the Republican of Ireland, than unionists, who wish to remain a part of the United Kingdom.

Though the situations are quite different in Scotland and Northern Ireland, the common thread is Brexit, a project supported by English and Welsh voters but opposed by majorities in Scotland and Northern Ireland in the 2016 Brexit referendum.

“Brexit has completely transformed the debate in Northern Ireland,” said Daniel Keohane, an Irish political analyst. “Before Brexit, no one seriously thought a united Ireland would happen anytime soon. Now it’s a very real prospect based on these results.”

In Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, the first minister, who leads the anti-Brexit Scottish National Party, said that it was “now clear beyond any doubt that an overwhelming majority of people in Scotland do want to remain in the European Union.” Then she demanded a repeat of the 2014 referendum in which Scots voted to remain part of the United Kingdom.

This was, she added, an “assertion of the democratic right of the people of Scotland to determine our own future.”

Such claims are unlikely to move Mr. Johnson, putting him and Ms. Sturgeon on a collision course. On Friday after a phone call between the two leaders, Mr. Johnson issued a statement saying that he had made clear to Ms. Sturgeon how he “remained opposed to a second independence referendum,” adding that the result of the 2014 vote “was decisive and should be respected.”

But the reality is that the politics of England and Scotland seem to be diverging. So while Mr. Johnson’s Conservatives won a landslide overall, they lost seven of their 13 Scottish seats despite their hopes that campaigning against Scottish independence might save them.

The main British opposition party, Labour, which once dominated Scottish politics, now holds just one seat there.

Removal from the European Union against its will is likely to feed a sense of resentment in Scotland, especially if Mr. Johnson’s Brexit plan proves as economically harmful as many expect.

In Northern Ireland it was a sobering night for the party that had championed Brexit there, the hard line Democratic Unionist Party. Its leader, Nigel Dodds, lost his parliament seat in Belfast North.

The Democratic Unionist Party had propped up the minority Conservative government since 2017, and ultimately felt betrayed when Mr. Johnson struck a new Brexit deal that leaves Northern Ireland linked closely to the European Union’s customs market, effectively severing it economically from the rest of the United Kingdom and putting a new border in the Irish Sea.

But an even more striking shift in Northern Ireland’s political trajectory, analysts say, is the startling support won by the centralist Alliance Party, which gained 8.8 percentage points in Thursday’s general election, more than any other party.

Unlike the territory’s main unionist and nationalist political parties, whose policies are mainly defined by sectarianism, the Alliance Party is neutral and has come to represent progressive and moderate politics across all communities.

“The real story of the night is the Alliance Party in the middle, which is now our third-largest party,” said Newton Emerson, a political commentator in Northern Ireland, who describes himself as a “liberal unionist.” “The big change we have seen in Northern Ireland is that we now have a three-community system.”

He said the troubled governance system created by the Good Friday agreement, the 1998 pact that halted decades of sectarian strife in Northern Ireland, “now has a third leg on the stool.”

Frustrated by the political deadlock between unionists and nationalists that led to the collapse of the region’s governing assembly more than three years ago, many voters supported the Alliance Party, hoping that an electoral sting for the main parties would force them to revive the local power-sharing government.

“The political paralysis has had great consequences,” said Marie Kelly, a trainee nurse, who voted for the Alliance Party in Belfast. “Our health system is collapsing, we just don’t have the resources and deprived areas are suffering so so badly.”

Ms. Kelly, who previously voted for the Democratic Unionist Party, said she had wanted to punish it for focusing on Brexit alone and ignoring other important problems. “We need a more neutral political representation that prioritizes issues over ideologies.”

Stephen Farry, the deputy leader of the Alliance Party, who won in the Belfast constituency of North Down that the Democratic Unionists had been favored to win, said his victory was tied to the values of “moderation, rationalism and inclusion.”

The biggest disappointment in the election was felt by unionists and loyalists who vehemently oppose Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s new Brexit deal.

“Of course, there will be some loyalists who will make a lot of noise about it. I don’t blame unionists for being upset,” Mr. Keohane said. “they have been betrayed by Boris Johnson, it’s as simple as that.”



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Chris Stirewalt’s urgent warning for American Democrats after British liberals routed

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Fox News Digital Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt said that Democrats “should take a lesson” from the landslide election victory of U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party over the left-wing Labor Party of Jeremy Corbyn.

“This is analogous to the American Democratic Party,” Stirewalt said on Fox Nation’s “Halftime Report.”

“The British Labor Party is where some in the Democratic Party are trying to take it,” he said. “A very radical agenda, extremely radical, with a heavy emphasis on sort of cultural politics, intersectionality, the politics of race and the politics of grievance.”

Johnson’s Tories won 365 seats in Parliament’s lower chamber, with Labour picking up just 203. It hands the Conservatives their biggest majority since the days of Margaret Thatcher and marks the worst showing for Labour since the 1930s.

Stirewalt also said that Corbyn is not an attractive figure to many U.K. voters.

“Jeremy Corbyn, the Labor leader, himself a supporter of Hamas in his time, a real wreck, and something that couldn’t appeal to mainstream Britons. And they got routed because they simply weren’t acceptable,” he said of the party.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., appeared to throw her support behind Corbyn on Thursday ahead of the vote and shared a video promoting the Labour Party.

“This video is about the UK, but it might as well have been produced about the United States,” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted. “The hoarding of wealth by the few is coming at the cost of peoples’ lives. The only way we change is with a massive surge of *new* voters at the polls. UK, Vote!”

“This is what people like Pete Buttigieg and Joe Biden and Michael Bloomberg are saying to American Democrats,” Stirewalt said. “‘Hey, look, you could go so far out on a limb that you render yourself unelectable.’ And then it doesn’t matter whether people like Donald Trump anymore, and then it doesn’t matter whether they think he’s honest or trustworthy… All that stuff doesn’t really matter if you render yourself unelectable.”

Additionally, Stirewalt described a scenario in which Democrats may alienate moderate voters on the same day that the Democrat-led House Judiciary Committee voted along party lines to send articles of impeachment against President Trump to the full House of Representatives for a vote.

Thirty-one House Democrats are from districts that President Trump won in 2016. Their votes for or against impeachment will be watched closely, as the latest RealClearPolitics average of polls shows that Americans are split over whether Trump should be impeached and removed from office.

“Which members lose first?” Stirewalt hypothetically asked. “The ones in moderate districts. And you can get shrunk down to a point where your party’s base is so out there… so crazy […] that you can’t be appealing to the mainstream anymore.”

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I’m telling about my “MTV first year” youtube mashup, and the underlying source code as well as my political and religious views, note I’m a liberal socialist Christian so keep this in mind, I’m way outside of the norm.

I’m not about making money as a primary objective and yes I’m either in Hell or I’m probably going to hell, but I’d rather stick up for what I believe in than limit myself by what the world and God thinks of me.

You can only do you, nobody else can. And nobody could do you better than you, given the same situation.

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