India. Caught In The Center, Gravitating Around Itself - PART 2
First off: Thanks for being here.
You may have noticed a particular approach that combines event-driven or objective journalism with academic exposition interspersed with colloquialisms wrapped within an aim to be serious while allowing a sardonicism expressed in a smart-assy style to shine through?
I realize that anyone who doesn't know me may have a hard time drawing the line between what's serious and what's satire, knowing when I'm being genuine or tongue in cheek.
In truth, that only matters if your aim is in knowing more about me; if you read enough of what I put out, over time, I think that line will become clear. My goal is to provide a different point of view, provoke some reflection, doing so mostly through humour.
You'll notice that streeters don't mince words, nor do they shy away from using or discussing certain terms, nor are they afraid to paint a raw, crude image that's sure to please no one, but you'll surely appreciate
that each instance has a clear, positive goal. Also, it should quickly become clear: on this street, we don't do tribal. Especially so.
Take issue with any views? Feel free to reach out and say why.
- Do know that DMS&UY:
- believes that people should come before profits
- believes that today's Capitalism is destroying us all
- may voice anger, but we don't promote hate, in any form
Rest assured: Deceiving you is in no way a part of DMS&UY's aims.