I would strongly recommend NOT painting with a broad brush and stereotyping....anyone, any culture, any country, any race, any sex or any religion.
People of all ethnicities can be corrupt!!!
Not really, look what Anna Hazzare has done for India. Maybe for his own self? Yeah, go on a hunger strike in order to put an end to corruption in the country. President Manmohan seems like a cool guy but Badal doesn't seem trustworthy at all. He seems corrupt to me.
Why would you say that? It's a bit stereo typical don't you think?
nope I have some Indian friends that are very giving.
No one can be trusted, trust me.
If that question is indicative of your intelligence, your a fool & a complete idiot.
nooooo..indians r not corrupt...
Thats just wrong ....
stern honest man is not available on planet. am I honest must be cleared before pointing others.
The entire universe is corrupt
I think its just certain indians... like certain white ppl and certain black ppl... there's untrustworthy people in all walks of life buddy. Not fair to judge a whole group ba<x>sed on a few jerks actions.
What the hell are you talking about here?...
No I am not. Thats your answer.
IndianS, notice the plural, can be corrupt as can anyone, in any race.
Here is a list of the 5 most corrupt people in the world and where they are from:
Mohamed Suharto (past President of Indonesia)
Ferdinand Marcos (President of the Philippines)
Mobutu Sese Seko (President of Zaire)
Sani Abacha (President of Nigeria)
Slobodan Milosevic (President of Serbia/Yugoslavia)
None of them are Indian, so don't go painting people with your stereotyping paintbrush, and that doesn't mean that their whole entirety of their race is. Learn your facts before saying something so ridiculous.
Water gate scam? so many scams world wide.entire planet corrupted.you also.Think alone once,have you ever bribed or not.Vatican is also not exceptional.
Your perception of Indians might be ba<x>sed on certain headlines or experiences but if I got robbed in the U.S I can't call all Americans theives can I?