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Free Press-Foundation of a Strong Democracy: Thomas Jefferson
Free Press-Foundation of a Strong Democracy: Thomas Jefferson
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Free Press-Foundation of a Strong Democracy: Thomas Jefferson


 Newspapers versus Governments 
By: Shamsher Singh Sandhu

 Translated Panjabi to English by: Balbir Singh Sooch 
Brainpower Lips about Brainteaser: Shamsher Singh Sandhu

Sometimes Newspapers and Governments keep hands in glove
Sometimes Newspapers and Governments meet head-on

Occasionally Newspapers bend before Governments
Occasionally Newspapers knock out Governments

On someone Newspapers fall hopelessly-cruelly
On someone just Newspapers do kindness

Sometimes Newspapers behave as Governments
Don’t know as to why Newspapers tolerate this weakness

Sometimes Governments collapse because of Newspapers
Sometime Newspapers face boldly Governments

Sometimes Newspapers fear from Governments
Sometimes Governments feel panicky from Newspapers

Sometimes Newspapers stand boldly for truthfulness
Sometimes Newspapers ignore truthfulness

Newspapers occasionally by laughing pass burning river
Sometimes Newspapers witnessed burnt at cross roads

Applaud for Newspapers who disapprove dictates of Governments
What could be said about Newspapers who are afraid of from system?

High severely and improbable wires do also climb Newspapers
But Sometimes Newspapers do encircle by high improbable wires

Some Newspapers are destroyed as a target of Governments
Some Governments put on fire Newspapers

Common and in general people believe as true news published by Newspapers
Don’t they know as to why and what news published by Newspapers

Mostly to spy or to influence to know the truth news published by Newspapers
Sometimes but the true story is suppressed by Newspapers

Some are seasonal writer, intentionally and deliberately, they do so
Remembering why and what are published by Newspapers

As Newspapers publish some write accordingly
Some writers write as the same published by Newspapers

There was time when one Newspaper used to be read in five six houses
Now one man reads five six Newspapers daily

Some Newspapers scrutinizing each news carefully and publish
Some Newspapers create dilemma and commotion in news and publish

Newspapers do have responsibility as to what is conveyed in Newspapers
Sometimes but, intentionally and deliberately, do play foolishly some Newspapers

In Magazine, the same script five or seven hundred do read
The same script read by lacs and thousands in Newspapers

Some Journalists are intelligent, sober and receptive
Some use pens as if swords are in actions during war

To simple news, sometimes Newspapers do complicate-complex
Sometimes to complicate-complex news are solved by Newspapers

Largely and occasionally Newspapers do publish good news Sometimes,
but good news are eat*en and as food swallowed by Newspapers


Posted and Translated Panjabi to English by: Balbir Singh Sooch
http://oll.libertyfund.org/quote/302

Thomas Jefferson’s preference for “newspapers without government” over “government without newspapers” (1787)
http://oll.libertyfund.org/quote/302

Forwarded By Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch
http://www.sikhvicharmanch.com/
https://www.facebook.com/balbir.singh.355


Free Press-Foundation of a Strong Democracy: Thomas Jefferson


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