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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Aditya » Sun Feb 07, 2021 4:11 am

Next problem they are going to generate for Sachin Tendulkar likely they do with Kangna Ranaut. Maharastr is totally operated by D company and congress see what Pawar is saying.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Aditya » Sun Feb 07, 2021 4:13 am

In Chakka jam they come with Khalistani flags and still trying to say that they are farmers 90% farmer is working in the field only few people who want to come in politics are doing this sharing video of Khalistan flag

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by crams » Sun Feb 07, 2021 6:34 pm

Wow, reading the opinions of those Lutyen priks like Tavleen Singh, Vir Sanghvi, I wounder if Brits and US still are ruling India. Their wailing about "India has become a joke in the eyes of the west", India's image bla bla, and them blaming ModiJi for it is comical if not tragic.

Another canard that is is constantly bandies is the Howdy Modi event in Houston, TX. I was there in that event. It was at best a feel good event. And I can't recall ModiJi's exact context in which he said "ab ki baar Trump sarkar". I mean he said it to make Trump feel good. I doubt even Trump remembers it now, r any of the US law makers. ModiJi was only trying to further Indian interests. But our libarandus and separatists like ex diplomats K.C.Singh use that as ModiJi's interference in US politics, and hence all sundry from Rihana to porn stars to Khalistani can interfere in India. What a bunch of crap from these losers. With scum like these at the helm, no wonder India was colonized so easily in the past

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Muns » Mon Feb 08, 2021 2:56 am

I often wonder what drives their motivation. I guess that I can only look from previous experience. News media companies often engaged in the tele battle between leftist and rightist views. But what does this actually mean? For me, I got tired of not only seeing such kind of propaganda news, but also seeing the after repercussions of such disinformation. On the ground through various sites, we would often see not just to riots but often times mass murder and genocide occurring. Tens of hundreds with frequently dying in various confrontations especially riots.

What frustrated me was that none of these events were actually recorded/reported in major news media and I could clearly see when international agencies would report on anything that would put Hindus and Sanathan Dharm only in a bad light.

So, I ask again, what is really the motivation behind most of these “leftist organizations”. I have to put this down to individual egos as well as greed. I simply can’t understand the motivation behind most of these Jaichands. Most of them I feel have a poor concept or idea or of never been really trained in any kind of formal education process with regard to Hinduism. Perhaps it is the failure of organized Hindu teaching in India today. Fact is that without any kind of formal structure decimated by the British, most elite Hindus come up with their own versions of what they think is actual Hinduism.
I feel that is lack of such a formal structure that leads to these elite Hindus believing that therefore all abuse is appropriate. It does not matter how many actually Hindus die and how many genocides have to take place. As long as there are elite lives are not threatened then, who cares?

The other concern is God knows how many of these elite have been converted. In any case, I think we have to start wondering about the motivation behind most of these elite commentators on news channels.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by crams » Mon Feb 08, 2021 3:35 pm

MunsJi, one cannot say in general, but I can tell you for sure what in part motivates Lutyen English speaking chutiyas.

At their core, they are are as distant if not more from ordinary Hindus as whites are. To this end, they want to be part of the white elite. Now, if possible many of them have completely deracinated themselves from us SDREs (the famous BR term for short dark rice eating folks :-)). Prominent examples I can think of include Fareed Zakraiah, Tavleen Singh's half Paki son (Mrs Ryan Davis :-)), and a host of other self loathing mental midgets.

Then there are those who are desperate to be part of whites, but simply cannot. Prominent example of that is premier Lutyen elite Bimbo Nidhi Razdan. She faked her Harvard Prof BS until it came crashing down. And what was she going to 'teach' at Harvard: basically pour vitriol, scorn, and hate on ModiJi, TimesNow, Republic etc. Their main motivation is to behave like whites sitting on a pedestal in India and looking at their SDRE brethren from an oriental perspective just as whites do. In fact, all the white media jokers get their opinions and news about India by sitting in air conditioned 5-star hotels in Delhi during theie India stint (which they endure for a year or two as a stepping stone to a more plush posting) and schmoozing with the likes of Nidhi, Burka bibi, Vir Sanghvi etc.

Hence you see jokers constantly drumbeat this theme 'intolerant to dissent', "India's democracy in danger", "eye-eye-yo, India's image in the eyes of whites takes a beating" and crap like that. An extra terrestrial entity with intelligence, if he/she/it were to look at India for a few hours from afar will conclude that if anything India has way too much democracy and dissent, not less as these jokers claim.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Mon Feb 08, 2021 4:25 pm

You cannot tweet criticism against the state govt and you cannot tweet praise for the central govt.

Their crime is so serious. It's like reverse-sedition charges

But at the same time, Sharjeel Imam is not investigated :mrgreen:
Bharat Ratna Indira Gandhi: investigated for the Emergency.

Bharat Ratna Rajiv Gandhi: investigated for the Bofors Scam.

Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar and Bharat Ratna Sachin Tendulkar: investigated for pro-India tweets.
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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Tue Feb 09, 2021 5:49 am

As the Globalist Left attempts to use the ‘farmer protests’ to further its agenda, India and PM Modi receive praise from others in the West


As the Globalist Left attempts to use the ‘farmer protests’ to further its agenda, India and PM Modi receive praise from others in the West

PM Modi's perception is of a nationalist leader, who is leading a nation against Globalist institutions attempting to interfere with or influence the political system in India.

8 February, 2021
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Prominent American conservatives and right-wingers have begun to express their support for India and Prime Minister Modi in wake of the Greta Files leak. On Sunday, influential U.S. conservative Jack Posobiec tweeted a popular image of Prime Minister Modi which is extremely recognizable amongst the PM’s supporters. The image, with an in-image caption reads, “In reality they’re not after me, they’re after you. I’m just just in the way”.

The tweet seems to signal support for India amidst the current campaign that is underway, as the fallout from Greta Leaks continues to spread throughout the Internet.

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— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) February 7, 2021

Jack Posobiec is a television news host for the cable news station, One America News Network, operating in USA. He’s an extremely influential conservative on the social media website Twitter, with over 1.1 million followers to his name. In 2016, he was the Special Projects Director for Citizens for Trump, the largest Trump grassroots organization in the United States.

Mr. Posobiec has also questioned the involvement of the Canadian Government in the Farmer Protests, including Jagmeet Singh, a Canadian Member of Parliament who has been linked with Khalistani outfits.

Hi @JustinTrudeau! Since you're allowing your buddy @theJagmeetSingh to interfere in Indian politics, it'd be fair if India supported Quebec independence too, right?

— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) February 8, 2021


Credible allegations exist against Jagmeet Singh as being the person behind Rihanna’s Farmers Protest tweet. Mr. Posobiec also equated the Khalistan Movement to the Quebec Nationalist Movement, and exclaimed that if Canada can meddle in India’s internal politics, India can do the same thing vice versa. Mr. Posobiec was not the only American conservative who came out in support of India on social media.

On 4th February 2021, three days before Mr. Posobiec’s tweet, another noteworthy American conservative, Amy Mek signaled support for India. On Twitter, Amy Mek called upon her followers in India to help ‘expose the left’s coordinated attack’ on India and on the farm bills.

Amy Mek tweeted for India again, asking her fellow Americans to ‘pay attention to the coordinated global attack on India by the left.’ Amy Mek utilized her platform of more than 2,20,000 followers on Twitter to call for unity between Indians and Americans in order to fight the same dark forces of the Globalist Left.

America pay attention to the coordinated global attack on India by the left.

These radicals have launched a campaign to destroy India’s government and people. We are fighting the same dark forces and must unite with them.

Stand With India! #IndiaAgainstPropaganda

— Amy Mek (@AmyMek) February 3, 2021


Another prominent American conservative journalist Mike Cernovich, also came out in support for India on Twitter. Mr. Cernovich tweeted that one of the smartest person he knows has told him that ‘India is the future.’ Mr. Cernovich’s tweet was adjudged in the same context as Jack Posobiec and Amy Mek. Mr. Mike Cernovich is a highly influential conservative on the social media website Twitter, where he has over 6,60,000 followers.

The smartest person I know – one of the smartest in the world in fact – has told me India is the future.

Past experience has shown me this person is right.

So I’m passing that message along to you.

— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) February 7, 2021


Famous American YouTube personality and right-wing libertarian gamer, The Quartering, has posted a video covering the Greta Leaks on YouTube. The Quartering, who has accumulated over one million subscribers on YouTube, has received over 2 lakh views on his video since its upload. In his video, the Quartering goes through the Greta leaks, and heavily criticized the fake, inorganic activism of Greta Thunberg, Rihanna and others. The comments on this video are overwhelmingly pro-India, with seemingly most of them criticizing Greta and her toolkit brand of activism.

Across social media, in anti-left circles all around the world, the Nationalist rhetoric from PM Modi, has drawn praise. PM Modi’s perception is of a nationalist leader, who is leading a nation against Globalist institutions attempting to interfere with or influence the political system in India. Ever since the defeat of Donald Trump, the resignation of Shinzo Abe, the multiple scandals surrounding Jair Bolsanaro; and the shoddy handling of the Coronavirus Lockdown in U.K. by Boris Johnson, PM Modi remains the only legitimately elected, anti-Globalist leader.

Thus, those not fond of the Globalist Left from all across the world look towards India and PM Modi, as one of the only major democracies with a strong nationalist leader, to lead the fight against the Globalist Left and its neoliberal ideology.

India’s message of condemnation towards foreign actors attempting to influence her national discourse was met with praise from Western conservatives. The toolkit expose of Greta, which brought the story to mainstream attention, was the hook which lured a lot of Westerners to this story.

However, the real story is that India is effectively pushing back against these inorganic, foreign attempts to interfere with Indian affairs. Thus, at a time when India is being subjected to a negative international campaign, it has also drawn praise from unexpected quarters.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Tue Feb 09, 2021 7:30 am

Be under no illusions.

This idea will one day be used to justify genocide against Hindus.

After all, we never existed.


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When Europeans colonizers wanted to fully take over a place like Australia, they declared it "terra nullis" (uninhabited) - this is the same idea.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Muns » Wed Feb 10, 2021 7:59 am

Just some thoughts.

Watched a little bit today regarding the speech that Modi gave for Ghulam Nabi Azad. He talked about how during the terrorist attack in J&K when he was chief minister how much he felt for those who perished. How upset he was for handing over the dead back to their families. This is during the days when Modi was chief minister for Gujarat. Ghulam, finished off by saying how proud he felt to be a Hindustani Muslim and how he is thankful that he never left India for Pakistan.

All in all good optics I feel. From what I understand he was part of the G23 rebellion in the Congress party recently for those who felt like they should be a real shakeup with regard to internal elections. The constant dynastic politics between Sonja and Rahul I think seems to be wearing everybody down in the Congress party.

Ghulam, seems to be another Congress leader fed up with his own party and quietly making an exit to retire somewhere in the valley peacefully. Most likely his campaigning days are up.

Even the Congress couldn’t really say anything on his retirement. Modi might have done well to hit two points sowing further discontent in the Congress party and also reaching out with an olive branch to minority Muslim leaders in J&K valley, who might reflexively spew more madrassa hate against him and the BJP.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Wed Feb 10, 2021 7:10 pm

khalistani in panic mode


Narendra Modi@narendramodi

Was happy to receive a call from my friend @JustinTrudeau.

Assured him that India would do its best to facilitate supplies of COVID vaccines sought by Canada.

We also agreed to continue collaborating on other important issues like Climate Change and the global economic recovery.


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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Thu Feb 11, 2021 12:20 pm

if political bigots, hypocrites, rolers, commies and ropers are reduced to this, then someone must be doing something right :mrgreen:


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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Thu Feb 11, 2021 12:31 pm

serious burnol moment for neighbors and their friends in India

The United States on Wednesday said that there is no change in its policy on Jammu and Kashmir.

"I want to be very clear there has been no change in U.S. policy in the region," State Department Spokesperson Ned Price told reporters in view of a tweet from the South and Central Asia Bureau of the State Department which welcomed the resumption of 4G mobile internet in Jammu and Kashmir.
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No change in policy on Jammu and Kashmir, says U.S.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Thu Feb 11, 2021 6:22 pm

this option is very much open to India too. :mrgreen:


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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Aditya » Fri Feb 12, 2021 3:06 am

Seriously disturbing news guys again a Hindu guy targeted by Muslims. He was collecting for ram mandir and chanting Jay Shri Ram . Rinku a guy who belongs to Mangolpuri killed by muslims. A clear video got viral but still shameless Kejriwal has not done any single tweet yet. He is promoting Bangladeshis and ruining Delhi. Don't know how many Rinku, Dr Narang, Ankit Sharma will be killed in Kejrival era. Sharing the video

https://twitter.com/abhijitmajumder/sta ... 43552?s=20

https://twitter.com/GKapoor20/status/13 ... 84068?s=20

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Aditya » Fri Feb 12, 2021 3:17 am

Yesterday In India Today conclave Amit Shah cleared that after covid CAA will be Implemented. A bad time has been started for liberal Gang. see the crowd in Amit shahs rally

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Fri Feb 12, 2021 11:37 am

Huge blow to Mamata & TMC: 'Suffocated' Dinesh Trivedi quits as Rajya Sabha MP on LIVE TV

This can't be good for mumtaz bano and her goonda party


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I am resigning from Rajya Sabha today.

There is violence happening in my state.

We cannot speak anything here:

TMC Rajya Sabha MP Dinesh Trivedi

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Post by Muns » Fri Feb 12, 2021 4:24 pm

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Kumar » Sat Feb 13, 2021 4:19 pm

Interesting article. RSS first was supporting Sabarimala women entry before they realized that it was against wish of all Hindus.
Even with farmer's agitation, RSS Mohan Bhagat was pushing for negotiation and withdrawal of laws in January talking of virtues of "we are democracy".
The great soul of Param Poojaniy Guru Ji (Shri M. S. Golwalkar) would be crying tears of blood at the pathological deracination of Mohan Bhagwat, Narendra Modi and present day RSS and BJP leaders and their acolytes.

Since Sangh Pracharaks have very little family connect, they tend to get secularized in terms of ‘ritualistic’ side of Hinduism and develop a rationalist and atheistic view of life.
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Post by chetak » Sat Feb 13, 2021 11:24 pm

See what the badals are saying in parliament about the Hindus and then try and reconcile it with the khalistanis and their Idea of India.

She said to save your “ tilak & janeyu”.

So much of hate these people have for Hindus in their hearts . One thing is clear no matter how much respect and love you shower on them it will never be enough.

these people are not only the chief fomenters of the "farmer's agitation but also the chief tormentors of the society in punjab

note the venom in her discourse


What a shame this lady is @HarsimratBadal_ ..


WATCH VIDEO

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rolers, ropers and now the khalistanis.......... all seem to think that the Hindus are born and exist only to serve them. Doesn't matter where these guys are from or how many generations born in foreign lands like kaneda.

this is what they all think


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjP-FX7tpR4


Harsimrat Kaur Badal's speech in Lok Sabha. She is from the biggest arhtiya family in India.



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Post by chetak » Sat Feb 13, 2021 11:26 pm

Muns wrote:
Fri Feb 12, 2021 4:24 pm
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In the Case of Death of Navreet Singh the liberals won't believe in police version.

In the Case of Murder of Rinku Sharma the same liberals want us to believe the police version

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Muns » Sun Feb 14, 2021 7:42 am

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Aditya managed to get down to RInkus house and take a video. Worth watching and really appreciate any feedback. Apparently RInku even donated blood on occasion to those that even stabbed him. Some news about that even when taken to the hospital they tracked him down and made sure that no resuscitation attempt was even possible. How many of these stories do we have to keep seeing and reading about?

Also where is that fool Kejriwal, if this was anybody else but a Hindu he would be the first person at the door donating lakhs of central funds to ensure good publicity. However when Hindus gets killed, he is nowhere to be seen.


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Post by Muns » Sun Feb 14, 2021 7:49 am

BJP leader Kapil Mishra raises ₹50 lakh for the family of deceased Bajrang Dal activist Rinku Sharma

https://www.india-aware.com/latest/bjp- ... ku-sharma/
The BJP minister tweeted, “Friends, we involved in fund-raising of about 50 lakhs. People from all over the world came forward to support the family of Rinku Sharma. In view of the gruesome murder of Delhi’s son, Delhi CM has not even spoken a line. He’s too frightened to talk, afraid his voting bank would diminish. We’re not even calling for support from the government, but is Arvind Kejriwal the CM of a specific community?

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by chetak » Sun Feb 14, 2021 1:05 pm

This is how they fiddled the brexit and the US elections.

The next target is India :mrgreen:




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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by crams » Sun Feb 14, 2021 5:27 pm

Chetak,

I was really saddened and depressed when I first watched Harismrat Kaur's venomous tirade in the parliament. In sense it reinforced my experience with several Sikhs in US. You ask them where they are from, they never say India, they will say Punjab and not India (a euphemism for Khalistan). In many independence day and republic day and other India celebrations, many Sikhs don't show up. But you can count on them to hold placards against India. Thus, when you see Sikhs like her, K.C. Singh etc rant and rail against Hindus, it tells you a certain mindset. I cannot imagine that this is limited to a few.

IMO, Sikh sense of superiority and desire for separateness even if its not downright Khalistan is a big internal and external challenge for India going forward. Couple that with the challenge Islamists pose, we have the making of a powder keg. BIF must be salivating.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Muns » Sun Feb 14, 2021 11:01 pm

Hi CRamS,

I’m not quite sure that this is really a Punjabi thing. How many times have you met a Malayali and he will frequently see that they are from Kerala. If that Indian is of a different religion, then forget about it. They will clearly tell you that India is a conglomeration of states loosely held together and this is how it’s always been in history etc. etc.

It comes to my idea of something that I think about and I explain as to being “this zeal of the convert”. Unfortunately, this zeal I think exists on numerous scales, much more so for the Abraham religions and to a much lesser extent for homegrown religions including Sikhism and Buddhism.
In my view, there is very little to differentiate the two from original vendantic teaching. As Hindus we would look to these religions and consider them as stepbrothers. We may look at Abrahamic converted Indians from generations past and see the ”humanity” and maybe even an Indian who got confused along the way.

Not so for, those who have converted even if it has been generations past. What’s left is but a shell filled with new updated software and for hate of anything in their past.

Again, I will say this is much less so for Sikhs as well as Buddhists in comparison to the Abrahamic faiths. Hasimrat Kaur, as well as Sikhs here possibly would like to highlight the difference and keep that is a very clear difference and separation in their minds. It is this separation that breeds, the venomosity.

I don’t think however that this is true across Sikh organizations in India. Maybe a lot so here in the states but even here different Sikh communities fight even between themselves, with regard to those that are more tolerant and those that “possess the zeal”. I think on BRF, we termed it as “self loathing?”

Modi, has done well and gone out of his way to visit multiple Gurudwaras persistently. This is not an uncommon trait. As Hindus, how many of us would comfortably walk into a Gurudwara, and feel and see no difference. This is something that I think, we should truly build on with regard to even the Khalistani extremists. After all Guru Nanak was a Hindu and it only makes sense to continue to highlight that fact. I guess at the end of it, what I'm trying to say is that Hasimrat Kaur I feel is in a true minority. An extremist, possibly "zealot" struggling with"self hindu loathing" and then their Zeal, trying to create divisions as well as commotion... Where none exist but in her mind.

Just some thoughts, as rambled as they may sound.

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