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Post by chetak » Tue Feb 25, 2020 3:24 pm

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Post by Muns » Wed Feb 26, 2020 6:35 am

After the Valley, Bengal, Kerala, now it seems that Delhi can be added to that list. Receiving ground reports from Saurabh who have showed post to soon about section 144 being imposed in areas in a complete lockdown. However still some of the violence seem to go on unabated. Hindus are being targeted for merely wearing a Mauli. A few years ago I remember ago I remember my guru telling me about why we wear a Mauli, it reminds us to keep a spiritual attitude towards life.

Today, as they have done in Afghanistan, Muslims in Delhi are targeting Hindus wearing a Mauli and lopping off their hands. Muslims who generations past were Hindus, are cutting off the very own hands that provided for them in years past.
It's a disgraceful and upsetting situation as to the amount of brainwashing that one can go under. Under the pretext of CAA, (which I'm sure everybody understands by now as to letting in a few thousand Hindus from being butchered in surrounding Islamic nations), what is currently ongoing is nothing but Jihad.

Jihad against Trump for his anti-Palestine agenda and jihad against the ever Kufr Hindu. Policemen are getting killed but if you look at the social media sites unfortunately all you see on twitter is a mass movement regarding hatred against Modi,Shah and Hindus.
What I've realized is twitter can be manipulated by a few hundred twitter users all going to town at the same time. Mohammed Bin Salman has use this quite effectively in Saudi Arabia, and now seems to be that other nations are using social media against us as well.

The death toll i'm afraid will continue to rise. I can only hope, that the brainwashed momin will realize the futility in such violence. In the long run, what they have showed is that a global movement against Islam is crushing the momin into anything....anything but being a muslim.

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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by saurabh » Thu Feb 27, 2020 3:47 am

As we were thinking if AAP comes in the power every Muslim area will be Saheenbagh. Going to give you some ground reports from Delhi. It all started on the 22nd of Feb. Because of these radicalized Islamic groups. They all are sponsored by Tahir Hussain. He is AAP MLA. They have already planned it from Saheenbagh. They entered Hindus house and threw stones on them. even if you can see a policeman was killed by their bullet. According to our ground reporter Renu a girl who has KALAVA in her hand they cut her hand. The people who was passing through Khajuri to their homes are forced to chant ALLAHU AKBAR. Vinod Kumar was killed in front of his son Nitin because their bike has a sticker of JAI SHREE RAM. They killed the IB officer also and threw him in the drain. They planned it for Trump's visit. So that they can show him that India is unsafe for the minorities. It all was planned by AAm AADMI PARTY MLA Tahir. The situation is under control by Delhi police after they got the permission of Shoot at sight.

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Post by chetak » Thu Feb 27, 2020 4:02 pm

Dravidian Terrorism- Naked Truth in a Nutshell


Dravidian Terrorism- Naked Truth in a Nutshell

Scores of Brahmin families were ruthlessly savaged, and their homes plundered. Unsuspecting Brahmins were brutally dragged to the streets, abused, humiliated, their identity back hair locks cut off, and their Sacred Threads snapped, after which they were pushed to the ground, dragged by ropes tied to their feet, and literally bludgeoned or hacked to death.

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Dravidian Terrorism is a standout. If terrorism of any kind, any place, any time, is deplorable, this is one of a kind which beggars description! It does not stop with whatever thoughts the mention of the term terrorism could spontaneously evoke, but goes way beyond to employ a whole range subtler tactics from stifling of educational and employment opportunities, stunting of professional/occupational growth to economic oppression, and emotional torture by hurting religious, ritualistic sentiments. Unlike most other forms of terrorism, it targets not aliens, nor the majority in a nation, but a small helpless cross section of the indigenous population which constitutes an infinitesimal minority — The Brahmins.

The Dravidian movement, which estranged the Brahmin community, started in the early twentieth century, crept through Tamilnadu, and grabbed some mass support by the sheer power of propaganda; parties were formed, leaders declared, supporters amassed. Notable parties of the early period were the Justice Party (நீதிக்கட்சி) and the Self-Respect Movement (சுயமரியாதை இயக்கம்). Later came the Dravida Kazhagam (D.K.), founded out of those parties in 1944, by E.V. Ramasamy Naicker (E.V.R.). Five years since, in 1949, another party — the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (D.M.K.) — splintered off, as its founder C.N. Annadurai (Anna) dissented from several of the views of E.V.R., especially his views on faith in God, and religious practices. Even as Anna openly propounded his monotheism, and the oneness of the human species as a global community, “Community is one, so is God.” (ஒன்றே குலம் ஒருவனே தேவன்), E.V.R., continued to advocate his pseudo-atheism, of which the primary objective was to malign and harm Brahmins, and slander the faith and practices of Hinduism, in the name of “atheism” and “discerning intellect” — pagutharivu — the handy Dravidian contraption which purports to eradicate superstition.

It was election time in 1967 and the D.M.K., entered the fray. Even as the chances of D.M.K., winning were being hotly debated, Chakravarthy Rajagopalachari (Rajaji), freedom fighter and senior statesman, who had held distinctive positions as the last Governor General of India, Chief Minister of Madras State, Minister of Home Affairs, Governor of West Bengal, Minister of Education threw his weight behind the D.M.K., which catapulted the party to power. Not too long after, this good-intentioned act of Rajaji’s turned out to be something which he himself had to regret for the rest of his life. With D.M.K., rising to power, its founder Anna became the Chief Minister. But his short-lived tenure, relatively placid, came to an end with his demise in 1969. He was succeeded as the Chief Minister by another Dravidian leader M. Karunanithi. Unlike his predecessor, Karunanithi had a strong inclination toward E.V.R’s pseudo-atheistic views, and as the field was clear, the new, power-laden Chief Minister wasted no time in realizing the long-cherished dream of his mentor E.V.R., another front runner K.Veeramani (who later became the head of D.K.), and the like, and incidentally that of his own — reign of terror against the target group.

Brazen acts of violence were staged against Brahmins, setting off a bloody saga in Tamilnadu. Scores of Brahmin families were ruthlessly savaged, and their homes plundered. Unsuspecting Brahmins were brutally dragged to the streets, abused, humiliated, their identity back hair locks cut off, and their Sacred Threads snapped, after which they were pushed to the ground, dragged by ropes tied to their feet, and literally bludgeoned or hacked to death. Some of these helpless victims even had their mouths peed into when they were screaming for a sip of water at the moment of their miserable, horrendous death. Even children, women and the elderly were not spared. Ravages of unimaginable proportions were inflicted upon innocent Brahmins, just because they were Brahmins: that is to say that they had no idea as to what was happening, or why it was happening, as they had nothing to do with politics. Many Brahmin families had to flee their domiciles, never to return. Name boards of shops, restaurants, and other private establishments which bore Brahminical surnames were targeted, and the surnames were tarred out, if not, the boards themselves smashed. Anything that was even remotely connected with Brahmins was vandalized. In short, it was vile, ignoble, unprovoked draconianism let loose. And the mercenaries, hooligans, and thugs who showcased it “in style” were hailed as heroes. Even the police personnel were on their side, some of them out of volition, and the others out of coercion, or supplication to power. Such was the tyranny that the conscientious and daring police officers who repulsed at the outrages could do nothing more than merely say: “Our hands are tied; please take care of yourselves.”

Since the beginning, the Dravidian leaders had contrived various forms of vicious plans. First, they created a divide within the Hindu community. They projected Tamilnadu as the land of Dravidians, and Brahmins as Aryan intruders into their land, who were grabbing job opportunities, and robbing the natives of their rightful livelihood, and who would, one day, drive them away, empty handed, from their domiciles. Further, they picked up a few unacceptable practices and rituals which were unfortunately prevalent in the society at large, but which were strongly criticized by Brahmins themselves, and called the hodgepodge of such practices and rituals, “Brahminism.” Thus, they spread the unwarranted fear of, and undeserved hatred against Brahmins and “Brahminism”, and sought to rope in the rest of the Hindu community as a united front, and pit it, against Brahmins. “If you were to see a Brahmin and a snake at the same place, spare the snake, but kill the Brahmin.”: this is just a mild sample of their motivational speeches — “mild” because instant killing is much more humane than meting out lasting torture!

Next, they tactfully equated this unfairly tarnished Brahminism with Hinduism, so as to create a window through which to thrust their pseudo-atheism dubbed as atheism. This pseudo-atheism and discerning intellect are inseparable twins forming the core of Dravidian ideology, and ably complementing each other’s endeavors to inspire followers. “Those who do not subscribe to this ideology are but backward-looking, superstitious morons!”: with such thoughts indoctrinated into their heads, the gullible followers made a headlong rush to the “proud” ranks of “discerning intellectuals” because their ideology was new, or different, or unheard of, or hitherto unpropounded, and also because it ripped away the shameful mantle of “superstitious moron”, and in its place, conferred upon them, the newfound glory as an “intellectual”, no matter of what kind, but they ultimately did so in the chimerical hope that it would transmogrify their destinies.

As for their propaganda, these farsighted Dravidian leaders were trend setters to use multifaceted means, in Tamilnadu. That is, even at a time when public speeches, newspapers, magazines, and the radio were the only means of mass communication, they not only made the most out of all those, but also transformed the drama stage, and the movie theatre, even when the Indian movie was in its infancy, from harmless enclaves of entertainment into efficacious instruments of public outreach, so as to deliver their malicious message to thousands in no time. Ironically, Brahmins too coughed up their money and thronged to watch those movies, which they thought were nothing more than entertainment.

However, the majority of the gullible, Dravidian loyalists lured by the non-existent prospect of transmogrification, and the otherwise unattainable glory as a “discerning intellectual” ended up playing stooge to their enticers, the Dravidian leaders, who in stead of reciprocating their loyalty, exploited it in numerous ways, without giving their stooges a whiff about the exploitation.

An anglophile, and a proponent of the British rule, E.V.R., was opposed to Indian independence, and is noted for his vociferous views in favour of anti-Nationalism and separatism; in his own words, for instance, “This is a country which is incapable of making even safety pins. Does it deserve independence?” E.V.R., and his band saw Brahmins as the face of Hinduism, and of Nationalism too (as of Hindusthan/Bharath), and therefore the primary target of their organized destruction of the Hindu and National Spirit that was guiding the freedom movement. In situations where they themselves could not flaunt their hatred of Brahmins, they sang a different tune, “We are not against Brahmins, but against Brahminism.” But in effect, they were not only against Brahmins and whatever they meant by Brahminism, but also against Hinduism and Nationalism. Through the unfairly tarnished image of Brahminism, they associated every bit of social injustice to Hinduism, and extended it to Nationalism. However, when Independence looked “imminent”, E.V.R., set his eyes on a sovereign state — Dravidanadu (the Land of Dravidians). To this end, he tried to persuade the British, but failed. As the British would not budge, he turned to Mohammed Ali Jinnah, who was clamouring for a break-away Pakistan, and tried to court him saying he was ready to support Jinnah’s cause in return for Jinnah’s support for his. However, his exertions in this connection were later touted, by some of his idolizers, as his gallant contribution to the Indian National Freedom Struggle, and he was himself raised to the status of a selfless freedom fighter of the ranks of the Mahathma, when in reality, all that he struggled for, was a Dravidanadu — free from India, preferably free of Brahmins.

When his separatist strategem fell flat, he fell back on his famed pseudo-atheism and discerning intellect preoccupying himself with convening public meetings, conferences, processions and rallies casting profanities on Hindu Deities, Scriptures and defiling Hindu practices. Breaking of Lord Ganesh Idols, (108 idols, a number venerated in the Hindu faith), as a counter ritual to the breaking of coconuts before Ganesh Idols highlighted these rallies taken out across the state, with much fanfare and the usual profanities, obscenities, swearwords, and what not. Probably not satisfied with all that, in 1971, he organized a massive two-day conference — Superstition Eradication Conference (மூடநம்பிக்கை ஒழிப்பு மாநாடு) — at a place called Salem in Tamilmadu. In the conference, Hindu Deities portrayed naked, with garlands made of sandals (chappals) worn on them were held aloft and carried along in a procession, beaten all along, with chappals. Ravanleela, a counter to Ramleela, marked the culmination of the procession, in which a ten feet tall effigy of Lord Shri Ram, with a chappal garland around the neck, was set ablaze.

To wrap up the aforesaid two-day conference, the top brass of the Dravida Kazhagam met under the stewardship of E.V.R., and passed some ten crucial party resolutions — the English version of these resolutions, originally published in Tamil, in the official publication of Dravida Kazhagam — “Viduthalai” (Independence) Issue dated 25 January 1971:

1. There shall be no punishment for hurting religious sentiments.

2. There shall be no governmental protection for God/religion.

3. If the wife of one man wishes for another man, she shall not be convicted.

4. There shall be no affinity for God, religion, caste, language, or nation among people.

5. The supreme court shall be abolished.

6. Brahmins shall not be referred to as Brahmins (பிராமணர் — a reverential term) but as “Parpanar” (பார்பணர் — a derogatory term).

7. Tamils shall confiscate all Brahmin publications.

8. Hinduism is not a religion.

9. We are not Hindus; we shall declare that we are not Hindus in the forthcoming census.

10. Eliminating casteism means abominating Brahmins.

These egregious resolutions are but a mitigated revelation, or confession (since they came out in their own publication) of the mindset of, and the driving force behind the Dravidian ideology, which as evidenced from the above, stood for debauchery and adultery, in terms of morality and culture; for rebellion and anarchy, in terms of nationhood and patriotism, and for anti-Brahminism and anti-Hinduism, in terms of faith and religion.

Following the demise of E.V.R. in 1973, the leadership of D.K. perched briefly on his wife Maniammai, and setteled eventually on K. Veeramani, a close associate of E.V.R. Then, Karunanithi and Veeramani pledged to keep alive, the legacy left behind by E.V.R., but in a way, they took it to new heights.

Criticizing idol worship, day in and day out, they erected statues of their departed icon E.V.R., across the state. Not to mention, some of the statues of this iconoclast of Hinduism, were positioned, in front of Temples, and Mutts — places so insightfully chosen. Further, on the walls of the Temples, and at other eye-catchy spots around, they left graffiti of E.V.R’s “golden nuggets of ‘discerning intellect'” like “There is no God; those who believe in God are uncivilized brutes.” The “intellectual” leaders, and partymen perform such rituals to those statues as the “superstitious” Hindus would perform to the idols of their Deities.

True to their “pseudo” hallmark, they preach from the rooftops, but choose where to practice because when it comes to practice, it is often one thing in the open, and another, in the hideouts. They reprimand those of their own followers who deviate from the “enlightened” path of “discerning intellect”, but with their own families and friends, they shut their eyes and ears, and allow or even encourage, with open hearts, practices that are directly antithetical to their own avowed ideals. Some even take part in such practices behind the screen, perhaps with greater devotion than that of most theists themselves! They vilify Brahmins, but invite Brahmin Priests to their homes to perform Poojas for their well being. They repel Sanskrit, demand that Sanskrit be replaced with Tamil in Temples, but insist on Sanskrit Manthras in functions at their homes, and in the laying of cornerstones for their buildings. Those in the film industry never initiate a movie shooting without Brahmins performing Invocatory rituals in Sanskrit.

Caste based reservations in education and employment in the government sectors are nothing new to India. The D.M.K., and the D.K., leapt up a step further to demand such reservations in the private sector too, more to stifle the opportunities for the forward community, particularly Brahmins, than to alleviate the suffering of any group. Speaking of caste, they reinforce casteism. E.V.R., often touted as the eliminator of casteism, remarked, “Dalits could never become the head of Dravida Kazhagam.” That is, after roping in all non-Brahmins into one group, they would make groups within groups, divisions within divisions. One fallout of this incessant grouping and divisioning is the formation of several outfits, sharing the same ideology.

There has always been a stiff competition among these various Dravidian outfits to show who is closer to the minorities. Karunanithi would never let go of an opportunity to glorify the minorities and snub the majority. For instance, the “sworn atheist” would take pride in posing himself with the Islamic traditional cap on his head, drinking the Ramadan porridge, and celebrating Ramadan with the Islamic community. According to him, Ramadan fasting is “beneficial to health”, while Hindu practices like fasting, or fire walking are but “Barbarism.” He made his famous scorn, which raised hackles even among his party men, when one of them showed up with Kumkum on his forehead: “His forehead is bleeding, take care….” Further, in their rat race to woo Muslims, these parties would stop at nothing, even if it means jeopardising national security. What else can one make out of parties vying with one another to pick up the cudgel on behalf of Rohindia infiltrators, or to revolt against the CAA?

The self-styled custodians of the Tamil language, Karunanithi and his minions, probably forgot all about their “atheism” when they suddenly woke up to some centuries-old tradition, and started lobbying for Sanskrit to be replaced with Tamil for Archanai/Poojas in Temples. It must be noted that worship in Sanskrit was very much entertained even by the legendary Tamil emperors of yore who built those Temples. Of course, Tamil worship was also present. Anyway, after much wrangling, Sanskrit was retained with a ruling that a parallel Tamil version would also be made available for those devotees who opt for it. Further, they wanted non-Brahmins as Priests in Temples. They saw Priesthood as a purely commercial enterprise (rather than a divine occupation) with which, they proclaimed, Brahmins were “minting money.” Then they presented themselves as champions of caste equality who were battling to make a fair distribution of employment opportunities, among castes, by making non-Brahmins, Priests. The truth is that so many of the Brahmin Priests were and are struggling to make ends meet. Further, those self-proclaimed champions sought to find gratification in violating a sacred Hindu tradition, when the truth is that even by tradition, there are so many Temples in Tamilnadu with non-Brahmins as Priests, who occupy the position by virtue of lineage, which means that their position cannot be challenged by anybody else, “even” Brahmins. Further, the ancient Temples, which come under the stranglehold of The Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment Board, were installed with display boards and wall writings which urge devotees to “Drop their offerings in the Hundial (the ‘official’ receptacle for offerings).” On the surface, it is a message intended to ensure the use of the Hundial offerings for the upkeep of these Temples. But deep inside, it is one intended to stymie any voluntary offering to the Brahmin Priests, and divert even small offerings into the Hundial. Last but not least, what happens to Temple wealth, controlled by the Endowment Board, let alone the Hundial offerings, is common knowledge. On the whole, they were bent on converting Temples into crass commercial establishments, stripped of sanctity. However, after all this, even as the question what business an atheist has in a Temple remains unanswered, the Dravidian think tank keeps inventing newer and finer methods of Hindu sacrilege and looting of Temple wealth. By taking lessons from the Dravidian think tank, the British could probably better their “Divide-and-Rule” policy, and the historic Moghul rulers, their desecration and looting of Hindu Temples, torture and decimation of Hindu sticklers, and hurting of the Hindu faith and sentiment.



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Re: The Great Indian Political Drama - 4

Post by Primus » Thu Feb 27, 2020 11:07 pm

Posting after a very long time ----- personal problems.

Delhi's scenes and stories are very disturbing indeed, reminds me of the 1984 massacre of the Sikhs by Congoons and hired Muslims brought in from outside. Now it is the majority population of the City that is threatened. How does this happen? How can somebody hate people they've never met before to lop off their hands or stab them 400 times (as the poor IB officer is said to have suffered)?

Truly a dark day for the country and for my beloved Delhi. If this does not teach the complacent Hindus about the follies of supporting people like Kejriwal nothing else will.

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Post by chetak » Fri Feb 28, 2020 7:34 am

twitter called it absolutely right
Can you imagine an oped this morning on #DehliRiots which doesn’t mention #TahirHussain even once but #KapilMishra 4 times? Here’s a Friday news quiz: guess the author’s name. Hint: he’s the same guy who never ever peddles falsehoods


Delhi riots were waiting to happen


Delhi riots were waiting to happen

The real worry is that the ongoing violence may be a trailer, and it may soon spread elsewhere

Feb 27, 2020
Rajdeep Sardesai





This is the age of the rabble-rouser with social media amplifying the noise of the loudest voices. In Delhi, a marginal politician like Kapil Mishra has mastered the art of staying in the news by making provocative remarks. Mishra, once a minister in the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government and now with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), is accused of fuelling the flames that have engulfed a part of the national capital by threatening the anti-Citizenship (Amendment) Act, or the CAA, street protesters to withdraw their agitation or face the consequences. The same leader had during the Delhi election campaign pitched the election as an “India versus Pakistan” battle, a shockingly communal remark designed to spread hate in the hunt for votes. Then he was barely rapped on the knuckles by the Election Commission, but now his mischievous role in the Delhi violence needs to be investigated.

Mishra is not alone in being a troublemaker. Last week, Waris Pathan, a local leader of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) in Mumbai, had warned of how “our 15 crore” can outweigh “their 100 crore” in the context of the anti-CAA protests. These incendiary remarks have only added a toxic edge to communal relations on the ground, leading to an eruption that has left dozens dead and more than 100 injured in the Delhi riots.

Let’s be clear: This was a riot waiting to happen after months of hateful, high-pitched rhetoric that has sparked off fear, resentment and anger among communities. When protesters at Shaheen Bagh are described as “desh ke gaddar” (anti-nationals) who “deserve to be shot” by government ministers and their cheerleaders, and when every attempt is made by the political leadership to demonise the Indian Muslim, the seeds are sown of a potential flashpoint. When a relentless propaganda machine with the aid of some media caters to the worst prejudices of the majority community, then a deepening religious divide on the ground is almost inevitable. That the State did not seem to anticipate the likelihood of trouble is even more perplexing: The government machinery was caught napping, deliberately or otherwise. That it should happen while a high-profile United States presidential visit is underway is even more baffling. Surely, the last thing the Narendra Modi government wanted was the pageantry of a ceremonial occasion being shadowed by the grim underbelly of religious violence on the street.

Which is why the role of the State machinery in failing to control the violence needs investigation. It’s the oldest rule of the administrative rulebook that no riot is allowed to simmer for 48 hours without some level of either administrative incompetence or complicity or both. On day one, the Delhi police was outnumbered and ill-prepared to handle the spurt in street violence. On day two, there is enough video and anecdotal evidence to suggest that the police, instead of acting in a strict and non-partisan manner, was seen to shamefully side with one group of rioters. This “communalisation” of the police force is not new: In almost every major riot, the police’s role as an enforcer of the rule of law without fear or favour has come under the scanner. In recent times, the police has been totally embedded with the ruling elite: The entire system of transfers and appointments is decided on the whims and fancies of the political class.

Which is why both the police headquarters and administrative leadership in the home ministry need to answer some tough questions. Who failed to ensure that sufficient police forces were on the ground on the first day of the violence? And who allowed the police to get away with their one-sided actions on day two of the rioting? This dangerous mix of incompetence and complicity cannot go unpunished. The fact that some anti-CAA protests organised by Muslim groups in northeast Delhi took a terribly violent turn, was seen as enough reason to allow local Hindu groups to retaliate with impunity. The result is a scarred and divided neighbourhood where both ordinary Hindus and Muslims have suffered a loss of life and property.

The real worry is that north-east Delhi may only be a trailer, and that it will not take long for similar violent eruptions to spread elsewhere. For there is little sign that the ruling party at the Centre has learnt its lessons or that it genuinely wants to bridge the growing religious divide. If it did, it would sack the likes of Kapil Mishra, instead of indulging and even legitimising their venomous rhetoric. If it did, it would start a dialogue with the Shaheen Bagh protesters instead of ostracising them. And if it did, it would realise that the politics of reflexive anti-Muslim hatred may consolidate a Hindutva vote bank but will only end up polarising society to the point of no return.

Post-script: In my reporting from northeast Delhi, I met Kamal Sharma, whose restaurant was gutted and I met Mohammed Nawaz, whose fruit shop and house was razed to the ground. Both lived on opposite sides of the main road. If we can’t heal both their lives, we will have only created another unofficial “border”, this time in the heart of the national capital.

Rajdeep Sardesai is a senior journalist and author. His latest book is 2019: How Modi won India
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Post by chetak » Sun Mar 01, 2020 5:57 am

Aviral Sharma @sharmaAvl · 18h

Each time he was stabbed, they poured acid over the wound it left.

After piercing his eardrums, they poured acid inside it.

After gouging his eyes out, they poured acid on the hollow spot.

No I'm not talking about Capt Sourabh Kalia. This happened with Ankit Sharma in India.

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Post by chetak » Sun Mar 01, 2020 12:42 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_IuLi-cE_0


Arnab goswami in INDIA FOUNDATION conclave: Nationalist Hub Feb 28, 2020



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Tahir Hussain trail leads to Kejriwal, Sisodia

AAP Councillor Tahir Hussain's call details may implicate Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia, say police


Tahir Hussain trail leads to Kejriwal, Sisodia

AAP Councillor Tahir Hussain's call details may implicate Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia, say police

By Sirf News Network
1 March 2020


The details of phone calls of Tahir Hussain, suspended from the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) following allegations that he incited violence in north-east Delhi and that he might have played a role in the rape and murder of a woman, have led to an even more shocking revelation. The call details of three days before the anti-CAA riots show Hussain had spoken to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, his deputy Manish Sisodia and Okhla Village MLA Amanatullah Khan for three days before the area he lives in erupted.

According to information received from sources, Tahir Hussain called Khan 56 times, Deputy Chief Minister Sisodia 18 times and Chief Minister Kejriwal nine times in the said period.

North-east Delhi erupted in riots when some Hindus, harangued for the past two months, objected to Muslims protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in north-east Delhi. The law-abiding citizens feared that the scourge of Shaheen Bagh may spread to other parts of the capital city.

However, it became evident on Sunday that the other side was more than ready to escalate matters. Tahir Hussain was not just seen wielding a stick on the roof of his house, stashed with weapons of rioting like catapults, acid and rocks, during the riots.

MEANWHILE, THE DEATH TOLL OF ANTI-CAA RIOTS IN DELHI HAS RISEN TO 42. HTTPS://T.CO/PCVKVKUN2S VIA @SIRFNEWSINDIA #DELHIRIOTTRUTH

— Ashish Kumar Sharma (@samar_sesh_hain) February 28, 2020
Worse, Tahir Hussain was implicated by a television channel in a suspected case of rape and murder. On camera, an acquaintance of Tahir Hussain pointed at the burnt undergarments of a woman found in the basement of the AAP councillor’s house and said the undies were of a woman whose body has been found in a drain nearby.

Burnt undergarments of girl recovered from Tahir Hussain’s house, naked body from drain nearby
The riots, which an SIT of the Crime Branch of Delhi Police is investigating, killed 42 people.

Yesterday, a 60-year-old garbage-recycler died in the riots, after which the death toll reached 43.

Tahir Hussain called Amanatullah Khan 56 times, Deputy Chief Minister Sisodia 18 times and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal nine times before north-east Delhi erupted in riots in which the AAP councillor was seen involved

On Friday, the Health Department confirmed four more deaths.

Intelligence Bureau security assistant Ankit Sharma and Delhi Police head constable Ratan Lal were killed in the violence. The first was brutalised to death, seen in the autopsy report of his body that mentioned 400 odd stab wounds. The second was shot dead by a rioter.

Police have so far registered a total of 123 FIRs in connection with the north-east Delhi communal violence. Police say they have detained 623 people.

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Post by chetak » Mon Mar 02, 2020 6:44 am

Journalist says US newspaper offered USD 1500 for reporting on Delhi riots on religious lines, reveals about other such ‘news plants’


Journalist says US newspaper offered USD 1500 for reporting on Delhi riots on religious lines, reveals about other such ‘news plants’

Calling out Indian journalists who sell their souls for a few hundred dollars, he said that he was offered huge amount for writing on the people who died in Delhi riots on religious lines.

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The Pioneer Journalist J Gopikrishnan

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Senior journalist J Gopikrishnan, associated with The Pioneer, on Saturday took to Twitter to reveal how a US-based newspaper publication offered him USD 1,500 for a 1,000 word article to report on how many died on religion basis in Delhi’s anti-Hindu riots which coincided with the visit of US President Donald Trump.
Why i am angry? A US Newspaper today asked me write on Delhi Riots asking how many died on Religion basis in connection with Trump’s visit. Rate was $1500 for 1000 words….My Reply was : Your President Trump rightly call you as Presstitutes @#$%^&* @#$%^ https://t.co/DIdQBusN5a

— J Gopikrishnan (@jgopikrishnan70) February 29, 2020
Referring to US-based leftist media as ‘rascals’ and ‘crooks’, Gopikrishnan said that these media houses see everything with negative perspective. Calling out Indian journalists who sell their souls for a few hundred dollars, he said that he was offered huge amount for writing on the people who died in Delhi riots on religious lines.

He further revealed how he was earlier offered USD 25,000 in cash in March 2012 by a Norway-based newspaper to write a pro-Uninor report when the 2G scam broke out.
Based on this Economic Times PAID report – Norway PM/President wrote to Indian PM Manmohan Singh – on how bad is Indian system to foreign companies. Presstitues play all games. Some time i feel – should have pocketed $25,000 and fooled Norway guys after landing India https://t.co/K76fx7wZ6v

— J Gopikrishnan (@jgopikrishnan70) February 29, 2020
He further revealed that after he refused to be a pen for hire, he saw the same story with same brief in Economic Times. Gopikrishnan added that based on this particular report in Economic Times, the then Norway leader wrote to then PM Dr Manmohan Singh on how bad the Indian system is to foreign companies.

Later during 2G trial-the price increased-offer was so big to adjust a prime witness to save an Accused.( I am not saying much on it as appeal is going in Delhi HC).Simply me and Prime Witness said : NO..But later they conquered Judge $ani. Hope Delhi HC Judge ensure Justice https://t.co/tAEy2iGfbW

— J Gopikrishnan (@jgopikrishnan70) February 29, 2020
He further revealed that back during the height of 2G scam investigation, a corporate house had offered Rs 10 crore cash. However, he turned down the offer innovatively by putting up a condition that he would rather take Rs 100 crore and take a picture of money being transferred and also pay 30% income tax after declaring the same in his return. Later, this Rs 10 crore price was even increased to ‘adjust’ the prime witness and save an accused, Gopikrishnan revealed in his tweets.

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Post by Muns » Mon Mar 02, 2020 6:47 am

Primus,

Good to see you again. Hopefully things have worked out for the better for you. Just wanted to post a few words regarding Tahir Hussein from what Chetak posted above. Just reread some unfortunately news articles regarding Ankit Sharma, who was dragged out of his home and apparently stabbed over 400 times by a Muslim mob. Swarajya, as usual has some insightful news articles which we hope to get the word out via our usual opinion videos.
Tahir Hussein's constituency Chand Bagh also seems to include large section of illegal Bangladeshis who have been moved to the area en masse, altering the demographics.
Tahir Hussein, is reported to have led a large marble to his own factory from whence they petrol bombed the surrounding neighborhood.
It is not just Ankit Sharma that I hear. Many other Hindus have ended up in ditches close to his factory and locality.

Truly a disgraceful start with the AAP getting elected. If this is what we have to expect for the next five years, Delhi may indeed become another Hyderabad with Razakars roaming the streets....before the army has to liberate it again.

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Post by saurabh » Tue Mar 03, 2020 3:33 pm

today went to the riots affected area. the situation is getting normal but Muslims are unstoppable yet. They are coming in the night with knife and acid and chant JAI SHRI RAM very loudly. so that the public will come out and they can attack on them. they have destroyed everything there is a nursing home, coaching institute, etc everything they brunt. According to the local people, it was preplanned. They told their shopkeeper that they should write NO CAA or NO NRC on their shop then they will not attack them. Hindus are very scared in that area. They are not sending their kids outside. According to some eyewitness, 2 buses filled with Muslims come from outside. In the night all Hindus are outside the home for their family's safety. Food is getting very costly in that area. The milk rate is going 40 rs to 200 in some areas. 50% of the shops are opened.

I will share an interview link in my next post.

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Post by chetak » Wed Mar 04, 2020 4:01 am

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Opinion page in today’s ⁦@timesofindia ⁩. India’s biggest newspaper. 4 columns & 1 interview. All 5 slamming @narendramodi ⁩, #BJP & #CAA. As they should in a democracy. (Mar 1)

Q: Does a free & critical press make India a fascist country where dissent is muzzled?



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Post by saurabh » Wed Mar 04, 2020 11:24 am

Visited Ankit Sharma's house yesterday. talked to his neighbors also here is the feedback

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDsPMsJ6fws&t=17s

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Post by chetak » Fri Mar 06, 2020 12:28 am

here is "our" democracy in play

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Sets a dangerous precedent. Apart from unwarranted intrusion into Executive's domain. Visa is NOT a right, so this cannot be an issue of 'Fundamental Right'. Visa is issued subject to rules. If FRO has determined Polish student has violated them, Judiciary cannot review.

Calcutta HC stays Centre's notice to Polish student, asking him to leave India for allegedly participating in anti-CAA protest

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Post by chetak » Fri Mar 06, 2020 10:07 am

How Harsh Mander is member of an organisation connected to Italian Govt and Italian Secret Service, helping West achieve foreign policy goals

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Thus, we see that Harsh Mander is a member of an organization that is backed by the Italian Foreign Ministry and hands in gloves with the country’s secret service. Furthermore, the ‘bleeding-heart’ Indian activist who is overzealous in his attempts to restrict Indian action on illegal immigrants has no qualms in being the member of an organization that aids the Italian government in curbing migration from Libya. It does appear hypocritical to say the least. Harsh Mander is not an ordinary member of the organization. He is one of the “major international experts” who “devised and currently teach the Ara Pacis Methodology” as per its website. He is a ‘trainer’ at the organization.



What all of this means for India
To reiterate, Harsh Mander is a senior member of the Ara Pacis Initiative, an organization backed by the Italian Foreign Ministry that works in tandem with the Italian Secret Service as well. In other words, Harsh Mander is a member of an organization that is an arm of the State of Italy’s Foreign Policy. API is a weapon in the arsenal of the Italian State and Harsh Mander is a member of it. Through the Radio Rozana, we learned that the API also collaborates with propaganda outlets funded by Western Powers, the purpose of which is to create a narrative in order to benefit the foreign policy objectives of the said power.

In India, Harsh Mander and his NGO the Karwan-e-Mohabbat have been very active in the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act. Harsh Mander spoke on the ‘importance of solidarity’ and “how we can practice civil-disobedience in today’s India”. Karwan-e-Mohabbat urged people to join the protests at Shaheen Bagh. He has landed himself in trouble after a video where he can be seen inciting Muslim mobs against the Indian State and judiciary went viral on social media.

Read: Watch: “Supreme Court did not save secularism in Ayodhya, so now time has come to hit the streets” Harsh Mander inciting mob violence

Harsh Mander has been engaging himself in elaborate propaganda to undermine the authority of the Indian State. He has also made several judicial interventions to portray the Indian State in poor light. It is only natural for other countries to foment civil unrest within India because it weakens our country and makes us more vulnerable to foreign exploitation. The Indian Govt certainly has reasons to investigate if Harsh Mander is a tool in the hands of foreign governments who do not wish for India to become truly strong. Because a strong country is much tougher to negotiate with and exploit than a country that is weak, it is in no one’s interest to see the rise of a strong India. All things considered, what we see with foreign-funded NGOs today is merely colonialism under the garb of ‘activism’.



Radio Rozana
Radio Rozana is a radio station that was established by Syrian journalists in 2013, two years into the Syrian Civil War. It is funded exclusively by the governments of European nation-states and non-profits that receive or have received funds from the US Government. It is funded by the Canal France International (CFI), a French media support agency funded by France’s foreign ministry and the International Media Support, another organization that receives funding from the governments of Denmark, Sweden and Norway.

Radio Rozana has also received funding from the Reporters Sans Frontieres (Reporters Without Borders, RSF), an organization funded by the US government related to its foreign policy. We again reiterate that the USA has funded the Civil War in Syria. Therefore, all of it needs to be seen in that particular context. Despite the source of the funding, however, Lina Chawaf, programme editor at Radio Rozana, maintained that the radio would remain independent.

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Post by chetak » Sat Mar 07, 2020 9:23 am

India in the virtual Belt and Road



India in the virtual Belt and Road

Over the last five years, China has quietly created a significant place for itself in India – in the technology domain. While India has refused to sign on to China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), this map shows India's positioning in the virtual BRI to be strategically invaluable for China. Nearly $4 billion in venture investments in start-ups, the online ecosystem and apps have been made by Chinese entities. This is just the beginning; there is much more to come.


Over the last five years, China has quietly created a significant place for itself in India – in the technology domain. Unable to persuade India to sign on to its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), China has entered the Indian market through venture investments in start-ups and penetrated the online ecosystem with its popular smartphones and their applications (apps).



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There are three reasons for China’s tech depth in India. First, there are no major Indian venture investors for Indian start-ups. China has taken early advantage of this gap. Alibaba’s 2015 investment in 40% of PayTM, a digital payments platform, paid off barely a year later when in November 2016, the government of India demonetised its large currency notes and simultaneously promoted a move to a cashless economy. PayTM benefitted from Alibaba’s superior fintech experience, which it applied to India seamlessly, making it a dominant player.

Second, China provides the patient capital needed to support the Indian start-ups, which like any other, are loss-making. The trade-off for market share is worthwhile. Third, for China, the huge Indian market has both retail and strategic value. Therefore, companies like Alibaba and Tencent have different considerations and horizons for their investments. In contrast, Western venture money is mostly through funds like Sequoia and SoftBank.

China has seen another early opportunity in India – the potential shift to electric mobility, where China has expertise. India is the world’s fifth-largest auto market; the sector is the country’s most robust and globalised export and it is a bellwether for the economy. China’s BYD has been pushing its electric buses in India, with limited success. In traditional autos, which is 99% of the market, China is using the recognisable, but distressed, global auto brands like Volvo and MG, which it acquired to enter the Indian market. So far, Chinese automakers have invested $575 million in India. The competition in India is fierce, and it’s with Indian and Asian automakers like Suzuki, Hyundai and Toyota, even as U.S. automakers withdraw.

The Belt and Road Initiative carries with it Chinese products and standards, both virtual and physical. India may have sidestepped the physical corridor, but has unwittingly signed up for the virtual corridor.

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Post by chetak » Sun Mar 08, 2020 12:36 pm

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ARTICLE IN THE MOST PROMINENT NEWSPAPER OF CANADA:- TORONTO SUN -
on Abrogation of Art.370 and 35A

(It is bringing Kashmir, to equality with the other Indian States)

A major shift took place in the Indian subcontinent in August 2019 when the Government of India revoked the special status it had conferred on its only Muslim-majority state – the State of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K).

In doing so, India demonstrated a spinal cord of steel, this coming after 1,000 years of Arab, Turkic, Persian and Afghan Islamic invasions, followed by Portuguese, French and British colonization, had reduced it to mere spaghetti.

India today stands as tall as the Himalayas and walks as gracefully as the Bengal tiger, after this bold INTERNAL POLICY DECISION.

As expected, Pakistan invoked its self-styled role as the godfather of India’s Islamists. The country’s military-backed Prime Minister Imran Khan made a barely concealed threat of a nuclear attack unless India revoked its actions taken on its own sovereign territory.

Khan told a joint session of the Pakistan parliament, “if we fight a war till we shed the last drop of our blood, who will win that war? No one will win it and it will have grievous consequences for the entire world,” he thundered. Then, as if to mollify his threat of a worldwide nuclear catastrophe, Khan fooled no one by insisting: “This is not nuclear blackmail.”

Khan then played the race card: “What they (Indian government) did in Kashmir is in accordance with their ideology. They have a racist ideology … ingrained in their ideology that puts Hindus above all other religions and seeks to establish a state that represses all other religious groups.”

India’s actions were taken through a change in two articles of its constitution that won approval in both houses of the country’s parliament.

Can Pakistan tell the world as to why they threaten nuclear war on India, when Pak, which is the country sponsoring state terrorism, a threat to world peace under a military that is carrying out a genocide on its own people in the occupied once independent country of Balochistan?

India has a peculiarity to its history. Unlike the Persian and Egyptian civilizations that crumbled in the face of Islamic expansionism of the 7th and 8th centuries, India’s Hindu society was able to survive despite the total erasure of Hinduism from the 5,000-year-old Indus Valley Civilization by the Arab marauder Muhammad Bin Qasim and later murderous plunderers such as Tamerlane and the Moguls ending with the looting of its riches and resources by the British.

When they finally left in 1947, Britain amputated India’s limbs to partition the ancient land into three, with the Islamic State of Pakistan flanking India on both its eastern and western borders.

On paper, India had won its freedom on August 15, 1947, but on the ground, the ancient plundered land was not free until this August.

Acting to appease the Muslims or in good faith and making India secular to accommodate its Muslim minority, the Hindu leaders (More so by Nehru and his brand of Congress) for decades, distanced themselves from their heritage.

India’s first Education Minister, Maulana Abdul Kalam, who came from a family in Mecca that claimed to be a direct descendant of Prophet Muhammad.
He laid the foundation for the education system in Independent India.

Obviously He, with the PM Nehru's blessings, distorted and erased the Hindu culture and patronized the Muslim Invaders' actions.

In fact, India is the only major civilizational country where you are systematically taught to hate your own heritage and glorify the invaders who came to destroy it. And this absurdity is called “secularism.”

Anyone standing up for the rights of India’s Hindu heritage of its indigenous and aboriginal population, who took pride in their ancient Vedic texts was labeled by the slur of being an “ultra-right Hindu nationalist,” while those who propagated the total Islamization of India under the Arab doctrine of “Ghazwa-e-Hind” and the eradication of every Hindu Temple were free to claim such hate as being their “right” to practice their faith.

But in the words of Bob Dylan, “the times are a-changing.” India has finally won its freedom from the clutches of those who mock its heritage and wish it harm.

Under this new freedom, India’s Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, and Christians will be equals before the law and not hide behind “special status.”

This article is required to be circulated Worldwide.

Let the People World over (including our teenagers in India and abroad), know the real facts.

We, Indians ( including those of Indian origin) should develop a strong sense of Nationalism and have PRIDE in our ancient Culture, traditions and Heritage.

Proud to be an Indian.

Dr.Mahinder Singh

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Post by Muns » Wed Mar 11, 2020 6:21 am

Happy Holi to everybody. Looks like this Holi, BJP got an additional gift of Madhya Pradesh. Scindia and his family connections extend to Rajasthan as well as Maharashtra. This could be the first of other dominoes to fall. Even after multiple states and so many members who defected from the Congress, it seems that they still can’t keep their act together. Jyotiraj Scindia tried to meet Rahul a couple of times but was unable to do so. Apparently, they had a strong bond but for whatever reason still couldn’t get his needs across.

All in all, it falls to the BJP favor. I’m just not sure whether it might be best to place Shivraj Chouhan back as chief minister of Madhya Pradesh. It seems that he was a big part of the anti-incumbency factor for the BJP not getting more seats in the first place.
In other news, a few reports have shown that that church and statue of Jesus Christ that got torn down in Karnataka, was built on illegally acquired land gifted by the Congress during their era.

It is no wonder they have all the documentation that they want. However, what is still an illegal act, must be removed. I remember driving through Andhra, where innumerable hill tops as well as large granite boulders of the Deccan would have large crosses painted on them or with words of “Jesus loves you” or other statues erected. All completely illegal.

Unfortunate that We can’t even fund broken down temples but illegal churches and crosses such as these are springing up all over the place.

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Post by chetak » Wed Mar 11, 2020 4:54 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQeuNucK1ec



'Abrogating Article 370 will need 1000 people killed': Ex-Guv J-K quotes Chief Secy

Mar 11, 2020





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Post by chetak » Fri Mar 13, 2020 6:40 am

David Vance @DVATW · 18h
Many Italians in Northern Italy sold their leather goods and textiles companies to China. Italy then allowed 100,000 Chinese from Wuhan/Wenzhou to move to Italy to work in these factories, with direct Wuhan flights. Result: Northern Italy is Europe’s hotspot for Wuhan Coronavirus



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Post by chetak » Fri Mar 13, 2020 8:19 am

back at the eyetalian ranch

Coronavirus patients who refuse to self-isolate face murder charges in Italy



meanwhile, note their arrogance in India.

Why are we evacuating "Indians" holding foreign passports :mrgreen:



83 evacuees from coronavirus-hit Italy create ruckus at Army facility, demand separate rooms

After police and Army explained that this is not a ‘luxury resort’, the group of 83 individuals, comprising Indians and foreigners of Indian-origin, relented.

New Delhi: A group of 83 individuals, who had returned from coronavirus-hit Italy and were taken to the Manesar quarantine facility run by the Indian Army Wednesday, created ruckus demanding better facilities, forcing the police to be called in.

After the police and the Army personnel explained that this is not a “luxury resort”, the group, comprising Indians and foreigners of Indian-origin, relented.

A source said the group had arrived from Italy on an Air India flight (AI138) on 11 March. They were immediately quarantined at the Army facility.

While 74 individuals in the group are Indians, the remaining nine are foreigners of Indian-origin — six Italians and three US nationals.

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Post by saurabh » Fri Mar 13, 2020 12:36 pm

Exclusive News

Delhi police arrested Salman yesterday in Ankit Sharma's murder case. he told that six people involve in this murder. they covered Ankit's face with a cloth. they removed his clothes to check his religion. After this, he admitted that they stubbed him around 300 times. Still some secular media like NDTV and THE Print trying to spread fake news on this issue. you can see the level of hate these guys have.

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