E.U., UNO, VATICAN, J.L.N. UNIVERSITY, SONIA KHAN, AND THE LOT, TALK OF PARTITION. TALK OF ISLAMIC AGGRESSION IN CYPRUS, INDIA, KASHMIR, ISRAEL, BOSNIA, EAST TIMUR, ET AL, OR GET LOST!!
Just as in Israel, the biased and partisan WESTERN media are looking at Gujarat through their own coloured glasses. Instead of asking, "Why the HELL did no other state in cowardly BHARAT rise to avenge the most horrific DEATHS of the innocent passengers on that train?" they are blaming the Gujarati Hindus, the police, the security forces and their chief miniser.
We should say to them, "You bogus and rotten Excellencies of the European Union and the UNITED NATIONS, fattening yourselves on the taxes of the poor, LOOK AT PARTITION OF INDIA FIRST."
There was a seed, BLACK IN COLOUR. The tree that grew was black in colour. The leaves that grew on that tree were BLACK in colour.
Now 54 years after that seed was sown, the world experts have come to India to look at just one BLACK LEAF on the fully grown tree now, called Gujarat.
They are not only dishonest and partisan but also LAZY, BONE LAZY and in the pay of rich Arab Shaikhs. That is what the UNO and the EU are- axe grinders of filthy, rotten, FUNDAMENTALIST & SEPARATIST Islam.
Wherever a Muslim is hurt they fly in, in hordes and lodge in five star hotels. But let 100 Hindus be wiped out or 36 Sikhs be massacred in one night in South Kashmir, OR DOZENS OF JEWS KILLED IN SUICIDE BOMBS, day in and day out, NOT A WORD FROM THEM.
So to them we will say, LOOK NOT AT ONE BLACK LEAF but go for uprooting the tree, THE WHOLE TREE. Just say one word on "undoing the Partition of India".
Hello, Mr. Kofi Annan and hello Burssels, ARE YOU STILL THERE?
Look, too, at the Serbs in Kosova and the Jews in Israel. LOOK AT THE HINDUS IN PARTITIONED INDIA and see who the reascals are who do not let the OTHERS live in peace. If your discovery is MOHAMMED, then TELL THE WORLD.
.......................Lay off India
.....................The Pioneer Edit Desk
It is bad enough that hordes of out-of-work European Peeping Toms have descended on India to derive voyeuristic pleasure from the violence in Gujarat. Some of them are also indulging in wanton quackery by seeking to post-mortem the events.
But in an appalling display of neo-colonial arrogance, these busybodies have now started sermonising India on how it should handle its domestic affairs. For instance, a European Union team's imagination went berserk after a cursory visit to Gujarat and it submitted a document comparable only to Katherine Mayo's "Mother India" which Gandhiji had described as "a gutter inspector's report". The EU team claimed to have discovered state-sponsored "ethnic cleansing" and even attempted to compare the unfortunate incidents in Gujarat with the barbaric happenings in their own Continent by recalling Bosnia! While they must have been out of their minds to draw such parallels, the glee with which sections of the Indian media egged them on was, perhaps, even more disgusting. These sections are now fiercely engaged in pushing some British nationals to lodge cases of genocide against India so that their desire to see this country humiliated internationally is fulfilled at last. In any other nation, such elements would have been tried for treason, but in our licentious Republic, these people are actually lionised by a section of the intelligentsia. Evidently, the genes of Jaichand and Mir Jafar are yet to be exorcised from the DNA structure of some Indians.
Laudably, the Ministry of External Affairs has issued a stern reminder to these foreign voyeurs that India does not appreciate interference in its internal affairs, including utilisation of the media by foreign leaders and visiting dignitaries. Following this, the EU has officially distanced itself from this so-called report. If these unemployed bleeding hearts are so concerned about human rights violations, the Government could consider buying them one-way tickets to Lhasa or Xinjiang. It would be interesting to see how China, whose mere mention sets Western investors' tongues drooling, reacts to similar statements being made from its soil. But, then, India is a soft state, forever willing to lend the other cheek after receiving a stunning slap on one. The greater misfortune is that a section of our countrymen is always ready to applaud the blows. It has not occurred to anybody that if some British nationals seek to drag India to an international court, Indian nationals who have lost their relatives in race riots in Britain might well think of emulating that example. Fortunately, the British Government does not believe in such antics and can be counted upon not to encourage anti-India plots hatched there with the assistance of sections of the Indian media.
This is not to suggest all is well in Gujarat or that the local administration has covered itself with glory in handling the post-Godhra violence. But, as a mature democracy of 52 years' standing, we can deal with our domestic problems ourselves, without foreign coercion. India has faced serious communal violence before-the 1984 anti-Sikh riots being the biggest blot on its post-Independence record. Then, too, we did not need the gratuitous advice of NGO-bankrolled, jet-setting breast-beaters to resolve our own social problems. We shall similarly overcome the challenges posed by the horrific disturbances in Gujarat. In the meanwhile, foreign busybodies and their Indian consorts should be firmly ordered to mind their own business.