Date: 6/2/2005


DECOMPOSING HINDUSTAN WHERE OWN FAMILY IS SUPPRESSED WHILE A SEMI LITERATE ITALIAN FEMALE IS CALLED "MOTHER OF NATION" AND A MUSLIM PRESIDENT IS CALLED "FATHER OF NATION." DECOMPOSING LUDICROUS BROKEN BHARAT (PARTITIONED INDIA) WHERE EAST BENGAL GOES SCOT FREE BUT EAST PUNJAB IS KEPT IN FETTERS. Forwarded Message From: COUNCIL OF KHALISTAN, WASHINGTON DC, USA <khalistan@khalistan.com> Date: Tue, 31 May 2005 15:41:52 -0500 Subject: Sikhs Must Never Forgive or Forget Attack on Golden Temple June 1, 2005 OPEN LETTER TO THE SIKH NATION Anniversary of Golden Temple Massacre We Must Dedicate Ourselves to Free Khalistan Sikhs Never Forgive or Forget Attack on Golden Temple Dear Khalsa Ji: WAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA, WAHEGURU JI KI FATEH! As you know, June 3 through June 6 marks the anniversary of Operation Bluestar, the Indian government’s brutal 1984 attack on the Golden Temple, the center and seat of the Sikh religion, and 125 other Gurdwaras throughout Punjab. More than 20,000 of our Sikh brothers and sisters were killed throughout Punjab in June 1984. Punjab was completely sealed and reporters were expelled. During the Golden Temple attack, young boys ages 8 to 13 were taken outside and asked if they supported Khalistan, the independent Sikh country. When they answered with the Sikh religious incantation “Bole So Nihal,” they were shot to death. The Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh holy scriptures, written in the time of the Sikh Gurus, were shot full of bullet holes and burned by the Indian forces. The Golden Temple was desecrated and seriously damaged and Akal Takht Sahib was destroyed. The Golden Temple attack was a brutal chapter in India’s repression of the Sikhs. We must remember that attack. Sikhs cannot forgive or forget this atrocity against the seat of our religion by the Indian government. This brutal attack clarified that there is no place in India for Sikhs. Sant Bhindranwale said that attacking the Golden Temple would lay the foundation stone of Khalistan, and he was right. Instead of crushing the Sikh movement for Khalistan, as India intended, the attack strengthened it. On October 7, 1987, the Sikh Nation declared its independence from India, naming our new country Khalistan. The essence of democracy is the right to self-determination, and self-determination is the birthright of all nations and peoples. Remember that Guru Gobind Singh gave sovereignty to the Sikh Nation. “In grieb Sikhin ko deon Patshahi” (“I give sovereignty to the humble Sikhs”) Just two years after his departure from this earthly plane in 1708, the Sikhs established our own independent state in Punjab. Sikhs ruled Punjab also from 1765 to 1849. Today we struggle to regain the sovereignty that Guru Gobind Singh bestowed upon us over 300 years ago. Yet the Jathedar of the Akal Takht, Joginder Singh Vedanti, was quoted as saying that “We don’t want a separate territory.” Does Jathedar Vedanti, like every other Sikh, pray “Raj Kare Ga Khalsa” (“the Khalsa shall rule”) every morning and evening? Has he forgotten our heritage of freedom? How can the spiritual leader of the Sikh religion deny the Sikh Nation’s legitimate aspiration for freedom and sovereignty? Is he not stung by the words of one of his predecessors, former Akal Takht Jathedar Professor Darshan Singh, who said, “If a Sikh is not a Khalistani, he is not a Sikh?” Is Akal Takht occupied by a person who does not believe in Sikh values and Sikh aspirations and is controlled by the Indian government? The flame of freedom still burns bright in the hearts of Sikhs despite the deployment of over half a million Indian troops to crush it. No force can suppress it. On Republic Day, January 26, Sikh leaders raised the Sikh flag in Amritsar and made speeches in support of Khalistan. 35 Sikhs were arrested for raising the Kesri Nishan. Eleven of them continue to be held and they have been denied bail. Is this the freedom that Guru Gobind Singh bestowed upon us? Is this the “glow of freedom” that Nehru promised us when Master Tara Singh and the Sikh leaders of the time chose to take our share with India? Last year, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh signed a bill cancelling the agreements that allowed the diversion of Punjabi water to non-riparian states. The bill asserted the sovereignty of Punjab. In December former Member of Parliament Simranjit Singh Mann again reverted to public support of Khalistan. He pledged that his party will lead a peaceful movement to liberate Khalistan. Obviously, Mr. Mann is aware of the rising support of our cause. Mann joins Sardar Atinder Pal Singh, Sardar D.S. Gill of the International Human Rights Organization, and other Sikh leaders in Punjab in supporting freedom for Khalistan openly. Sardar Atinder Pal Singh, another former Member of Parliament, held a seminar on Khalistan in Punjab. It was well attended and featured outstanding presentations, including one by Professor Gurtej Singh, IAS, Professor of Sikhism. The leader of the BKU, the Punjab farmers’ union, has endorsed Khalistan. Dal Khalsa has held marches through Punjab demanding the establishment of an independent Khalistan. Jagjit Singh, President of Dal Khalsa, was quoted in the Deccan Herald as saying that “the Indian government can never suppress the movement. Sikh aspirations can only be met when they have a separate state.” There is no other choice for the Sikh nation but a sovereign, independent Khalistan. Every Sikh leader must come out openly for Khalistan. We salute those Sikh leaders in Punjab who have done so. Any organization that sincerely supports Khalistan deserves the support of the Sikh Nation. However, the Sikh Nation needs leadership that is honest, sincere, consistent, and dedicated to the cause of Sikh freedom. Leaders like Dr. Jagjit Singh Chohan, Harchand Singh Longowal, Didar Bains, Ganga Singh Dhillon, the Akali Dal leadership, and others who were complicit in the attack on the Golden Temple cannot be trusted by the Sikh Nation. The evidence against them is clear in Chakravyuh: Web of Indian Secularism. The Sikh Nation cannot believe that these leaders will not betray the cause of Khalistan, just as they betrayed the Sikh Nation in 1984. We must be careful if we are to continue to move the cause of freedom for Khalistan forward. History shows that multinational states such as India are doomed to failure. Countries like Austria-Hungary, India’s longtime friend the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, and others prove this point. India is not a single country; it is a polyglot like those countries, thrown together for the convenience of the British colonialists. It is doomed to break up as they did. Steve Forbes, writing in Forbes magazine, said that India is a multinational, multiethnic, multireligious, multicultural, multilinguistic state that is doomed to disintegrate like the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The Indian government has murdered over 250,000 Sikhs since 1984, more than 300,000 Christians in Nagaland since 1948, over 90,000 Muslims in Kashmir since 1988, and tens of thousands of Tamils, Assamese, Bodos, Manipuris, Dalits, and others. The Indian Supreme Court called the Indian government's murders of Sikhs "worse than a genocide." The police arrested human-rights activist Jaswant Singh Khalra after he exposed their policy of mass cremation of Sikhs, in which over 50,000 Sikhs have been arrested, tortured, and murdered, then their bodies were declared unidentified and secretly cremated. He was murdered in police custody. His body was not given to his family. The police never released the body of former Jathedar of the Akal Takht Gurdev Singh Kaunke after SSP Swaran Singh Ghotna murdered him. Ghotna has never been brought to trial for the Jathedar Kaunke murder. No one has been brought to justice for the kidnapping and murder of Jaswant Singh Khalra. Sikhs will never get any justice from Delhi. The leaders in Delhi are only interested in imposing Hindu sovereignty over the minorities to advance their own careers and their own power. Ever since independence, India has mistreated the Sikh Nation, starting with Patel’s memo labelling Sikhs “a criminal tribe.” What a shame for Home Minister Patel and the Indian government to issue this memorandum when the Sikh Nation gave over 80 percent of the sacrifices to free India. How can Sikhs continue to live in such a country? According to a report by the Movement Against State Repression (MASR), 52,268 Sikhs are being held as political prisoners in India without charge or trial. Some have been in illegal custody since 1984! These prisoners never committed any crime but peacefully speaking out for Sikh freedom. We demand the release of all political prisoners. This alone shows that for Sikhs and other minorities, there is no democracy, no freedom of speech in India. We must continue to pray for and work for our God-given birthright of freedom. Without political power, religions cannot flourish and nations perish. Let us make this solemn occasion a day of freedom. Let us dedicate ourselves to living up to the blessing of Guru Gobind Singh. Let us take this occasion to begin to shake ourselves loose from the yoke of Indian oppression and liberate our homeland, Khalistan, so that all Sikhs may live lives of prosperity, freedom, and dignity. Sincerely, Dr. Gurmit Singh Aulakh President Council of Khalistan .............................***** HINDU LEADERS OUGHT TO TREMBLE IN THEIR TROUSERS AT THE THOUGHT OF THE CONSEQUENCES OF A SIKH REVOLT IN EAST PUNJAB. SHAME ON THE "HIJDAS" (EUNUCHS) WHO COULD NOT CHALLENGE PARTITION BUT HAVE NOW PROVOKED THE MOST LOYAL MINORITY TO GO FOR THEIR BLOOD WHILE THE MUSLIM "BULL" IS SO VISIBLY RIDING THE HINDU "COW" ALL OVER INDIA, NOT ONLY IN THE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE. .........................000000000