Date: 6/13/2005


DENYING PARTITION IN 1947 (CALLING IT INDEPENDENCE!!!) WILL EVENTUALLY LEAD TO HINDUS WEARING DOG COLLAR OR PERISH IN PARTITIONED INDIA. Majority Alienation - The Indian Dilemma ( Majority Alienation - The Indian Dilemma The struggle of Hindu society is not primarily with the Muslim community. The most important opponents of Hindu society today are not the Islamic communal leaders, but the interiorized colonial rulers of India, the alienated English-educated and mostly Left-leaning elite that noisily advertises its 'secularism'. It is these people who impose anti-Hindu policies on Hindu society, and who keep Hinduism down and prevent it from proudly raising its head after a thousand years of oppression. The worst torment for Hindu society today is not the arrogant and often violent agitation from certain minority groups, not the handful of privileges which the non-Hindu communities are getting. The worst problem is this mental slavery, this sense of inferiority which Leftist intellectuals, through their power positions in education and the media, and their direct influence on the public and political arena, keep on inflicting on the Hindu mind. -Koenraad Elst In any country the majority community lends it a distinct national personality and character. It is through this identity that the country's distinctive flavour becomes recognisable throughout the world. A vast country like India can hardly contend with the problem of majority alienation which today is created largely by people who spout their personal prejudices against Hindus. It is indeed strange that in our country Hindus who help earn the country its unique national personality are maligned and vilified constantly. If Hindus are united, India gets united and does not disintegrate as prophets of doom want us to believe. The brutal fact is that Muslim problem today exists because of pseudo-secularism-cum-minoritysm practised by the Congress and Leftists. Their championing of a wrong cause is born out of their contempt for democracy. The weak props of intellectuals and journalists like Praful Bidwai, Dilip Padgaonkar, A. S. Abraham, M. J. Akbar etc. have been rattled so badly that no word better than 'insanity' can be used for them today. Their hollow talk of imparting a strong moral and spiritual dimension to their secular crusade is in disarray and plain anger against Hindus has replaced it. It is often forgotten who made this country secular. No doubt, without majority opinion the country could never have retained this character particularly when after effect of rapid communal trauma almost hung over the entire sub-continent in the wake of partition. Today secularism will be bereft of any political legitimacy if Hindus increasingly view it as an instrument of irresponsible appeasement of minorities. It is not easy to forget the politics of shameful opportunism in which almost every party aligned itself with rabid communal politics for the sake of Muslim votes. What moral right do they have to put their accusing finger on those who choose to unite Hindus on a single platform. Those who talk of the development of a 'Hindu siege mentality' should look to their own hypocritical commitment to the concept of secularism. The pursuit of bogus policies has resulted in making us totally rootless and cynical. The tragedy with our country's liberals, including leftists of all hues, is that they ignored the Hindu and were always afraid that an honest owning up of our cultural heritage linked with Hinduism will shake their secular edifice. Any reference to Hindu past is an anathema to the liberal and enlightened in India. Such an intellectual exists on exclusion of the past heritage and can legitimately be described as a 'cultural neuter'. It is in the name of modernity that a secularist turns out to be a coward, guilt-ridden and ideologically non-descript. The word Hindu which should have denoted only cultural ethos is also tarred. A culturally neutral liberal or one sodden in secularism or a paranoid Muslim worrying about his identity can hardly call themselves Indian. Unless we all draw our sustenance from the soil and go back to our roots, we cannot fight the divisiveness which is caused by theoretical parroting of secularism. The majority today finds itself disadvantaged in his own country because of the high-pitched slogans which swamped the nation in the wake of freedom related to composite culture, unity in diversity and secularism. Muslims were indeed upgraded overnight, were assured of preservation of their denominational character, while Hindus waited and watched secular consensus forbidding them assertion of their presence as a majority. It is a sorry spectacle that even the word nationalism is being interpreted in a manner where it could be used as a stick to browbeats Hindus. Nationalism in fact should be projected as alternative to the separatist messages of casteism and pseudo-secularism. Unless the values which make Indian culture remarkably distinctive are examined thoroughly, one would be cosmopolitan or a socialist without having any real understanding of the society in which one lived. This strand of nationalism will surely prevent current alienation. We can hardly overlook that every country has its own rich culture and heritage and in India the essence of it is Hinduism. The process of building up Hindu consciousness and identity aims to fulfill the ultimate blueprint of a unified Hindu tradition. This unity was lying submerged for long but reasserts itself today as a reaction to secularist drum-beating. The awakening of Hindu spirit, or a quest for national self-assertion will have fulfillment in the liberation of national soul. Hindus have come out of their stupor, have overcome their inertia and are bound to regain self-esteem. ____________________________________ Questions which Hindus have for the secularists: * In India 85% of the population is Hindu. If Hindus are intolerant, how come Masjids and Madrasas are thriving? How come Muslims are offering Namaz on the road? How come Muslims are proclaiming five times a day on loudspeakers that there is no God except Allah? When Hindus gave away 30% of Bharat to the Muslims for a song, why do they have to beg now for their three sacred places out of thirty thousand destroyed by the Muslims? When the Constitution of India advocates equal rights to all the citizens, then why do we have different laws for people of different religious faiths? Why can't we have a Uniform Civil Code? When Haj pilgrims are given subsidy, why Hindu pilgrims to Amarnath, Sabarimalai and Kailash Mansarover are taxed? Why are the temple revenues diverted to fund Haj subsidy and the welfare activities of Muslims and Christians? Why is post-Godhra blown out of proportion, when no one talks of the ethnic cleansing of four lakh Hindus from Kashmir? If Muslims & Christians are minorities in Maharashtra, UP, Bihar, etc. are Hindus not minorities in J&K, Mizoram, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, etc.? Why are Hindus denied minority rights in these states? In what way is J&K different from Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu or Uttar Pradesh to have Article 370? Is there one Mullah or Maulvi who has declared a 'fatwa' against terrorists? Why did Gandhiji object to the decision of the cabinet and insist that the Somnath Temple should be reconstructed out of public funds, not government funds, when in January 1948 he pressurised Nehru and Patel to carry on renovation of the mosques of Delhi at government expenses? When Christian and Muslim schools can teach Bible and Quran, why Hindus cannot teach Gita or Ramayan? The percentage of Hindus in Pakistan and Bangladesh after partition in 1947 was 17 and 25 respectively. Today their percentage is almost nil in Pakistan and 10.5 in Bangladesh. What happened to the missing Hindus? Do Hindus have human rights? ....................000000000