Date: 13 Nov 2010


DO THEY REALLY HAVE TO LIFT A LITTLE FINGER TO BREAK UP INDIA? \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 1. India is ALREADY broken Bharat, not Akhand Bharat. India is not a HINDU State but "Partitioned Indian Secular State".Anyone saying, "I am a Hindu," becomes fundamentalist or extremist if not suspect.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 2. Has that GANGRENE been taken out that made it necessary to AMPUTATE the limbs of India in 1947, e.g., ARM (PAKISTAN), LEG (BANGLADESH) and even SCALP (North Kashmir).THAT poisonous gangrene is still present in today's Partitioned India in even larger quantity and is becoming more virulent by the hour. (Listen to Zakir Naik on his television, notice the mushrooming mosques across Bharat funded by Arab money and take note of the ONE-WAY "conquest" (marriages) of ignorant Hindu girls.) Our Gandhiji LOVED it and Pandit Nehru was part of it. \\\\\\\\\\\ 3. There are TWO nations in India, accepted, acknowledged and RECOGNISED by her own leaders when they agreed to the establishment of ISLAMIC Pakistan while the third nation, the BRITISH, packed up and LEFT. \\\\\\\\\ The last British military contingent was given a heroes' FARE-WELL at Mumbai. The 1st Battalion, Somerset Light Infantry, left the shore of India on February 28, 1948 with a ceremonious send off. \\\\\\\\\\\\ 4. India has never repudiated Partition nor declared her ISLAMIC Constitution OBSCENE, PROVOCATIVE or BOGUS, nor have our "martial" SIKHS ever recalled Sri Nankana Sahib and LAHORE that are again under the repressive "MOGUL" Raj. \\\\\\\\\\\ 5. The entire LOK SABHA, with Hindu majority, appoints MUSLIMS at Supreme Commanders and Presidents without caring two hoots about a Muslim's loyalty to a "Hindu" country or the constitutional status of the ENEMY who captured from us one third of India in 1947. Accordngly, China perceived the Hindus as a DEAD nation in South Asia, waiting to be subjugated or replaced by a more VIGOROUS and DYNAMIC people. Islam and Christianity both fit in well into this scenario. \\\\\\\\\\ 6. What is the state of solidarity, patriotism and awareness of the general masses in Hindusthan if they feel NO disgust in following an Italian born female of unknown pedigree, loyalty and background who remains a staunch CATHOLIC while HATING the HINDUS at heart? \\\\\\\\\\\\ 7. Does China not know that those who did not mind their India breaking up into THREE FRAGMENTS in 1947 will not resist or care if she is cut up into further 27 fragments? \\\\\\\\\\\ 8. China must know even if we do not that previously the invaders came from abroad, on donkeys, carts, camels, ships and boats. Now the INVADERS have become "indigenous" to make their task easier. Sonia is indigenous and so is Rahul Gandhi. To the nation HINDUISM is as IRRELEVANT as Hindusthan. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ Future generations of Chinese will curse their own forefathers (living TODAY) if they did not move to pick up the ripe apples that are falling on ground. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ Hindus have seen it all: THE ARABS, THE MOGULS, THE BRITISH, THE QAID-I-AZAM and now THE DESTINY IN THE HANDS OF RAHUL GANDHI AND TOMORROW THE CHINESE. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ We shall think OTHERWISE when Jawahar Lal Nehru University is renamed GURU GOBIND SINGH UNIVERSITY and we see the RSS boys doing drill and exercises with RIFLES instead of sticks. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Kuru\\\\\\\\\\\\ 13 Nov 10 \\\\\\\\\\\\\ In a message dated 13/11/2010 15:40:56 GMT Standard Time, XXXXXXXXXXX\\\\\\\\\\\ China should break up India: Chinese strategist August 10, 2009 11:09 IST Tags: India, China International Institute for Strategic Studies, Zhong Guo Zhan Lue Gang, United Liberation Front of Asom, Assam \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Almost coinciding with the 13th round of Sino-Indian border talks (New Delhi [ Images ], August 7-8, 2009), an article (in the Chinese language) has appeared in China captioned 'If China takes a little action, the so-called Great Indian Federation can be broken up' (Zhong Guo Zhan Lue Gang,, Chinese, August 8, 2009). \\\\\\\\\\\\ Interestingly, it has been reproduced in several other strategic and military Web sites of the country and by all means, targets the domestic audience. The authoritative host site is located in Beijing [ Images ] and is the new edition of one, which so far represented the China International Institute for Strategic Studies ( \\\\\\\\\\\\\ Claiming that Beijing's 'China-Centric' Asian strategy, provides for splitting India [ Images ], the writer of the article, Zhan Lue (strategy), has found that New Delhi's corresponding 'India-Centric' policy in Asia, is in reality a 'Hindustan centric' one. Stating that on the other hand 'local centres' exist in several of the country's provinces (excepting for the UP and certain northern regions), Zhan Lue has felt that in the face of such local characteristics, the 'so-called' Indian nation cannot be considered as one having existed in history. According to the article, if India today relies on any thing for unity, it is the Hindu religion. The partition of the country was based on religion. Stating that today nation states are the main current in the world, it has said that India could only be termed now as a 'Hindu religious state'. Adding that Hinduism is a decadent religion as it allows caste exploitation and is unhelpful to the country's modernisation, it described the Indian government as one in a dilemma with regard to eradication of the caste system as it realises that the process to do away with castes may shake the foundation of the consciousness of the Indian nation. \\\\\\\\\\ The writer has argued that in view of the above, China in its own interest and the progress of Asia, should join forces with different nationalities like the Assamese, Tamils, and Kashmiris and support the latter in establishing independent nation-States of their own, out of India. In particular, the ULFA (United Liberation Front of Asom) in Assam, a territory neighboring China, can be helped by China so that Assam realises its national independence. The article has also felt that for Bangladesh, the biggest threat is from India, which wants to develop a great Indian Federation extending from Afghanistan to Myanmar. India is also targeting China with support to Vietnam's efforts to occupy Nansha (Spratly) group of islands in South China Sea. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Hence the need for China's consolidation of its alliance with Bangladesh, a country with which the US and Japan [ Images ] are also improving their relations to counter China. It has pointed out that China can give political support to Bangladesh enabling the latter to encourage ethnic Bengalis in India to get rid of Indian control and unite with Bangladesh as one Bengali nation; if the same is not possible, creation of at least another free Bengali nation state as a friendly neighbour of Bangladesh, would be desirable, for the purpose of weakening India's expansion and threat aimed at forming a 'unified South Asia'. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ The punch line in the article has been that to split India, China can bring into its fold countries like Pakistan, Nepal and Bhutan, support ULFA in attaining its goal for Assam's independence, back aspirations of Indian nationalities like the Tamils and Nagas, encourage Bangladesh to give a push to the independence of West Bengal [ Images ] and lastly recover the 90,000 sq km territory in southern Tibet [ Images ]. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Wishing for India's break-up into 20 to 30 nation-States like in Europe, the article has concluded by saying that if the consciousness of nationalities in India could be aroused, social reforms in South Asia can be achieved, the caste system can be eradicated and the region can march along the road of prosperity. ////////////// The Chinese article in question will certainly outrage readers in India. Its suggestion that China can follow a strategy to dismember India, a country always with a tradition of unity in diversity, is atrocious, to say the least. The write-up could not have been published without the permission of the Chinese authorities, but it is sure that Beijing will wash its hands out of this if the matter is taken up with it by New Delhi. ////////////// It has generally been seen that China is speaking in two voices -- its diplomatic interlocutors have always shown understanding during their dealings with their Indian counterparts, but its selected media is pouring venom on India in their reporting. Which one to believe is a question confronting the public opinion and even policy makers in India. In any case, an approach of panic towards such outbursts will be a mistake, but also ignoring them will prove to be costly for India. //////////// D S Rajan, is Director, Chennai Centre for China Studies. 000000000