Date: 27 Mar 2012


OUR GREAT LEADER IN “LANGOTI” \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\A very rich family in Western Gujarat sent their son to London for “education” since there was no such excellence available anywhere in the occupied, enslaved, India. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ In England he had a very rough time being black among the Whites. Discrimination was rife in those days of Ku Klux Klan and racial hatred. Our young man acquired immense inferiority complex but at the same time great compassion for the poor on earth that stayed with him till his death. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Arriving back home via South Africa where he was warned to play his “freedom” fiddle in India, he found “Ahimsa” as the only key to survival. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ One day he saw a group of impoverished Arab nomads resting under a big tree near his home. He asked them who they were and from where they had come? \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ They replied, “We come from Arabia, the land of our Rasul Allah. In that cursed desert we had only sand and dates to eat and camel’s milk to drink. For better life we decided to come to “al Hind” where as we heard, people love and adore the foreigners, where rivers of milk and honey flow and the girls are as beautiful as the ones our Prophet saw in paradise. We have no shelter and no food. We need a place to live.”\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ The young man was deeply moved with compassion. His soft Hindu heart brought tears to his eyes. “Move into my palace, you poor starving Arabs. I’ll find you somewhere to live,” he said. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ He moved out and with nowhere else to go, stood under a tree, happy over his noble act of sacrifice. A passing road sweeper ("bhangi") saw him and took him to his hut. He still had his coat, shirt and trousers on and was wearing fine shoes.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ The following day a poor man saw him and said, “I am shivering in cold. Please help.” The young man took off his coat, shirt, trousers and shoes and gave him these, saying, “Brother, thy need is greater than mine.” Now he had only a loin cloth (“langoti”) left.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ People who hated the well-dressed Europeans living in palatial homes, regarded him the “Son of God” and called him “Mahatma”. Some installed his statues in temples and started doing “puja”.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ When the time came for the wealthy Europeans to depart they faced the rebellious Muslim minority who declared themselves “Second nation” and wanted to live away from the hated infidels. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ The British turned to Mahatma for his views since he spoke for all the Hindus in Hindusthan. He said, “I do not wish my country to be vivisected and mutilated but if they promise to keep their swords in sheaths then they can have what they want.” Having said this he went silent.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ The Marathas, brave sons of Bharat, were the first to declare their opposition, ready with their swords and pistols. The Rajputs were close behind but recalling the three “Johars” in Chitod they sighed in relief. “Though our dear motherland will be cut and reduced drastically in area & size we don’t mind if the devils are all sent away to live over there, and leave us alone.” \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\The Sikhs, who could put their kirpans to good use once again, suddenly found themselves under fierce attack from all sides and were forced to flee in all directions, leaving burning farms and plundered homes behind with the foremost concern to reach a safe place on earth. The princely State of Patiala was one of the favourite havens when the Islamic Hell suddenly crashed down upon them. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ The bleeding Hindu nation from Karachi to Gilgit in the West and from Chittagong to Sylhet in the East saw their “final solution” (“ENDLOESUNG”) like the Jews in Nazi occupied Europe. Their fate was far worse. The Jews lost their lives while the Hindus lost lives and TERRITORY.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ That in brief was India in the year when “Akhand Bharat” was murdered, to be followed by the death of our “Leader in Langoti” who led us straight into the abattoirs like the sheep to feed the Arabs who were sheltering under a tree when our Mahatma met them first. -------------------------------------\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Moral: If you follow the “Leader in Langoti” then be prepared to get exterminated in Sindh, Baluchistan, NWFP, West Punjab, North Kashmir, East Bengal and Sylhet, and live in fear and terror elsewhere under the shadow of ITALY & ISLAM for receiving further bashing, battering and damage. Helplessly watch corruption spread like wild fire and the plunder of your people and country. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ March 27, 2012. ================================= 000000000