Date: 20 Aug 2012


THESE ARE NO “COSTLY MISTAKES” but deliberate hostile acts against India! \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Hindus in 1947, like today, do not have the unity, sense, motivation or courage to DOMINATE their own territory in a virile manner, or rule their fast shrinking BHARAT without conceding top key posts to their adversaries and ill-wishers. This creates a VACUUM. This vacuum is today filled by ITALIAN CATHOLIC Sonia Maino, the “Fuehrer” of “Axis Powers” in South Asia. Even the prime minister takes her counsel before issuing orders. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ In 1947 it was the SON OF A MUSLIM, JL Nehru, who did what a good Muslim ought to do, to smash the KAFIRS and help his fellow Muslims to capture as MUCH OF INDIA as was possible at that time. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ What the Hindus are now calling “blunders”, were the clever and far-seeing strategic moves by the MUSLIMS (Jinnah), the Christians (Mountbatten) and their despicable accomplice and stooge (JL Nehru). \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Those "dark shadows" that the writer below mentions are SUNSHINE for the Muslim Umma who created the largest Islamic land on earth from the bleeding body of enslaved Bharat. India was then in the hands of Britain and Jinnah like a sparrow in the claws of a falcon. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ The writer says, "inadequacies of India's decision-making apparatus and the leadership's incompetence to act with vision." Here his use of the word “India” is WRONG. It should be “clueless HINDU leaders”. \\\\\\\\\\\\ India is also equally “MUSLIM” today as she was in 1947, and so if we substitute INDIA for the Indian Muslims then their decision-making apparatus was most brilliant in history, and on earth. They could easily drive the “Hindu herd” towards the abattoir called “Partition”!. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ All what the HINDUS are regretting now is sheer delight for their compatriots, the Indian Muslims. What the Hindus need to realize is that Partition was OUR misfortune but the good FORTUNE for the Muslims. India lost life, limbs and territory. Indian Muslims GAINED all these and are now in a position even to deliver the ‘coup de grace’ to the corruption ridden, bleeding, tottering Hindusthan, being "led" by “Hindu bashing/Sikh battering” Congress towards her doom. \\\\\\\\\\ It is convenient for the ultimate Law enforcers when the civil side is totally corrupt and cancer ridden, that is, the COWARDLY Indian army generals to say, "We have to be LOYAL to “Sarkar” even when the Sarkar is DISLOYAL to India, even when the Sarkar is a bunch of bandits, rascals, scamsters and criminals, even when there is NO “Sarkar” to be seen anywhere. \\\\\\\\ Similarly it is convenient for the cowardly disunited and clueless Hindus to consider these acts of Treason “blunders” when in reality they were not blunders but master strokes in the chess of geopolitical politics at which the Muslims and Hindus have taken on the roles of “Wolves and Sheep” respectively. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ Hindus are also being “slain” by the sword of "political correctness" when we see the Muslims doing “TABLEEGH” (conversion) within Hindusthan that is resulting in more followers of Mohammed who are DESERTING Sri Krishna and Guru Nanak in droves. In contrast, a Hindu dare not pass on a copy of Geeta to a Muslim in Pakistan even in darkness. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ Today Hindu “camp followers” are wishing the Muslims in India “Eid Mubarak” instead of regarding them enemies who have OCCUPIED not only North Kashmir but a lot more and also KILLED, RAPED and kicked out the Hindus -not only from South Kashmir. Weak, demoralised and disunited Hindus are again riding the “Samjhauta Express”. \\\\\\\\\\\\ There were NO “blunders”. Let us name the HINDU traitors who went along with Partition with OPEN eyes. NAME Jawaharlal NEHRU and MK Gandhi in public. Campaign for smashing their statues, and speak up to BAN KORAN, the Book of Sedition that pours venom on Kafirs (HINDUS). \\\\\\\\\\\\\ Hindusthan is now fracturing and may soon reach the point of NO return and eternal SLAVERY thereafter. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Yes, "History is most unforgiving" (see below) for the FOOLS who do not question the RELIGION, ideological orientation, background or the Land of Birth of their LEADERS. One billion of them still call her "Indira Gandhi" instead of "Maimoona Begum". And an EQUAL number don't mind if the President of Broken Bharat's largest POLITICAL Party was born and baptised in ITALY. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ The esteemed writer says, "It is amazing a nation can be so myopic." The reality is that the HINDU nation may be myopic but its rulers (Italy & Islam) who have put it in dog collar are far seeing. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ A few further observations: \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ KASHMIR “dispute” was Nehru's clever idea to focus all attention on it while taking it OFF Partition. Hence it was NOT meant to be “solved”! \\\\\\\\\\ Maimoona Begum, as a Muslim convert, would rather die than recover North Kashmir even when the enemy had been defeated and routed. Again “Secularism” in her eyes was mandatory for the likes of LK Advani but not Shaikh Mujiburrehman. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Article 370 in Constitution that treats the only Muslim majority State as Nehru's “Jawaayee” (son-in-law) cannot be repealed or extended to neighbouring East Punjab where the Chief Minister is made to sit on UNION Territory. \\\\\\\\\\\\ Bogusdeshi illegal immigrants are key element in the strategy to slaughter, demoralise and DISPLACE the Hindus, and pass on their LANDS to Nehru's sons-in-law. Hence they will NOT be rounded up, locked up, shot, or pushed back across the border. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ All these are “blunders” in the eyes of smart & sophisticated Hindus who conveniently avoid IDENTIFYING the criminals in our own ranks, or demand their execution in public, or Trial for Treason. \\\\\\\\\\\ The HAMMERING that the Hindus are destined to get, has just begun- call it the Eighth “Blunder”! \\\\\\\\\\\ 19 Aug 12. \\\\\\\\\\\ ========= In a message dated 19/08/2012 22:35:17 GMT Daylight Time, \\\\\\\\\\\\.com writes: \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 7 blunders that will always haunt India\\\\\\\\\\\\ History is most unforgiving. As historical mistakes cannot be undone, they have complex cascading effect on a nation's future. Here are seven historical blunders that have changed the course of independent India's history and cast a dark shadow over its future. These costly mistakes will continue to haunt India for generations. They have been recounted here in a chronological order with a view to highlight the inadequacies of India's decision-making apparatus and the leadership's incompetence to act with vision. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Kashmir Mess \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ There can be no better example of shooting one's own foot than India's clumsy handling of the Kashmir issue. It is a saga of naivety, blinkered vision and inept leadership. \\\\\\\\\\\\ Hari Singh was the reigning monarch of the state of Jammu and Kashmir in 1947. He was vacillating when tribal marauders invaded Kashmir in October 1947, duly backed by the Pakistan army. Unable to counter them, Hari Singh appealed to India for assistance and agreed to accede to India. Indian forces blunted the invasion and re-conquered vast areas. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ First, India erred by not insisting on unequivocal accession of the state to the Dominion of India and granted special status to it through Article 380 of the Constitution. Secondly, when on the verge of evicting all invaders and recapturing the complete state, India halted operations on 1 January 1949 and appealed to the Security Council. It is the only case in known history wherein a country, when on the threshold of complete victory, has voluntarily forsaken it in the misplaced hope of winning admiration of the world community. Thirdly and most shockingly, the Indian leadership made a highly unconstitutional offer of plebiscite in the UN. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Forty percent area of the state continues to be under Pakistan's control, providing it a strategic land route to China through the Karakoram ranges. As a fall out of the unresolved dispute, India and Pakistan have fought numerous wars and skirmishes with no solution in sight. Worse, the local politicians are holding India to ransom by playing the Pak card. Kashmir issue is a self-created cancerous furuncle that defies all medications and continues to bleed the country. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ No 2: Ignoring Chinese Threats and Neglecting the Military \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Memories of the year 1962 will always trouble the Indian psyche. A nation of India's size had lulled itself into believing that its protestations and platitudes of peaceful co-existence would be reciprocated by the world. It was often stated that a peace-loving nation like India did not need military at all. The armed forces were neglected. The political leadership took pride in denigrating the military leadership and meddled in internal affairs of the services to promote sycophancy. Foreign policy was in shambles. The intelligence apparatus was rusty. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Even though signs of China's aggressive intentions were clearly discernible for years in advance, the Indian leadership decided to keep its eyes shut in the fond hope that the problem would resolve itself. When China struck, the country was caught totally unprepared. Troops were rushed to snowbound areas with summer clothing and outdated rifles. Despite numerous sagas of gallantry, the country suffered terrible embarrassment. India was on its knees. With the national morale and pride in tatters, India was forced to appeal to all nations for military aid. Inept and incompetent leadership had forced a proud nation to find solace in Lata Mangeshkar's Ae Mere Watan Ke Logo. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ No 3: The Tashkent Agreement and Return of Haji Pir Pass \\\\\\\\\\\ Following the cease-fire after the Indo-Pak War of 1965, a Russian-sponsored agreement was signed between India and Pakistan in Tashkent on 10 January 1966. Under the agreement, India agreed to return the strategic Haji Pir pass to Pakistan which it had captured in August 1965 against heavy odds and at a huge human cost. The pass connects Poonch and Uri sectors in Jammu and Kashmir and reduces the distance between the two sectors to 15 km whereas the alternate route entails a travel of over 200 km. India got nothing in return except an undertaking by Pakistan to abjure war, an undertaking which meant little as Pakistan never had any intention of honouring it. \\\\\\\\\\\ Return of the vital Haji Pir pass was a mistake of monumental proportions for which India is suffering to date. In addition to denying a direct link between Poonch and Uri sectors, the pass is being effectively used by Pakistan to sponsor infiltration of terrorists into India. Inability to resist Russian pressure was a manifestation of the spineless Indian foreign policy and shortsighted leadership. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ No 4: The Simla Agreement \\\\\\\\\\\\\ With the fall of Dhaka on 16 December 1971, India had scored a decisive victory over Pakistan. Over 96,000 Pak soldiers were taken Prisoners of War (PoWs). Later, an agreement was signed between the two countries on 2 July 1972 at Shimla. Both countries agreed to exchange all PoWs, respect the line of control (LOC) in Jammu and Kashmir and refrain from the use of threat or force. Additionally, Bhutto gave a solemn verbal undertaking to accept LOC as the de facto border. \\\\\\\\\\\ India released all Pak PoWs in good faith. Pakistan, on the other hand, released only 617 Indian PoWs while holding back 54 PoWs who are still languishing in Pakistani jails. The Indian Government has admitted this fact a number of times but has failed to secure their release. India failed to use the leverage of 96,000 Pak PoWs to discipline Pakistan. A rare opportunity was thus wasted. Forget establishing permanent peace in the sub-continent, India failed to ensure release of all Indian PoWs - a criminal omission by all accounts. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ The naivety of the Indian delegation can be seen from the fact that it allowed Pakistan to bluff its way through at Shimla. The Indian leadership was fooled into believing Pakistan's sincerity. Unquestionably, Pakistan never intended to abide by its promises, both written and verbal. Fruits of a hard-fought victory in the battlefield were frittered away on the negotiating table by the bungling leadership. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ No. 5: The Nuclear Muddle \\\\\\\\\\\\\ Subsequent to the Chinese Nuclear Test at Lop Nor in 1964, India showed rare courage in carrying out its first nuclear test on 18 May 1974 at Pokharan. Outside the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, India was the only nation to prove its nuclear capability. The whole country was ecstatic and every Indian felt proud of its scientific prowess. But Indians had not contended with their Government's penchant for converting opportunity into adversity and squandering hard-earned gains. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ Instead of asserting India's newly acquired status of a nuclear power and demanding recognition, India turned apologetic and tried to convince the world that it had no nuclear ambitions. Strangely, it termed the Pokharan test as a 'peaceful nuclear explosion' - a term unheard of till then. The Defence Minister went to the extent of claiming that the Indian nuclear experiment was 'only for mining, oil and gas prospecting, for finding underground sources of water, for diverting rivers, for scientific and technological knowledge.' It was a self-deprecating stance. Displaying acute inferiority complex, India did not want to be counted as a member of the exclusive nuclear club. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ Criticism and sanctions were expected and must have been factored in before opting for the nuclear test. Whereas a few more assertive follow-on tests would have forced the world to accept India as a member of the nuclear club, India went into an overdrive to placate the world through a self-imposed moratorium on further testing. It lost out on all the advantages provided to it by its scientists. It suffered sanctions and yet failed to gain recognition as a nuclear power. The country missed golden opportunities due to the timidity and spinelessness of its leaders. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ No 6: The Kandahar hijacking \\\\\\\\ The hijacking of an Indian Airlines aircraft to Kandahar by Pakistani terrorists in December 1999 will continue to rile India's self-respect for long. According to the Hindustan Times, India lost face and got reduced to begging for co-operation from the very regimes that were actively undermining its internal security. The hijacking revealed how ill-prepared India was to face up to the challenges of international terrorism. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ The eight-day long ordeal ended only after India's National Security Adviser brazenly announced that an agreement had been reached for the release of all the hostages in exchange for three Kashmiri militants including Maulana Masood Azhar. Sadly, the Prime Minister claimed credit for forcing the hijackers to climb down on their demands. The worst was yet to follow. India's Foreign Minister decided to accompany the released militants to Kandahar, as if seeing off honoured guests. \\\\\\\\\\\\ The government's poor crisis-management skills and extreme complacency in security matters allowed the hijackers to take off from Amritsar airport after 39 minutes halt for refueling, thereby letting the problem get out of control. India's much-vaunted decision-making apparatus collapsed and was completely paralysed by the audacity of a bunch of motivated fanatics. It was a comprehensive failure of monumental proportions. India's slack and amateurish functioning made the country earn the tag of a soft nation which it will find very difficult to shed. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ No 7: Illegal Immigration and Passage of IMDT Act \\\\\\\\\\\\ It is a standard practice all over the world that the burden of proving one's status as a bonafide citizen of a country falls on the accused. It is so for India as well under Foreigners Act, 1946. Political expediency forced the Government to make an exception for Assam. In one of the most short-sighted and anti-national moves, India passed the Illegal Migrants - Determination by Tribunals (IMDT) Act of 1984 for Assam. It shifted the onus of proving the illegal status of a suspected immigrant on to the accuser, which was a tall and virtually impossible order. Detection and deportation of illegal immigrants became impossible. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ Whenever demands were raised for repealing the Act, the Congress, the Left Front and the United Minorities Front resisted strongly. Illegal immigrants had become the most loyal vote bank of the Congress. Worse, every protest against the Act was dubbed as 'anti-minority' , thereby imparting communal colour to an issue of national security. The government's 'pardon' of all Bangladeshis who had come in before 1985 was another unconstitutional act that aggravated the problem. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ The Act was struck down as unconstitutional by the Supreme Court on July 13, 2005, more than 20 years after its enactment. The Apex Court was of the view that the influx of Bangladeshi nationals into Assam posed a threat to the integrity and security of northeastern region. Unfortunately, immense damage had already been done to the demography of Assam and the local people of Assam had been reduced to minority status in certain districts. Illegal immigrants have come to have a stranglehold over electioneering to the extent that no party can hope to come to power without their support. Nearly 30 Islamic groups are thriving in the area to further their Islamist and Pan-Bangladesh agenda. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ It is amazing a nation can be so myopic, not learn any lessons from History and repeat mistakes for either short-term gains or for accolades that flatter to deceive. ______________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ 000000000