11/08/15. Re: WHY DO WE CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY ???
Thank you Bhai Sahib, None could express the sentiment over that black day in 1947 better than you.
Our challenge is to make the whole nation, starting with the PRESIDENT and the Prime Minister, feel the grief of the mourning survivors of Hindu Holocaust of 1947. There is need for the whole nation to remember them for ever.
We also need to recall the MASS EXODUS of tens of millions of Hindus in three clothes, fleeing their homes for safety in Bharat.
Let us dare to reall those who FELL along the way, and our daughters and sisters who were abducted and gang raped at home as well as along the way while fleeing from Karachi, Quetta, Multan, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Peshawar, North Kashmir - and East Bengal, to the first border town and city they could reach in Bharat!
What money, food and jewellery these fleeing Hindus were carrying, was confiscated at the border or before crossing bridges, by the Pakistani police and army pickets.
It was a BLACK DAY for Hindusthan when instead of celebrating Independence our Hindu brothers and sisters were arriving in Bharat penniless and grieving. Nehru the Imperialist "dog", TURNED HIS FACE AWAY.
Shameless "scum" are those who will sing and dance ignoring tens of millions who are grieving and weeping over PARTITION that turned out to be UNCONDITIONAL surrender of Bharat to the Mohammeds of Isil.
In a message dated 10/08/2015 10:19:27 GMT Daylight Time, XXXXXXXXXXXXXX writes:
Because it has been routinized
and we have a tendency of follow
the crowd like sheep.
Indeed it should be more a day
of dedication than celebrations.
SHAT SHAT SHRANDHANJLI TO OUR INNOCENT VICTIMS OF THE HOLOCAT AT PARTITION AND ALSO OUR VEER SAINIKS.
On Sunday, 9 August 2015, 16:46, XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX wrote:
WHY DO WE CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY 15th. AUGUST EVERY YEAR?
THIS DAY SHOULD BE ABOLISHED AND BE A MOURNING DAY SHRADDHAANJALI DAY:
Why do we celebrate Independence Day on 15th August of every year?
Is it because:-
Our Country has been vivisected on this ‘historic day’
Hindus & Sikhs in lakhs were Massacred, Slaughtered, Butchered and Murdered prior to the partition of the country
Five provinces of our Country have been mercilessly chopped off and handed over to the enemy on a silver platter
Even the remaining part of ‘India’ was divided into Five-Hundred-and-Fifty-Four (554) ‘independent’ principalities with a clear option to remain out of Indian domain (but for the patriotic Sardar Patel, God knows what would have happened to our Country)
Political power transferred from White marauder to Black brigand (who proved to be, even more dangerous to our country)
Are we to celebrate only for the above reasons?
Or, are we to celebrate because:-
We have a country that, even today doesn’t have a NAME of its own (it is still called INDIA)
Our national flag has three colours. Even to this day no one is able to define the particular significance or distinctiveness of these three colours (we already have a National flag of our own (Bhagawa Dhwajam) since time immemorial – however this has been disregarded)
We have an Official language, but not a National language so far. Samskrutam is still a far cry ....
We have a national anthem, the meaning of which is still being debated. Many say it is composed in the honour of King George V during his visit to ‘India’ in 1911
Three (3) Newspapers carried the following report about the event:
(Statesman, Dec. 28, 1911) The Bengali poet Babu Rabindranath Tagore sang a song composed by him specially to welcome the Emperor
(Englishman, Dec. 28, 1911) The proceedings began with the singing by Babu Rabindranath Tagore of a song specially composed by him in honour of the Emperor
When the proceedings of the Indian National Congress began on Wednesday 27th December 1911, a Bengali song in welcome of the Emperor was sung. A resolution welcoming the Emperor and Empress was also adopted unanimously (Indian, Dec. 29, 1911).
It would be more appropriate for us to celebrate our Independence Day on 26th May, every year
because it is on this day that a Patriot has assumed office as Prime Minister of real independent Bharat.