Sunday, May 2, 2010

steps to second partition: Anti Jammu attitude of BJP

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    • The BJP, the political organ of the RSS, ditched the people of Jammu and outraged their sensitivities in 1998, when it opposed on the floor of the Assembly the official bill that sought the establishment of Mata Vaishno Devi Technical University at Katra and Agriculture University at RS Pura. The BJP opposed the historical bill overlooking the fact that the people of Jammu had fought relentlessly for the establishment of these two universities for over 65 days and had also observed a 17-day-long continuous bandh.
    • The year 2010 witnessed the BJP crossing all the limits. When the Panthers Party gave bandh call to register its opposition to the official move aimed at snatching the citizenship rights of women of the state. Instead of supporting the women cause, the BJP leadership opposed the bandh call saying that "it is not our duty to make the bandh a success".
    • The role the BJP has been playing, particular since 1998, has made the people believe that it would be crime against them if they pin their faith in this patently anti-Jammu party. That they observed bandh -- which was by any standard an impressive show -- despite the negative attitude of the RSS and the BJP could be construed as a verdict against these two outfits.

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    • Semitic graft on a Sanatana tree – 3 
    • Sandhya Jain
    • Seizing the opportunity to reiterate the writer’s concerns over the easy infiltration and control of Hindu ashrams by Westerners, the writer observed, “The white man does not hand over his women to black Hindu sadhus without an ulterior motive, and this is particularly true of the Jews, who adhere to their faith and culture with utmost tenacity. Only Hindu sadhus are content to wallow in sex and money when they are corrupted – all monotheist clergy and laity are fiercely committed to the political agenda of world dominion and never let it out of their sight.”


      Asserting that globetrotting swamis are the bane of our country and need to be curbed with a firm hand, the writer said Hindu hierarchy must allot them a secondary status, and they must no longer presume to speak for Hindu Samaj or Hindu Dharma at the global level. Any secretly signed ‘binding’ declarations are unequivocally rejected by Indian Hindus.

    • It is a hoary Hindu tradition that the Mahabharata war was fought for Dharma, though the material reward was a kingdom. That war, staved off for many years by the puissant diplomacy of Sri Krishna, eventually saw two powerful armies meet on the plains of Kurukshetra. Stalwarts of the level of Bhishma Pitamah, Dronacharya and Karna on one side, Abhimanyu and Ghatotkacha on the other, were sacrificed before one side emerged victor.


      Today’s Kurukshetra encompasses the entire landmass of India, and her hoary Dharma, culture and civilisational ethos, which are under the combined and calibrated assault of the Corporate-Judaeo-Christian world, with the slavish Muslim world serving as suicidal mercenaries, with no share in the ultimate loot, only a slice of heaven.


      The stakes are not only so much higher, but the war is that much nastier, as there is no kinship or dharmic commonality that can impose restraint. There is no Sri Krishna, and Hindus are clueless how to face the enemy. Sadly, learned Swamis who should be in the forefront of galvanizing the public to recognise the enemy and gather on the battlefield, are reluctant to do their dharmic duty. They seem to have accepted a Faustian deal to allow the enemy a free run of the land in return for the safety of their rich ashrams (abroad as well), though how long such a promise would be respected is anyone’s guess.


    • It is pertinent that Swami Nityananda was considered dubious in many quarters, with reports of incidents of having being roughed up by the public for misbehaviour. Swami Dayananda ji has promoted such ‘spiritual novices’ in august bodies like the HDAS and GFCH, and is thus responsible for this sordid chapter in our lives.

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    • Semitic graft on a Sanatana tree – 2 
    • Sandhya Jain
    • So proud was Swami Dayananda Saraswati at his achievements at Jerusalem, that he wrote an article for New Indian Express (9 March 2008), saying the “Jerusalem meet concluded with a landmark declaration that Hindus worship ‘one supreme being' and are not really idolatrous.” Claiming this as a profound victory, he chortled, “Judaism was born of the complete repudiation of idol worship and rabbinic literature abounds with denunciations of idolatry in an entire tractate of the Talmud devoted to this… Hinduism has been perceived by them as idolatrous and promoting many gods…”


      [This is outrageous. A Hindu guru who upholds the legitimacy for Hindus of the literature of another religion, and tries to make Hindu Dharma pass standards set by that intolerant sect, is betraying the Devas, the Dharma, the bhaktas, the Desh – nothing more need be said in this matter. In one stroke, he has also legitimised the missionary and jihadi hatred of and assault upon Hindu dharma in Hindu bhumi].

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    • Semitic graft on a Sanatana tree - 1
    • Sandhya Jain
    • Inter alia, while studying the missionary defence of conversions, the writer was horrified to discover that unknown to all of us who are fighting evangelism at the intellectual level, the Hindu Dharma Acharya Sabha had in May 2006 sent representatives to attend an inter-religious meeting at Lariano, Italy, hosted by the Pontifical Council for Inter-Religious Dialogue, Vatican City, and the Office on Interreligious Relations and Dialogue of the World Council of Churches, Geneva, on Conversion: Assessing the Reality.


      The HDAS website features a report on the Lariano meet, prepared by Brahmacharini Dr Vrinda Chaitanya and submitted to Swami Dayananda Saraswati, convener, HDAS



      Conveniently missing is the declaration signed there, and the identity of the Hindu representatives deputed to attend.


      The Lariano Declaration is a complete negation and mockery of Hindu Dharma. The Convener and Secretary HDAS obdurately refused to answer any questions regarding this absolutely secret diplomacy with the Catholic and Protestant churches and the reasons for signing that venomous document. The identity of the delegates sent remains a stubborn secret, along with the reasons for the selection of the said persons. Both Convener and Secretary HDAS were incandescent at being found out.


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VivekaJyoti: INDIAN: Can I die now?? Ans: Wait we are about to launch the funeral tax!!!

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    • Tax Structure in India.... Funny But True...

      Question 1: What are you doing?
      Ans.: Business.

      Question 2: What are you doing in Business?
      Ans.: Selling the Goods.
      Tax: PAY SALES TAX!!

      Question 3: From where are you getting Goods?
      Ans. : From other State/Abroad
    • Question 19.: Any Additional Tax?
      Ans.: Yes

      Question 20: Delayed any time Paying Any Tax?
      Ans. Yes

      21) INDIAN : Can I die now??
      Ans :: Wait we are about to launch the funeral tax !!!

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Haindava Keralam - Rs 420,000 spent to deport one Bangladeshi from Assam

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    • Believe it or not, the Indian government spends an astounding Rs.424,000 to formally detect and push back an illegal Bangladeshi migrant from Assam.

      Assam spent Rs.410 million between January 2001 and December 2009 in identifying 33,922 foreigners, of whom just 174 could be deported back to Bangladesh.

      "This is true that the cost is enormous in detecting and then pushing back an illegal migrant...cost incurred by police and expenditure by tribunals," Minister for Assam Accord Implementation Bhumidhar Barman told the state assembly Tuesday.

    • "It is true that some of those pushed back by us entered India once again using a different border route," the minister said.

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We are RSS workers, not ashamed about it: Arrested man’s brother

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    • Bhopal:
    • Chandrashekhar Patidar, arrested by the Rajasthan ATS in Madhya Pradesh in connection with the October 2007 Ajmer dargah bombing, is an active RSS worker, says his brother.


      “Why should we be ashamed of our association with an organisation that works in the national interest,” Chandrashekhar’s elder brother Satish told The Sunday Express. Satish confirmed that both Chandrashekhar, 38, and he have been associated for long with the RSS.


      Chandrashekhar, who has a polytechnic diploma, has helped to manage an RSS-run Saraswati Shishu Mandir school in Khopra Kalan village in the past.

    • Chandrashekhar’s brother Satish claimed that Chandrashekhar’s brother-in-law Pankaj Patidar had brought the two mobile phone handsets from Bhopal. But Pankaj died in a road mishap last year, and the chances of tracing the handsets to their source were very slim.


      “We are not sure where Pankaj got the handsets from. The police are torturing us because they have no other evidence and they don’t know the source of these handsets,” Satish alleged.


      Chandrashekhar’s wife was using one of the handsets. Vishnu had given the other to an employee who worked in his fields.


      Satish said his brother had even fled to Allahabad to escape questioning by the police. He claimed Vishnu had gone into a depression after sustained questioning by the Rajasthan team, and was treated for months in Indore.

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Varun shown garlanding Azad's statue with footwear on

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    • Allahabad
    • BJP MP Varun Gandhi today landed in a fresh controversy with TV footages showing him garlanding the statue of Chandrashekhar Azad with his footwear on.

      The Congress attacked him for showing disregard to the legendary freedom fighter, saying it showed the "culture of a party which swore by cultural nationalism" even as the BJP sought to underplay the issue saying that it was a "result of oversight."
    • The Pilibhit MP, whose alleged hate speech had raised a political storm last year, arrived at the Bamrauli airport here this morning from where he left for Jaunpur by road for addressing a BJP rally.

      Before leaving the city, Gandhi got down at Chandrashekhar Azad Park, the historic site where the revolutionary had attained martyrdom, to garland a life-size statue of Azad installed at the very place where the legendary freedom fighter had laid down his life.

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