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James Madison (1751-1836), one of the Founding Fathers of the American State, wrote as follows on 16th June 1788: “I believe there are more instances of the abridgement of the Freedom of the people by gradual and silent encroachments of those in power than by violent and sudden usurpations.”

Firangi Memsahib and Sonia Congress Dictator from Mussolini’s Italy seems to be hell bent on silencing 122 Crores of people in India today. Her errand boy Pa Chidambaram seems to have voluntarily come forward with unconcealed enthusiasm and commitment to undertake the despicable agenda of the Firangi Memsahib.

Benito Mussolini, Italian Fascist Dictator

Sonia Gandhi, Italian Dictator in India

The people of India are shocked to read the recent note sent by Dr. Subramanian Swamy, former Union Cabinet Minister for Law and Commerce and currently President of Janata Party.

On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 7:19 AM, Subramanian Swamy wrote:

A meeting was held a week ago called by Sonia at PC's house to enable intelligence chiefs to attend on protocol. There it was decided to develop Draconian measures to meet 'national security' emergency. This web matter is a part of it. NRIs get organised to be ready for a repeat of 1975-77. [Dr. Subramanian Swamy wrote the above lines on Thursday, Apr 28, 2011 at 7:19 AM] - (Source-VivekJyoti Blogspot)

It is reliably understood that Firangi Memsahib Sonia Gandhi dictatorially directed her ever willing supplicant Union Home Minister P.Chidambaram to do all that he can to put down freedom of speech in India. She is reported to have told him: “Don’t I know the slavish, creeping and crawling beggarly Indians? If you kick them mercilessly they will prostrate on their knees! If you say ‘Namaste’ to them they will kick you with redoubled vigour.” The Union Home Minister is reported to have instructed the Union Telecom Ministry to monitor all Internet Articles and emails and to take such steps as necessary to restrict or ban them as the case may be.

I fully endorse the view of Dr. S. Kalyanaraman in this context. These are his words:

“The arrival of SoniaG on the Indian political scene has been an unmitigated disaster for the rule of law in India. Almost every constitutional institution has been subverted by promoting chamcha-giri, starting with the PM downwards and not sparing KGB (the ex Chief Justice of India who introduced the 'staleness doctrine' to protect SoniaG from legal consequences of writing false affidavits under oath). Now, this report. What is happening in India is a constitutional emergency achieved without declaring a state of emergency.
SoniaG, go, quit politics. Singhasan khaali karo ke janataa aati hai.”

A very important and seminal article by Vikas Bajaj in the ‘New York Times’ and ‘International Herald Tribune’ on 27-4-2011 fully exposes the evil and autocratic designs of Firangi Memsahib Sonia Gandhi and her wholly owned Private Limited Company called the UPA II Government of India to put down ruthlessly all Freedom of Speech guaranteed under the Indian Constitution. I am presenting below the full text of this article.

An Internet cafe in New Delhi. New rules require Web sites and service providers to remove some content that officials and even private citizens find objectionable.

Published: April 27, 2011

MUMBAI, India — Free speech advocates and Internet users are protesting new Indian regulations restricting Web content that, among other things, can be considered “disparaging,” “harassing,” “blasphemous” or “hateful.”
The new rules, quietly issued by the country’s Department of Information Technology earlier this month and only now attracting attention, allow officials and private citizens to demand that Internet sites and service providers remove content they consider objectionable on the basis of a long list of criteria.
Critics of the new rules say the restrictions could severely curtail debate and discussion on the Internet, whose use has been growing fast in India.
The list of objectionable content is sweeping and includes anything that “threatens the unity, integrity, defense, security or sovereignty of India, friendly relations with foreign states or public order.”
The rules highlight the ambivalence with which Indian officials have long treated freedom of expression. The country’s constitution allows “reasonable restrictions” on free speech but lawmakers have periodically stretched that definition to ban books, movies and other material about sensitive subjects like sex, politics and religion.
An Indian state, for example, recently banned an American author’s new biography of the Indian freedom fighter Mohandas Gandhi that critics have argued disparages Mr. Gandhi by talking about his relationship with another man.
Although fewer than 10 percent of Indians have access to the Internet, that number has been growing fast — especially on mobile devices. There are more than 700 million cellphone accounts in India.
The country has also established a thriving technology industry that writes software and creates Web services primarily for Western clients.
Even before the new rules — known as the Information Technology (Intermediaries guidelines) Rules, 2011 — India has periodically tried to restrict speech on the Internet. In 2009, the government banned a popular and graphic online comic strip, Savita Bhabhi, about a housewife with an active sex life. Indian officials have also required social networking sites like Orkut to take down posts deemed offensive to ethnic and religious groups.
Using a freedom of information law, the Center for Internet and Society, a Bangalore-based research and advocacy group, recently obtained and published a list of 11 Web sites banned by the Department of Information Technology. Other government agencies have probably blocked more sites, the group said.
The new Internet rules go further than existing Indian laws and restrictions, said Sunil Abraham, the executive director for the Center for Internet and Society. The rules require Internet “intermediaries” — an all-encompassing group that includes sites like YouTube and Facebook and companies that host Web sites or provide Internet connections — to respond to any demand to take down offensive content within 36 hours. The rules do not provide a way for content producers to defend their work or appeal a decision to take content down.
“These rules overly favor those who want to clamp down on freedom of expression,” Mr. Abraham said. “Whenever there are limits of freedom of expression, in order for those limits to be considered constitutionally valid, those limits have to be clear and not be very vague. Many of these rules that seek to place limits are very, very vague.”
An official for the People’s Union for Civil Liberties, an advocacy group based in New Delhi, said on Wednesday that it was considering a legal challenge to the constitutionality of the new rules.
“What are we, Saudi Arabia?” said Pushkar Raj, the group’s general secretary. “We don’t expect this from India. This is something very serious.”
An official at the Department of Information Technology, Gulshan Rai, did not return calls and messages.
The rules are based on a 2008 information technology law that India’s Parliament passed shortly after a three-day siege on Mumbai by Pakistan-based terrorists that killed more than 163 people. That law, among other things, granted authorities more expansive powers to monitor electronic communications for reasons of national security. It also granted privacy protections to consumers.
While advocates for free speech and civil liberties have complained that the 2008 law goes too far in violating the rights of Indians, Internet firms have expressed support for it. The law removed liability from Internet intermediaries as long as they were not active participants in creating content that was later deemed to be offensive.
Subho Ray, the president of the Internet and Mobile Association of India, which represents companies like Google and eBay, said the liability waiver was a big improvement over a previous law that had been used to hold intermediaries liable for hosting content created by others. In 2004, for instance, the police arrested eBay’s top India executive because a user of the company’s Indian auction site had offered to sell a video clip of a teenage couple having sex.
“The new I.T. Act (2008) is, in fact, a large improvement on the old one,” Mr. Ray said in an e-mail response to questions.
Mr. Ray said his association had not taken a stand on the new regulations. An India-based spokeswoman for Google declined to comment on the new rules, saying the company needed more time to respond.
Along with the new content regulations, the government also issued rules governing data security, Internet cafes and the electronic provision of government services.

I am also presenting below just one sample of public reaction from one of the public spirited and patriotic citizen of India against the nefarious move of the UPA II Government of India to put down freedom of speech and communication in and through the Internet. Government of India has already gagged the fully paid Mass Media in India—both print and electronic.


From: satyajit1940
Date: Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 2:58 AM
Subject: [hc] Is India heading towards Dictator rule?


If the sources within the intelligence are believed, it may be true. Very recently, a high level meeting was called at the residence of Union Home Minister P.Chidambaram, which was attended by loyal confidants of Sonia Gandhi which included Digvijay Singh, Ahmed Patel, Jayanth Natarajan, Ambika Soni, Abhishek Manu Singhvi, Manish Tiwari, Veerapan moily etc. Surprisingly top officials from IB, NIA, CBI, Cyber Cell, DRI, IT dept and few Media magnets close to congress leaders were invited for the close door meeting.

One officer, who wished not to be named, made some startling revelations about the outcome of the meeting. The High profile people present at the meeting, discussed about 2G Spectrum scam and other scams which is haunting the government from time to time A vitriolic Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh raised the issue of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi been targeted frequently by many sections of the society terming as unscrupulous forces. In contrast to this the Home Minister quoted 'He in is individualy capacity has committed to protect the integrity of Gandhi family and directed the officials present their to deal mercilessly who target their leaders. He instructed the intelligence officials to keep a vigilant track of emails, sms and other modes of communication exchanged between people in India. With a strong worded signal to officials, he directed that if any individual/organization (including religious institutions) are involved in speaking/distributing/propagating which hurts the interest of the Gandhi's, Congress, to a larger extent even to minorities, such people should be fixed in a case where procuring bail is impossible something equating with terrorism case or depending upon the gravity of the issue, (quoting the example of Sadhvi Praga). Manish Tiwari Quickly retorted and reminded the officials about their predecessor who was sacked after UPA came into Power. The sacked official was instrumental in stalling Mrs. (Sonia) Gandhi from becoming the Prime Minister of India who had presented certain confidential documents before former President of India. Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam

Digvijay Singh demanded a really stringent tough law to tackle people who would even dare to speak against Sonia, Rahul or Priyanka, something on the lines of martial law, which other leaders did not react. Subsequently, Jayanthi Natarajan, was satisified with the decision taken by the Home Ministers direction. Few Media barons present at meeting pledged to extend all help in every manner.

The Officer stated, that all this officials are helpless and are forced to doing something which they do not like, they become scapegoats in the eyes of people and media by the act of this beasts. He further quoted that few opposition leaders are also bought by congress leaders to suppress them from speaking anything against Rahul and Soniaji. One name which ispopularly doing rounds is that of Ranjan Bhatacharya who plays a mediator role between Congress and BJP leaders. It is at his disposal, he fixes meetings between them at some undisclosed places.

I am sure many would agree with me that the above outcome of the meeting clearly signifies a Dictator rule for the blank future of India. Are Gandhi family above the Law in India, indefinitely seems so, we have a weak judiciary which is scared to prosecute them in even Multi billion dollar corruption scam.

If we do not protest or challenge the same, our Country will turn into another Afghanistan, Libya, with atrocity on streets of India by the so called leaders.

Only the Judiciary and the Defence Personnel can save the country from the clutches of this Greedy politicians of our country.

We have made a big mistake by extending our faith in BJP, which in course of time has proved to be a frontier organization of the Congress.

Wikileaks rightly proved about Arun Jaitley 'Who admitted that Hindutva is just a political issue' on similar lines of minorities are just vote bank for Congress.

Think before it is too late, I am forwarding this message to all Indians, I am sure, you too would do in the interest of FREE DEMOCRATIC BHARAT.


Retired Intelligence Officer


Drunk with unchallenged power without responsibility, Firangi Memsahib seems to be under the delusion that the India of 2011 is the same as the Abyssinia of 1935-36 which was savagely raped by her fellow countryman Benito Mussolini. The whole world knows about the infamous story of the savage colonial rape and occupation of Abyssinia by Italy. The hangman of Mussolini(1883-1945) in Abyssinia was General Badoglio. On specific telegraphic instructions of Mussolini, Badoglio's troops made substantial use of mustard gas, in both artillery and aerial bombardments. Use of mustard gas completely and blatantly violated the 1925 Geneva Protocol that Italy had signed. In total, the Italians deployed between 300 and 500 tonnes of mustard gas during the war. The deployment of poison gas was not restricted to the battlefield, however, as civilians were also targeted by the Italians, as part of their attempt to terrorise the local population. Furthermore, the Italians carried out gas attacks at least 19 times on Red Cross camps and ambulances in Abyssinian areas. Mussolini and his generals sought to cloak the operations of chemical warfare in the utmost secrecy, but the use of gas was revealed to the world through the denunciations by the International Red Cross and of many foreign observers. In all 30,000 people were killed in the violent Italian colonial religious and racial repression of Abyssinia in 1935-36.

The predominant part of the work of repression was carried out by Italians who, besides the bombs laced with mustard gas, instituted forced labour camps, installed public gallows, killed hostages, and mutilated the corpses of their enemies. Graziani ordered the elimination of captured guerrillas by way of throwing them out of airplanes in mid-flight. Many Italian troops had themselves photographed next to cadavers hanging from the gallows or hanging around chests full of detached heads.

Very much like her criminal countryman and her father’s employer, Mussolini, Firangi Memsahib is under the delusion that she is maintaining absolute secrecy about her Sonia Congress Pogrom of crushing the Spirit, urges, hopes, aspirations and above all civil liberties of the Indian people.

On 30th June 1936, the defeated Emperor of Abyssinia Haile Selassie spoke at the League of Nations. The Emperor was introduced by the President of the Assembly as “His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor of Ethiopia” ('Sa Majesté Imperiale, l'Empereur d'Ethiopie'). In response, a group of Italian journalists began yelling insults and they had to be ejected before he could speak. The Romanian Chairman, Nicolae Titulescu, famously reacted to the buffoonery exhibited by the Italian journalists. He jumped to his feet and shouted: "To the door with the savages!" ('A la porte les sauvages!').

Emperor Haile Selassie then gave a stirring speech denouncing Italy's actions and criticizing the world community for standing by. At the conclusion of his speech, which appeared on newsreels throughout the world, Emperor Haile Selassie warned the Italian Fascist dictator Mussolini that: “IT IS US TODAY. IT WILL BE YOU TOMORROW.” Emperor Haile Selassie did not have to wait for long for nemesis to overtake Mussolini. Mussolini was shot and killed on 28th April 1945, along with his Fascist entourage of servile Ministers and officials, I mean Mussolini’s gangsters and murderers.

After being shot, kicked, and spat upon, the bodies of Mussolini and his fellow gangsters were hung upside down on meat hooks from the roof of an Esso gas station. The bodies were then stoned by civilians from below. This was done both to discourage any Fascists from continuing the fight and as an act of revenge for the hanging of many partisans in the same place by Axis authorities. The corpse of the deposed leader became subject to ridicule and abuse. Fascist loyalist Achille Starace who once said of Mussolini “He is a god,” was captured and sentenced to death and shot. The body of Starace was subsequently strung up next to the body of Mussolini. Fascist loyalist Achille Starace behaved very much like the Sonia slaves of today like Pranab Mukherjee, Pa Chidambaram, Kapil Sibal, Ambika Soni, Abhisekh Singhvi, Manish Tiwari, Jayanthi Natarajan and other clans and categories of supine and spineless Congress chattels and vermin!

As a former Civil Servant who served with distinction in the Indian Administrative Service from 1965 to 1994 and now as a freelance journalist, in this context, I would like to use the eternally relevant words, which the Emperor Haile Selassie used against Mussolini, then at the height of his absolute power, at the meeting of the League of Nations, “IT IS US TODAY. IT WILL BE YOU TOMORROW.”

Firangi Memsahib Sonia and her hangers’ on in the Congress party should learn their salutary lessons from the disastrous life and times of the Italian Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini. Karl Marx was absolutely right when he said: “History repeats itself and historians repeat each other!”

Let me conclude in the words of Thomas Jefferson, another Founding Father of the American State:


कार्टून: सरकार मजाक भी करती है.

कार्टून: सरकार मजाक भी करती है.: "congress cartoon, corruption cartoon, corruption in india, 2 g spectrum scam cartoon, saifuddin soz cartoon
It seems like Government is ready for any investigation but not for report. A high drama, 11 of the 21 members of the PAC on Thursday “rejected” the report on the 2G spectrum scam. The report had made critical references to the PMO and P Chidambaram.
Cartoon by Kirtish Bhatt (

Ready for tie-up with BJP if it backs quota for Muslims: Jagan

Ready for tie-up with BJP if it backs quota for Muslims: Jagan: "Kadapa (Andhra Pradesh): YSR Congress president Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy on Wednesday said he was ready to join hands with BJP if the saffron party supports reservation for Muslims."


Parameswaran, India (Bharat)
30 Apr 2011, 21:48
For Hindus, Jagan's only is that he is against Sonia. BJP should counter this offer by saying that Jagan can join them if he gives up two things - Chistian conversion agenda and Muslim reservation.

British royalty: a shared hallucination

British royalty: a shared hallucination: "

By Swapan Dasgupta

The newly-appointed Duke and Duchess of Cambridge may mean very little to the India of 2011. Unlike his grandmother and father who assiduously keep alive their Indian and other Commonwealth connections, Prince William is still in his internship and hasn't yet grasped all his future responsibilities. But in the normal course of things he is a future King of Britain who has broken new ground by marrying a thoroughly English commoner. This may explain why an estimated two billion people in the world watched their wedding on TV. And, presumably, at least 10 to 15 per cent of the viewers were Indians. Yes, the William and Kate wedding did captivate the ordinary, unpretentious middle-class Indian imagination more than the politically-correct commentariat will admit.

This doesn't surprise me in the least. First, regardless of the periodic outbursts of anti-imperialism and nationalist self-assertion, Indians nurture a genuine fondness for Britain and its traditional institutions. We may have ceased to have a King-Emperor in 1947 but Independence and a new political arrangement wasn't accompanied by an enduring hatred and bitterness. There were a lot of things Indians disliked about the Raj but in the six decades of Independence these have been overshadowed by the inheritance we cherish. We may have changed the names of roads and public buildings and banished the imposing bronzes of imperial rulers to obscure venues but the relationship of India and Britain remains 'a shared hallucination' (Enoch Powell's telling description).

Those with an interest in the past should research the exhaustive coverage in India of the death and funeral of Sir Winston Churchill—a man who, in his lifetime, was loathed by Indian nationalists for his unwavering defence of the Empire. The posthumous respect showered on Churchill or, for that matter, Lord Mountbatten, suggests a large-heartedness that narrow nationalism has always failed to appreciate. One day, India will also have the decency to relocate one of the discarded bronzes of Lord Curzon to a site overlooking the either the Archaeological Survey of India or the new building of the Ministry of External Affairs. Curzon, after all, began the process of preserving India's inheritance for India and putting the mark of India on a foreign policy that was independent of Whitehall.

In this infuriatingly complex 'shared hallucination', the House of Windsor occupies a special place. Why are the Indian immigrants to Britain so categorically royalist? Why do they crave for that invitation to one of the garden parties at Buckingham Palace or even a chance to donate generously to a charity endorsed by the Prince of Wales? No amount of radical multiculturalism has been able to prevent British Indians from adoring the monarchy. This is not merely because Indians (and particularly Hindus) love to adapt; the sentiments are more heartfelt.

Nor does the belief that monarchy is the natural order in Britain stop at the Indian diaspora. I have always been amused that the persistence of Guardian-loving editors here to have the British monarch described as Queen Elizabeth II—much like the ship—has been scuttled by popular usage. For English-speaking India, the old lady with the handbag and the slightly batty husband is still 'the Queen'; there is no other. At the same time, India is a proud Republic.

This peculiar schizophrenia may a source of bewilderment to sociologists but it is nevertheless real. The Royal Wedding proved immensely popular with Indians because it epitomised many of the institutions we hold dear.

The first was the sheer pageantry. It is worth exploring whether the splendour of the occasion was something they learnt from us or we preserved because of them. But the coming together of ceremony, tradition, family and patriotism was something Indians have instinctively celebrated and which the country's new-found prosperity has allowed us to rediscover. We have even recognised its tourism potential, just as Britain has.

Many Indians may not have appreciated all the finer details of the very English, Christian service that solemnised the marriage. They may not have grasped the political significance within England of the singing of William Parry's 'Jerusalem' and the choice of Sir Edward Elgar's 'Crown Imperial' that accompanied the procession of the bride and groom from the altar. But what may have impressed Indians was the fact that the Englishness of the occasion wasn't distorted by some contrived multi-faith or secular improvisation.

I loved the flag-waving on the streets, the street-parties for the kids, the merry-making in the pubs and the overall message of a nation united. And I particularly loved the Bishop of London for quoting the lesser-known St Catherine of Siena to put it all into context: 'Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire'. That's something we should never forget.

[This article is dedicated to raising the hackles of the grim, the sanctimonious and those who lack the ability to laugh at themselves.]

Sunday Pioneer, May 1, 2011


'Postal Secularism' - Haindava Keralam


“The first millennium saw the cross planted in soil of Europe, the second in America and Africa. May the third Christian Millennium witness a great harvest of faith on this vast and vital continent.”  - These were the statements made by Pope John Paul II during his last vist to India.

Indian postal department will release a special stamp to commemorate the 25th anniversary of this Pope's visit to Bharath. This move also coincides with his sainthood beatifying ceremony which was held in Rome. He too was fast tracked to Sainthood, amidst widespread opposition from 'Sexual abuse Victims group' . They accuse John Paul for having turned a blind eye to sex abuse by his clergyman. 

Kerala Christian Pressure group in Delhi are said to be behind this push as well who earlier suceeded in issuing a coin in the name of some less known Alphonsa. This special day issue is in association with the archdiocese of Thrissur.Chief Post Master General (Kerala circle) Shobha Koshy will release the stamp by presenting the first cover to Reverend Andrews Thazhath, archbishop of Thrissur.

Protest: Mockery of Sati Draupadi by Hindu-traitor

Protest: Mockery of Sati Draupadi by Hindu-traitor: "In a video given in the article, some 'Engineer' makes mockery of highly revered Sati Draupadi, stooping at very low level. All Hindus protest lawfully against it."

Appeal to devout Hindus

The above video is of a comedy show by some 'Engineer', in which he had made mockery of Sati Draupadi, highly revered Hindu icon of Hindu epic 'Mahabharat', stooping at very low level. Sati Draupadi is considered as one of the most sacred ladies in the history of Hindu Dharma. Such Hindu-traitors are real foes of Hindu Dharma. It is duty of all true Hindus to protest lawfully against this denigration. The video is posted at below links and we should 'Report / Flag' these videos as 'Abuse' or 'Inappropriate' :


2) (Above video is taken from this link)




Also this video is there on Facebook at following link :


Also we appeal to Hindus that if anyone can get contact details of the performer / actor in this video, we should protest lawfully against him also for defaming our highly revered Hindu Icon, Sati Draupadi.