Have you done Jesus Namaskar today?

In Kerala, Surya Namaskar has become Jesus Namaskar. Unable to come up with anything worthwhile itself because of restrictions on free speech and thought in monotheism, the church adopts a dirty trick: steal the output of superior non-Christian cultures and repackage it as Christian. This plagiarism is done shamelessly and in broad daylight, and the church has been doing it for the last 1,500 years. Even the Christian festivals are nothing but repackaged pagan festivals. Christian myths are repackaged pagan myths. Only fools follow this religion because their brains have been addled with monotheistic fundamentalism which, I have to admit, is very addictive.

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Another shameless repackaging: Jesus with many hands:

jesus as BrahmaAfter enjoying Muslim ghettos over the last 50 years, folks, now it is time to get ready to enjoy Christian ghettos. These monotheists have pickled brains and their behavior is so predictable. I can easily tell in advance how they will behave once their population goes up. Their moves are quite easy to read.

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Finally, in some good news, meet Sergeant James Farrlam of the US ARMY who has adopted Hinduism. He says he was feeling lost in life until he discovered Hindu philosophy and spirituality.

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Our daughter from Nepal

Primitive, medieval sheikhdoms floating in oil, semi-literate Arabs who have become rich with unearned income, desperate young girls from the Indian subcontinent in need of money — you know what will happen.

Our daughter from Nepal

“And then I said ‘You may have danced in a hundred movies but here you are a passenger. Go back into the line. Welcome to Bombay Customs’ and pushed her trolley back.”

The rest of us started laughing as Sridhar made a clumsy gesture with his hands, in an attempt to imitate the heroine in mention. It was half past two in the night. Air India Riyadh had just left and it meant only one thing. For an hour, we had a break since no flight would land, giving all of us a much needed respite from the maddening crowds.

“Sahib.”, a middling man with wrinkled features and folded hands walked towards the counters where we had arranged our chairs in a circle. His rugged nose, short stature and round colourful hat reminded us of the hills. The green passport clinched it. He was a Nepali.

Behind him was a young girl. Twenty years of age probably. We need to look at her passport for the exact dates. She looked scared; actually she looked positively terrorized by the airport.

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Meenakshi Lekhi on ISRO spy case and the traitor cop who framed India’s top scientist

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Foreign nexuses target India through paid sepoys

A brilliant article by Minakshi Lekhi of BJP about how strong foreign nexuses are trying to take control of India and how they have managed to create a network inside the country through paid brown sepoys.

Blasts at Modi’s Hunkaar rally meant to keep strong leader away

By Minakshi Lekhi

Many hues of foreign interests have been attempting to control India’s wealth, spiritual landscape and knowledge power. Events in recent times suggest creation & flourishing of interest groups and a socio-political infrastructure within India that would facilitate such foreign interests. They have over ground agents sitting everywhere be it in the government, media , academics, legislatures, political parties, industrial & trade bodies and even in religious places.

Such invisible forces working within our national mainstream must be identified & uprooted for India to prosper & transform into a homogeneous civilization of cultural integrity, peace and tolerance. But, unfortunately, foreigners have been using these invisible forces to divide India on religious and caste lines. Sponsored historians, academicians and propaganda machines have been creating false perceptions to protect their notorious local agents.

A variety of instruments are used by such hostile powers to divide India by focusing on vulnerable sections – terrorism , naxalism , corruption , social- religious intimidation , hostile tax regimes , import centred market policies, and anti-people government actions – to name a few. Congress party created by foreigners has been mostly ruling India since the British transferred power in 1947. Further, a democratic party created by the sweat & blood of millions of freedom fighters was converted into a fiefdom of Nehru family. Congress(I), which is Indira congress, usurped both the legacy of freedom movement and Mahatma Gandhi while working on a dynastic agenda. Virtually, Nehru family members have been the rulers.

Facilitating a fragmented India & using taxes paid by majority group to empower select social groups and use its votes to gain political power has been the Nehru family strategy. Its deep rooted personal relationships with several countries has resulted in a foreign policy which is adverse to national interests. Various forms of congress party – in names like JDU, NCP, DMK and the Left – constitute a coalition of tyranny and mayhem. This coalition has no caste or religion. Its only agenda is to divide communities & perpetuate a sense of divide and hate among people. These foreign forces and their local agents need a weak in-effective facilitator to loot India.

Therefore, many such interests cannot afford Modi’s elevation as PM. He symbolises a strong decisive and effective leadership which would stop the loot of Indian wealth. The crude bomb blasts at Narendra Modi’s Patna rally seem a product of a divisive strategy of the Congress-JDU coalition. There seems a pattern of continuity when we analyse several actions. Be it tweets of Digvijay Singh, Janardan Dwivedi or Rahul Gandhi’s recent comments on Muzaffarnagar riots, Congress ‘s game plan to isolate Muslims and target them for political gains seems quite obvious

Nitish Kumar’s Pakistan visit, turning a blind eye towards the Jihadi build-up in north Bihar, his ministers mocking the sacrifice of our soldiers, the jungle-raj elements returning at the helm, conferring terrorists the title of martyrs are all but a sequential narrative of a mindset which is ant-national .

The blasts at Narendra Modi’s rally must be thoroughly reviewed. Conduct of Home Ministry, PMO and Bihar government in this matter should be impartially investigated as there are many questions which the NIA failed to explain. For instance, why was Nitish Kumar away from the state capital when such a big rally was being held there? Were low intensity bombs used to scare lakhs of people and create a stampede? While Bihar police has cracked the case in such a short time, why could it not sanitise the rally arena? When the venue was sanitised 24 hrs before the event, isn’t it NSG and Bihar police’s job to ensure that the venue is safe? Who in these organizations facilitated the terrorists to carry the bombs inside the venue?

The conduct of Bihar government in administering the Madhubani and Darbhanga districts must be investigated under court observation. In these districts, Indian Mujahideen modules flourish. Why was Modi not given a bullet proof vehicle? Was it a case of dereliction of duty at its best ? Or It was a case of complicity of certain elements at its worst? Bihar’s police track record is notorious under the leadership of Nitish Kumar. Politicians and officials at MHA PMO and Bihar government must be tried under appropriate sections of the law to ensure a logical end for this matter. A Supreme Court monitored investigation must look into these aspects. One leader claimed he could be killed while other has in fact faced an attempt on his life! Under these circumstances, why should SPG Act be not amended to protect the likes of Modi, who faces high risk and is not Nehru family member! Since Sardar Patel seems to be the flavour of these times, I wonder if UPA’s incumbent home ministers are worthy successors of his legacy.

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Pure Arab momin thrashes impure, dirty “Hindu Muslim”

Here is a video of a pure Saudi Arabian momin, highest on the totem pole in the global Muslim fraternity, thrashing an impure, converted, South Asian Muslim, a tribe which is mocked by Arabs as “Hindu Muslims” because they are converted from Hindus and are of inferior racial stock compared to Arabs who are considered as original Muslims. And these “Hindu Muslims” spend their life copying Arabs, aspiring to be like them, learning their language, wearing their clothes, carrying their names and supplying their women to them. Monotheism is colonization of other races, considered inferior, by one master race — Arabs are the master race of Islam, Whites are the master race of Christianity. All the converts have to copy them and try to become their mirror image, but the master race is careful to maintain distance.

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The Moslem Conquest of India

Here is an extract from the book “The Story of Civilization” by Will and Ariel Durant. It relates to the conquest of India by unlettered, brutal barbarians driven by lust for war, wealth and women, and full of hatred of others that we know is so typical of the monotheists. While the two Durants give a good account of the initial centuries of Muslim invasion of India and their barbarity on Hindus, being worshipers of the dead Jew, they too cannot escape monotheistic bigotry in their reporting. They have proclaimed in this extract that Hindus were following cults (not a religion) and that the invasion by illiterate Muslims only “advanced that weakening of Hindu physique and morale, which had been begun by an exhausting climate, an inadequate diet, political disunity, and pessimistic religions.”

The idiots could never explain if Hindus were living in so much superstition, eating inadequate food, following a pessimistic religion and surviving in an “exhaustive climate” (presumably, for Americans and Europeans, all temperatures above zero degree centigrade are exhausting), how the hell could Hindus accumulate so much wealth through trade and industry and become the richest nation of the world which poor barbarians (presumably following superior monotheistic religions) would try to attack again and again for loot — they only way of becoming rich the monotheistic barbarians know. Just 300 years after Muslim attacks on India, another brand of monotheistic barbarians were roaming the seas looking for India for loot and plunder.

The two Durant zombies further proclaim: “Weakened by division, it [India] succumbed to invaders; impoverished by invaders, it lost all power of resistance, and took refuge in supernatural consolations; it argued that both mastery and slavery were superficial delusions, and concluded that freedom of the body or the nation was hardly worth defending in so brief a life.” These dudes come from a White civilisation that was destroyed by the Roman invasions, could never recover or protect their indigenous spiritual traditions, and even today follow a religion (xianity) imposed by alien invaders. But they tut-tut so much about Hindus who for 1000 years fought so hard with the invaders that they still remain Hindus and preserve all their traditions.

Anyway, read the following extract for what happens to a superior, cultured, wealthy polytheistic civilization with a great tradition of science and arts, when it gets invaded by monotheistic barbarians living in poverty and ignorance and burning with hatred for everyone superior to them in the civilizational scale.

The Moslem Conquest of India
An Extract from ‘The Story of Civilization’ By Will & Ariel Durant [Volume 1, Chapter 16]

The Mohammedan Conquest of India is probably the bloodiest story in history. It is a discouraging tale, for its evident moral is that civilization is a precarious thing, whose delicate complex of order and liberty, culture and peace may at any time be overthrown by barbarians invading from without or multiplying within. The Hindus had allowed their strength to be wasted in internal division and war; they had adopted religions like Buddhism and Jainism, which unnerved them for the tasks of life; they had failed to organize their forces for the protection of their frontiers and their capitals, their wealth and their freedom, from the hordes of Scythians, Huns, Afghans and Turks hovering about India’s boundaries and waiting for national weakness to let them in.

For four hundred years (600-1000 A.D.) India invited conquest; and at last it came. The first Moslem attack was a passing raid upon Multan, in the western Punjab (664 A.D.) Similar raids occurred at the convenience of the invaders during the next three centuries, with the result that the Moslems established themselves in the Indus valley about the same time that their Arab co-religionists in the West were fighting the battle of Tours (732 A.D.) for the mastery of Europe. But the real Moslem conquest of India did not come till the turn of the first millennium after Christ.

In the year 997, a Turkish chieftain by the name of Mahmud became sultan of the little estate of Ghazni, in eastern Afghanistan. Mahmud knew that his throne was young and poor, and saw that India, across the border, was old and rich; the conclusion was obvious. Pretending a holy zeal for destroying Hindu idolatry, he swept across the frontier with a force inspired by a pious aspiration for booty. He met the unprepared Hindus at Bhimnagar, slaughtered them, pillaged their cities, destroyed their temples, and carried away the accumulated treasures of centuries. Returning to Ghazni, he astonished the ambassadors of foreign powers by displaying “jewels and unbored pearls and rubies shining like sparks, or like wine congealed with ice, and emeralds like fresh sprigs of myrtle, and diamonds in size and weight like pomegranates.”

Each winter, Mahmud descended into India, filled his treasure chest with spoils, and amused his men with full freedom to pillage and kill; each spring he returned to his capital richer than before. At Mathura (on the Jumna), he took from the temple its statues of gold encrusted with precious stones, and emptied its coffers of a vast quantity of gold, silver and jewellery; he expressed his admiration for the architecture of the great shrine, judged that its duplication would cost one hundred million dinars and the labour of two hundred years, and then ordered it to be soaked with naphtha and burnt to the ground.

Six years later, he sacked another opulent city of northern India, Somnath, killed all its fifty thousand inhabitants, and dragged its wealth to Ghazni. In the end, he became, perhaps, the richest king that history has ever known. Sometimes he spared the population of the ravaged cities, and took them home to be sold as slaves; but so great was the number of such captives that after some years no one could be found to offer more than a few shillings for a slave. Before every important engagement, Mahmud knelt in prayer, and asked the blessing of God upon his arms. He reigned for a third of a century; and when he died, full of years and honours, Moslem historians ranked him as the greatest monarch of his time, and one of the greatest sovereigns of any age.

Seeing the canonization that success had brought to this magnificent thief, other Moslem rulers profited by his example, though none succeeded in bettering his instruction. In 1186 the Ghuri, a Turkish tribe of Afghanistan, invaded India, captured the city of Delhi, destroyed its temples, confiscated its wealth, and settled down in its palaces to establish the Sultanate of Delhi – an alien despotism fastened upon northern India for three centuries, and checked only by assassination and revolt.

The first of these bloody sultans, Kutb-ud-Din Aibak, was a normal specimen of his kind – fanatical, ferocious and merciless. His gifts, as the Mohammedan historian tells us, “were bestowed by hundreds of thousands, and his slaughters likewise were by hundreds of thousands.”In one victory of this warrior (who had been purchased as a slave), “fifty thousand men came under the collar of slavery, and the plain became black as pitch with Hindus.”

Another sultan, Balban, punished rebels and brigands by casting them under the feet of elephants, removing their skins, stuffing these with straw and hanging them from the gates of Delhi. When some Mongolian habitants who had settled in Delhi, and had been converted to Islam, attempted arising, Sultan Ala-ud-din (the conqueror of Chitor) had all the males – from fifteen to thirty thousand of them – slaughtered in one day.

Sultan Muhammad bin Tughlak acquired the throne by murdering his father, became a great scholar and an elegant writer, dabbled in mathematics, physics and Greek philosophy, surpassed his predecessors in bloodshed and brutality, fed the flesh of a rebel nephew to the rebel’s wife and children, ruined the country with reckless inflation, and laid it waste with pillage and murder till the inhabitants fled to the jungle. He killed so many Hindus that, in the words of a Moslem historian, “there was constantly in front of his royal pavilion and his Civil Court, a mound of dead bodies and a heap of corpses, while the sweepers and executioners were wearied out by their work of dragging” the victims“ and putting them to death in crowds.”

In order to found a new capital at Daulatabad, he drove every inhabitant from Delhi and left it a desert; and hearing that a blind man had stayed behind in Delhi, he ordered him to be dragged from the old to the new capital, so that only a leg remained of the wretch when his last journey was finished.

The Sultan complained that the people did not love him, or recognize his undeviating justice. He ruled India for a quarter of a century, and died in bed. His successor, Firoz Shah, invaded Bengal, offered a reward for every Hindu head, paid for 180,000 of them, raided Hindu villages for slaves, and died at the ripe age of eighty. Sultan Ahmad Shah feasted for three days whenever the number of defenceless Hindus slain in his territories in one day reached twenty thousand.

These rulers were often men of ability, and their followers were gifted with fierce courage and industry; only so can we understand how they could have maintained their rule among a hostile people so overwhelmingly outnumbering them. All of them were armed with a religion militaristic in operation, but far superior in its stoical monotheism to any of the popular cults of India; they concealed its attractiveness by making the public exercise of the Hindu religions illegal, and thereby driving them more deeply into the Hindu soul. Some of these thirsty despots had culture as well as ability; they patronized the arts, and engaged artists and artisans — usually of Hindu origin — to build for them magnificent mosques and tombs; some of them were scholars, and delighted in converse with historians, poets and scientists. One of the greatest scholars of Asia, Alberuni, accompanied Mahmud of Ghazni to India, and wrote a scientific survey of India comparable to Pliny’s “Natural History” and Humboldt’s “Cosmos”.

The Moslem historians were almost as numerous as the generals, and yielded nothing to them in the enjoyment of bloodshed and war. The Sultans drew from the people every rupee of tribute that could be exacted by the ancient art of taxation, as well as by straightforward robbery; but they stayed in India, spent their spoils in India, and thereby turned them back into India’s economic life. Nevertheless, their terrorism and exploitation advanced that weakening of Hindu physique and morale, which had been begun by an exhausting climate, an inadequate diet, political disunity, and pessimistic religions. The usual policy of the Sultans was clearly sketched by Ala-ud-din, who required his advisers to draw up “rules and regulations for grinding down the Hindus, and for depriving them of that wealth and property which fosters disaffection and rebellion.”

Half of the gross produce of the soil was collected by the government; native rulers had taken one-sixth. “No Hindu,” says a Moslem historian, “could hold up his head, and in their houses no sign of gold or silver… or of any superfluity was to be seen …. Blows, confinement in the stocks, imprisonment and chains, were all employed to enforce payment.” When one of his own advisers protested against this policy, Alauddin answered: “Oh,Doctor, thou art a learned man, but thou hast no experience; I am an unlettered man, but I have a great deal. Be assured, then, that the Hindus will never become submissive and obedient till they are reduced to poverty. I have therefore given orders that just sufficient shall be left to them from year to year of corn, milk and curds, but that they shall not be allowed to accumulate and property.”

This is the secret of the political history of modern India. Weakened by division, it succumbed to invaders; impoverished by invaders, it lost all power of resistance, and took refuge in supernatural consolations; it argued that both mastery and slavery were superficial delusions, and concluded that freedom of the body or the nation was hardly worth defending in so brief a life. The bitter lesson that may be drawn from this tragedy is that eternal vigilance is the price of civilization. A nation must love peace, but keep its powder dry.

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Arun Shourie at Manthan Samvaad 2013

Arun Shourie, India’s most respected public intellectual, speaks on ‘What will it take to face up to China?’ at Manthan Samvaad 2013, at Hyderabad, India. Oct 2, 2013.

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