Thursday, June 25, 2009

News updates

Found some interesting articles on the net,

The commies have been asking for banning the Hindu organizations and now back track saying that they never demanded such a thing. A clear proof of the ease with which these sick commie Ba^%$#s lie.

Hindu priest attacked in Ireland, no Indian media seems to be bothered leave alone the MMS government.

Fiji polic join Christian crusade. No one seems to be raising any eyebrows to such a move but saying "I am proud to be a Hindu" is a communal act!!

"The government also wants to set up an All India Madrassa Board which will award degrees equivalent to CBSE and other boards. The board will frame policy to impart secular and technical education to Muslims without interfering the religious teachings. "We will strive to evolve a consensus on this issue," he said, adding that efforts would also be made to amend the National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions Act to further strengthen it."

Good article on how India is under threat.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Good to know

Found some informative articles on the net.

"The local residents also said that Manmasi National Christian Army cadres had painted cross symbol on the walls of the temples with their blood.

At least seven to eight Hmar youths were frequently visiting Bhuvan Pahar, which had nearly 700 Hindu people as well as eight Hindu temples. These Hmar youths approached with gun in one hand and the Bible in the other."

(Apparently the two forensic labs gave differing reports on Varun Gandhi's claim of the CD's being doctored. Looks like the Indian media selectively publicized only one of the reports!)

(Kanchi shankaracharya stands up for Hindu rights)

Highly placed official sources revealed that the Chief Minister (Omar abdullah) had not relished the idea of holding a function to pay homage to Dr Mookerjee inside Jammu University, where key speakers were bound to lambast role of his grandfather Sheikh Mohd Abdullah in the events preceeding the mysterious death of founder president of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh. "

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Brilliant articles by Shourie on Indian Politics and media

Found some old articles written by Shourie in the Indian Express,

(How the Indian media has mis-handles important issues and glorifies gossip)

"They drew even sharper attention to an incident that had occurred just three weeks earlier. For as long as anyone could remember, there had been a statue of the Buddha — well inside Indian territory. Local inhabitants used to go up to it — pray, make their offerings. The local commander of the Chinese troops had told Indian soldiers that the statue must be removed. Our soldiers had pointed out that the statue was well within Indian territory, and so there was no question of removing it. The Chinese had come, and blown off the statue..."

‘But what did the NDA do about the incursions?’ another member of that clutch demanded. First, the head of the force at the border has spoken about the incursions that have taken place this year, in 2007, I pointed out. What could the NDA government have done about them? But assume that incursions were taking place then, and that the NDA government did nothing. Does that in any way become reason for not doing anything today? Please do have some mercy on our country, I said. Here is China claiming our territory; here it is, having begun that well-rehearsed series of steps which precede a grab. Are we going to divert ourselves from that reality by the usual ‘tu-tu, mein-mein, NDA vs UPA?’"

‘But are you sure about the facts or is the BJP indulging in its usual fear-politics?’ the anchor asks. But why don’t you ascertain them from the two MPs who represent the area? I respond. Better still, why don’t you send your own correspondents and photographers to the area? I inquire. We will, we will, I assure you. I was just making sure...

In any case, look at what the ambassador of China has himself said, I remarked. Remember, just days before Hu Jintao, the Chinese President, was to come to India, the ambassador declared, right here on Indian soil, that Arunachal is a part of China...

‘But maybe he was saying it for rhetorical effect,’ said the anchor.

Rhetorical effect? I skipped a heartbeat. Is the Chinese Ambassador also running after TRP ratings like the TV channels? Would an ambassador say such things just for effect? And that too the ambassador of China, of all countries? You mean an ambassador, you mean the ambassador of China of all countries would claim the territory of the country to which he is accredited, that he would lay claim to an entire state of that country for rhetorical effect? I asked."

(On how Hindus are being forced to become violent)

There is a real vice here. The three great religions that originated in Palestine and Saudi Arabia — Judaism, Christianity and Islam — have been exclusivist — each has insisted that it alone is true — and aggressive. The Indic religions — Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism — have been inclusive, they have been indulgent of the claims of others. But how may the latter sort survive when it is confronted by one that aims at power, acquires it, and then uses it to enlarge its dominion? How is the Indic sort to survive when the other uses the sword as well as other resources — organised missionaries, money, the state — to proselytise and to convert? Nor is this question facing just the Hindus in India today. It is facing the adherents of Indic traditions wherever they are: look at the Hindus in Indonesia and Malaysia; look at the Buddhists in Tibet, now in Thailand too."

(An especially good article on how the media fabricated data on the nuclear deal to get public support for the congress)

But that was not the end. Polishing up the deal further, the Hindustan Times informed its readers that by 2050, an astronomical “200,000 MW of nuclear energy can be produced”. We would presumably have more reactors by then than the whole world has today. As my friend T.C.A. Rangachari once said, “Jo hyper-bole so nihal.”

This has been one of the main strengths of the government over the past two years — the utter innumeracy of our media exceeded only by its utter willingness to put out anything. “Killer amendments dropped, India’s concerns taken care of,” the papers proclaimed — when, in fact, as even the most cursory glance would have shown, each and every one of the clauses was very much a part of the Act. “Objectionable clauses non-binding,” they proclaimed — when, in fact, neither our government nor that of the US was able to furnish any list of which clauses were binding and which were non-binding, and, of course, the Act itself made no such distinction.

But the enthusiasts had a ready reason for not studying the Act! “Laden with numbing bureaucratese and legalese,” The Times of India declared on its front page, in its — what else should one call it? — “analytical report” of the Hyde Act on December 9, 2006, “littered with sections, sub-sections, clauses, sub-clauses and footnotes, it has enough statements, caveats and requirements to make heads spin”.

How much easier then to just concoct! For it isn’t the precise figure that propagandists count on remaining in the mind, nor the precise assertion but the general impression — in this case, that the nuclear deal will light up the bulbs, that the concerns which had been expressed have been met. How much easier to abuse: those who were pointing to the provisions of the US legislation were charged with being “obsessed with clauses and sub-clauses”, to be “anti-deal jihadis”. And to put out stories, ‘Advani softens’ ‘Rajnath says if concerns met...’ I had attended every single meeting of the BJP leaders at which the nuclear deal was deliberated upon. At no meeting at all had the leaders felt that either new evidence or new argument had surfaced which required that the assessment be changed. And yet, ‘BJP softens...’ And this after written statements were put out repeatedly over the signatures of the principal leaders themselves."

Random news bits

Hindu residents get their way in California inspite of anti-hindus like Wietzel trying hard to undermine their case.

Good to see this protest after that retarded Sambhaji Brigade (the ones responsible for destroying valuable archives in a Pune library) made the Congress Govt. to falsify Shivaji's history.

The Shankaracharya also seems to have wizened up to the fact that political Christianity is a huge threat to Indian native culture.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Congress better?

Recently the BJP has been behaving totally wierd and it is possible that Congress rule might actually be better than BJP rule right now!

Firstly, the Karnataka BJP, increased Madrassa funding from Rs. 30 crores to 120 crores annually in the state budget!! Inspite of that the muslims in Karnataka gave a fatwa to vote against the BJP.

Turns out that even in Rajasthan, the BJP government gave a lot of money to madrassas for thei modernization. Giving computers is not modernizing them. They will only use it to further their Jehadi ideals!! Turns out that once Congress started ruling the state, the madrassas are not finded anymore.

Also, now in Gujarat, 3 muslim boys kidnapped and raped a hindu girl. Immediately the state govt. detained 40-50 VHP people. It looks like Modi, is trying very hard to remove the communal tag that the pseudo-seculars and commies have given him.

It was good to know that the locals beat up the rapists.

The Gujarat govt. has also started tapping phones of VHP personnell which is illegal,

BJP infiltrated

Sudheendra Kulkarni, an IIT-B graduate has been enjoying a lot of influence in the BJP acting as LK Advani's political advisor. What qualified him to be one is unknown. He took over the reins of the BJP's political campaign for the general elections in 2009. His pathetic performance resulted in the BJP facing a horrible defeat in one the the most important election that the nation has faced.

He is now putting the blame on all the others and especially the RSS. The fact that he chose "Tehelka" to write his opinion itself should indicate where his loylties lie. It is highly possible that he was planted in the BJP by the commies/missionaries to sabotage the BJP campaign. They certainly succeeded.

Kanchan Gupta gave a short reply to his article ,

A brilliant reply to Kulkarni's article is given by his classmate in IIT-B, Anil Chawla, where he exposes both Kulkarni as well as LK Advani as being highly selfish people who look after their own interests at the cost of the party.

Sudheendra Kulkarni also exposed himself by praising the Hindu-Christian inter faith dialogue which is a clear ploy to aid conversions in India.

I am no longer an admirer of Advani as he has proven beyond doubt that he is nothing but a self serving politician who only pais lip service to the hindu masses just to gain power. It is befitting that he did not become the prime minister.

All of Advani's coterie including Jaitley and Shushma Swaraj need to be booted out of the party. Jaitley is actually not so bad I guess but it was under Swaraj's tenure as communication minister that she allowed forrign direct investment in media thanks to which we now have the anti national CNN-IBN, IBN-Live, etc.

A very good analysis on why the BJP lost and what the BJP needs to do to has been written by a fellow blogger ZoomIndian,

Dr. Togadia's brilliant piece in the organiser details how the BJP betrayed the very people who voted them into the single largest party.

Instead of splitting the BJP or dissolving it to start anew, the people who do not believe in hindutva should leave the BJP and start their own party. Highjacking the BJP should not be allowed.

Thankfully the mess is not present throughout the party,

At least one MLA considers it his responsibility to educate the people of his constituency.

Friday, June 5, 2009

Indian Media and History

"A quote from Mrs. Coomi Kapoor, summarising the guidelines prepared by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) in 1982. Mrs Kapoor is quoted as saying:
“History and Language textbooks for schools all over India will soon be revised radically. In collaboration with various state governments the Ministry of Education has begun a phased programme to weed out undesirable textbooks and remove matter which is prejudicial to national integration and unity and which does not promote social cohesion."

"The issue here is the sheer irresponsibility of the media. Whether it is Godhra, Tehelka, petrol pump allocations or the Ansal Plaza killing of terrorists, our media seems to believe it will attract its audience only if it dresses to kill, or, as some newspapers have patented, it undresses models in colour. That it is not accountable to anyone in the country except to its proprietors' profit and loss account abets that belief. No wonder the ICE World section of Business Standard dated January 29, 2003, says The Times of India charges fees to PR agencies for publishing their releases. Are we then headed for editorials charged at so many rupees per column centimetre? Our media demands foolproof accountability from every institution in our land, including the judiciary. Why then doesn't it demand the same from itself?"

Re-visiting the Taj Mahal

While there has been a lot of discussion on whether the Taj is actually a Hindu temple, many people have ignored and dismissed anyone who contended such a line of thought.

Recently I have found some interesting information which supports the view that the Taj might have been a Hindu building before it was taken over my Shah Jahan.

Note the comment where the author of the book reviewed puts in his thoughts.

Some experpts from that comment,
"Badshahnama: Persian text of this document was published by Asiatic Society of Bengal in 1867.It was compiled by two Muslim Maulavis. During the British Raj some British officers translated from Persian into English, Babur-nama, Humayun-nama, Akbar-nama and Ain-e-Akabari and Tazuk-e-Jehangiri. Why did their curiosity stop there?
So, why has Badshahnama not been translated into English for 141 years. Even Pakistanis have not dared to do this. How can they? Badshahnama clearly states that Shahjahan grabbed Raja Mansingh’s palace for burial of his wife."

"Unexplained structures and underground chambers: Please make this simpler. There are two huge basements under the Main terrace. These cannot be seen from the garden, but can be seen from the riverside. They were noted by the English painters Thomas and William Daniells in 1789 when they visited Taj Mahal.These are seen in the book of Sleeman in 1844, In Vincent Smith’s book of 1911. And yet NOT ONE historian has questioned the purpose of these? And why are they still blocked today?"

"Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) confesses
We understand that the ASI are under political pressure to keep quiet. But even then they had made a confession. In 1982 they published a booklet called Taj Museum.
On page 4 they say – “ The site selected for the burial was an extremely pleasant and lofty land situated to the south of the city on which till then stood the mansion (Manzil) of Raja Mansingh which was at that time in possession of the latter’s grandson Raja Jaisingh.”
Common sense should tell us that what is being paraded as Taj Mahal today is nothing but Raja Mansingh’s Palace being misused as a tomb of Mumtaz.
Nothing can be clearer.
And who are the authors of this booklet? Dr Zia-uddin Ahmad Desai and H K Kaul
That my friends, is in short, the biggest whitewash in Indian History.
If you want to know more please read my book “Taj Mahal : Simple Analysis of a Great deception”.
My E mail I.D. is"

Stephen Knapp in his website gives a copy of the page in the Badshahnama where the Taj is mentioned,

"This is supposed to have been written by the emperor's chronicler, the Mullah Abdul Hamid Lahori. It describes the site of the Taj Mahal as being full of majestic and lush gardens just south of the city (Agra). It goes on to say that the palace of Raja Mansingh, which was owned by his grandson Raja Jaisingh, was selected as the place for the burial of the queen Mumtaz. This means, of course, that Shah Jahan never built the Taj Mahal but only acquired it from the previous owner, who was Jaisingh. "

Finally I found a video of a lecture given by renowned archeologist Marvin Mills on the topic, where he concludes that there is enough evidence to question the present belief that Shah jahan built the Taj Mahal and demands that thorough research be done to ascertain the truth.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Worrisome news from India

Found some very disturbing news today

"Buoyed by the response from Muslim voters, the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) has decided to go ahead with minority development programmes. Muslim representation will be increased in education and in government jobs. But, fearing protests, the government is refraining from talking about quotas for them.

Though not clearly uttering "reservations for Muslims", minority affairs minister Salman Khurshid said the government will go for strong "affirmative action in the Indian way, not restricting to quota"

I can understand why affirmative action is required in the US for Black people. The africans were made slaves and treated very badly and thus the white people have to make it up to them.
In India, it is the Muslims who enslaved and persecuted the hindus!! Why on earth are the hindus obliged to take responsibility for the villians and introduce affirmative action?!!
I hope the BJP makes a big noise about this. But with Shushma Swaraj ("Ayodya issue is an ecashed cheque) and Jaitley being the new leaders in the LS and RS, that seems unlikely.

Another hindu seer killed in Orissa

"The brutal murder of Mauni Baba on Tuesday at Puri is a grim reminder of the August 23 killing of Swami Lakshmanananda Saraswati, said BJP national secretary Dharmendra Pradhan.
While the State is witnessing a series of killings by Left Wing ultras, the killing of the Seer has once again proved that the law and order situation of the State is worsening day by day and the Chief Minister has miserably failed to provide security to the people

"The caste war in Maharashtra has taken its toll on the newly published Std IV history and civics textbook. Key references to Brahmin teacher Dadaji Konddev and his role in the life of the Maratha warrior king Chhatrapati Shivaji have been altered dramatically.

A colour picture showing Konddev prominently next to Shivaji in the previous textbook (published in 2000) now shows Konddev in the background.These are just some of the changes in the textbook.The Sambhaji brigade had led a stir demanding the "demotion" of Dadaji Konddev.

The demand to remove Dadoji Kondadev's statue at Lal Mahal in Pune came forward along with a demand to remove his name as Shivaji's teacher from history textbooks
The state government appointed a committee to look into the matter pertaining to an award in the name of Kondadev while Balbharati appointed a separate committee to look into the demand by Maratha organisations

I wonder who these idiots are in the Sambhaji brigade!! I think it is the same arseholes who destroyed valuable artifacts when they burned a library having old manuscripts in protest for a book written on Shivaji!!

What do they want?!! Do they want to change history fact? They want Dadoji Kondadev's name removed just because he is a Brahmin?!! How much ever they may object, the fact remains that Dadoji was Shivaji's tutor.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

AID, ASHA and other similar NGO's

Found some very good articles on AID and other NGO's which work against India, directly or indirectly.

I have a friend in AID who I had a heated debate with. When I said it would be better to fund hindu groups for disaster relief she said that it would be unfair for the minorities. She was completely ignorant that hindu organizations help everyone irrespective of religion and that non-hindu organization (like World Vision) directly or indirectly support religious discrimination. Secondly, the Xtians and the muslims have wealthy societies outside of the country from where there is a flood of wealth which comes to them. It is their fault if this money is mostly used to gain poitical power and for proselytising. So while the Xtians and muslims are taken care of by there brethren who will take care of the hindus?

The ASHA group at my university rejected a proposal which included distributing comic books (amar Chitra katha variety) among children to enlighten them about Indian culture and history becasue they considered it "communal"!!!

Most if not all AID, ASHA people are victims of this perverse logic that anything hindu is anti somebody else!

Here are some links which make very informative reads on this topic.

The Tianmen Massacre

Found a good slide show in rediff on the Tainmen Square revolution.

Some interesting points ,

"He affirmed that China will never, never implement a 'Western type' democratic system.
These words were pronounced two months ago during the annual session of the National People's Congress. Wu added: 'We can by no means indiscriminately copy the Western system.'
It was partly a response to the Charter 08 signed by hundreds of prominent Chinese intellectuals. The document stated in strong terms that political democratisation was a need for China.
Wu is probably not aware that 'democracy' has not been invented by the West. More than 2,500 years ago, in the Buddha's time, small democratic republics flourished in North India; archeologists have even said that more than 5,000 years ago, the Indus-Saraswati civilisation knew the principle of decentralisation and participatory governance.
Greece and the West discovered it much later. It is therefore wrong to associate 'democracy' with the West

"On June 6, 1989, two days after the tanks had rolled on the Square, a meeting of the Elders was held in Zongnanhai. Wang Zhen, the vice-president of the People's Republic and an old soldier stated:
'We're are still going to rely on the PLA to stabilise things. We need to get the PLA, the PAP (People's Armed Police) and the regular police all out there hitting those counter-revolutionary rioters as hard as they can, arresting when necessary, killing when they need to, and being absolutely sure no rioters get away.'
'Stability' became the leitmotiv. Twenty years later in the Middle Kingdom, everything is done in the name of 'stability,' a euphemism for one-party eternal rule.

"A recent example has been the bloody repression of the Tibetans in March-April 2008. More than 200 Tibetans were killed on the high plateau during these two months, just because the Tibetan masses expressed their resentment against the Chinese cadres.
The same Chinese were supposed to have 'emancipated' and 'liberated' the common men and women of the Roof of the Word in 1950; they had entered Tibet with this only purpose.
Such a sad joke on the Tibetans! Twenty years after the Tiananmen massacre, more and more news of arrests and death condemnations are trickling out of Tibet.

The fact that communism is a scam is known by the fact that every communist nation is more or less a dictatorship or a monarchy. So much for the rule by the proletariat!!