Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Crackerjack Diwali



Much has been said and written about the Taj Mahal in recent days. I am glad Yogi Adityanath brought it up first and pronounced it is not the only monument of interest in UP or India. It takes courage to do that in the face of historical liars who have glorified this building by cleverly concealing the crimes behind it. Over 2000o workers who built it had their hands chopped off and the murderer who built it, Shahjehan, is known to have had a harem of thousands of women. Tons of money, far more than on any other heritage monument in India, has been spent on preserving the Taj. During wars it was probably the only monument that was covered with scaffolding and protected from attacks:
 

Today, if a govt talks about a Shivaji statue on the sea or the tallest statue of Sardar Patel, there are end number of morons who protest and want the money spent elsewhere. These idiotic NGOs and assorted individuals with zero-brains even blame these non-existent statues and the Bullet train for the stampede at Elphinstone station. The Taj was built over 22 years, cost many lives and amidst starvation, poverty and a terribly bad economy. In modern times, the cost of Taj would be over $1 Bn and maintenance cost over the years $10 Bn. All this for a woman that Shahjehan is supposed to have loved but used as a sex toy to produce 14 babies in 14 years. She died on the 14th baby. It doesn’t take a deep reading of history for anyone to know that the Taj is a CRIME SCENE. People should visit its beauty to know how criminal and murderous the Mughals were.

There are many fashionable men and women who were fabulous clothes. You just have to wonder how they would feel if they learned that some of their clothes came from tiny boys and girls that toiled for 16 hours a day for Re.1 per hour. Taj is somewhat like that. The crimes are not visible. Our school history books are full of distortions and even outright lies. They glorify murderous Mughals. Bollywood takes it further by glorifying Mughal criminals. The onus is, therefore, on Hindu parents to teach their children true Hindu history and the lies of school books. Young minds are poisoned by such school books while our HRD Minister is usually busy RTing tweets of PM Modi or ribbon-cutting elsewhere. This particular episode from a missionary school that was relayed on Twitter a few days back should be shocking to all of us:

A Hindu kid supposedly writes an essay about his love for Jesus and Christmas. Nothing wrong with that. But he goes further to state that they don’t celebrate Diwali because he does not LIKE Diwali. I hold such Hindu parents responsible for turning their children into idiots. This particular kid will come out of school, having consumed all the poison, hating his own culture and identity. He will probably end up at JNU or some Periyar group chanting Anti-Hindu or Anti-India slogans. This is not a stray incident. There are many schools, NGOs and the missionary-mafia that teaches people contempt for Hinduism. It did not help that the previous and many Congress govts are partners in this Hinduism-hate. In particular, Congress under SoniaG had unleashed a large operation to destroy Hindus in every which way possible. The current ModiSarkar has not added to the damage but has also not done anything to undo the damage by Congress.

Jesus being born on December 25 is a myth. Even Vatican priests don’t believe that crap. The virgin-mother story is scientifically dubious. But more than Christians, it is the Hindu clowns who parade as Christmas angels or Santa Clowns. Christmas is “fashionable”, Hindu festivals are deemed regressive and backward. There is no dearth of fashionable morons exclaiming “Jeez” without knowing what it means. Consequently, the Congress-inspired NGOs and other outfits frequently knock the doors of courts, especially SC, to particularly attack Hinduism and traditional Hindu practices and customs. From temples to Dahi Handi to Jallikattu to Diwali crackers – the SC has ruled on everything. SC has even redefined what marital rape is. In Hindu matters, the SC is prompt on issuing judgements while on other matters, like Triple Talaq or Ram Mandir, it keeps issuing notices and reminders to the govt or parties that really have no say in it.

There is no Dahi Handi Act. There was no Jallikattu Act (till the cruelty to animal’s law). There is no Kite flying Act. There is no Karwa Chauth Act. There is no UCC either. The Constitution does demand UCC but our SC is not interested in enforcing it through the govt although it has made gentle demands in the past. Instead, the SC and other courts have frequently issued “Bans” on this or that. Having tasted blood against Hindu traditions and practices, more and more PILs are filed in courts. Thus, the ban on cracker sale in NCR, ONLY for the Diwali season incurs the wrath of people. There is no dearth of idiots who ask “were there crackers during Ram’s time”? Well, Goat-screwing, Camel-screwing and paedophilia were fashionable and common during Mohammad’s time. Is it legal today? Harems were practiced once, is it legal today? Of course, there are still many paedophiles in Chrislam that commit crimes and get away with it too. Even the Vatican is known to have child-abusers.

The SC should know where to draw the line and not interfere with the “free will” of people unless it is repugnant to civilised life or threatens freedoms. Naturally, the urge to burst more crackers when banned will be the only outcome. The ban on liquor sale on highways (shops within 500 metres) has been circumvented in most parts of India. An effective method would be to use breathalyzers strictly, impose heavy fines and impound vehicles on the spot if there is drunken-driving. People don’t live in courtrooms. Something our judges seriously need to understand and that the best anti-crime laws are best made by people through their legislatures. A ban is usually a boon to those who make more money through black-marketing:

The weak link in the whole chain is the law-enforcement, especially the police force. Most corruption and illegal practices exist with the active support of corrupt cops. How else do Naxals get weapons and grenades? And the ban on cracker-sale in NCR has no scientific or logical evidence that only Diwali contributes heavily to pollution. There is, of course, some merit in reducing the pollution – both air and noise. But an SC ban is certainly not the most sensible thing to do. The crackers need to be controlled for emissions and decibels which can only be done through laws and not by the SC. Bans usually result in revolt if they try to strangle traditional practices. The ban on cracker-sale wasn’t any different in outcome. Apart from bursting crackers right outside the SC, these are now being door delivered:

There are certain freedoms that no court or govt should meddle with. At best, these can be regulated with sensible laws to avoid damage and to avoid injury or loss of life. Judges don’t have any responsibility for the outcomes from the bans and arbitrary rulings they make on social issues. Maybe someday a PIL will be in SC and the judges will rule whether Shahjehan really loved Mumtaz or treated her as a “baby-manufacturing unit”. The more the courts involve themselves in frivolous PILs the more the people are likely to lose respect for their rulings. Crackers are no exception. Maybe judges weren’t children at all.

A Happy Crackerjack Diwali to all!


31 comments :

  1. Another wonderful piece by MediaCrooks

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  2. There are two minor errors in the article. In paragraph 2, it should be 'N' number of morons, not 'end' number of morons. Also, in paragraph 3, it should be men and women who 'wear', not 'were' fabulous clothes. Please correct these mistakes soon.

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    1. My guess is that Author Ravinar has used a voice-to-text software while composing these lines at least.

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    2. Or even a human interface!

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  3. Today moronic SC banned Crackers in Delhi NCR & slowly it will be spread by other courts of Indian with Commie Congi stooges as judges this clamp on every Hindu festivities is not far. If SC judges have guts let then stop slaughtering during Eid which pollutes water ground etc . Why only enforce laws for ban on Hindus why not for Xtian & Muzzi practices ? Simple appeasement & in the name liberal secular kill Millinium old Hindu practices is clear Agenda of NGOs so called Secular libards & Congress pigs. If SC has guts bring UCC irrespective of Parliament passes it or not. Bastard Nehru interfered in Hindu laws incl Temples under Govt Control whereas deliberately left Mosques Churches both of foreign origin thus loot Hindus. If SC idiot judges think Diwali crackers pollutes why not stop pollution of water by Eid slaughtering ?. If these SC judges has any sense should have thought about wind which can bring pollution from other areas to Delhi NCR region can they ban wind passing through ? These SC pigs even bothered about effect on livelihood of millions of people involved in making selling transporting of Crackers ?. As Ravinar Perfectly puts it every power center in SC wants Hindus cut in every aspect & slowly kill a Millinium old & oldest civilisation & Culture namely Hinduism is clear.

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    1. I wholeheartedly endorse your views. Supreme Court or Supreme Joke?

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    2. I too agree with the points.This is why somebody aptly told that we have Sharia court not Supreme Court

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  4. Judges and common man's sensibilities... An oxymoron. Some nut cases are found everywhere..... As usual, well written piece. Thanks for echoing what we all feel Raviji. A lot of HINDU HATING converted #chrislamist bigots, fake Hindus practicing sic sickularism and NGOs need culling, just like the hapless bakras on Eid. A nice thought. Happy Diwali to Hindus!

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  5. About 15 years ago a relative who is a teacher stayed with a family in a village near Kullu, in HP for the Dussehra holidays. A nearby house was rented by a German lady who lived there with maybe 10 kids, all boys, from the North East probably Manipur. They were enrolled as day scholars in a school about 2 Km away. They were all converts who were likely transported to this far away place to make escape impossible and to keep the parents in line. My relative got to speak with a couple of the boys when the German lady was away. She gathered that the German missionary was very strict and didn't allow hobnobbing with locals. When she asked how did they like the famous Kullu Dussehra week long fair, one boy said they were not allowed to even talk about it but wished he could go and see it at least once. But the German lady makes them study and pray all day. The other boy said Dussehra is a heathen festival and the devil is worshipped and he hated all heathen celebrations because he would go to hell otherwise.
    It's 15 years now. Maybe some of the boys have naturally rebelled against forcefeeding of religion and started using their brains. But most are probably hate-filled bigots by this day.

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  6. Wonderful Deepawali gift from a writer, who has time and again shown the deciet of judgement that has created the warp in our society

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  7. To me, Sikri's photo with Sonia said it all. Hindu cremation ban next move?

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  8. Some BJP walas are doing empty gimmicks like Modi spending Diwali with jawans at Kedarnath. Haj subsidy and Bakr Id sickulars are ridiculing Kedarnath nowadays.

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  9. "Maybe judges weren’t children at all."
    On the contrary, perhaps, they were the teachers' blue-eyed studious goody kids who never grew up to face life!

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  10. What a Diwali gift. It's soothing to just hear people summarize out feelings, so forcefully. I think the parliament should now bring a law that will allow judges to only adjudicate, and prevent them from making their own laws
    The clash of estates is bound to happen. Even with complete majority this gov is walking on egg shells..

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    1. Absolutely correct. In a democracy, if our gallant armed forces have to stay in barracks, then judges should stick to their proper role. Some judges are a disgrace.

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  11. Small Correction: There are many fashionable men and women who 'were' fabulous clothes. Wear not 'were'.

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    1. My guess is that Author Ravinar has used a voice-to-text software while composing these lines at least.

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    2. Or even a human interface!

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  12. We have to tell the true history of the muslim rule in India. A false narrative has been created by Marxist Historians since Independence. They are typified by DD Kosambi and Romila Thapar and these people were actively encouraged by The congress regime particularly during Indira Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru. The former was an intellectual midget and the latter harboured contempt for anything that was even remotely connected to the Hindu religion. Mughals are portrayed in our school textbooks as benovelent, secular, culturally advanced people, who civilized India, particularly the Hindus. They are portrayed as people who rescued India from cultural wilderness. Chatrapati Shivaji, who started the decline of the Mughal dynasty, is portrayed by these cultural "distortians" as a terrorist indulging in guerrilla warfare. it is time that we as parents teach our childen the truth about India's Hindu Past.

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  13. A fabulous piece on the current ruling by Supreme Court. Ban is good for black marketeers. We need sensible laws and their application. Our History needs a relook by unbiased truthful historians.

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  14. I think Mr.Ravinar has to write about Rohingya Muslims and expose the sickulars.

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  15. Two can play the game. We should also inundate SC with PIL
    1. Strict enforcement of stopping loudspeakers blaring azan mainly in Delhi so that it attracts world attention.
    2. To stop namaz on roads ( though it is in Govt jurisdiction just for the heck of it file a PIL and see what will be Lordu's reaction.
    3. To stop cruelty to animals during EID.



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  16. As usual an excellent article that provokes one to think more deeply.
    If we can look back , all our schooling days we were taught about Mughals, their greatness, love for the people etc. We were then taught about the Xtians - Jesus, Mary, Testament, Church etc. What was never taught were the great times of Bharat when rulers of various dynasties in the North & South. Rana Pratap, LaxmiBai , Ashoka, Bajirao Peshwa , Chola, Pandian, Cheran , Shivaji ..ruled. These are either fully excluded or fitted into a single page of the text book.
    Youngsters do not want to discuss about our cultural past. They are ashamed of the caste factor in Hinduism. It has been drilled into heads repeatedly that Hinduism is bad because of caste. Are there no sects in other religions? If no then why do we see so much of blood letting between the same races? Is everything very good there?
    The NGO propaganda against Hinduism is to garner more members to their dwindling numbers. India with its vast base of multicultural populace is fertile ground. Unless we as Hindus educate our near and dear ones of this intent, I fear we will be a minority in our country and will NOT enjoy any status what so ever even for a simple living. We need to guard against this possibility.

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  17. Mugals were defeated by middle of 18th century but their progeny survived to take over in 20th century and they were ably assisted by the ways of treachery and deception they learned from observing the english rulers. They succeeded in fooling people for a very long time for ever promising abolishing of poverty and their success can be gauged when we see the history they invented glorifying their ancestors is taught even today though they are no longer in power. By naming every thing around with the names of their later day dynasty they fooled masses to believe they themselves were benign rulers of this country and the myth still persists as the change of dispensation did not yet expose their perfidy. It is the system the dynasty created which still controls the narrative and issues firmans on Hindu religious matters.

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  18. Courts are wasting their time with some petty meaningless cases such as the ones mentioned by you. Instead they can take up pending ones.In any case their ruling deepen the malise rather than correcting the practise.

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  19. Existing history or re-written history, need to be told in terms of lesson learned. Britishers defeated Hindus not be valoury, but by
    a) Treacher
    b) Traitors were those sulking Hindus only
    c) Traitors were those who wanted to "capture" the throne by
    any means
    d) Hindu warriors stood for principles & straight fights
    e) Rani of Jhansi was killed by attacking from behind,
    breaking the rules of the battle / war (thanks to
    Madhavarao Scindia family ancestors)
    f) Vijayanagar empire fell due to traitors & treachery of
    Bijapur & Ahmednagar Muslim rulers & by trapping people
    g) Mughals perpetuated their rule by making friends with
    foolish Rajputs who have lots of self pride but no brains
    i.e. could not see the treachery of mughals & they went on
    to support them blindly
    h) British rule in India is perpetuated by slaverism i.e.
    creating division in the society - promoting lower class
    & pitching them against other classes. Make worker a
    security guard with high salary. A dignitary will be held
    back by this "security guard" (deliberate instructions
    given by British Lords to humiliate people) & exploit
    their psychological behavior
    i) Nehru being brought up in UK all his child/younghood life
    was the British agent, for having passed on & reporting to
    Britishers on movements of Subhash Chandra Bose for over
    07 years of after India got its independence.
    j) Nehru continued all the British policies of exploitation
    & it was continued by all subsequent fake Gandhi family
    "epitome of corruption"
    k) British royally looted India's resources, fake Gandhi
    family looted India via corruption & bribes, commission
    agents. (absolute similarity)

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  20. I am really angry with those Hindus dim witted brigade who does not understand history that 1000.00 years of slavery we suffered due to our did unity.They don't want to learn that on muslims and chrisisn issues muslims &Christians unitedly defend their rightsNo two views aboit their rights.Have any Hindus heard muslims condemning theie rbrothers terrorists?These people are not believing love jehad and SC also says there not all cases of love jehad.but we were not united on ghar vapsi episode.Did any hindu raise the voice against Soniajis cabinet having key ministers either muslims and cristians always playing against our country and hindu interest.

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  21. I shudder to think of the fate of Hindus if Catholic Rahul Gandhi comes to power.Hindus in Gujarat are behaving as if they have been honoured by Rahul G's visit to temples.Nepal,when it was a Hindu nation did not allow Sonia Gandhi to enter Pashupathinath temple in Kathmandu because she is a non-Hindu.Now Rahul enters temples with impunity.Only recently,Hindus were killed in Catholic majority Mizoram for crime of praying at a Devi temple.Rahul Gandhi visits Mizoram frequently.

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  22. Ravinar ji, wish this article educates those half wit Hindus who are still leaning towards congress. Added to this, we have our 'inside enemies' in the form of fake historians who glorify invaders as founders of India. Nowhere in the world a country worships invaders and downgrades its own heroes other than India is a matter of shame for one billion Hindus.

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  23. Another joke of how stupid our law is...theres a type of cracker known as "apatbaar" ie a small ball filled with diwali daru that u throw forcefully on the floor and it bursts...a few years back this apatbaar was banned and still is. Now no local co manufactures it cos its illegal to make sell and use. However chinese manufactured apatbaars are easily available in the market!! So is the law trying to say that locals cant manufacture while foreing cos can do it ? What happened to make in India ??!! Lol!!!
    Court orders butchering bakri for bakriid on a hsg soc terrace but bans crackers without even data! In every other legal precedent a case without data wd have been jist thrown out. As a punchback to fiberals taking legal route to attack hindu traditions..wonder what stops hindu org/bjp to do the same trick with other religion misdeeds n traditions? Take the enemy by its horn n turn the tables!! Why do we hindus do the chuppi routine n serve ourselves on the platter to be battered? Why are we so cowardly? Non united? Havent we paid heavy prices for the same in our history n still dont learn mistake? Why dont we make use of our huge numbers and unite? What Vivekanand, Savarkar, Tilak etc have been telling us all these years to get united n we still dont listen to them why arent we doing that STILL???

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  24. N one more suggestion to the fiberal gangs who rant abt wasting money n statues...stop the annual haj subsidy n use THAT money for hospitals etc...preposterous money is spent on haj subsidy that too EVERY YEAR...imagine the social charity it can do EVERY YEAR. Bjp shd stop its cowardly act n show guts n stop haj conpletely.hai dum??

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