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Thursday, October 25, 2018

Aurangzeb Alive & Kicking


The Somnath Temple in Gujarat was ravaged and looted many times over. In 1947, when it was decided to restore the temple, Sardar Patel and KM Munshi discussed it with MK Gandhi. Gandhi agreed to the idea but laid a condition that no public funds should be used for the restoration. Not a big problem that. Hindus are known to donate generously for temples. Cut to this century and you have someone like Chandrababu Naidu, Andhra CM, bragging about building 1000 mosques with your money. He has also promised to build a Grand Mosque in the new capital of Amravati.

A battle or war is waged in multiple ways. The most common one we know is a military battle with weapons or surgical strikes. Such wars are not so common now and sensible countries avoid wars at all costs. Consistent losers in such wars have now resorted to terrorism as their strategy because they cannot win a conventional war. The bigger war being waged is now political, economical and psychological. Unknown to the public, the media in India bombarded citizens with the “Taimur” nonsense to “sensitise” them to the name of a mass-murderer being a normal thing. Back then, I called it the “Taimur Psychowar”.

In the 1980s, Ronald Reagan executed a similar economical and psychological warfare against the Soviets. He strangled their economy which had failed under Brezhnev and later Mikhail Gorbachev had no option but to relent and the USSR collapsed. Reagan is not solely responsible for the downfall of USSR, it was the utter failure of the inhuman doctrine of communism that failed and that became evident to everyone everywhere. BUT, it still survives in India and there are many “useful idiots” who are still useful to Pakistan, ISI or enemies of the nation. Historically, the murderous Turks and Mughal invaders, with Islam as their guiding light, destroyed many countries and wanted to destroy India and Hinduism as well. Later on, the British continued that unfinished business. The Mughals are gone, the British are gone but there are many who continue that agenda. They cannot win a violent war or economic battle with the Hindus anymore – their greatest weapons are politics and the courts.

Aurangzeb too had his percentage share in ravaging and looting the Somnath Temple. He is long gone. There are now morons who are glorifying Aurangzeb as a great man. The agenda of this mass-murderer, destroyer of Hindu culture, traditions, temples, festivals is now carried out cleverly through the spirits of Aurangzeb through some political parties, vested interests and courts, including the Supreme Court. The SC order on Sabarimala is among the worst interferences in the practices of a Hindu temple. Hindus are not a uniform lot when it comes to religion and practice of their traditions and rituals. They are a “composite” amalgamation of thousands of deities, temples, rituals and practices unlike Islam or Christianity. Quite shamelessly, the courts have repeatedly proved that they do not have any uniformity or fairness in administering law and justice. Take serial rapist Bishop Franco:
Franco is released on bail and comes out and says, it’s a “Miracle”. For a similar crime Asaram was not given bail even though his health was not in great condition. What is different in the case of Franco? The prosecution in Kerala did not oppose his bail plea at all. This is how anti-Hindu govts work. Franco and his goons already were reported for harassing and coercing the nun to withdraw the case. And as soon as he was released, one of the key complainants and witnesses in the case, Fr. Kuriakose, is found dead in mysterious circumstances. I have absolutely no doubt he was murdered.

Bogus arrests and holding people for long years without bail is another thing the court is blind to. The cases of Sadhvi Pragya or Col. Purohit are not news to anyone anymore. Both have claimed severe torture in custody and for that itself their cases should have been quashed by the courts. But there are Aurangzebs everywhere who help the anti-Hindu cause. The Aurangzebs in Congress start it, the Aurangzebs in courts gleefully support the bogus cases.

There is a strange obsession with our judges and courts with Hindu temples, practices and rituals. They have become part of a larger Aurangzeb that politically, economically and psychologically seeks to dent Hindu culture. Sometime back, there was the case of the Shani Shingnapur temple in Maharashtra. The HC in that case allowed entry of women in the temple even when there was never a bar against such entry. Later on, the temple was taken over by the govt of Devendra Fadnavis to manage it better. Seriously? Stupid, inefficient govts that cannot run their own business properly will run temples more efficiently? As IDIOTIC as it can get! It’s not better management, it’s the economic and financial loot that politicians seek from these popular temples. One of the outcomes of the Sabarimala stupidity was that donations went down and I am certain; remove the hundis from all the major temples, Aurangzebs like Dev Fadnavis or Naidu would not be interested in running temples:
In the Sabarimala case, the SC, in all its wisdom, heard many parties, non-Hindu lawyers and even experts on the rationale behind barring entry of women of 10 to 50 age group. Surprisingly, the SC never bothered to check with mass groups of Hindu women devotees on what they thought about it. Even ordinarily, Hindu women don’t do Puja or visit temples during menstruation. On social media, many women have been protesting the petition on Sabarimala with the hashtag #ReadyToWait. Faith is not driven by mere rationale and logic. And even there, the SC is not consistent in rationale and logic as we shall see later.

The SC also grandly intervenes in stuff like height of Dahi Handi or threads used in kite-flying or Diwali crackers and even milk used in temples. Are these really the issues that a Supreme Court should be addressing? And who are the people bring such petitions to the SC? Not devotees and sometimes not even Hindus. Even so, at the most the SC should either ask them to petition the related State govt or State HC. NOTHING! SC straightaway starts ruling on such issues without relevant sense of emotions on the ground and most of these rulings are impossible to enforce:
Faith does not always follow rationale or logic. Often times, it follows Belief and Emotions. And I would emphasise that Hindu practices are far more reasonable and rational than the practices of the Desert Cults. The SC ruling on Jallikattu also had no effect. People stop respecting the SC if it acts like a tool of Aurangzebs who are against every practice and rituals of Hindu culture. The SC seems absolutely ignorant of this plot or is part of the plot. The temples that many petitions are filed against for certain practice are located in different states and have historically existed with various practices. It is understandable if an extremely unsocial practice or illegal practice is struck down. Besides, many of these temples are private trusts and not govt property. The “Right to Pray” as morons like Arnab of Republic TV blabber is not the same as “Right to entry”. Even hotels, clubs, restaurants have boards that clearly say “Right of admission reserved”. The anti-Hindus don’t speak for the deities of any temple. Therefore, it is the sworn duty of the courts and judges to speak for those who cannot speak.

The Sabarimala practice was not historically drawn to discriminate against women. Almost all temples in India allow women and there has never been a question about it. In fact, women among Hindus are bigger devotees than men. In case of Sabarimala, the very entity that forms the deity being a Celibate prevents a woman of child-bearing category to be excluded. This being a CONDITIONAL bar, does not automatically translate to a total ban on all women. The Aurangzebs want to insult and humiliate the deity, Ayyappa of Sabarimala, as one more destruction of Hindu beliefs and practices. And the SC has become a willing accomplice of Aurangzeb. Well, the dead Aurangzeb destroyed temples physically, the currently LIVING Aurangzebs are destroying the philosophy and spirit of the temples. This assault on Hindu temples and practices is not an accident – it is a definite choregraphed, orchestrated and well-funded operation.

Fortunately, many Hindus are now waking up to it and the protests at Sabarimala showed that they will brook interference in Hindu customs anymore. The pathetic filth that passes as CM of Kerala, Piniyari Vijayan, went to extreme to state that the Pujaris of Sabarimala indulge in prostitution. Like USSR, I wait for the day when Commie Pigs in India are thrown out of public life completely. Their very existence in the country is a massive heap of garbage that must be burned to the sky. In the same state of Kerala, three years ago, the SC, with the help of Amicus Curiae Gopal Subramaniam, ordered the then CAG, Vinod Rai, to audit the Padmanabha Swamy temple. Here is what turned out from that inquiry:
 
Vinod Rai reported 769 pots of gold worth 186 crores were missing. Probably STOLEN! And you think Aurangzeb is dead? No, Aurangzeb is pretty much alive and kicking and still looting temples. The SC is blind to such crimes and it is helpless in concluding a prosecution of the criminals because it has no means or power to do so. The protection of the wealth of Hindu temples is best left to Hindu management by devotees and not a “Cocktail” of Chrislamist Babus who work on such boards lately. The SC has simply become an emotional VICTIM of useless PILs and petitions that it chooses to rule on without the inherent power to enforce them over a vast population. Let us not ignore the hypocrisy of the SC itself. Seven years ago, SC pointed out that Centre changed personal laws of only Hindus. How is SC any different? They are quick to rule against Hindu practices but when it comes to Muslims, they get scared, they quickly refer it to the GOI for an “opinion”:
The SC seeks rationale and logic in behaviour when it comes to Faith and the Believers and Devotees. Let me honestly ask the SC judges – what exactly is the logic or rationale behind its latest order of firecrackers to be burst only between 8pm and 10pm? It is one the absurdist rulings that nobody is going to respect and nobody will be able to enforce. Diwali is celebrated differently in different regions. Some do a Puja and burst firecrackers in the morning, some continue into the night, some have a Hindu New Year the next day and burst crackers from 3am in the morning to celebrate. How in hell can someone keep a watch on all this? Additionally, the SC allowed crackers at midnight for Christmas and Christian New Year. Has the SC ever asked for proof of Jesus being born on the midnight of December 25? No! Even Vatican priests laugh at the idea of Jesus being born at midnight on December 25, they say it’s all just nonsense to keep the Faithful indulged. I have a record of such a Vatican priest too.

The SC even entertains bail pleas directly – PC, KartiPC, Teesta, Tharoor and some more. Where in the world does an SC directly entertain bail pleas? Are the lower courts so incompetent that SC has to hear bail pleas DIRECTLY? To summarise, the more I see it, the more I see Aurangzebs in different formats still attacking Hindus and temples. They are in NGOs, in politics, in Govt, in Judiciary and everywhere. Even PM Modi had aided them with the nonsense of “Ek haath Guran, Ek haath Phantom”. Fortunately, he has stopped this chant for quite some time now. And given that Hindus are now more aware, more defiant of attacks on their culture, I am hopeful Aurangzeb will die a more gory death than he did last time.

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Stinking Creek


Believe it or not, there is a town called “Duck”. There is a town called “Toad Suck”. There is a town called “Why”. There is a town called “Santa Claus”. And there are many more. And there is a town called “Tweebuffelsmeteenskootmorsdoodgeskietfontein” and there is also “Taumatawhakatangi­hangakoauauotamatea­turipukakapikimaunga­horonukupokaiwhen­uakitanatahu” which happens to be the longest name for a town in the world. And then, there is a town called “Malice” (a famous song) which doesn’t exist on any map but it’s a tiny street township in Poland. But the biggest town of fraud, malice, sex maniacs, extortionists is in the world of our Fiberals – media, Bollywood, Lutyens, politics. And I call them the Stinking Creek. Creek – because they are the narrowest stretch of immoral humans.

Lately, dozens of sex perverts have been tumbling out of their cupboards. Those who claimed to be champions of women’s Rights, freedoms, choices and feminism are turning out to be the biggest exploiters of women. It all started with one woman talking about experiences with AIB (a comic group called AllIndiaBakchodi) which has now turned into an avalanche. These sex perverts peddled the most vulgar comedy it seems. I don’t have a problem with vulgar comedy, there are audiences for everything in the world. People choose what they want to watch. But seems it didn’t stop there, the founders of the AIB and some members started “sexploiting” innocent young girls and women. This is straight out of an American prostitution-mafia in a relatively softer manner. The AIB founders have since quit and issued a statement too:
 
This AIB is just the tip of the iceberg. I have not only been associated in some form in the past with the news media but I have observed the behaviour of the topmost managers at various times. From editors to senior journalists, there are many who are predators. If Bollywood has a “Casting Couch”, the media has one too. And don’t exclude the advertising industry from the media because the term “media” originally referred to the advertising industry and then came to encompass all other associated industries. Every major media house is filled with sex perverts. The latest one to bite the dust is Prashant Jha of Hindustan Times:
Prashant Jha is reported to have sexually harassed a reporter called Avantika Mehta. In September, Tanushree Dutta, a former Bollywood average actress came up with allegations against film personalities Vivek Agnihotri and Nana Patekar. Surprisingly, her last movie was in 2010 and the incidents she claimed seem to have happened around 2008 during the shooting of some movie. Apparently, she came all the way to India from the US, where she now stays, to make these disclosures. Naturally, everyone has to wonder why now. After such a long time, it would neither be easy to believe her nor would it be possible to prosecute anyone for it. She went on a media-yatra blabbering on all TV channels about how she was harassed. Her main target was Agnihotri who has recently achieved some prominence with his “Urban Naxal” stories. After much goading and ridicule, Dutta finally filed a FIR against Patekar. From his side, Patekar too seems to have sent some legal notice for defamation to her.

When the incidents that Tanushree claims to have happened, she did nothing. Why? Because she was in business and did not want to risk it. It is only about a decade later and out of business, that “honour” seems to have sprung a leak and popped up in her face. Many of the women in media (that includes news media, Bollywood and advertising industry) gladly suffer nonsense from some men when they are busy seeking money, glamour and popularity. When the shine goes off, it seems they are left with a guilt of what they should not have done. Take a look at this pervert Siddharth Bhatia. He is another of those vile beasts that lecture people on how and why male perverts should be treated as good as rapists. He tweeted his sermon on October 6 and one day later, it turns out he is one of those “Dark underbelly” beasts too:
When the Tarun Tejpal incident happened, most of his media friends were slyly defending him and trashing his victim. In the case of that Nobel prize winner, RK Pachauri, too the media did their best to cover up his crimes. It was a brave woman that could take on the might of RK Pachauri. These perverts and flesh-eaters abound in every media house and in every Lutyens outfit. And many in the media are bed-mates of politicians in return for a juicy story or gossip or leaks or favours for loans, houses, vehicles and so on.

Some years back, Sunetra Chaudhary of NDTV narrated an incident of sexual harassment with a politician. She even wrote a whole article in DNA about this “Pervy Politician”. It ended there. Neither she nor NDTV wanted to expose the politician and make him pay a price. But what exactly is the PRICE? The price is a troubled NDTV struggling to survive and wants to survive no matter what – even if your employee’s honour is treated like one of an “available escort”. You see, the lipstick, glamour and all the shine of a public life lures many a girl and woman into these dark alleys and they don’t mind being gently “sexploited” if it gets them more money and fame. Conscience seems to strike only when they encounter failure and don’t reach the dizzying heights they aimed for. In every party that the media houses throw, there is always someone who is gently fondling or molesting some woman in a shady corner or in a corridor. Getting drunk or getting high on drugs is not unusual at these parties.

This is the “Liberal life” as they claim – “My life, My rules” and what not. And then there are those daring women like Deepika Padukone who scream (when reported about excessively revealing cleavage) “I have breasts and a cleavage; do you have a problem”? Well it would be sort of unusual if a woman did not have breasts and a cleavage. When this kind of assertion comes from a celebrity, many young girls take it as sign that showing their breasts and cleavage in public is a sign of liberation and assertion of their freedoms.

What happens is, most of these youngsters don’t make it to the top like Deepika but they get exploited by sex perverts in the media or entertainment businesses. Deepika Padukone can get away even if she bares her breasts. The media would applaud it as great courage. But when newbies and young girls enamoured by such acts try it, they fall victim to the predators. Such men see a little bit of cleavage or revealing clothing as a signboard saying “I am available, if you have the guts”. So, they get macho and try to exploit such women.

Take the case of actor Sanjay Dutt. It seems his recent biopic revealed that he had bedded over 300 women. That would probably have been before he was sent to jail. Considering he was around age 45 or so at that time and from around age 17 to 45 is 28 years, that makes an average of over 10 new women he had sex with every single year. There is a psychological lure even with women to seek the poison from men who seemed daring and extremely liberal on this. If I sound too far-fetched, you should look up on how women sought attention from MK Gandhi.
 
For a long time, the sexual escapades and experiments of Gandhi were brushed under the carpet. Most of it remained hush-hush. Why? It has become a culture right from Gandhi down to the next guy in media – The one in supreme authority can have all the women he wants for all the experiments and adventures he wants. I see absolutely nothing spiritual about MKG’s experiments of “Brahmacharya”. Why is it that MKG can get away by using women as “Guinea pigs” for his sexual experiments? Why doesn’t the media or politicians call it like it is? For the same reason Tejpal claimed “Penance” as the solution to his sexcapade.

Take a good look at all the media men from Prashant Jha to Siddharth Bhatia to Tarun Tejpal or any other editor. If you dig deep enough, you may end up finding almost all of them are natural perverts. Shekhar Gupta, the wheeler-dealer of Lutyens and the current Head of that useless organisation called Editors Guild has absolutely nothing to say about all these incidents involving his peers. Nothing! Instead, he wants to ridicule Sabari Malai Ayappa temple with menstruating-women tweets. There is not one single major media house that does not have many sex perverts. There is not one major media house that does not exploit women. In many cases the women too have been willing accomplices or partners. The whole thing stinks. The reason being, journalism requires the least amount of talent and skill. And anyone with a little bit of flair and good looks is preferred and becomes a victim. And all of them stink to high hell.

And yes, there is indeed a town called Stinking Creek. It got its name owing to the naturally bad odour from the stream around it from sulphur springs. I find it quite appropriate for our media that stinks to high hell which has become nature to it.