Saturday, December 26, 2009

Demand to award the death sntence to SPS Rathore IMMEDIATELY

SPS Rathore is guilty of the following crimes:
1. Killing Ruchika Girhotra by actively persecuting her and her family until she was forced into committing suicide. Her death was caused by Rathore's actions, and hence he is guilty of murdering her.

2. Persecution and torture of Ruchika's brother.

3. Persecution of the rest of Ruchika's family by misusing his powers as a police official, causing Ruchika's family to have to live in hiding -- like hunted animals -- for 20 years. This utterly destroyed their lives.

4. Sexual assault of Ruchika Girhotra.

5. Damaging India's reputation in the international community. Mother India hangs her head in shame because of beimaan animals like this one. Articles like this one published in BBC and read by everyone on the planet who can read causes every single Indian everywhere to feel ashamed of their Motherland. India is a country to be proud of, and those who bring shame upon her through their actions deserve the STRICTEST punishment. One thousand death sentences would not be sufficient punishment for the amount of damage this person has done.

The judge who was callous enough to award just a $20 (Rs 1000) fine and only 6 months' imprisonment cannot serve on the Judiciary of a country like India. He MUST be DISMISSED IMMEDIATELY WITHOUT PENSION OR ANY BENEFITS. It does not matter how hard it is to fire a sitting Judge, and that too without pension and benefits. JUST DO IT. It is the RIGHT THING TO DO. A complete moron like this Judge simply cannot be allowed to sit in the Indian Judicial System and corrupt it. Make an example out of this idiot who apparently thinks that a Rs 1000 fine and 6 months' imprisonment is reasonable punishment for the heinous crimes committed by SPS Rathore. Also impose a fine of Rs Ten Crore on him, and send him to jail for twenty years for having made a mockery of the Indian Judicial system. I am guessing that he received a bribe of a few Crore rupees to deliver this stupid verdict, so the fine would take back the money he did not deserve. And living in prison for twenty years would help him understand just how long Ruchika's family suffered. This will then be a warning to the other bad apples in the Indian Judiciary who sabotage the system and harm the country to line their own pockets.

SPS Rathore is a murderer (he killed Ruchika through his deliberate actions of persecuting her and her family) and an ENEMY OF INDIA. He MUST be SENTENCED TO DEATH IMMEDIATELY.

The sentence MUST BE CARRIED OUT WITHIN ONE MONTH, i.e. on or before the next Republic Day Jan 26 2010.

If not, those responsible for protecting this beimaan animal and continuing to being shame upon our Mother India will be all eventually hunted down and FINISHED. Enemies of India, know this: you can run, but you cannot hide. We the People will hunt you down and give you the Justice you deserve.

SPS Rathore is a most vile sort of criminal. There are two types of criminals:
1. Poor people who commit crime (eg. steal money, or ask forbribes) because they are hungry, or their parents need expensive medical care, or something like that. This cannot be condoned because poverty is NO EXCUSE FOR CRIME, but in the eyes of God a person who steals money to feed his son or daughter deserves some understanding and compassion.

2. The second type of criminal are the vile sort, like SPS Rathore. SPS Rathore did not commit crimes to help anyone. By sexually assaulting Ruchika, persecuting her and her family, torturing her brother, he was not trying to help his sick mother get treatment or send his son or daughter to a good school. He committed a pure crime that benefited no one and served no purpose except to satisfy his vile animal sexual urges to violate a beautiful young innocent girl.

He therefore deserves a most exemplary punishment.

On top of that, he has committed the even greater crime of making a mockery of the entire judicial system of India by preventing his case from getting decided for 20 years. For TWENTY YEARS, he actively sabotaged the Judicial System of India, just for his personal benefit (avoiding Justice).

He deserves absolutely no mercy. The family of Ruchika Girhotra and the People of India have allowed TWENTY YEARS for the Legal Framework and the Judicial System to do its job.

If that Judicial System fails, the only option left is for the People of India to directly serve Justice. That would involve hunting down and finishing off this vile animal SPS Rathore, and ANYONE and EVERYONE who helped him escape Justice for TWENTY YEARS.

That would not be a pretty situation. In the name of God, We the People of India sincerely advise the authorities to rectify the situation before it REALLY GETS OUT OF HAND.

The only way to rectify the situation now is to award the DEATH PENALTY to SPS Rathore, and to carry it out WITHIN ONE MONTH, i.e. before the next Republic Day Jan 26 2010.

Don't you dare make excuses like "he will have to await his turn at the death row", like the excuses you have been making to avoid having to execute Afzal Guru. These excuses are an insult to the collective intelligence of the country. No one believes that it takes years to hang the people on death row. Hanging a convicted criminal that has already been sentenced to death can be done in 5 minutes or less. In France during the French Revolution the common people managed to be pretty efficient about executing enemies of the People. Don't force the People of India to do the same. We like to be peaceful. But we have finite patience and our tolerance has limits.

If this had happened in any other country -- USA, UK, or any other country -- this vile animal SPS Rathore would have been gunned down by now. The People of India have displayed remarkable civility and respect and trust in the legal system in that no one has yet taken the law in his own hands. But do not take this for granted. Our patience is running low and we will run out at some point if you keep trying our patience.

[Of course, something like this would not have happened in the USA or UK in the first place. Those countries have the RULE OF LAW. Nobody is above the law. In India all these slimy politicians and police goondas think that they are above the law. They have gotten away for too long, but the time has finally come to stop this.]

We do not care how well-connected SPS Rathore his. It does not matter whose uncle his uncle knows. Unless you want to join him in facing the collective anger of the entire nation, execute him and rid Mother India of the shame of having given birth to a piece of sh*t like this.

Let this also be a warning to any other animals that may be lurking in our society. The punishment for attacking an Indian girl is DEATH.

One more point, for all police officials, ministers, Government secretaries, and such like: We the People of India pay taxes from which the Government pays your salaries and expenses. You WORK FOR US. We pay you to do your job -- and that job is to maintain law and order, and bring criminals to justice. We the People are your Boss, because WE PAY YOUR SALARY. Remember that. If you continue to forget that, and act like goondas preying upon the law-abiding citizens and tax-payers while making friends and doing "business" (crime) with the criminals, the result will ultimately not be good for you. We the People are running out of patience and tolerance.

Know one thing about Hindus: we are peaceful and peace-loving, but that is by choice. We are highly civilized and like to avoid violence. Violence befits less evolved and less intelligent creatures -- like animals. But we are not incapable of violence. We are not weak. On the contrary, we are actually very strong. We can shake the earth, crush the mountains, and completely annihilate any enemy if we are forced to use violence. Do not force that to happen. Do not abuse our desire for peace and our great tolerance. This advice is for your own good.

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Monday, December 07, 2009

Obama Seems Serious About Fighting Radical Islamic Terrorism

As I have said before many times, the United States under President Reagan did not realize just how dangerous the Radical Islamic terrorist ideology is when they unlocked the monster from the bottle by funding Osama bin Laden and other mujahideens to fight against the Soviet Union in Afghanistan in the period 1979-1989.

Subsequently President Clinton and the senior President Bush winked at Pakistani terrorism against India in Jammu and Kashmir, refusing repeatedly to add Pakistan to the US list of terrorist countries (to which countries such as Libya, Sudan, Iran, etc had been added, but not Pakistan, which had killed hundreds of thousands of people in Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir using terrorism as an instrument of state policy against India). The reason for this is: US foreign policy under Clinton and the senior Bush was about making money and getting deals; not about upholding moral principles -- such as the prevention of Genocide of the Kashmiri Pandit Hindu minority community -- that got wiped out of Kashmir by Pakistani terrorists under the watch of President Clinton, while he was busy having fun with Monica Lewinsky in the Oval Office.

The junior President Bush was the first American President who realized that Radical Islamic terrorism is not a matter of joke. It is deadly serious. This is something we Indians had been trying to explain to Americans under Clinton and senior Bush for 11 years -- from 1989 to 2000.

1989 is when the Soviet Union withdrew from Afghanistan. Pakistan immediately sent the Radical Islamic terrorists from Afghanistan to Kashmir. Terrorist attacks in Kashmir went through the roof. Every day hundreds of Kashmiri Pandits would be killed, women raped, children killed brutally, with Arabic threats and Koranic verses (about how to treat infidels) inscribed in blood on their skin while they were still alive.

The senior President Bush ignored this for 3 years -- from 1989 to 1992. He was busy fighting the Iraq War for part of this time. Still, that is not an excuse for ignoring Genocide. President Clinton ignored this for 8 years -- smilingly winking at Pakistan and pretending to India that he just can't see the evidence that Pakistan is behind all these terrorist attacks.

Even the junior President Bush was a hypocrite par excellence when it came to seeing the pain inflicted on innocent Indians in hundreds of terrorist attacks by his ISI sidekicks of his pal Musharraf.

The junior Bush also conned his country into going to war against Sadam Hussein in Iraq, even though there was no connection between Iraq and Al Qaeda at that time. He neglected the war in Afghanistan for 8 years and allowed Osama bin Laden to make a career out of making home videos and putting them up on the internet from his safe house in Islamabad and Rawalpindi, protected by the ISI and the Pakistani Army.

The junior Bush was perhaps mentally challenged, but it has hard to believe that he could really be dumb enough to not see through Musharraf's trick of repeatedly arresting and releasing the same people (never convicting anyone) and making a huge show of it in a pitifully transparent attempt to show that he was "fighting against Terror." In reality Musharraf was allowing Radical Islamic terrorist leaders like Sheikh Omar, Dawood Ibrahim, Maulana Masood Azhar, etc to live in their own houses in Islamabad or Rawalpindi, and make hate speeches, raise money for Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Muhammad, Al Qaeda, Pakistani and Afghan Taliban, etc and other terrorist organizations, run training camps for their terrorist foot-soldiers, and plan and carry out numerous attacks in India, UK, Spain, and several other countries. The junior Bush reacted strongly whenever some plot against the US or UK was uncovered. But in a clear show or racism and double standards, he turned a blind eye to the terror attacks when the victims were Indian. India even provided him with the names, addresses, and phone numbers of Pakistani terrorist leaders sitting safely in Islamabad and Rawalpindi and plotting attacks against India. The junior Bush did nothing. None of those terrorist leaders -- people like Maulana Masood Azhar, Dawood Ibrahim, Sheikh Omar, etc -- were extradited to India to stand trial, and not even to American prisons, because their targets had been Indian, not Americans or Britishers. This kind of blatant racism and double standards was certain to defeat the efforts of Civilized sections of Humanity to defeat the scourge of Radical Islamic terrorism.

Note that India was unable to finish the Pakistan-sponsored terrorists because America constantly requested India to avoid "raising tensions". This was the height of racist hypocrisy and double standards: when America is attacked she can go to war, but when India is attacked, hundreds of Indian men women and children brutally killed and thousands maimed in new attacks twice a month -- repeatedly -- again and again and again -- she must stay put and avoid "raising tensions".

President Obama, however, seems to be made of different stuff. He seems to be an honest and upright human being; not a slimy politician.

From the very beginning of his Presidential campaign, Obama had focused his attention on Pakistan. He boldly said "if we know that Al Qaeda and Taliban leaders are in Pakistan and the Pakistani authorities are not taking action against them, then we will go into Pakistan and finish the job ourselves."

Obama is not "all talk and no action" like so many others have been before him. He increased the number of soldiers in Afghanistan from 50,000 to 70,000 soon after he became President. And just recently, he decided to send an additional 30,000 US soldiers there, taking the total number of US soldiers in Afghanistan to over 100,000 -- double the number it had been before he became President.

Last week, a report appeared in the Times of India that Obama has sent his National Security Adviser General James L. Jones to Islamabad with a hand-delivered letter from Obama saying that if Pakistan does not act against Radical Islamic terrorists operating from Pakistani territory, then the US itself will take action against them.

The text of the TOI article, saved for future reference, is as follows:

Stop using insurgents as strategic tool: Obama to Pak
PTI 30 November 2009, 04:36pm IST

WASHINGTON: In a stern message to Pakistan, the United States has asked it to shed its policy of "using insurgents" like LeT as a strategic tool and warned that if it cannot deliver against terrorists, the US may be impelled to use "any means" at its disposal.

The message, which has been conveyed in a letter from US President Barack Obama to his Pakistani counterpart Asif Ali Zardari, also includes an offer by him to try to "reduce tensions" between India and Pakistan, media reported here.

The two-page letter, hand-delivered by National Security Adviser General (retd) James Jones when he visited Islamabad early this month, offers Pakistan enhancement of strategic partnership if they act as wished by the US, besides additional military and economic aid.

In his letter, Obama has also warned Pakistan that its use of insurgent groups for policy goals "cannot continue" and called for closer collaboration against all extremist groups.

He named five such groups - al-Qaida, the Afghan Taliban, the Haqqani network, Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Tehrik-e-Taliban.

"Using vague diplomatic language, he said that ambiguity in Pakistan's relationship with any of them could no longer be ignored," the Washington Post reported.

Jones did some straight-talking with the top Pakistani leadership, the daily said. "If Pakistan cannot deliver, he warned, the US may be impelled to use any means at its disposal to rout insurgents based along Pakistan's western and southern borders with Afghanistan."

When I saw this article, I was very dismissive. I suspected the US was again playing its old game of adopting double standards, and pretending to do something, and instead doing nothing. I had cause to be suspicious: a hand-delivered letter? Nobody except Obama, Jones the courier, and the recipient Zardari of Pakistan would know what the letter says. How does Times of India know what the letter says? America can easily write a letter saying "Happy Birthday" to Zardari, and tell India that the letter said something else: that USA would take action against Radical Islamic terrorists in Pakistan. None of the US newspapers or TV channels, or BBC etc said anything about this letter. Only Times of India is jumping up and down about this so-called letter.

But today the New York Times has published this article confirming the story. This article leads me to believe that Obama is serious about fighting Radical Islamic terrorism. Obama also seems to be a believer in the concept of Humanity, and of the Global Family and Fraternity/Sorority of civilized men and women, and not narrow-minded about race, in the way President Bush junior clearly was (he didn't care about Indians dying in terror attacks).

I have quoted a relevant excerpt from the article as follows for future reference:

Administration Presses Pakistan to Fight Taliban

Published: December 7, 2009

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is turning up the pressure on Pakistan to fight the Taliban inside its borders, warning that if it does not act more aggressively the United States will use considerably more force on the Pakistani side of the border to shut down Taliban attacks on American forces in Afghanistan, American and Pakistani officials said.

The blunt message was delivered in a tense encounter in Pakistan last month, before President Obama announced his new war strategy, when Gen. James L. Jones, Mr. Obama’s national security adviser, and John O. Brennan, the White House counterterrorism chief, met with the heads of Pakistan’s military and its intelligence service.

United States officials said the message did not amount to an ultimatum, but rather it was intended to prod a reluctant Pakistani military to go after Taliban insurgents in Pakistan who are directing attacks in Afghanistan.

For their part the Pakistanis interpreted the message as a fairly bald warning that unless Pakistan moved quickly to act against two Taliban groups they have so far refused to attack, the United States was prepared to take unilateral action to expand Predator drone attacks beyond the tribal areas and, if needed, to resume raids by Special Operations forces into the country against Al Qaeda and Taliban leaders.

One senior administration official, when asked about the encounter, declined to go into details. But he added quickly, “I think they read our intentions accurately.”

A Pakistani official who has been briefed on the meetings said, “Jones’s message was if that Pakistani help wasn’t forthcoming, the United States would have to do it themselves.”

American commanders said earlier this year that they were considering expanding drone strikes in Pakistan’s lawless tribal areas, but General Jones’s comments marked the first time that the United States bluntly told Pakistan it would have to choose between leading attacks against the insurgents inside the country’s borders or stepping aside to let the Americans do it.

The recent security demands followed an offer of a broader strategic relationship and expanded intelligence sharing and nonmilitary economic aid from the United States. Pakistan’s politically weakened president, Asif Ali Zardari, replied in writing to a two-page letter that General Jones delivered from Mr. Obama. But Mr. Zardari gave no indication of how Pakistan would respond to the incentives, which were linked to the demands for greatly stepped-up counterterrorism actions.

“We’ve offered them a strategic choice,” one administration official said, describing the private communications. “And we’ve heard back almost nothing.”

Another administration official said, “Our patience is wearing thin.”


During his intensive review of Pakistan and Afghanistan strategy, officials say, Mr. Obama concluded that no amount of additional troops in Afghanistan would succeed in their new mission if the Taliban could retreat over the Pakistani border to regroup and resupply. But the administration has said little about the Pakistani part of the strategy.

“We concluded early on that whatever you do with Pakistan, you don’t want to talk about it much,” one of the president’s senior aides said last week. “All it does is get backs up in Islamabad.”


Publicly, senior American officials and commanders take note of that concern. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton arrived in Pakistan in late October with offers of a strategic partnership. But General Jones followed Mrs. Clinton two weeks later carrying more sticks than carrots, American officials said.

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Sunday, August 09, 2009

Pakistan may be using US money to complete the long-delayed Punjabi conquests of NWFP, FATA and Balochistan

The North West Frontier Province (NWFP), Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA), and Balochistan which are shown as a part of Pakistan in world maps, were originally parts of Afghanistan that were annexed by the British Empire in the late 1800's soon after the Durand Line was drawn. These sparsely-populated areas (with only 1 to 6.5 million people each) are the home of various Afghan, Pashtun, and Baloch tribes that were led by Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (Frontier Gandhi) of NWFP in the Freedom Struggle and in 1947 voted to join secular India, not the Islamic state of Pakistan. However, since densely-populated (with hundreds of millions of people) Pakistani Punjab separated them geographically from India, they were not allowed to join India and were recognized by the international community as being part of Pakistan.

However, the proud and independent people of these areas have never allowed the Pakistani-Punjabi-dominated Pak Army and the Pak Government to rule over them. Even after 60 years of being "part of Pakistan", there are vast swathes of territory where no Pakistani Punjabi Government agent has ever set foot.

For over 60 years, the the 6.5 million Balochs of Balochistan have been fighting with the 100 million-plus populated Pakistani Punjab for independence from Pakistan.

(The other populous province of Pakistan, Sindh, is Shia-majority; while Pakistani Punjab is Sunni-majority. The Sunni Punjabis completely dominate the Pakistani Army and have controlled Pakistan for the major part of time since 1947. The Shia Sindhis support the Pakistan People's Party of the assassinated leader Benazir Bhutto whose father Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was removed from power and hanged in a jail cell by the Sunni Punjabi Pak Army; Benazir herself was removed from power by the Paki Army and forced to flee the country several times after winning elections, lived in exile outside Pakistan for the most part of her political career, and was assassinated by the Sunni Punjabi Al Qaeda with the help of the Sunni Punjabi ISI and Paki Army after she returned to Pakistan.)

Currently Pakistan is ostensibly ruled by late Benazir's husband Asif Ali Zardari who is the leader of Sindhi Shia PPP (Pakistan People's Party). However, Zardari has no real power and spends almost all his time and effort barely struggling to ensure his own survival (the way Benazir was not able to ensure her own, having fallen to Al Qaeda's Sunni Punjabi bullets). The Pakistani Army and the ISI, which are controlled by Pakistani-Punjabi Sunni religious fanatics, is effectively in control of all "anti-terrorist" operations in Pakistan, as the Shia-dominated Paki Government of Asif Ali Zardari has no real power.

(I say "Pakistani Punjab" to distinguish it from the Punjab province of India, which is home to India's Punjabi Hindu and Sikh community. In 1947, as a part of the Partition of India, half of undivided Punjab was claimed as part of Pakistan by the Pakistani Punjabi Moslem followers of the genocidal fanatic Mohammed Ali Jinnah, and all Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs, Jains, Christians, Jews, Ahmadiyyas, Sufis, Parsis, etc were killed or forced to flee to India as refugees.)

In 1948, some tribes from some parts of NWFP (Chitral in particular), along with and supported by the Pakistani Army attacked Kashmir, committed rape, pillage and murder of genocidal proportions against the Kahsmiri Hindu and Sufi community, and were able to conquer part of Kashmir for Pakistan.

This shows that all the people of NWFP were not peace-loving secular followers of "Frontier Gandhi" Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan; some of them were blood-thirsty rabid and genocidal maniacs.

Those sorts of people would readily give shelter to Osama bin Laden and his Al Qaeda gang.

However, the Pakistani Army is not fighting those tribes in NWFP.

It is instead using money and arms given by the US to instead fight the Balochs, and the non-Al-Qaeda-affiliated peace-loving secular Pashtuns of NWFP and FATA (and reporting that it has killed 100 to 700 "terrorists" every day, when those "terrorists" of NWFP and FATA are actually peace-loving secular Pakhtuns who wanted to join secular India instead of Moslem Pakistan in 1947 and are still refusing to accept the rule of Pakistani-Punjabi Sunni religious fanatics.)

Will Barack Obama and his advisers see through this scam? The Pakistani Army and ISI under Pervez Musharraf took Bush for a ride, and the Paki Army and ISI under Ashfaq Pervez Kayani is now taking Obama for a ride.

The US Army or Special Forces are not allowed on the ground in Pakistan because US spies on the ground would interrogate captured Balochs/Pashtuns and figure out that they hate Al Qaeda and Pakistan. That Pakistan IS Al Qaeda.

Pakistan allows US drones to operate out of its own territory because:
1. drones can never find out that Balochs and the Pashtuns Pak Army is fighting are not Al Qaeda (like US spies, interrogators, and soldiers on the ground would), and
2. having the drones operate out of Pakistan allows them to have some control on the operation. They know when the drones fly in or out. They supply the intel from the ground. It's almost too easy. The Pakis just point to some random building or cave and say that they have "intel" that it contains some top bin Laden aide. After the drone makes the hit, the Pakis on the ground have ample time to set up the bodies, take pictures, DNA samples, etc to give to the US.

Then they tell the US that that guy is dead. And then he works undercover, totally safe (because nobody tries to kill a man if they think he's already dead) until he makes a mistake and shows up alive. Then the Pakis say "Oops... we must have made a mistake. Sorry Sir. Won't happen again."

Do you remember how many times the US declared that it had killed the same "top bin Laden aide" and "top Al Qaeda bomb maker" Abu Ubaida al-Masri? Here's an article on how the CIA killed him twice:

Bin Laden himself was declared dead so many times that I have lost count. Every time Musharraf (and now Kayani) wanted some more money from Bush (now Obama) he'd declare a couple more "top Al Qaeda operatives" dead. If Bush had a penny for each time he was fooled and swindled by Musharraf he'd be richer than Warren Buffett and Bill Gates put together.

Will Obama be smart enough to avoid the same traps? I sure hope so. But so far, the situation does not look good. Paki Army under Kayani is seemingly doing very well in the same games Musharraf played so successflly with Bush.

Using US tax-payer funds to complete the conquest of the anti-Pakistan secular Pashtuns of NWFP, FATA, and the Balochs of Balochistan, by hoodwinking the US into thinking that it's fighting Al Qaeda terrorists.

We Indians have dealt with the wily Sunni Radical Islamists for 1000 years, and survived 1000 years of genocide under the "rule" of Radical Islamic mass-murderers the likes of which cannot even be imagined in the worst of nightmares (Allauddin Khiljee, Taimur Lang, Babur, Nadir Shah, Mahmood of Ghazni, Mohammed Ghauri, Mohammed bin Tughlaq, Aurangzeb, to name a few; each of whom have killed more people than Stalin Mao and Hitler put together, and in even more horrible and inhuman ways -- yes I know that is hard to believe, knowing the inhuman ideas cooked up by Hitler et. al.). Since 1947, we have dealt with the wily Paki Army and ISI (funded and armed by China, USA, and Saudi Arabia) for 62 years. Believe me, Obama, I know what I am talking about. You can believe this now, or trust Kayani like Bush trusted Musharraf, and find out years later how he made a fool of you.

If Bush meets Musharraf now, I wonder what he would say.

Yo are much smarter than Bush, Obama. I feel optimistic that you will not lose the game like Bush pitifully did.

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Sunday, February 15, 2009

What happened to the families of the latest Mumbai attack victims?

How many of us know how the family of the valiant policeman Tukaram Gopal Ombale is doing after losing their sole breadwinner?

Ombale was the policeman who held on to the Pakistani terrorist Kasab even as Kasab pumped bullets into him trying to make him let go so he could escape.

Did Ombale have a wife? Any children? Old and infirm parents? Other relatives who depended upon him? What is happening to them now that he is no more?

What about the 250+ other people who died in the attack?

For most Indians the memory of the Nov 2008 Mumbai massacre is already a distant blur.

The Government of India is playing diplomatic games with the Pakistani Government and thinks it is doing a great job by simply getting Pakistan to grudgingly admit, 3 months after the attacks, that some Pakistanis may have been involved.

This is not a great job. This is a pathetic job. Getting the enemy to simply say what the whole world already knows, and that too after 3 months, is a horrible performance.

Not a single terrorist sitting in Islamabad feels threatened by Indian Government's stupid and muddled diplomatic efforts.

Terrorist attacks against Indians will stop only when Indian "leaders" are held responsible for their fundamental job: ensuring the safety and security of ordinary Indians.

When the next terror attack occurs, will the UPA politicians and their relatives sit in their houses safe and sound, guarded by Black Cat commandos we pay for with our tax money, and watch us get killed again?

Will we continue to sit back and let this continue?

Or should the Government feel afraid? Feel very afraid? That we will pull them down onto the street and deliver Justice if they fail to do their job (protecting us) once again?

Nobody forced Manmohan Singh or Sonia Maino or Lallu Prasad or Arjun Singh to get into the Government. They volunteered. They are using their position to steal money and fatten their pockets, instead of focusing all their time and attention on their primary responsibility: maintaining law and order, and keeping Indian citizens safe and secure. Instead of using laws like TADA and POTA to fight Moslem terrorists, they removed those laws to indulge in Moslem vote bank politics.

If one more attack occurs and ordinary Indian citizens die again, the UPA Government must be held responsible and Justice must be delivered. Being negligent and careless about maintaining national security, and repeatedly allowing citizens to die simply for vote bank politics, amounts to treason against the nation. The punishment for treason is well-known.

Too many people have died for too long. The Government takes security as a joke. This cannot continue forever.

Manmohan Singh, Sonia Maino, Arjun Singh, Lallu Prasad: You are being warned.

Do your job with careful attention. Stop Moslem vote bank politics. Bring back tough anti-terror laws like TADA and POTA immediately and fight Islamic terror with any and all methods available.

You must keep ordinary Indian citizens safe from terror attacks from now onwards. If not, you will regret the consequences, very much.

If you cannot do your job (keeping citizens safe), then resign from the Government. We will find others, who are more capable than you (and will spend less time stealing money and more time running the Government), who can do your job better.

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Sunday, February 24, 2008

Raj Thackeray is an Enemy of Hinduism India and Humanity

Some years back, Raj Thackeray (loser nephew of the patriotic and loyal son of India, Balasaheb "Bal" Thackeray, head of the Shiv Sena) started a long and un-ending quarrel with his uncle and cousins. Bal Thackeray forgave him many times, but finally got tired of his antics and kicked him out of the Shiv Sena. Then Raj started a useless party called Maharashtra Navanirman Sena (MNS). He thought that because he also was a Thackeray like his uncle Bal, he could become just as successful in politics (in spite of being a complete idiot and having no morals or principles, unlike his uncle who is both intelligent and has solid values and principles).

But Raj the Loser is a shame on the Thackeray name; he is no Thackeray. His party went nowhere.

Then, some MLA's of Bihar shouted "Go Back to Maharashtra" while a Marathi politician was giving a speech in the Bihar Assembly.

Raj the Loser heard of this incident in Bihar and thought he could gain some political mileage out of this by playing up the "Marathi son of the soil" sentiment.

So he and his people started rioting against poor hard-working Hindus from Bihar and UP who have come to Maharashtra to work as labourers in building construction (nava nirman) projects in big cities like Mumbai and Pune.

In less than a month, more than 35,000 poor and hard-working Hindus from Bihar and UP have left their low-paying back-breaking jobs and only source of livelihood in fear of their lives. On cramped trains, with hungry bellies and hopeless eyes, they are returning home to poor villages in Bihar and UP, where their starving wives and children are waiting, hoping they will return alive.

Since there are not enough jobs for them in Bihar or UP, nNow they will probably have to sell whatever they have or take a loan from a money-lender to pay a tout from Saudi Arabia or Dubai or Qatar to get a low-paying construction job in the Middle East, where they will live like animals and work like slaves so that the oil-sheikhs in the Gulf can live in palatial houses built by Hindu slave labour paid a mere pittance, a hundred-billionth percentage of their oil wealth for a lifetime of back-breaking labour.

India has severe infrastructure problems, we need to construct more roads and buildings, and at the same time we (Raj and his followers) are driving away Bihari workers from construction projects in Mumbai so that they are forced to starve, or leave the country and work like slaves in the Middle East so that their starving children may have a few morsels of food in their bellies once a day.

Should these poor Hindus from Bihar and UP have had to pay this price for the "insult" done to the Marathi politician by the Bihari MLA's?

Politicians insult each other all the time. Now we the poor common people of India are supposed to be targeted by politicians of other states if "leaders" of our own respective states hurt each others egos?

Raj Thackeray is an Enemy of Hinduism, an Enemy of every single Hindu, and an Enemy of India. He must be tried for High Crimes and Treason for trying to damage India's national unity and integrity by trying to make Hindus -- sons and daughters of India -- from Bihar UP and Maharashtra see each other as enemies. He must also be tried for Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity for trying to destroy the lives of 2 million poor helpless hard-working Hindus from Bihar and UP living in Maharashtra. He must be given the death penalty. Let this be a lesson and warning to all Indian politicians trying to Divide and Rule over Hindus.

"An Enemy of one Hindu is an Enemy of Every Hindu." Remember this and teach this to every Hindu you know. Hindu Unity is essential for the survival of Hinduism and the future of our children grand-children and generations to come.

This is also an appeal to every current member of Maharashtra Navanirman Sena: if you are a Hindu Buddhist Jain Parsi or Sikh and/or love India and oppose establishment of Islamic Christian or Marxist Fundamentalist rule over India, leave Raj Thackeray's party right now. Go back to Bal Thackeray's Shiv Sena, or RSS. The future of your children is at stake. Stupid Hindus have fought amongst each other and allowed Muslim and Christian invaders to destroy India part by part for 1000 years. Now there is very little left, and no room for error. We are staring at the possibility of the last remaining vestiges of our cultural philosophical and scientific heritage -- the result of more than 5000 years of research/meditation by Vedic maharishis -- being wiped out in less than 150 years if the trends of the last 1000 years continue accelerating at their historical rates.

Times of India reports:

MNS to Sonia Gandhi: Send back Biharis to Bihar
23 Feb 2008, 1913 hrs IST,PTI
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MUMBAI: Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) has asked Congress president Sonia Gandhi to send back 25 lakh Biharis in the city to their home state.

The MNS was reacting to the behaviour of Bihar MLAs who created unruly scenes during Bihar Governor R S Gavai's address to the state Assembly on Friday wherein some of them reportedly raised slogans saying "Gavai go back to Maharashtra".

"This is not just an insult of the Governor but insult to crores of Dalits. To prevent further insult of Dalit leader like Gavai, Sonia Gandhi should call him back to Maharashtra. But while doing so she should also see to it that 25 lakh Biharis from Mumbai are sent back to Bihar," MNS general secretary Shishir Shinde said in a statement.

He said "Congress and Lalu Prasad should first teach lessons of good behaviour to Bihar MLAs before giving advises to the people of Maharashtra".

MNS chief Raj Thackeray on Friday took a dig at the Bihar MLAs who created ruckus in the Assembly and said, "this was the reason (unruly behaviour) why he was opposed to outsiders in Maharashtra.

"Why did I have to launch an agitation to protect the culture of Maharashtra? The answer to this question lies in the manner in which the MLAs of Bihar behaved in front of the the Bihar Governor, who is a Maharashtrian," he said.

Times of India reports:

25,000 North Indians leave Pune; realty projects hit
24 Feb 2008, 1638 hrs IST,PTI
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PUNE: Fear continues to grip hundreds of North Indian labourers here, who are availing of every possible mode of transport to reach their hometowns, days after dust seemed to settle down on the violence sparked by MNS campaign against migrants.

Official estimates put the figure of workers who left Pune over the last fortnight in the wake of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena's (MNS) anti-North Indian rhetoric at over 25,000, adversely affecting many projects of the construction industry which employs the skilled and unskilled labour from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.

To make things worse, the city was agog with rumours that February 25 would see another spate of violence in Maharashtra, triggering a fresh wave of migrant labourers rushing to catch north-bound trains and buses.

The vitiated atmosphere got the authorities concerned as District Guardian Minister Ajit Pawar and Collector Prabhakar Deshmukh held meetings of various people's representatives to scotch the rumours and to reassure the jittery workforce.

They were joined by local Congress MP Suresh Kalmadi, who picketed at Pune railway station to allay fears of those boarding the trains with their family members, carrying meagre belongings.

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Thursday, October 25, 2007

Delhi HC Censures Politicians for Having Elaborate Security Arrangements

The Delhi High Court has started something that may change the entire future of India. It may seem a very little thing: just criticism of the fact that Indian politicians roam about with entire armies of Black Cat commandos. It is a status symbol for them to have a lot of people guarding them.

This inconveniences the common people of India who are forced to suffer numerous indignities while the egomaniac politicians travel with convoys of cars with loud sirens, loaded with commandos and firepower.

The Delhi High Court has asked the politicians to stay at home if they are so afraid to come out of their armoured houses without a full army of commandos to protect their soft skin and delicate bones.

Perhaps if these politicians did not misrule the country so much, and did not commit so many crimes -- like Arjun Singh's and Antona Maino's torture of school-kids asking for the right to go to college without being stopped by Casteist Reservation, Arjun Singh's Divide and Rule politics based on OBC Casteism, Ksrunanidhi's insults to Lord Ram, Brinda Karat's harassment of Baba Ramdev, Jayalalitha's harassment of Shankaracharya, to name a few -- they would not be so afraid of ordinary citizens of India, and would not need an army of commandos to protect them.

It should not be a status symbol to have a lot of security guards. It should be a sign of cowardliness and weakness. Only the vilest and most unpopular rulers in the entire history of India -- the Nanda Dynasty, the Mughals, the Sultans, and the British -- have needed such elaborate security arrangements.

Popular rulers -- like Chandragupta Maurya, Ashok, Samudragupta, Vikramaditya, Rana Pratap, Chhatrapati Shivaji, to name a few -- did not hide like mice behind a wall of soldiers. They walked and lived among the common people.

The ministers of Scandinavian countries -- like Norway Denmark and Sweden to name a few -- roam about on streets, go to the market, and live like common people, without an army of soldiers following them everywhere.

Now let me come to why this may change the entire future of India. If popular opinion and the power of the Courts force our "leaders" to stop hiding behind commandos, they will no longer be willing to let the country remain a terribly unsafe place for the common man.

Today, these pseudo-secular politicians have removed anti-terror laws like TADA and POTA, making the lives of ordinary citizens infinitely more risky, to get the votes of bin Laden type Muslims. Among all the countries that have faced Islamic terrorism -- India, Israel, Russia, China, USA, UK, Spain, France -- India is the ONLY ONE that has relaxed the legal system and law enforcement apparatus. All other countries have strengthened their legal system after 9/11 with laws like PATRIOT ACT.

These other countries did this because none of them have electorally significant Muslim minorities. They are all Christian-majority or Jewish-majority countries where no politician will get any extra votes for being soft on Muslim terrorists. Indeed, they will get voted out of power if they are soft on Muslim terrorists.

India is the only exception. While the Hindu majority of India remains divided based n Caste (through the actions of Casteist leaders like Arjun Singh, Mayawati, Lallu Prasad, Jayalalitha, Karunanidhi, etc) the Muslim minority in India decides the outcome of elections.

However, staying in power is less important than one thing: staying alive. Today the Indian politicians -- themselves and their entire extended families protected by armies of Black Cat commandos -- have no fear of death by Islamic terrorism. So, they take actions that help them stay in power. Even though those actions make the ordinary citizens' lives dangerous.

If the ordinary citizens and the power of the Courts can force them to come out of hiding behind their body-guards, they will no longer take actions that make the country dangerous for everyone (rather, anyone who is not a Muslim terrorist). That can entirely change the future of the country.

It can mean the difference between extinction and survival.

Times of India reports:
Politicians should stay at home if they feel threatened: HC
25 Oct 2007, 1839 hrs IST,PTI

NEW DELHI: Observing they were not a "national asset", the Delhi High Court on Friday took the politicians head on over having their security guards on tow when they step out and wryly told them to remain in the confines of their homes and offices if they feel threatened by citizens.

"You should not let these men (politicians ) to come out. Their presence in public places itself threatens the common men. I do not know why it has become a matter of prestige for them to move with 10-15 uniform security personnel carrying lethal weapon," a Bench comprising Justice T S Thakur and Justice Veena Birbal told the Centre.

The court made these harsh observations while expressing displeasure over the inconvenience the public have to put up by the overwhelming presence of security guards accompanying politicians at public places.

The Court's observation came while hearing a PIL on police reforms seeking separation of force into two wings to deal with law and order and Investigation independently.

In sharp remarks laced with sarcasm, the judges could not hide their dismay when they said "If these people feel so threatened they should not come out in public places."

The judges said they (politicians) were not a national asset which should be protected and if they were, the citizens would protect and there was no need to be threatened by them (public).

"It has become fashionable and a status symbol. The more people(security men) surrounds these people(politicians) the more prestigious they feel. It is obnoxious that common men are forced to stay on the sidelines and are prevented to walk on the pavements when the politicians pass through", the Court said.

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Coimbatore 1998 Blasts Verdict: No Death Penalty

It took the Court in Tamil Nadu almost 10 years to produce a verdict. By now, nobody remembers the blast victims. The widowed wives and orphaned children are probably dead from malnutrition already. The terrorists have spent the last 10 years in comfort as guests of the Government while the case dragged on for a decade. Not one terrorist was given the death penalty for carrying out an attack that killed 58 people.

Now they will appeal their sentence in a higher court. It will drag on for another 10 years at the Supreme Court. If the Supreme Court does not overturn the verdict and let them go, they will probably get a life sentence again.

By that time 20 years will have passed, with no Justice delivered yet. The terrorists will have lived a full life playing cards and watching TV as guests of the Government, while Government-sponsored lawyers battle for their freedom in court.

At some point in the future, an Indian airplane may be hijacked -- like what happened with the Kandahar hijacking -- and the Pakistani hijackers may demand the release of these terrorists. However, the Coimbatore terrorists are small fry; their Pakistani bosses will probably let them enjoy life as guests of the Indian Government while the stupid Indian system wastes its own money paying Government lawyers with Government (taxpayer) money to carry out a decades-long charade in court.

Through our above actions, we are telling future terrorists: come and kill us. IF we ever catch you, we will spend decades pushing paper and playing word games in court while you get to play cards and watch TV in a "prison" while your "trial" goes on. If we can't catch you, you can come and kill more of us again. Nice game; wanna play?

The US, UK, and Spain behaved very differently after the 9/11, 7/7 and 3/11 attacks. Those who attacked them are already dead, and anybody who played a part is either dead or on the run fearing for their lives. Wars are going on in Pakistan Afghanistan and Iraq, and millions of people who supported bin Laden have been killed. There is a good chance that by the time the wars are over, anyone who ever sympathized with bin Laden will be dead.

The terrorists know this. So they dare not attack the US again. Attacks are only happening against India, and will keep happening until India shows some backbone and will to fight back.

That will not come until common people stop accepting being killed and maimed in one attack after another -- regular like clockwork -- while the politicians roam around fearlessly, protected by hundreds of Black Cat commandos.

BBC reports:
Life terms over 1998 India bombs
Lal Krishna Advani
LK Advani was the alleged target of the bombs
A court in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu has sentenced 23 people to life in prison in connection with a series of bombs nine years ago.

Among those sentenced was the man described as the mastermind of the plot, SA Basha.

Nineteen bombs went off in the town of Coimbatore on 14 February 1998 just before Hindu nationalist leader LK Advani was due at an election rally.

Some 58 people were killed in the blasts which caused chaos in the town.

In all 166 people faced charges of being involved in the blasts, and around 153 have been found guilty.

Basha, the founder of the banned radical Muslim group, Al-Umma, is the most high profile defendant to be sentenced.

In August, another prominent defendant, Abdul Nasser Madani, the leader of the Kerala-based People's Democratic Party, was acquitted.

The 1998 bombings sparked clashes between Hindu and Muslim mobs in Coimbatore, some 2,400km (1,500 miles) south of Delhi.

The bombs went off close to where Mr Advani was due to speak.

At the time, he was president of the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He was not at the podium when the bombs went off because his flight had been delayed.

Coimbatore was also the scene of Hindu-Muslim clashes in November 1997 after two men belonging to a radical Muslim group allegedly killed a Hindu policeman.

At least 17 people died in the violence that followed.

Investigators said that the bomb blasts were part of a conspiracy to assassinate Mr Advani to avenge the killing of the Muslims.

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UP Government Starts zizya Again

Taxes paid to the Government by ordinary taxpayers (80% of whom are Hindu) will be used by the Mayawati UP Government to pay college fees for Muslim students. How is this different from the zizya religious tax imposed on Hindus to pay for Government benefits given to Muslims under Mughal and Sultanat rule?

How is it secular to use Government tax money for benefits given only to people of a certain religion? Aren't there any poor Hindus Buddhists Jains Sikhs Parsis or Christians who need help from the Government to go to college? Why shouldn't they get help from the Government if the Muslims will?

Do Muslims somehow deserve to be treated better than the people of all other religions? Like Manmohan Singh had said: "Muslims have first claim upon India's resources"?

Times of India reports:
UP govt to pay fees of Muslims pursuing professional courses
24 Oct 2007, 0104 hrs IST,Manjari Mishra,TNN

LUCKNOW: Admission fee up to Rs 1 lakh for a professional course will now be paid by Mayawati-led Uttar Pradesh government, if the student is from an underprivileged minority community.

A major sop targeting the below poverty line segment, the government order issued on September 15 covers "all BPL students pursuing engineering, medical, masters in business management and specialised courses in the universities across India, if they are from a minority community." Director, minority welfare, M A Khan told TOI on Tuesday the government order aims to reimburse registration charges, tuition and library fees and all necessary expenditure incurred by a candidate. The limit, he said, is Rs 1 lakh. The facility has been extended to paid seats as well.

The order has also warned the enforcing agency that if it failed to make the payment within the stipulated deadline, it would face serious consequences. The only condition is a student availing the facility must have studied in a recognised educational institution, including government approved madrasas. The selection of the candidates, according to Khan, will be on first come first served basis.

In fact, two major schemes cleared by the Maya government in quick succession last month have drawn attention for being overtly Muslim-friendly. Though Khan is at pains to explain that the policy is not limited to Muslims but also takes into account other communities like Sikh, Christian Buddhist and Jain, figures of the last census tell their own story. According to the data, minority communities constitute 19.32% of UP's population. Of this, a whopping 18.81% are Muslims while the percentage of Christians, Sikh, and Buddhists is 0.13, 0.18 and 0.12 even as the number of Jains is "negligible".

The other newly-launched social security scheme for BPL minorities offers Rs 10,000 towards meeting marriage expenses of a girl above 18 years of age. Letters have already been dispatched to all district magistrates to clear at least 500 such applications in each district.

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Sunday, October 14, 2007

Indian Workers Being Tortured in Malaysia

It is the duty of the Government of India to protect Indian citizens inside and outside the country. These hard-working labourers went to Malaysia to earn money to feed their families and to earn precious foreign exchange for India. Shame on Manmohan Singh for sitting idle and doing nothing while Malaysia has the audacity to insult India by beating up Indian citizens in broad daylight.

Indians working in police, army, paramilitary, and commando forces of India should stop protecting Indian politicians. Their job is to protect the borders of India, and the ordinary citizens of India, not to defend the politicians who do nothing for the country and spend all their time looting the hard-earned money of the hard-working citizens. Let Antonia Maino, Arjun Singh, Jayalalitha and Karunanidhi meet the common people of India face to face without Black Cat Commandos protecting them and beg forgiveness for the innumerable crimes they have committed against the common people of India: casteist divide and rule through OBC Reservations, massacre of schoool students protesting Reservations, arrest and harassment of the Shankaracharya on false charges, and brazen insults directed at Lord Ram and Hinduism.

Hindustan Times reports:

Malaysia: Over 200 Indian workers claim being abused
Press Trust Of India
Kuala Lumpur, October 08, 2007
First Published: 11:05 IST(8/10/2007)
Last Updated: 16:52 IST(8/10/2007)

More than 200 Indian nationals working in a Malaysian factory have alleged that they were being abused by their employment agent and are desperate to return home after three of their colleagues were brutally beaten up.

The 264 Indian workers, employed at a factory in Senai in Johor state, claimed their agent started abusing them when they arrived in Malaysia two years ago.

The workers claimed that three of their colleagues were abducted and beaten up for putting up a notice stating that workers no longer wanted 2.50 (25 rupees), the cost of hostel canteen food, to be deducted from their daily wages.

The Indian workers, part of the 1,500-strong foreign workforce at the plastic-moulding factory, staged a picket to demand the release of the three, local media reports said.

The trio, with bruises all over their bodies, have since returned to the hostel, the report said. One of the workers, Thangaraju, 39, said he could have ended up dead if not for the strike staged by his co-workers.

Thangaraju claimed that he and the other two workers were beaten for hours and the men tried to force him to drink detergent when he asked for water, the report said.

He said the beatings started two months after they arrived at the hostel in November 2005.

"We found worms in the rice served at the canteen. When we complained, 20 of my colleagues were abducted and given a severe beating. Only 10 returned and to date, we don't know what happened to the rest."

Another worker identified as Vadivelu said the workers decided to quit and return home on the advice of their parents.

A factory official said the management wanted to send the injured trio to the clinic but were stopped by their colleagues.

"There is a small group of workers instigating the others. They are forcing the workers to strike and this has disrupted operations."

The official said the factory took over the management of the hostel three days ago after the workers decided they did not want to deal with their agent any more.

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Baba Ramdev's Speech at HT Leadership Summit

Baba Ramdev delivered a fantastic speech at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit. It is something all Indians should read.

From the Hindustan Times:

...A spiritual superpower

By Swami Ramdev

After 60 years of independence, India presents the spectacle of a country in which extreme affluence and poverty exist cheek by jowl. In this ancient land, the rich are richer than the people of the US or UK, and its citizens imbued with a sense of patriotism and technical knowledge which exceeds that of the Japanese. And its people quite often outwit the Chinese.

On the other hand, some of our poor are the poorest in the world. Hunger, poverty and unemployment have compelled them to live a life of indignity. The degrees of inequality are appalling. The contrast mirrors itself in many other ways. We are world champions in one form of cricket and global leaders in information technology. But we are also known for being a very, very corrupt country. Casteism, crime and terrorism are a slur on our society. Women continue to be helpless victims of dowry, and cases of female foeticide haunt India.

For how long can we afford to indulge in such acts of moral turpitude and insensitivity? We have people who dare to dream and conquer the world. But we also have people who lack the courage to stand up against oppression, injustice and wrongdoing.

I dream of seeing India transformed into a mighty superpower, both economically and spiritually. It will be an ideal nation and a role model for others to emulate. I have a vision with seven dimensions to achieve this:

1 Our country faces a crunch of land and other resources, infrastructure, amenities and jobs. The population explosion is worsening the situation. We must initiate a new social awareness campaign to enlighten people about the benefits of a small family. Having disproportionately large families should become a social stigma. The government and NGOs should reward those who have planned families and care to produce an able generation. In this regard, we should take a cue from China. We should design a strategy to provide higher education to our youth. Not a single one of them must be left out. Some of them should be sent overseas to bring prosperity to our country and to reduce the burden on our resources.

2 Experts and resourceful persons in diverse fields should lend their might to build better transportation and housing and an efficient and clean administration.

3 In a prosperous and happy nation, citizens are conscious of their health, hygiene and cleanliness, and sensitive to their duties. Policymakers and intellectuals must think of ways to achieve these objectives with the active participation of citizens.

4 Over Rs 5 lakh crore is drained out annually on health spending. Hospitals and doctors look upon patients as consumers. Crass commercialism has set in. To improve the health of the common people, it is crucial to bring yoga, pranayam and alternative systems of medicine into the mainstream. This will tap the yet-undiscovered potential of medical and solace tourism, elements in which India is the richest.

Sports must be encouraged. Vedic knowledge should become an essential part of school curricula. In conjunction with this, family values can equip individuals to combat stress and anger, negative emotions like depression and envy, and perversions like sexual abuse. It will also act as a bulwark against deviant behaviour arising out of modern life and brute materialism.

5 The farming community continues to be dependent on the vagaries of nature. While input costs are soaring, output remains uncertain and un-remunerative. The sector is increasingly characterized by speculative activities. As a result, a large number of farmers are stamping out their lives out of sheer depression. The country now needs to plan a second green revolution encompassing alternate crops, herbal plants, horticulture and biotechnology. Farmers must be given a better deal, ensuring reasonable rewards for their toil.

6 Swadeshi is the key to India’s prosperity. It generates pride in the nation and helps build self-sufficiency. The country needs to imbibe the ideals of Bapu’s Swadeshi, Maharshi Dayanand’s Swarajya (self rule) and Swabhimaan (self respect), Swami Vivekananda’s knowledge, and the bravery and courage of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Sardar Patel, Bhagat Singh, Chandrashekhar Azad, Rani Laxmibai and Vir Savarkar. Their ideas and ideals are perhaps more relevent today than anytime in the past in a world which is riven by conflict, insecurity, greed and materialism.

Prejudice should give way to rational thinking. In short, to borrow from a well- known and timeless Vedic verse, our ideal should be: “Lead us from ignorance to knowledge, from darkness to light, from mortality to the nectar of eternity.” In Sanskrit, the shloka is: “Asato Ma Sadgamaya, Tamso Ma Jyotirgamaya, Mrityora Ma Amritamgamaya.”

The clash of civilisations should give way to amicable discourse with a view to discovering the common threads, which run through them. The world will realise the power of wisdom ladled out by our sages that the universe is one family: “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam.”

7 I urge every Indian to take a solemn pledge on the following lines: “I will not use in my lifetime any imported goods. I will add to the prosperity of my country through my knowledge, work, courage, confidence, self-respect, honesty, integrity and faithfulness; If I am awakened, my country is awakened, and will continue to march ahead; I am not just a person, but represent the entire nation; India emanates from me, my knowledge, deeds and behaviour. It builds or tarnishes the image of the motherland, and I will, to the best of my ability, protect the honour of my beloved country.”

I do think of, and live with by pledge. I am confident that every Indian can contribute to make India a great country by doing so.

(Swami Ramdev is revered by millions in India and abroad who have benefitted from his yogic exercises and spiritual discourses. This is the first time he has written for an English newspaper.)

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Thursday, October 11, 2007

Further Details of Burmese Massacres Emerge

The Civilized World has shamefully let down the people of Burma. When faced with inhuman genocide massacre torture and mass-killing of this nature, a line must be drawn, and it must be made clear to the perpetrators that they must stop these ongoing crimes against humanity or face annihilation.

Even now it is not too late. The United States, Japan, Europe and India should make it clear to China and its puppets in Burma that the cumulative military and economic might of the Civilized World will be used without hesitation even to utterly destroy China and Burma if necessary if they do not immediately stop the ongoing inhuman and gruesome attacks on peaceful non-violent Buddhists in Burma and Tibet.

Only when faced with the prospect of utter destruction will the mass-murderers running China stop their crimes. And only then will the citizens of China rise up and overthrow their brutal totalitarian dictatorship.

The Independent reports:
Only now, the full horror of Burmese junta's repression of monks emerges
By Rosalind Russell
Published: 11 October 2007

Monks confined in a room with their own excrement for days, people beaten just for being bystanders at a demonstration, a young woman too traumatised to speak, and screams in the night as Rangoon's residents hear their neighbours being taken away.

Harrowing accounts smuggled out of Burma reveal how a systematic campaign of physical punishment and psychological terror is being waged by the Burmese security forces as they take revenge on those suspected of involvement in last month's pro-democracy uprising.

The first-hand accounts describe a campaign hidden from view, but even more sinister and terrifying than the open crackdown in which the regime's soldiers turned their bullets and batons on unarmed demonstrators in the streets of Rangoon, killing at least 13. At least then, the world was watching.

The hidden crackdown is as methodical as it is brutal. First the monks were targeted, then the thousands of ordinary Burmese who joined the demonstrations, those who even applauded or watched, or those merely suspected of anti-government sympathies.

"There were about 400 of us in one room. No toilets, no buckets, no water for washing. No beds, no blankets, no soap. Nothing," said a 24-year-old monk who was held for 10 days at the Government Technical Institute, a leafy college in northern Rangoon which is now a prison camp for suspected dissidents. The young man, too frightened to be named, was one of 185 monks taken in a raid on a monastery in the Yankin district of Rangoon on 28 September, two days after government soldiers began attacking street protesters.

"The room was too small for everyone to lie down at once. We took it in turns to sleep. Every night at 8 o'clock we were given a small bowl of rice and a cup of water. But after a few days many of us just couldn't eat. The smell was so bad.

"Some of the novice monks were under 10 years old, the youngest was just seven. They were stripped of their robes and given prison sarongs. Some were beaten, leaving open, untreated wounds, but no doctors came."

On his release, the monk spoke to a Western aid worker in Rangoon, who smuggled his testimony and those of other prisoners and witnesses out of Burma on a small memory stick.

Most of the detained monks, the low-level clergy, were eventually freed without charge as were the children among them. But suspected ringleaders of the protests can expect much harsher treatment, secret trials and long prison sentences. One detained opposition leader has been tortured to death, activist groups said yesterday. Win Shwe, 42, a member of the National League for Democracy, the party of the detained democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, has died under interrogation, the Thai-based Assistance Association for Political Prisoners said, adding that the information came from authorities in Kyaukpandawn township. "However, his body was not sent to his family and the interrogators indicated that they had cremated it instead." Win Shwe was arrested on the first day of the crackdown.

It was the russet-robed Buddhist clergy, not political groups, who had formed the backbone of demonstrations during days of euphoric defiance and previously undreamed-of hope that Burma's military regime could be brought down by peaceful revolution. That hope has been crushed under the boots of government soldiers and intelligence agents and replaced by fear and dread.

A young woman, a domestic worker in Rangoon, described how one woman bystander who applauded the monks was rounded up. "My friend was taken away for clapping during the demonstrations. She had not marched. She came out of her house as the marchers went by and, for perhaps 30 seconds, smiled and clapped as the monks chanted. Her face was recorded on a military intelligence camera. She was taken and beaten. Now she is so scared she won't even leave her room to come and talk to me, to anyone."

Another Rangoon resident told the aid worker: "We all hear screams at night as they [the police] arrive to drag off a neighbour. We are torn between going to help them and hiding behind our doors. We hide behind our doors. We are ashamed. We are frightened."

Burmese intelligence agents are scrutinising photographs and video footage to identify demonstrators and bystanders. They have also arrested the owners of computers which they suspect were used to transmit images and testimonies out of the country. For each story smuggled out to The Independent, someone has risked arrest and imprisonment.

Hein Zay Kyaw (not his real name) received a telephone call last week telling him to be at a government compound where the military were releasing 42 people, among them Mr Kyaw's friend, missing since he was plucked from the edge of a demonstration on 26 September. Mr Kyaw told the aid worker: "The prisoners were let out of the trucks. Even though now they were safe, they were still so scared. They walked with their hands shielding their faces as if they were expecting blows. They were lined up in rows and sat down against the wall, still cowering. Their clothes were dirty, some stained with blood. Our friend had a clean T-shirt on. We were relieved because we thought this meant that he had not been beaten. We were wrong. He had been beaten on the head and the blood had soaked his shirt which he carried in a plastic bag."

The United States yesterday threatened unspecified new sanctions against Burma and called for an investigation into the death of Win Shwe.

White House spokesman Gordon Johndroe said in a statement: "The junta must stop the brutal treatment of its people and peacefully transition to democracy or face new sanctions from the United States."

The scale of the crackdown remains undocumented. The regime has banned journalists from entering Burma and has blocked internet access and phone lines.

Mark Farmaner of the Burma Campaign UK says the number of dead is possibly in the hundreds. "The regime covers up its atrocities. We will never know the true numbers," he said.

At the weekend the government said it has released more than half of the 2,171 people arrested, but exile groups estimate the number of detentions between 6,000 and 10,000.

In Rangoon, people say they are more frightened now than when soldiers were shooting on the streets.

"When there were demonstrations and soldiers on the streets, the world was watching," said a professional woman who watched the marchers from her office.

"But now the soldiers only come at night. They take anyone they can identify from their videos. People who clapped, who offered water to the monks, who knelt and prayed as they passed. People who happened to turn and watch as they passed by and their faces were caught on film. It is now we are most fearful. It is now we need the world to help us."

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Monday, October 01, 2007

Thousands of Buddhist monks and peaceful unarmed civilians slaughtered in Burma; gruesome bloody massacres continuing

Horrible pictures and videos of the ongoing slaughter of non-violent peaceful unarmed Buddhist monks and ordinary civilians in Burma by the (mis-)ruling military dictatorship supported by China.

Report from Daily Mail, UK:

Burma: Thousands dead in massacre of the monks dumped in the jungle

By MARCUS OSCARSSON - More by this author » Last updated at 15:04pm on 1st October 2007 Thousands of protesters are dead and the bodies of hundreds of executed monks have been dumped in the jungle, a former intelligence officer for Burma's ruling junta has revealed.

The most senior official to defect so far, Hla Win, said: "Many more people have been killed in recent days than you've heard about. The bodies can be counted in several thousand."

Mr Win, who spoke out as a Swedish diplomat predicted that the revolt has failed, said he fled when he was ordered to take part in a massacre of holy men. He has now reached the border with Thailand.

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Slaughter: Executed monks have been dumped in the jungle

Meanwhile, the United Nations special envoy was in Burma's new capital today seeking meetings with the ruling military junta.

Ibrahim Gambari met detained opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi in Rangoon yesterday. But he has yet to meet the country's senior generals as he attempts to halt violence against monks and pro-democracy activists.

It is anticipated the meeting will happen tomorrow.

Heavily-armed troops and police flooded the streets of Rangoon during Mr Ibrahim's visit to prevent new protests.

Mr Gambari met some of the country's military leaders in Naypyidaw yesterday and has returned there for further talks. But he did not meet senior general Than Shwe or his deputy Maung Aye - and they have issued no comment.

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Tensions: People gather outside a temple after a police raid today

Reports from exiles along the frontier confirmed that hundreds of monks had simply "disappeared" as 20,000 troops swarmed around Rangoon yesterday to prevent further demonstrations by religious groups and civilians.

Word reaching dissidents hiding out on the border suggested that as well as executions, some 2,000 monks are being held in the notorious Insein Prison or in university rooms which have been turned into cells.

There were reports that many were savagely beaten at a sports ground on the outskirts of Rangoon, where they were heard crying for help.

Others who had failed to escape disguised as civilians were locked in their bloodstained temples.

There, troops abandoned religious beliefs, propped their rifles against statues of Buddha and began cooking meals on stoves set up in shrines.

In stark contrast, the streets of Rangoon and Mandalay - centres of the attempted saffron revolution last week - were virtually deserted.

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Checkpoint: Police outside the house of opposition leader Aung Sang Suu Kyi today

Executed: The body of a Buddhist monk floats in a river

A Swedish diplomat who visited Burma during the protests said last night that in her opinion the revolution has failed.

Liselotte Agerlid, who is now in Thailand, said that the Burmese people now face possibly decades of repression. "The Burma revolt is over," she added.

"The military regime won and a new generation has been violently repressed and violently denied democracy. The people in the street were young people, monks and civilians who were not participating during the 1988 revolt.

"Now the military has cracked down the revolt, and the result may very well be that the regime will enjoy another 20 years of silence, ruling by fear."

Mrs Agerlid said Rangoon is heavily guarded by soldiers.

"There are extremely high numbers of soldiers in Rangoon's streets," she added. "Anyone can see it is absolutely impossible for any demonstration to gather, or for anyone to do anything.

"People are scared and the general assessment is that the fight is over. We were informed from one of the largest embassies in Burma that 40 monks in the Insein prison were beaten to death today and subsequently burned."

The diplomat also said that three monasteries were raided yesterday afternoon and are now totally abandoned.

At his border hideout last night, 42-year-old Mr Win said he hopes to cross into Thailand and seek asylum at the Norwegian Embassy.

The 42-year-old chief of military intelligence in Rangoon's northern region, added: "I decided to desert when I was ordered to raid two monasteries and force several hundred monks onto trucks.

"They were to be killed and their bodies dumped deep inside the jungle. I refused to participate in this."

With his teenage son, he made his escape from Rangoon, leaving behind his wife and two other sons.

He had no fears for their safety because his brother is a powerful general who, he believes, will defend the family.

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Protests: But the situation inside Burma remains unclear

Mr Win's defection will raise a faint hope among tens of thousands of Burmese who have fled to villages along the Thai border.

They will feel others in the army may follow him and turn on their ageing leaders, Senior General Than Shwe and his deputy, Vice Senior General Maung Aye.

Further details from France24:
[Click on link above for the video]

Monday, October 1, 2007

PARIS, Oct. 1 -- Floating face down in a filthy pool of water, a tangled strip of saffron cloth – the distinctive garb a Buddhist monk – still clinging to his neck, the images are a gruesome reminder of the brutality of last week’s military crackdown on Burmese protesters.

The graphic video of what appears to be a dead monk was filmed Sunday in the Pazondaung area of the Burmese city of Rangoon, according to the Democratic Voice of Burma, an Oslo-based opposition group. It is not known when the monk died.

The release of the footage comes as U.N. envoy Ibrahim Gambari prepares to meet Burmese junta supremo Senior General Than Shwe in the new capital of Naypyidaw Tuesday. The former Nigerian foreign minister’s visit -- which included a meeting with Burma’s best-known opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi Sunday -- has sparked hopes in some circles that a diplomacy of sorts might prevail to end the current crisis.

While it is difficult to get an accurate reading about the state of dissent inside the repressive Southeast Asian nation, many Burmese dissidents in exile as well as those inside Burma are afraid the current protests will be a repeat of the 1988 anti-junta demonstrations.

At least 3,000 people were believed killed in the brutal crackdown following the 1988 demonstrations. Martial law was promptly declared and thousands of opposition leaders – including Suu Kyi – were arrested. The charismatic leader of the National League for Democracy (NLD) has been under various forms of detention ever since.

In a telephone interview with FRANCE 24, a Buddhist monk in hiding in Burma, who did not want his name or location disclosed due to security fears, appealed for international help.

“The monasteries are surrounded by troops and the monks can’t go outside,” he told FRANCE 24 from his place in hiding in the jungles of Burma. “We need help from the international community.”

Indeed public dissent in the main Burmese cities of Rangoon and Mandalay seems to have ceased. The streets of Rangoon were quiet Monday, according to news reports – a far cry from last week’s public demonstrations which drew as many as 100,000 people into the streets. The Burmese government has put the official death toll from last week’s protests at 10 – including a Japanese photographer who was killed in Rangoon. But human rights groups say the actual toll is much higher.

While the web was a critical source of information about the protests last week, the junta has since blocked network access inside the country. By Friday afternoon, the country’s only two Internet providers -- MPT and Pagan Cybertech – had been taken offline.

Only the Democratic Voice of Burma (DVB) has been able to access images coming from Burma. In a telephone interview with FRANCE 24, the DVB site's webmaster, “Thida”, explained that their associates in Burma use their own systems to connect to the Internet. She wouldn’t say more, but technicians familiar with communications technology say it would be technically feasible to feed images over a mobile phone line by connecting the phone to a laptop computer.

Attacking a symbol of peace

One of the more shocking aspects of the crackdown was the raw display of state aggression against Buddhist monks, the very symbol of a pacifist religion in this deeply spiritual country. In a country where nearly 90 percent of the estimated 50 million-strong population is Buddhist and where most males have spent at least some time serving in a monastery, monks are a revered symbol of an unchanging Burmese identity in the face of political upheavals.

According to the Asian Human Rights Commission, more than a dozen monasteries in major Burmese cities were raided last week and at least 700 monks were detained.

“It was a very significant turnaround that the military used violence against monks,” said Win Min, a professor at Thailand’s Chiang Mai University in an interview with the AFP news wire service. “It added fuel to the fire.”

While the 1988 demonstrations were led by Burmese students, they were subsequently joined by monks, who were not spared the subsequent brutal crackdown by the military regime.

For Burma’s omnipotent State Peace and Development Council (SPDC), which has -- under various acronyms -- brutally controlled the country since 1978, the prospect of a politically mobilized Buddhist priesthood represents a threat to their power.

But from his jungle hiding place, the Buddhist monk -- who said he was one of the leaders of the recent protest during an interview with FRANCE 24 last week -- said his fellow monks were not giving up hope.

“Right now, our only way to protest is to pray,” he said. “There are different ways of protesting and prayer is one of them. But come what may, we will continue to protest. Even if they (the junta) are blocking us at the moment, we won’t stop.”

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Sunday, September 30, 2007

Burmese Army soldiers bludgeoning Buddhist monks to death by beating their skulls to pulp

From an eyewitness in Rangoon, Burma:

"They systematically ordered all the monks to line up and banged and crushed each one's head against the brick wall of the monastery. One by one, the peaceful, non resisting monks, fell to the ground, screaming in pain. Then, they tore off the red robes and threw them all in the military trucks (like rice bags) and took the bodies away.

The head monk of the monastery, was tied up in the middle of the monastery, tortured, bludgeoned, and later died the same day, today. Tens of thousands of people gathered outside the monastery, warded off by troops with bayoneted rifles, unable to help their helpless monks being slaughtered inside the monastery. Their every try to forge ahead was met with the bayonets.

When all is done, only 10 out of 200 remained alive, hiding in the monastery. Blood stained everywhere on the walls and floors of the monastery."

Anti-Buddha anti-religion Godless Communist Chinese-supported brutal military "government" in Burma is continuing the barbaric massacres of Buddhist monks.

Burma is under almost complete black-out of telephone internet and all other communications services. Phone service is unreliable and intermittent, and possibly being tapped by the Burmese military government to identify journalists or others who may be trying to leak information out. An eyewitness account has been reported over a possibly tapped phone line at grave personal risk by somebody's sister in Burma and reported on the Buddhist Peace Fellowship website:

Sept 28, 07:

How You Can Support the People of Burma

Update 9/28/07:

A dispatch received from someone with a relative in Yangon (Rangoon), via Richard Reoch of Shambhala:

We just got phone call with our sister living in Yangon about a few hours ago. We saw on BBC world, saying that 200 monks were arrested. The true picture is far worse. For one instance, the monastery at an obscure neighborhood of Yangon, called Ngwe Kyar Yan (on Wei-za-yan-tar Road, Yangon) had been raided early this morning.

A troop of lone-tein (riot police comprised of paid thugs) protected by the military trucks, raided the monastery with 200 studying monks. They systematically ordered all the monks to line up and banged and crushed each one's head against the brick wall of the monastery. One by one, the peaceful, non resisting monks, fell to the ground, screaming in pain. Then, they tore off the red robes and threw them all in the military trucks (like rice bags) and took the bodies away.

The head monk of the monastery, was tied up in the middle of the monastery, tortured , bludgeoned, and later died the same day, today. Tens of thousands of people gathered outside the monastery, warded off by troops with bayoneted rifles, unable to help their helpless monks being slaughtered inside the monastery. Their every try to forge ahead was met with the bayonets.

When all is done, only 10 out of 200 remained alive, hiding in the monastery. Blood stained everywhere on the walls and floors of the monastery.

Please tell your audience of the full extent of the fate of the monks please please !!!!!!!!!!!!
'Arrested' is not enough expression. They have been bludgeoned to death !!!!!!

(Name withheld to protect the identity)
Hong Kong

How you can support the People of Burma:

1) Join or organize a vigil in your town or city. We have posted a calendar of vigils on the BPF website. There are currently events scheduled in New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, Washington DC, and Milan (Italy). We are updating the list regularly, so please keep checking it. Check with your local BPF chapter to see if they are planning a vigil.

If you plan a vigil, we are encouraging people to use these common elements:

* Silent vigil, and hold to principles of nonviolence in support of the monks and nuns. If you do chant, use the Metta Sutta, as this is the chant the monks and nuns of Burma have been praying. Click here for a copy of the Metta Sutta that you can print and distribute to people at your vigil. Please avoid protest chants.

* Wear red or maroon.

* Bring a BPF banner, if you have one.

2) Sign a petition

AAVAZ Online Petition to Support Burma

U.S. Campaign for Burma Petition

The Buddhist Channel

3) Light a candle and place it in your window every night this week, along with this sign in support of the nonviolent protest. And please spread the word.

4) Make a donation to the Foundation for the People of Burma, an affiliated group of BPF that provides humanitarian aid to Burmese people of all ethnic backgrounds and religious beliefs.

5) Help get video equipment into Burma. From BPF board member Jesse Maceo Vega-Frey:

In lieu of an actual physical international presence on the ground in Burma, one of the best ways we have to supporting the effort of the Burmese people is to make sure these lines of communication to the outside world stay open and up-to-date.

We are trying to find a way to gather photographic, video and transmission equipment and get it into Burma through contacts in Thailand. We would appreciate your help by sending any extra equipment of this nature that you may have to our office in North Carolina, where they will be compiled and sent as quickly as possible to the appropriate people. This can be old, used and even out-dated equipment--as long as it works and you are willing to part ways with it.

If you do not have equipment of this nature but would like to help you can also send donations to help pay for additional equipment and shipping charges. Please make checks payable to stone circles with “Burma video equipment” in the memo line.

Please send all resources to:

The Stone House

attn: Burma equipment

6602 Nick’s Rd

Mebane, NC 27302

Statements in Support of Buddhist Monks and Nuns in Burma

Includes statements from:

* Buddhist Peace Fellowship
* BPF Melbourne Australia
* International Network of Engaged Buddhists
* His Holiness the Dalai Lama
* Buddhists and Khmer Society Network of Cambodia
* Shambhala

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Friday, September 28, 2007

The Dalai Lama's message to the People of Burma

As everybody knows, the Chinese-supported military dictatorship that has misruled Burma for the last several decades is currently engaged in yet another bloody suppression of democratic protests against its illegitimate cruel and brutally inhuman misrule.

Unarmed and peaceful Burmese civilians and Burmese Buddhist monks leading the peaceful protests are being brutally beaten and shot by the Burmese military. Unarmed and peaceful Buddhist monks have been shot and killed, for the first time in the history of Burma. A crime of this magnitude did not happen as far as we know even in previous massacres of pro-Democracy activists in Burma before. Not even the British colonialists dared to be so uncivilized as to kill unarmed and peaceful monks in broad daylight in public.

90% of the people of Burma are deeply religious Buddhists, in spite of decades of Godless Communist Chinese oppression. Burma will definitely reach boiling point as soon as this news spreads. Those responsible for killing Buddhist monks will all be hunted down and brought to Justice eventually. The Burmese military is trying to prevent this by taking Burma back to the Stone Age: all phone, internet, newspapers, etc have been blacked out in Burma. However, at this point there are rumours that several units of the Burmese military are refusing to obey orders to massacre protesters, as it is unthinkable for most people in Burma -- even most of the most hardened solders -- to raise arms against the highly revered Buddhist monks.

An innocent Japanese photographer has been shot at point-blank range in cold blood by a Burmese soldier.

It is high time that the Civilized World intervenes in this uncivilized spectacle. The military generals running Burma are guilty of innumerable Crimes Against Humanity.

Following the Geneva Convention and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the United Nations Organization must IMMEDIATELY sanction an invasion of Burma to prevent continued gross and egregious violations of human rights and Crimes Against Humanity by the illegitimate Burmese military government. The United States, Japan, India, and other Civilized Nations must IMMEDIATELY invade Burma, establish Democracy under Aung San Suu Kyi -- the rightful leader of Burma, and bring the Burmese military rulers (puppets of anti-Buddha Godless Chinese Communists) to Justice.

The Chinese Communist Party is guilty of destroying Buddhism in China and Tibet. It is now trying to do the same in Burma through its proxies in the Burmese military. This must not be allowed to happen.

The following is the message from the Dalai Lama of Tibet, who is peacefully resisting a similar war by Godless Chinese Communists trying to destroy Tibetan Buddhism:

Message to the People of Burma


I extend my support and solidarity with the recent peaceful movement for democracy in Burma. I fully support their call for freedom and democracy and take this opportunity to appeal to freedom-loving people all over the world to support such non-violent movements. Moreover, I wish to convey my sincere appreciation and admiration to the large number of fellow Buddhists monks for advocating democracy and freedom in Burma.

As a Buddhist monk, I am appealing to the members of the military regime who believe in Buddhism to act in accordance with the sacred dharma in the spirit of compassion and non-violence.

I pray for the success of this peaceful movement and the early release of fellow Nobel Peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi.

Tenzin Gyatso
September 23, 2007

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Raoul Maino (a.k.a. Rahul Gandhi) trying to hide his criminal record

The Nehru Dynasty (now going under the Gandhi name) is known for producing criminals who have indulged in gross abuse of power for the last 60 years. After Indira Gandhi's attempt at destroying Democracy in India by declaring an Emergency after she lost the elections and abusing the state machinery to kill political rivals like pro-Democracy activist Jai Prakash Narayan in the process, Rajiv Gandhi tried to measure up to his illustrious mother in criminality and abuse of power by robbing the Government Treasury (stealing the money of poor hard-working taxpayers of India) through Bofors scams and such-like.

However, Rajiv's Roman-Catholic Italian son Raoul (who calls himself Rahul in the Indian media) seems all set to break all previous family records by a wide margin. He is doing exactly what the People of India have come to expect from the Nehru Dynasty.

Before even starting a proper political career, he has already managed to be caught by the FBI for international currency smuggling, and is currently actively engaged in subverting the police investigation process to cover up a gang-rape he allegedly took part in. The Nehru Dynasty is using all their power over the pliable Indian mainstream news media to hide these facts from the People of India. However, Truth has an inconvenient habit of eventually getting out.

Thanks to a dear Reader for bringing these items to my attention.

Now the people of India need to decide if they want a rapist and international currency smuggler to rule our Motherland.

Also, Congress Party workers need to think carefully whether they want to support a party run by an anti-Hindu Roman Catholic family that has gone out of its way to denigrate Hinduism at every step it has taken in its entire stay in power:
1. declared that the Hindu religious icon Lord Ram never existed, and is trying to destroy a sacred Hindu religious artifact: the bridge that Lord Ram built connecting India and Lanka
2. has no respect for secularism, and actively engages in religious discrimination against Hindus and promotes Roman Catholics in the Congress party. Almost all Chief Ministers in Congress-ruled states are Christian.
3. issued coins with the Christian cross on them. Remember Secularism? It means that the Government cannot promote any religion. Issuing coins with Christian religious symbols constitutes promotion of Christianity using Indian tax-payer's money.
4. will gang-rape the daughter of a Hindu Congress worker to entertain his Italian Roman-Catholic friends. Are we still living under British Raj, or what?

All Hindu workers in Congress party should think carefully: do you want your daughters and wives to be gang-raped for the entertainment and enjoyment of Roman-Catholic Italian Christian guests of the ruling family? If so, go ahead and support the Congress. Give your lives to keep Antonia and Raoul Maino in power.

Otherwise, leave the Congress Party. Work for and vote for someone who is Indian, and loyal to India. Someone who respects Indian girls and will not gang-rape them to please his Italian friends.

How long has it been since we got Independence from the British? How long has it been since the movie theatres in India used to say "No Dogs or Natives allowed"? How long has it been since Bhagat Singh, Netaji, Khudiram, Lala Lajpat and hundreds of thousands of others sacrificed everything to free our Motherland from abusive racist and murderous Christian occupiers from Britain France and Portugal?

It's been barely 60 years.

How can you bring in this Maino family from Italy to rule us all over again? Are you men, or goats?

Leave the Congress Party today. Let Justice prevail Let the Nehru Dynasty be finally brought to Justice for the crimes of the last 60 years.

Yahoo reports:

Suit filed to probe Rahul Gandhi's detention by FBI
By Indo-Asian News Service

Lucknow, March 8 (IANS) A suit has been filed in the high court here seeking information about the alleged detention of Congress MP Rahul Gandhi and his Colombian girlfriend by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in 2001.

The petition, filed by four lawyers, is likely to be heard Wednesday.

According to the public interest litigation, Gandhi, the son of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, and his companion were released after being detained at Boston airport following the intervention of the Prime Minister's Office.

At that time, Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the Indian prime minister and Gandhi was not a member of the Lok Sabha.

"Vajpayee's principal secretary and then national security adviser Brajesh Misra spoke to top US authorities to enable Rahul Gandhi and his girlfriend to get away," claimed Prem Chandra Sharma, who moved the court along with three others.

Sharma claimed to have gathered this information through the Internet and said he had downloaded certain documents to substantiate his allegations.

The petition alleged that Gandhi was found in illegal possession of about $200,000. And it was in that connection that the FBI had detained him along with his girlfriend Sep 21, 2001.

The FBI was said to have sought an explanation about Gandhi's possession of such a huge amount of money, which he was unable to provide, the petition said.

The petition sought a writ of mandamus to the Indian ambassador to the US as well as the union home secretary to make a disclosure about the entire episode.

Hindu Unity reports:


At the outset I wish to confirm that Hindu Unity is aware of the seriousness of the charges we are levelling against Rahul Gandhi (aka Raul Maino) son of Sonia Gandhi (aka Antonia Maino). Members of Hindu Unity in Lucknow and Amethi have confirmed the news and will soon come out with necessary evidence to nail Rahul Gandhi and his friends. The following is the information that Hindu Unity has gathered. The photograph was obtained from the girl's family and is being posted here with their permission.

On 3rd December 2006, Rahul Gandhi was camping at Amethi along with 7 others including 4 foreigners (two from Britain and other two from Italy, names not known).Around 9 P.M all of them were drinking liquor at a V.I.P. guest house in a high security zone. They had an uninvited guest, a young girl named Sukanya Devi, 24 years of age, a staunch follower of Nehru-Gandhi family and daughter of Congress worker Balram Singh.

Sukanya was looking for an opportunity to meet Rahul Gandhi since last two years and on that fateful night she able to meet him. Sukanya's family has been supporting the Congress party since the time of Nehru.

When she met Rahul he spoke to her for a couple of minutes and later he and his friends offered here liquor. Sukanya was amazed seeing all this, she was not feeling comfortable, she refused to have liquor and took permission to leave, but she was forced to stay back and drink. She kept resisting, but they raped her one by one. She cried for help, but her cries fell on deaf ears. Even the security personnel preferred to remain as mute spectators.

She kept weeping all along and was threatened and asked to keep her mouth shut. She was given Rs.50,000 /-. She straightaway went to the local police station. The police refused to book any complaint and asked her to go home.

Before she could reach home, Congress workers had gathered at her house and gave a different version of the incident to her father. They accused her of trying to seduce Rahul Gandhi. Her father Balram Singh, without giving her a chance to explain what had happened to her beat her up mercilessly. Balram Singh learnt the facts from others who were witness to the crime, but he preferred to remain quite as he did not want to challenge Rahul Gandhi and the Congress Party.

Sukanya's mother Sumitra Devi, who learnt about the whole incident immediately went with her daughter to Police HQ in Amethi. The Police officials refused to book any complaint and advised her to remain quite. She went from pillar to post pleading for justice, but no one heard her pleas.

Sumithra Devi gave a statement in a press conference with a very thin attendance and there she was confronted by Congressmen who physically assaulted both mother & daughter. On 27th December 2006 Sumithra Devi went to New Delhi to meet Sonia Gandhi. Sonia refused to meet her. With no options left she went to Human Rights Commission who just noted down her complaint and asked her to leave.

The Congressmen have threatened to kill both Sumithra Devi and her daughter Sukanya if she makes the rape issue public. Both the mother and daughter are in despair trying to seek justice. Both mother and daughter were camping in New Delhi for over a fortnight to get an appointment with the President of India. They have not got an appointment either with the President or with the Chief Justice.

Both mother and daughter are now in hiding. If the Congressmen don't kill her, the Opus Di (secret service of the Vatican) definitely will. It is important that we locate Sumanthra Devi and Sukanya, offer them protection.

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