Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Fascist UPA Government beating up Indian students again

The UPA Government does not have the political backbone to fight with Radical Islamic terrorists. They haven't done anything to stop the repeated terror attacks that have been occurring every few months for decades now, killing hundreds and maiming thousands of Indians: Mumbai, Delhi, Ghatkopar, Ayodhya, Varanasi, Srinagar, Nagpur to name a few. While countries like USA that place so much importance on personal liberty have laws like the PATRIOT ACT to fight Islamic terrorism, The UPA Government weakened and got rid of laws like TADA and POTA that had been designed to protect India from people who are taking advantage of our civilized and lenient laws and prosecution practices to attack and kill us.

But the Fascist Government is instead beating up innocent and powerless Indian school and college students making legitimate protests against the idiotic and ill-thought Casteist Vote-Banking policies of the Government. Because they think it is safe to do so. Students are unlikely to blow them up as suicide bombers of Radical Islam might. Students are also smaller in size compared to the massive uneducated OBC and other Caste vote banks. So it is electorally safe to beat up the students.

In a previous post I pointed out how our Fascist UPA Government had horribly beaten up innocent students -- even girl students had not been spared. Bones were broken, internal organs injured -- thousands of lives were destroyed, the victims of Arjun Singh's police crackdown of May 2006 will spend the rest of their lives in constant medical supervision. Their bodies have been broken by Arjun Singh's police.

The Fascist UPA Government is doing it again.

It is a Government of liars and cheats -- it lied in Supreme Court earlier. It came on its knees to the Court to ask it to stop the Medical students' and doctors' strike against 49.5% Reservations even after using brute force to crush the revolt. The Supreme Court ordered the Medical students and doctors to end the strike, and promised that no action would be taken aainst them. The law-abiding doctors returned to their jobs to find that their salaries would not be paid on orders of the Casteist Union Health Minister Ambubani Ramadoss. The doctors went to the Supreme Court and the Court severely reprimanded and censured the Government for being dishonest.

The Government of not only thieves but also murderers like Lallu and Sonia (if you don't think Sonia is a murderer, as yourself who killed Rajesh Pilot and Madhav Rao Scindia) is of course not going to mind telling lies.

And now the Government is committing the violent crimes against humanity it committed in May 2006 again. A fresh few thousand innocent Indian students are being beaten up into pulp -- lives are being destroyed.

The students' "crime": they wanted to go to meet Sonia Nehru and deliver a memorandum against te 49.5% Reservations.

I have written a previous post where I have shown how the UPA Government is behaving more and more everyday like the Fascist Government of Hitler in Germany did in the 1930's.

Just like Hitler burnt down the German Parliament secretly and blamed the German Communist party (his main rival force politically at that time) and promptly banned it, the UPA Government has been doing nothing to prevent repeated terror attacks and blaming the RSS (these ridiculous charges were made by UPA representatives Mulayam Singh Yadav of Samajwadi Party and Salman Khursheed of Congress).

This was followed quickly by bans on blogs and a large number of websites that had criticized and exposed the Government's all-round failure.

If all this, in conjunction with the violent continuing police crack-down on innocent Indian students for simply using their Contitutional right to protest (remember something called the Right to Freedom of Expression" ? It says we have the right to speak out in protest; we are not supposed to bear all kinds of injustice like slaves of the Government.) does not look like impending and looming Fascism Authoritarianism and Totalitarianism, then I don't know what is.

The Fascist UPA Government is beating up innocent Indian students -- our brothers and sisters. Are we gong to keep watching mutely ?

Pass this article to everyone you know. I want at least 1 million people to read this before the month is over. After that the news will explode and people will realize how much the Government has pushed our limits of tolerance. At such a point the Government will be afraid to push towards more Authoritarinism.

The Nehru Dynasty's Indira Nehru had ruled India as a Dictatorship for two years from 1975-1977 because she had lost the elections but did not want to give up power. That was the first time the Nehru Dynasty had lost elections. She could not believe the country was not her family property. So she declared Emergency.

Jai Prakash Narayan and hundreds of thousands of his followers gave up their lives fighting Indira's brutal repressioon and finally brought the Government on its knees. This time the Nehru Dynasty is still there. Sonia is no less dangerous that Indira, and no less power-hungry. Indira killed Lal Bahadur Shastri for power. Sonia has already killed Rajesh Pilot and Madhav Rao Scindia. God alone knows how many more she will kill.

Don't give this Dynasty another chance to reduce us to slaves. Pass this article around. Pass it around to enough people that the mainstream media is forced to acknowledge the truth.

Down with the Fascist UPA Government and the Fascist Monarchist and anti-Democracy Nehru Dynasty.

Jai Hind !

Rediff reports:
Quota: Students, medicos back on streets

August 22, 2006 13:16 IST
Last Updated: August 22, 2006 14:38 IST


Scores of anti-quota medicos and students hit the streets in New Delhi on Tuesday after a gap of almost three months, resuming their agitation a day after the Cabinet decided to introduce a Bill in Parliament proposing reservations in government-aided elite educational institutions.

The agitating students clashed with the police when the latter were heading towards Congress president Sonia Gandhi's residence. The police also resorted to firing water cannons and lobbing of tear gas shells to disperse the agitators, who tried to break the security cordon and continue to move towards Sonia's residence.

Police was able to disperse the students, who suffered minor injuries while trying to get away from the tear gas and water cannons. The students wanted to submit a memorandum to Sonia against the Centre's policy.

Earlier, students from Indraprastha University, Jawaharlal Nehru University, IIT-Delhi and from medical colleges converged at Jantar Mantar demanding immediate reversal of the Cabinet decision taken late Monday night. Chanting anti-government slogans and holding the tricolour, agitating students said they will go to any extreme to force the government to reconsider their decision.

"We had called off our agitation following the Supreme Court directive. The apex court should tell the government as well to reconsider the Cabinet decision as the matter is subjudice," Anil Sharma, spokesperson of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences Resident Doctors' Association said.

He said the medicos were considering legal experts and will move the Supreme Court against the government decision on Wednesday. Attacking the government, Sharma said the medicos' agitation will continue with the same intensity as the May anti-quota protests.

"Though we have not decided to go on a strike we are keeping our options open and it would be the last resort," he said, adding that students were being mobilised across the country and a national agitation could be launched soon.

Sharma said the government had taken the decision to introduce reservations under pressure from its allies � Pattali Makkal Katchi, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and the Left.



Hindustan Times reports:
After 3 months, students back on the streets
[ 22 Aug, 2006 1310hrs ISTPTI ]

NEW DELHI: Scores of anti-quota medicos and students on Tuesday hit the streets after a gap of almost three months, resuming their agitation a day after the Cabinet decided to introduce a Bill in Parliament, proposing reservations in government-aided elite educational institutions.

Students from Indraprastha University, Jawaharlal Nehru University, IIT-Delhi and medical colleges converged at Jantar Mantar, demanding immediate reversal of the Cabinet decision taken late Monday night.

Chanting anti-government slogans and holding the tri-colour, the agitating students said they would go to any extreme to force the government to reconsider their decision.

"Earlier, we had called off our agitation following the Supreme Court directive. The apex Court should tell the government as well to reconsider the Cabinet decision as the matter is sub-judice," Anil Sharma, spokesperson of the AIIMS Resident Doctors' Association, said.

He said the medicos were considering legal experts and would move the Supreme Court against the government decision on Wednesday.

Attacking the government, Sharma said the medicos' agitation will continue with the same intensity as the May anti-quota protests.

"Though we have not decided to go on a strike we are keeping our options open and it would be the last resort," he said adding that students were being mobilised across the country and a national agitation could be launched soon.

Sharma said the government had taken the decision to introduce reservations under pressure from PMK, DMK and Left.



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