Thursday, November 23, 2006

Muslim-appeasing Congress ignores IB Chief's plea for political will to fight terror effectively


In India any bureaucrat, however educated, however effective, however efficient and competent, keeps his or her job only as long as he or she manages to keep the political masters happy.

Merit does not matter in India. What matters is keeping the political masters of the ruling party happy. The most recent episode proving this was when the world famous doctor, medical researcher, and and AIIMS Director Dr Venugopal was sacked by the Casteist UPA Minister Ambubani Ramadoss for opposing the Casteist OBC Reservation policies of Arjun Singh and his gang of anti-Hindu Casteist Divide and Conquer politicians.

This is why educated and competent non-political bureaucrats usually keep quiet in public and have little influence, while ignorant uneducated and stupid Ministers talk big on TV radio and newspapers all the time and make idiotic decisions that affect the destinies of ONE BILLION people.

Now the chief of the Intelligence Bureau, E S L Narasimhan, has risked his job and career by openly speaking out about the horrible state of affairs in India on the anti-terror front, because of the complete lack of political will by the Muslim-appeasing UPA Government to fight against Radical Islamic terrorists.

The UPA came to power through Muslim vote bank politics. The only common element among all the UPA parties is that they are all anti-Hindu pseudo-secular parties. They have nothing else in common -- no common economic ideology or agenda, no common agenda on social policies, nothing at all except their opposition to the BJP and its insistence on dropping pseudo-secularism and replacing it with real secularism, where all religions are treated equally, and the coddling of Muslims and mistreatment of Hindus is stopped. Indeed, the Communists have never for one day supported the pro-liberalization economic policies of Manmohan Singh. Every few months they organize massive public rallies in West Bengal and Kerala protesting against the Central Government's economic policies -- the policies of the same Government they are keeping in power by supporting in Parliament. Do they really think the People of India are so stupid that they cannot see through this simple hypocrisy ?

It is no surprise that the UPA's agenda is called the "Common Minimum Programme". The various parties in the UPA really have so little in common that their common programmme is the bare minimum: survival in power by keeping Hindu society divided, and the BJP out. All their major policies -- like the OBC Casteist Reservations, distributing guns to Casteist groups and encouraging Caste War -- have been aimed at Dividing and Conquering Hindu society.

It was one of the poll pledges of the Congress to remove the anti-terror POTA law. They removed it. In response, there have been terror attacks with increasing frequency -- at Varanasi, Ghatkopar, Mumbai, Nagpur, Delhi, Srinagar, Ayodhya -- all over the country.

Hundreds of innocent Indian men women and children have died and thousands have been horribly maimed. Tens of thousands of lives have been destroyed -- widows reduced to penury, children orphaned.

The blood is on the hands of the UPA Government.

Even after this, they have shown the stupendous height of Muslim-appeasement by calling for the release of convicted Radical Islamic terrorist Muhammad Afzal who was responsible for planning and executing the terrorist attack on the Indian Parliament in 2001.

The terrorists who carried out the 1993 bomb blasts in Mumbai have still not been punished -- they continue to enjoy Indian hospitality while their trial drags on, waiting for an Indian airplane to get hijacked somewhere and their release demanded. Indian courts take forever to hear and decide cases -- even simple ones like terror cases with overwhelming evidence. (In contrast, the US has already finished dealing with all the criminals in custody who had something to do with 9/11.)

On top of this bad legal system that already allows terrorists to escape Justice by delaying it forever, the Congress and its Muslim-loving terrorist-sympathizers in UPA are asking for convicted Islamic terrorists to be released after they already had the full benefit of delayed Justice through the stupidly ineffective and loophole-full Indian legal system and somehow miraculously were indeed convicted.

How much of this iniquity will the People of India tolerate ?

Will the People of India defend E S L Narasimhan for bravely risking his job and his career by boldly challenging the UPA Government's Muslim-coddling anti-terror policies ? Or will they forget about him in a week and let the UPA Government quietly sack him after the issue dies down ?

Those who quietly watch while this infamy goes on should remember that they or their near and dear ones may be at the receiving end of the next terror attack in India. By then, it will be too late.

The time to fight appeasement of Radical Islam is NOW. To do so, talk to people around you. Build awareness of what is going on. Do not allow the past to be forgotten. Force the Muslim-appeasing UPA Government to get tough on terror or get out of power. United we stand, divided we fall.

Remember, the moment you forget Varanasi Ayodhya and Mumbai, it will be time for the next terror attack. The Americans have not yet forgotten 9/11. The Spanish have not forgotten 3/11. The British have not forgotten 7/7. Do you still remember 7/11 ?

The Times of India reports:

PM dodges IB demand for more teeth to fight terror
Subodh Ghildiyal & Vishwa Mohan
[24 Nov, 2006 0030hrs ISTTIMES NEWS NETWORK]

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday had to duck a strong pitch for an effective anti-terror law by Intelligence Bureau chief E S L Narasimhan.

In his welcome address on the second day of the conference of country’s police chiefs, Narasimhan surprised many by strongly articulating the need, long felt by IB as well as police, for special laws to deal with the ever-growing terror threat.

"We need a more robust legal framework to deal with these new threats, which were not envisioned when much of our legal architecture was framed," said Narasimhan. He went on to remind the PM about the threat from tech-savvy and globally-networked terrorists who can strike at targets here without having to step into the country. "The modern environment with all its technological excellence including ease of travel and free information flows offers a vast array of targets to terrorists who need not be based here."

He also spoke of the legal problems that police personnel face while pursuing intelligence leads — an allusion to the inadmissibility of electronic intercepts as evidence — and said that law needs to factor this in.

Referring to fidayeen attacks in the Capital, Mumbai and J&K, Narasimhan said: "We need to revisit our strategy of counter-intelligence to deal with terror."

The PM, who spoke afterwards, did not touch upon the subject which has taken on strong political overtones because of the perception in certain quarters that anti-terror laws are vulnerable to misuse, particularly against minorities.

Narasimhan’s pitch for a stronger law assumes significance because it came within days of Prime Minister’s categoric assertion that his government was opposed to the return of POTA, which was repealed by UPA government to fulfil its poll pledge.

Unless inspired from within the government and meant to build a case for bringing a special anti-terror law without having to pay the political cost, the IB chief’s advocacy could be seen as a bold expression of the sentiments of the security establishment.




3 Comments:

At 5:59 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Harsh,
It is once again (i commented on the post "what YOU can do to prevent terror attacks II) extremely heartening to see this post (in the sense that someone else too feels similarly). But as there are so few people even aware of the wonderful things you write, maybe you can choose a more direct form of letting people know like forwarding what you wrote or something. You may not like your work being forwarded. But it's a suggestion because just telling people that your blog exists is not sufficient incentive or makes it too much effort for them to read it. What about sending it straight to their mailboxes? I mean even your readers could help you-just copying and pasting what you've written or forwarding what you send to them. But your permission is required. If people don't want to forward it after reading it, they will not. But if they do, it shows how much your ideas are spreading. So, think about this and post a comment yourself and let me know what you think of this idea.
Vivek

 
At 6:11 AM, Anonymous Vivek Thyagarajan said...

Dear Harsh,
It is once again (i commented on the post "what YOU can do to prevent terror attacks II) extremely heartening to see this post (in the sense that someone else too feels similarly). But as there are so few people even aware of the wonderful things you write, maybe you can choose a more direct form of letting people know like forwarding what you wrote or something. You may not like your work being forwarded. But it's a suggestion because just telling people that your blog exists is not sufficient incentive or makes it too much effort for them to read it. What about sending it straight to their mailboxes? I mean even your readers could help you-just copying and pasting what you've written or forwarding what you send to them. But your permission is required. If people don't want to forward it after reading it, they will not. But if they do, it shows how much your ideas are spreading. So, think about this and post a comment yourself and let me know what you think of this idea.
Vivek

 
At 5:47 PM, Blogger Harsh Vardhan said...

Dear Vivek,

Thanks for your comment. It's great to hear from you again !

Please feel free to forward any of my articles to anyone of your choice. I like your idea very much indeed, and would consider that (forwarding) to be valuable help to me to reach more people and tell them about these viewpoints we share. Please feel free to do so. Thanks for asking though.

Have a great weekend !

Harsh

 

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