Saturday, November 25, 2006

Radical Islam-appeasing Manmohan refuses stronger laws to fight terror


The Muslim-vote-banking (pseudo-)secular (anti-Hindu) UPA and Congress Party Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has refused to enact stronger laws to fight Radical Islamic terror.

He has shown the gall to suggest that existing laws are enough to tackle terror. After dozens of Radical Islamic terror attacks in Mumbai, Srinagar, Ayodhya, Ghatkopar, Nagpur, Delhi, and tens of other cities have killed hundreds of innocent Indians, maimed thousands, and destroyed tens of thousands of lives (orphaned children, widowed wives, helpless old parents, etc) and none of the attackers have been brought to Justice, after the existing legal infrastructure has proved to be incapable of convicting even those responsible for the Mumbai 1993 bomb blasts 13 years ago yet, after the Muslim-coddling vote-banking pseudo-secular UPA has shown the temerity to call for the pardon of 2001 Parliament attacker Muhammad Afzal, after the UPA and Congress came to power by proposing to remove the anti-terror POTA law to gain popularity among Radical Muslims sympathetic to and supportive of Islamic terrorism against Hindus, the UPA Prime Minister has the gall to claim that the existing legal infrastructure is sufficient.

The UPA removed the POTA law. That was directly followed by an upsurge in terrorism. The UPA has blood on its hands.

The UPA Government has failed to apprehend a single terrorist responsible for the tens of major attacks that have occurred since it came to power.

By removing the POTA law and publicly refusing to strengthen laws against Islamic terror, the UPA and Congress has demonstrated that it has no intention to fight Islamic terror.

Indeed, the UPA and the Congress have repeatedly made statements like "... no stapling the terror tag on any community. No community or religion can and should be blamed for irresponsible and violent acts of a few individuals of that community or religion. Terrorists have to be dealt with as terrorists per se."

This is a blatant attempt to deny the fact that the terrorism being carried out in India by Muslim terrorists against innocent Hindus are being committed in accordance with the instructions in the Koran.

Furthermore, the acts of terror are committed in places and at times when Hindus are most likely to be in the targeted area.

For instance, the attack in Delhi during the Diwali shopping week at the most popular market in Delhi was carried out at the time of day when religious Muslims are supposed to be in mosque saying prayers. Since Diwali is a Hindu festival, the people in the market shopping at that time were all Hindus.

Since the UPA is showing this towering hypocrisy about even acknowledging the existence of religiously-motivated Islamic terror, and unwillingness to deal with it, they must be considered accomplices in acts of Islamic terror against Hindus.

The UPA Government is anti-Hindu and does not care about the welfare of Hindu citizens of India. All it cares about is to get Muslim votes to win elections. Dividing Hindus on caste lines with the OBC Reservations controversy, distributing guns and encouraging Caste War, etc are all part of the same dirty political gameplan. The Government knows it is safe: our own children serving India in the Army, Paramilitary and Police forces are keeping them safe by betting their own lives everyday. So the Government does not care about what happens to us -- the common people of India.

Once we agree that the UPA Government is an accomplice of Pakistani Radical Islamic terrorists and their sympathizers among Radical Muslims of India, it is reasonable to conclude that the UPA Government must be punished for acts of terror against Hindus that they have caused by weakening the legal framework (eg. by removing the POTA law, that too at a time when the rest of the Civilzed World is strengthening its legal framework to fight Islamic terror, eg. with the PATRIOT ACT in USA) and by making it clear to the terrorists that it has no political will to effectively fight terror.

Thus, when the next Radical Islamic terror attack occurs, if the terrorists cannot be found by the UPA Government, the punishment should be inflicted on the accomplices: UPA Government's Ministers and key decision-makers -- in particular UPA Chairperson Antonia Maino (who calls herself Sonia Gandhi), Casteism Minister Arjun Singh, incompetent Home Minister Shivraj Patil, Assistant Casteism Minister Ambubani Ramadoss, and useless Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

These five people have shown amply that they are willing to beat up innocent students and doctors (who protested against the Casteist Reservations policy aimed at dividing and conquering Hindu society) but do not want to convict Muslim terrorists.

The next time innocent Hindu blood is spilled by Muslim terrorists that the UPA Government fails to catch, the price must be paid by these five people.

Antonia Maino first. She must pay for the next drop of innocent Hindu blood spilled by the Muslim terrorists she is aiding and abetting with her idiotic pro-terror policies.

The revenge must be taken by the Police, Paramilitary, and the Armed Forces of India tasked to guard this horrible woman. If they are loyal to India, they will know that Antonia Maino's Crimes Against Humanity must not be allowed to go unpunished. She must pay.

Vande Mataram. Jai Hind.

Times of India reports:

Existing laws enough to tackle terror: PMA
[26 Nov, 2006 0024hrs ISTTIMES NEWS NETWORK]

NEW DELHI: PM Manmohan Singh on Saturday joined the debate on whether a special law was needed to fight the challenge of terrorism, virtually turning down the demand of Intelligence Bureau chief E S L Narasimhan for the enactment of a new law.

In what was seen as a riposte to Narasimhan’s spirited pitch for a special law on the ground that existing legal architecture was not adequate to deal with the new-age terrorist, Singh suggested that authorities should take recourse to "stringent measures" under existing laws to "cut off" the illegal flow of money to terrorists through money laundering and organised crime.

Speaking at a seminar on "Law, Terrorism and Development" here, the PM was in complete agreement with the IB on the threat posed by different forms of terrorism. "Having large financial and material resources at their disposal, terrorist groups are able to use modern communication systems and state-of-the art technology to pursue their agenda. They have become more sophisticated, better networked and highly motivated in carrying out their nefarious designs. A matter of extreme concern is also their linkage with organised crime, like drug trafficking, gun running, counterfeit currency and money-laundering," he said.

However, he appeared to suggest that existing laws had enough teeth. "We also need to use relevant provisions of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and the Prevention of Money Laundering Act to cut off the flow of funds to terrorist groups," Singh said.

On Thursday, Narasimhan had argued for a special law to cope with the changed scenario since the existing legal framework was conceived. The PM, who was present when he spoke, had kept mum.

The subject of a special law has been politically fraught, with vocal liberal groups charging that they are used to harass members of the minority community.

The PM spoke against stapling the terror tag on any community. "No community or religion can and should be blamed for irresponsible and violent acts of a few individuals of that community or religion. Terrorists have to be dealt with as terrorists per se." However, he suggested that leaders of all communities should work to encourage "fringe elements seeking to disrupt society" to join the national mainstream.



Hindustan Times reports:

PM for clear and purposive response to terror threats
Aloke Tikku
New Delhi, November 25, 2006

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh virtually ruled out the demand for tough anti-terror legal laws on Saturday, saying the government was "firmly" committed to enforcing zero tolerance to terrorism "within the framework of our existing legal system".

Singh had heard the Intelligence Bureau chief ESL Narasimhan make out a case for strengthening the legal framework to fight terror at a conference of police officers on Thursday. The PM's response came on Saturday, wrapped up in a speech at a seminar on terrorism, law and development.

The PM made no direct reference to Narasimhan's demand. But the emphasis on the existing legal framework and the "need" for law enforcement machinery to set their house in order indicated that the targeted audience was the security establishment clamouring for tougher provisions.

"We need to use relevant provisions of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and the Prevention of Money Laundering Act to cut off the flow of funds to terrorist groups," Singh said, suggesting that the problem was not with the laws but their inefficient deployment.

Singh went on, in some sense, to tell them what else they needed to work on. "We also need to streamline our investigation and prosecution machinery to apprehend culprits involved in acts of terrors. We have to pursue investigation and prosecution of such cases in a professional and scientific manner," he said, advising them to make a "determined effort" to ensure that the innocent are not harmed or harassed.

"Judiciary at different levels also has a vital role in ensuring that such cases are tried expeditiously and offenders are brought to justice without undue delay," the PM pointed out in his speech that also called for "a clear and purposive" response to terrorism, insurgency and extremism. "Certain and swift punishment is often the effective deterrent to potential wrongdoers."

Singh, who has had to face uncomfortable moments on several occasions when minority leaders complain about policemen going on an overdrive and painting the entire community with the same brush, also advised them against this tendency. At the same time, he also asked leaders of all communities to ensure that the "fringe elements" seeking to disrupt the society are identified, isolated and encouraged to join the national mainstream.



8 Comments:

At 10:19 PM, Anonymous Ashish Bhatia said...

Nation's security is jeopardy unless a nationwide upsurge against these votebank politicians occurs

 
At 1:56 AM, Blogger Pradeep Sharma said...

your post is highly inflated with Anti-Muslim sentiments.
There are more active terrorist organisation than muslim redicals, extrimists in India rightnow apart from the fact that current Indian politics is highly influenced by cast based selection system and with the ideology of pseudo secularism.
Wether it is UPA or NDA...They are going to play the political drum of India with the old sticks unless the so called intellectual youth intervened into politics and power.

 
At 5:55 PM, Blogger Harsh Vardhan said...

Dear Pradeep,

Thank you very much for your comment.

Please note that I have made no comments against Muslims or against Islam. My comments are against (Radical) Muslims who are followers of Radical Islam.

The word "Radical" changes everything.

Radical Islamists are not entitled to protection under Secularism. Radical Islam is not a religion: it is a Fascist Political ideology masquerading as a religion.

Radical Islam is almost the same as Nazism.

Nazism asked its followers to target Jews.

Radical Islam targets Hindus Jews Christians Buddhists Jains Sikhs Parsis Sufis Ahmadiyyas -- even Moderate Muslims (whom they consider apostates for rejecting the Koran-sanctioned violence) and calls them all "infidels".

I am sure you will now see my point.

I am not against Muslims. I consider (Moderate) Muslims to be my own brothers and sisters -- they are also the sons and daughters of Mother India.

I am against Radical Islamists.

Thank you for your comment, which allowed me to clarify this point and prevent any misunderstanding.

Harsh

 
At 12:23 PM, Blogger Pradeep Sharma said...

sir,
If I say redical Hinduism is responsible for Gandhi's murder then up to what extant I'm correct?

 
At 12:25 PM, Blogger Pradeep Sharma said...

Sir,
If I say that redical hinduism is responsible for murder of M.K.Gandhi then up to what extant I'm correct?

 
At 9:06 PM, Blogger Harsh Vardhan said...

Dear Pradeep,

Thank you for bringing up this interesting question.

You can decide the answer for yourself once you have seen read and heard all sides of the story.

In school history books you have read the Congress Party's and the Nehru Dynasty's view on the murder of Mahatma Gandhi. The make Godse sound like a fanatic who did something completely unjustifiable and evil.

Perhaps you have not heard Nathuram Godse's version of the story ? He explains precisely why he did what he did.

Maybe you would like to read it yourself: http://www.nathuramgodse.com/

The book was suppressed in 1948 and was allowed to come out only decades later.

Why was it suppressed ? What did Nahuram Godse write that the Nehru Dynasty did not want the People of India to read ?

Don't you want to read and find out ?

Read the book. Try to understand Godse and his actions. Then let me know if you still have the same question. We can discuss the issue then. How does that sound ?

 
At 6:41 AM, Blogger Pradeep Sharma said...

That’s what I'm saying....I didn’t take the name of Nathuram Godse or his principles/ideology during making my point but there was a fanatic and radical thinking behind the killing of a 81 year freedom fighter, a saint.
To make it more clear intellectuals never took the name "Muslim" behind any bad happening but say it an expansion of extremism into religious boundaries but common people pushes all accusations to a corner; and name it as Muslim’s world.
In my first comment, I said that your post is highly inflated with anti Muslim sentiments. Because at that time I was one of us.
In addition, I think it does happen in this very way only...

Secondly I would say ..as much I have read that Nathuram Godse was the last volunteer for murdering Gandhi by pistol after a failed mission of radical ideology of Savarkar and group of 5 people, who were involved in the plot and planning to kill Gandhi in a bomb blast.

 
At 1:21 AM, Blogger Harsh Vardhan said...

Dear Pradeep,

Did you read Godse's book (linked from my last reply to you) ? Let me know when you do.

Harsh

 

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