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RSS unable to challenge Hooliganism and Goonda Raj of the Congress

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samAlochaka writes on Sudarshan episode. Is it the same samAlochaka who was writing in our blogs some time back? samAlochaka says – SP lacks tactical finesse and Congress, ability to manage itself to civic behavior.

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After Sudarshan’s remark against Sonia Gandhi and the subsequent fallout of congress hooliganism, it became further obvious that:

  1. Sangh Parivar (SP) lacks strategic/tactical finesse
  2. Congress, just like the Communists,  officially resort to hooliganism.
  3. Despite constitutional guarantees, there is no “freedom of speech” in this country except for those who want to paint Hindu goddesses in the nude, or those who proclaim from the dais their support for secessionist forces.

 

Let us consider the above developments:

In response to Congress attack, besides organizing protests, SP (RSS+BJP) should have brought in libel charges against those who made the remarks.. Recall that they (SP) had failed to react appropriately against even the “Maut ke Saudagar” remark on Narendra Modi by Sonia Gandhi.

The remarks by Sudarshan are his rights to exercise “freedom of speech”. Either they are his opinions, to which he is entitled, or he made allegations, which he can at best be forced to defend in a court of law.

Congress by “threatening” has actually committed an offense of “hate speech” amounting to incitement of violence, and whoever from Congress committed this must be tried for “hate speech”. If congress has not disowned it as yet, then Congress has to be charged for being an accomplice. Further, Sonia Gandhi being the Head of congress Party must be held responsible and should be tried.

Even if RSS and BJP (SP) do not agree with Sudarshan’s remarks, they must stand by him for his RIGHT to say what he feels like, and his RIGHT (and Obligation) to defend his remarks.

Let’s list out a few examples under various categories:

(I)            Tactlessness of  RSS/BJP

  1. Golwalkar’s praising of the Prophet in his book.
  2. AB Vajpeyee praised Indira Gandhi as Durga
  3. LK Advani “regretted” demolition of the structure in Ayodhya.
  4. The goof by Bangaru Laxman during the sting operation conducted by Tehelka.
  5. The Jinnah episode demonstrating the hypocrisy and stupidity of LK Advani, stupidity of Jaswant Singh.
  6. Election debacle in 2009 showing stupidity of Arun Jaitley and Sushma Swaraj.
  7. Sushma Swaraj belittling Narendra Modi to appease Nitish Kumar.
  8. Sushma Swaraj meddling in Karnataka affairs. If she has any brains, she should apply where it is needed not to destabilize BJP’s own government merely to settle ego-scores.
  9. Unmanliness of B S Yeddyruyappa while handling the first crisis in his government in Karnataka.
  10. SP (RSS/BJP) never question the principles of “Secularism”, “Socialism”, “father of the nation” status of Mohandas, and undeserving hallowed status of Jawahar. Rather they term themselves “Truly Secular”, “Socialist”, reverential towards Mohandas, and admiring towards Jawahar.
  11. Similarly there has been no questioning of Obama’s remark absolving Islam of the guilt of terror.
  12. Unpardonable injustice done to Kalyan Singh, Uma Bharti, and possibly scores of “dedicated workers” who sacrificed a lot for BJP.

(II)          Absence of Rule of Law during Congress Regimes

  1. Dilly dallying in the hanging of Afzal Guru, the reasons being cited as “fear of probable law and order problems!”.
  2. Anti-Sikh riots of 1984 which were orchestrated by Congress leaders, executed by Muslims, and were “strategically” portrayed as Hindu-Sikh riots!

 

Always remember that for Hindus Congress is a non-hindu party, but whenever Congress has any fight with non-hindus, it portrays the conflict as hindu-non-hindu conflict.

(III)         Inverted Freedom of Speech in this country

  1. MF Hussein and Arundhati Roy being given protection while Sudarshan being harrassed. Protection to nude paintings of Hindu goddesses, but pressure applied on Google to remove a video clip showing a Mohandas look-alike doing pole dancing.
  2. Congress leaders openly issuing violent threats while a senior citizen is being hounded for expressing his opinion about another mortal!

 

(IV)        Hooliganism and Goonda Raj of Congress

Congress has always shown itself to be a collection of unruly and uncouth brigands masquerading as politicians headed by the traitorous Nehru-Gandhi family.

  1. Dilly dallying in the hanging of Afzal Guru, the reasons being cited as “fear of probable law and order problems!”.
  2. Anti-Sikh riots of 1984 which were orchestrated by Congress leaders, executed by Muslims, and were “strategically” portrayed as Hindu-Sikh riots!
  3. Support for Mulayam Singh’s 1990 massacre of Kar Sevaks.
  4. Corruption e.g. Bofors and so on.
  5. Complete disregard for the Rule of Law during Emergency period.

 

(V)          Unmanliness of BJP Leadership

  1. Bangaru Laxman goofing during the Tehelka sting-operation.
  2. BS Yeddyruyappa crying during the previous Karnataka crisis.
  3. ABV/LKA/BJP regretting 1992 demolition.

 

These are surely truncated lists! Nevertheless they suffice now for the purpose of demonstrating the claims in the present context.

And so what’s the moral of the story? It is high time that Hindus demanded a separate state for them. If there are Islamic countries, Christian countries and what not, then why not a Hindu country as well? And note that we take Hinduism = Hindu-Way-Of-Life = Sanatana Dharma.

Reproduced from samAlochaka

RSS holds nationwide protests against Hindu terror tag

 

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) activists, led by their top leaders, Wednesday, Nov 10, 2010,  staged protests in several places across India against the central government’s alleged political conspiracy to link the group to terror activities.  Protests were held in almost all districts across India.
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat led the protestors in Lucknow while general secretary Suresh Joshi addressed a rally in Hyderabad. Demonstrations were also held across Punjab, Haryana and Orissa.  In Delhi, MPs Prakash Javadekar and Balbir K Punj were among those who participated in the sit-ins.
The protests come in the wake of RSS leader Indresh Kumar and other activists being named in the chargesheet in the Ajmer blast case — three people were killed and 30 injured when explosives kept in a tiffin box exploded at the shrine of Sufi saint Moinuddin Chisthi Oct 11, 2007.
Addressing protestors in Lucknow, Bhagwat said the cases and allegations against the RSS were “baseless and politically motivated”.  He claimed  that no RSS activist could be even remotely connected with acts of terror and  he disowned all those who were suspected to be involved in such acts.
He also came out strongly in defence of Indresh: “The fact that the investigating agencies had failed to find any concrete evidence against Indresh proved our point that he was being falsely implicated simply because the UPA government wanted to give us a bad name.”  

The RSS chief alleged that since 2003 attacks were being carried out on saints as a well-planned conspiracy to demoralise Hindus. “First Kanchi Acharya was arrested and dirty allegations were levelled against him, then Swami Laxman, who was working for the welfare of tribals in Odisha was killed. Everyone knows about the conspirators, but they are still roaming free. This was done by those who knew that opinion of people will change due to work of these saints. Now dragging Sangh’s name is a part of that chain,” he said.
Bhagwat said that the problem was not for the RSS only but the entire Hindu society as an effort was being made to demoralise them by spreading canard. “Respecting the Constitutional traditions, we had been working silently so far, but this is the limit. Today danger looms large over peace, unity and integrity of the country and people should realise it,” he said. This is the first time the RSS chief has led a demonstration.
In Delhi, Punj said the central government was misusing investigative agencies and other institutions to “defame the RSS and its activists”.  

In Orissa, protests and rallies were held not just in the capital Bhubaneswar but also in places like Cuttack, Rourkela and Sambalpur.  Carrying placards and banners, hundreds of activists staged a sit-in near the Raj Bhavan. According to Orissa unit general secretary Gopal Prasad Mohapatra, the recent investigations of the Rajasthan Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) team probing the Ajmer blast were part of sinister designs to destabilise the country. Stating that Hindu organisations and religious leaders had been a constant target for several years, he said attempts were afoot to dishonour the Hindu religion.
In response to the call, demonstrations were also held in over 20 places in Punjab.  “Mass dharnas have been organised against hateful and politically motivated anti-Hindu propagandas of some leaders and political parties related with the union government,” said Munishwar, general secretary of RSS (Punjab).  “The chargesheet filed by the ATS, Rajasthan, in the Ajmer case and subsequent statements are irresponsible… In the 820-page chargesheet neither has Indresh Kumar been named as accused nor are there are any formal charges against him. But the ATS is still harassing him,” RSS spokesperson Kishor Kant said in Jalandhar.

via RSS holds nationwide protests against Hindu terror tag            NDTV