In the ongoing JNU situation, by now everyone has heard the slogans. Everyone has seen the passionate love for Afzal Guru “ji” in our TV studios and paid intellectuals in arts (and excuse me…the “social science”) departments of our universities. Every single person who had argued for Varun Gandhi to be arrested and the key thrown away for his inflammatory speech has given passionate lectures on “Freedom of Expression”. Every single person who is ignoring Kamlesh Tiwari sitting in jail for months under “National Security Act” is out on the streets protesting for free speech. Every journalist who has beaten up his critics at Madison Square Garden is out on the streets protesting for dissent 🙂 Meanwhile, another young RSS worker has been slaughtered by Commies in Kerala. Just one more dead Hindu.
But in all this, something has been ignored. Along with the Kashmir ki azaadi slogans, there were two other slogans that went along with them:
“ Kerala maange azaadi, Bangal maange azaadi”
I believe that both Right and Left on social media and mainstream media have let this slogan pass by without much examination. The Left has an obvious vested interest in not talking about this, but the Right is making a mistake in ignoring these 2 slogans. The JNU is the beating heart of the Indian Left, we should not ignore the idea behind these slogans. What is the idea behind these 2 slogans?
Kerala and Bengal have never been disputed territories. So why Kerala and Bengal? At first the choice may seem random among our many states, but it is not. Here is what’s going on:
“Hindus constitute 54.72 per cent of the total population in Kerala, with Muslims accounting for 26.56 per cent and Christians 18.38 per cent, according to the population census by religious community 2011 released on Tuesday.”
Ah! 54.72%! So, it is not unreasonable to assume that Hindus could fall below the 50% mark by the next census in 2021, which is merely 5 years away.
“Three districts which the Muslims have overshot the Hindus at Murshidabad (47 lakh Muslims; 23 lakh Hindus), Malda (20 lakh Muslims; 19 lakh Hindus) and North Dinajpur (15 lakh Muslims; 14 lakh Hindus).”
Notice that in two of those districts, Muslim population exceeds Hindus by just 1 lakh each, which means these are NEW Muslim majority districts. West Bengal’s border districts are the frontier for Muslim expansion into what remains of India. And here, please please please don’t forget the most important fact. Let me put this in bold upper case letters:
WEST BENGAL IS NOT BENGAL. WEST BENGAL IS MERELY A PART OF BENGAL. More than 60% of Bengal has already been “liberated” and made into Bangladesh. The fight is now over just the remaining 35% or so. Bengali Hindus today have control only in about one third of their historic homeland.
So, Kerala and Bengal are now the two hottest frontiers for further Islamic accession of India. It is no coincidence that the Left has started talking about “Azaadi” for Bengal and Kerala. Friends, I feel we cannot afford to ignore this. The JNU is the guiding light for the Indian left…it tells us exactly what the left is planning for our country. If they are talking about Bengal and Kerala, it means Bengal and Kerala are next on their menu. What you see today in Kashmir you will see in West Bengal and Kerala tomorrow. We have just a third of Bengal left. We cannot afford to let it go. I am a Bengali myself. This is deeply personal for me as well.
You know, when I was a kid I asked my dad about this line in our national anthem:
Punjab, Sind, Gujarat, Maratha ..
What happened to the second name in there? Where is Sind? I don’t see it anywhere in the map of the Republic of India. If we don’t stop these anti-nationals now, your children will ask you about the next line in the national anthem:
Dravida, Utkala, Banga
They will want to know where this place called “Banga” is. What will we tell them? If the Left succeeds, will Bengali and Malayalam be classified as “foreign languages” in what is still left of the Republic of India? Will we have to tell our children that Rabindranath Thakur, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and Swami Vivekananda were Pakistanis? Will we have to tell them that Adi Shankara was born in Pakistan?