There has been such a deluge of anti-national sentiment since the Modi sarkar decided to open the JNU beehive that it is difficult to pinpoint just one Mameluk among them all. Who do I go after? Burqa bibi or Madison Uncle? Do I call out Agent Ayyub? Do I call out Saggy aunty or recommend her to a good mental facility? Why not talk about the Shehzada himself? Or Madam’s other son…the topi wallah. The poison coming out from Mameluk ecosystem today shows just how much of this anti-Hindu, anti-India venom was poured into India’s veins during the 10 years of Sonia Gandhi’s rule.
The Dynasty, which is effectively an extension of British rule, has always had contempt for Hindus, but at the very least, it has never been so actively anti-Hindu as it has become under Sonia Gandhi. Remember that Indira, at least for electoral reasons, had occasionally indulged Hindu sentiments. In 1989, Rajiv Gandhi launched his campaign from Ayodhya with the promise of “Ram Rajya”. This seems almost unreal when you look at the Congress of today and where it stands under Sonia Gandhi. Here is the page in the original Constitution describing our fundamental rights:
Do you see Ram, Lakshman and Sita depicted right there? Can someone imagine the Congress standing for something like this today? I have despised the Dynasty since the day I learned to breathe, but there is something about the Congress of today : it’s become much more virulent and deeply disturbing. In fact, dealing with the Congress today feels different, it’s almost like we are dealing with a foreign enemy and not a domestic political party. It is hard to recognize Congi Mameluks even as fellow Indian citizens, they don’t sound Indian at all…it is hard to tell them apart from Pakistanis. Their circles where they chant “Bharat tere tukde honge inshallah” and march to Parliament with covered faces in the dark of night chanting “Bandook ke dam par azaadi” seem like we are watching Lashkar-e-Toiba in action.
In the midst of all this, it is hard to pinpoint one single Mameluk and call her/him out, but I will try anyway. So, last evening Stratfor uncle put out this tweet:
Stratfor uncle clearly doesn’t want to remember the history of J&K. Are you kidding me? It is these chants of Azadi on loudspeakers mounted on mosques that got 5 lakh Kashmiri Pandits to leave the valley forever. Coupta ji (“p” silent), they were Indians too. But perhaps they weren’t the right kind of Indians for you to care about, no?
As I pointed out in my last post, one of the facts that has received very little play in the media (mainstream or social) is that these people were also raising slogans of Azaadi for Kerala and Bengal. In Bengal we have recently seen a trailer in Malda. What is next? Slogans of Azaadi on mosques in Bengal and Kerala?
India is not made of porcelain and we know that well. But you must understand that bodies of Kashmiri Pandits were made of flesh and not of concrete. They knew that their bodies could be pierced with swords and bullets. And so when Azaadi chants began in their neighborhood, they had to leave to save their lives. If these Azaadi chants come to Bengal, my family and I would have to do the same…run away. Wonder where I could run away to…
As I said before, it’s hard to pinpoint one or two: here is one more Mameluk chosen at random:
Dangerous lunatic right here —->
Here’s her profile from her own webpage: “She was a British Council – Charles Wallace India Trust Fellow at the University of Kent and…. She has held writing residencies at the Hong Kong Baptist University, Jawaharlal Nehru University (New Delhi) and the University of Hyderabad.”
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