After all, it’s a horse, not some lowly cow. While Indian media yesterday spent its time showing the cruelty inflicted by a BJP MLA on some horse in Uttarakhand, secular terror claimed its latest victim:
It’s only Tuesday, most of the week is still left. I am quite sure that secular terror will eat up more BJP workers by the end of the week. By now, it has become a part of life for right wingers in India. Secular terrorists hunt BJP and RSS workers at will. A few days ago, it was Sujith in Kerala. Then, it was a VHP leader murdered in broad daylight in Agra. Then, it was the BJP worker in Kannur who was driving an auto-rickshaw and was hacked to pieces in front of children. Yesterday it was Raju in Mysore. I heard that BJP’s ex-state vice president was attacked in Kerala yesterday. The BJP’s sitting vice president in Bihar was gunned down in broad daylight and this was the reaction from the ruling JDU:
Nothing to see here, really. Secular terror is just making India better by reducing the load of the world. Whether BJP workers are driving an autorickshaw, riding a motorcycle, selling flowers, standing at a tea stall or walking through the market, secular terror picks its targets at will and hunts them down mercilessly. The only red that our political class can see is the sacred red in the dreaded Commie flag with the hammer and sickle, not the red in the blood of right wingers who are slaughtered day after day in cold blood. The cocktail class would rather talk about a horse getting beaten up than a BJP worker getting his head sliced into two.
Actually I am grateful to Rajdeep Sardesai for his brutally (pun intended) honest response to Prashant Poojary’s murder:
“But when we seek to compare two instances without even bothering to examine the political context, we are entering dangerous territory. Prashant Poojary was a Bajrang Dal activist in Moodbidri. The Bajrang Dal has self-admittedly used violence as a weapon against minorities (don’t believe me, meet Babu Bajrangi in Gujarat or listen to him in a Tehelka expose). Poojary has been allegedly involved in cases of intimidation and violence in the region. He was fighting the “beef Mafia” as part of the anti-cow slaughter agitation. ”
They made it quite clear that right wing lives don’t matter because those murders have “context”. I did a simple calculation that day and asked: the BJP claims 10 crore members. Even if just 25% of them are active members, by Rajdeep’s logic we now have 25 million Indians who can now be massacred without Lutyens liberals taking any notice. For comparison, six million Jews died in the holocaust. So, what liberals are effectively saying is that secular terror can carry out four holocausts before anyone will take notice. Because these 25 million people are not Indian citizens with rights, they are just “Dharti ke bojh” or quite literally the “scum of the earth” as the JDU would describe it.
But enough of blaming the liberals. It is time to ask the BJP leadership some tough questions. I am proud of men like Prashant Poojary or K Raju who have selflessly and bravely laid down their lives for a cause. Unlike the scum liberals who fight for their queen, Prashant Poojary got nothing…he didn’t get to go on shopping trips to Rome sponsored by dubious corporate donors…he made a living as a flower seller until the day his life was taken by the sacred axe of Indian secularism. Another innocent Hindu life smothered to satisfy the bloodthirst of Indian liberalism…. But the question is whether the leaders in Delhi care about the sacrifices being made by their workers on the ground! To be fair, BJP Karnataka MPs and MLAs (and in particular Mysore MP Pratap Simha) were on the ground yesterday demanding justice for K Raju:
But, I am asking the question to the leaders in Delhi. We thought we had 282 MPs. Why is our sea of 282 MPs not roaring in the Lok Sabha demanding justice for our fallen cadres? This little clip from Meenakshi Lekhi is all I could find:
The video is 5 minutes long. 5 minutes, Madam Meenakshi Lekhi? 5 minutes? Is that all the time our 282 MPs had for the life of countless BJP workers? 5 minutes in Lok Sabha that too coming from a common MP like Meenakshi Lekhi rather than from a Minister! I am sorry to say this, but I saw Yechury and co. and their 2-3 MPs or whatever bringing the sky down because one of their small student union thugs spent a couple of nights in jail and got lightly beaten up. There are 282 of you in the Lok Sabha sitting with a commanding majority and all we have from you is five minutes of complaining from Meenakshi Lekhi! That amazing, eye popping majority that you enjoy has come out of countless such sacrifices of people like K Raju and Prashant Poojary. Have you forgotten that?
And where is our leader, our general? Our Hindu hriday samrat? The man behind whom we all rallied in hopes of a brilliant new Hindu dawn for our ancient motherland? As Swarajya pointed out recently:
“Under his ‘powerful watch’, BJP and Sangh Parivar leaders have been killed with impunity across the country by political and ideological rivals. ”
Instead this is what we get when RSS is compared with ISIS:
“In Parliament, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said that nothing is a bigger threat to the world currently than ISIS. “It is using tanks and armies against other religions,” he said. “It offers instructions on how to rape women. To suggest it is like another organisation gives it respectability – this is what you have done, perhaps inadvertently.”
Perhaps inadvertently!! My god! Did Arun Jaitley seriously make an excuse on behalf of Ghulam Nabi Azad? You know, I know that Jaitley has never been a very popular man among RWs on social media, but so far I had never seen any reason to single him out. Jaitley has been Modi’s ally since 2002 Gujarat polls. Yes, Arun Jaitley’s manners, way of speaking, the circles he moves in all resemble those of the Lutyens liberals we despise. But, I had always tried to be objective when thinking about Jaitley and not hold this against him. I did not want to be prejudiced against him simply because he doesn’t seem like “one of us”, i.e., purely because of his manners and what he sounds like… But Jaitley has brought tremendous shame upon the party and done a great injustice with apologetic “perhaps inadvertently” remark. Here is the comment from the Troll writer:
“Jaitley is being charitable by saying Azad might have inadvertently erred in putting the RSS and ISIS in the same sentences”
Do you see that? Even the writer for Troll thought that Jaitley was being “charitable” to the Congress! When even Troll feels that you are being too generous to the Commie-Islamist brigade, imagine where you have fallen…