Punjab Sind Gujarat Maratha Dravida Utkala Banga…
You don’t need to stand up for anything except for the truth. I have put in boldface the names of all the provinces that have been wholly or partly snatched from us in 1947. Gone forever with no possibility of recovery. If any possibility remains, it is that they will come back for more and more until nothing is left of Bharat.
As our illustrious leaders agreed in 1947, what is theirs is theirs. What is ours shall forever be negotiable. Until of course our entire existence is “negotiated” away and a black veil of “peace” descends over all of this ancient land.
Less than two months ago, a Hindu cycle repairman Indrajit Dutta in Bengal’s Mallarpur was lynched to death for refusing to contribute to Muharram observances. But Bengal isn’t Dadri and there was no chance here of blaming the crime on Gau Rakshaks. So for our media and our elites, there was no reason for concern. Life went on at the usual pace, “intolerance” was reported from many parts of the country… angry tweets from online Bhakts continued to be the biggest issue facing the nation.
I have wanted to write about the recent events in West Bengal for well over a week now. However, I have a principle of never writing about something unless I can back it up from two or more sources. As an added layer of protection, I prefer sources that are ideologically opposed to me (such as NDTV or The Hindu or The Indian Express), so that nobody can challenge me on the facts. I am not a journalist. That’s why I have standards.
I have waited and waited, but the events in Dhulagarh near Howrah in West Bengal have been blacked out so completely by mainstream media that they have left me with no option but to go with stuff circulating on social media. So, some of the photos and videos below may be true and some may be false, while others could be misrepresentations or exaggerations. Read at your own risk. As I said, I have standards. Because I am not a journalist.
Roughly, it seems that this is what happened : On Eid-ul-Milad day, a procession of peacefuls attacked Hindu homes and shops in Dhulagarh near Howrah.
Please understand that this is not a remote village in the rural hinterland. This is Howrah, home to Kolkata’s massive Howrah Railway Station. This is Howrah, home to the iconic “Howrah bridge”, a symbol of the city of Kolkata. This is an area where every square inch is densely covered by a mob of TV channels. This might as well have been happening in the backyard of India Gate in New Delhi.
And yet, the persecution of Hindus continues unabated in West Bengal, hidden in plain sight of a thousand media eyes. I guess this is what happens when you wear the full veil over the face, you can’t see anything even though it might literally be inches from your nose.
There are recordings circulating on social media that claim to be calls from angry citizens calling up media houses demanding that Dhulagarh be covered. I can’t confirm this, but the voice does appear to be that of Rajdeep Sardesai in this one.
In fact, Rajdeep was really angry at getting to hear from common people. Idiots all of them. Don’t they know that Rajdeep only does the truly hard hitting news stuff? The idiots should stop calling him… what if Madam calls him to take another hard hitting interview and his phone is busy? The “interview of the century” might go to another “reporter” and Rajdeep might forever miss out on being the person who broke the story of which color is Sonia Gandhi’s favorite..
The Bhakts want Bengal riots “covered” and they are calling Rajdeep? Don’t they know he only does “cover-ups”?
Here is another “idiot” who supposedly called NDTV:
Yes, this is no Barun Kashyap story to deserve a prime time billing. Nor are these “church attacks”. Why would anyone care?
In conclusion, I would like to point something out, which I think is most important here. Yes, the so called mainstream media blacked out the story. But, more importantly, you know who else blacked it out? Hindus themselves. In Bengali, we say that unless the baby cries for attention, even the mother will not give it milk. This story got blacked out because Hindus didn’t care and did not want to care. There are a billion Hindus in this country and if a good number of them really cared about the issues facing Hindus today, there would be a hundred million voices speaking about about this tragedy. There would be no need to feel bad about a blackout by Lutyens crooks.
But Hindus don’t care. We refuse to learn from history. We watch as history repeats itself but we say nothing. From Taimur to Taimur, we make a virtue out of surrender.