This is a sad story of how a valiant BJP unit in Kerala is fighting against a fascist state government to lay a pro-Hindu foundation in the state. The BJP workers of Kerala are the real forgotten people, bold dissenters against a Communist regime, forgotten by a partisan mainstream media and worst of all… abandoned by their own leaders in Delhi.
You know things are bad when even journalists are beginning to say this. You have to appreciate the courage of Dhanya Rajendran, editor of The News Minute.
More power to you Dhanya for listening to your conscience. Sadly, you have probably doomed your career with this one tweet. And this being Kerala, you might have actually physically endangered yourself and your family.
Which journo? Does she/he have a picture of Rajdeep Sardesai on their office desk? You know Rajdeep is sort of a legend for explaining why the person who was murdered in Dadri was more dead than Prashant Poojary who was killed in Mangalore.
And this follows an (unsuccessful) attack by CPI(M) workers on a very dangerous 10 month old baby who was clearly an RSS-Zionist-Modi agent (on Jan 5, 2017).
Infants can do a lot of damage! The CPI(M) workers, who incidentally are atheists, are deeply scared ever since they heard about what the infant Krishna did to the Rakshasi Pootna. Further, Kerala being “God’s own country”, the Commies decided not to take any chances.
So, you better watch out you damn 10 month old baby! You may have escaped this time, but the idea of India mob will find you and punish you and put an end to that venomous anti-Nehru rhetoric you have been putting out. Indian secularism has deep roots and this dangerous baby will not be allowed to stand in the way.
Sarcasm apart, this is the daily grind for RSS-BJP workers in Kerala. While the cocktail class gets to make national headlines with fake attacks from Gau Rakshaks, the RSS-BJP workers lose their lives, their children, their limbs, their homes every single day. Fighting to reclaim this slice of coastal India for the Hindus of this land.
And what is the worst part? They are totally ignored by the BJP leadership at the Center. Because the political crop in Kerala is not yet ripe for the harvest. How much would it take to make the persecution of Hindus in Kerala a national issue? Very little actually. One visit from Amit Shah to Kerala would force the entire media to cover it. From the Prime Minister’s level, even less would suffice. If @narendramodi made just one tweet condemning the murder of a BJP worker in Kerala, the entire country would be talking about it. But “they” don’t want any trouble.
The way RSS-BJP workers are… one day I am sure they will succeed in Kerala. The way they are standing up to the Communist dictatorship, that day will come sooner rather than later. Perhaps by 2021. That’s when the Central BJP leadership will finally take notice.
This is the problem with the Indian Right. It seems to be all about a political party. And political parties only care about elections. In the same way that corporations care only about their bottomline. What is missing in the Indian Right is the wider civilizational push. You can see it on the Left. For them, it was not just about winning elections. It was about crushing India itself. The Communist Party is almost finished electorally. The Congress has been reduced to a rump 44. But the “dead hand” of Nehru still strikes hard. See the media, see the popular culture, see the wider political spectrum. See the parameters of public discourse. Nehru’s “dead hand” still holds the reins. Speak to the so called educated Hindus and listen to how they speak. You can hear the echos of Nehru, you can see them struggling to distance themselves from their Hindu roots. And what will we do about that?