The unspoken yet multi-dimensional war against the nation has entered its most diabolical and vilest phase in the more than 70 years of its rather uneasy existence, before which thousands of terror attacks on soldiers and civilians and acts of mayhem pale into insignificance.
The widespread violence and sit-in protests, upholding an extremely divisive agenda, have disrupted life and movement in various cities, including those who need dire medical attention.
The unprecedented campaign, so nefarious and contemptuous of the law and driven by monstrous falsehoods, relayed relentlessly by news channels and the print media has now acquired a more sinister double edge. It is ruthlessly targeting the 5,000-year-old Indic civilization, which has withstood centuries of barbaric invasions and depredations on its soil and shows no signs of abating.
The widespread violence and sit-in protests, upholding an extremely divisive agenda, have disrupted life and movement in various cities, including those who need dire medical attention. The mastermind of Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh protests, emboldened by the feeble response of the political dispensation, in a video clip, has brazenly called for cleaving Assam and the North-East from the mainland by inciting minority groups, in fulfilment of the vicious Tukde-Tukde agenda.
It is a different matter that electoral considerations compelled the government to act rather belatedly and pick up the bigoted JNU research scholar up from his native village in Bihar. But not before he had struck damaging blows at the idea of Bharat, besides threatening the majority with dire consequences.
Nothing could have been more disconcerting or seditious than his open instigation to lacerate the body and soul of Bharat, so that it bleeds to death. In another disquieting development, Islamic supremacists are now baying for a theocratic state on the lines of the ISIS, reviving a pernicious mindset that had carved out Pakistan from the mother country.
The protest venue has practically turned into a hotbed of sedition within the heart of India as an appendage of Pakistan. How long will the nation tolerate such sustained assaults on its very existence? Apologists of the mastermind have jumped into TV debates, taking a high moral stand in shrilly defending his brazen calls to dismember India.
In a well planned tactical move, these women are resorting to a public display of the tricolour to burnish their seeming patriotic credentials.
Lately a leftist film maker from Bengal, extending support to the rabble rousers, demonized the Indian Army, comparing it with its Pakistani counterpart. His outrageous utterances will not stand a moment’s scrutiny. How convenient it is for these ‘intellectuals’ to gloss over the slaughter of three million Bengali Hindus in 1971, by the depraved psychopaths in khaki, which will go down as the second worst genocide after the Holocaust. Then six million Jews perished in the Nazi gas chambers. Perhaps his selective amnesia is comfortable with the forced exodus of half a million Kashmiri pundits from their homeland in the early nineties, and the horrific mutilation of Capt Saurabh Kalia and his men by Pakistan, a malignant cancer growing by the side of India.
Some online news portals, sinking to the lowest ever depths, have made light of the mastermind’s treasonable utterances as nothing out of the ordinary. One of them is operated by the selfsame author of the fabricated coup story against the Indian Army which backfired, but has left him unscathed, thanks to the vagaries of a soft state. India is most certainly at war with itself, having more to fear its internal enemies than any external adversary. They have come together in the garb of so called secular and human rights activities, left-liberals, political jihadists, all the while inciting rebellion and backstabbing India.
However, mullahs and their followers, having set the nation on fire and fearing punitive and legal action, quietly receded into the background, placing women and children at the forefront of these protests, in order to garner public sympathy. In a well planned tactical move, these women are resorting to a public display of the tricolour to burnish their seeming patriotic credentials. Will these tokenisms white wash their insidious attacks on democratic institutions and the judiciary, besides bolstering divisive forces? How can all those who attack the Citizens Amendment Act (CAA) on the flimsiest of grounds, brush aside the historic welcome accorded to persecuted communities like the Jews, Christians, Zoroastrians and even Muslims by India, over the centuries, certifying it as the most tolerant country in the world.
If Hate-India protests now occupy centre-stage, can the Pakistani Army ISI be far behind?
Aiding and abetting them are the highly disruptive voices of billionaires, mediocre hacks masquerading as ‘erudite’ columnists, pro-Islamic think tanks and watchdogs based in the US and Europe and Bollywood too; the most parasitical and pampered segment of society, with negligible knowledge of the nation’s history or its ground realities. Their impact is magnified by an army of trolls with their hate mongering and a constant barrage of vilification and half truths on the social media, maligning the majority and their patriotism. Every act of perfidy is given a different twist in the name of Islamophobia; a convenient label that hides some of the world’s worst excesses committed by jihadi groups against ‘kafirs.’
One of the more established Bollywood faces, who named his son in honour of a blood thirsty invader, debunked the concept of India as a nation, which he insisted had been gifted by the British. He claims to be a history buff, but with a very poor knowledge and understanding of the subject. Does he not know that the civilizational roots of Bharat go back thousands of years? Julianus Philosophus in an indiafacts.org article, headlined: “Letter to Hindus II– Stick to CAA and NRC no matter what!” writes that “the Mahabharata is the book of the ‘Bharatas’ and specifically of the Kuru descendants of the Bharatas. The ninth chapter of the sixth book (Bheeshma Parva) of this text gives a detailed description of the extent of the Indian subcontinent and calls it ‘Bhaarata.’”
The nation is also badly compromised by the activities of certain high profile lawyers who charge untold millions for a single brief. Their names have been lately linked with the Popular Front of India (PFI), which has allegedly disbursed Rs 120 crore to fan the flames of communalism. Intelligence agencies also reported that radical Islamic bodies like the PFI and SIMI (Students Islamic Movement of India), driven by Hate-India agenda, are behind acts of vandalism, arson and destruction of property in UP, especially in the wake of November 9 Apex Court judgement on Ayodhya, allowing Ram Temple to be built on the disputed structure. Yet the PFI has the temerity to point fingers at those who rightly question its sinister agenda.
Has any Lutyens’ media ever advised agitating women to let their children go to school and not miss out on their studies, instead of being exposed to the cold and pollution?
If Hate-India protests now occupy centre-stage, can the Pakistani Army ISI be far behind? The staggering blows administered by the surgical strike post Uri and air raids on Balakot, the cascading impact of Triple Talaq abolition, Ram Temple construction and abrogation of Article 370, must have so rattled the Pakistani establishment that they were itching to administer the nation a body blow. They did not have to wait for long. In all probability the ISI seized the golden opportunity presented by the CAA to plunge India into anarchy, with the help of its agents and moles, embedded in every layer of the administration and society, leaving a clueless political leadership fumbling and on the defensive.
What is the wisdom of allowing extremely divisive debates on news channels, when half the panellists, supporting the Break India campaign as representatives of Islamist and communal groups, display such irrational hatred and venom towards the Republic?
Far from defending free speech, democracy or the Constitution, these Islamic supremacists, wearing liberal masks, have become the verbal equivalent of the mayhem and violence that the Direct Action Day, called by Jinnah and Suhrawardy, had unleashed in Bengal, prior to Partition. Both the electronic and print media are merrily fanning the flames of fanaticism, without any accountability, thanks to their obsession with anti-national elements and inimical forces. Has any Lutyens’ media ever advised agitating women to let their children go to school and not miss out on their studies, instead of being exposed to the cold and pollution?