Trump rally in California!

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The Turkish Origins Of India’s Partition | Abhijit Chavda | Genocide Of Kashmiri Hindus |Moplah Riot

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India in in the throes of an existential crisis

I was banned for 12 hours by the twitter when I expressed that the Hindus never got their land in 1947 and the largest religion in the world have no place to stay. My suggestive solution was, according to twitter, a violation of their rule. So I wont repeat it here.

I published an article entitled “Pakistan-Bangladesh plan a Mughalistan to split India” in 2008 and republished the same in 2012. See my article:

This issue has become more relevant since the unchecked migration of Mohammedans from Bangladesh and Mayanmar and even Pakistan.

The people thronging into India include mostly Mohammedans and they are causing grave crisis in neighboring and far off states as well. The culture and traditions of such states as Assam have been severely affected and they agitate for the expulsion of non-

Some of the non-Assamese include Bengali Hindus and there are Hindus from Bengal who say that the Assamese should not ask for their ejection. It is impossible to separate a Muslim Bengali who would falsely swear as a Hindu yet practice Mohammedanism.

The introduction of Citizenship Amemdment Act and the National Citizenship Register has suddenly brought to fore the simmering conflict between Hindus and the Mohammedans who do not want to go back to Bangladesh, Mayanmar or Pakistan.

What is their objection?

The CAA allows for the illegally entered Hindus to stay in India because of severe persecution against Hindus in Muslim countries. However this act does not allow Hindus from Srilanka such a privilege.

The Muslims claim being partial to Hindus who crossed over from Pakistan and Bangladesh is discriminatory and illegal under the Secular Socialist Constitution. They thus have the support of secular (name’s sake) Hindus. This has polarised India.

Let us understand its genesis. In 1947 when the Britishers were ready to leave India they were about to partition the land between Hindus and Mohammedans. But the secular traitors of the Congress under Gandhi, Nehru, Patel and Rajaji seized it away from Hindus and made it secular.

Secular India meant the inclusion of Mohammadans who were getting a huge chunck of land on the plea that they would not live as subject of Hindu State. However there was no population exchange and overwhelming Mohammedans stayed in India because of India opted to be a secular state and not a Hindu state.

Pakistan created genocide of Hindus as also in Bangladesh in 1971 and thereafter but this history is never told in India both by the Secular govt. and their kept press.

Both Pakistan and Bangladesh as also Mayanmar follow retrograde economics which created large unemployment and poverty and this resulted in mass migration of population into India. There is a limit to which India can absorb such influx.

The psyche of Mohammedans is that they would use secularism to gain their existence in foreign soil but agitate later to create a Muslim nation under their Sharia law. This is clearly codified in their scriptures.

Wherever Muslims are close to 50% they violently agitate to divide the country. They are doing it in Kashmir, Assam. Northeast will stand no chance of being part of Indian union once Assam is gone.

They are just moments away in Kerala and other parts of India. The Congress experiment in Secularism which the BJP follows implicitly is tearing apart our nation. Bring CAA has given a handle for the fissiparous tendencies to break the nation.

There is no way the govt. has wherewithal to implement the Act which is going to be a paper act, a toothless act. They have to admit the folly of making this nation a secular one instead of a Hindu Dhaarmic country.

Hindus have an existential crisis at hand. It is time they pick up the thread of fight again alien rule which has changed its shirt in 1947 but remained in tact as the body and soul with its secularism and anti-Hinduism and globalism as its swabhaava. You fight this menace or perish.

Unfortunately there is no statesman to advocate that the country revert back to Dharmabhoomi with an economy that respects the land and its people. We have large population and the arable land is very sacred for our existence.

We cannot afford to damage its culture by leaving it into large industrial pollution without which you cannot compete in global market.

Competing in global market results in subjecting ourselves the uncertainties in the competing global market which is trecherous. We end up producing things others want and not what we require and end up in glut of unsold goods and unimaginable pollution of the unsold goods while we dont produce what we need.

Severe unemployment is a certainty and in a country of teeming millions this is a terrible. There is no purushartha in Secularism. The so called Humanism of the Mohammedans means cut-throat to Hindus.

The solution to our problem remains in the abandonment of the unworkable Nehruvian constitution and rewriting it in such a way that we wont have to keep amending it a million times every six months as has happened. Indian Constitution is the most bulky one and it helps only the Lawyers and judges who fancifully interpret and reinterpret only to inflict pain on the people.

I am dedicating this article to the youngest of my followers @kesar_akankasha whose generation would own this country. I am also publishing this in my website so this remains available for posterity.

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Raja Dahir: The Forgotten Hindu King | स्कूल की किताबों से क्यों गायब यह हिन्दू राजा (English CC)

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BLAST FROM THE PAST: My posting dated November 16, 2015

Documents reveal Nehru govt shared information on Netaji with Britain’s MI5

Here is how the kept press of India gives news without news!

NEW DELHI: Not only did the Nehru government snoop on Netaji Subhas Bose but also shared confidential information with British intelligence agency MI5. Recently, declassified documents reveal India’s Intelligence Bureau shared with MI5 a letter between close Netaji aide AC Nambiar and nephew Amiya Nath Bose acquired through “secret censorship” and even sought more information on the subject.

The MI5 documents have become public at a time when Indian secret documents reveal that the late PM Jawarharlal Nehru had authorized surveillance on freedom fighter Netaji Bose’s family including nephews Amiya Bose and Sisir Kumar Bose.


There was a time when strong doubts persisted if Netaji was still alive or indeed dead in that airplane accident. The British Intelligence must have had pursued the matter further at Kabul and at Tehran for ascertaining the truth about the report of Netaji’s arrival at Moscow and submitted their findings to the GoI. But no report of such follow-up action was placed either before the Shah Nawaz Committee or the Khosla Commission. The Government under Mrs. Gandhi told Khosla Commission that many confidential files of Nehru connected with the reports about Netaji were either missing or destroyed. These files were dealt with by the personal secretary of Pandit Nehru – Mohammad Yunus . These files are still with this man and NOT in the public archives of the GoI. Can anyone believe it?

The British intelligence team informed their Government that Pandit Nehru “received a secret communication from Bose”. This report was confirmed by a witness, Shri Shyamlal Jain of Meerut, while he deposed before Khosla Commission. In 1945-46, Shri Jain was working as a confidential steno of Asaf Ali (remember him? The traitor who handed over a ship-load of weapons to Pakistan, purchased by the GoI!) who was Secretary to the INA Defense Committee with Bhulabhai Desai as its Chairman and Pandit Nehru as one of its prominent members. This confidential steno of the INA Defense Committee, in the course of his deposition, made a shocking revelation about Nehru’s attitude toward Netaji.
Shri Jain told Khosla Commission:
“I solemnly affirm and state on oath that one evening (the date may be Dec. 26 or 27, 1945) I was called by Shri Jawaharlal Nehru on telephone to come to the residence of Shri Asaf Ali with a typewriter as he had a lot of work to be typed by me, which I complied. After getting some papers typed by me, Shri Jawaharlal Nehru drew out a paper from the pocket of his achkan and asked me to make four copies of it for him. The said paper was a hand-written matter and was somewhat difficult to read. Now, what was written on that paper, I am trying to reproduce from my memory:”
“Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose proceeding by aeroplane from Saigon arrived today, August 23, 1945 at Dairen (Manchuria) at 1:30 afternoon. The said plane was a Japanese bomber plane. It was full of gold in the shape of bars, ornaments and jewelry. Netaji carried two attache cases, one in each hand. On alighting from the plane, Netaji took tea with bananas. When Netaji finished tea, he along with four others, out of which one was a Japanese named General Shidei (and others have lapsed from memory), took their seats in a jeep standing nearby. The said jeep proceeded toward Russian territory. After about 3 hours the said jeep returned and informed the pilot of the plane who flew back to Tokyo.”
“After handing over the said paper to me for typing, Shri Jawaharlal Nehru went to Mr. Asaf Ali and remained busy in conversation with him for 10 or 15 minutes…I could not complete the work, because the name of the writer on that letter was not readable, and I kept waiting for Shri Jawaharlal to come and tell me the name. In the meantime, I went through the letter several times and that is all that I could remember to the present day. Shri Jawaharlal could not discern the name of the writer and asked me to pull out the papers and hand them over as they were.

“I solemnly affirm and state on oath that thereafter Shri Jawaharlal Nehru gave me four papers from his writing pad to make four copies of a letter, which he would dictate to me on typewriter, which I also complied. The contents of the letter, as far as I could remember, were as follows:

“To Mr.Clement Attlee,
Prime Minister of Britain,
10 Downing Street, London.
Dear Mr. Attlee:

I understand from a reliable source that Subhas Chandra Bose, your war criminal, has been allowed to enter Russian territory by Stalin. This is a clear treachery ad betrayal of faith by the Russians. As Russia has been an ally of the British-Americans, it should not have been done. Please take note of it and do what you consider proper and fit.
Yours sincerely,
Jawaharlal Nehru.”

One has to rub one’s eyes many times to read and then to believe what Shri Jain told the Khosla Commission. Can the evidence of Shri Jain be relied upon? It appears as unthinkable that Pandit Nehru could stoop down so low to ask Mr. Attlee to see that “their war criminal Bose” was buried alive in Russia. But from the circumstantial facts the testimony of Jain cannot be discarded as a figment of any ugly imagination.

1. The British Intelligence affirmed that Pandit Nehru received a secret communication from Netaji and Jain confirmed it further without knowing anything about this secret report.
2. Col. Tada, one of the principal architects of Netaji’s escape plan confided to S.A. Iyer in 1951 that the Japanese agreed to make necessary arrangements to convey Netaji to Russian territory across the border of Manchuria.
3. Neither the Government Counsel appearing before the Inquiry Commission, nor Mr. Khosla either challenged or refuted the veracity of Jain’s testimony.
4. Most of the secret files about Netaji, that were maintained by Pandit Nehru himself as “P.M.’s special” files, one of which included all communications connected with INA Defense Committee, were reported by the Government as “either missing or destroyed”. It will not be easy to presume that Netaji’s communication to Nehru and a copy of Nehru’s letter to Attlee have also been destroyed.
5. Pandit Nehru’s attitude toward Netaji completely changed after he met Mountbatten at Singapore in 1946. Late Amritlal Seth, former editor of the Gujarati Daily Janmabhumi, who accompanied Nehru during his visit to Singapore told late Sarat Chandra Bose immediately after his return from Singapore that Panditji was warned by the British Admiral that, according to his report, ‘Bose’ did not die in the alleged air crash and if Nehru played up too high with the legends of Bose and demands for re-absorption of the INA in the Indian Army, he would be taking the risk of presenting India on a platter to Bose when he reappeared.
6. The report of Amritlal Seth is corroborated by two facts. On arrival at Singapore Pandit Nehru was given a rousing reception by the INA there, when Panditji agreed to their request to place a wreath on the INA Martyr Monument, which was demolished under orders from Mountbatten immediately after British re-occupation of Singapore…Strangely, next day, Nehru refused to attend the INA Martyr Memorial ceremony organized at Singapore. About three decades later, Mountbatten boastfully stated in the ‘Nehru Oration’ speech that Nehru acted very compliantly on his advice regarding the treatment about the INA.
7. After his return from Singapore, Nehru never uttered a word about Netaji for over a decade even after he became the Prime Minister of India. Till fifties, AIR was instructed not to cover any special talk on Netaji or broadcast any news about Netaji’s birthday, exceeding a few minutes. All army barracks were prohibited from displaying any portrait of Netaji and this ban-order continued for years even after withdrawal of the British Power.
8. After coming to power, Pandit Nehru got all the secret British reports which informed the Wavell Government that Bose reached Russia, but as Prime Minister of India he never inquired anything publicly about these reports from the Russian Government.
9. Nehru all along opposed any demand of a full-fledged judicial inquiry about the Netaji mystery and appointed Shah Nawaz Committee mainly for the purpose of scuttling the move for a non-official inquiry about Netaji under the chairmanship of Dr. Radha Benode Pal.
Thus, Nehru’s changed attitude lends credence to the testimony of Shyamlal Jain.

How Nehru, Gandhi treated Netaji and India’s independence

The contribution made by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose towards the achievement of freedom in 1947 was no less, and perhaps far more important than that of Mohandas Gandhi

by Dipin Damodharan /
History is like that, it always shows leaning towards the ruling class. It happened in the case of India too. When the Indian National Congress (INC) came to power in 1947 after India’s independence, they had distorted Indian history in their own way.

And the true national hero, many historians call him the real father of modern India, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose moved out to trash bin. India’s first Prime Minister, also the creator of the country’s many problems including Kashmir, had tried his level best to put Netaji in the hidden shades of history.

In other words we can say Nehru’s congress and independent India had shown unpardonable ingratitude to the real man behind India’s freedom. ViewsPost tries to go back to some historical facts to expose the betrayers (including Nehru) of Netaji.

Lt. Manwati Arya, Rani Jhansi Regiment, Ex. INA (Indian National Army), candidly exposes many facts regarding the ant-Netaji policy of Congress and Nehru in her 2010 book, Judgment, No Air crash, No Death.

In this book she says that Jawaharlal Nehru had given a very cold response to initiate any action to decipher the truth about Netaji’s death.

Lt. Manwati Arya also explains that the Nehru government had adopted an anti-Netaji policy to banish steadily the contributions of Netaji and his struggle against the British rule for the independence of the country.

Nehru’s shoddy plans

Nehru’s substandard actions to insult Netaji had no boundaries. The ‘great’ prime minister of India had also tried to put a ban for hanging up Netaji’s portraits in public places including offices and army mess halls.
“I also asked Attlee about the extent to which their decision to quit India was influenced by Gandhiji’s activities. On hearing this Attlee’s lips widened in a smile of disdain and he uttered slowly, putting strong emphasis on each single letter: ‘MI-NI-MAL’.”

In a confidential memo dated February 11, 1949, under the signature of Major General P N Khandoori, the government recommended:”The photos of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose be not displayed at prominent places, Unit Lines, Canteens, Quarter Guards or Recreation rooms.”

Lt. Manwati Arya, in her book on Netaji, remembers that during her talks in All India Radio (AIR) she was always briefed by her programme producers, without fail, about the national policy to be careful and not mention any reference of the INA including the name of Netaji in her discourse on AIR.

All these actions were to be expected from Nehru, a prime minister heavily favoured by the British, at the same time, he had no legacy to project himself as a proud freedom fighter.

Nehru had succeeded in getting support for his anti-Netaji policies even from Netaji’s comrades in INA like Shah Nawaz Khan, S A Ayer etc. These people betrayed Netaji for cheap positions offered by Nehru in the then government.

Remember, Shah Nawaz Khan was the chairman of National Inquiry Committee (NIC) constituted by Nehru in 1956.
The ‘great’ prime minister of India had also tried to put a ban for hanging up Netaji’s portraits in public places including offices and army mess halls
Real man behind freedom
Who is the real father or the man behind India’s freedom? This question is always controversial.

Many eminent historians had neglected the over-exaggerated projection of Mohandas Gandhi as the father of modern India. Dr R C Majumdar in his book, History of the Freedom Movement in India (1948), put forward:
“The honour and esteem with which every Indian regarded the members of the INA, offered a striking contrast to the ill-concealed disgust and contempt for those sepoys (soldiers) who refused to join the INA and remained true to their so-called salt. The British came to realize that they were sitting on the brink of a volcano which may erupt at any moment.
It is highly probable that this consideration played an important role in their final decision to quit India in 1947. So the members of the INA did not die or suffer in vain, and their leader Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose has secured a place of honour in the history of India’s struggle for freedom.”

In the same book, Majumdar candidly states that “the contribution made by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose towards the achievement of freedom in 1947 was no less, and perhaps far more important than that of Mohandas Gandhi, and I hope true historians and all lovers of truth now accept this view.

From the horse’s mouth
Clement Attlee was the Prime Minister of Britain when India got freedom in 1947. Therefore his words on Netaji have relevant and important than any proof.

Attlee had a visit to Kolkata When P B Chakraborti was the acting governor of West Bengal. The following are the words selected from Chakraborty’s thanks note (dated March 30, 1976) for the publication of Dr R C Majumdar’s book.

“I had then a long talk with Attlee about the real grounds for the voluntary withdrawal of the British from India. I put it straight to him like this:
The Quit India movement of Gandhiji practically died out long before 1947 and there was nothing in Indian situation at that time which made it necessary for the British to leave India in a hurry? Why did you then do so?
In reply Attlee cited several reasons, the most important of which are the activities of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose which weakened the very foundations of the attachment of the Indian land and naval forces to the British Government.
I also asked Attlee about the extent to which their decision to quit India was influenced by Gandhiji’s activities.
On hearing this Attlee’s lips widened in a smile of disdain and he uttered slowly, putting strong emphasis on each single letter: ‘MI-NI-MAL’.”

But all these historical facts have been neglected by our history text books penned by pseudo-historians.

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“Shashi Tharoor called Mehr Tarar ‘my darlingest’; Sunanda Pushkar had 15 injury marks” – Delhi court told

Sunanda Pushkar, 51, was found dead in a suite of a luxury hotel in Delhi’s Chanakyapuri on the night of January 17, 2014. Her husband, Shashi Tharoor, is accused of abetting her alleged suicide.

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File picture: Congress leader Shashi Tharoor with Sunanda Pushkar  |  Photo Credit: IANS


  • Sunanda Pushkar was found dead in a Delhi hotel in 2014
  • Delhi Police told a court that Sunanda Pushkar was suffering from mental agony
  • The Delhi Police had charged Shashi Tharoor under Sections 498-A (husband or his relative subjecting a woman to cruelty) and 306 (abetment of suicide) of the IPC

New Delhi: Sunanda Pushkar, who was found dead in a Delhi hotel in 2014, was suffering from mental agony because of a tense relationship with her husband and Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, the Delhi Police told a court on Tuesday.

Notably, Tharoor is accused of abetting the alleged suicide of his wife Sunanda Pushkar.

During arguments on framing of charges against Tharoor, Special Public Prosecutor Atul Shrivastava mentioned in the court that Pushkar was not only disturbed because of her fights with her husband but also due to his relation with Pakistani journalist Mehr Tarar.

While justifying its charge against Tharoor, the prosecution told the court that the former Union minister had addressed Mehr Tarar as “My darlingest” in letters written to her.

Tharoor is, at present, on bail in the case. The Delhi Police had charged him under Sections 498-A (husband or his relative subjecting a woman to cruelty) and 306 (abetment of suicide) of the Indian Penal Code.

As per the post-mortem, the cause of Pushkar’s death was poisoning, the probe agency told special judge Ajay Kumar Kuhar. It added that there were 15 injury marks on various parts of her body.

“The post-mortem conducted by All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) opined that the cause of death was poisoning. The report also says that there were 15 antemortem injuries on her body,” the public prosecutor said.

The prosecutor further noted that the statement as given by Pushkar’s friend and journalist Nalini Singh also confirms that the relation between Sunanda Pushkar and Shashi Tharoor was strained. Nalini Singh’s statement is part of the charge sheet.

“I got a call from Sunanda who was crying and sobbing. I told her Mehr Tarar was nothing and she was everything. She wanted to take revenge from Tharoor and Tarar. There was a lot of bad publicity in the media. She told she helped Tharoor a lot in the IPL matter. She had found some messages between Tarar and Tharoor. She refused to go to their house and instead went to the Leela hotel. The relation between the couple was very bad,” Nalini Singh had said in her statement.

The prosecutor also apprised the court of finding an e-mail written by Tharoor to Tarar addressing the Pakistani journalist as “my darlingest”.

“Such type of language was used. There are various letters which show how intimate Tharoor and Tarar were with each other,” he said.

Senior advocate Vikas Pahwa, who appeared for Tharoor, snubbed the submissions, saying he did not know about any such e-mail.

Next hearing is on August 31. The maximum punishment for the offence is 10 years of imprisonment.

On the night of January 17, 2014, 51-year-old Sunanda Pushkar was found dead in a suite of the Hotel Leela in Delhi’s Chanakyapuri. Her death had left everyone shocked as it happened shortly after a bitter spat between the couple over Twitter, over Tharoor’s alleged affair with Tarar.

The couple was staying at the hotel as Tharoor’s official bungalow was undergoing renovation at that time.

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