Hindu dharma is implicitly at odds with monotheistic intolerance. What is happening in India is a new historical awakening... Indian intellectuals, who want to be secure in their liberal beliefs, may not understand what is going on. But every other Indian knows precisely what is happening: deep down he knows that a larger response is emerging even if at times this response appears in his eyes to be threatening.

Friday, June 13, 2008

Planned UPA secularism aiding Islamic terrorism


The minority UPA government under a surrogate de jure Prime Minister and a dictatorial de facto woman Prime Minister from Italy only believes in a government of terror, by terror and for terror. This Islam-embracing government is only committed to the cause of total destruction of Hinduism and the extermination of the Hindu race once for all. The Islamic Terrorists derive their inspiration from the fact that they can totally count on the Official and moral support of the UPA Government in letter and spirit all the time. On the other hand, the Hindus of India are slowly coming to understand that the UPA Government under the stranglehold of a non-Hindu woman impostor from Italy is the greatest enemy in the chequered history of their race.

Yesterday (13-5-2008) was Tuesday. Islamic Terror struck again yesterday in Jaipur in Rajasthan State, at the busiest market, at the busiest hour and it was aimed with chilling precision to kill, maim, and terrify the Hindus of India into crawling submission. According to the latest Official news, more than 60 people were killed and over 150 were grievously injured.

As I said yesterday was Tuesday. Islamic terrorists have always chosen Tuesday to attack Hindu Temples. 5 July, 2005 was a Tuesday. On that day, Islamic terrorists attacked Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya. 7 March, 2006 was a Tuesday. On that day, Sankat Vimochan Temple was thrice (3) blasted by bombs killing 20 persons and injuring over 100 people. 11 July, 2006 was also a Tuesday. On that day, there were 7 blasts in local trains in Mumbai.

B Raman, the country's foremost terrorism expert and columnist, has rightly said, `Jihadis have a great sense of timing. The way the serial blasts were orchestrated shows that it were well thought out. Early reports suggest that there could be a link of serial blasts in Jaipur with the tenth anniversary of the Pokhran-II nuclear tests. Today is tenth anniversary of the nuclear tests. These blasts could be to send across the message that India may have nuclear power but you are powerless against terrorism... It is too early to say anything more but one cannot overlook the timing. The jihadi mind works like that. They attach importance to the dates of history. Pokhran is in Rajasthan and so they may have selected the state capital'.

Cycle bombs were used on 8 September, 2006 in Malegon in Maharashtra, killing 38 persons and injuring more than 100 people. Likewise, cycle bombs were used on 19 November, 2007 in Civil Courts of Varnasi, Lucknow and Faizabad in UP, killing 13 persons and injuring more than 40 people. For the third time, cycle bombs were used yesterday (13-5-2008) in Jaipur killing 60 persons and injuring more than 150 people.

Yesterday (13-5-2008) the series of 6 terrorist blasts started at 7.20 p.m. at Manak Chowk and Badi Chaupad in Jaipur City. Two persons were killed. After 3 minutes, there was the next blast at 7.23 pm at Badi Chaupad. A rickshawala and his passenger were killed. This was followed by blasts at 7.28 pm at Hanuman Temple (4 killed and several injured), at 7.28 pm at Tripolia Market (4 killed), at 7.30 pm at Johori Bazar (2 killed and several injured) and finally at 7.35 pm at Hanuman Temple, Chandpole. Hanuman Temple was blasted by a most powerful bomb and 15 persons were instantaneously killed. The police succeeded in defusing three bombs, two in Johori Bazar area and one in Raja Park.

Our impotent Man (hopefully perhaps!) de jure Prime Minister and insolent de facto Italian woman Prime Minister would have had a sound sleep yesterday night especially after hearing the news from Jaipur for three reasons; a) Maximum number of innocent Hindus were the `deserving' (from the congress point of view!) victims b) The Hindus had committed the politically unpardonable and non-secular (communal!) crime of coming together in large numbers at a Hanuman Temple on a Tuesday. c) Rajasthan is a non-congress ruled State. Sonia Gandhi displayed Hitler-like Nazi arrogance when she called Gujarat State as a Godse-Land. I have no doubt that she and her servile secular mafia of mass media would like to call Rajasthan also as a Godse-Land.

According to the sworn anti-Hindu Sonia Congress Party, UPA stands for Green Doves of Peace and Humanity unlike the BJP which only stands for Saffron Hawks and inhumanity. To say the least, this is nothing but calculated and mean political perversion, humbug and chicanery at its pseudo-secular worst.

If we carefully sift the facts and analyse the history of Islamic terrorist attacks during the last 30 years, we can clearly see that all the mass Islamic terrorist attacks took place only during Congress Rule. The BJP's criticism of the Manmohan Singh UPA Government's anti-terror record is not without relevant and solid basis if we carefully pay attention to the known facts.

If we care to look at the history of terrorism in India, we can clearly draw a distinction between the terrorist campaigns with a clear political motive and the wave of terrorist attacks in recent times with no apparent political motive. Those with a stated political agenda like the Khalistani Terrorist Attacks of the 1980s, the Fidayeen attacks by J&K based groups on political and government targets, the Naxalite attacks and the assorted insurgent groups in the North East have all been active over the decades but none of these groups ever indulged in co-ordinated attacks of mass terror aimed at causing maximum public casualities save the odd plane bombing by the Khalistanis.
When we take a critical look at the chronology of serial attacks of mass terror in India, particularly ever since the Sonia-controlled minority UPA government came to power in 2004, we become aware of the chilling reality

that the UPA government has been and still is the chief political promoter of Islamic terrorism in India. This fact became clear when in order to oblige the Islamic terrorists, the UPA Government revoked the POTA in 2004. The compassion shown by the UPA Government towards the terrorist Afzal Guru who attacked Parliament and who has been sentenced to death by the Supreme Court is a classical instance in point. The fall out effect of this soft attitude towards Islamic terrorism can be seen from the chronology of acts of terrorism presented below:

  • 25 August, 2007: Bombs rip through crowded public areas in the city of Hyderabad, killing at least 30 people.

  • May 2007: A bomb at a historic Hyderabad mosque kills 11 people.

  • February 2007: Bombs detonate on train headed through northern India for Pakistan, killing 68 people.

  • September 2006: At least 30 people are killed and 100 injured in twin blasts at a mosque in Malegaon in western India.

  • July 2006: Seven bombs on Mumbai commuter trains kill more than 200 and injure more than 700 others.
  • March 2006: Twin bombings at a train station and a temple in the holy city of Varanasi kill 20 people. Kashmiri militants are blamed.

  • October 2005: Three bombs placed in busy New Delhi markets one day before Diwali kill 62 people and wound hundreds. India blames Kashmiri militants.

The Sonia Congress Party has been guilty of deep and deliberate delinquency in dealing with terrorism. The pseudo-secular anti-Hindu mafia of mass media in India are guilty of a Conspiracy of `Silence and Doublespeak' in holding the Congress and UPA Government responsible and accountable for the above acts of terrorism.

What is the solution to this problem of organized Islamic terrorism? I fully endorse the view of Sri B S Raghavan IAS in this context:
`Analogous to the CBI and the IB, a new Central Counter-Terrorism Bureau should be established, vesting it with the entire range of duties and responsibilities to extirpate terrorism, and with power and authority to override States' jurisdiction in its best judgment. In order to make it strong and effective, its functioning should be made totally independent of, and fully immune from, political meddling, manipulation and machinations, except for the Government's right to institute inquiries into any abuse or misuse of authority. The government also owes it to their sovereign masters, the people, and to itself, to put on the statute book a special law for curbing terrorism, providing for summary trial akin to military tribunals, and detention without bail until the trials are completed. There should be only one chance to appeal and that too only on substantive points of law, and on conviction, the perpetrators should be given deterrent punishment of death or lifelong incarceration. It is totally unacceptable that the trial of accused in the devastating serial Mumbai blasts of 1993 dragged on 15 years after the event. Any further shying away from its paramount duty would expose the government to the charge of dereliction and betrayal of the safety and security of the nation. The no-holds-barred measures against terrorists set by the world's two tested and long-standing democracies, the UK and the USA, must be equally good, if not even better, for the world's most vulnerable and fragile one'.
The emerging scenario, in fact, calls for a law stronger than the Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) which was misguidedly repealed in order to retain the vote banks. The taunt that the existence of POTA did not stop terrorist acts is easily answered: No law is proof against commission of any offence. The existence of the Indian Penal Code has not prevented commission of murder, rape and the like; the Prevention of Corruption Act has not banished corruption. It is also disingenuous to claim, as those seeking to soft-pedal action against Islamist terrorists do, that the existing laws will do. A more rigorous law strengthening the hands of the investigative agencies providing for quick and deterrent punishment will certainly help prevent terrorism from assuming more deadly proportions. As regards the possibility of its misuse, the civil society should be trusted to exercise constant vigilance so that instances of harassment of any particular community are taken up for inquiry and appropriate remedial action without delay. The absence of determined action against terrorism is bound to lead to violent upheavals by people in their desperation at the dithering of the anti-Hindu UPA government.

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