On Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 6:13 AM, Rabinder Koul <email@example.com> wrote:
The Enemy Within
The struggle for the survival of the Bhartiya Sanskruti is not an ordinary struggle, by all symptoms it is a war. In which one side of the combatants are those who love and adore their Sanskritee like their very Mother. They want to nurture it and step in to future with this sanskritee as its anchor. The other side, the one in opposition is composed of four groups, even though in actuality they only three in number. The only commonality among these three is their hate for the BhAratiya sanskritee and their dream of destroying it. They have nothing else in common; in fact they will struggle to destroy each other once they succeed in their first goal. These three are Christists, Islamists, and the Indian Communists, not necessarily in that order.
Indian communists think they can survive and progress with out KEEPING PAST AS ITS ANCHOR effectively starting from a clean slate and developing a communist state. Even with out starting from a clean slate, the communists have failed everywhere. They will definitely fail if the nation has no roots, no identity, no heroes from past no ethos of its own, no pride and strength from its past. A nation, who has been struggling by trying to negate its past and trying to borrow a new identity, is Pakistan and Bangladesh. Both are failed states, they have no national pride rooted in the achievements of its long past. For everything a Pakistani could be proud of, they want to throw away is of Hindu (I include Buddhists, Jains, etc) in origins, and the rest which they want to own, falls in the domain of foreign countries. Hence their constant struggles to borrow that foreign identity from Arabia/Turkey etc. Communist India, with a clean slate will be even worse. The national character can not be built from the ruins with a negative self-image.
This group, in their personal arrogance, is burdened under the shame of recent history. They feel no sense of association with the past and want to destroy that past so that their colonial masters give them a dog-biscuit as a reward. They form a core group of the opposition and are formidable and dangerous opponents, as they use and are used in turn, by foreign Hindu haters in pushing their agenda. That these groups have been systematically looking towards their foreign masters for their orders was made amply clear by the recent declassification of secret files from Soviet Union, the Mitrokhin Archives, and the moneys they receive from China. It is also evident from their role during the (physical) independence struggle from the colonial rule. (We still need mental independence from the colonial and Islamic period).
The other two groups in opposition, for the obvious reasons of converting the Hindu Nation, are Islamists and the Christists. They are clearly on the path of subversion of the Hindu sanskritee, as these are dictates of their faith. In the process they also gain suzerainty over the civilizational colonies.
Of these three the Indian communists are the most dangerous as they form constitutes an enemy who is not only living among us but may be living in the same homes as us. This enemy becomes doubly difficult to tackle effectively; as it will involve our own households.
If we have to win this war, it has to be won on many fronts, intellectual, Political, economic, ideological and public relations. It will require Kama, Krodha, Bhedha, Dandha and use of every other means to win this war. The least every one of us who loves our civilization is to be aware of these communists and do not give them a safe ground to stand on. I think they must be shunned, boycotted, condemned, and exposed at each and every level. There can be compromises made only at the cost of our own peril. They must feel to be on the defensive, so that people like Nilotpal Basu can not expect to get away with out paying the price of subverting the Bhartiya Sanskritee. It is one thing to have an opinion, but yet another thing to act adversely to impact the very idea of a civilization.
Here are the two examples, which has deeper consequences of the sense of Nations hood.