Sunday, September 30, 2007

Naxal Ram calling for JD(S) to part ways

Whereas at the center, Naxal Ram asked Congress to fall in line with Left's demands, here he is asking JD(S) to part ways with BJP. How is N.Ram different from the opportunistic politicans?

The Hindu : Opinion / Editorials : An unavoidable divorce
After serving his half term as Chief Minister, H.D. Kumaraswamy evidently sees no incentive to continue this unhappy marriage.

Long break

Comrades, I have taken up a new assignment which will keep me busy for the next one year or so. I will not be able to afford the same amount of time in updating this blog on daily basis. I shall however try my best to post whenever possible. If anyone among you is interested in maintaining this blog, please drop me an email at solarpetal at

Friday, September 28, 2007

Deploy the eminent historians

Chindu calls in the big guns called the "eminent historians" to denounce the Hindu faith. Let us pose the same question to the muslims. Is Islamic faith so fragile that it requires the support of a Babri structure? Or for that matter, if faith is beyond structures, is Romila Thapar advocating that Mecca and Madina may be demolished because it will not have any impact on Islam?

The Hindu : Opinion / Leader Page Articles : Where fusion cannot work — faith and history
To say that the partial removal of an underwater formation in the Palk Straits is going to hurt the faith of millions is not giving faith its due. Is faith so fragile that it requires the support of an underwater geological formation believed to have been constructed by a deity?

Denouncing America

Naxal Ram joins Buddhadeb in denouncing America. They want absolutely nothing to do with America. But Naxal Ram himself got educated in America. He sent his daughter to America for studies.

The Hindu : National : Buddhadeb denounces ‘strategic alliance’
West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on Thursday denounced the “strategic alliance” that India was trying to forge with the United States, saying no country had benefited from an alliance with Washington.

Communists fight for Democracy

What bloody hypocrites. When and where in power, they implement communism and not democracy.

The Hindu : National : CPI for return of democracy in Myanmar
CPI for return of democracy in Myanmar

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Naxal Ram lashes against BJP

The Hindu : Opinion / Editorials : Destructive path
The party[BJP] nevertheless pressed on — rallying and thundering over the Sethusamudram project, passing the usual resolutions on terrorism, minority appeasement, and what not.
... "and what not". What a dismissive tone Naxal Ram has adopted.
On the one hand, the UPA was engaged in a self-destructive war with the Left parties on the civil nuclear cooperation and deepening strategic relations with the United States.
Going against Left is self-destructive. What pontification.
For the BJP to go on the offensive over a decision that can be traced to its own government is a patent absurdity that voters will see through.
What a parody. Such observations are reserved only for BJP, while the Leftist hypocrisy is conveniently swept under the floor.
Worse, party leaders have allowed the most fanatical fringe elements such as the blood-thirsty, fatwa-issuing Ram Vilas Vedanti, a former BJP MP, to set the terms and the pace of their ‘Ram Sethu’ campaign.
No fringe element is representative. Vedanti was an exception, clearly. But Chindu is using a drastic generalization. What justice.

Naxal Ram is the one who is the most fanatical communist element, who is thirsty for Hindu blood.

Chindu wants to take action against Vedanti

Why not against Karunanidhi? Obviously because it is ok to hurt Hindu sentiments. In fact, Naxal Ram came out in support of Karunanidhi. No wonder, he is asking for action against Vedanti.

The Hindu : National : Take action against Vedanti, says Baalu
Union Minister for Shipping, Road Transport and Highways and Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Parliamentary Party leader T.R. Baalu has requested Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil to take immediate preventive legal action against the former BJP MP, Ram Vilas Vedanti, for his repeated “unlawful, undemocratic and provocative remarks” against Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi.

Hail the new master

This article is a clear demonstration of Chindu's boot-licking capabilities. First it sings paeans on Rahul Gandhi and then it talks about how Congress has been working overtime to serve the people. All objectivity and ethics have been dumped for a few paisa.

The Hindu : Front Page : Extend rural job guarantee scheme: Rahul
Barely a day after assuming office, the newly appointed Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi was part of a delegation of office bearers that met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday and urged him to extend the National Rural Employment Employment Guarantee Scheme to all the 600 districts of the country.

This is not the first time that the Congress has taken up issues of
popular interest with the government. In the past party president Sonia
Gandhi has raised the issue of oil price rise, rise in the prices of
essential commodities, free trade agreements, dilution of the Right to
Information and recently, the controversial affidavit filed in the
Supreme Court on the Ramar Sethu project.

Chindu reiterates Communist stand

Chindu reiterates the communist stated position, ever so untiringly.

The Hindu : Front Page : Nothing new in latest reply: Left
In its latest reply, the government has only reiterated its stated position on a majority of issues raised by the Left parties on the India-U.S. civilian nuclear deal, highly placed CPI(M) sources told The Hindu on Wednesday.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Attacks by DMK "alleged"

DMK attack on BJP is still an allegation.

The Hindu : National : Rajnath terms attack “political fascism”
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Rajnath Singh on Sunday described the attack allegedly by Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam workers on the BJP office in Chennai as “political fascism” and said the DMK should stop this.

Chindu understates DMK's outrageous and pre-planned attack

Chindu is projecting the image that the injuries to BJP workers was purely "accidental". It is going to the extent of suggesting the BJP cadre hit themselves.

The Hindu : Front Page : BJP office in Chennai attacked
Miscreants threw stones at the office building, damaging windowpanes.

...his party conducted the stir in a “peaceful manner.”

Mr. Dorairaj said: “A few persons pelted stones. They were instigated
by the BJP members who came out of the office and said something.” The
police officer said he would not call the incident an “attack.”

Sunday, September 23, 2007

"Alleged" DMK goons attack BJP

BJP HQ, Hindu Munnani office attacked in Chennai

Chennai, Sept. 23 (PTI): The BJP headquarters and Hindu Munnani office
in the city were attacked today by alleged DMK supporters protesting
the reported 'fatwa' by former BJP MP Ramvilas Vedanti against DMK
patriarch and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi.

The houses of BJP's Tamil Nadu unit President H Raja and his
father-in-law were also attacked allegedly by DMK men at Karaikudi in
neighbouring Sivaganga District late last night............

There are many more "alleged" DMK men in this article, while the fatwa
is not "alleged", but "reported".

It is funny to see the assertion by Chindu of "alleged" DMK men! In
the TV coverage one could see any number of DMK flags. Besides,
several news websites reported the presence of a DMK state minister, a
local DMK MLA and the DMK mayor of Chennai. Only for Chindu these are
"alleged" DMK fellows!!

Posted by Anonymous to The Chindu at September 23, 2007 9:55 AM

Saturday, September 22, 2007

"Not to help China", clarifies Karat

If we had not known these traitor communists, we would have taken it at face value. Ofcourse, the Chinese Party of India is acting in China's interest. Were the same communists not acting as British stooges while mouthing inanities about the freedom movement.

The Hindu : National : CPI(M) for nuclear power but not for deal with U.S., says Karat
Since a Chinese angle has been given to the controversy recently, Mr. Karat sought to set the record straight. “People say we are against the deal to help China. I want to ask how? China wanted India to sign the Nuclear non-Proliferation Treaty, but we never said that the country should do so,” he said.

Naxal Ram appreciates Karunanidhi

Naxal Ram praises Karunanidhi for questioning Ram's credentials. Surprisingly, the questions raised by Karunanidhi are acceptable while BJP's reaction is communal. Communist double-standards. If Ram was just a myth, I wonder why Naxal Ram is calling himself by that name.

The Hindu : Opinion / Editorials : Sense & sensibility on channel
Chief Minister Karunanidhi has done well to come up with a timely clarification that should put an end to the controversy.

As for the BJP, instead of debating the merits of the Sethusamudram
project and its economic and ecological implications, it has done its
worst to convert the controversy triggered by the now-withdrawn
portions of the Central government’s affidavit and Mr. Karunanidhi’s
remarks, wildly misrepresented, into a religious issue, which it
decidedly is not.

Friday, September 14, 2007

Naxal Ram derides Hindu beliefs on Ram

Faith, politics and the judicial process

Faith-based assertions do not lend themselves to judicial determination and cannot serve as proof in court proceedings.

Naxal Ram has just shot himself in his foot. I am very sure he will not apply the above principle to the minorities.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Naxal Ram silent on Rama Setu issue

Naxal Ram is in a fix. If he supports the government stance that Ram did not exist, he will face inconvenient questions like why he is named so. If Ram did not exist, what about Narasimhan, an even "more mythical" figure?

The government withdrew its petition stating that Ram did not exist owing to the enormous backlash from the Hindu community. But the letters to the editor Naxal Ram keep pouring from stalinist communists. Such letters gain prominent space on this communist rag. This neatly summarizes the editorial policy of Chindu.

Opinion - Letters to the Editor : Ramar Sethu issue

This refers to the Archaeological Survey of India’s submission in the Supreme Court that there is no evidence to prove that Ramar Sethu is man made (Sept. 13). Predictably, the BJP and its cohorts act out their charade of Hindutva-charged nationalism that befools both history and common sense. Marine biologists and geologists assert that there is no man made bridge across the Palk Strait. What exist are the remains of an ancient coral reef. The uproar over the Ramar Sethu offers the BJP an opportunity to restore its faded aura. Ayodhya being a distant dream, and its repeated machinations on the nuclear issue snubbed, the BJP is finding refuge in the Ramar Sethu issue.

T. Marx,

Saturday, September 08, 2007

Fwd: Rising awareness against the red rag

Good you have highlighted this.
I have stopped subscribing this third rated paper from 1st of
october'07 and now i am buying
Indian Express.jayalalitha's press statement has come out in IE.Out of
curiosity i wanted to see whether anything about this is mentioned in
this commie paper but alas not even a small paragraph was devoted to
this.But whereas you can find statements of M.K on bandh in Front
page,Ramadas daily rantings in bold etc.But nothing to beat the news
on Commies.Even if Karat doesnt shit for a day it becomes a Headline
News in this Red tag useless paper.
No wonder this paper is losing readership to Indian Express and deccan
Off late i have started a campaign within my family circles and
friends not to buy this paper.I am proud to say that i was able to
convince my dad who lives in Coimbatore to stop buying this paper.He
was reading this paper from the 50's.

Posted by Anonymous to The Chindu at October 08, 2007 5:05 AM

Traitors get a chance to defend their stance

Sonia lambasts all opposition to the nuclear deal, mainly targeting the Left. This being Chindu, the Left gets an opportunity to come forward with their strong defence. Chindu gives this luxury only to Communists.

The Hindu : Front Page : Sonia defends nuclear deal
Reacting to Ms. Gandhi’s remarks, CPI(M) Polit Bureau member Sitaram Yechury said: “We have been taking our view on the deal to the people openly. They (Congress) also have a right to do so. Let the people decide. There is nothing to take umbrage over her remarks. They (the Congress) are not questioning our integrity and we are also not doing so.”

CPI general secretary A.B. Bardhan said: “The Congress is going into an election mode. It wants to impose an election on the country. It is the Congress which will be responsible if the government falls and an election is imposed on the country. We never said that we are withdrawing our support. We never said that we are going to pull you down.”

CPI secretary D. Raja said: “It appears that the Congress is forcing elections on the people.”

Sunday, September 02, 2007

Fwd: Why was Gokul Chat targeted?

Here is some more vicious and vicarious reporting by Chindu
(synonymous with anti-Hindu).

Andhra Pradesh - Hyderabad

Why was Gokul Chat targeted?

Swathi V.

Mangled softy machine, far flung footwear, congealed blood and an
unbearable stench marked the ravaged "Gokul Chat" on Sunday. Premchand
Vijayvargi, one among the seven family-partners, was pleading hoarse
to be left alone.

"We are humble businessmen and do not in the least know why our eatery
was targeted," he said.

.....Mr Premchand might plead ignorance but the local people link the
incident to the presence of a huge Hindu population in the area and
the proximity of the chat bhandar to Vishwa Hindu Parishad office.

"The region ranging from Esamia Bazar to Badi Chowdi is thickly
populated with North Indian business communities, especially Hindus
from Gujarat and Rajasthan," informs a social worker from the area.
The VHP office standing just about 20 metres behind the blast site
could be another prominent reason, he says. ......
So, you all heard it folks. It is the fault of Hindu population to be
living in their own country. That's why they deserve to be bombed. If
the shops want to be spared of "secular-minority" attacks, they better
avoid areas "with huge Hindu population".

So, next time if some areas around Chindu's office are bombed, it
would mean that it is because of the "Hindu" name board was nearby!

Posted by Anonymous to The Chindu at August 31, 2007 9:23 AM