Friday, December 14, 2007

Rath yatra represented anti-muslim pogrom : Avidya

After a point, the humor is all lost and the stupidity gets annoying. Knowing Avidya's intellectual levels, I coulc have laughed at it and ignored it.

The Hindu : Opinion / Leader Page Articles : An ideological family in ferment
The second went farther than anyone thought possible. Mr. Modi took Mr. Advani’s metaphorical rath to its inevitable, logical destination — to Gujarat and to the anti-Muslim pogrom of 2002. Mr. Advani laid the foundation and Mr. Modi built upon it. The conflagration brought Mr. Modi unprecedented popularity in Gujarat even as it damaged him nationally and internationally. Through all this, Mr. Advani stood by him.

Had the Advani-Modi combination continued on this destructive path, none should have been happier than the head of the family. Alas each had a mind of his own, and each was ambitious, wanting a future larger and brighter than what was allowed in the Sangh’s scheme of things.
Why does she not apply similar inferences to Shah Bano case, Haj subsidies, Afzal Guru case, Danish cartoon protests, Taslima Nasreen issue, or any of the several thousand instances of muslim intransigence representing the jihadi quest for muslim domination.

I wonder what Avidya was smoking to see the rath as the "logical" symbol of anti-muslim pogrom.

Is not the genocide of poor people in Nandigram a logical outcome of communists coming to power?
Mr. Advani was ever the Jinnah man — no matter how much he harked back to Hindutva and how much he defended Mr. Modi, that hate ideology’s most recognised face.
Avidya categorises Hindutva as hate ideology. On the other hand, the Supreme Court ruled that "Ordinarily, Hindutva is understood as a way of life or a state of mind and is not to be equated with or understood as religious Hindu fundamentalism. It is obvious that the real hate ideologist is Avidya, the extreme leftist terrorist and staunch anti-Hindu.
The Sangh parachuted him into Ahmedabad knowing his taste for communal politics. Today, he has grown into a Frankenstein’s Monster that it cannot control.

These allegations are a direct result of the monster that is the communist indoctrination. It is fair to call Naxal R and his bunch of loonies as extreme leftist terrorists for their unadulterated hatred against Hindus. What a pity that this newspaper goes by the name of "The Hindu".

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

There is yet another "analysis" by this reporer in today's Chindu writing eloquently about the "math" working in favour of Congress in Gujarat. Wonder how much Chindu should be spending on these staff just to project the pet view points of the Editor-in-Chief.