Shady ToIlet paper’s new salvo against India

Here is Times of India newspaper’s Aman ki Asha project. This message was printed on a full-page false cover of the paper on New Year day. (Note: Times of India (ToI) is called ToIlet paper by its readers due to its unethical, anti-national editorial standards.)

Love Pakistan

Feels odd to see those two words side by side doesn’t it?

Terror, hatred and fanaticism somehow sit more comfortably in our minds when we think of the other side of the border.

Words that we’ve been fed in daily doses over the last six decades/ And in greater doses over the last one year.

Shutting our minds to the undeniable truth that people across the border are above all, people. Like us.

So here’s the question. Is there any chance at all, that we could still raise a hand not in anger but greeting?

Depends on who raises the hand first, some of us would say. Also how, whisper a few others. But mostly, it boils down to one simple question.

Why?

Why must we do it? Why do we need them? Why don’t they first say sorrty for what they’ve done? And the answer is simple.

It is easier to say Hi than to say sorry. It’s shorter too.

Besides, there is no rule that says a book has to be closed before a new one is opened. Not even if it’s a history book.

So on the first day of this new year, we’re going make a start. Again.

With Aman ki Asha. A brave, new people-to-people initiative by The Times of India and Pakistan’s Jang Group to bring the people of two fine nations closer together. Culturally, emotionally and peacefully.

Starting with a series of cross-border cultural interactions, business seminars, music and literary festivals and citizen meets that will give the bonds of humanity a chance to survive outside the battlefield of politics, terrorism and fundamentalism.

In the hope that one day, words like Pakistan, India and Love will not seem impossible in the same sentence.

Aman Ki Asha
An Indo-Pak Peace Project
The First Step

This is a pernicious attempt by rabidly anti-national Indian leftists, communists and jholawalas who have infiltrated into English media in droves. India has absolutely nothing to gain by this while Pakistan will benefit immensely. It is designed to defang the Indians and encourage them to recieve blows from Pakistan repeatedly with inertness.

Basically, Pakistani government and the Goras who back them and arm them know very well that the apple cart — Pakistan hitting India repeatedly through terror — can be upset once India makes up its mind to hit back and pay in the same coin. This “south Asian” business and “both are essentially the same people” campaigns are funded by the Goras in India to thwart exactly this possibility. They use TOI and Rediff for this purpose where they have made strategic investments to have editorial control.

It is stupid to think that peace between two countries depends on the goodwill of the two peoples, one of whom is on the recieving end of bomb blasts and shootings orchestrated by the other.

The people and their feelings do not matter at all in these things. It is the governments which drive these as a matter of strategy. The problem lies in the Pakistani ruling junta and its Islamic fanatacism, violence and terror as instruments of foriegn policy. The TOIlet’s communist editors and deranged owner wants to hide this basic fact from ordinary Indians.

Only idiots can think that these kind of issues can be solved by westernised elites of two countries listening to ghazals together in five star hotels. This is a case where common people have more common sense than the “intellectuals” which have appointed themselves as thought leaders of the Indian society.

TOI is an American mouthpiece. Most of this pacifism business — peace at all costs with Muslims and Pakistsan — has been orchestrated by the Anglo Americans in India, right from their propping up of Gandhi and Nehru. Today, they are using Indian leftists — the quintessential anti-nationals — as useful idiots in this game. The idea is to demilitarize the Hindu society completely. This process started after 1857 war with propping up Gandhi to preach non-violence to the victims and the colonised. This TOI campaign is an extension of the same process by the same hostile race.

To get an idea of how stupid this TOI campaign of Aman ki Asha is — which preaches pacificism and goodwill to the victim when the bodies of the Mumbai shootings are still warm — imagine ToI printing the same message for Ruchika’s father Subhash Chander Girhotra to make peace with Rathore after 19 years of bad blood. Here is what it will look like:

Love Rathore

Feels odd to you — Ruchika’s father — to see those two words side by side doesn’t it?

Hatred and a desire for revenge somehow sit more comfortably in your mind when you think of him and what he did.

Words that you’ve been fed in daily doses over the last 19 years. And in greater doses over the last one year when Rathore was let off the hook easily.

Shutting your mind to the undeniable truth that Rathore living in the same town as you is above all, a man. Like you. He eats, sleeps, shits, breaks wind and gets an erection. Like you.

So here’s the question. Is there any chance at all, that you could still raise a hand to him not in anger but greeting?

Depends on who raises the hand first, some of us would say. Also how, whisper a few others. But mostly, it boils down to one simple question.

Why?

Why must you do it? Why do you need him? Why doesn’t he first say sorry for what he has done? And the answer is simple.

It is easier to say Hi than to say sorry. It’s shorter too.

Besides, there is no rule that says a book has to be closed before a new one is opened. Not even if it’s a book of crime against you and your daugther.

So on the first day of this new year, you’re going to make a start. Again.

With Aman ki Asha. a brave, new Girhotra-to-Rathore initiative by The Times of India and a charitable trust run by Rathore to bring you and Rathore – two fine people – closer together. Culturally, emotionally and peacefully.

Starting with a series of cultural interactions, seminars, music and literary festivals and citizen meets that will give the bonds of humanity between the two of you a chance to survive outside the battlefield of mutual hatred.

In the hope that one day, words like Rathore and Love will not seem impossible in the same sentence to you .

Aman Ki Asha
A ToI-Rathore Peace Project
The First Step

This is how absurd this ToI’s message should look to all Indians who refuse to fall into this anti-national trap laid down by this notoriously shady and unethical newspaper with hush-hush Western linkages.

Here is B. Raman’s take on this latest stupidity of the notorious jholawalas of Times of India. He raises eyebrows over TOI’s choice to partner with the Jang Group which he says is as shady in Pakistan as TOI is in India. It seems Americans have made investments in both the newspaper groups and are now just pulling strings of their puppets to trigger social engineering in India.

TOI-Jang Bhai Bhai

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4 responses to “Shady ToIlet paper’s new salvo against India

  1. Deepti

    Aman ki Asha–The most beautiful article i have ever read,,Its a great start..

  2. ToI and GoI have been loving pakis despite the murder of thousands of indians every year by the pakis.

    “Indo-Pak Peace Project” sounds much like ‘Greco-Roman culture’- what was expropriated by the conquering Romans from the defeated Greece.

    Soon ‘Aman Ki Asha’ will become ‘Amanullah Ki Aisha’. Love jihad towards a nation.

    That there are people in India paying daily to be fed crap from ToI is one of the wonders of the current world.

    namaste

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