Traitors everywhere

In our education system controlled by missionaries and communists (due to that idiot Nehru), patriotism and nationalism are considered dirty words. The Hindu students who pass out of these schools have no strategic insight and no sense of nationalism. They are rootless entities who have no vision for thier race and culture. The result: a mercenary outlook to life in which Hindus consider it OK to sell themselves to anyone as long as they get some money or privileges in return. This has lead to the rise of a class of English-speaking traitors in India which bats for the Whites in return for some help in their personal success. These traitors are now everywhere, in media, in politics, in business houses, but they can be easily identified — all their arguments and activities clearly benefit the whites or repeat the Western pont of view and damage the Indian interests. This class of traitors is being actively promoted by the Whites through their awards. Sonia Gandhi and her poodle Sardar Jee are clearly a threat to the security of the Hindu civilisation, but the average Ganga Deen on the street has no clue what is going on.

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  1. Nanu Asari

    Yea, how beautiful and idyllic it’d have been with our gurukulam system, studying under the banyan tree, mentored by the guru on the virtues of life including manu philosophy; oh how wonderful, being so exclusive, part of the just 5% literate and educated cream of motherland. Wow, what a nostalgia! the rumbling of bullock carts, chanting of the brahmin, the slavery of the untouchables, any number of low caste women to play with, controlling vast domains of land doing nothing but enjoying the toil of the backward castes…. That was a reverie, wasn’t it?? Man wake up and smell the coffee: If the missionary introduced and imposed education had not visited our land we’d be like just one of those indigenous tribes in Andaman, you moron.

    • Indian Realist

      What you are saying are church-fed lies to the flock. The reality was totally different — It was actually the Brits who created mass illiteracy by de-recognizing Hindu village schools — the same education system which invented zero and modern mathematics. But then, monotheists have never let facts stand in the way of their pickled brains. Our God is true, your God if false, Oink! Oink!

      Keep praising the white man’s civilisation while pissing on Indian civilisation — you brown converts don’t even know when you have become attack hounds of other races which hold you in racial contempt. The Whites no longer have to hire PR consultants to sing songs about the glory of their race — just convert a brown man with the opium of the Jesus myth, and the convert will run around the world for free, beating drums about the greatness of the Whites and thier civilisation. Hey Nanu, do you know some brown convert like this who is running around various blogs and forums, singing glory songs of the whites?

    • neenu sarialla

      every culture has its fallacies. learning from mistakes that people bring to the culture and improving it is the kinda vision the OP is talking about and when fed with selective, biased and many a times incorrect
      history, it will breed a generation of youngsters filled with contempt towards a philosophy that has much to offer. Regurgitating a few words and calling people names speaks more about you i guess.

    • Bhushan

      @Nanu: Didnt know that you are nostalgic about India’s glorious past!

      Everyone had enough more than sufficient, food, water, clothes and gold. Every profession was respected. Learning was not meant as a preparation for jobs (everyone had ample food) but to quench one’s thirst for knowledge.

      When casteism was not used to divide people but to specialize and earn respect for one’s skill, as every skill was respected.

      When diabetes, heart attack, BP, AIDS and other ailments weren’t heard of. When life span was long and almost everyone lived happily, when treatment had no side effects – yoga and ayurveda.

      When everything, everyone was considered a god – cows, trees, sun, birds, everyone and everything, so everything was respected and secure. When there was no greed.

      When everyone was immersed in improving one’s soul.

      Alas! The Muslims came, and when they were being swept by the Sufi wave, born in India, the Xtians came and divided, killed, raped, wrote India’s history in a negative way, converted people just to loot India. But worse is the fact the most xtians are doing it even now.

      Nanu, thanks for writing about nostalgia. Hope you are not one of those xtians.

  2. Jyoti Jape

    I agree with you Indian Realist. We hindus dropped our own education system and grabbed McCallaulay’s education system. Our own education system was far advanced compared to British education system of that time.
    Lord Macaulay said the following about India in 1835 in British Parliament.
    “I have traveled across the length and breadth of India and I have not seen one person who is a beggar, who is a thief. Such wealth I have seen in this country, such high moral values, people of such calibre, that I do not think we would ever conquer this country, unless we break the very backbone of this nation, which is her spiritual and cultural heritage, and, therefore, I propose that we replace her old and ancient education system, her culture, for if the Indians think that all that is foreign and English is good and greater than their own, they will lose their self-esteem, their native self-culture and they will become what we want them, a truly dominated nation.”

    Unfortunately Mccaulay has succeeded beyond expectations and still we are under his influence. I urge every hindu to read a book titled ‘The Beautiful Tree’ authored by Dharampal on anciant Indian education system. The book is available online at : http://voiceofdharma.org/books/tbt/

  3. Jyoti Jape

    Mr Macaulay said the following about India in 1835 in British Parliament.
    “I have traveled across the length and breadth of India and I have not seen one person who is a beggar, who is a thief. Such wealth I have seen in this country, such high moral values, people of such calibre, that I do not think we would ever conquer this country, unless we break the very backbone of this nation, which is her spiritual and cultural heritage, and, therefore, I propose that we replace her old and ancient education system, her culture, for if the Indians think that all that is foreign and English is good and greater than their own, they will lose their self-esteem, their native self-culture and they will become what we want them, a truly dominated nation.”
    Also read book on Indian Education by Dharampal at http://voiceofdharma.org/books/tbt

  4. Jyoti Jape

    Mr Macaulay said the following about India in 1835 in British Parliament.
    “I have traveled across the length and breadth of India and I have not seen one person who is a beggar, who is a thief. Such wealth I have seen in this country, such high moral values, people of such calibre, that I do not think we would ever conquer this country, unless we break the very backbone of this nation, which is her spiritual and cultural heritage, and, therefore, I propose that we replace her old and ancient education system, her culture, for if the Indians think that all that is foreign and English is good and greater than their own, they will lose their self-esteem, their native self-culture and they will become what we want them, a truly dominated nation.”

  5. The Hindu organisations existed for 80 years.. my question is why there is no alternative system proposed or developed for all these years?

    How long are we going to whine and complain? You ubran hindus destroyed jathi setup, and now indulge only in accusing.. total pessimism..

    • lenshit

      80 what? where did u pull that out of? you think its as easy as changing undies? The “jathi setup” youngsters know of did more harm than good.

  6. The hate filled comment by “Nanu” is a perfect example of the propaganda pervasive about Hindu education system. The insinuation that shudra’s were deprived from education is one of the biggest hoaxes of all. It is a missionary invention dutifully spread around by the Marxist scums and swallowed hook, line and sinker by the neo-convert running dogs of the whites.

    One only needs to read Atlekar, Dharampal to see how Hindu education system was open to all sections to society, from bhAhmaNa to shudra. One only needs to look at historical records of Hindus states like that of bhoja-dev paramAra, where massive public education drives were initiated and 100% literacy rate was the norm. Dr. Meenakshi Jain has also done some work to bring to light such facts about the Hindu education system.

    The brits stole ideas about mass-learning from the various presidencies, which they then implemented in England, only to styme the education system which created those techniques in India, and replace with elitist missionary run institutions. The two people largely responsible for this atrocity were William Bentick and Thomas Macaulay.

    But, of course why read Atlekar, Dharampal or Jain, why bother with facts, when what is fed from the pulpit is so much more convenient to believe.

  7. dipak Chakrabarti

    If Brahmins are that bad, while Rahul Gandhi calls himself a Brahmin,of course he calls himself Raul Vinci ( a Catholic )when he visits London.
    He gies to London everymonth (Dr. Submanian swami.)

  8. Well, I’m not an Indian, nor by birth a Hindu, but rather an anglo-Canadian. And I have something to say. Hinduism has spilled over the borders of India and spread throughout the world, albeit usually not under the exact title of ‘Hinduism’. Yoga is everywhere now, and even though the majority of practitioners are practicing yoga for health reasons, many among those practicing are looking deeper into the history, philosophy and spirituality underlying yoga practice. And this is very good thing, although done quietly and without fanfare. In the longer term we will see the result. I am such a one who has benefited from the arrival of the Dharma in the West.

    Sometime between the 4th and 8th centuries, when Buddhism (in its nihilistic format) was sweeping India and creating a huge wave of conversions from the Vedic to the Buddhist philosophy, Adi Sankara appeared on the world stage and, virtually single-handedly, gave Hinduism back to the masses of India. Hinduism has survived, largely owing to the fierce commitment and brilliance of this spiritual genius.

    In our own time, another Sankara would be of great value. In a strong way, science is on the side of Sankara, as a non-dualistic view of reality is gaining more and more ground due the fresh insights being reaped via quantum physics. Intellectuals with a spiritual bent are leaning increasingly toward Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, shamanism and further and further away from the monotheistic dogmas of Christianity, Islam and Judaism. This is happening is spite of the westernized, domesticated Indians who are busy lapping up the great illusion. These Indians have become the ‘domesticated animals’ referred to by Riuz, the Toltec author of the ‘Four Agreements’ , who describes how demonic forces ‘domesticate’ human beings in order to serve their own vampire-like hunger. Those Hindus that are buying into the materialist world-view of the west, simultaneously have turned against a system of spiritual/ontological knowledge that has never been matched by any other system — of course, I’m referring to Hinduism with particular emphasis on the ‘end of the Veda, the Vedanta (Upanishads).

    I believe the best way to strengthen Hinduism is to adopt the positive approach. Let the nay-sayers spew their venom. We who love the Dharma from the depths of our Being should practice it intensely and share it, in whatever way we can, with others who still have some sense of higher values and an openness to other possibilities beside the purely materialist, empiricist world-view. It is the materialist, empiricist and fundamentalist world-views that have put our planet into serious threat of self-extinction. People everywhere are waking up to this. There is a dichotomy emerging which is dividing the world into two camps. The paradox I see is that Hinduism has gone global while at home it has shrunk. We see the same paradox with regards to Christianity as well. It has expanded around the world, but profoundly shrunk in Europe and the Americas — the cultures upon which Christianity has been built.

    Whose knows the future? Who can predict? But as the great modern sage, Ramana Maharshi so often said: ‘All is God’s doing.’ This surrendered attitude is coming from a sage who has inspired millions to embrace the Self and, by extension to embrace the great teachings of the Tradition from which the path to Reality has been clearly revealed.
    NamahSivaya.

  9. Thanks Jape for your invaluable info about devious design of Macaulay. But today’s Macaulay’s offspring may find it unpalatable.

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