Here is an eye-opening video report about how rabid illiterate Bangladeshis are infiltrating Assam — over six thousand of these people are crawling under the fence every day to arrive in India. With them come moulvis and mosques, and soon people of other faiths are chased out from the area, the Muslims grab all land, and Islamic Caliphate is established. The video is in Hindi.
So what is the reason why Bangladeshis illegal aliens, Pakistani Jihadis, missionaries, maoists, communists, leftist liberals, Nepalis, Sri Lankans, White Racists — all of them walk over the Hindus with contempt, and that too in India, their homeland? The answer is given in Ramcharitmanas in the shape of a universal principle of human behaviour:
Binay Na Maanat Jaldhee Jad, Gaye Teeni Din Beeti
Bole Ram Sakop Tab, Bhay Binu Hoey Na Preeti
Here, Lord Rama has requested the sea to provide him and his army a path across it so that they can reach Lanka. But his polite requests fell on deaf ears. There was no answer from the arrogant sea and Lord Ram was ignored. After a pattient wait of three days, Lord Ram finally became angry and said: “Without fear, there is no respect.” He then pointed his agni-baan (fire arrow) at the sea to dry it. Terrified, the sea got rid of his ego, took the form of a brahmin, ran to Lord Rama and fell on his feet for mercy.
Hindus should read this again and again — without fear, good relations with others (people, races or countries) are not possible. When others fear you, they respect you, don’t want to offend you and want to be friends with you. Look at how America grovels in front of China but walks all over India, how Muslims don’t infiltrate into Punjab (they still remember the bloodbath of 1947 when Sikh swords were out), why there are no riots in Gujarat anymore (they remember the lesson taught after Godhra), and why people fall over each other to respect the sentiments of Muslims.
If they don’t fear you, they won’t respect you. Listen to Bhagwan Ram and forget what Gandhi taught you about throwing down arms and turning the other cheek.