Saturday, March 09, 2013

Maha ShivRatri greetings

Happy Shiv Ratri to all Hindu brothers. I know this day holds special significance for the Kashmiri Pandits, Saivites and
rendered homeless in their own
country by Islamic genocide.

May the Lord of destruction give us the strength and unity to destroy the enemies of our nation and civilization.

As my Guru says,
Om Kranti, Kranti, Krantihih!
Bhakti ke saath Shakti!
Shaastra ke saath Shastra!


Inferno said...

Unfortunately, there are many Dhimmis among Kashmiri Pandits.
Like Katju and this guy at UPenn, who prides himself for the Wharton disinvite to Modi

The small group that upstaged the Wharton forum consisted of three Indian-American professors from University of Pennsylvania and an Indian-American attorney: Toorja Ghose, an assistant professor of social welfare, English professors Ania Loomba and Suvir Kaul, and attorney Kasturi Sen, all based in Philadelphia.

On a different note, I wonder why do they need English professors from India!

Rajdeep said...

Sorry to be Offtopic.. could anyone please suggest some genuine Hindu nationalist charitable organizations which accept donations online (India-based)?
I could not find anything on the RSS website.

Rajdeep said...

Sorry to be off-topic. Could anyone on this blog please suggest genuine Hindu nationalist charities that support online donations in India? Any websites you can suggest would be helpful..Thanks.

karyakarta92 said...

@Inferno, Yes, you're right about uber Dhimmi Katju
and that traitor Professor Kaul. Brainwashed english
professors like him are lowering the quality of life for
Hindu Americans - otherwise a highly educated and accomplished community. There is no longer an educational sieve for immigration into the U.S, therefore such fools who can't count even their own fingers reliably get in and propagate their "secular" poison.
Now, coming to your other point - it isn't as if Kashmiri Pandits have a disproportionately large number of Dhimmis.
There have certainly been some high profile ones.
Yet, is there any linguistic or caste group in India that does not have Dhimmis? Malyalis, Telugus, Tamils, Maharastrians, Punjabis, Bengalis, UP wallahs, Biharis, Sindhis, Gujaratis - not a comprehensive list - but can you honestly name a single group without bloody Dhimmis? Unfortunately, I cannot. Actually, I cannot even claim that my extended family is free from Dimmis.
Sometimes, it makes me think that it is divine grace alone that has allowed a people bereft of a sense of history and self preservation - the Dhimmi Hindus - to survive the severe tribulations over the last 1000 years.