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‘Saffron Terror’ in Samjhauta Express: Smoke Out and Punish the Liers!

By: Commander V. K. Jaitly

If it is true … if it is true … what should be the punishment to the mastermind, the executors of this plot and the political figures who lied and dubbed this plot as the work of ‘Saffron Terror’, is the serious issue before this country.

If it is true … if it is true … The investigation of this whole episode must reach to its logical conclusion. The big political figures who lied under a conspiracy to defame the majority community of this country and to protect the real perperators should be smoked out of their cosy holes and punished under the law of the land.

There was a bomb blast on the train called Samjhauta Express perperated by some terrorists and the then UPA government at the centre on carrying out the investigation declared that the responsible culprits were Hindu Extremists. The eposode was nick named as ‘Saffron Terror’ by leading feagures of the UPA govenment.

Several arrests were made and the alleged culprits were sent to jail, where they spent decades of years of their life. And, now after so many years, a known Muslim terrorist named Nagori has revealed under his narco test that the reality was something else. First watch these videos of Nagori where he is revealing the truth under the narco test:

This is the father of all the scams. This can’t be equated with the scams done by Congress in the 70 years of its governance. The name of the scam is “Saffron terrorism”.

This tape, now obtained by the Times Now, has been in existence for the last nine years and had been suppressed from the courts and public by the UPA government for all these years just to shield the Pakistani culprits who carried out this blast on the one hand and on the other to falsely implicate innocent Indian citizens for flaunting that in fact it were the Hindu Terrorists who carried out this blast. Indeed an excellent device to nullify the public impression of the ‘Muslim Terrorism’ by simply transposing against them an equally dreaded outfit of the `Hindu Terrorism’! Why was it done? Who did it? What should be the punishment to those who did it? These questions stare India.

A government takes pledge to safeguard each and every citizen but what did the then Congress government do to the Indians?

The Congress government released the real culprits of the Samjhauta blast who were from Pakistan and linked our own Indian citizens in it. The terrorists, who killed several people and maimed dozens, were freed by the Congress government. This proves beyond doubt that Congress government, while ruling the country, had been spreading terrorism in India with the help of Pakistan.

Who will give back Sadhvi Pragya and Col. Purohit the years spent in jail?

The narco-analysis tapes exposed by “Times Now” nailed the Congress. The entire conspiracy to tag Hindus as terrorists was exposed.

Even in Malegaon blast, as time passes, it is getting clear that Sadhvi was falsely fixed by the then Congress government. An innocent woman, Sadhvi was dragged out and put into jail for 9 years and was tortured like a barbarian by the Congress government. The torture was so brutal that she wasn’t even able to stand up on her legs.

Few saw a sister in terrorist Ishrat Jahan but a Hindu girl was considered as a terrorist.

Colonel Shrikant Purohit, a staunch patriot was arrested and jailed for several years, just to protect the Pakistani Jihadi terrorists. Indians consider Army as god but how would the Army fraternity feel when their own comrade was tagged as a terrorist?

How would the Col Purohit’s wife have felt when she moved out of the house? Will a wife tolerate her ignonimy when others call her husband a terrorist?

Will Congress give back Sadhvi and Purohit the lost years? How would have their family members felt when all the media reported that they were terrorists?

The real culprit is Indian National Congress and the first punishment should be: Election Commission should ban the Congress Party forever. Then come the leaders of this Congress who conspired to defame the majority community of India.

For mere vote bank politics, the Congress coined the new term “Saffron Terrorism”, which put the entire Hindu community to shame.

Crores of Hindus who lived in India, contributed towards this great nation in every field and finally Congress (with Italian roots) called them terrorists. The only punishment that is permissible for this heinous crime is the Election Commission should ban the Congress party forever from participating in any elections in India.

It is a case where even Supreme Court should take suo motu action against the Congress leaders who are responsible for this communal scam.

The main culprits of this crime include Sonia Gandhi, “youth icon” Rahul Gandhi, P Chidambaram, Digvijay Singh and Sushil Kumar Shinde and they deserve the highest punishment for this crime. But will the legal system of India act against them, is the question. The judicial authorities of this country need to take action on their own against such anti-national politicians.

Congress being the ruling party of India at the top level has violated the constitution by knowingly protecting the guilty – Pakistanis and Indians both – and punishing the innocent citizens.

Sonia Gandhi being a woman has totally disrespected a woman. Didn’t Sonia feel that even Sadhvi is a woman like Priyanka Gandhi? Now that the truth of the matter has come out from none other than the actual participant in this crime – that is, Nagori -, which show that Sadhvi was innocent and falsely implicated for political reasons, will the responsible leaders of Congress be ready to serve in jail for 9 years, like Sadhvi?

Sonia, along with her kids, frequently visits Italy when she misses her mother. But Sadhvi had to beg permission to visit her ailing mother. All thanks to this Congress.

“I am a Sanyasi. I give discourses on Ramayana and Mahabharata. They told me they wanted to burn copies of the holy texts. They made me hear an obscene CD.” These were the words of Sadhvi. Shall India not feel aghast at the deeds that this Congress did? Shall Indians not shiever in pain and anger at the deeds what this Congress did to them?

Sadhvi had been suffering from serious health problems including a heart attack, a partial paralysis and a stage 3 Breast Cancer in the jail. Even with her worsening health, she hasn’t backed off from her initial stand that she is innocent. Even though the Congress tortured her so brutally, she denied accepting the blame of “Hindu terrorism”. If Sadhvi and colonel Purohit had accepted that they are behind the blasts, then the entire Hindu community would have been called a terrorists, as was mischieveously planned by Congress.

What punishment should be given to Digvijay for harassing a woman, is the question to be decided by Indians.

“Mumbai ATS tortured me, wanted me to name top RSS leaders in terror case. For 24 days I survived on water. I was beaten brutally throughout my custody. I was beaten so much that my hands and fingers regularly developed swelling. Spotting swelling in my hands and fingers, the ATS men put them in warm water and asked me to keep on pressing paper to reduce the swelling”, Sadhvi said. She also said that Digvijay Singh was behind this. Now what punishment should be given to this Digvijay Singh for harassing an innocent woman?

The revelations coming out of the mouth of Nagori must be further pursued by the investigators and the starting point of this ‘framing and defaming’ conspiracy must be pinpointed. A score of white-clothed sinister individuals, who are hiding in their cosy holes of reputation, should be smoked out of their holes. They should be smoked out and handcuffed, and produced before the courts of law. They should be produced before the court of law to reap the fruits of what they had sowed when they were ruling India – when they were ruling India because Indian people had reposed trust in them, and which trust they had breached by commiting this henious crime against the Indian nation.

Takingover Countries: the Soft Way

“Calling Worship an ‘Unlawful Assembly’, in India’s UP police arrest Christians” (a Christian Newspaper). This is how the Christian Missionaries are lying about India & specifically Hindus & creating hatred in the West for our country.

This is a known tactic that has been in practice since years and is popularly referred to as ‘Atrocity Literature’. It serves three purposes:

1) Make Christians in the West believe that Christians are being persecuted & urging them to be steadfast in their beliefs. This is being done to arrest the decline in the churchgoers as most of Europe & now America is turning Atheist.

2) Inspire people to become ‘footsoldiers’ to go to these places & help in their campaign of proselytisation of the non-christian population to make up for their losses in the West. This act is referred to as ‘Soul Harvesting’ by them.

3) The most important use which is to get money into their coffers which is then used to entice the poor & hungry to convert in exchange for food & clothes.

Why is this being done? Simple.

This is how religion is used as a political tool to effect a ‘soft takeover’ of a country by the act of replacing their beliefs, culture & allegiance to a foreign one. So now you have a population who actually listens to a religious head from a foreign country which has been a military strategy for centuries now, as history gives evidence to it.

It has got nothing to do with religion proper because here religion is just a tool for military propaganda & a means to conquera country. And hence the term ‘soft take-over’!

How to find ‘Country Origin’ of products

If the origin of what you buy is important to you, may I suggest that you write down on a card (the size of your credit card) and keep in your wallet, the following information.

Since no one is willing to share this information, I’m grateful for the person who dug it up, and passed it along. If we don’t write it down and keep it, the information will simply blow through our brains, doing NO good.

Up to YOU:

The whole world is concerned about China made ‘black hearted goods’. Can you differentiate which one is made in Canada, Philippines, Taiwan or China?

The first 3 digits of the barcode is the country code wherein the product was made.

Sample: All barcodes that start at 690 – 695 are all MADE IN CHINA. 471 is Made in Taiwan

Government and related departments won’t educate the public. Therefore, we have to educate ourselves.

Nowadays, Chinese businessmen know that consumers do not prefer products ‘Made in China’, so they don’t show from which country it is made.

However, you may now refer to the barcode, remember if the first 3 digits are: 690-695 then it is Made in China.


00 ~ 13 USA & CANADA
30 ~ 37 FRANCE
40 ~ 44 GERMANY
49 ~ JAPAN
50 ~ UK
57 ~ Denmark
64 ~ Finland
76 ~ Switzerland and Lienchtenstein
471 ~ Taiwan
480 ~ Philippines
628 ~ Saudi-Arabien
629 ~ United Arab Emirates
690 ~ 695 China
740 ~ 745 Central America

Please spread this to everyone.


In the wake of 2008 product scares involving melamine-tainted pet foods, lead-tainted toys, and melamine-tainted milk products, all originating in China, consumers in the U.S. understandably became more apprehensive about the places of origin of the products they were purchasing. However, many found themselves frustrated in their efforts to be more selective buyers.

The items reproduced is a reflection of those fears, a message that purportedly provides simple, helpful instructions for determining the country of origin of any product. According to this tip, a glance at the first three digits of a product’s bar code will tell you where it was made.

Unfortunately, determination of product origins for American consumers isn’t quite as cut and dried as it’s been made to sound here. First of all, the two- or three-digit country codes referenced above are incorporated into the European Article Number (EAN-13) bar code standard, but not into the UPC-A bar code which is most commonly used in the U.S. Moreover, what those EAN-13country codes indicate is the country or economic region where a particular bar code wasassigned, not necessarily the country where the product identified by that bar code was made.

Q: Does the EAN number indicate the country of origin of a product?

A: No it doesn’t. The 3-digit prefix code indicates which numbering organization has allocated the bank of numbers to the company. For example, a company may have its headquarters in South Africa. The EAN organization in South Africa has the code “600,” but all the products of the company may be manufactured in England. The English-made products would still have the “600” prefix code. The prefix code is a way to have 70-plus EAN member organizations issuing numbers without having to worry about duplicate numbers.

For example, if a Mexican company imported fruit from Guatemala, then packed and shipped that fruit to Belgium, the country code portion of the final product’s bar code would likely indicate an origin of Mexico rather than Guatemala. In that case the bar coding would be of little help to consumers who (for whatever reason) were desirous of avoiding food products grown in Guatemala.

It may be the case that in some parts of the world there is a fair degree of correlation between assignment of bar codes and product origins (i.e., in some countries the preponderance of bar code assignments may apply to domestic products), but for surefire product origin identification consumers must rely upon other methods. In determining the country of origin of a product sold in the U.S., consumers often still have to rely on the standard method of looking for “Made in [country name]” labels on the packaging.

Government of India Performance: Statistics

By: Atish Singh

Number of Village left Unelectrified
Year – 2014: 18452
Year – 2017: 3937

Grameen Vidyutikaran: Minister Piyush Goyal

Number of new LPG connections
Year: 2004 – 2014: 5.3 Cr
Year: 2014 – 2017: 6.95 Cr
Ujjawala Yojana – Minister: Dharmendra Pradhan

Electronic manufacturing in India
Year: 2014: ₹11,198 Cr.
Year: 2017: ₹1,43,000 Cr.
Make In India: Minister: RS Prasad

Mobile Banking in India
Year: 2013-14: 94.7 million
Year: 2017: 722.2 million
Digital India: Minister: RS Prasad, Manoj Sinha

Sanitation Coverage
Year: 2014: 42%
Year: 2017: 64%
Swachh Bharat Minister: Narendra Tomor

Ease of doing business in India
(Ranking by World Bank)
Years: 2014-15: 142
Year: 2016: 130
No Minister, Credit Goes To NITI Ayog led by Amitabh Kant

WEFs Travel and Tourism Ranking
Year: 2014: 65th
Year: 2017: 40th
Incredible India Minister: Mahesh Sharma

Solar Power Generation
Year: 2014: 2,621 MW
Year: 2017: 12,277 MW
Renewables Minister: Piyush Goyal

Optical Fibre Network (Including Rural)
Years: 2013-14: 358 Kms
Year: 2017: 2,05,404 Kms
Best Accomplishment – Minister: Manoj Sinha, Past: RS Prasad

Rural Road Construction
Years: 2011 – 2014: 81,095 Kms
Years: 2014-2017: 1,20,233 Kms
Super Speed of Road Minister: Nitin Gadkari

Coal Production
Years: 2013-14: 462 Million Tones
Years: 2016-17: 554 million Tones
(Note: You will be happy to know that now Coal Thermal Projects are getting canceled because of Solar Energy production. We are surplus in both) Coal and Renewables Minister: Piyush Goyal

New toilets Construction
Years: 2013-14: 49.76 Lakh
Years: 2016-17: 2.09 Crores
Swachh Bharat – Minister: Narendra Tomor and Vankaiaya Naidu

Years: 2014: $24.2 million USD
Years: 2017: $56.3 million USD
Liberal and Open Economy Minister: Arun Jaitley

GDP Growth
Year: 2014: 6.6%
Year: 2017: 7.1%
Minister: Arun Jaitley

Fiscal Deficit
Years: 2013-14: 4.6%
Year: 2017: 3.2%

Year: 2014: 11%
Year: 2017: 4%
Once again the Boss of Performance Minister: Arun Jaitley

Electrification in Railway doubled

Super Trains like Mahanama, Gatiman, Tejas and Humsafar launched
Cleanliness to providing the Internet at Stations to Redevelopment of Stations
Status of Railways has also improved sharply for sure:
Minister: Suresh Prabhu

And in addition to these achiements, there is zero scam administration since 2014, which is the bumper bonus.

Brown Color’s ‘Inferiority Complex’ Over the White: IIT-Kharagpur Episode

By: Rajiv Malhotra

I want to tell you an incident. In 2002 IIT-Kharagpur wanted to celebrate its 50th anniversary and they wanted to have many conferences on various disciplines.

They applied for a grant from my Infinity Foundation to fund some conference. I looked at the list of conferences I found the one called “Mind Sciences” to be very interesting. So I wrote to them saying that I would like to sponsor the conference on “Mind Sciences” and requested them to send me the list of speakers and topics.

What they sent me in the list was 100 % Western. There was no mention of Indian theory of mind. It was all fashionable western theories of mind. Some of them were the obsolete ones and speakers who were experts in those theories.

So I sent back a note saying I will sponsor this conference on the condition that there should be at least one panel on Indian ideas of mind.

And I got a nasty note saying: We are not chauvinist; we are not saffron; we are scientific people; we don’t believe in all this kind of stuff you know.

It was a very pejorative view of Indian ideas by a premier Indian scientific institution. A sheer inferiority complex of the brown color over the white!

So I took it to 4 or 5 of my white, American friends who are scholars of Indian theories of mind. And I said please you submit a proposal about Indian theories of mind which is what you are borrowing and teaching and practicing, so this is your time to pay back.

So there was a Buddhist Robert Thurman, he wrote an abstract on Buddhist theories of mind and how they are at the cutting edge. There was one scholar in Cambridge a western scholar. He wrote on Patanjali’s yoga sutra theories of mind. Somebody else wrote on Sri Aurobindo, somebody else wrote on Kundalini.

So I got a collection of these proposals and I sent it to the IIT-Kharagpur people and they immediately accepted them, because now its white people saying it.

You see after all we have an inferiority complex but if its white people saying it must be ok.

So these people were sent to do a panel in that conference; we sponsored it and they got standing ovations.

Indians loved it, the Indians love to hear good things about themselves provided it is being said by westerners.

So we started a whole movement called “Indian theories of Mind” and for about 10 years we were funding conferences every year; we had conferences in Pondicherry, in Kerala in various places and finally in Delhi.

In fact, knowledge has no color!

Introducing François Gautier: A Neutral Observer of India

François Gautier was born in Paris in 1959. In the early eighties, he began freelancing in India for different publications and finally ended-up being the correspondent in South Asia, for the Geneva-based “Journal de Geneve”, then one of the best international newspapers in Europe. In 1993, he switched to Figaro, one of France’s leading newspapers for which he worked exclusively for eight years.

He also started writing regular columns for Indian newspapers, first in Blitz Bombay, then in the Hindustan Times, later came the ‘Ferengi’s column” in the Indian Express, then the “French Connection” column in the Pioneer, as well as  regular contributions for Outlook, Rediff, New Indian Express, Dainik Jagran, etc.

François has written several books: “Un autre Regard sur l’Inde” (Editions du Tricorne, Geneva-Paris), which has been reprinted thrice and for which he was invited in May 2000 to ‘Bouillon de Culture’, France’s most prestigious TV literary programme; “Arise O India” (Har Anand, 1999), “A Western journalist on India” (Har Anand, 2001), “India’s Self Denial” (Editions Auroville Press, 2001), “Swami, moine hindou et PDG” (Editions Delville, Paris, 2003, 8000 copies sold), “Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, a Guru of Joy” (India Today Book Club, 2003; 11 reprints, 30,000 copies sold). “La Caravane IntÈrieure” (Les Belles Lettres, Paris, 2005), “A New History of India” (Har Anand, 2008)

François is now the editor in chief of the Paris-based La Revue de l’Inde and a director of a book collection on India with the same publisher. François is married to an Indian from Delhi, Namrita and shuttles between Pondichery, Bangalore and Delhi.

François, along with his wife Namrita, is also the trustee founder of FACT – India, which does exhibitions and commissions films documenting Human Rights abuse in South Asia. Amongst them: an exhibition on the persecuted minorities of Bangladesh, another one on the plight of Kashmiri Pandits (which was shown to the US Congress in 2005), a film on the trauma of 1947 and another one on the testimonies of the Mumbai train bombings of 2006.



Bal Gangadhar Tilak: We Remember him on his Birthday

By: Abhinav

It is Bal Gangadhar Tilak’s Birthday today. Let us remember him and all that for which he stood throughout his life.

Bal Gangadhar Tilak was an Indian Freedom fighter who played a pivotal role in the freedom struggle.

Tilak was born in 1886 at Ratnagiri village of Maharashtra. His father was a Samskrt teacher. Tilak was among the first generation of Indians who secured a graduation.

In 1871, Tilak married Satyabhamabhai. He began teaching mathematics at a private school.

According to Tilak, spirituality was not divorced from worldly life. He got his inspiration from the Bhagavad Gita, which he believed taught selfless service to humanity.

He said, “I regard India as my Motherland and my Goddess, the people in India my kith and kin, and loyal and steadfast work for their political and social emancipation my highest religion and duty.”

Later he went on to write a commentary on the work called the Bhagavad Gita Rahasya.

Making social service the goal of his life, Tilak founded the ‘Deccan Education Society’ along with his college friends in Pune, with the aim of improving the quality of education in India.

Tilak joined the Indian National Congress in 1890 and became a part of the Freedom struggle. His main aim was to unite the people against British. He worked with Mohammed Ali Jinnah in the Home Rule Movement.

He was soon conferred the title of ‘Lokamanya’, Loka meaning, ‘world’ and Manya, ‘acceptance’, as he was accepted by all sections of the society as their leader.

He was called the ‘Father of Indian unrest movement’ by the British for his successful attempts in uprising the masses towards freedom.

Along with Bipin Chandra Pal and Lala Lajpat Rai, two other freedom fighters, Bal Gangadhar Tilak became a part of the trio who were collectively nicknamed, ‘Bal Pal Lal.’

In 1894, Tilak called towards celebrating the domestic Ganesha festival as public event. His intention again was to unite people through the fervour of the festival.

In 1897, Tilak raised the clarion call,

“Swaraj is my birth right and I shall have it.”

This slogan is ingrained in the Indian consciousness even to this day. A stamp has been released by the Government to this effect.

Tilak’s call intensified the yearning for Swaraj from the British, in every common man’s mind as well as collectively in the entire population of the land. It became a turning point of our Freedom movement.

In 1905, following the partition of Bengal, He encouraged the Swadeshi and Boycott movements.

At this moment, he also began his journalistic career by founding the Kesari newspaper. Tilak opposed many policies of British by publishing strong worded articles in his paper.

Tilak was sent to jail for carrying out anti-British activities. Here, he spent his time in writing the commentary on Bhagavad Gita. He also authored a book called ‘Orion’, which contained researches into the antiquities of the Veda.

All in all, Tilak paved the way for Mahatma Gandhi, as the momentum of his activities helped Gandhi to start his non-cooperation movement. In this regard, Gandhi considered Tilak his Guru.

Tilak passed away on August 1, 1920 in Mumbai. A true devotee of Bharath in true sense of the word.

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‘Thank you, Vivekananda’, from Maria Wirth

By: Maria Wirth

I had not come to India for spiritual reasons. Yes, I was interested in spirituality, but Hinduism seemed an obscure religion and I associated stereotypes like polytheism and caste system that I had heard already in school in Germany. Like many westerners, I was interested in Buddhism, but did not connect Buddhism with India, rather with Tibet or Japan. At that time I did not know that the British colonial masters had skilfully crafted this negative image of Hinduism, as they had realised that they could not subdue India, unless they break Indians away from their great culture.

I visited wildlife sanctuaries and travelled to Kanya Kumari. There, a little off the coast on a huge rock, is a memorial for Swami Vivekananda. I crossed over on a ferry. At a bookstall, I bought ‘Jnana Yoga’. I had not heard of Swami Vivekananda, but felt it would be sensible to learn about Indian thought while in India.

Swami Vivekananda had swum to this rock to meditate in December 1892. His guru, Ramakrishna Paramahansa, had died in Calcutta six years earlier. The young man had fire in his belly. He realised that his countrymen had fallen into torpor under British rule. He wanted to wake them up, give them back their self-respect and pride in their tradition.

On this rock, it dawned on him that he should participate at the World Congress of Religions in Chicago in 1893, and represent Advaita Vedanta, one of the highest flowerings among the different Indian philosophical systems. Advaita Vedanta is explained in the Upanishads, the last part (anta) of the Vedas, and postulates that basically, everything is a unity (a-dwaita = not two) – a view to which modern science meanwhile also subscribes.

Swami Vivekananda went to Chicago. He had neither been invited, nor had he registered for the congress. The first night he slept at the railway station in Chicago, and then went to a residential area to beg for food. A well to do lady noticed the young Indian on the pavement from the window of her apartment and sent her servant to bring him in. She was greatly impressed by his personality and wisdom and had the right connections to get him the opportunity to give a presentation at the world congress.

On September 11th, 1893 he stood on the dais – a young man of 30, dressed in a silk robe, with a silk turban on his head – and began his talk, “Sisters and brothers of America”. He couldn’t continue to speak. Thunderous applause greeted him for several minutes. What had happened? “He was the only one who meant what he said”, a commentator explained it at that time.

This young man became world famous. He contributed significantly to the renaissance of Indian wisdom in India and in the west.

I studied ‘Jnana Yoga’ and it felt like breathing fresh air after having been confined in a sticky room. It was truly an eye-opener. Swami Vivekananda expressed clearly what I vaguely had felt to be true. For example he postulated that all is interconnected or rather: ONE. Everything in this creation including ourselves is permeated by the same great power, like waves are permeated by the same ocean. The waves may think that they are separate from the ocean as they have a distinct form and name. They may even cling to their (temporary) form and be afraid to lose it, but ultimately all the waves are nothing but the one great ocean and nothing is lost when their form is lost. Similarly, though we may consider ourselves as separate from others and cling to our impermanent person, in truth we are the one consciousness and nothing of substance is lost when form and name are lost.

Further Swami Vivekananda claimed that the so called reality is not really real. It is a sense deception, in a similar way, as at dusk a rope is mistakenly seen as a snake, even though in reality there is only a rope. Truly true, he claimed, is our inner being that permeates everything and makes all appearances miraculously shine forth. It is infinite, eternal. It is not an object that can be seen with the eyes or thought of with the mind. It is however possible to be it. Rather, we are it already. All is this oneness, this consciousness.

Vivekananda did not hesitate to tell his American audience frankly, what he thought about their society. He considered it hypocritical. ‘What is the use of your proud talk about your society, if truth has no place in it?’ he asked. ‘What you call progress is according to me nothing more than the multiplication of desires. And if one thing is clear to me it is this: desires bring misery.’

He also was critical of religion. He admitted that it may be helpful for weak people, but asked, ‘Are not all prevalent religious practises weakening and therefore wrong?’ He wanted strong human beings who worship the spirit by the spirit. His ideal he expressed in a few words: ‘to preach unto mankind their divinity and how to make it manifest in every movement of life.’ What bold thoughts and what clarity!

Swami Vivekananda was given a triumphal welcome when he came back home. Yet his health had suffered during his early wanderings across India, and he died in 1902, at the age of only 39.

Nevertheless, Swami Vivekananda achieved great things He restored pride in India’s wisdom and put the west philosophically and socially into place. He explained in clear and simple terms why Indians can be proud of their tradition which is based on deep insights of the rishis and is meant to be experienced and expressed in life. It is not about confessing a creed. It is not about blind belief in dogmas. “It is as much a science as any in the world”, the Swami had declared. It is about enquiry, analysis and finally intimately knowing and directly experiencing the truth.  “Arise, awake and stop not till the goal is reached!”

Thank you, Swamiji!

(Note: This article was originally published HERE)

Justice Karnan’s Saga will Haunt Higher Judiciary

 By: Parmanand Pandey, Advocate, Supreme Court

  L’affaire Justice J S Karnan is a unique but lowest of the low cases in the judicial history of India. Justice Karnan is the first, and hopefully the last, sitting (now retired) judge of the High Court to have been found guilty of the Contempt of the Supreme Court. He is currently undergoing six-month imprisonment in a Kolkata jail. He evaded his arrest from May 9 but was ultimately arrested on 20th June at Coimbatore (Tamilnadu), nine days after his retirement on 11th June 2017. 

Like the judges of the Supreme Court, the constitution of India seeks to maintain the independence of the judges of the High Courts by a number of provisions: (i) by laying down that a judge of the High Court shall not be removed, except in the manner provided for the removal of a Judge of the Supreme Court,(ii) by providing that the expenditure in respect of the salaries and allowances of the judges shall be charged on the consolidated fund of the state, (iii) by specifying in the constitution that the salaries payable to the judges shall not be varied by Parliament to his disadvantage after his appointment  except under a proclamation of financial emergency, and (iv) by laying down that after retirement a permanent Judge of High Court shall not plead or act in a court or before any authority in India, except the Supreme Court and a High Court other than the High Court in which he had held his office.

It must be noted that only the judicial pronouncements made by the Supreme Court are binding in the nature for all High Courts. A judge of the High Court, like the judge of the Supreme Court, cannot be removed except by impeachment by Parliament. The sordid saga of Justice Karnan has, however, shocked and embarrassed the country to no end. The founding fathers of the constitution had never contemplated that a High Court judge would go so berserk in his behavior and conduct to the extent that a seven-judge bench of the Supreme Court had to embark on a method to discipline him that is not provided in the constitution.

There are many, who say that Justice Karnan was like a whistle blower. He wrote letters to the President and the Prime Minister pointing out the corruption of some 20 judges of the Supreme Court and the High Courts. Shockingly unexpected from him was that he did not produce even a scrap of paper to substantiate his allegations. If the Supreme Court had not instituted suo motu contempt proceedings against Justice Karnan, then it would have immeasurably lowered the image of the higher judiciary.

To say the least, he was not behaving like a High Court Judge at all. In spite of the opportunity afforded to him, he never came forward to prove his allegations. To rub in the wounds, he ran his parallel residential court, issued writs and sentenced even the Supreme Court judges to five years imprisonment. Hence, sentencing him was the only choice left for the Supreme Court. Anything else would have been a misplaced sympathy because when the right of the sovereign and of the subject conflicts, the right of the sovereign ought to be preferred. Justice Karnan, however, continued to behave like an extra constitutional authority. Needless to say, that one who is placed out of the law is civilly dead and, therefore, the Supreme Court decision on Justice Karnan echoes the maxim that “the safety of the people is the supreme law”.

What was the most distressing part of the Karnan story was that instead of showing maturity of a prudent person holding the constitutional post of the High Court judge, he always played the Dalit victim card even at the drop of the hat. Legal luminaries of the country were stunned at his behavior and some like Ram Jethamalani called him a lunatic. Even the Supreme Court thought that something had gone seriously wrong with the mental status of Justice Karnan and ordered for his mental check-up but he refused to submit.

Not unknown to controversies, Justice Karnan had made headlines when he had alleged that he was left out of the Tamil Nadu State Judicial Academy as he was from the scheduled caste. He had claimed that all participants were from the upper castes and that his name was removed to make way for a junior judge who belonged to the upper caste. He had then gone ahead and passed an order in May 2015, requesting the chief justice to extend co-operation ‘without any interference with my court’s proceedings and its judicial power to maintain the decorum of the court’. He also requested the chief justice to stop acting in an autocratic manner to protect democracy.

The controversy had taken root with the then chief justice of Madras High Court Sanjay Kishan Kaul constituting the recruitment committee comprising Justices V. Dhanapalan, R. Sudhakar, D. Hariparanthaman, N. Kirubakaran and R. Mala to interview candidates for selection as civil judges. The Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission Chairman and other officers were to be part of the selection committee. But before the interview of candidates was to start Justice Karnan had suo motu passed a judicial order questioning Justice Dhanapalan’s inclusion in the committee. He alleged that latter had produced “bogus educational qualifications” about his bachelor and master’s degree in law, and therefore had no locus standi to conduct the interview. He directed the CBI to inquire into his educational qualifications.

He had also alleged that inclusion of Justices Sudhakar and Hariparanthaman, who hailed from the same community besides being relatives, would send a wrong signal about the fairness of selection. He went on to stay the administrative order of the Chief Justice by restraining the public service commission chairman from conducting the interview of candidates.

Justice Karnan had further ordered that two Judges must be from minority communities, one from Muslim community and another from Christian community, to give a fair representation to all communities in the recruitment committee. On April 17, 2015, Justice Karnan’s suo motu order was placed before a division bench of Justices S. Tamilvanan and C.T. Selvam, which had stayed the April 16 order. Despite the division bench order, Justice Karnan directed the Registry to place the matter before him on judicial side on April 30. On that day, he had reiterated his earlier order and threatened the Chief Justice with contempt of court proceedings.

The Madras High Court registry had then moved the Supreme Court seeking stay of the order passed by Justice Karnan. The Supreme Court then stayed the order passed by him. Earlier in January 2014 Justice Karnan had made an attempt to stall his transfer to another High Court. In a letter addressed to the then Chief Justice of India P. Sathasivam and the then Chief Justice of Madras High Court R.K. Agrawal he had said that his presence in Madras High Court was important, as he had to prove his allegations against the Chief Justice of India and other Judges of the High Court.

Justice Karnan has been notorious for making serious allegations against his other fellow Judges as well.

In May last year, he had alleged that a Judge of the Madras High Court had assaulted an intern within the High Court premises. When the then Chief Justice of India T S Thakur transferred him to Calcutta High Court, he himself stayed it. Then the Apex Court directed Madras High Court Chief Justice to not allow Justice Karnan to deal with any more judicial work.   However, after some time, he joined his work in Calcutta High Court but even there he started behaving facetiously.

In fact, the Supreme Court showed extreme restraint in handling the Karnan issue. But still questions are being asked about the handling of his case by the Supreme Court. Can anybody be punished without passing any judgement as it was pronounced on July 5 much later after his sentencing? Does a sentence to the High Court judge without hearing him not fly in the face of the natural justice? Although even if Justice Karnan had been given the opportunity to defend himself, he would not have availed it.

Justice Karnan affair should serve as an eye- opener. The Executive, the Judiciary and the Legislature must devise effective methods, in harmony with each other, to deal with such situations in future to protect the sanctity of the institution.

मै भारत के लिये हूं

भारत के थल सेनाध्यक्ष जनरल विपिन रावत ने चाहा है कि भारत का हर व्यक्ति भारतीय सेना के बारे में नीचे लिखे वाक्यों को अवशय पढें:

भारतीय सेना 10 सर्वश्रेष्ठ अनमोल वचन:

मैं तिरंगा फहराकर वापस आऊंगा या फिर तिरंगे में लिपटकर आऊंगा, लेकिन मैं वापस अवश्य आऊंगा।
– कैप्टन विक्रम बत्रा,
परम वीर चक्र

जो आपके लिए जीवनभर का असाधारण रोमांच है, वो हमारी रोजमर्रा की जिंदगी है।
– लेह-लद्दाख राजमार्ग पर साइनबोर्ड (भारतीय सेना)

यदि अपना शौर्य सिद्ध करने से पूर्व मेरी मृत्यु आ जाए तो ये मेरी कसम है कि मैं मृत्यु को ही मार डालूँगा।
– कैप्टन मनोज कुमार पाण्डे,
परम वीर चक्र, 1/11 गोरखा राइफल्स

हमारा झण्डा इसलिए नहीं फहराता कि हवा चल रही होती है, ये हर उस जवान की आखिरी साँस से फहराता है जो इसकी रक्षा में अपने प्राणों का उत्सर्ग कर देता है।
– भारतीय सेना

हमें पाने के लिए आपको अवश्य ही अच्छा होना होगा, हमें पकडने के लिए आपको तीव्र होना होगा, किन्तु हमें जीतने के लिए आपको अवश्य ही बच्चा होना होगा।
– भारतीय सेना

ईश्वर हमारे दुश्मनों पर दया करे, क्योंकि हम तो करेंगे नहीं।”
– भारतीय सेना

हमारा जीना हमारा संयोग है, हमारा प्यार हमारी पसंद है, हमारा मारना हमारा व्यवसाय है।
– अॉफीसर्स ट्रेनिंग अकादमी, चेन्नई

यदि कोई व्यक्ति कहे कि उसे मृत्यु का भय नहीं है तो वह या तो झूठ बोल रहा होगा या फिर वो इंडियन आर्मी का ही होगा।
– फील्ड मार्शल सैम मानेकशॉ

आतंकवादियों को माफ करना ईश्वर का काम है, लेकिन उनकी ईश्वर से मुलाकात करवाना हमारा काम है।
– भारतीय सेना

इसका हमें अफसोस है कि अपने देश को देने के लिए हमारे पास केवल एक ही जीवन है।
– अॉफीसर प्रेम रामचंदानी

Human Rights Violation in Kashmir? By Whom?

Pakistan has been crying hoarse from rooftops that India is committing human rights violation in Kashmir. From this seemingly principled plank, this country (Pakistan) is seeking to justify its open support (with men, material and money) to terrorists – indigenous and Pakistanis but mostly Pakistanis – operating in Jammu and Kashmir state of India labelling them as freedom fighters.

Not only Pakistan is using this plank against India, even the pro-Pakistani separatist overground militant political leaders operating in the state of Jammu and Kashmir too are justifying their so-called freedom struggle. These people do not look to themselves, what they are doing – and what they have done – to the minority communities living in Kashmir.

While accusing India of violating human rights of its citizens in this Indian state, Pakistan does not look to what it has done to its minorities living in Pakistan. In fact, this country conveniently glosses over any such uncomfortable questions to delude the international community.

It is well-known tactics of assaulting others and playing of themselves as victims. How to expose this false propaganda?

One technique to expose the falsity of such propaganda was devised by Israel and successfully used in the United Nations against the Arab accusation of its human rights violation of its minorities. Watch how Israel is responding to the anti-Israel Muslim countries’ false accusation by posing a counter question in the United Nations in the following video.

Isreal by its response based on facts forced the Arab accusers to keep their mouth shut.

Watch this video first. And, then, we have some questions for those who accuse India of violating human rights in Kashmir; and the question for Pakistan – the self-appointed champion of human rights in Kashmir – to answer.

A few score of decades back, in Kashmir Pandits were in majority of population. Now, our question to separatists – who accuse India of violating human rights in Kashmir: “Where are your Pandits?”

In 1947, when Pakistan was created, there were 23% Hindus in Pakistan. Now, 2% of them are left. The question to Pakistan: “Where are your Hindus?”

China – Lessons to be Learnt from History

China is at it again. This time it is at the tri-junction of India, Bhutan and China, named Dok La, Dok Lan and Dong Long by the three countries respectively. China is trying to construct a road meant for its military in an area here, which is a disputed land between Bhutan and China and where there is an agreement between Bhutan and China that no party to the agreement shall do anything unilaterally.

Bhutan has lodged its protest to China over this construction through its diplomatic channel in Delhi.

This construction of China will allow this country to have a decisive military strategic advantage over India in the event of a confrontation. India and Bhutan have special relations and under an agreement between Bhutan and India, India has the responsibility to defend the Bhutan’s territorial integrity. By this unilateral construction against its bilateral agreement with Bhutan, China is trying not only to occupy a large part of the Bhutan’s land but also to pose a challenge to the Indian security.

China knows full well that by its act it is posing a serious threat to India’s security and has been made aware of this by the Indian protest. But China is insistent to do what it intends to do.

There is likely to be a meeting between the Chinese President and the Indian Prime Minister in a meeting of G-20 countries to be held in a few days from now. All eyes will be centered on an eventual meeting between these two leaders and the outcome of such a meeting. This is the normal way of trying to resolve international disputes between countries.

But India must also pay attention to something else. It is learning from history.

Resources to learn from history:

India always must remember one thing: China has a long-term goal of transforming this country into an uncontested sole power in Asia to pave its way to the end destination of being the world’s super power; and all its strategies are made to serve this goal. To forget this basic principle of China would be the greatest mistake of India.

Therefore, India would do well to study the history and learn a few lessons in dealing with China. What are these lessons? Let us recapitulate them:

  1. China launches an offensive when you least expect it. It is the strategy, which China has perfected since its rise as a communist state. Surprise always has an advantage – sometimes the decisive advantage – in military affairs. The foundation of this tactic is deceit. A simple methodology is adopted: They will talk to you; invite you to talk; make some hopefully seeming compromising gestures; relying on them – hope of peace – you are in their trap. It is a calculated move to make you lull. It is the first lesson India must learn. Vietnam had learnt this lesson the hard way in their confrontation with China. India had learnt – learnt or not? – this lesson in 1962 Hindi-Chini Bhai Bhai, when India’s Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru openly took the position that China is our friend, it is a socialist friend, we have served this China’s great interest by sending Dr. Kotnees there to nurse wounded communist soldiers, we do not need an army in so far as China is concerned … etc. What are the lessons to be learnt, then? If they seem to be compromising in talks – not on the real ground where armies are face to face – be alert to the coming offensive; it is better to err on the correct side. Prepare yourself and be ready. If you are not visibly prepared and taken in for their sweet talks, you are gone in their trap. Therefore, to meet this strategy of China and to frustrate their calculated outcome of this strategy, India would do well to be ready – fully ready with its entire arsenal – to launch a counter offensive in accordance with its own planned strategy.
  2. China is expert in launching a quick offensive – and after winning a stunning but short victory in this offensive – and suddenly and promptly declaring cease-fire, end of hostilities, truce, peace and, singing the virtues of peace, leaving the disputed issue as it is and offering to resolve this issue by negotiations and talks. It is a tested strategy. It has been tested with Vietnam, India, USSR (on Mongolia), USA (in Korean war) etc. The advantages of this strategy are: you demoralize the enemy; you make your enemy to mentally prepare to accede to some of your (China’s) demands; to enhance your military stature among the possible next victims and make them psychologically ready to give you (China) concessions, albeit unwillingly; it is not for nothing that Philippines – even after winning a legal case against China in an international judicial forum – is ready to forgo its legal victory and willing to negotiate with China; one can very well understand, what is left there for Philippines to negotiate with China. What lessons India is to learn from history? Do not allow China to cut short a possible long war; take the war inside the territory of the enemy; Chinese soldiers are nowhere in bravery of the Indian soldiers; they cannot withstand the Indians for long. In today’s capitalist China, there is no indoctrinated zeal left in the army and they are a mere professional army, like that of any other country. India is not for war; it has never been for war; but if the war is imposed, India should not – and will not – slick to answer the threat. Therefore, never allow China to reap this calculated advantage of this strategy of hit, win and go home; there must be imposed a heavy tax on such strategies.
  3. The ‘Absolute’ truth of military science today is: It is not the soldiers who fight; it is the technology that fights and soldiers merely make this possible for the technology to let do its work. What is to be done and when, is all decided by the technological capabilities. Therefore, while there is peace – and it is hoped that there will be peace – India would do well to put all its technological capabilities and advantages in place to meet the emerging possibility of war with China. The lesson to be learnt is: Err on the correct side. After all, there is no harm in getting fully ready, except that it would cost some extra money.
  4. India should take full advantage of its imagery satellites to locate the enemy’s potential targets of military importance and deploy its arsenal aiming at them in advance to work when the need arises.
  5. India also needs to change its policy towards China on a long term basis. India should devise an original plan centered on Tibet and have a dedicated team comprising topographical and military experts to study the feasibility of cutting Tibet from the rest of China and holding this mountain land militarily as an independent country, like Bhutan. Commensurate with its needs, India should search for and source the needed military hardware. This strategy should be the strategic pivotal point in dealing with China.
  6. Let India advocate peace; hope for peace; inform the international community about the facts of this case and Chinese designs. Get all the friends together on Chinese international behavior – South China Sea, Tibet and Dok La.
  7. Post script: In the comment section of an article relating to China’s threat to India published in a Japanese newspaper, there is a very significant comment by somebody worth attention by the Indian government. It says that India very well knows that it (India) does not route rouge state of Pakistan, which it can do anytime it decides, only because Pakistan holds the threat of atomic war – and the end result is there is no war between India and Pakistan. It is a tested strategy to an ensured result. India must make it clear to China that it (India) will use its atomic weapons against China if it becomes necessary to do so. A good idea.

China – An Emerging Danger to World Peace

China has boarder disputes with almost all its neighbors. It has fought open wars and skirmishes with all these countries now and then. This Chinese aggressive tendency is visible since its birth as a communist state.

This country – and its founding father, Mao Tse Tung – in the initial years of its founding had a huff – an ideological world communist leadership huff – with Soviet Union – and its leader, Joseph Stalin; and, in subsequent years had the border skirmishes on territorial claims with that country in its Inner Mongolia area.

This betrayed its hidden nationalist ambitions of the world communist leadership aspiration. After its disastrous experiment with an Utopian Cultural Revolution, its pragmatic leader Diao xi Ping quickly realized that neither it can beat an economic system based on private initiative of its citizens nor can it progress economically fast enough, and therefore he put in place a new capitalist economic theory camouflaged as ‘Four Constructs’.

This course correction by China paved the way for its rise as a world power of some reckoning. The combination of the ‘capitalism of these Four Constructs’ and of the ‘dictatorial political system in the name of communism’ paid a rich dividend soon.

There was the nationalist zeal and ambition for gearing China towards a super power of the world and there was no possibility of any political opposition from within to the cost that its citizens were called upon to pay. A well-balanced dictatorial regime of ‘Princelings’ of the communist revolutionaries of the bye gone era is hurtling China onto the course that may engulf this Earth into a world war.

China has fought wars against, conducted armed skirmishes with and threatened many countries abutting its land borders or located in South China and East China Sea: Vietnam, Mongolia, Russia, India, Japan, Philippines, Brunei, and Korea.

This country has no respect for international law and the awards and judgments passed by international tribunals and courts. In the only international security forum – United Nations Organization’s Security Council – available to this world for settling international disputes, this country has come to wield a ‘Veto’ power. Like many other countries, it has atomic weapons and missiles to carry those weapons.

While armed with those advantages, this country has no limits to its hunger for more land and its nationalist ambition to become the world’s only super power.

In East China Sea, it has claims to a group of islands, known as the Senkaku islands in Japan and the Diaoyu islands in China, which claim is disputed by Japan. These islands have a total area of about 7 sq km and lie north-east of Taiwan, east of the Chinese mainland and south-west of Japan’s southern-most prefecture, Okinawa, and are controlled by Japan.

In South China Sea, it has claims to many islands there, which claims are disputed by Philippines, Brunei etc. It claims the international waters of South China Sea its own waters, with a sovereign claim. It takes the position that it has the sovereign right to safeguard this vast area of Sea by doing whatever it considers appropriate. It rejects the award passed against it by the international tribunal on its claims in this South China Sea.  Rejecting the world opinion and international judicial forum, China is aggressively and doggedly creating artificial island(s) in this Sea and fortifying it with military facilities.

In South China Sea, it is actively building artificial islands, turning them into military and logistical bases. China already has at least seven such bases, equipped with access channels, helipads, radar facilities, gun and missile emplacements, piers, military facilities and other objects of strategic importance.

So it is not India alone, with which China has border dispute and against which it shows aggressive behavior; it is almost all the countries bordering it that are facing its aggressive behavior.

Why does China have these territorial disputes with all its neighboring countries?

China has aspiration to become the only – supreme – world power and for that purpose it needs more land and more control of international waters. It needs to maximize the natural advantages of more land, military facilities in far flung areas, enhanced control of international maritime trade routes and better geopolitical logistics to fulfill its ambitions. At the core of this ambition there is a nationalist agenda.

But what is unjustified on the part of a country in entertaining its aspirations and ambitions of becoming a world leader? After all, almost every country of the world – with a sizable land and required resources – entertains such ambitions. Nobody would deny that the United States, Russia, Germany and even United Kingdom, India, and many more countries nurse such ambitions. So, why should China not keep such an ambitions in its heart?

In any community – local or global – the leadership of one is always desirable; this leadership shows the path to the rest of the community and makes life better for the entire community.

In our present world, we have United States, and many European countries allied to US, as an established world power, which also have such aspirations for the world leadership; Russia and some other Asian countries also are the established world powers, which entertain such ambitions and compete with the US block.

All these ambitious and competing countries have one thing in common to offer to the rest of the world community: The ideal of democracy. One may condemn this democracy as being the democracy of capitalists and rich people but still there is the freedom to think, to elect their government, to take private initiative to become rich and to speak their thoughts.

But what ideals does China have to offer to the world community that could justify its ambitions to become a world leader?

Capitalists – and their capitalist democracy – have their ideals to offer to the world community that justify their nursing the world leadership ambitions. Even communists – though condemned by capitalists – have their ideals to offer to the world community that may justify their world leadership ambitions.

But where does China stand in this row of competing ideals? Nowhere! China is not a communist country because it allows its citizens to take private initiative and earn profits (that is, becoming capitalists); it is not a democratic – or capitalist democratic – country because it does not allow its people to elect their government. China is neither here nor there.

China is a dictatorship of a clique – the clique of sons and grandsons of the long gone bye Chinese communist revolutionaries. They rule ruthlessly and violate human rights of their countrymen with impunity. This clique of ruthless rulers is nationalist to the core of their heart and has nothing to offer to the world community except international conflicts and wars.

This country – till it is what it is – has no moral justification to nurse its nationalist ambitions for world hegemony in the estimation of the world community. This country is a new Avatar of the Third Reich (Drittes Reich) of Adolph Hitler.

India had border scuffle with China a few days back in the tri-junction of India’s Sikkim and Bhutan’s Dok La area. China has been trying to alter the boundaries between Bhutan / Sikkim and China by constructing a road without any permission of Bhutan. Bhutan had communicated through diplomatic channel its objection and protest to China against Chinese undertaking of this construction. There is an agreement between Bhutan and China that neither country shall do anything to unsettle the situation in this “disputed” area. But China, throwing this agreement to the wind, proceeded to construct a road, which could be used by its military. Bhutan has special relations and treaty with India for coming to the aid for protecting its borders.

Indian army has stopped the road construction, first by soft hands in protest. It is the Indian way not to first start the war from its side. Indian people and their armed forces are fully competent to protect the borders of their country and the borders of their friend, the Kingdom of Bhutan.

China has resorted to blatant lies by alleging that Indian soldiers had gone to their side of the borders. This blatant lie has been exposed like a day light by the Bhutan’s written protest through its diplomatic channel in Delhi before this incident of scuffle.  Chinese have been resorting to lies, deceit and immoral behavior in creating “border disputes” where none existed and to threats to all their neighbors, including India.

China obliquely hinted to 1962 war with India by saying that India should learn from history. India has replied that India of 2017 is not India of 1962, and India refrained from mentioning the 1967 skirmishes with China where they were made to taste around 400 causalities of their soldiers as against 80 on the India side. The world community has been made aware of the Chinese unjustified aggressive posture in this incident.

In fact, this time it is not India but China that should learn from history.  There are a few points to ponder over by Indians in dealing with China:

  1. We stand firmly with our government. Our country and our government are fully competent to deal with the Chinese threat.
  2. India should not and will not budge an inch under this Chinese pressure tactics. It is a well-known military tactics of probing the enemy. The aim of Chinese is to pressure India to a) Return back to Non-Alignment national policy; b) Not to interfere in the Chinese controlling the South China Sea; c) Not to align with United States by participating with it and Japan to secure the international waters of South / East China Sea against belligerent activities by China against the International Law; d) Not to object the Chinese violation of the Indian territory in Pak Occupied Kashmir in its CPEC project. To make China see an outcome of this pressure tactics against its calculations, India will do well by ensuring: a) India must actively participate and take responsibilities in crafting a new and secure international order; b) India must take the side of the established International Law and make aware the world community of the dangers to the world peace and security on violating this Law by any country; c) India must make friends and earn their trust on reciprocal basis for a just cause; d) China must be told by India – now with more vigor – that if it cares for its (unduly claimed) territorial integrity in Taiwan and Tibet it must equally care for others interests, like Indian territory in POK, and must desist in its CPEC project details.
  3. China under the so-called communist rule – which is nothing but a nationalist dictatorship, just like Germany under Hitler – is a serious threat to the world peace in general and to all its neighbors in particular. It needs to be fixed – as early as possible – by the world community. The world community needs a long term strategy to avert this emerging danger to the world peace and order.
  4. The only solution to this emerging problem is to bring all its suffering neighbors on a single platform for a coordinated action, when the need arises (perhaps nothing less than helping Chinese people to regain their freedom). Chinese people are themselves suffering under a ruthless dictatorship and need help. Let all concerned actively work on this solution.
  5. India should not – and will not – budge an inch. But India should not start the war but if they escalate, hit them hard – hard enough – remember B….
  6. Cooperate with US and Japan for security; bring on board Vietnam and Mongolia.
  7. Even if there is no war between India and China, China is going to see a war against it in South China Sea issue sooner or later; so, wait … wait … and don’t budge an inch.

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