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Wednesday, September 17, 2008



Bullies are always cowards. One of the biggest cowards in modern history was Hitler. He sacrificed his country, massacred millions and when his time came, took the coward's way out and committed suicide.

Hitler was bent on ethnic cleansing. He wanted the uber mensh, the super man, to be ubiquitous in his Deutshland. Jews, gypsies (whom many consider of Indian sub-continental stock) communists and gays were to be eliminated.

Indian patriots tried to get Hitler to intervene and rid the sub-continent of the British. He laughed in Bose's face and sent him packing. No brown skin would be favoured over even his worst white skinned enemy.

If only Hitler had been eliminated earlier; if only his minions had been destroyed sooner; if only the thugs who did his dirty work had been made to disappear before they wreaked their barbarity.

But that is all in the past. Water under the bridge. Spilt milk. A stitch not in time. If only...

The Nuremberg Trials gave some of these evil people their just desserts. India needs a Nuremberg to mete out justice. Now!!

Mankind must never let history repeat itself. India must never never permit desi mini tyrants to surface and thrive.

Even if it means eliminating modern day desi hitlers; even if it means destroying desi hitlerite minions; even if it means making desi thugs disappear ......

As Pastor Niemoller so well put it:

In Germany they first came for the Communists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Communist.
Then they came for the Jews, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew.
Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Catholics, and I didn't speak up because I was a Protestant.
Then they came for me — and by that time no one was left to speak up.

And so I say............

In India they have first come for those from a different religion, and if nobody speaks up
They will come for those from different states, and if nobody speaks up
They will come for those from different castes, and if nobody speaks up
They will come for those with different opinions, and if nobody speaks up
They will come for you, and no one will be left to speak up.

Awake Bharat Mata before it is too late and there is no one left to speak up for you.......


Xanno Moidecar

Attacks on churches continued in parts of Karnataka, triggering protests by Christians as Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa, facing demands for his dismissal, rushed to the troubled areas for an on-the-spot assessment of the situation on September 15. Police said a small church was damaged on Sunday night, taking the number of prayer halls attacked to 16. Police have arrested 53 suspected Bajrang Dal activists in connection with the attack on the churches and prayer halls in the districts of Dakshina Kannada, U dupi and Chikmagalur. A day after the attack over the alleged issue of forcible conversions by missionaries, a charge vehemently rejected by a diocese here, Christians in good numbers poured on to the streets in parts of Mangalore and Bantwal, blocked roads and pelted stones leading to lobbing of teargas shells and baton charge by police. [PTI/GT]

State political parties condemn attack on churches:
The Congress party has condemned yesterday's attacks on churches in Mangalore and the recent bomb blasts in New Delhi, which claimed scores of lives, and demanded that those responsible for the dastardly crimes be brought to book and severely punished. Addressing a press conference on Monday afternoon, the Goa Pradesh Congress Committee president, Mr Francisco Sardinha said that the attacks on minority community showed that attacks on minorities have been well planned in Bharatiya Janata Party run states or where it shares power with others and executed with precision. [NT]
Archdiocese shocked at attacks on churches:
Diocesan Centre for Social Communications Media (DCSCM), Goa, has expressed shock and indignation at what it termed as ‘unprovoked and unwarranted’ attacks against Christian churches and other religious institutions, this time in South Kanara. The Archdiocese will organise a public meeting on September 16, 2008 at Azad Maidan, Panaji at 3.30 pm in the wake of a new wave of violence against the Christian presence in India. Fr Francisco Caldeira, director, DCSCM said, “We express our solidarity with the Catholic Church in Mangalore and Christian communities and their pastors, affected by this wave of destruction and violence, and we pray that the times of peace and harmony may fast be restored.” [TOI]

Parrikar condemns brutality:
The BJP has strongly condemned the attacks on Christian churches in the Mangalore-Udipi area and demanded strict action against those responsible for the violence. Addressing a press conference on Monday, Opposition leader Manohar Parrikar described the violence as “attempts to create religious disharmony across the country”. Parrikar said, “The BJP is concerned about the attacks on Christian churches in Karnataka. Earlier, it was further away but now it is closer to Goa. The government should take immediate measures to prevent such incidents in the state by providing security to the major religious places in Goa.” [TOI]


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