A History Of Goa & A Catechism On The Goan Question

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A History Of Goa & A Catechism On The Goan Question

Post  Admin on Fri Oct 23, 2009 5:58 am

A Goan sent the following email to me (personal details have been removed):

    Dear Friends,

    It is nice to find people like you having similar interests and discussing issues concerning pre- and post-liberation (?) Goa on the net.

    The case of Goa can be easily understood with the following facts and arguments, and all confusions put to rest;

    a) In international law, sovereignty means everything and a territory having sovereign characteristics are said to be independent entities.
    This aspect of power evolves through the self-determination of the people. Goa was to an extent a sovereign independent territory of the Indian sub-continent - as per the definition of Sovereignty - even before the Portuguese conquest.

    b) But unfortunately Goa was declared as a Non-self-governing territory by the United Nations since it was under Portuguese control; the UN failed to acknowledge the fact that Goa was a self-governing territory Portugal was only administering. Anyways, being declared a Non-self-governing territory is not a disadvantage totally, except that we have to start with self-determination all over again.

    c) In 1510, when Portugal conquered Goa, India as a Union never existed, it came into being only in 1947, itself as a republic (a federation) of states who legally signed agreements/contracts to be a part of the Union. A Union born in 1947 cannot come forward and claim a new territory unless it signs similar agreement/contract with the new territory. The power to determine its status lies with the new territory without being imposed. Both the UN Charter and the Constitution supports this.

    d) In the 988th meeting of the United Nations Security Council, majority of the nations termed the Indian aggression as illegal and demanded the issue be resolved through self-determination of the people of Goa. All arguments put forth by India as regards culture, language, history, or geography has no place in the definition of sovereignty, that was an attempt to confuse and brainwash the Security Council. Sovereignty concerns absolute rights of the people only. Read http://www.undemocracy.com/S-PV-988.pdf so that you will have a thorough understanding of our position

    e) The question of Portugal having sovereignty over Goa has long been put to rest, so is the need to do with the Indian claims. On the basis of the above, the treaty signed between Portugal and India should be annunciated as null and void. The case of Goa has become a very important case in the study of international law, it has put the world in confusion and has made a mockery of the International law. Both UN and India are well aware of their illegal deeds, and the same has to be challenged. We cannot expect anybody to come forward voluntarily and offer us our share of cake, we will have to earn it with our own little efforts.

    Kindly find attached my draft petition, (either to be presented to UN or to a competent Supreme Tribunal) to forward Goa's case on above lines.

    Alternatively I was thinking first to file a case (claims for damages to the tune of Billions of dollars) against Govt. of Goa/Indian Union for plundering/usurping resources of Goa illegally, this will have an immediate international attention and put Goa in the limelight.
    Then we could open our other cards of self-determination, etc., slowly.
    We have to start thinking on similar lines and put the State/Union on the back foot. They will run with tumblers in hands, that's for sure.

    Also awaiting to know about the order of the case our Adv. Andre Pereira is fighting (concerning Comunidades, Forms I & XIV, Revenue, etc).

    Your feedback will be appreciated.


The Goans were conquered by their more powerful neighbors, the Kadambas from Tulunad to its south. The decline of the Kadambas saw the rise of the Seuna Yadavas and the Hoysalas, both Ahir peoples originating in Tulunad, in the North and South Deccan respectively, corresponding roughly to Maharashtra and Karnataka states of the Indian Union. Allaudin Khilji’s overthrow of the Yadava Empire of Deogiri saw Goa pass under Muslim rule for the first time. The Khilji Sultanate disintegrated with the Bahamani Sultanate seceding in the South. The Bahamani Sultanate itself began to disintegrate. In the meantime, Muslim aggressions south saw the fall of the Hoysala Empire in Karnataka. In the power vacuum there, the brothers Hakka and Bukka founded the Vijayanagara Empire, which contended with the Bahamani Sultanate and its successor states for dominance. The Bahamani Sultanate successively disintegrated into something like twelve separate Muslim kingdoms, which, after jostling among themselves were reduced to seven and then five states. The kingdoms of Ahmadnagar and Bijapur were the last states to secede, the last under Yusuf Adil Shah, a scion of the Turkish dynasty who had been kidnapped, enslaved and imported into the Indies. In the meantime, the Arabs dominated the seas and the ports and the maritime trade.

The Portuguese were ruled by the Arabs for nearly seven hundred years, and beginning with the efforts of Don Pelayo, they incrementally regained their liberty, driving the Muslims out of Iberia. After the Reconquista of Iberia was completed, the Portuguese continued the pressure on the Muslims, invading their domains in Africa, and circumventing Africa to reach into the Indian Ocean. The Portuguese successively challenged and supplanted the Arab Muslim maritime hegemony. The Arabs pressurized the Hindu king of Cochim, the Zamorin (Samudripatin) to exclude the Portuguese, but Portuguese military power quickly brought home to the Zamorin the folly of this policy, and Cochim became the first base of the Portuguese in Asiatic waters. The Portuguese and the Hindu Vijayanagara Empire by contrast quickly found in each other an ally against their mutual enemy, the Muslims, and established a friendship that lasted to overthrow of the Vijayanagara Empire by the Muslims.

The Portuguese never forgot their ultimate goal, which was to deal a fatal blow to the curse of Mahomettanism, by taking and destroying Mecca, and so the Portuguese marshaled their forces at Cochim for an expedition against Mecca and its port Jeddah.

The Arab colony at the port of Bhatkal, subject to the Vijayanagara Empire, supplied imported Arabian horses to the Vijayanagara Empire. It was found that they were also treasonably supplying horses to the Bahamani successor states. The Vijayanagara Empire ordered the vassal King of Belgaum to punish the Arabs of Bhatkal. Fleeing from the King of Belgaum’s punitive expedition, the Arabs made their way to Goa, part of the Bahamani Sultanate ruled by Yusuf Adil Shah while he was in the process of making himself an independent ruler, and took over the city (Goa II) from the local Goans, and began to persecute the Hindu Goans. Yusuf Adil Shah declared himself an independent ruler from his governorate of Bijapur, and began steps to make Goa II his second capital. The Goans under their traditional leaders Timayya and Mhala Pai sought intervention by the Vijayanagara Empire to deliver Goa from the unwelcome presence of the Muslims. The Vijayanagara Empire confessed its inability to come to the aid of the Goans but advised the Goans to seek the assistance of the Portuguese in Cochim who were known to be particularly hostile towards the Muslims.

While Affonso de Albuquerque was gathering his forces for a strike against Mecca and Jeddah, Mhala Pai and Timayya accompanied by Vijayanagara Empire officials, met with him and began to persuade him to divert the force to the liberation of Goa. After long negotiations, Albuquerque was finally persuaded, and in February 1510, sailed up the River Mandovi to Goa II capturing the city quickly from the forces of the Turk Yusuf Adil Shah. However, Yusuf Adil Shah gathered his forces totaling 50,000 and marched on the city of Goa and drove the slight forces of Albuquerque out of the city. Albuquerque fought hard to hold on, retreating slowly down the river to Pangim, and finally withdrew in July 1510 to the island of Anjediva. From Anjediva, the Portuguese, the Goans under Timayya and Mhala Pai, and their allies the Vijayanagara Empire orchestrated a guerilla war against the occupying forces of Yusuf Adil Shah, making life misery for the Muslims. The Goans signed a treaty with Albuquerque under which Portugal committed to exterminating the Muslims from the City of Goa II. The fight finally culminated in the capture of the city by Albuquerque on November 25, 1510, the feast of St. Catherine of Alexandria. Albuquerque implemented the treaty with the Goans by executing most of the Muslim Arab colonists of Goa II, migrants from the port of Bhatkal, and gave the women in marriage to unmarried Portuguese soldiers, settling them in the city. As a result of the Portuguese liberation of Goa, and of the strong bonding between Goans and the Portuguese during the long and hard war to rid Goa of the Muslims, the Goans became friendly towards the Portuguese and freely listened to the preaching of the Gospel; Goa was flooded with a very large number of missionaries who successfully converted the bulk of the population to Christianity. The Christianization of Goa was followed by a reaction among the remaining Hindus, who began to indulge in sedition, resulting in strong measures against repaganization, and which included Lusitanization of the Goan Christians, thus giving them for the first time a culture that distinguished them from their neighbors.

Portugal’s royal dynasty, the Avis, ended with the disaster of Alcácer Quibir (1578); the crown of Portugal was united with that of the Asturias, Leon, Castile & Aragon (Spain) in 1580. When Holland abandoned the Christian faith for Calvinism and rebelled against Spain, it also waged war against Portugal. Under pressure from the Protestants, the Portuguese seceded from the Personal Union with Spain in 1640, setting up the House of Bragança, with the help of the English Protestants. Despite remaining Christian, Portugal from then on allowed itself to be dominated by the English Protestants and their Portuguese agents, who staged revolutions that successively took Portugal further and further away from its Christian roots. The new Portugal that emerged was also no longer a great military power, but depended on Protestant England for survival. Protestant England successively forced Portugal to fold up the Inquisition, to admit Hindus into Goa, staged the liberal revolutions of Pombal and of Peter II.

The decadence of the Portuguese, who betrayed themselves in order to purchase a false peace with the Protestant English and Dutch by turning against the Spanish, set the stage for the eventual balkanization of Greater Portugal, culminating in the Indian invasion and occupation of Goa, 1954-1961.

Goa and Goans had been assimilated into Greater Portugal by entirely legitimate means, and Goa became an integral and indivisible or inalienable part of Greater Portugal.

A territory has a right to secede only if it is illegitimately oppressed and its people are denied the right to life or are unjustly threatened with extermination. Goa was never oppressed and Goans were never threatened with extermination by the Portuguese State, of which she was and remains a part, and as such, Goa and Goans did not have the right to secede, and Goans, by-and-large, did not acknowledge any such pretension. That pretension was a projection upon Goa and Goans by the Hindu Indian state as part of its shameless chicanery, and was supported by a small number of Goan traitors.

Goa never seceded from Portugal and has never even pretended to accede to the Indian Union. The only relationship that Goa and India have is that of a victim of international banditry and of the perpetrator of this banditry.

The United Nations is an organization set up by the English and Americans to further their ideology, White Anglo-Saxon Protestantism, to universalize this ideology, which is also called Anglicanism and Americanism (they are identical). As such, the United Nation was a criminal organization designed to wage psychological war against other states, and particularly to bring about the extermination of Political Christendom, of which Greater Portugal, including Goa, is a part. The United Nations did not have the moral authority to decide whether any people did not possess “self-determination.” Its pretension to do so was part of its general strategy to break up Christendom, to destroy Christian political unity, and to further the cause of the Pharisees, the hidden masters of Protestantism.

If people have a right to self-determination on a universal basis, then every single ethnic group on the face of the earth must be acknowledged to possess such a right. However, the United Nations is sharply hypocritical and shy of acknowledging such a right!

The identity of Goa and Goans as an integral part of Greater Portugal is not dependent on the goodwill and acknowledgement of such a right by the City of Lisbon or its citizens, and neither has the City of Lisbon, Iberian Portugal or any other part of Portugal the right to alienate any other part of Greater Portugal. As such, the alleged 1974 “Soares-Chavan Treaty” is illegal, criminal and chimerical, without any force of law. That the United Nations has “registered” this “treaty” as “legitimate” demonstrates beyond any doubt the United Nations’ own culpability and criminality as an accomplice in the crimes against Goa and Greater Portugal.

Another party to the crime against Goa and Portugal is the hijacked Vatican, the Modernist Roman Protestants, who connived with the Rape of Portugal and who saluted and commended it and “recognize” it as “legitimate.” This is Roman Protestantism, Vatican II, the Bogusordian religion which masquerades as the Catholic Religion, but which is its antithesis.

We Goans and Portuguese (Goans being a sub-species of Portuguese) must also recognize Gandhi and Gandhianism, Nehru and Nehruvianism, and Indianism, as being frauds and masquerades, and as being Anglicanism and Americanism under a new guise; that Gandhi was not a sincere and honest advocate of truth and non-violence, but that he was a humbug and a hypocrite; that India is a criminal venture and an act of aggression against mankind. The Portuguese representative at the United Nations effectively nailed India's lies when he cited the Arch-Humbug Nehru's statement in the Indian Parliament: "The Indian Union is not prepared to tolerate the presence of the Portuguese in Goa even if the Goans wanted them there" - Jawaharlal Nehru, Statement in Indian Parliament, Sept 6, 1955, as quoted by Garin at the United Nations http://www.undemocracy.com/S-PV-988.pdf. See also: "What the Indian Union has always sought is annexation of the Portuguese territories, and it has sought this annexation regardless of the will of the Goan people" - Garin, Representative of Portugal at the United Nations, http://www.undemocracy.com/S-PV-988.pdf

Goans and other Portuguese must acknowledge that they are victims of fraud; that Portugal sinned in the 1640 treason; that the solution to the problem is not by “Constitutionalism” which is the philosophy that we must politely beg for our rights from those who have robbed us of them in broad daylight, but instead we must refuse to recognize their legitimacy, and take up arms against them and overthrow them everywhere and restore Greater Portugal.

There is no other solution.

Part of the solution is to recognize that Vatican II is an apostasy, and to return to the true Catholic Faith. There cannot be a restoration of Greater Portugal without a return to Our Lady of Fatima, and to the True Pope, His Holiness Michael I (http://www.vaticaninexile.com).


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A SHORT CATECHISM ON THE GOAN QUESTION

Post  Admin on Fri Oct 23, 2009 8:36 am


Q. Was Goa either a distinct territory, i.e. “State,” with well-defined territory and people, prior to its liberation from the Turks by the Portuguese under Affonso de Albuquerque in February-November 1510?

Ans.: No. Goa was and is part of the larger ethnic reality, the Konkan or Concan. Goa was never a self-defined State or people distinct from the territory and people surrounding her prior to the arrival of Portugal; it was the Portuguese liberation and assimilation that converted Goa into a distinct and unique people and culture distinguished from lands and peoples in its neighborhood.

Q. Did Goa possess the attributes of sovereignty prior to its liberation in 1510?

Ans.: No. Goa did not possess the attributes of sovereignty prior to its liberation in 1510. Prior to 1510, Goa was conquered and subjugated successively by the Kadambas from Tulunad, the Seuna Yadavas of Deogiri, the Khilji Sultanate of Delhi, the Bahamani Sultanate, the Vijayanagara Empire, the Arabs from Bhatkal, and lastly the Turk Yusuf Adil Shah of Bijapur. It is said that Goa briefly enjoyed independence for about twenty years between the overthrow of the Vijayanagara Empire’s sovereignty over Goa and the Arab invasion from Bhatkal, themselves displaced by the punitive expedition of the Raja of Belgaum at the orders of his suzerain the Vijayanagara Empire.

Q. Was Goa a self-administering territory that “Portugal was only administering” prior to the Indian invasion and occupation?

Ans.: No. Goa was and is an autonomous yet integral sub-national element of the Portuguese State, not a Self-Administering State in Association relationship with Portugal.

Q. Did the United Nations have the right to define Goa as a “Non-Self-Administering” territory?

Ans.: No. The United Nations cannot and did not have any such authority. It was an act of chicanery and hypocrisy, and of robbery, and of encouraging robbery, banditry and criminality on an International Scale.


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THE ENGLISHMEN’S LIE

Post  Admin on Sat Oct 24, 2009 12:02 am

The Englishman is fond of repeating the lie that Spain declined because it expelled the Jews and the Muslims. As a matter of fact, Spain expelled them AND then expanded incredibly as an Empire. Spain began to decline when it allowed Protestant ideas to infiltrate and to gain a foothold under the guise of “Pan-Europeanism.”

Another example is Goa. Goa grew in strength when the small and seditious Hindu minority was expelled. It declined when Goa’s territorial boundaries were expanded to include Hindu majority neighboring regions, the Novas Conquistas (New Conquests: Pernem, Bicholim, Satari, Ponda or Antruz, Sanguem, Quepem & Canacona), which contribute a smaller portion to the overall Goan population, and where the Portuguese Liberals, agents of the English Protestants, did not allow the rigorous Christianization and Lusitanization that made the Velhas Conquistas (Old Conquests: Ilhas de Goa or “Tiswaddedm,” Bardez, Salsette) into an integral part of Greater Portugal.

The Liberals under the traitor and English agent Pombal even forcibly intruded Hindus from the Novas Conquistas into the Velhas Conquistas, negating the earlier law that had forbidden the residence of non-Christians in the Velhas Conquistas.

This commingling, contamination and pollution of the purity of the Goan population resulted in the gradual seduction of Goans away from their religious loyalties, and that led to their seduction away from their political loyalty to Greater Portugal.

It is this contamination and pollution of the Goan ethos and culture that eventually paved the way for the Indian Rape of Goa, 1954-1961.

In the case of England, too, we see that the Englishmen lie. The English Protestants did not tolerate the survival of the Christians in England but brutally persecuted and suppressed them, leading to their numbers dwindling down to nearly nothing, and making them totally irrelevant as a part of the population, and thus making England into a homogenous population, aligned behind a unified self-image and self-conception that allowed it to wage wars of aggression against Christendom and to encroach upon Christendom.

The same is true of the United States, which has a tacit, unwritten policy of “assimilation” of peoples into the White Anglo-Saxon Protestant culture and ethos, de-Christianization of the immigrants and of Christian minorities.
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ARMED STRUGGLE & PROPORTIONATISM

Post  Admin on Sat Oct 24, 2009 12:03 am

Goa needs nothing other than an armed struggle to liberate it from the cloying, deadening embrace of the barbarian hordes. But mere exclusion of the barbarian hordes is not enough. It is necessary to actively neutralize the barbarian hordes, to negate their power.

Armed struggle is the only means to this.

Goans and Portuguese will need to secure to themselves finances. We must remember that no one is going to give us alms, and that our persecutors have robbed us of immense wealth. We must have no compunction in re-appropriating to ourselves that what rightfully belongs to us, monies which have been robbed from us.

Proportionatism means that the punishment and response must be proportionate to the crime. India affirms that it will not tolerate Goa being a part of Greater Portugal even if the Goans desire it. Proportionatism therefore demands that the only solution is the negation and destruction of the Indian State, its balkanization or rather resolution into its constituent ethnic groups.
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