"Indianism" OR The Myth of Hindu "Nationalism"

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"Indianism" OR The Myth of Hindu "Nationalism"

Post  Admin on Tue Oct 27, 2009 9:00 am


Sunday, June 21, 2009

Indianism is the ideology of the Indian National Congress Party. In its more virulent adaptation by some Hindus, it is the ideology of the Sangh Parivar, which comprises of literally thousands of front organizations, but which is most notoriously represented by the Bharatiya Janata Party, its political arm, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, its socio-cultural fascism arm, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, the Bajrang Dal, its terrorist arm....

Ironically, Indianism does not have roots in India. It is an artificial transplant, an indigenized version of Political Anglicanism or rather 'Britishism' that was the creation of the English.

'Britishism' is an artificial construct. The 'British' are not a nation. They are several distinct ethnic groups: The English, Scots (Lallanders & Gaels), the Welsh (Cymri), the Cornish, the Irish, the Manx. 'Great Britain' was created by traitors to Christ, by Protestant Scotch and English apostates and rebels confederating, and then dragooning the others into slavery to their 'god,' Satan, the 'god' of Anglicanism and the Scotch Kirk.

It was an Englishman, Allen Hume, who founded the Congress, in an imitation of the Continental Congress that spearheaded the independence movement of the U.S.A., apostate England's first child, its first hellish spawn, Gringostan, the New Sodom, Murderer of the Saints.

It was Englishmen who instigated, guided and directed the invention of the Hindi language, a Sanskritized, Hinduized form of the Urdu language, and using a variant of the Modi script in which Marathi is written.

Ancient, pre-English India was a stranger to Indianism. It saw India, not as one nation and one people, but as a collection of nations and peoples, and of kingdoms and principalities.

Hindu India is the creation of the Brahmins. The Brahmins were originally the second caste, below the Kshatriyas, the Rulers, but they supplanted the rulers and seized for themselves the first place. This revolution resulted in the Zoroastrian Reaction which split the ancient Aryans or Indo-Europeans into two rival groups, the Indians and the Iranians.

Since then, the Brahmins have worked long and assiduously to foment internal strife and conflict between Kshatriya and Kshatriya, instigating each princeling to fantasize about universal dominion for himself, and thus to keep them divided and subordinated.

Classical, "orthodox" Hinduism is marked by a dual dichotomy: On the one hand it derogated non-Indians and even non-Upper Caste Hindus as barbarians, "Mlecchas" and untouchables whose very presence polluted them. On the other hand, it taught that the traveller was to be treated as a god, "Athithi devo bhava." Today, of course, most Hindus pretend that "Athithi devo bhava" meant a generalized welcome and respect of all and any traveller.

However, historically, Hinduism did not behave in this manner. It insisted that cultural vocations could be had only for the Upper Castes, the Brahmins, Kshatriyas and Vaishyas, and not for any other group of people. It always looked upon others as barbarians, and even as Demons or Asuras, or as Yakshas, who ought to be driven away. Indian history is replete with the slaughter of "Yakshas," foreigners who had the mischance of landing on Indian shores.

That is not to say that there were no exceptions, but the exceptions always prove the rule.

Today, Indianism means that all Indians are one nation, and that Hindi is the national language. The more virulent Sangh Parivar, of course, want to replace Hindi with Sanskrit, the language invented by the Brahmins at the cost of their Rape of India, just as the Afrikaans became rich and fat at the cost of raping South Africa....

But if we consider the question from the rational viewpoint, we will immediately recognize that Indianism is nonsense, a chimera.

Firstly, the only basis for the territorial expanse of "India" is that it was conquered and bequeathed by the English. But India or rather, more properly, the East Indies, is not limited to British India. It also included the Spanish, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Danish, etc. sections. One of them, the other large accretion, the Dutch East Indies, is now Indonesia. "Indonesia" is a made-up conjunct word that has its basis in Greek, which is a language alien to Indonesia; the word means "the Indian Islands."

Neither is British India nor Dutch India "one nation." Both are multi-ethnic realities. A few centuries back, no one in India had heard of Hindi as "the national language" of British India, or of Bahasa Indonesia as "the national language" of the Dutch Indies. If you were able to travel back in time to Bengal or Punjab or to Braj-Bhumi or to Magadha or Mithila-Desh or to the Moluccas or Sumatra, the native peoples of those lands would have laughed in your face at the suggestion that Hindi or Bahasa Indonesia is their "national language."

Today, of course, this folly is the Official Religion, indoctrinated into one and all in school, by the Government controlled t.v. and radio, by the Media, by the Courts, by all the organs of the state.

Indeed, so brainwashed have people become, and so incapable of original thought, that any suggestion to the contrary is considered "heresy" and "blasphemy"!

Indeed, so complete is this insidious and deliberate indoctrination into this falsehood, that it has brainwashed even peoples who were never part of British India, such as Goa, and caused them to agitate and to even commit treason and social suicide, to destroy their own special identities and to merge and submerge themselves into the mind-deadening mass of Indianism!

When these facts are considered, it becomes quickly obvious that "Hindu Nationalism," the more virulent form of the Congress' "Indianism" is a chimera, a falsehood. The Hindu people are not a nation, any more than all Christians comprise a single ethnic group. The very idea is idiotic beyond belief.

But idiotic though it is, it is the Sacred Religion of many millions, who take umbrage at those who refuse to fall down and worship their Ba'als. That has caused many to attack me. Not that I care for their stupidity or fear their madness.

Lúcio Mascarenhas, Baçaim, East Indies

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