Wednesday, February 25, 2009

The (Islamic) Barbarians Inside India's Gates

You can not win at a boxing match (and such is the fight between Hinduism and Islam), if you are not aggressive. No matter how effectively you defend yourself and protect yourself, there comes the moment when you have to hit. Thousand of years the Muslims have turned Hindus into their religion and almost never the opposite. It’s time things changed. ** This does not contradict the principles of the religion at all, as some may claim.

It is necessary, also, at first place . . . to adopt laws against the mass Islamization of the Hindus. The international community can be convinced with the argument that the mass ceremonies of turning into another religion threaten the social peace in the country and lead to inter-religious conflicts. In addition to this, as it has been already said, the democratic principles are not absolute, only the religious values are absolute.

So, the Indian nation should finally wake up and stand as an iron fist against the secret aspirations of the barbarians.


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by Bojil Kolarov

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In 4102 from the beginning of Kali Juga the barbarians invaded Punjab. At the lead of their hordes was Mahmud Gaznavi - a Turk from Middle Asia, who moved the capital of his state in Ghazna. In the course of the next years his armies undertook a series of ravaging military campaigns against India, turning her northwest provinces into piles of burning ashes and killing more than one hundred thousand people. However, more fearful is the fact that the invaders forcefully imposed in the sacred land of the Vedas a doubtful religion standing in most cases far lower than the Hinduism - Islam. In the next ten centuries the latter spread all over the country like an epidemic to such a degree that today it encompasses almost one third from the population of the subcontinent and turn into the greatest ever threat for the existence of the Indian civilization.

The subject matter of this book shall be the history of India, its destiny and the causes which brought her downfall in the last millenium. This is a humble attempt of a foreigner to analyze the circumstances which transformed the wisest and greatest ever people into a peripheral human formation from the Third World, threatened to be engulfed by the Arab spirit at any moment.
Since this book expresses a subjective view on the course of history I consider it appropriate to share how I reached the idea for writing it.

I have shown a deep interest in India since I was very young. As long as I remember this far-away land attracted me strongly with its mystery and wisdom. I felt that India is a land different than the rest, it is not like other countries. The more books I read about its ancient history the more my conviction flourished and strengthened. So, I decided that I should either go and see it or my life will turn pointless

However, soon I understood that the real threat for the country did not came from the west but from quite a different place. It sprang from the very bottom of the Indian society, from a large community of people, unexpectedly implanted during the last thousand years in its very womb, sucking its life juices. I speak about the Islam community.

I heard about presence of Islam threat in the country from my Indian friends when they pointed to me some Muslim in the crowd and commented that his co-believers refuse to fulfil the programs of the government for family planning and have purposefully 10-15 children, whereas the Hindus have only 3-4. For me India was the country of the wandering philosophers and the yogis, the sacred land of the Vedas, the Upanishads and Gita.

I grasped more clearly the real size of the threat when in the spring of 1993 I found myself in a remote village in eastern Bihar. Eighty percent of the residents were Muslims and twenty - Hindus. The monopoly of the first over the social life was total. The signs were everywhere written not in Devangari but with the Arab alphabet. The appearance of most of the villagers, their way of clothing, even their face expression spoke that these people not only look like Arabs but that they felt like Arabs, thought like Arabs and their umbilical cord with India is cut (later I would find that the Islam religion is able to leave traces on the faces of people and mould them.) Night and day every several hours from the loudspeaker of the minaret, the prayer of the muezzin was blasting out and did not allow the Hindus, neither the tourists nor those Muslims who did not follow strictly the religious prescriptions, to sleep in peace. I had the feeling that I was not here in India - the land of Buddha and Shri Shankaracharya, but somewhere in the Middle East.

Suddenly, I realized that in the last thousand years India had changed a lot, and for the first time in her millenary history one foreign and hostile to her real essence body was implanting. Everywhere in the big Indian cities I could see the growing Muslim quarters, with their characteristic architecture, with their slaughterhouses, they were everywhere, closed communities, hostile, looking with disdain and disgust at the surrounding community of the “impious”. Over hundred million subjects of Republic India had in fact nothing in common with her, because their heart was a thousand kilometers from here - somewhere in the Middle East. They felt as citizens of the invisible Pakistan (and demonstrated it), citizens of the World Caliphate and wanted to be foreigners in their own country.

I have often asked myself what was so specific about the Muslim self-conscience that prevents it from getting integrated with any other? Why the Christians, Buddhists, Judeans, Sikhs or Jains can live in harmony with India and enrich her culture, but the followers of Mohamed can not? The Islam is not just a total religion, it is a nationality. Its followers all over the world felt like part of God-chosen nation, which stands over the rest. The people who profess other religions are considered to be “impious” and in the case of the Hindus, worse - for “pagan”. The Muslims would rather transform India into an Arab country, but they would never become real Indians. Until they are minority in a certain country they would lead a closed life in their shell, keeping aside from the social and state life, but when they become a majority they would impose with an iron fist their understanding about the society over the other religious communities, without showing consideration for nothing.

This is the uniqueness of the Muslim invasions in India from the period of 8-15 century. While the previous invaders - the Persians, Greeks, Hunas and Juechas have only ravaged the country without trying to interfere in the secular and religious life (for that reason these numerous invaders disappeared like grain of sand in the vast Indian sea), the Arabs, the Pushtuns and the Turks have tried to impose a new view of life and conception of the world, exemplified by the Islam, which would have over-live their physical existence. This turns into a real threat for the traditional culture of the country because the Islam creates a totalitarian culture that does not tolerate any other traditions and customs.

Where Islam settled, the traditional culture before long disappeared.. Those regions in which it outweighed, were brutally cut from the bosom of the Indian civilization and annexed to the Semitic. The bloody violence over the local population from the invaders, and also the treason of millions of Hindus, who betrayed the bequest of their own religions helped for the spreading of the new religion. Century by century the Arab doctrine spread around the country of the Vedas like a cancer in an diseased person in order to encompass in our days almost 30% of its population. If this expansion does not stop and 380 belief apostates of the subcontinent do not understand the character of the sin committed by their ancestors, India is threatened in the next 1-2 centuries to follow the destiny of the Zoroastrian Iran which 1300 years ago disgracefully surrendered to the warriors of the crescent moon.

Having mentioned all this, one should not be left with the impression that the degeneration and weakness of India are only blamed on the Muslims, nor with the impression that this book will look at the Hindu-Muslim relations. Islam is only tool in the hands of the Providence, its spread on the subcontinent is God’s punishment of the Hindus for their sins in the past. And they are not little. Degeneration of the class society, loss of the truth about man, slackness of morals, metaphysical fear, impotence, passiveness - these are only some of the sins of the Hindus which lead eventually to the created critical situation. The more I rummaged through the history of India from the last three thousand years, the more I found Karma occasions for the ensuing tragic events. In this little book I want to retell in a concise form what I found examining the history of present-day India and help in a way - as far as it is possible, of course - so that some of the tragic faults made by the Indian in the past should not be repeated in the future. These efforts spring from my gratitude and love for India, because everything I know for the world and life, I know it thanks to the Indian philosophy.

Here is the Table of the Contents of this book:



Part One: THE SINS
Chapter 1: India as it was before
Chapter 2: Begining of the downfall. Degeneration of the caste system
Chapter 3: The downfall of knowledge
Chapter 4: Other forms of degeneration: slackness of morals

Chapter 1: Begining of the Muslim invasions (11-15 C)
Chapter 2: About the superiority of Hinduism to Islam
Chapter 3: Continuation of Muslim invasions (15-18 C)
Chapter 4: India after the independence. The islamisation reaches its critical point



The Indian Muslims however, carried forward the legacy of Islamic invaders, who used this concept of Muslim brotherhood to keep the new Islamic recruits socially separated from the Hindus obviously with a political design.

Afghans, Turks and Arabs, who all entered India as invaders, were Sunni Muslims, who strongly believed in Sunnat (practice of the Prophet) but they had no brotherly fraternity. Historically they were inimical to each other. "The relation between Moghuls and Afghans were not friendly. The Afghans had a deep seated hatred for the Moghuls, and it was only the yoke of subjection which had reconciled them to the domination of the latter and passage of time had partly healed the wounds" (A Social History of Islamic India by Mohammad Yasin, Second Edition, 1974, Page 10).

Theoretically, the Muslim community is a caste-less society but in practice Indian Muslims are socially divided between the descendants of Muslim invaders, converts from upper caste Hindus and lower caste Hindu converts. Shaikh, Sayed, Pathan and Moghuls who belong to upper strata of Muslim society and popularly known as Ashraf Muslims do not maintain equality in social interaction with their co-religionists, who belong to their pre-Islamic lower caste Hindus like barber, washerman, weaver, butcher, scavenger and so on. Still carrying the mental burden of their pre-Islamic castes, they continue to suffer from inferiority complex in their social interaction with upper caste converts. Though, there is no religious binding, the inter-marriage between different groups of Indian converts is not common in Muslim society. In fact the Muslims have relatively fewer points of quarrels with Hindus than of their own community that is widely divided in various sects.
The concept of brotherhood in Islam as also in other religions suggests pursuit of social equality. But the social stratification of Indian Muslims in various social segments and their social segregation from Ashraf Muslims clearly indicate that no brotherly fraternity exists among them. Contrary to the concept of religious equality and the Islamic brotherhood, social inequality remained the striking feature of Indian Muslims too (Indian Muslims - Edited by Noor Mohammad, 1999, Page 219). "Muslim community is not a homogeneous, a well-knit and consolidated community" (Muslim Attitudes by Moin Shakir, 1974, Page2). The Muslim ruling class however always used this concept to exploit the Indian converts to Islam for their political cause even though the latter carried forward their pre-Islamic social and cultural traits.



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