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Hindus: History by 2050?



Sounds outlandish and outrageous, right?

How could Sanatan Dharma, a religion that always existed perish?


After all, it has braved against all odds, Ghazni to Tughlaq, Taimur to Chengiz, Babur to God knows who all. Tortured, massacred, raped, yet Hinduism survived.


Yes, it would have still survived provided we were not ruled by the British.

They not only looted us but ensured that the country could never get back to its feet ever again.


Playing the devil’s advocate, the British were smart and had an uncanny insight into the craft of ruling people. Though it took them a while to realise that a country like India was different than any other country. They knew India to be too rooted in tradition and diversity.


So then how did they go about their agenda?

By slowly yet surely severing the roots, the regional language of India. To achive the same they revised our education system. Macaulay urged William Bentinck, the Governor-General to reform secondary education on utilitarian lines to deliver "useful learning" – a phrase that to Macaulay was synonymous with Western culture.


Macaulay’s education system had three language formulae, English as main subject, Local language as second preference and any other language chosen as their third preference.

He learnt that traditional education system in India made Indians attached to their own tradition, culture and rituals. But since that meant useless for colonial rule, he thought of changing the educational system in India. British India was in need of people who can do clerical jobs.


He observed, “I have travelled across the length and breadth of India," and I have not seen one person who is a beggar, who is a thief, such wealth I have seen in this country, such high moral values, people of such caliber, that I do not think we would ever conquer this country unless we break the very backbone of this nation, which is her spiritual and cultural heritage, and therefore I propose that we replace her old and ancient education system, her culture, for if the Indians think that all that is foreign and English is good and greater than their own, they will lose their self esteem, their native culture, and they will become what we want them, a truly dominated nation."


With Western Culture permeating Indian culture, language and ethos took a back seat. And here we are today, a nation without any Identity, respect or pride.


Whatever little remained was systematically eroded by Nehru who wanted India to have one narrative woven around Nehru-Gandhi , one book defining India and one family as the supreme ruler. While Nehru-Gandhi ruled, the populace, sans any real education, designed to produce Babus, never questioned anything or the rulers.


The last nail in our coffin was naming Mohandas Gandhi as ‘Father of the nation.’

Father of the nation?

Was there no nation before Gandhi?

Did India come into existence with Gandhi?


What about the 5000 years of legacy, our culture, our glorious past?

By coining the term, Father of nation, Nehru masterfully deleted whatever India ever stood for. Romila Thapar and the likes contributed by glorifying the Mughals and painting Hindu rulers as cowards and losers.


From the history text book, the Cholas, Chaluklyas, Guptas; powerful dynasties that ruled for centuries were systematically erased. India meant Akbar and the Mughals.


The narrative was playing fine till Ram Mandir issue came up.

I am not sure if it was planned or it happened, but in no time Hindu started uniting as a vote bank. A party with little significance, BJP, came to the centre stage. If that was not enough, Hindu got its biggest mascot in the form of Narendra Modi.


An able administrator with proven track record, embeded in RSS ideology, when he took the chair of PM, little did the world know of his impact. In no time, the world was echoing his footsteps, his policy and his outreach plan.


From Russia to USA, Vietnam to France, G7 to WEF, every single nation, forum was throbbing with one name, Modi, Modi, Modi.


This got Hindutava the centerstage.

Of course, the world power started taking notice of it.


This was also noticed by the Islamist forces who felt threatened. In no time, a well planned campaign was launched to defame, Modi, India and Hindutva.


I am sure you know that the war of supremacy has been between the Christians and Islam. This long drawn war has been going on for centuries. With the fall of the Roman Empire , it only got bitter. Now, both are out there claiming supremacy and both know Hindus to be the real threat. No wonder, both have channelised their energies in eliminating Hindutva, Hindus and Hindustan. Religion conversion, Love Jihad are casing points.


Slush with funds, resources, they have activated every sleeper cell. From Amir to Anurag, Rajdeep to Shekhar Gupta, every influencer worth anything has been let out to defame and discredit Modi, the biggest mascot.


How could any Indian be against CAA when it has nothing to do with any Indian?

How could any Indian protest against NRC when no one knows what would it entail?

Shaheen Bagh is just a platform, a template to see if using Muslim Force the society and the nation can be choked. They want to see and test the patience of the government and the reaction of media.


Remember what Sharjeel Imam said?

He wanted to cut off Assam and North Eastern states. How?

By replicating Shaheen Bagh on a larger scale.

Yes, that is why he was seeking the support of 5 lac muslims.

The rate at which the Muslims are reproducing, by 2050 they would be close to being majority in India. Scary? Well, it is a reality.


The plot is simple.

Weaken the nation.

Discredit the government.

Discredit every independent institution, army to judiciary, election commission to CAG.

Sow the seeds of disharmony, basis religion, caste, reservation etc.

And start a civil war.


All this to destroy the 5000 year old civilisation that has been standing between the

Muslim-Christian aggression and spread across the world. Time to wake up and unite, or else rooted in mythology we could soon turn into one.


-Amit Shankar

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