published on November 4, 2013

India is a very strange country having double meaning for everything. The term “Minorities” is used universally to denote small communities, however in India it is  taken to denote powerful, wealthy foreign religious followers, who vote en bloc in order to threaten political stability or influence political decisions.  By cunningly following en bloc voting, these so called religious groups extract innumerable economic benefits, which are denied to the so called majority Hindu population.

In order to convey the real  hidden mischief of the term “Minorities”, we must always refer to them as MOST FAVOURED COMMUNITIES, and the neglected, looked down upon Hindus as MNC’s  – MOST NEGLECTED COMMUNITIES.

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