Murderous, Mercenary Maoists

via Vijayalakshmi G published on November 1, 2009

According to newspaper reports, the Home Minister P.Chidambaram came out strongly against Salwa Judum and stated that the ‘civil militia launched to fight the Maoists in Chhatisgarh has come to an end.’ No sooner was this done, the murderous, christist-funded Maoists stormed into a village in Kikirpal under Sukma block and butchered three middle -aged men, with sharp-edged weapons, said the Police. Those murdered were a RSS leader and two of his relatives.

The question here is: when the Govt cannot protect the lives of ordinary  law-abiding citizens, what right does it have to deny them of their right to self-defence by organising themselves? Salwa Judum had effectively defended the villagers and innocent tribals so long.In the face of fierce militancy by anti-national Maoists, we cannot expect the police to be everywhere and protect all people, when they cannot protect themselves fully. The citizens certainly needed the
self-defence force of Salwa Judum, but unfortunately most of the Civil Rights groups, which are left-oriented and christist-funded, antinational groups, carried on a sustained campaign against it. The Union Home ministry succumbed to pressure and Salwa Judum was disempowered to protect the hapless villagers and tribals. The brutal murders of the RSS men in Chhatisgarh and Swami Lakshmanananda Saraswati and four of his ashramites in Orissa by mercenary, christian Maoists only proves that these Maoists are  contract-killers, and do
not have any lofty ideals.

The anti-national Rights groups, with a penchant for  defending the rights of anti-socials and anti-nationals,  are  totally impervious to the rights of law-abiding citizens and victims of terror. They have told the Govt.:”Stop killing tribals in the name of Maoists.” We, the law-abiding citizens of this land, need to tell them: “Stop supporting the  murderous  Maoists in the name of tribals,” The tribals are only a cover for the nefarious designs of vested interests.

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