‘Secular’ India continue in ‘Dhimmitude’ somnolent slumber

via H.Balakrishnan published on March 11, 2007





Kudos to Swapan Dasgupta in his forthright and ‘politically incorrect’ column “A wake-up call” (TNSE-MAGAZINE-11 MAR),when he wrote ‘The absence of Islamism from any deliberation on either religion or secularism is striking.It suggests that today’s governing elite are unwilling to grapple with the dangers posed by a rising tide of Islamism’.


Echoing the very same thoughts in a perceptive Article on the Net,entitled “Why confront Islamism”, Amil Imani,an Iran born,U.S. based Shia Muslim had written He concludes his Article as:


 “It is urgent that we confront Islamism. All free people, Muslim or not, must demand that their governments, at all levels, abandon the practice of political correctness and act to safeguard liberty against the truly deadly assault of Islamism on the rest of the World“.


True to form,our hysteric liberals will remain silent. These men and women, who sit in Delhi’s balcony seats, want us to believe that the problem is not Islamism.Just ask ‘bleedingheart’ Sachar!!As a charade,this one cannot be bettered. However,just a few weeks ago, these very same gods of political correctness were playing the victim card on behalf of a jehadi, who facilitated the attack on Parliament. They are also waiting for the next opportunity to go public with their new set of stories against cops and the Army based on dubious stories and spurious data.


There are enough signs these days to show that the West is waking-up rapidly to the threat of Islamism. ‘Secular’ India,especially under the present effete lot in Delhi,will continue in ‘Dhimmitude’ somnolent slumber.God save this nation.


Cry the beloved country.

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