TJS George continues Hindu bashing

via Balakrishnan.H published on February 4, 2007

After a period of ‘deceptive’ silence,TJS George,in his ‘Pointless View’ -“Of bad taste and rascally rapscallions”- (TNSE-04 FEB),returns to his favourite ‘Hindu Bashing’!!


Thats the ‘long and the short’ of  this Sabbath’s fulminations!!Bal Thackeray is just a ‘front’ for the invectives.The raison de etre lies in the ‘saffron flag’ fluttering atop a number of Municipal Corporation buildings in Maharashtra!!This,despite a motivated and orchestrted campaign by the ‘secular English Media’,in the days preceding the polls!!


Reading his column,I was reminded of Tavleen Singh writing in the Indian Express of 13 JUNE 2004,entitled ‘The Inner Voice Too Needs Hearing’.This intrepid Sikh lady wrote:


” My inner voice is a bit of a nag and I might have told it to shut up,had Madhu Kishwar not drawn my attention to the need for someone to examine how many times the word Hindu is used pejoratively.After this I began to read and listen more carefully to ‘SECULAR’ voices and found to my horror that Madhu was right,Hindu Fanatic,Hindu Fundamentalism,Hindu Nationalist,Hindutva mostly,that is how the word Hindu gets used and nearly always pejoratively.I am not a Hindu,but with this I have a serious problem;it has expanded into a challenge to Hindu civilization”.


Drawing attention to the havoc caused by the Semitic religions,Tavleen Singh stated:


“Hindu civilization is something of which I am very proud of.If that is evidence of my being ‘communal’,then my inner  voice tells me, ‘SO BE IT’. SO BE IT WITH ME ALSO!!


A pity that TNIE doesn’t publish Tavleen Singh, but inflicts its readers with the ‘THOUGHTLESS’ and ‘POINTLESS’ balderdash of the ‘George  Sermons on Sabbath’!!

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