||Sep 1st – 15th 2009
Our country is undergoing a serious moral, social, cultural, political, economic crisis. And what not. Our good old value system is itself collapsing. And such an all-round crisis is simply mounting as days pass.
We have been saying all this in fits and bits and hence an elaboration of our anguished cry.
If you ask an urban, educated — particularly the English-speaking wala in a big metropolitan city — he will simply dismiss our statement and say such a gloom is the creation of prophets of doom like the Dalit Voice
Stock market decides everything: A real, truthful situation of the country is never reported, never discussed. Many times even senior journalists are not realising that the home that is India, in which we are all living, is indeed crumbling — if not on fire. Only a “seeing eye” can make out the gravity of the situation.
Particularly the English-knowing walas are ever kept optimistic. Their ever-alert eyes and ears are focused on the stock market.
For your information such world famous Western TV networks like the BBC, CNN, Euro never, ever report on Indian stock market because for them India is of no significance. But what actually is happening in the Indian stock market run by the Gujarati Banias and their corrupt caucus and aided by the more corrupt Indian Brahminical officialdom?
Not even 2% of the Indian population (about 1,200 crores) has anything to do with the stock market. The Editor of Dalit Voice has not a single share in any company.
Yet this less than 2% of the stock market racketeers decide the fate of the country. Everybody’s eyes (meaning those who matter in India) are fixated on the share market. The share market ups and downs decide the decision of the govt.
Dalal Street Dagalbajis: Those holding shares are mostly the English-knowing urban dwellers. From this we can make out how the fate of the over 1,200 crore people in this vast subcontinent is decided by a micro-minority — mostly Banias and Brahmins and their bumlickers.
It is this stock market that shapes our policies, our very future. Certainly not the over 85% of the people living outside — and certainly not the producers of food. See the power of the Dalal Street Dagalbajis and the mind-manipulating Manuwadis. And all those involved (official and non-officials mostly in the world of high finance like banking and allied activities) are the stinking corrupt lot.
It is these people along with those equally corrupt journalists connected with financial newspapers and TV — whose business it is to keep the country ever optimistic — putting out periodical false reports saying the real estate market “has started picking up”, “tourism is booming”, “exports are soaring”.“ India’s GDP jumps to 8%”. Utter false- hood. The unthinking urbanites consume this poison injected into their brains by the Brahminists and go gaga. The over 60% illiterate and semi-illiterate dumb-driven sweat labour are totally ignorant of this urban drama of the educated elite.
Corrupt financial journalists: Financial journalists are all under instruction to put out only false news even as things go on simply collapsing and dying. Newspapers and TV keep on painting a rosy picture of optimism. This exactly was the philosophy behind the “India Shining” gimmick of the Brahmana Jati Party (BJP) election stunt that refused to pay dividend.
The only paper in India which comes out with a truthful picture of the country is Dalit Voice but we are dubbed prophets of doom. Always talking negative, finding fault with everything and thereby misleading the people. That means these educated, particularly the English educated elite, are made to believe only the falsehood.
All revolutionaries were pessimists: Those who run down DV must know that not a single prophecy made in DV has gone wrong. All our statements are in black and white and hence verifiable.
The charge against DV is we are for ever pessimists. We accept this charge.
All the greatest philosophers and path-finders who figure in world history right from the Budha, Karl Marx, Mao, Prophet Mohammed, Dr. Ambedkar, Periyar EVR were pessimists.
Gandhi was a perpetual optimist and led us to doom and disaster. Revolutionaries have to be pessimists. Then only he or she would goad the people to fight for social change. Optimists produce crooks and crackpots.
India’s intellectual desert: Look at the deep wound such a psyche will inflict upon the country’s morale. The educated people of India should have been the harbingers of change and leaders of thought revolution which precedes all other varieties of revolution.
Instead of the educated leading us, they are only misleading the country, blindly believing in the downright falsehood, which forces you to become dishonest, corrupt. When a society lacks even in basic honesty what will be its future?
Scholars are dying, if not dead. The society has no respect for the learned, the intellectual. Those adored and paraded are the bogus Brahminists who survive on the masala of media moles.
Book shops are closing down. Libraries gathering dust. University professors are paid agents of politicians. Hindu India has turned into a vast intellectual Sahara.
If you have tears shed them now.
That is how the entire Indian elite society — you take any branch of this society, even our academic and intellectual world not spared — has become rotten to the core, stinking, nauseating.
Our teachers, called the noblest profession, have lost respect. Nobody likes to go to the teaching field. That is how only those who don’t get any other job become teachers. (V.T. Rajshekar, India’s Intellectual Desert, DSA-1999, Rs. 50).
The charge against DV: The moment we say this we are called pessimistic, prophets of doom and gloom. “The Editor of DV has no other business except to run down India, criticise our own country in the public and present a bad image of it to foreigners”.
What is the meaning of this charge against us? It only means that we should not speak out the Truth and uphold Justice. Is supporting Justice and Truth — the very foundation on which any society has to be built if it has to bloom — a crime? Yes. This is the Brahminical micro-minority charge against us.
Master crook Chanakya: This is the charge a set of people who consider Chanakya (Kautilya) of the Arthasastra, the work of a master crook, as a genius.
Such master crooks may be in a micro-minority, say less than 15% of our population, but they are our rulers today — parading as Deshbhaktas — with a stranglehold on our neck. They set the values which have not only ruined the whole elite society but also its children — and the country as a whole. This is the problem we face today.
Honestly, we don’t know where we are heading. There is not one single voice in this country except DV which echoes such sentiments. Why? Because speaking out the Truth and defending Justice is not popular. It will not be appreciated.
Are there no “good Brahmins”: Yes. We do meet some “good Brahmins”. As we discuss these problems, the “good Brahmin” nods his head. He does not disagree. But when we ask him why he is not raising his voice against the thugs and pindaries pillaging the society, he sulks. Silent.
That is why Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar said “Brahmins of India have not produced a single revolutionary”. The most important quality of a revolutionary is he/she must be a very angry person. Angry against the system.
Kanshi Ram’s anger: Kanshi Ram once physically attacked a group of Brahminical journalists stealthily hiding in the garden of his Khan Market official residence (Delhi) in the dead of night as he came home from a meeting. He showed us the spot where the “rascals” were hiding and how he and his bodyguards gave them a first class dressing down. We congratulated him and said such direct action is better than a thousand words.
Look at the cut-throat quarrel of the Ambani brothers’ corrupt caucus. Both are crooks. Yet there is none to discipline them. All the journalists are on their pay roll.
That doesn’t mean the country as a whole is rotting. No. No. No.
Villages free from vaidik contamination: The overwhelming village-dwelling people, even those in small towns, are pure, clean — with deep interest of the country at heart. Why? Because they are producers.
All producers of wealth are good people. Crooks and criminals live mainly in big cities. It is these producers of wealth who have the genuine interest of the country at heart.
Contempt for farmers: But the problem is the villagers, particularly the farmers, do not command respect in our society. In America, England, Japan, Europe etc. the farmers are held in high esteem. But in Hindu India no girl is ready to marry a farmer. Because the farming is held in great contempt. Brahminical values have percolated deep down even into villages.
To repeat, village-dwelling people are producers of wealth. The proof of their work is all there before our very eyes — what we eat and drink — foodgrains, fish, meat, fruits and vegetables, oil etc. The paper on which we write comes from villages,. Even the dress we wear is made from the cotton, wool, silk. The alcohol which the Bhoodevatas love is made from village products. None can live without food. Our urban merry-makers are so fond of eating and drinking and yet they are very fond of ridiculing the village-dwelling farmers. What do these urban, hate-mongering parasites produce? Gossip, rumours, lies, scandals, brain-washing, character assassination, cheating, cheap jokes, wife-beating, show business, all sorts of crimes.
Cockroaches: They love everything that is Western, particularly USA, without following a single great quality of the Americans who made it a sole super power. Our elite society is producing only worms and cockroaches.
It is true that our villages are the sink of caste politics. Dr. Ambedkar has said it. The caste is in tact in the villages. That doesn’t mean the cities are free from caste. Not at all.
Educated people are more caste conscious than the village-dwelling caste leaders.
Villages are caste-ridden and the Untouchables are the worst sufferers of the caste. This is true.
Caste as an institution is alive and kicking in the village but being engaged as producers they do not take their casteism to extremes — except in very rare cases.
Cross-thread journalists: But in urban areas, which are divided caste-wise, caste is the deciding factor in every aspect of life.
Look at our different financial institutions, all urban-based. You will see them loaded with just one single “supreme” caste. Every selection of a post is done on caste basis. The Supreme Court of India is packed with the upper castes. Our Army is totally caste-based. Chartered accountants, who assist all corrupt industrialists and businessmen to evade taxes, are mostly Brahmins. The temple archaka (priest) post is reserved for one single caste and the Supreme Court itself upheld it. The urban India is top to bottom caste-based and the monopoly of the arrogant Aryan. The journalistic profession is the monopoly of the cross-thread walas.
Muslims, who are mostly urbanites, are the worst victims of the other side of the caste coin — communalism.
Villages no doubt are divided on caste basis, segregated on caste basis. Yes. This is a historical development. Yet agriculture production proceeds with collective effort. The rural caste leads to casteism which promotes hatred resulting in caste clashes and violence. This is true.
Mala-Madiga dispute: During the height of the Mala-Madiga dispute in Andhra Pradesh the enemity was confined only to Hyderabad and big urban areas. It did not percolate to villages where the Mala-Madigas, who live side by side, had perfect peace.
Caste is there in villages but caste (identity) is different from casteism which is bad and dangerous. (V.T. Rajshekar, Caste — A Nation Within the Nation, Books for Change, 2002).
JNU as hot bed of casteism: It is the educated people who are the highly caste conscious. To verify the truth go to the country’s most famous Jawaharlal Nehru University in the heart of Delhi. Brahminism decides everything in JNU. Anti-Mandal war and violence was planned, plotted in the JNU. The worst sufferers are the Dalits and Muslim students. This is so in all our 200 and odd universities. If the country’s very temple of learning is casteist and corrupt who can save the country?
Anti-Muslim riots planned in cities: All anti-Muslim and even caste war and violence are plotted in cities. Caste-riots may erupt in some villages but soon it dies down and the warring castes live peacefully for decades.The Gujjar-Meena violent clashes in Rajasthan erupted twice and soon cooled down. The two are now living peacefully.
That is how the Brahmana Jati Party (BJP) rarely gets vote from rural areas. BJP is an urban phenomenon.
It is the educated, mostly the English-educated people — cream of the country (forming about 15%) — who are killing democracy and subverting the very constitution of India. To these heaven-born privileged class social justice is the most hated poison pill. That is why they have virtually killed it. And the very Supreme Court of India, which is charged with the task of upholding and interpreting the constitution, has conspired in killing social justice.
Doctors become blood-suckers: See how the Brahminical mind manipulators and brain-twisters — who are projected as our role model whose pictures are front-paged — have ruined the morale of the different professions. Particularly the doctors — called the noblest of all professions. Today the doctors have become blood-suckers, with minor exceptions. Big hospitals have turned into pickpockets. Same is the case with the profession of lawyers.
Scotch whisky & chicken kabab: Journalists are no longer interested in the villagers. Each journalist is on the pay roll of a politician or an industrialist. Scotch whisky with chicken kabab will produce a handsome report. Businessmen anyway are crooks. Politicians wholesale corrupt. Who is left?
Corruption flows from top to bottom: We do admit corruption at the lower level: police constables, clerks in all govt. offices — all such last and the least tail-enders — are also corrupt. Corruption flows from top to bottom — not bottom to top. Not vice-versa. We can’t blame the constable when the IGP-DGP are stinking. We can’t blame the court clerk when the judge passes order on the basis of the dollars credited to his Swiss Bank account.
India may be the world’s most corrupt country. Yes it is. But it begins from the Prime Minister.
Money corruption is a small part of the overall world of corruption. The most dangerous form of corruption is the intellectual corruption.
We have dealt with this subject elaborately in our book, India’s Intellectual Desert (DSA-1999). When intellectuals of a society start stinking — the rest start rotting. This is Hindu India today.
Our “educated” people are destroying the country itself — all our good old value system. The cream of the country’s English-educated society (read the Brahminical upper castes) are fleeing the country (good riddance to bad rubbish), cursing it and joining mostly American universities and settling down there. Good. The “Jews of India” are busy conspiring with the Jews. But the problem is even sitting in distant America and Britain they are subverting India to impose their Brahminical dictatorship.
We don’t know what will happen to the country, particularly its up and coming “educated youth” encouraged to pursue perverse vocations.
The only hope comes from the Dalits and the Bahujan Samaj, which is mainly a village-dwelling lot, but they are also getting Brahminised.
God save the country if there is a god.