Guruji on Jinnah and Pakistan
Pakistan, A continuing aggression
?Bunch of Thoughts by M.S. Golwalkar
Pakistan has become a springboard for all their future aggressive designs on our country.
Their aggressive strategy has always been twofold. One is direct aggression. In the pre-Independence days, Mohammad Ali Jinnah called it ?Direct Action?. The first blow got them Pakistan. Our leaders, who were a party to the creation of Pakistan, may try to whitewash the tragedy by saying that it was a brotherly division of the country and so on. But the naked fact remains that an aggressive Muslim State has been carved out of our own motherland. From the day the so-called Pakistan came into being, we, in the Sangh, have been declaring that it is a clear case of continued Muslim aggression. The Muslim desire, growing ever since they stepped on this land some twelve hundred years ago, to convert and enslave the entire country, could not bear fruit, in spite of their concerted efforts. The nation rose in the form of great and valiant men from time to time and who sounded the death knell for their kingdoms here. But even though their kingdoms lay shattered, their desire for domination did not break up. With the coming of the British, they found an opportunity to fulfil their desire. They played their cards shrewdly, sometimes creating terror and havoc, and ultimately succeeded in browbeating our leadership into panicky surrender to their sinful demand of Partition.
We, of the Sangh, have been, in fact, hammering this historical truth for the last so many years. Sometime ago, the noted world historian, Prof. Amold Toynbee came forward to confirm it. He visited our country twice, studied our national development at close quarters, and wrote an article setting for us all the correct historical perspective of Partition. Therein he unequivocally stated that the creation of Pakistan is the first successful step of the Muslims in this 20th century to realise their twelve-hundred-year-old dream of complete subjugation of this country.
Their direct aggression, whetted by their first success, then turned towards Kashmir. There too they met with success, though partial. One-third of Kashmir continues to be in their clutches even to this day. Now, Pakistan is trying to gobble up the rest of Kashmir also with the help of powerful pro-Pakistani elements inside Kashmir.