George Sant-ayana, the American philosopher, expressed a universal fact when he wrote, ?Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.?
Since Hindus and Bharat have forgotten their history, they are facing frequent Pak-Bangla terrorist attacks and daily demographic invasion.
Recent bomb blasts in Jaipur in May 2008 killing over 70 persons are the latest of such attacks and continuing national shame.
And 2007 had seen similar deaths and destruction in attacks in Varanasi, Lucknow, Hyderabad and Malegaon. In 2006, terrorists killed over 200 innocents in local trains in Mumbai besides massacring 32 Hindus in Doda.
In 2005, terrorists attacked Ayodhya, New Delhi and Bangalore. 2003 marked bomb blasts in Mumbai. 2002 witnessed attacks on Raghunath and Akshardham temples.
In 2001, Indian Parliament was attacked.
Earlier during 1980s and 1990s, terrorists killed thousands of Hindus in Kashmir and drove out several lakhs of Hindus from Kashmir. And now Kashmir is a Hindu-less region.
After making Kashmir a Hindu-less region, Hindus are being killed selectively even in Jammu region to evict Hindus from there.
The list is endless.
These attacks are parts of a long line of attacks Bharatvarsh has suffered since Muhammad bin Qasim'sArab army'sattack in 711; and have continued since history repeats itself for those who forget its lessons.
Why to forget history?
Though Will Durant, the eminent American historian, calls Muslim rule in India as ?the bloodiest story in history?, most of the Hindus have forgotten this history.
Let us briefly recapitulate a few events.
Bharatvarsha including the present day India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Afghanistan was Hindu land with a zero Muslim population till Muhammad bin Qasim'sArab army attacked Sindh in 711.
Since Hindus never learnt any lesson from history, they faced repeated Muslim invasions for over a thousand years; and lost Afghanistan in 987 and Pakistan in 1947. And though Hindus fought bravely to defend their dharma and motherland, they lost millions of lives and faced plunder and destruction of thousands of their temples during these attacks over the centuries. Besides, during long period of Muslim rule, Hindus had to pay jaziya, the tax levied on non-Muslims.
After overthrow of Muslim rule, the British took over India from 1857 to 1947. Muslim League was formed in 1906; and demanded Pakistan for Muslims in 1940.
This is what Muhammad Ali Jinnah said in Lahore on March 23, 1940 while demanding Pakistan, a separate country for Muslims, comprising of Muslim majority areas in India:
?Hindus and Muslims belong to two different religions, philosophies, social customs, and literatures. ?.. and to two different civilisations. Hindus and Muslims derive their inspiration from different sources of history. They have different epics, different heroes and different episodes. Very often the hero of one is a foe of the other, and likewise their victories and defeats overlap. To yoke together two such nations under a single state, one as a numerical minority and the other as a majority, must lead to growing discontent, and the final destruction of any fabric that may be so built up for the government of such a state.?
In 1945-46 elections, Muslims voted for creation of Pakistan.
Muslim League kept up the pressure, and in 1947 got a third of Bharat'sland as Pakistan. In 1971, East Pakistan became Bangladesh while West Pakistan was renamed Pakistan.
In Pakistan and Bangladesh which are declared as Islamic nations, most of the Hindus and Sikhs have been either driven out or killed or converted. However, most of Indian Muslims who had demanded Pakistan for Muslims and exchange of population on creation of Pakistan stayed back in India; and did not go to Pakistan. Rather, the present percentage of Muslim population in India is much higher than that in 1947.
Real power in Pakistan lies with its army which is anti-Hindu and anti-Bharat, and which in collaboration with Bangladesh wants to dismember India. To demolish Bharat and to plant more Pakistans and Bangladeshs on Bharat'ssoil, Pak-Bangla combine has sent countless terrorists and crores of its nationals into India.
Infiltrators are also bringing with them high quality counterfeit Indian currency which is also being used to destroy Bharat.
Denial and inaction
Self-deception is self defeating.
Though Pak-Bangla combine is grabbing Bharat bit by bit through terrorism and infiltration of its nationals into India, Indian government responds by denial, negation and inaction.
By its judgement dated July 12, 2005, the Supreme Court struck down the I.M. (DT) Act, 1983 as unconstitutional; and termed Bangladeshi infiltration as ?external aggression? and directed deportation of illegal immigrants. Shockingly, on February 10, 2006, the government passed the Foreigners (Tribunals for Assam) Order to nullify this judgement. But on December 5, 2006, the Supreme Court quashed this Order also as unconstitutional; and called for implementation of its earlier judgement dated July 12, 2005 for deporting illegal aliens.
Despite the Supreme Court'sabove-mentioned judgements, no infiltrators have been deported. Rather, the infiltrators are being given voting rights.
Why are Hindus so self-effacing?
Indian government'spolicy of denial and perverse secularism (which in reality means anti-Hinduism) is leading to gradual Pak-Bangla take-over of Bharat.
To prevent the creation of more Pakistans and Bangladeshs on Bharat'sland, the government has to implement the Supreme Court'sjudgements dated July 12, 2005 and December 5, 2006 to deport the infiltrators and to curb their daily influx. Besides, all Indo-Pak and Indo-Bangla road and rail journeys, cultural and sports relations, and peace talks have to be discontinued. Moreover, India must protect its borders to prevent invaders from entering India. Besides, terrorist network in Pakistan and Bangladesh must be smashed to take the war into enemy territory.
But shackled by fake secularism, successive Indian governments have been inventing reasons for their inaction. Since the so-called secular India has surrendered before its tormentors, secular India has to be transformed into Hindu Bharat to crush the invaders.
Logically, in 1947, on India'sPartition on religious basis and creation of Pakistan as demanded by Muslims, Bharat should have been declared a Hindu nation. But the problem can be solved even now by declaring Bharat as a Hindu country. No one can object to Bharat being declared a Hindu nation when all the 57 Muslim-majority countries (including Pakistan and Bangladesh which used to be Hindu lands) are declared as Islamic countries.
Hindu Bharat will give justice to all and appease none. In Hindu Bharat, there will be one law and one nation; and no distinction of majority and minority; and no discrimination, whatsoever, against any community.
Apart from protecting Hindus and Bharat'sHindu identity, Hindu Bharat will transform imbecile India into an assertive nation. Hindu Bharat will remember its history, and will take all measures to crush the terrorist attacks and demographic invasion. Hindu Bharat will restore Hindus? fighting spirit and self-esteem, and remove laws which discriminate against Hindus. Accordingly, all pro-Hindu individuals and organisations should join hands to transform India into a Hindu nation by all peaceful, constitutional and lawful means.
And Hindu Bharat will certainly remember its past history as also M.A. Jinnah's?Two Nations? theory; and demolish Pak-Bangla design to plant more Pakistans and Bangladeshs in Bharat.
(The author is former Chief Commissioner of Income Tax and can be contacted at [email protected])