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What is Holy about Holi?

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The Holi, so called festival of colours, is one of the most popular festivals of Manuwadis, which is usually celebrated in the month of March every year. What many don’t know is that the festival like other festivals such as Durga Puja and Kali Puja is a celebration of humiliation/murders of Dalit Bahujan’s Gods and icons by Brahminic Aryans.

The Holi , in fact, is celebration of burning of a Bahujan woman known as Holika. During the sunset of the preceding day of Holi, people, especially in North India gather in large number and lit pyres with shouting and hollering as symbolic to burning of Holika. The ritual is called ‘Holika Dahan” means “Burning of Holika”.

The twisted story of burning of Hollika found in the Bhagwat Purana. There lived once an extremely powerful indigenous king named Hiaranyakashipu. His might was such that even the scheming Aryan literature narrates in great detail about his exploits. The King had a teenage son named Prahlad, who started worshipping the Aryan God Vishnu (most likely he was tricked or hypnotized). The king tried his best to make his son understand but his hypnotized son refused. Finally, helpless,  the Kind ordered for killing of his son by burning.

The move of the king was most likely to safeguard his kingdom and people from Aryan influence. There was a possibility that the King wanted to make an example by burning his own son (who was the first to worship an Aryan God in his kingdom) and keep his people at bay from evil Aryan’s influence. Anyway, he ordered his elder daughter Holika to sit on pyre with Prahlad. To protect Holika from fire he gave her a fire-resistance shawl. The Bhagwat Puran then narrates how Aryan God Vishnu caused wind to blow the shawl off, saving Prahlad and burning Holika instead.

There is a riddle here which the Bhagwat Purana of Aryan appears to have goofed up. Naturally and logically both the sister and brother should have died in the fire as the protective shawl was blown off in the wind. But according to Manuwadi’s Bhagwati Purana Prahlad was saved while his sister Holika turned into ashes in the fire.

It is plausible to assume that Holika might loved his younger brother and could have given him the shawl and burned herself instead. She could have agreed to his father’s instruction despite her reluctance  as it was customary then to obey instruction/order of kings.

Anyway the Manuwadi considers Holika as evil, while the Bhagwat Purana itself gives the clue that the ‘main villain’ in the story was the king. It is not unexpected portrayal of Holika as evil as the Aryans are extremely patriarchal and misogynist.

So, what is holy about Holi?

This festival is not just an insult to Dalit Bahujan but also to womanhood in particular.

Most of major manuwadi festivals are celebrated treacherous killing of Dalit Bahujan Gods/icons.  Take the example of another festival called Durga puja. Mahisasur was a powerful tribal king, whom the Aryan despite several attempts could not defeat. They hatched a plan and reached out for an alliance by offering him a fair skinned sex worker called Durga for marriage. Mahisasur fell in the trap and married Durga, who killed him while having sex on the 9th day of their honeymoon. The killing of Mahisasur by a planted sex worker is celebrated as Durga Puja or Dushara.

The Kali puja is another example of celebration of humiliation of Dalits. The authenticity of Aryan Goddess Kali stepping over Shiva’s body and then taking her tounge out in a state of shock when she realized she has just stepped over her husband’s body is still doubtful. All major evidence points out that the Aryan did not like indigenous and extremely popular God Shiva. The Aryans weaved false stories to malign him and show him as subservient to Hindu Gods. Shiva in his proto-type form was worshipped since the time of Indus Valley civilization while the Aryan God is a letter construct after arrival of Aryans in India. Despite best attempts by manuwadi to wipe out indigenous God Shiva, he still remains as one of the popular deity of Dalit Bahujans.

In nutshell, Dalit Bahujan should understand rationale behind celebration of Aryan festivals. In fact these festivals are symbolic celebration of crooked/treacherous victory of Aryan over indigenous population.

 

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Nation of Savages and Barbarians: Two Cases of Dalit Atrocities in Recent Times

The nation of barbarians and savages is at again. Not a single day passes without us hearing cruelties of these cruel beasts on Dalits in some part of India are other. These children of vermin continue to cause immense hardship and suffering to Dalits with impunity. They have no regret of their shameful past. They derive hedonistic pleasure from torturing and brutalizing Dalits every day.

The atrocities these mortal vampires commit on Dalits can easily put to shame most horrific plots of scariest horror movies. Many ghastly incidents have been reported recently. Two cases here are worthy to present before world because the scale of brutality and the reasons are unparalleled in the contemporary world.

Manu Tanti is a Dalit and daily laborer in Bihar. He was recently brutally killed by the so-called barbarian upper caste for demanding unpaid wage of last four days he worked. He was forcibly put into a thresher and the machined gored him into two halves just above his waist. This is what they do to Dalits for demanding something rightful. These evil beasts who wear the body of human are used to bonded labor since they established their hegemony in India. Murderous-blood of their forefathers flows in their wicked veins and arteries. They inherit the genes of one of the most evils people who lived in the planet.

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Let’s now go to the second case. This happened in Kyuri village in the state of Uttar Pradesh. A boy and his entire family were beaten up with sticks by goons led by a Brahmin named wicked Anil Sharma. The reason is very palpable. A boy belonging to the family had gone to purchase sweet from a shop belonging to a Brahmin and he accidentally touched the shop owner Anil Sharma. He gave a severe thrashing to the boy right there. When the family of boy protested late on, the shop owner took some goons and brutally beat up family members with sticks. They kicked in the stomach of a pregnant woman of the victim’s family, following which she was admitted in Hospital.

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Are you wondering about justice for the victims of the above two cases? Justice continue to elude Dalits because the entire state machinery and  (criminal) jurisprudence system informally operates on the basis of ancient cruel book Manusmriti. These wicked children/grand children of bloody Aryans and their mixed brethrens sit as judges, politicians, journalists, police, officers etc. who create multiple hurdles so much so that Dalits never get justice. In around 99% cases the victims are blamed instead.

Let’s listen what the jurisdictional station officer Pinhat Satyendar Singh has to say in the second incident: “No one has been arrested in the matter. It was a simple brawl between drunk Valmiki ‘s (the caste name of victims) who were attending a marriage party. One of the drunk allegedly misbehaved with a Brahmin man after which a scuffle took place.

Even before conducting an investigation he makes biased statement simply because he himself belongs to the upper caste. This is just a sample. Almost every atrocity case again dalits are ignored/solved like this.

I appeal to the concerned people especially those who are in North America and Europe to raise the issue of Dalits in India and extend your support to these unfortunate people. Indian government must be answerable to World Community for gross human right violations against Dalits.

Hindu God Krishna and Narendra Modi: A Tale of Two Manuwadi Agents

Curious, folk?

Yes, in today’s blog post I will give an interesting analogy of two Manuwadi stooges, who played great roles in furthering Manuwad agenda in their respective times.

The Hinduvta forces today often cites the example of Hindu God Krishna to force Dalits to accept Caste system and Hinduvta brand of Hindu religion claiming Krishna was himself a Dalit and it was he who founded the philosophy of Karma-Dharma and it was who justified the extreme unequal casteist social order.

This is of course true, but was Krishna a Dalit person?

The answer is a plain ‘no’.

His biological father and mother i.e., Vasudev and Devaki belonged to so-called high caste. Krishna was brought in a Yadav family – a low shudra caste. His foster parents’ names were Nanda and Yosada. Krishna even today is a very popular deity among lower castes but what you may not know is that he was actually a Brahmin stooge who defended Casteist and barbaric Aryan social order.

Why was that Krishna implanted in the Yadav community?

During the time of Krishna, Yadavs were very powerful, large-in-number and dominant indigenous people in North India. They are openly defied the Aryans. The minority Aryans had no hope of defeating and subjugating them. The only way for them was social engineering and manipulating emotions of Yadavs to their advantage. Accordingly they implanted a very clever, cunning and dark man named Krishna among Yadavs. In the process of social engineering the Brahmins weaved false heroics stories of Krishna killing giants and dancing over the head of seven headed sea serpents and popularized them.

As expected Krishna justified the four fold divisions in society and further added “Karma-Dharma” principle to reinforce and strengthen the same. The curious thing is that he never served interest of Yadavs. He treated Yadav women as sexual object and exploited them with his deceit and cunningness. He had even invited his elder brother Balram to enjoy company of Yadav women during later’s tour just before Mahabharat war. Krishna had deep love for a Yadav woman named Radha but never married here because she was from a lower caste.

Anyway, Krishna succeeded winning over Yadav populace while at the same time making them covertly accept a lower social status in social order. The Brahmin easily own over the Yadavs without having to fight a war. The bottomline is that he was a Brahmin stooge, who was implanted by Brahmins among lower caste people to serve their self-interest.

Fast forward to modern time…

We have popular Norendra Modi. He claims he is from a lower caste and thus a Dalit. The truth is however bitter. He was a higher caste person like Krishna and spent his childhood learning and imbibing Brahmnical chauvinistic ideals. In the early  1990s his family was legally granted OBC (Other Backward Class) status.

The OBCs in Indian are largest in number, comprising 54% of population. The Brahmins and upper caste combine has only around 15% population and that is the reason why the Brahmin party BJP has not been able to seize political powers many times since independence. The only way for the Brahmins was to penetrate into lower caste vote shares. Narendra Modi was precisely choosen for the purpose. Like guillable Yadavs during Krishna’s time, the guilliable OBC in recently concluded Lok Sabha election voted en masse for Modi thinking him a real fellow OBC, who would serve their interest.

Modi never helped Dalits when he was chief minister of Gujarat for more than a decade. He used them as foot soldiers during communal disturbance and riots. It is indeed pity that more than 50% prisoners lodged in Gujarat prisons are Dalits. The land reform that was supposed to benefit Dalits were given to dominant Patels and Brahmins. Modi in his writing and speech justified lower status of Dalits saying doing manual scavenging jobs is a type of spiritual experience.

After Modi became PM of India, he has not done anything that would benefit Dalits and Shudra castes. Caste violence in fact has increased and the preparators are getting scot free. I feel like writing more but I guess I have to serve the objective of the blog post.

In nutshell, Hindu God Krishna and Modi were Brahmin stooges, who manipulated emotion of lower cast masses to help Brahmins accede to power and force people to accept Brahminic line of thinking.