Some notes on Citizenship Amendment Act from beginning in reference to anti Bangladeshi Jihad!
Mr. PALASH BISWAS DELIVERING SPEECH AT BAMCEF PROGRAM AT NAGPUR ON 17 & 18 SEPTEMBER 2003. Sub:- CITIZEN SHEEP AMENDMENT ACT ...
Mr. PALASH BISWAS DELIVERING SPEECH AT BAMCEF PROGRAM AT NAGPUR ON 17 & 18 SEPTEMBER 2003 Sub:- CITIZENSHIP AMENDMENT ACT …
The Ruling Zionist and Brahaminical Hegemony and its India Incs Government have launched UNPRECEDENTED Monopolistic Aggression against the Aborigin Indigenous India. The target remains to EXPLOIT all Natural Resources without any Mercy. Tribal Scheduled Areas are under seize. Unique Identity Project and Citizenship Amendment Act together create an AGENCY to ROB Citizenship of the owners of the Natural resources! Environment Hype is Killed with shifting Jai Ram Ramesh. Now Mining Amendment Bill is followed by Land Acquisition Bill 2011, which has to redefine PUBLIC Interest as CORPORATE Interest!The decks for the New Act is clear as Mamata Banerjee is apparently happy and TRINAMOOL CONGRESS to back the Bill!
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Citizenship Amendment (Dual Citizenship) Act
and the illegal immigration issue is another good example of the
politics of the ruling classes.
clauses and informed the audience about the sacred parliamentary
process and votebank oriented political parties. This new act has
deprived all partition-victim refugees from erstwhile East Pakistan,
settled or unsettled, of citizenship, domicile certificats, human
and civil rights. He also highlighted the demography and power
equation of Bengal which prompted the caste hindu Leaders to go for
partition. They divided Bengal for the post of CM as the undivided
Bengal and India would not allow all caste hindu leadership either in
centre or states.
Clear, I had not to elaborate this point.
Ambedkar had been defeated in Maharashtra and the Congress had
closed every window for him. But Mr Jogendra Nath Mandal and the
Dalits from East bengal districts of Khulna, Barishal, Jassore,
Faridpur, Kumilla ,etc got him elected for the constitution assembly
from Bengal. Later, Baba Saheb became the main architect of the
Indian constitution which opted for parliamentary democracy guarded
with reservation with fundamental rights. Ambedkar knew well that
the castesystem with inherent inequality and injustice would not
allow to happen a democratic setup without proper social reform
measures neglected by Congress. Thus, the Dalits were afraid that
the power transfer would enthrone the Brahmnical rule ultimately.
Ambedkar could not secure separate vote for Dalits in British India
due to the Poona Pact resulted from the famous fast of the father of
the nation. But , in free India, Babasaheb succeded to ensure
constitutional reservation for the downtrodden underclasses.
Reservation meant equal opportunity to the denied marginal
But post modern production system captured by Imperialist corporate
alliance worldwide nullify this constitutional provision in India.
Brahminical system sustained for thousand and thousand years as they
ensured the monopoly of knowledge and armament. The Dalits lost the
game of intellegentia. Information explosion, supertechnogy and post
modern marketing have once again marginalised the underclasses as
the media and state power allover, altogether are run by the ruling
Ambedkar said: educate, agitate and organise.
THe dalits don`t know their history. They are deprived of history
and geography. They forgot that only they consist of the mainstream
which is captured by aggressors.
In Bengal Particular, No one is aware of the most recent history,
the mystery of partition.
Much hyped socalled renaissance sidelined the abolish untouchability
achievement of Harichand Thakur right in the nineteenth century.
Everyone knows Vidyasagar for education and the fight for the rights
of woman. But nobody tells about Guruchand Thakur who opened
thousands of educational institutions as the renaissance school
colleges denied the underclasses admission as in thier worship
Bengal forgot the great fight of ten thousand peasants who evented
NEEL VIDROH.The Renaissance phenomenon alligned with the British
rulers meant social reforms in the cast hindu interests only. As
most of them were Zamindar, the Bengal greats supported the British
at the time of sepoy mutiny, the first freedom struggle and at the
time of the uprise of peasants, too.
With the partition, the political power of Namoshudra, Rajbanshi ,
Paundraksatriya and other militant castes and tribes made diluted
because not only were they desettled from their base areas of east
bengal, but the became the only partition victim community scattered
over this subcontinent without any political representation.
Thus, the caste hindu leadership of Bengal and India diluted the
national dalit movement launched by Baba Saheb Ambedkar and Jogendra Nath mandal.
There is no agitation at all. All agitations are politically
targeted at vote bank.
The much talked about social changes in North India, Participation
of Dalits in power, Mayabati- Lalu- Mulayam phenomenon have not
dethroned the Brahminical system. On the contrary , all this
altogether strengthen the caste system, the inherent inequality and
injustice. Reservation has created an affluent, selfish and
opportunist new class which has created some high profile Nav
Brahmins who undermine their own roots.
Well, I had to tell about the positive things, too. The refugee
movement in Uttaranchal which enjoy the local mass support of all
communities and that of media also. Because it maintained the
nonpolitical character and motivated for survival as Indian Citizen.
Again read this!Published on 17th May,2015:
Raising the issue of illegal immigration between India and Bagladesh, the BJP's ideological mentor the RSS has demanded that the newly-approved Land Boundary Agreement should be followed up by sealing the border between the two countries.
The saffron outfit said it would help check the menace of illegal immigration.
The Centre recently approved the historic Land Boundary Agreement with Bangladesh.
RSS says that sealing the border between the two countries would help check the menace of illegal immigration.
Calling the India-Bangladesh deal a "landmark" move, RSS mouthpiece Organiser has cautioned the government that a "Jammu & Kashmir-like imbroglio on India's eastern border" will arise, if illegal immigration from Bangladesh is not checked.
"This landmark deal should be followed up with the illegal immigration issue. Otherwise, we will have to deal with another Jammu & Kashmir-like imbroglio in the future on the eastern border... Now with borders marked, it is time to address the issues pertaining to illegal immigration," an editorial in the latest edition of Organiser said.
"The illegal migration and subsequent changes in demography have resulted in vote bank considerations surpassing national security concerns," it said, accusing both the previous governments in West Bengal — the Left government and the incumbent Trinamool Congress government led by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee — of not reining in the trend.
"There are an estimated 1.5 crore illegal Bangladeshi immigrants in India," Organiser alleged.
The RSS alleged that during the four-year Trinamool Congress rule, there have been more than 300 incidents of communal violence and rioting in Bengal.
The saffron outfit termed the Mamata government's lethargic response in these cases alarming. It also voiced concern over reducing population of Hindus in Bangladesh on account of growing radicalisation.
It cited Bangladesh Census data to make the point that Hindus are slowly but surely vanishing from Bangladesh. Besides, it took a dig at the secular voices in politics, academics and media for turning a deaf ear to such incidents.
"Time has come to call spade a spade", the article said.
Another article in 'Organiser' highlighted the plight of Hindus since the Partition of Bengal in 1905.
"The atrocities and forcible migration of Hindus continue from the erstwhile East Bengal, East Pakistan and now Bangladesh," it alleged.
The editorial also voiced concern over "radicalisation" of Bangladesh, saying: "Whether to curb radicalisation or go the Pakistani way are the options Bangladesh has to explore, but India definitely should not bear repercussions of radicalised Bangladesh on Indian soil."
The RSS spoke of Hindus migrating to India "in large numbers as refugees" and Muslims entering the neighbouring states as illegal migrants.
"This has been a bone of contention in Assam, to some extent in Meghalaya and largely in Paschim Banga. Since the communists took the baton of 'secular' politics in Bengal, they systematically nurtured their constituency on communal lines," it said, raising concerns on the "attacks on Hindus" in West Bengal.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/indiahome/indianews/article-3085493/RSS-wants-border-Bangladesh-SEALED-stop-illegal-immigration.html#ixzz3cI9ykjz7
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