India: An enemy imagined by Pakistan?Posted: January 16, 2012
Comment: Watch starting at 2:03. This is not at all surprising. India has been the most peaceful nation in the world for the last few thousand years. Pakistan is a failed nation and has always been a failed nation since it’s formation in 1947-1948. Indian govt and the citizens have done well to avoid waging a full-scale war in the face of well proven continuous threats and violent actions emanating from the Pakistan intelligence ISI and its armed forces through the use of terrorist groups and Islamic theocracy.
The main reason for not waging full-scale war is the majority of Hindus who are well aware that a war between the two nations will not only annihilate Pakistan but will also deeply impact India negatively. India is going through a very delicate transition from a agrarian-socialist economy to a modern industrialized capitalist economy. The changes have been hard on India socially and economically which the Indian govt, political parties and politicians are not just opposed but are hell-bent on profiting from it by exploiting all citizens. Indian govt will try to impose more controls on the economy and the population regardless of the political party in power. It’s never in the interest of any politician, party or the govt for India and Indians to progress. The real enemy of Indians, especially Hindus is govt(central and state) and the bureaucrats including the politicians.
Politicians will sell the interests of Hindus to anyone who can pay the highest amount.
Hindus may well be warned that the political parties and govt will increasingly take to minority appeasement(sic Muslim and Dalit appeasement) to gain power. All Hindus must understand no matter who they vote for there will NEVER be a govt or politician who will be guided by Sanatana Dharma. It’s up to Hindus to take control of their individual lives, communities and families; if India has to remain a Hindu nation.
Hindus need a Hindu renaissance to make India a strong nation and not pseudo-nationalism of the left and right political parties or the puffy fake patriotism of the right-wing Hindu groups. A real Hindu rebirth for a Hindu Bharat.