Long Read: Am I Right Winged?

My long-time friend RD compelled me to write me the truth about my political outlook:


It started as following (edited version):


RD: Why do you post such provocative-post and engage in bitter quarrels:


Me: Its my killjoy, to publish a “provocative” post, and there are people who give their 100% to justify their view and sometimes come up with an analogy even after 2-3 days. On the other hand, I don’t even remember which post they commented on, as I have other important things to ponder upon.


RD: I believe this is really not required – you being followed by so many people it might unnecessary create a ruckus – read hatred.


My Five-Part Approach


Part 1:
Being raised in a Brahmin family, whose family friends are Muslim, Sikh, and Christian (I am not joking) where the Muslim being the closet in the City of Ajmer.


To Note
“I have visited Khwaja Moin-Ud-Din Chisti’s Dargah more number of times, than any of my Muslim friends”


Completed my schooling in Delhi in very cosmopolitan schools, especially CRPF Public School Rohini Updates where we have wards of CRPF personals from across the country.


HigherEd, an alma matter of SRM Institute of Science and Technology and University of Madras being liberal tolerance across the board.


Part 2:
Given the above statements, how can I be perceived as right-winged / Bhakts:


In the Year 2013, I read a book: Narendra Modi: The Man, The Times (https://amzn.to/3bIRcZ6) which highlighted multiple facets of Modi’s personality, and I am sold. There is nothing wrong to choose your leaders.


To Note
“It is always hard to accept the alternate truth, when your belief system giving you false positives.”


From 300 BC onwards, Meluhha / Hindustan / Tianzhu / India has been subject to Dynastic cultures starting from Scythian till  Present – Gandhis. Dynasties collapse at hand of weak rulers, most recent eg. is ever magnificent Mughals, who literally united and laid the foundation of modern India. But what remains in legacies and policies.


Right from pre-independence Nehruism – fabianist socialism dominated Indian policies ending with 1991 reforms, but pushed India back at a global race. While The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) shaped Delhi’s intellectual life in the 1960s and 1970s (Back to the USSR. Mapping Russian influence in Delhi https://ubrf.review/3cLPbeG and How the Left won JNU https://ubrf.review/3cT1CWd) the “communism” already synonymous as “intellectualism”. Ever wonder why Professors  / Journalists from prestigious canon are proto-left ideologists. Yeah, it was propaganda back then and they are the product.


Young India need new thinking, driven by zeal and focus to compete with world. We must transform from Job Seeker to Job Creators. The same manifesto sounded loud and clear in NDA Election Manifesto and young India gave its clear mandate in 2014 and 2019.


Part 3:
Policies which include  – vote-bank biased politics which include a reservation, minority status under Nehruism severely hampered growth and lead cause fo brain-drain. Which gave a false sense of entitlements to masses that, you India owes you; that you get free-pass whether you work for it or not. Those policies made Indians think, you don’t have to strive hard resulting in – lethargic government process,  poor academic  / innovation output. (Ever wonder even after spending millions on Indian Institutes, we haven’t produced any result of significance. Even the Indian Institute of Sciences ranked 353rd in the world ranking https://ubrf.review/2YbeLWo)


To Note
“Article 30 (1) of the Constitution states: “All minorities, whether based on religion or language, shall have the right to establish and administer educational institutions of their choice. However, being “Majority” Hindu can’t teach Sanatana Dharma (https://ubrf.review/2KAK3Ow)”


Part 4:
Taking the form the point above, How you would control a mass which lacks proper education, critical thinking, and fear of oppression in free-India. Feed them Pseduo-Islamic principles to make sure they remain as they are following their Leaders (read maulana) who trade their vote for money and favor from Indian as-well-as overseas power-mongers. You don’t have to believe me, just go through the syllabus taught in madrasas (https://ubrf.review/3bIFMVf)


To Note:
MHRD  – Scheme for providing quality education in madrasas highlighted that there is much scope for improvement in its design and in its implementation. These structural limitations can be overcome by pitching the scheme as educational rather than minority specific. (https://ubrf.review/2y1GeiA)


Now the Muslims of the higher socio-economic class who evade madrasas, are falling in the trap of Radical Islamic Operators online, which in recent past results in ISIS recruitment, provoking fear and anti-muslim sentiments in terms of citizen amendment bill, etc. I need not go in details, but the current Tablighi Jamaat incident is also part of the same ideology, I don’t think Tablighi Jamaat per se is wrong, but it’s like a fair – where radical Islamic agents too visit and mark vulnerable targets who later can go through the process of radicalization.


Once being a symbol of peace, art, craftsmanship, culture were led to darkness on purpose, because they are fodder until they remain the way they are. The situation is the same with other backward communities and Dalits – where the vulnerable used by others to serve their purpose whether its the Naxals or tribes across India.


Part 5: To answer, Am I right-winged ?
If I seek policies that empower Indian Youth, to build their dreams to transform India, yes I am Right Winged.


If I seek equal rights and religious freedom and reservation-based upon economic status, yes I am Right Winged.


If I agree with PM Modi who stressed the need for religion and technology to come together to combat extremist forces and said that Muslim youth in India should have the Quran in one hand and a computer in the other, yes I am Right Winged.


I have nothing against any religion but the contractors of religion who spread hate and mislead people be it Hindus, Muslims or Christians.


To Note: My Personal Manifesto
One does not ask of one who suffers: What is your country and what is your religion? One merely says: You suffer, that is enough for me ~ Louis Pasteur



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