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  • Avinash Dharne
    Oct 22, 2019 02:08 AM

    Maybe the author would like India to revert back to Mughal rule where a small minority of rulers ruthlessly persecuted the majority. Maybe he thinks that is somehow justifiable. Remember what Churchill said, "Democracy is the worst form of government, except all the others". Until now, minorities (aka muslims) were allowed to have special privileges by the corrupt Congress and traitorous Left. But this government is treating them equal, giving them equal rights while expecting equal duties from them. And this is something the "secularists" can't stomach, that all religions are being treated equally without any one being treated special.

  • Atul Chandra
    Oct 21, 2019 03:56 PM

    A very interesting and thought provoking piece. However, the theory fits in places where the majority us overwhelming and controlling, something to which India is only now waking up to. The articulation by Amit Shah that Congress had divided Hindus and United minorities, specially Muslims is very valid.that this forum survived and in fact flourished for over 60 years speaks monumentally about the success of this strategy. However, the Hindu worm finally turned and for this it has the Muslims to thank. The second largest community consciously refused to consider itself Indian, continuously pined for its 'ruler status' , identified itself with the larger much fancied so called '. The happenings in Afghtand it's fallout of terrorism only served to further fire their delusions of grandeur. Christians have been bit players in this drama and their socially useful activities served to temper down much of their vituperative diatribe against Hindus and Hinduism and devious manouvering through global funding. But then the stark reality of the power game in which a Hindu found itself as football to be viciously kicked around, struck him hard. In Modi and Shah he found a mascot and leader and as Nehru said at one momentous occassion " moment comes, which comes but rarely in history, when we step out from the old to the new, when an age ends, and when the soul of a nation, long suppressed, finds utterance."