Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Aman ki asha: An empty slogan while Pak Hindus and Sikhs are beheaded and abducted

Govt condemns abduction of a Hindu living in Pak
Taliban Beheads 2 Sikhs in Pakistan

Singer Abhijeet speaks

Kudos to Abhijeet for saying which the Hindi film industry wallahs can never bring to their lips. Cowards!

Abhijeet has criticised Shah Rukh for speaking in favour of the Pakistani players in the IPL row. The singer has advised Shah Rukh to go to Pakistan to make movies.

He said that while India is liberal towards artistes from Pakistan, Indian performers are not treated the same way by Islamabad.

Abhijeet on Mahesh 'Khujli' Bhatt,
I don’t court controversies, they come to me. I don’t mince my words and call a spade a spade. I am not a hypocrite. Yes, I might have got into a lot of trouble because of my badbolapan but I have stood by what I have said.

Years ago, I had protested about Mahesh Bhatt and his soft corner for Pakistan. But nobody took notice. And see what’s happening now. I want to know why a thorough investigation hasn’t being carried out against the whole Bhatt family? How come no one else in the industry had any connections with US terror suspect David Headley except the Bhatt family? Why do they call Pakistani singers and actors to work in India when we have so much talent here? Both the brothers, Mahesh and Mukesh themselves travel to Delhi and personally get the visas of Pakistani artists made. Why?
Update: Phonies lock horns
It was a meeting meant to sort out the imbroglio between film producers and lyricists-writers,the latters forum represented by Javed Akhtar.But matters took a turn for the worse when Aamir Khan,siding with film producers,said lyricists dont really contribute much to the impact of a song.

It was just too much for poet-lyricist Javed Akhtar to take,and it soon became a war of words between him and Aamir. Says an eyewitness, Aamir made it clear that he felt a song becomes a hit because it is picturised on a big star.To this Javed asked him,Your first big song was Papa Kehte Hain.Did it make you a star or did you make that song run

Things began to get heated,but Aamir stuck to his stand.When Aamir again insisted that its the star who makes a bigger contribution to a song becoming a hit,Javed retorted,Your so-called contribution is nothing but interference.We lyricists would be eternally grateful if you keep your so-called contribution to yourself.We manage to do good work not because of,but in spite of your contribution.

But when Aamir went a step further to claim that in any film,a writer contributes more than a song-writer to the film,it was the last straw for Javed.He said,Good for Chetan Bhagat.

News of the altercation spread like wildfire in the industry.When contacted,Javed Akhtar said,I wouldnt like to comment on what happened between me and Aamir.But this is not just a matter about lyricists,but all writers.Certain royalties have to be paid to writers,which in our film industry,arent paid properly.We writers are almost like bonded labourers.There is no room for us to profit in any way.But the government is making suitable amendments in the favour of writers and musicians.This amendment will benefit everyone,including classical musicians like Pandit Ravi Shankar,who has spoken up in favour of the amendment.

Communists of India - tyrants and murderers

Update since the last post. From IE,

Even in countering the gravest internal security threat to the country, Bengal is yet to step out of its kindergarten picnic. How can it? Its own senior police officers{EFR Special IG Benoy Chakraborty was one} have to cover their face for fear of Maoist wrath. And after they have criticised their government, they are promptly suspended. About that, there’s no hesitation on anybody’s part. Where was such urgency and ready reflex when Maoists stormed the Silda Eastern Frontier Rifles camp and left behind ashes and bodies?

However, Chakraborty, by covering his face in black cloth while publicly blasting his government and a junior in rank, has painted for Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee the only honest picture of the state. Setting aside his allegations against West Midnapore Superintendent of Police Manoj Verma, whatever the IG said about the location, infrastructure, environment and functioning of the Silda camp is right. Those are precisely the questions the nation has been asking, and will be asking, of the Bengal government. Chakraborty, reportedly, had asked repeatedly for the camp to be moved. That was not done, despite the “death band” that police personnel in Maoist-afflicted areas wear. In fact, it is unfortunate that a senior police officer had to take recourse to such a public venting of grievances, making himself, his force and his government look ridiculous.

Behind the Silda massacre and its shameful fallout stands a government that has systematically emasculated its police, making the latter the gatekeepers of partymen. (What was the Silda camp itself set up for initially? To protect CPM men.) Bengal is synonymous with political and police violence. As with everything else, the rationale behind police recruitment, posting and promotion in Bengal has not been merit, but subservience to the party. In the face of Maoists, the same force is the picture of incompetence. Bhattacharjee, who holds the state home portfolio, should ask himself whether, and when, his government will learn its lessons. The morale of his state is broken. Right now, it can’t find its feet. The “oasis of peace” is really a bloodied paradise of ineffectuality. After three-plus decades of subverting every aspect of administration, government, police and people now share their defeatism.

On another front(Jharkhand and Bihar), things are looking bleak. Why? Excerpts from the article(IT),
"The Shibu Soren government has to deal with the menace rather than wait for a dialogue which looks highly improbable and is costing dearly," said state Congress spokesman Radha Krishna Kishore.

Jharkhand Vikas Morcha chief Babulal Marandi said, "It seems the current alliance has come to power on the strength of these Naxalites rather than popular vote. I want a specific answer whether the government is in favour of the Green-Hunt operation or not."

A week after an IG-rank officer in Jharkhand admitted that the joint operations of the two states were a failure, a West Bengal Police DIG involved in the anti-Naxalite operations made similar observations.

"We have failed to break their (Maoists) resources and got our selves entangled reaching nowhere," the DIG said.

Blaming the neighbouring states, a senior police officer said, "Jharkhand and Bihar despite pressure from the Union home ministry are not extending their local police support to hunt down the Maoists. {Jharkhand CM Shibu Soren wants talks with naxal terrorists and Bihar CM Nitish Kumar faces assembly elections this year} This is only boosting their morale. They will come and leave Bengal gunning down people like at the Shilda camp." However, the Jharkhand DGP assured the success of the operations.

In neighbouring West Bengal, a special IG of the Eastern Frontier Rifles, Benoy Chakraborty, blamed the superintendent of police, Manoj Verma, and other senior officers for the Maoist massacre at Shilda.

"The incident happened due to the utterly ignorant attitude of the state government. The SP is fully responsible for the incident," he said at a press conference.

"Over the years, the basic needs of EFR personnel have been overlooked and they were being inhumanely treated. It is unfortunate that no sympathy was shown to the dead EFR jawans and rather their role was criticised during the Maoist attack. Despite the unsafe location, our officers managed to gun down five Maoists. I have no regret what I had said. I covered my face for my security," Chakraborty said.

Million $$$ question, why are these Chief Ministers Soren and Kumar, no less, are pussy footing around Red terror? One can understand the Communist thugs in Bengal Govt in looking the other way or their sheer incompetence in tackling this danger to the country, but why Soren and Kumar - read too many socialist books in their college days, hunger for power at any cost?

In the meanwhile, "Disquiet in CPM after suicide, comrades blame leadership" and another article on the same issue. From the second article,

Chennai: "I've done nothing unbecoming of a Communist. I will abide by any decision the party takes. I have lived a Communist and will die a Communist." These were the words with which WR Varadarajan defended himself during the CPM central committee's hearing, following which he was expelled from all party posts. Days later, his body was recovered from a lake.
Wish others commies consider him a hero, take his message seriously and jump off the cliffs.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

What is it that our soldiers are dying for?

Heart rending but at the same time encouraging. Kudos to Kmr. Vishnu(his father was martyred whilst fighting naxal terrorists) for openly challenging the naxal terrorist scumbags. Loved it when he says "ladkiyon ki tarah chup ke baat karta hai" about goonda Naxal Kishenji. May Ma Kali bless his father's soul and bring solace to the bereaved family.

Another related news, who are the people who messed up big time since intel about naxal attack was there with the communist govt. of West Bengal? Why shouldn't action be taken against idiots who let this information sit on the table. Their names should be published and these incompetent jokers should be sacked for their gross stupidity and inaction which led to this unfortunate massacre. From the article linked above,

"It is not a clear case of intelligence failure. There was intelligence report that the Maoists were assembling in the area, though there was no specific information that they may attack the EFR camp," West Bengal Home secretary Ardhendu Sen told reporters after a high level meeting which reviewed the situation in the wake of the attack. {aap ko time, place aur address bata ke attack karenge naxal terrorists, galti ho gayi naxals se, kshama kar dijiye unko! If people like Sen are one's responsible for Home deptt, even heavens won't help us in this fight against naxal terrorism.}

Asked why no step was taken when the government had in its possession the intelligence report, Sen said the report had come to its hand at 2 PM only, a bare three hours before the attack and it had taken time for the information to percolate down to the lower level.{How much time does it take to say four lines? Last time i was in Kolkata, I had a phone or does WB govt use carrier pigeons for passing messages?}
Lastly, one cannot overlook the role of the government of West Bengal in helping or looking the other way when naxal commit atrocities since they are, after all, ideological comrades.

Frustrated with elections, dissent etc., the would-be Stalins and Maos of the Communist Party of India (CPI) have spun off ever-more violent terrorist groups. The Chinese-funded CPI (Marxist) successively delegated Class War to the CPI (M-Leninist), CPI (ML-Trotskyite), and CPI (ML-Maoist). This last entity is also called “Naxalite”, after the West Bengal village of Naxalbari where they started Class War by robbing and beheading farmers and any other productive citizens in the early 1970s. Short-lived in Kerala, where it ran afoul of the CPI (M)’s own protection racket, Naxal terrorism has thrived in Andhra and Jharkhand, and is now starting in Orissa. The “People’s War Group” (PWG) of the CPI (MLM) had a website announcing “People’s Tribunal” Death Warrants for 3 elected, serving Chief Ministers of Indian States. In 2003, CPI (ML) and CPI (MLM) merged into CPI (Maoist), which is on the US State Department’s list of terrorist groups along with its Nepalese counterpart, CPN (Maoist).

Monday, February 8, 2010

Aman ki asha: Muslim lawyers will "burn alive" anyone who defends murdered 12 year old Christian

And we are brow beaten to talk to these animals under Aman Ki Asha (code name for sharaab and shabaab parties organized by traitorous elites in India). There was an EU delegation in India recently, if someone can forward this 'good news' to the EUnuchs, we might be in for a surprise since they (EUnuchs) will overlook this atrocity.

Islamabad (AsiaNews) - Because of the threats posed by the powerful Lahore Bar Association – an umbrella organization of city lawyers - no Christian or Muslim lawyer is ready to take on the defence in the murder of 12 year-old Shazia Bashir, it was reported yesterday by The Pakistani Christian association that deals with legal assistance.

The girl, of Christian faith, died on Jan. 23 as a result of violence - even sexual – at the hands of her employer, a wealthy and powerful Muslim lawyer in Lahore. The alleged murderess, Chaudhry Mohammad Naeem, is a former president of the Lahore High Court Bar Association. The girl, just 12 years old, had worked as a maid in the home of Naeem in the last six months.

The Center for Legal Aid Assistance and Settlement (CLAAS) denounces that access to the courtroom where the court hearings were held against the accused was denied, because a group of Muslim lawyers (pictured) 'prevented' entry. The association is fighting - for free - for the rights of the poorest and marginalized groups has been threatened by thousands of lawyers - friends of the murderer - that promise to burn alive anyone who wants to represent the victim in court. "

M. Joseph Francis, director of Claas, asked members of civil society, political and religious leaders to rise up and take steps to "condemn this new form of terrorism" by lawyers who "should ensure justice." The Pakistani newspaper The News reported that on Feb. 4, the police conducted the accused to the courts amid "tight security. And, as usual, officials prevented journalists and relatives of victims to come into the hall for "security reasons".

Shazia Bashir's family could not access the court not once but three times, a strange fact, regarding the judiciary in Pakistan. Police officials explain that it would "not be possible" to prevent clashes and violence, where "Shazia's relatives and representatives of minorities to enter the courtroom."

Meanwhile Ashgar Ali, heading the investigation, requested the accused appear before the courts and an extension of the terms of custody for six days. The magistrate added that the murder weapon has not yet been recovered and the accused could provide the names of accomplices, who participated in the torture and murder of the 12 year old Christian girl. The court, however, has only partly accepted the request, ruling only four days in jail

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Unfair targetting of Dr Rajendra Pachauri

To say Mr Pachauri is being unfairly targetted is an understatement. IMO, this was a perfect set up by goras and in it there is a lesson for Indians who go the extra mile in carrying the waters for these immoral gora people.

John Sauven, director of Greenpeace UK, ...Pachauri should have put his hand up and said ‘we made a mistake’," he told The Times.
John Sauven should look in the mirror and say the same line after all GreenPeace reports were cited in Amazongate. The Brit elites (reduced to being servile poodles of USA) are famous for their double standards and British oppression (lovingly called British Raj) should have given Mr Pachauri a lesson. Alas!