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BOOKLET: Angrezon ke Pille: The pro-British imperialism ‘Hindu’ Taliban: RSS, its parivaar and associates

I'm done with RSS. Not ONE worthwhile thing they have done or said. Mostly involved in criminal activities, and insanely incapable of looking at others as HUMANS. Only "Hindu-Muslim". And their opposition to freedom fighters and martyrs is just too much to stomach.

I've compiled my preliminary notes regaring the RSS into a booklet and will continue to update over time.

I now particularly want to explore the "COSMOLOGY" and "SCIENCE" of these anti-Muslim maniacs.

Angrezon ke Pille: The pro-British Imperialism ‘Hindu’ Taliban: RSS, its parivaar and associates

(Also available on the right hand column of this blog. I might change the URL and/or title, so always get the latest version from the blog.)

The NEW URL:!8143&authkey=!AGNbkK9oPYeUXeg&ithint=file%2cdoc

Sanjeev Sabhlok

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2 thoughts on “BOOKLET: Angrezon ke Pille: The pro-British imperialism ‘Hindu’ Taliban: RSS, its parivaar and associates
  1. WYZ

    I also had pro views about Hindu religion and we perhaps had a torrid time in Shantanu’s blog. My interaction in person with RSS people changed my views rapidly and the Hindu came crashing down like Islam, Christianity or any other religion.

    It would be more helpful if you discard fiction of religion and look at the groups that are hiding under the cloak of religion. In case of Hindus it is casteism.

    A dispassionate reading of history of India and it’s caste will lead to conclusion that the Brahmin is a traitor caste. With caste equation, you may perhaps understand why Bhagwat is not anti RSS, that is a Brahmin organization.

  2. Sanjeev Sabhlok

    WYZ, I don’t agree that any “caste” (which is a piece of nonsense) is a “traitor” caste. And I disagree that Shantanu is driven by his “caste”. If he was purely an RSS person (he had his reasons to support RSS – their good social work in floods, etc.) he would have joined BJP a long time ago. But yet, he seems to have been very confused about basic ideology and therefore jumped into AAP. Fortunately for him, he left AAP quickly.

    I don’t think he runs his blog any longer. I continue to promote liberty and we now have a political party. If you will take a balanced position and judge individuals only on their own merit (e.g. not label broad brush categories as traitors, etc.) you may wish to do something useful to help change India’s future.