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The Jehadi Leftists of India – How India is being ruled by a Terrorist Organization!

This is a strange interview. This idiot is clearly in the same league as the Islamic terrorists and should be treated as same. In fact, he does not mince words on his organization’s relationship with the Islamic terrorists.

So, what is stopping this Congress and Left Government to eliminate these Maoists from our country? Left, it is pretty evident, has been a curse on India’s national interests.. . and they are not even apologetic about it!

I dont care how elitist a Government is.. but the Rule of Law cannot be given a short shrift. Period! Because even in the hour of worst misery if we decide to abandon law, then there is no hope for anyone with genuine aspirations on a regular and normal path.

Rule of law is what ensures that everyone.. EVERYONE.. from the highest to the lowest can get justice. IF you, as a champion of the downtrodden, CHOOSE to stomp on the law – or whatever is left of it – then you lose the MORAL RIGHT to ask others to uphold the law for the poorest and weakest FOREVER!

That, in my view, was THE greatest failing of Gandhi and the SINGULAR reason for “Idealism” of India’s first Independent generation giving birth to endemic corruption!! When breaking law is used as a moral weapon even against one’s own… then should one be surprised that breaking law is made a sport? And Leftists are even worse!

General secretary of the outlawed CPI (Maoist), Ganapathy, has been elusive, wanted in several cases across states. In his first interview since taking over as party chief, the "Naxal commander-in-chief" dealt with questions on a host of issues — from his party’s plans for armed struggle to its opposition to SEZs. He justified the killing of JMM MP Sunil Mahto by his comrades and endorsed the much talked about thesis of Hezbollah chief Nasrallah that Left should join hands with "Islamists" to fight globalisation.

TOI had approached him just after his re-election as the Maoist party’s boss at the outfit’s January congress — the first since the death of the legendary Charu Majumdar in September 1971.

Where was the congress held?

Let intelligence agencies keep guessing on that. As for the media, we can take you people to the place sometime later. These places will assume great historical importance for future generations. Everyone will come to know.

What were the major decisions at the congress?

The general direction: to intensify people’s war, taking it to all fronts. In particular, the congress decided to take guerrilla war to a higher level of mobile war in areas where it is in an advanced stage and expand it to more states. Destruction of enemy forces is on the immediate agenda. Likewise, there is an immediate need to transform a vast area into war zone so that there is enough room for manoeuverability for our guerrilla forces. Police and central forces will be taught how dangerous it is to enter our areas.

What about issues like Singur and Nandigram? Are your people involved in inciting violence in Nandigram as claimed by CPM? What’s your view on SEZs?

One should only be surprised if we are not involved in such life-and-death issues of the masses. We intend to mobilise masses against conspiracies and treacherous policies of the rulers to snatch land from people and hand it over to MNCs and big business houses in the name of development through creation of hundreds of SEZs.

SEZs are aimed at creating neo-colonial enclaves within our country where no laws of the land can be applied.

Struggles against SEZs acquiring fertile farmland and huge projects are turning more and more militant as witnessed in Kalinga Nagar, Singur, Nandigram, Lohandiguda or Polavaram. These will go on.

As for Maoists inciting violence in Nandigram, the world will laugh at the temerity of these "Left" Front rulers.

Even Goebbels would turn in his grave seeing how much his art of lying has been improved by "Marxists" like the Buddhas, Karats and Yechurys.

JMM MP from Jamshedpur, Sunil Mahto, was gunned down by your guerrillas along with five others. According to reports, deputy chief minister Sudhir Mahto was also warned. What do have to say?

We do not kill just because he/she is an MP or a minister. Though all legislators are responsible for government policies, it is mainly a coterie of leaders that plays a crucial role in finalising policies. Such leaders are singled out for attacks. We had to eliminate Mahto since he was involved in unleashing repression on the revolutionary movement in Jharkhand. He was associated with the Nagrik Suraksha Samiti, involved in the murder of 11 of our party cadres in Longo village in East Singhbhum district in 2001. Of late, he was organising armed campaign against the Maoist movement, to divide and pit a section of adivasis against the revolutionary movement, in the name of Salwa Judum.

But annihilation of Mahto should not be interpreted as our antagonism towards JMM. We are not against JMM as long as it desists from anti-people activities and attacks against the revolutionary movement.

What is your opinion about the Islamic upsurge?

There is a people’s upsurge against globalisation all over the world and Islamic upsurge is an integral part of the worldwide people’s upsurge against imperialism, imperialist globalisation and war. In essence, we see the Islamic upsurge as a progressive anti-imperialist force in the contemporary world. It is wrong to describe the struggle that is going on in Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestinian territory, Kashmir, Chechnya as a struggle by Islamic fundamentalists or as a "clash of civilisations".

Hezbollah leader Nasrallah has said Left should come close to Islamists. What is your view?

I basically agree with what Nasrallah has said. One must understand that he is referring to the struggles for national liberation from imperialism in Islamic countries.

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5 thoughts on “The Jehadi Leftists of India – How India is being ruled by a Terrorist Organization!”

  1. Whoever you are – just chill. Get your mind together and then write slowly.. if you write slowly at first maybe you will make some sense. You first para makes no sense – its all over the place.

    Second is more of a rant.

    In the end, one does not know what you are trying to imply? Is killing people and blowing up bridges PATRIOTISM? Speak clearly. Say what you stand for.

    And next time please dont insult Bhagat Singh and his friends by using their slogan. If Bhagat Singh was alive today, he would have been the first one to speak and fight against the leftists in India.

    So, advise.. think slowly and write slowly.. you have a habit of tripping over yourself. Take care.

  2. The crux of political praxis consists at any time in distinguishing between two camps: the camp of the “people” and camp hostile to the interests of “the people”. This distinction in turn is based on an analysis of the prevailing contradictions, and the identification of the principal contradiction, on the basis of which the composition of the class alliance that constitutes the camp of “the people” have to be forged. It is obvious that the relationship between the political forces representing the classes that constitute theis determined. And corresponding to this constellation of classes, there is a certain constellation of political forces among whom relations camp of the people at any time, and the nature of criticism among these forces, must be different from the relationship and criticism across camps. Not to distinguish between the camps, not to distinguish between alternative constellations of political forces, but to club them together on the basis of the identical nature of their presumed moral trespasses, is to withdraw from politics.

    Since you are sitting in air conditioned comfort with your body in USA and mind wandering in India, totally unaware of how the common man (850 million Indians) and not the 250 million consuming class who are in the lap of luxury, it is expected that you criticise this patriot.Please see the reality in rural India before you make such statements.but then little is expected from a condom like you which is used to penetrate gullible minds. Just like a condom we need to “use and throw” you in the cesspool of history.

    Long live Comrade. Long live the revolution. Inquilab Zindabad.

  3. Whoever you are – just chill. Get your mind together and then write slowly.. if you write slowly at first maybe you will make some sense. You first para makes no sense – its all over the place.

    Second is more of a rant.

    In the end, one does not know what you are trying to imply? Is killing people and blowing up bridges PATRIOTISM? Speak clearly. Say what you stand for.

    And next time please dont insult Bhagat Singh and his friends by using their slogan. If Bhagat Singh was alive today, he would have been the first one to speak and fight against the leftists in India.

    So, advise.. think slowly and write slowly.. you have a habit of tripping over yourself. Take care.

  4. Desh,

    I got interested in your contention that Law is sanctimonious and the ‘Rule of Law’ should always prevail. You should also note that prevailing Law in any society is made by human beings, not by God and so laws are often tainted by human failings and discrimination. Do you know that the LAW of the United States till 1968 prohibited a person of color (you/me) from going to the same school or even the same toilet as a white person? Do you know that the US Supreme Court upheld a law in the 1940s so that all Japanese Americans – man, woman or child – could be taken from their homes and locked up in internment camps in Utah just because they were of Japanese ancestry (US was at war with Japan)? Do you know that the LAW in the US from 1924 till 1965 prohibited anyone from Asia from immigrating into the US (See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A…. Likewise ‘apartheid ‘ was serious LAW in South Africa. You should also note that President Musharraf has never broken a law in Pakistan; he just made sure the LAW kept changing to legitimize and extend his reign. In Texas, I discovered today that the Law allows an insurance company to charge premium to a homeowner estimating his fence at 10% of his home value (25000 for a 250k house) but when the fence is damaged, the Law allows the same company to pay only what it THINKS the fence is worth ($3000), rather than the value (25000) that it valued it for the premium. So much for the INHERENT sanctity of ‘law’.

    And what about breaking a law?
    Historians agree that equal rights were gained by non-whites in the US due to the spark ignited by the law-breaking act of a small frail black woman called Rosa Parks (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R…. In 1955 she was sitting in a bus in Alabama and refused to give up her seat AS REQUIRED BY LAW when a white passenger boarded the bus. If not for her courage in breaking the law, you may still be living in a segregated community in central Houston as a second class citizen. In May 1857, the sepoys of the East India company BROKE A LAW when they refuse d to use the guns they were given. What happened afterwards created a spark that became an inspiration for the Rani of Jhansi in 1858 and for every Indian freedom fighter till independence.

    So a law is not sacrosanct just by its designation. And breaking every law does not equal ‘loss of moral right’. I’m not suggesting that people ignore all laws and do as they please (or the US will soon become like India) but even the US public acknowledges that some of their laws were bad and breaking them was not wrong.

    -VK

  5. Desh,

    I got interested in your contention that Law is sanctimonious and the ‘Rule of Law’ should always prevail. You should also note that prevailing Law in any society is made by human beings, not by God and so laws are often tainted by human failings and discrimination. Do you know that the LAW of the United States till 1968 prohibited a person of color (you/me) from going to the same school or even the same toilet as a white person? Do you know that the US Supreme Court upheld a law in the 1940s so that all Japanese Americans – man, woman or child – could be taken from their homes and locked up in internment camps in Utah just because they were of Japanese ancestry (US was at war with Japan)? Do you know that the LAW in the US from 1924 till 1965 prohibited anyone from Asia from immigrating into the US (See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asian_Exclusion_Act). Likewise ‘apartheid ‘ was serious LAW in South Africa. You should also note that President Musharraf has never broken a law in Pakistan; he just made sure the LAW kept changing to legitimize and extend his reign. In Texas, I discovered today that the Law allows an insurance company to charge premium to a homeowner estimating his fence at 10% of his home value (25000 for a 250k house) but when the fence is damaged, the Law allows the same company to pay only what it THINKS the fence is worth ($3000), rather than the value (25000) that it valued it for the premium. So much for the INHERENT sanctity of ‘law’.

    And what about breaking a law?
    Historians agree that equal rights were gained by non-whites in the US due to the spark ignited by the law-breaking act of a small frail black woman called Rosa Parks (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosa_Parks). In 1955 she was sitting in a bus in Alabama and refused to give up her seat AS REQUIRED BY LAW when a white passenger boarded the bus. If not for her courage in breaking the law, you may still be living in a segregated community in central Houston as a second class citizen. In May 1857, the sepoys of the East India company BROKE A LAW when they refuse d to use the guns they were given. What happened afterwards created a spark that became an inspiration for the Rani of Jhansi in 1858 and for every Indian freedom fighter till independence.

    So a law is not sacrosanct just by its designation. And breaking every law does not equal ‘loss of moral right’. I’m not suggesting that people ignore all laws and do as they please (or the US will soon become like India) but even the US public acknowledges that some of their laws were bad and breaking them was not wrong.

    -VK

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