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The Day We See The Truth And Cease To Speak it, Is The Day We Begin To Die. MLK Jr.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Excerpts Mein Kampf Ch Xb; internal treachery

Lies being taught;
Mein Kampf is unintelligible ravings of a maniac.
CHAPTER Xb – The loss of war was internal not external.
“Let us examine the symptoms that were evident in Germany at the time that the German people accepted this defeat. Is it not true that in several circles the misfortunes of the Fatherland were even joyfully welcomed in the most shameful manner? Who could act in such a way without thereby meriting vengeance for his attitude? Were there not people who even went further and boasted that they had gone to the extent of weakening the front and causing a collapse? Therefore it was not the enemy who brought this disgrace upon our shoulders but rather our own countrymen. If they suffered misfortune for it afterwards, was that misfortune undeserved? Was there ever a case in history where a people declared itself guilty of a war, and that even against its better conscience and its better knowledge?
No, and again no. In the manner in which the German nation reacted to its defeat we can see that the real cause of our collapse must be looked for elsewhere and not in the purely military loss of a few positions or the failure of an offensive. For if the front as such had given way and thus brought about a national disaster, then the German nation would have accepted the defeat in quite another spirit. They would have borne the subsequent misfortune with clenched teeth, or they would have been overwhelmed by sorrow. Regret and fury would have filled their hearts against an enemy into whose hands victory had been given by a chance event or the decree of Fate; and in that case the nation, following the example of the Roman Senate (Note 14), would have faced the defeated legions on their return and expressed their thanks for the sacrifices that had been made and would have requested them not to lose faith in the Empire. Even the capitulation would have been signed under the sway of calm reason, while the heart would have beaten in the hope of the coming REVANCHE.
[Note 14. Probably the author has two separate incidents in mind. The first happened in 390 B.C., when, as the victorious Gauls descended on Rome, the Senators ordered their ivory chairs to be placed in the Forum before the Temples of the Gods. There, clad in their robes of state, they awaited the invader, hoping to save the city by sacrificing themselves. This noble gesture failed for the time being; but it had an inspiring influence on subsequent generations. The second incident, which has more historical authenticity, occurred after the Roman defeat at Cannae in 216 B.C. On that occasion Varro, the Roman commander, who, though in great part responsible for the disaster, made an effort to carry on the struggle, was, on his return to Rome, met by the citizens of all ranks and publicly thanked because he had not despaired of the Republic. The consequence was that the Republic refused to make peace with the victorious Carthagenians.]
That is the reception that would have been given to a military defeat which had to be attributed only to the adverse decree of Fortune. There would have been neither joy-making nor dancing. Cowardice would not have been boasted of, and the defeat would not have been honoured. On returning from the Front, the troops would not have been mocked at, and the colours would not have been dragged in the dust. But above all, that disgraceful state of affairs could never have arisen which induced a British officer, Colonel Repington, to declare with scorn: Every third German is a traitor! No, in such a case this plague would never have assumed the proportions of a veritable flood which, for the past five years, has smothered every vestige of respect for the German nation in the outside world.
This shows only too clearly how false it is to say that the loss of the War was the cause of the German break-up. No. The military defeat was itself but the consequence of a whole series of morbid symptoms and their causes which had become active in the German nation before the War broke out. The War was the first catastrophal consequence, visible to all, of how traditions and national morale had been poisoned and how the instinct of self-preservation had degenerated. These were the preliminary causes which for many years had been undermining the foundations of the nation and the Empire.
But it remained for the Jews, with their unqualified capacity for falsehood, and their fighting comrades, the Marxists, to impute responsibility for the downfall precisely to the man who alone had shown a superhuman will and energy in his effort to prevent the catastrophe which he had foreseen and to save the nation from that hour of complete overthrow and shame. By placing responsibility for the loss of the world war on the shoulders of Ludendorff they took away the weapon of moral right from the only adversary dangerous enough to be likely to succeed in bringing the betrayers of the Fatherland to Justice. All this was inspired by the principle--which is quite true in itself--that in the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted in the deeper strata of their emotional nature than consciously or voluntarily; and thus in the primitive simplicity of their minds they more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lie, since they themselves often tell small lies in little matters but would be ashamed to resort to large-scale falsehoods. It would never come into their heads to fabricate colossal untruths, and they would not believe that others could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously. Even though the facts which prove this to be so may be brought clearly to their minds, they will still doubt and waver and will continue to think that there may be some other explanation. For the grossly impudent lie always leaves traces behind it, even after it has been nailed down, a fact which is known to all expert liars in this world and to all who conspire together in the art of lying. These people know only too well how to use falsehood for the basest purposes.
From time immemorial. However, the Jews have known better than any others how falsehood and calumny can be exploited. Is not their very existence founded on one great lie, namely, that they are a religious community, whereas in reality they are a race? And what a race! One of the greatest thinkers that mankind has produced has branded the Jews for all time with a statement which is profoundly and exactly true. He (Schopenhauer) called the Jew "The Great Master of Lies". Those who do not realize the truth of that statement, or do not wish to believe it, will never be able to lend a hand in helping Truth to prevail.
We may regard it as a great stroke of fortune for the German nation that its period of lingering suffering was so suddenly curtailed and transformed into such a terrible catastrophe. For if things had gone on as they were the nation would have more slowly, but more surely, gone to ruin. The disease would have become chronic; whereas, in the acute form of the disaster, it at least showed itself clearly to the eyes of a considerable number of observers. It was not by accident that man conquered the black plague more easily than he conquered tuberculosis. The first appeared in terrifying waves of death that shook the whole of mankind, the other advances insidiously; the first induces terror, the other gradual indifference. The result is, however, that men opposed the first with all the energy they were capable of, whilst they try to arrest tuberculosis by feeble means. Thus man has mastered the black plague, while tuberculosis still gets the better of him.”
Adolf Hitler

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Minorities in India.

Lies being taught;
Muslims and Dalits are minorities and ‘Hindus’ are majority in India;
Now the truth;
The word Hindu refers to the original inhabitants of ancient (H)Indus valley Civilization. people coming from China, Greece or present day Iran collectively referred to people living across river (s)indhu as (H)indus. Thus every inhabitant of ancient India were called and are Hindus. The ancient India or indies consists of present day Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, the Maldives and some parts of Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Brunei, Singapore, the Philippines, East Timor, and Malaysia.
Dark orange: The Indian subcontinent (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Nepal and Bhutan). Light orange: Other countries culturally linked to India, notably Burma, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Champa (Southern Vietnam), Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore. Yellow: Regions with significant Indian cultural influence, notably, Afghanistan, China's Yunnan and Tibet provinces and the Philippines.

India is a country where every 100 Miles language and religion changes.  At every few miles there is a Mahatama, A Sant, A Baba, A Swami, A Muni, A Guru, An Ashram, A Dera, A Satsang giving his own beliefs, practices, traditions and religious definitions. Even within same caste or sub castes for example Vaishyas the religious ceremony changes with place. It is different in Bengal, where Vaishyas worship ‘Durga’, in West they worship ‘Ganesha’, in central India, they worship ‘Sun’ (chhath Puja). Hindu Dharma refers to moral obligations or duties to be observed in Society e.g. 'Pitr'/'matr' Dharma; father/mother duty towards children, 'Suntaan' dharam duty of sons or children’s towards tjeir parents or 'Shishya' and 'Shikshak' students and teachers duty towards each other etc etc.
After Ashoka the great laid down arms for good (for war was considered as greatest destruction a man could cause) See; Ashoka, India ceased to be a military power. It became easy prey for invasions. Muslim invaders, such as Nader Shah, Mahmud of Ghazni, Ahmad Shāh Abdālī, Muhammad Ghori, Babur etc forced or lured, many inhabitants to convert to Islam. However cultures of converts remained as Hindus. They are called Hindu-Muslims since Islam is not indigenous to India. Similarly English and Portuguese invasion led to many to convert to Christianity. However they are also culturally Hindus. Hence converts to Christianity are called Hindu-Christians since Christianity is not indigenous to India. Indian ‘Muslims’ whether living in Pakistan or Bangladesh are not called Muslims for two reasons;
1.     They speak Urdu. Urdu is derived from Hindi and is spoken only by Hindus or in Indian territories of Pakistan or Bangladesh. One can easily follow Pakistan news channels since they use mostly Hindi with little smattering of Persian. We cannot understand Muslim TC Channels of Saudi Arabia, Iran or Iraq.
2.     Muslims consider Indian converts as their Dogs not Muslims;-

Indian Muslims can be referred to either as converts or Hindu-Muslims. They are not Muslims and will never be accepted as Muslims.

Now coming to the issue of minorities In India, an individual is smallest minority. In truth all Indians are Indians first and last. All Indians are Hindus. For power hungry congress communists and state parties who love to treat Humans as votes (castes), here are a few facts;

Dalits and OBCs constitute more than 50% of Population (there won’t be 50% reservation for 5% of population).
Converts constitute 15% of population.

Following are minority castes since they are between 0.1% to 3.0% of population.

A; Adaviyar, Agri caste, Ahir, Ahirwar, Alavan, Anjana , Antal, Anuppan, Aradhya, Arayan, Arora, Asati, Ashtagrama Iyer, Awadhiya (caste),

B; Badhiphul, Bahti, Bajgi, Bakho, Balija, Bania (caste), Bangar, (caste), Bansphor, Bari (caste), Barwar (caste), Bayar caste, Bedi, Bedia (caste), Belwar, Bhada (Charan), Bhalla, Bhambi, Bhandari caste, Bhangu, Bhanot, Bhantu, Bhanushali, Bharbhunja , Bhat, Bhatraju, Bhattarai, Bhavsar, Bhil Gametia, Bhil Mama, Bhishti, Bhope, Bhuiyar, Bhulia, Brahim

C; Christians, Chag, Chain(caste), Chakyar, Chamail, Chaukalshi, Chhaparband, Chhipi, Chik, Chobdar, Chunara, Churihar, Goud.

D; Dahima, Daivadnya, Dalit, Dangi, Dashora, Desigar, Deuli mali, Devadiga, Devanga, Dewangan, Dhadhor, Dheevara, Dhor, Dhusia, Domba, Dubla, Dudekula.

E; Eradi, Ezhava

G; Gaderia, Gadhia, Gahoi, Gamalla, Ganak, Ganiga, Gauda and Kunbi, Gavli, Gawaria, Ghamaila, Gharami, Ghasiara, Ghirth, Gihara, Godha, Gollewar, Goriya, Gowari, Gowda, Gurjar

H; Halbi, Halwai, Hatkar, Hatwal, Hazaris, Hela, Heri, Burud, Holar, Hoogar, Hurkiya.

I; Idangai, Ilayath, Iluvar, Isai Velalar, Istimrari, Iyer,

J; Jaga, Jalia Kaibarta, Jāti, Jhamar, Jhangi, Jogi, Jogi Faqir, Jat

K; Kadava, Kadia, Kaimal, Kakur, Kalabaz, Kalbi, Kalingi, Kalwar, Kamma, Kammalan, Kanakkan, Kandu, Kanet, Kaniyar, Kanjar, Kannadiya Naidu, Kapariya, Karan, Karmakar, Karmani, Kartha, Kasuadhan, Kathi Darbar, Kattaha, Keminje, Kesarvani, Kewat, Khagi, Khairaha, Khant, Kharol, Kharot, Kharwa, Kharwar, Khateek, Khatri, Kirar, Koli, Komar, Komati, Konar, Koshta, Kshatriya, Kuchband, Kulin, Kumbara Gowda, Kummari, Kunbi, Kuravar, Kurup, Kuta, Kuthaliya Bora.

L; Labbay, Lakhera, Lal Begi, Lavana, Leuva, Leva, Lodha, Lohia, Lonari.

M; Maaran, Madiga, Mahishya, Mahton, Mahuri, Mahyavanshi, Maiya, Mal, Mala, Mali, Mallav, Mang, Manipuri, Mannadiyar, Maratha, Meshuchrarim, Mirshikar, Modh, Mukkulathor,  Mukkuvar, Mundhra,  Muslim Dhobi

N; Nadar, Nagarathar,  Nai, Nambiar, Nambudiri, Narikurava,  Nassuvan, Natrayat, Nattathi Nadar, Nattukottai Nagarathar, Navnat, Nayak, Nedumpally, Negi, Nethakani, Niari, Nishad, Noongar.

O; Oswal

P; Pachhimi, Padhar, Padmashali, Pancha-Dravida, Pancha-Gauda, Panchkalshi, Panika, Parahiya, Paravar, Parvatharajakulam, Patanwadia, Pathare Prabhu, Pathare Prabhu (Kanchole), Patharkat, Pattamkattiyar, Pattariyar, Patwa, Perike, Pindari, Purabi.

Q; Qalandar, Qassab

R; Radha, Rajan, Raju, Ramdasia, Ramoshi, Rastogi, Rathodia, Rathwa, Raut, Ravana, Rayee, Rayeen, Roniaur

S; Sachora, Sadh, Sagar, Sahariya, Sahmal, Saini, Sakaldwipiya, Salaat, Saliya, Salvi, Samantan, Sambandam, Sansi, Sapera,   Sathwara, Seervi, Sengunthar, Shah, Shankarjati, Shenva,  Sidh, Sikligar, Sinduria, Sondhia, Soni, Sorathia, Sunar, Sundhi, Sunwani, Suryavanshi Aare Katika, Swakula Sali, Swarnkar

T; Tamboli, Tanti, Tattama, Thakur, Thampan, Thandan, Thathagar, Thathera, Thirumulpad, Thogataveera, Tuluva Hebbars, Turaiha, Tyagi.

U; Uppara

V; Vadde raju, Vaddera, Vaddi, Vaishnav Khamar, Vaishya Vani, Valand, Valangai, Valiathan, Vankar, Vanzha, Variar, Vatandar, Velama, Vijayvargiya.

Y; Yadav

Misc; Nirankaries, Sikhs, Radha Swamies, Arya Samajies, Sacha Sauda wale, Sai Baba wale, bapu wale, baba wale, dera wale, ashrams wale etc etc.

There may be some smattering of OBC’s and SCs in above list. 2%-3% here or there won’t make any difference to the larger picture that what is projected as minority is actually majority and what is projected as Majority is actually minority.