Good Terrorism Bad Terrorism

Few days back some cow vigilantes in Rajasthan, India attacked some muslim men who were transporting cattle. The transporters were carrying all the legal documents with them that might be sought by ‘authorities’ and obviously not by terrorists. Despite that they were ruthlessly beaten and one of them was murdered on a busy road in full public view. And just last year Akhlaq too was murdered by RW terrorists on the suspicion of having beef cooked at his home which later on proved to be false.

 

Media and the ruling party calls these individuals as fringe elements – same word that they until few months back used for the present CM of the most populous state. The fringe is the main stream now and the terrorists are the activists now. Media is shying away from calling these terror attacks as terror attacks in first place and the nomenclature that they use for these terror activities mainly perpetrated by the hindu right-wing is just to give them a soft public image. ‘This guy did kill this many people in a bomb blast but look he’s not a terrorist but was an activist’.

This image stabilization by the media is a dangerous trend. These days, every single channel is trying to toe the line of RW. Their terrorists are not even called terrorists, their terror attacks are called isolated incidents! During the time of emergency, media played a pivotal role in informing the masses as well as calling spade as a spade but in present times when called to bend they start to crawl.

This RW terrorism is far more dangerous than ISIS as in the case of former a democratically elected government is giving tacit approval leading to legitimization of the same! Laws are subverted to let the guilty go free, issues are being concocted to appear in favor of the guilty.

PM may come on TV and shed tears like he does every now and then; but in no way does that send any message of assurance to the minority in India. Let alone the vengeance against the minority living in here; they did not even leave the foreigners – Africans, that too in the capital! The delusion of grandeur this Brahmanical Indian society has is astonishing to say the least. These are the very people who take pride in being the original citizens of India and call Mughals as outsiders. Yes, Babur did invade India but his progeny was born and brought up in here just like these deluded people who came in with Aryan invasion and thought themselves to be superior to the original inhabitants. The original inhabitants were taken as slaves and made to work in the fields as slaves hence the caste Shudras. They themselves being the occupiers and invaders thought themselves to be the learned/intellectual class and warriors hence brahmin and Kshatriyas, with the advent the business caste of the Vaisyas also came into being.

My point here is that the top caste that calls everyone who’s a non hindu as outsiders or traitors who adopted to foreign religion are ironically hallucinating on the false moral high ground because of the same invasion.┬áSo, drunk on false grandeur they are creating havoc on streets killing minorities and on social media issuing rape threats and death threats to women. And thus, it is becoming difficult to live in India for minority in general and Muslims in particular.

One can draw many parallels between what is happening now in India and what happened in Nazi Germany. Sadly, a similar rise of fascism is seen today in India. Under the misdirection of development fascist propaganda is let loose. The government is as incompetent as it can be, goal posts are shifted every hour, bills are passed in parliament by subverting the democratic process, judiciary has started to look away or give a tacit approval in many cases with patriotic songs and movie scripts finding way into the judgement, media was already wagging tail waiting for biscuits to be thrown at, anyone critical of the government is thought to be critical of the country and shouted down. Ironically, India has always been chiding Pakistan over good terrorism – bad terrorism but prefers to have blind eye to the terrorism at home by calling it a fringe and giving it a tacit approval to unleash itself on minorities.

With each passing day PM is not following the footsteps of any former leader but he’s only exonerating the stance of the founder of Pakistan.