Marxists, Faux-Che Guevara revolutionaries, Leftists, fake Liberals and Pseudo-Intellectuals might be people with diverse interests but they herd together for one common goal- the obliteration of a nation. It is always the nation that is sacrificed at the altar of their lofty and impractical ideals. Their modus operandi is very simple. While claiming constitutional safeguards, they work from within in subverting the constitution and the nation. While claiming Freedom of Expression, they attack manifestations of a nation, deride them, ridicule them and spread their contagion among the gullible elements. Once their cabal gathers enough followers, they stage an uprising in the name of revolutionary ideals to establish a regressive, Stalinist dictatorship. This is exactly what that the new rock star of Leftist Movement in India, Kanhaiya Kumar is trying to do.
In Phase I, Kanhaiya Kumar acquiesced/participated in incendiary and blatantly anti-national slogans at JNU campus. Those who protested were ridiculed as Sanghis/BJP supporters etc. Kanhaiya sought to uphold his right to lawfully protest, while actively mocking the nation. He questioned the authority of protestors to claim that their brand of nationalism was superior to his. (Notice, how Kanhaiya used the existing framework and processes to actively undermine the nation). In Phase II, Kanhaiya Kumar, following his detention and release was converted into a Star by our Paid Media. From JNU, he hurled abuse after abuse against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government. Once again, this was an expression of the constitutional right to freedom of expression and speech. Those who differed with Kanhaiya were booed and hooted.
Clearly, their constitutional rights had to be kept on a lower pedestal. One again, blatant anti-nationalism and scant regard for democratic values was hidden behind a veil of Constitutional rights. Kanhaiya Kumar’s cause was undoubtedly helped by a willing media and elements dying to see the end of Modi government. After attacking two manifestations of national identity- Unity and Integrity of the Nation and its democratically elected government, Kanhaiya Kumar, in Phase III of his movement attacked an unassailable National Icon- India’s armed Forces. In his speech, a few days ago, Kanhaiya deployed duplicity, typical of him and his ilk. He said ‘While we have a lot of respect for our soldiers, we will talk about the fact that some Indian Army men rape women in Kashmir‘. Notice how, he talks of respect for the armed forces in the first half of the sentence, before brazenly attacking the armed forces in the second.
Kanhaiya Kumar, do you really comprehend what you are talking about or are you just farting through your Oral Orifice?
It was okay when you claimed you were not sloganeering, it was tolerable when you attacked the Government, but understand this, DO NOT SPEAK ILL OF OUR ARMED FORCES. You are an insignificant nobody, a 29 year old student cum politician whose life is an abject failure. At 29 years, a typical Indian student is earning and saving so that he can relieve his parents’ burden, not taking cover under one’s mother’s sacrifices to deflect criticism. Where was your bravado, when you were assaulted by the lawyers at the Courthouse, There are reports that you wet your trousers while in Police custody. Where was your characteristic bluster then? Why did you not interrupt the honorable Judge when she gave you a lesson on nationalism? A bombastic speech would have been appropriate at that time. For all your boldness and swagger, you remain a pathetic, whimpering man-child, brainwashed by idealism and struggling to reconcile with the world outside. The walls of JNU provide you with security and comfort. Outside those walls, you reveal your true identity- a man who pees on the streets, outrages the modesty of a woman and remains unashamed of the act!
Captain Saurabh Kalia was 23 years old when he was taken captive by the Pakistani forces during the Kargil War. That makes him 6 years younger than you are, Kanhaiya Kumar. He went to war as a soldier of the great Indian army and came back as a martyr. His body had been burnt with cigarettes, his ear drums had been piereced, his eyes had been punctured by hot rods, his teeth had been broken, his bones shattered, lips cut and private parts hacked off before he was shot dead. Saurabh Kalia did not debate the utility of Nationalism. As a proud Indian, and a member of our armed force, he did his duty. He knew the danger to his life and yet he went ahead. All for the defense of the Motherland. All for resisting the Pakistani invader, who you and your cabal of Leftists worship these days. Shame! Shame!
24 year old Captain Vikram Batra, 5 years younger than you are right now, overcame odds and dislodged Pakistani invaders from Point 5140, setting in motion a chain of victories that ultimately led to an Indian victory in Kargil War. His last mission, in which, Captain Vikram Batra made supreme sacrifice, saw pushing away his Subedar, saying ‘Tu baal-bacchedar hai, hat ja peeche’, before charging on enemy positions, yelling ‘Jai Maata Di’. His mind was clear that the nation expected him to perform his duty in defense of the Motherland.
Kanhaiya Kumar, Do you even have an ounce of our soldiers’ strength, an iota of their love for the motherland, a fraction of their bravery, an atom of their discipline? You don’t! You are a freeloader, who is fed and borne by a credulous nation. On your own, you are unable to even approach the nearest toilet to relieve yourself. So please spare us your wisdom, spare us your speeches, spare us your fiery oratory. As tolerant as we Indians are, there are limits which must never be crossed. The sacrifices of our armed forces, our men and women in uniform are far too great. As a nation, we shall forever be indebted to their sacrifices. Our soldiers in the inhospitable terrain of Siachen, in the deserts of Jaisalmer, in the mountain passes of North East give it their all, only so that we can live in peace and security. Kanhaiya Kumar, as a leech on national resources, the least you can do is to demonstrate at least some sense of gratitude to our soldiers!
“The enemy are only 50 yards away from us. We are heavily outnumbered. We are under devastating fire. I shall not withdraw an inch but will fight to our last man and our last round”
-Major Somnath Sharma
(Made supreme sacrifice while evicting Pakistani intruders from Kashmir during the 1948 War. His stand made prevented the fall of Srinagar. )