It seems, dear friends that the nationalism debate is not going to end that soon. The latest addition to this complex debate is the sloganeering case of a meet conducted in Bangalore by human rights organization ‘Amnesty International’ on the issue of the tension in Kashmir, where members of the right wing students union, Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, that the meet was conducted as a leverage for the notorious ‘azadi’ slogans, following which an FIR was registered against the organization charging the organization for sedition.
For beginners, Amnesty International is a human rights organization (ONLY IN NAME) that caters to the demand of basic human rights in every nation. Set up in 1961, this organization is at the head of a foreign NGO cum educated liberal retards nexus, that is hell bent on destroying INDIA intellectually, if not physically and geographically. But ever since our Hon. PM Narendra Modi has started addressing their issue; it seems that their bad days have just begun.
Cut to 13th August 2016, the day of the event: Broken Families, a multi city event organized by the Amnesty International India, where three families were invited to discuss their experiences of the tension in Kashmir. What the organization aimed at, as the mainstream media is trying to represent, was a peaceful discussion into the issue of Kashmir. They have defended their stance, by denying that they have received a copy of the FIR, and counter questioning the protesters, accusing them ‘ of labeling an event that upholds the constitutional values of INDIA as anti India and communalized.’
Now for the actual version. As per the eyewitnesses, interestingly, all of the families were from the same community (which can’t be named, it’s kind of peaceful), and none of them actually gave a concrete setup of their experience. Instead, as expected, they broke into bashing the INDIAN ARMY, as expected. Journalist and Kashmiri Pandit refugee, RK Mattoo when rose to counter the claims, with the words, ‘The Army is present everywhere in the North-East, Kashmir and other sundry places. I can tell you proudly that the Indian Army is one of the most disciplined armies in the world’, the pro ‘Azadi’ ( I will never call a case of sedition ‘Freedom’) speakers, mostly students, buoyed by the passive support from the organizers, as expected, started shouting anti INDIA slogans, mostly copied from the notorious JNU incident.
Naturally, this provoked the nationalists attending the event, and the policemen who had attended the event, eventually managed to pacify the two groups. However, the stalemate didn’t end here. The student wing, ABVP, called for strict action against the organizers, protesting against the Karnataka government.
As of now, there is little to zero outrage in the media, as expected. However, what has happened at the event organized by the Amnesty International has certainly proved a fact :
Amnesty International is a human rights organization only in name, in reality, it is nothing but another intellectual terrorist organization, on the lines of NDTV, Ford Foundation, to name a few, who are if not openly, giving passive support to terrorism and sedition in India, labeling it as ‘Freedom of Speech and Expression’. Ironic.
Interestingly, this organization has rarely ever commented on actual issues like the Kashmir Holocaust on Kashmiri Pandits, 1984 riots, but has been almost pro active on the cases where India has struck back, from castigating the hangings of Ajmal Kasab and Afzal Guru, and calling the arrest of seditious JNUSU President Kanhaiyya Kumar as against the freedom of expression. Surprisingly, all of these idiots were vociferous against the calls of Major General Gagan Deep Bakshi, to address the issues of human rights violations in Pakistan. Okay, so according to their logic, BREAKING INDIA into pieces is freedom of expression, butchering KASHMIRI PANDITS and innocent SIKHS in 1984 is freedom of expression, but looking into the issue of PoK and Balochistan is not. Irony committed suicide when she heard of this.
To sum up, what Bengaluru Police has done, especially with the government at the helm of affairs, is a rare but welcome step. For those, who advocate for the ironic cause of human rights of oppressors (here being the stone pelters and the Salafi terrorists of Kashmir), a hard hitting note by Kay Kay Menon as Rakesh Maria in ‘Black Friday’ (2007) is probably the most befitting and realistic reply to these human rights organizations:-
‘Human rights…..? Ask them to solve this case. Around 400 people were ripped apart in the blasts. None of the accused were among them. What about their human rights? NOTHING! With 10 criminals, some innocent are caught too, nobody is that perfect in the world, and these are not ordinary criminals. They think what they have done is absolutely right, that is JIHAD! These are terrorists, madam, they are bigots. What third degree, you chop their fingers, they won’t open their mouth. They’ll open their mouth only if they are humiliated. They can’t tolerate humiliation……’
It is now up to us, to choose between the well wishers or the destroyers disguising as harbingers of freedom and democracy. We have to choose wisely.