The developments in Europe over the past few years has sparked a worldwide debate on the feasibility of their open policy for immigrants coming in from West Asia and other regions. Signs of failure of policy are now surfacing with increased crime rates, the emergence of several no-go zones and more importantly appropriation of foreign regressive cultural practices, further substantiating the concerns of many, who have repeatedly pointed out the adverse impact of the rapidly changing cultural dynamics of the European society.
Refugees committed more than 200,000 crimes in 2015 in Germany alone. The figure represents an 80% increase over 2014 and around 570 crimes committed by Refugees every day (Stats by Gatestone Institute). Experts in Sweden say the situation in the country is catastrophic. Sweden is particularly representative of the extent to which the Migrant Crisis has taken Europe by storm. The National Police Commissioner of Sweden has gone to the extent of saying he did not have resources to handle the rising spate of migrant attacks. The Police have entire areas as ‘No-Go Zones.’ ISIS has repeatedly asserted that they have succeeded in sending their terrorists into Europe disguised as Refugees. The head of Germany’s Domestic Intelligence Agency (BfV) has confirmed that ISIS Terrorists have indeed managed to enter Europe in the ongoing Migrant Crisis.
While Europe struggles its way through the deliberate desecration of European culture, liberals around the world are busy celebrating the victory of multiculturalism. The Liberals have altogether ignored the massive influence of foreign culture on European society and its way of life. Most of the so-called refugees come into Europe from massively regressive societies in West Asia are unable to fit into the liberal and open culture of Europe. On the contrary, these migrants try to impose the regressive practices on European society. While such situations raise red flags and call for firm action, Liberals have for long provided cover to this systematic transformation in the garb of humanitarian values.
7000 Kilometers away in India a similar situation is slowly unfolding. Fundamental sects of certain communities have long been following similar trends as what is now being observed more clearly in Europe. These Fundamental sects have also made similar calls for bringing in illegal immigrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh who have been found indulging in terrorist activities against Indian society. However, though the Indian security agencies have been proactive in countering criminal and radical elements, some fundamental sects have been operating on similar lines by showing nothing but contempt for Indian culture and poisoning the Indian liberal and open culture with regressive and orthodox ideas.
With rising friction in the society because of mainstream promotion of foreign regressive practices has further transformed this into a larger question on the direction of Indian Society. Will the Indian Society progress forward with Indian values of openness and liberty or will it again be a victim of regressive foreign ideas. Liberals in India too have tried to provide cover to these fundamental sects in carrying out these regressive practices by terming any criticism of these practices as ‘bigotry’ and ‘Xenophobic’, However, they have faced firm response from the Indian society who over the past few years have realized the possible impact of this organized cultural imposition and the current situation in Europe only substantiate their concerns.
India, as of now, is on crossroads. From here, if the Hindus sit idly and do nothing, India will be certainly heading the Europe way with the complete destruction of native culture in the name ‘cultural assimilation’ and ‘minority values’. Or, Hindus can finally realize the danger of this sustained project and return to the ancient values on which the ‘Bharatvarsha’ was built. From this quagmire of the culture war, a comprehensive return to Indic values, the value system of Bharatvarsha is the only solution and Hindu society must wake up to this reality.