Defaming Hindus and Brahmins are two fundamental axioms that are the guiding principle for the intelligentsia that support DMK in the state of Tamil Nadu. Recently, the Lakhimpur Kheri incident became one more excuse for this brigade, to besmirch Brahmins and pass extremely derogatory statements against them.
Lakhimpur Kheri incident hijacked by Brahmin bashers in Tamil Nadu
As soon as the reports of the violence that erupted in Lakhimpur Kheri made national headlines, the whole Tamil media and their masters started to bash the Yogi Adityanath government. Chief Minister, MK Stalin demanded an impartial and high-level investigation into the matter and condemned the arrest of Congress leader Priyanka Vadra. “Opposition leaders including @priyankagandhi (Priyanka Gandhi Vadra), who tried to meet the farmers, are detained. They shall be freed and allowed to exercise their democratic rights,”-tweeted Stalin.
Meanwhile, a Member of Parliament from Tamil Nadu has openly termed Brahmins of UP as ‘rowdies’. The MP saw this as an opportunity to mock Brahmins because Ashish Mishra, the son of Minister Ajay Mishra and the main accused in the matter is a Brahmin by birth.
Lakhimpur Kheri was Tamil media's prime time topic for 4 days, UP Brahmans are being name called as Thugs, Talibans & more by TN politicians!
Here a DMK MP surrendered before Court on a murder charge, no debates, not even a news.
— Ethirajan Srinivasan 🇮🇳🚩 (@Ethirajans) October 11, 2021
A television anchor and political analyst Sumanth Raman called Brahmin bashing is a regular affair in Tamil Nadu politics. He tweeted, “This is why the political dynamics of the rest of India and Tamil Nadu are different. You won’t hear such speeches often in the rest of the country. In TN, Brahmin bashing is routine. “Rowdies in UP means Brahmins” says this Member of Parliament and ally of ruling party in TN.”
This is why the political dynamics of the rest of India and Tamil Nadu are different. You won't hear such speeches often in the rest of the country. In TN,Brahmin bashing is routine. "Rowdies in UP means Brahmins" says this Member of Parliament and ally of ruling party in TN. https://t.co/LpduXFY3vc
— Sumanth Raman (@sumanthraman) October 10, 2021
Tamil Nadu-A ‘secular’ state which does not respect Brahmin minority
Right from the days of E.V Periyar (who openly called himself an atheist and mocked Brahmins on a regular basis) to today’s MK Stalin government (which relies on usurping Hindus’ religious freedom), history suggests that politicians have always relied on ridiculing Brahmins to garner political power in the state. In a country where minorities are provided special privileges, Brahmins (who constitute less than 3 percent of the state population) have been subject to systematic atrocities by Tamil political parties since the 1950s.
Social justice- A mask for Brahmin-bashing
The hate for Brahmins is masked by sophisticated semantics and is termed as social justice by various parties and their paid intellectuals. Even, the sacred right to worship is not allowed to Brahmins as the traditional enclaves of Brahmins have been named as inclusive living spaces after the governments usurped it.
Do you want to know what Tamil Nadu did right?
"Agraharams, the traditional enclaves of Brahmins, are getting transformed across the state as INCLUSIVE living spaces."
And this isn't enough. Hope Dalit Adivasi leaders n parties rise up n take their rightful place at the top. pic.twitter.com/5a8gqMU8n2
— BG 🖤 (@joBeeGeorgeous) September 20, 2021
The rise of many Brahmin leaders in the country should give an insight to the Brahmin-bashers about the glorious history of their role in the formation of this nation. India is one nation, and erasing the history of one community at the cost of others is ultimately going to put India’s unity in jeopardy.