Twitter had a change in guard on Monday (November 29). CEO Jack Dorsey stepped down from his position and passed the baton to Indian origin Parag Agrawal as the new CEO of the microblogging platform.
However, no sooner did Parag’s news of succession hit the newsstands, the Hindu-hating, Brahmin-hating lobby came out in large numbers out of their burrow holes and targeted Parag by remarking that he was elevated to the position because of his caste privilege,
Parag became CEO due to his caste privilege: anti-Hindu, anti-Brahmin brigade:
One netizen named Dalit Diva took to Twitter to share her meltdown upon Parag’s appointment and coined the hashtag Casteintech.
She tweeted, “Remember Microsoft went from Steve Ballmer to Satya Nadella & Alphabet from Larry Page to Sundar Pichai. These companies still have caste discrimination while having leadership that is racially diverse but caste privileged. DEI is the need of the hour. #Casteintech”
Remember Microsoft went from Steve Ballmer to Satya Nadella & Alphabet from Larry Page to Sundar Pinchai. These companies still have caste discrimination while having leadership that is racially diverse but caste priviliged. DEI is the need of the hour. #Casteintech
— Dalit Diva (@dalitdiva) November 29, 2021
She also egged the new CEO to speak about his caste by remarking, “In the grand silicon valley tradition of white cismen passing the torch to Brahmin cismen Jack Dorsey is stepping down and Parag Agarwal is the new CEO of Twitter. Will he also remain silent about Caste?”
Meanwhile, after Elon Musk stated that “USA benefits greatly from Indian talent!”, another oppressed Indian activist chimed in with the caste remark. The netizen named Yash Meghwal asked Musk, “Have you ever thought about Caste privilege of those Indians?”
Have you ever thought about Caste privilege of those Indians?
— Yash Meghwal (@YashMeghwal) November 29, 2021
LMAO western Alt-Right thinks New Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal is a Brahmin
Hahaha hahahaha this is too funny pic.twitter.com/fqzQVytHqj
— Sensei Kraken Zero (@YearOfTheKraken) November 29, 2021
Let’s count Parag Agrawal’s privilege:
For a hot second, let’s pretend that Parag got the top CEO position due to his caste privilege. The caste in question, as established earlier is the Brahmin priestly class. Let’s also forget that Parag, akin to his predecessor is an embodiment of a woke personality that happened to hate the whites, almost a decade ago, thereby riling up the alt-right in the West and most certainly abhors the current nationalistic regime in India.
However, Parag rose to the top, being the cream of the crop. He gained admission to India’s top engineering college, IIT-Mumbai, studied the most sought-after course, Computer Science with an AIEEE rank of 77.
He won a Math’s Olympiad in Istanbul in 2001. Went to the US, pursued his higher education in a top Ivy League college, joined the ‘blue bird’ company in 2011 as an engineer, not in a top administrative position, and worked his way through the ladder.
Where did it look like the supposed privileged Brahmin or in this case Bania ‘Parag’ used his privilege. He earned it on every single step. In whatever way does Parag turn out in the future, no one can take this away from him that he built his legacy and career through sheer hard work, not because some Twitter handle with the caste in her username claimed that he used his caste equations with Jack Dorsey.
Jack Dorsey held the ‘Smash Brahminical Patriarchy’ poster during his visit to India:
Dorsey is many things but he certainly is no Ravish Kumar – the idol of anti-Brahmin brigade that is going to ask Parag in an interview, “Kon Jaat ba?” (Which Caste you are from?)
Moreover, Dorsey is the same man who during his visit to India in 2018 stood in the company of some ‘eminent’ liberals and was photographed holding a sign which promised to ‘SMASH BRAHMANICAL PATARIARCHY’. So, if anything, Dorsey, like the Hindumisia brigade hates Brahmin’s more than anything.
During Twitter CEO @jack's visit here, he & Twitter's Legal head @vijaya took part in a round table with some of us women journalists, activists, writers & @TwitterIndia's @amritat to discuss the Twitter experience in India. A very insightful, no-words-minced conversation 😊 pic.twitter.com/LqtJQEABgV
— Anna MM Vetticad (@annavetticad) November 18, 2018
Later a defamation case was filed against Dorsey for the hate speech incident by all India Brahmin body, Vipra Foundation.
Paras Agrawal is a Bania:
Just to clear the record for the Social Justice Warriors of the country, Parag Agrawal is not a Brahmin. He is a Bania, which happened to be the trader class of the country. Akin to the Brahmins, the Banias are a religious group as well that are often found upholding the Dharma, which most SJWs detest.
The name Agrawal or Aggarwal is derived from the Agragan state said to be founded by Maharaja Agrasen some 5000 years ago in modern-day Rajasthan.
Most Agrawals follow Hinduism, although some are Jains. The texts and legends of the Agrawal community trace the origin of Agrawal’s to the legendary king Agrasena of the Solar Dynasty who adopted Vanika dharma.
The Agrawal community is split into 18 (according to some, 17 and a half) gotras. These include Bansal, Goel, Jindal, Kansal, Mittal, Singhal and last but not the least Garg, among others that most Indians will be familiar with because they are such a phenomenally successful community.
A netizen gave a quick 101 class to the SJWs of the country by tweeting, “Parag Agrawal became a Brahman overnight for anti-Hindu loonies. But it changes nothing if u say ‘He’s a Bania’ Banias are no less trouble for them. They make rich business empires, lead a religious life, they protect Dharma and pump money power into the cause of Hindus.
Parag Agrawal became a Brahman overnight for anti-Hindu loonies. But it changes nothing if u say ‘He’s a Bania’
Banias are no less trouble for them. They make rich business empires, lead a religious life, they protect Dharma and pump money power into the cause of Hindus. 💪
— Shubhangi Sharma (@ItsShubhangi) November 30, 2021
Twitter and its money-minting tactics — Hate the Brahmins:
Twitter is one of the modern-day inventions that has hyperpolarized the world to an extent that there are only two shades to a topic of discussion – white and black. The Grey area has seemingly lost the discourse and thus Twitter grows and flourishes.
A few years back, the social media platform was struggling to gain subscribers but the divisive tactics of the platform helped it spectacularly revive itself.
However, on the platform and in the West, there has been a growing trend lately where any Sanatan ritual or a person coming from an upper caste is gauged through the lens of ‘Brahminical Patriarchy’.
Twitter does nothing to curb that sort of hate speech. As for the SJWs, the presence of Brahmin entrepreneurs, CEOs, temples and Hindu customs is an impediment for the left-liberal cabal to impose their woke agendas on the public.
However, as long as the Brahmins, the priests, Hindu groups and even Banias stand guard, the Sanatan Dharam will continue to prevail. Its traditions even though archaic, are embedded in the core human beliefs and ethos of humility and care.
However, one prays that the activists of the free world, out and about to wipe Brahmins off the face of the earth can at least get their caste game right.