The court-mandated videography survey of the Gyanvapi Masjid complex was completed last Monday. The survey team has found a Shivling inside the well. The Shivling is 12 feet by 8 inches in diameter. Interestingly, if claims circulating around are to be believed, the well in which the Shivling has been found was used by Muslims for their pre-Namaaz Wuḍū ritual. The discovery of a Shivling from within the Gyanvapi Masjid has forced liberals and Islamists to have repeated bouts of panic seizures. Many of them have even tried being sarcastic, by bringing the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre into the picture.
What is so special about the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, you might ask? Well, it just so happens to resemble a Shivling. Essentially, liberals and Islamists want to project Hindus as fools, who will stake claim to any structure resembling a Shivling. In their hearts, though, anti-Hindu bigots know that they are making a fool out of themselves.
There is no comparison between the mandirs destroyed by Islamic invaders, and structures created recently without the Abrahamic zeal of destructiveness. You must have thought that Hindus would be mocked by illiterates only in the liberal and Islamist camps, right? Well, even mainstream media houses are now hopping in and taking jibes at Hindus.
The Economic Times Loses its Mind
The Economic Times decided to pitch in as well. So, in order to mock Hindus and their beliefs, the Economic Times published a distasteful meme. In it, the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre was shown with the caption, “Bom Bholenath! You sure that’s the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre”.
Economic times should be renamed as anti-hindu times pic.twitter.com/QbTpkbonez
— Right Singh (@rightwingchora) May 22, 2022
The meme is intended to hurt Hindu sentiments. It is meant to provoke Hindus; to mock them; to make fun of their beliefs. It aims at portraying Hindus as people who would stake a claim on any structure remotely resembling a symbol of their faith.
There’s a Glaring Mistake
Such is the Economic Times’ arrogance, that the publication did not even think of checking the meme before it got published and gave rise to a storm on social media. Any half-sane individual would know that the chant is not “Bom Bholenath” but “Bam Bhole”.
Whether this was published in haste, or whether every person working at ET is a deracinated bigot is not yet known, although chances of the latter being true are much higher. ET had one job – to ridicule Hindus properly. It couldn’t do that without an error too.
The Economic Times did not just target Hindus. In fact, it went after the most revered Hindu god – Mahadev. If a leading media organisation can mock Hindus so openly, one can only imagine the seething hatred that Islamists and liberals must be harbouring against India’s majority community.
Behind all the sarcasm, mockery, and ridicule that Islamists and liberals are showering on Hindus, there lies a deep-seated hatred for India’s majority community, its faith, religious symbols and culture at large. There is another takeaway that emerges out of the comments made by liberals, Islamists and leading media organisations recently – that they are all crying profusely as they see their enemies winning one battle after the other.