Tuesday 26 July 2011

Article on Binayak Sen by retired IB officer


This article on Binayak Sen by NT Ravindranath (He is a retired Intelligence bureau (IB) officer) should alert millions of Indians about modus operandi of such organizations and activists.  

SC’s logic while giving bail to Binayak sen, that possessing Naxal material is not a proof that he or she advocates that ideology is beyond comprehension. Binayak sen did not only possess such material but was a medium used to exchange letters between a deadly dangerous wanted Naxal leader and Naxal supporter. 

Naxal agenda is open and transparent. Naxals and Maoists are butchering our security forces and innocent tribals. To call it a Gandhian movement is height of intellectual bankruptcy and lunacy.   Who so ever may be responsible for poor conditions in tribal areas, but this is not the way to solve that problem.

What is the ultimate aim of these so called intellectuals? They have an agenda to disintegrate this country into pieces. 

How is that most of these NGOs are funded from overseas dubious or overt or covert Christian missionary organizations?

How is that most Magsaysay award winners become a sympathizers of Naxalism or separatist activities in India? 

Recently a Pakistani ISI supported NGO in USA, championing the cause of Kashmiries has been exposed by FBI of USA. They have sponsored many Indian intellectuals like Kuldeep Nair, activist Gautam Navlakha, Rajindra Sacchar, Dilip Padgaonkar (ex editor TOI and J&K interlocutor) etc. to many seminars on Kashmir (http://www.indianexpress.com/news/padgaonkar-j&k-interlocutor-is-among-fais-many-guest-speakers/820304/). 

Sunday 24 July 2011

Where was Rahul Gandhi on the night of 26th Nov 2008 - Mumbai Terror Attack


That Rahul Gandhi is an imbecile of highest order is well known. What always surprises me is how little people know about this.

Rahul in party mood soon after Mumbai crisis

Even before the tears of Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan’s mother could dry up, Congress general secretary and heir apparent Rahul Gandhi went partying with his pals at a farmhouse on Delhi’s outskirts.

The Prince partied hard, till 5 in the morning, on Sunday at the ‘sangeet’ for the forthcoming wedding of Samir Sharma, his childhood friend. They were at a sprawling farmhouse at Radhey Mohan Chowk, the haven of people who lead charmed lives beyond Chhatarpur.
Just a day earlier, his sister Priyanka Vadra had caused a flutter by saying the late Indira Gandhi would have “made us very proud” by the way she would have reacted to the Mumbai terror strikes. 
Mumbai appeared to be far from her brother’s mind as he boogied at the farmhouse with Samir Sharma, US-based furniture designer son of Captain Satish Sharma, the late Rajiv Gandhi’s flying partner who nursed the First Family’s pocketborough, Rae Bareli, till Sonia Gandhi chose to contest from there in 2004.