India As an Imperialist Country

Creaders writes:

The man white ally with India. The white man is always covering India. White man media do not report the real truth about India and all India transgression was forgotten. India is a key player against China. But I will honestly say its not a NATO style alliance but a low level type. India invade Diu, Daman, Goa, Dadra and Nagar Haveli from Portugal, no white man newspaper ever bark. India invade Hyderabad, white man keep quiet. India invade Kashmir, white man keep quiet. India invade Sikkim, white man keep quiet. When India invade Kashmir, India say Kashmir ruler like India but so I don care if they people hate India. When India invade Hyderabad, India say Hyderabad people like India, but I don care the ruler hate Indian. When India annex Manipur and Sikkim, both people and ruler hate India. India say fuck it, I just want your land, never mind if you hate me. In fact, Indian just know how to talk and talk. They are liars and can come out any reason to harm you. white man keep quiet. India invade China, white man keep quiet. China arrest India’s aggression in 1962 Sino-Indian war, white man say China is aggressor and send arm to India. India is really a crap nation.

I thought US imperialism was bad until I heard about Indian imperialism. India is obviously one of the imperialist countries. Even worse, like the early United Snakes, Zionist Israel, Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan, it has been conquering and annexing land since the day of its birth. I suppose one could argue that many new nations engage in a “nation-building project” that involves some sort of conquering of other people’s land to annex their lands into the new nation. However, if we look around the world, we do not see a lot of examples of new imperialist countries engaging in nationalist conquests upon independence. In the modern era, the examples are not many: Nazi Germany: program of conquest, annexation and colonization in WW2. Imperial Japan: program of conquest, annexation and colonization in WW2. Fascist Italy: program of conquest, annexation and colonization in WW2. Indonesia (independence in 1949): Program of conquest and annexation of Aceh, East Timor and part of New Guinea now called Irian Jaya. There was also a project of settling colonized lands with settlers in order to subdue the natives. A number of genocides ensued. This project was led by an openly fascist political party pushing a fascist project called Pangasinan. Pakistan (independence in 1948): Attempted to annex Kashmir by force (uncertain if Kashmiris wanted to be annexed by Pakistan). Annexed Balochistan by violence soon afterwards after Balochis voted not to join Pakistan. Israel (independence in 1949): Its very birth was created by invasion, conquest, ethnic cleansing and displacement of natives. Colonization of new land by settlers followed. The following years, more and more land was conquered, more natives were thrown off the land, and more settlers were moved onto new conquered land. The project continues to this day. Russia (newly independent in 1991): Invaded and conquered Chechnya which declared independence from the new Russian nation. Later invaded other Caucasus republics attempting to break away from the new nation. Armenia: Invaded and conquered part of Azerbaijan called Nagorno-Karabagh on an uncertain moral basis but strategically because it was full of Armenians. Later conquered “buffer zones” of Azeri territory similar to Israeli “security buffers.” Georgia: Invaded South Ossetia when South Ossetia refused to join the new country called Georgia. Morocco: Invaded and conquered Spanish Sahara after the region was decolonized. It then settled the area with 200,000 settlers. Sudan: Upon independence in 1954, launched a war against South Sudan that continued for decades and killed 2 million people. Eritrea: Soon after achieving independence in 1991, Eritrea attacked Ethiopia and tried to annex border land. It also attacked Djibouti and tried to annex part of that country. Ethiopia: After independence, Ethiopia immediately annexed Eritrea. This led to a 30 year war which Eritrea finally won and achieved independence from Ethiopia. Somalia: The new nation of Somalia attacked Ethiopia in 1977 and attempted to conquer the Ogaden region and annex it to Somalia. Libya: In 1978, Libya attacked Chad and attempted to annex a strip of land called the Aouzou Strip. However, India seemingly takes the cake. Soon after independence, India quickly invaded Hyderabad, Diu, Daman, Goa, Dadra, Nagar Haveli, Sikkim, Manipur and Kashmir. All of these places had decided that they did not want to be part of India, but India invaded them anyway. Sikkim was actually a separate country, but India invaded it anyway and annexed the place. Many people died because of India’s imperial conquests. The Manipur conflict lasted many years and the Kashmiri conflict continues to this day. Many other areas in the Northeast also refused to join India in the beginning and all were attacked sooner or later. In the midst of this wild imperial conquest spree, apparently India received 10 When you talk to Indians (generally high-caste Indians) one thing you will note is the fanatical nationalism many of them have. Many don’t know their country’s history, but if you recite it to those who know about it, almost 10 Of late, radical Indian ultra-nationalism has been married to Hindu fanaticism in the form of Hindutva ideology. This is a marriage of fascist ultra-nationalism and with radical religious fundamentalism. The result has been a potent movement that looks fascist in many respects. This nascent fascist movement has taken high caste and middle class Indians by storm. We should not sit idly by and watch this fascist movement form while we twiddle our toes. Instead we should watch this dangerous movement very closely. It threatens not only India itself but parts of the rest of the world too.

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84 thoughts on “India As an Imperialist Country”

  1. Other than Indians making up a part of the Persian Armies that attacked Greece in 500BC, India has hardly undertaken any trans-continental Imperialism. The India-Pakistan & India-China war were neighbourly fights & I think that China attacked first in 1962 ?
    However, Asians attacked & colonized European countries first – Asiatic Steppe Tribes (Eastern Europe in 1800BC), Persia (Greece in 500BC), Huns (Central Europe, Germany, Italy, France in 300-500AD), the Arab Jihad (Spain, France 700-1400AD), Mongols (Eastern Europe, Austria in 1200-1400AD), Ottomans (Byzantium 1400AD, Poland, Austria, Venice, Russia 1500-1900AD). Tens of millions in Europe were raped & killed when the savage Asiatic hordes of the Asiatic Steppe Tribes, Attila, Genghis Khan, Timurlane, Ottomans, Persians & the Arab Jihad rampaged through Europe from 1800BC-1900 AD. Asians like Steppe Tribes, Persians, Attila, Genghis Khan, Ottomans, Arab Jihad were the first & pioneer imperialists, colonizers & warmongers not Westerners nor black Africans

    1. This the 20th Century. Indians are still practicing conquest, annexation and settlement of land and gaining territory by conquest when the rest of the world gave it up long ago. Almost every single Indian on Earth with defend the Indian monster state and its endless imperial conquests. Indians are sick people, practicing long dead ideologies of imperial conquest and annexation. Monsters. Backwards, primitive monsters.

      1. Correct, but thats within Asia, no real significance to the West. Only two trans-continental attacks on USA in the recent past – 9/11 & Boston by the Islamic Arab Jihad from West Asia and Imperial Japanese Army from East Asia. Only the Asians have ever managed it ! So you have to look at Asia as whole, not in sections.

      2. We took back the land that belongs to us – and India has never annexed territory that was outside the British Raj, other than reconquering the Portuguese territory of Goa (which is historically, culturally and ethnically Indian and part of historical Indian empires like the Maratha, Mughals, Guptas, etc.).

        Unlike the US which took land from the natives or the Brits or French who went after land and territory that had nothing to do with them.

        Tell me we’re imperialist after we invade Saudi Arabia or Thailand or Tanzania.

        1. You’re a Hindutvadi or an Indian nationalist or really an Indian fascist. Well, at least we know how you maniacs think. Hitler was trying to “take back the land that belonged to his people” too you know. So was everyone.

          I’ve met Goans and boy do they hate the guts of you Indian Hindus! They hate you!

    2. The Nehru “Forward Policy” against China is a well established fact. No serious historian is going to deny it.
      Besides, it is known that there is a certain sets of rules that all nations need follow after 1945. All empire built before 1945 will be allow to exist in a unitary form, even if it is gain by territorial conquest. After 1945, any aggression needs to be condemned.
      In that sense, India is the worst aggressor.

      1. Re:Creaders – So you conveniently forgot about the Chinese invasion of Tibet, Russian invasion of Afghanistan, Iran-Iraq war…all happened after 1945 and caused far more deaths.

  2. You have mentioned about Tibet and many other topic that will require a lot of treatment. As I Chinese, I will give treatment to Tibet topic.
    China’s control of Tibet is within the international agreeable framework. There is no independence Tibet per se. When Tibet declare independence, no nations in the world recognize Tibet and Tibet was deemed China territory.
    So when Mao unite China, it would be logical for him to regain Chinese control in Tibet a as next step. Tibet exist within the Chinese empire.
    All nations agree that Chinese can take Tibet because there is no better rules and regulations.
    Also India is inherited from British conquest before 1945. So India is allowed to remain largely as a unitary state. Else India will have to split into thousands of princely states.
    Also USA is allowed to remain as a unitary state, else its land will need to go to native American.
    In fact, USA not only support Tibet as Chinese territory, but recognize that South Tibet (Arunacahl Pradesh) belongs to China. Look at the map of China in USA WW2 documentary

    1. Well as long as the Dalai Lama and other Tibetians are not happy, then it has to be considered an invasion only !
      The Native Americans (East Asian migrants who crossed into America long ago) were colonized in return for Asian invaders such as Attila, Genghis, Timur, Ottomans & Arab Jihad invading & colonizing Europe in the past. And the Arabs who invaded & occupied North Africa can vacate Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria & Egypt & return back to Saudi Arabia. History is not just 200 years old, it goes back even further. And there is NO effect without a cause.

      1. You sound like a Zionist! I am beginning to see why you Indian nationalists love Zionists so much. You are both ultra-nationalist monsters.
        Although I do agree that Tibet has a right to go free.
        Basically what you are doing is defending the sickening evil of Indian imperialism and ultranationalism, expansionism, annexation, conquest and settler colonialism of the sick Indian state with the similar behavior of the past. But this is what the Zionist ultranationalist monsters do. At some point, all of this ultranationalist filth must be buried in the shit heap of history for all time. After 1945, it was agreed that the cancer of ultranationalist conquest, annexation, expansionism and settler colonialism would come to an end. Sick new cancer states like Israel and India came into being and immediately began behaving like the empires of old. Furthermore, the Zionist monsters, just like the Indian nationalist monsters, claim the right to engage in ultranationalist conquest, annexation, expansionism and settler colonialism until perpetuity because “you guys did it in the past.”

        1. No, I’m not an Indian or Zionist nationalist. I dont like any of them ! In fact I support Whites the most, though I consider all humans abnormal.
          This is what I say – all humans & their ancestors are abnormal right out of Africa when they diverged from the apes 6 million years ago (for reasons too complicated & unpleasant to explain here). And Asia made everyone 1000x worse.
          ps: I cant discuss anymore here, so be patient and wait for an email before jumping to conclusions.

      2. Well as long as the Dalai Lama and other Tibetians are not happy, then it has to be considered an invasion only !
        The Native Americans (East Asian migrants who crossed into America long ago) were colonized in return for Asian invaders such as Attila, Genghis, Timur, Ottomans & Arab Jihad invading & colonizing Europe in the past. And the Arabs who invaded & occupied North Africa can vacate Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria & Egypt & return back to Saudi Arabia. History is not just 200 years old, it goes back even further. And there is NO effect without a cause.

        Same theory apply to NE India.
        Also if your theory is universal, India can break up into thousand of pieces since it is conqurered by British. Not only NE India, but Kashmir, Andamans, Dravidian land..etc
        Also not even Lincoln will grant independence to the South.
        And HH Dalai Lama does not want independence FYI. The reason why China and him cannot reach a deal is
        1) Dalai want power not only in Tibet but in Qinghai Tibet land, Sichuan Tibet land.
        2) He wanted some power sharing while China agree only to make him a figure head.
        I see the first part a big obstacle, because Dalai has no rule in land outside Tibet even during his reign. Today, Chinese leader Chairman Xi is a Buddhist. I think if Dalai agree only to privileges in Tibet alone, China would allow him some power.
        Below, Dalai do not want independence.

      3. Mr. Kratos, though it is not approriate for me to interrupt , I found your view ironic . “As long as the Tibetans are not happy, then it has to be called an invasion” , well, all of us can recall invasion of sikkim and the people from sikkim were not happy. Was it called an invasion? No, because India did it and when China does it during its unification it’s an invasion (Tibet was hardly recognised as a state then )

  3. I’m a Pakistani of Kashmiri descent, my ancestors were from the Indian occupied part of Kashmir and they migrated to Pakistan.
    I’ve met many Kashmiris and the vast majority of them want to be a part of Pakistan, I personally would like that because Kashmir is landlocked and surrounded by countries like China and India, those countries wouldn’t let Kashmir prosper like Switzerland.
    A lot of Kashmiris live in Pakistan, in fact Kashmiris dominate Pakistan business and politics, the current Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is a first generation Pakistani from Kashmir.
    Many direct descendants of Kashmiri pundits that are now Muslim, live in Pakistan, if you find out about somebody with the surnames Butt,Mir,Dar,Malik,Lone or Khwajja, it means they descend from Kashmiri Brahmins.
    India has no right to claim Kashmir, there is more popular support for Pakistan than there is for India.

  4. And China has certain level of cooperation with Tibetan and Dalai group that many people is not aware. Sikhim is Tibetan and India invented a race of “Bhutia, “Lepcha”…etc for Sikhim to create division between Tibetan race”. Below is how China attempt to save Sikhim from be eaten up by India. China failed, because India pull Britzkrieg too fast. The reason of India fast invasion is because India controlled Sikhim’s army. Today Bhutan’s army is still heavily staff by India’s officers in company level.
    The last Prime Minister of the Himalayan Kingdom of Sikkim, Kazi Lhendup Dorji, met an ignominious Death.
    On the northern corner of West Bengal state of India, there is a hill station – Kalimpong, which once hosted celebrities from all over the world. The hill town, where most of the settlers are of Nepali origin, no longer retains its old charm. But until a few weeks ago the last prime minister of a country – that has lost its independence – used to live here. Kazi Lhendup Dorji, who died on 28 July this year [2007] at the ripe old age of 103, had played a pivotal role in the merger of Sikkim into India.
    Dorji is seen as a ‘traitor’ in the contemporary history. He lived, and died, with the same ignominy. “Everybody accuses me of selling the country. Even if it is true, should I alone be blamed?” he asked me, when I met him in Kalimpong in November 1996. But the allegation of ‘betrayal’ towards one’s own motherland was so powerful that Dorji could no more lead an active political life. He spent his solitary life at the ‘Chakung House’ in Kalimpong for several decades. Few people chose to remember Kazi when he passed away nor took pain to recall his life and times.
    So much so that the Kazi was ignored even by Delhi. “I went out of my way to ensure the merger of Sikkim into India but after the work was done, the Indians just ignored me”, Kazi told me during an interview for Jana Astha weekly, nearly 11 years ago. “Earlier, I used to be given a ‘Red Carpet’ welcome. Now I have to wait for weeks even to meet second grade leaders.”
    When I visited Kalimpong for the second time in 2000, Lhendup’s anger towards Delhi had reached new heights. At one time, he was received warmly by Indian leaders including Jawaharlal Nehru and Mrs Indira Gandhi. But later he became a political actor whose utility had been finished and thrown away into the dustbin.
    The Origin of Crisis
    After India got independence in 1947, the Sikkim State Congress, which was established as per the advice of Nehru, launched anti-King movement. Sikkim managed to overcome the crisis then but after Indira Gandhi became Prime Minister of India, the tiny Himalayan kingdom found itself in a crisis from which it could never escape. The anti-King movement, launched by the Sikkim National Congress (SNC) under the leadership of Lhendup Dorji in 1973, led to the demise of a sovereign nation.
    India openly supported the movement against King (Chogyal) Palden Thondup Namgyal. The then ADC to the King, Captain Sonam Yongda, claimed that soldiers of Indian Army in civil dress used to take part in the protests. Some of the protesters were brought from Darjeeling and the surrounding areas. The number of Sikkimese who took part in the protest was quite small. But that was enough.
    Lhendup’s protest movement depended mainly on Indian financial assistance. The money was made available through Intelligence Bureau (IB). “The people from IB used to visit me twice or thrice a year. An IB agent, Tejpal Sen, used to handover money to me personally”, Dorji had told me in a recorded interview.
    In fact, the main actor behind the ‘Mission Sikkim’ was India’s external intelligence agency, RAW (Research and Analysis Wing). Set up in 1968, RAW was able to disintegrate Pakistan (and form Bangladesh) within three years. The annexation of Sikkim was their other ‘historic’ success. The strategists of RAW didn’t want to repeat a Bhutan in Sikkim. Bhutan managed to acquire the membership of the United Nations in 1968. So, they launched a movement under the leadership of Lhendup, which is described at great length by Ashok Raina in his book Inside RAW: The Story of India’s Secret Service.
    Raina writes that New Delhi had taken the decision to annex Sikkim in 1971, and that the RAW used the next two years to create the right conditions within Sikkim to make that happen. The key here was to use the predominantly-Hindu Sikkimese of Nepali origin who complained of discrimination from the Buddhist king and the elite to rise up. “What we felt then was that the Chogyal was unjust to us”, said CD Rai, editor of Gangtok Times and ex-minister. “We thought it may be better to be Indian than to be oppressed by the king.”
    Lhendup – who belonged to the Kazi family – had a historic enmity with Sikkim’s ruling Chogyals. He said he wanted to pressurise the King through public protests but lamented that the King never came forward for reconciliation.
    Under pressure from Delhi, the Sikkimese King was forced to hold tripartite talks with SNC and India. The talks not only curtailed royal powers, it also turned Sikkim into an Indian ‘protectorate’. In the elections held in 1974, Lhendup’s SNC got overwhelming majority in the parliament. The government and the king saw each other as enemies. Ultimately, the cabinet meeting, on 27th March 1975, decided to abolish monarchy. The Sikkimese parliament endorsed it and decided to hold a referendum on the future of monarchy. Four days later, the outcome of the poll in 57 stations across the country was: ‘Abolition of the monarchy’.
    In an interview, then Agriculture Minister of Sikkim KC Pradhan recalled that the referendum was nothing but a charade. “Indian soldiers rigged the polls by pointing rifles at the hapless voters”, he said. Immediately after the referendum, Kazi Lhendup moved a motion in the parliament proposing that Sikkim be annexed to India. The 32-member parliament, which had 31 members from Lhendup’s SNC – passed the motion without a blink. Needless to say that the entire episode was being orchestrated by India. The then Indian envoy to Sikkim (known as ‘political officer’) BS Das wrote in his book The Sikkim Saga, “Sikkim’s merger was necessary for Indian national interest. And we worked to that end. Maybe if the Chogyal had been smarter, and played his cards better, it wouldn’t have turned out the way it did.”
    But Chogyal didn’t play his cards well. When Sikkim was undergoing turmoil, the Chogyal visited Kathmandu in 1974 to attend the coronation ceremony of King Birendra. According to insiders, King Birendra, Chinese deputy premier Chen Li Yan and Pakistan’s envoy advised Chogyal not to return to Sikkim. “They narrated a ‘master plan’ to save Sikkim from Indian hands but the King didn’t accept”, said Captain Yongda. “It was because the King couldn’t think even in his dreams that India could use force to annex Sikkim.”
    A “Double Game”
    In fact, India was playing a “double game”. On one hand, it was supporting Lhendup in whatever way possible against the King. On the other hand, it was assuring the king that monarchy would survive in Sikkim. The Chogyal was also an honorary Major General of the Indian Army. He never thought that his ‘own army’ would act against him. It was only an illusion.
    The Chogyal of Sikkim was in his palace on the morning of 6 April 1975 when the roar of army trucks climbing the steep streets of Gangtok brought him running to the window. There were Indian soldiers everywhere, they had surrounded the palace, and short rapid bursts of machine gun fire could be heard. Basanta Kumar Chhetri, a 19-year-old guard at the palace’s main gate, was struck by a bullet and killed – the first casualty of the takeover. The 5,000-strong Indian force didn’t take more than 30 minutes to subdue the palace guards who numbered only 243. By 12:45 pm it was all over, Sikkim ceased to exist as an independent kingdom.
    The Chogyal also lost the second opportunity. The Sikkim Guards had the capacity to stop the Indian Army for two hours. If the Chogyal had informed Beijing and Islamabad about the Indian invasion from the transmitter set up at his palace, both the countries had assured him – during the Kathmandu meeting – that they would instruct their security forces to open fire along the borders with India. Chinese army could even travel to Gangtok to rescue the Chogyal.
    Captured palace guards, hands raised high, were packed into trucks and taken away, singing: “Dela sil, li gi, gang changka chibso” (May my country keep blooming like a flower). But by then, the Indian tri-colour had replaced the Sikkimese flag at the palace where the 12th king of the Namgyal dynasty was held prisoner. “The Chogyal was a great believer in India. He had huge respect for Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru. Not in his wildest dreams did he think India would ever gobble up his kingdom”, recalls Captain Sonam Yongda, the Chogyal’s aide-de-camp. Nehru himself had told journalist Kuldip Nayar in 1960: “Taking a small country like Sikkim by force would be like shooting a fly with a rifle.” Ironically it was Nehru’s daughter Indira Gandhi who cited ‘national interest’ to make Sikkim the 22nd state of the Indian union.
    During a meeting, former Chief Minister of Sikkim BB Gurung told me that the King and Lhendup were just fighting a proxy war. “The real battle was between an American and a Belgian lady.” If that was true, the real victor was the third lady – Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
    Two foreign Ladies
    Chogyal Palden met the 24-year-old New Yorker, Hope Cooke, in Darjeeling in 1963 and married her. For Cooke, this was a dream come true: to become the queen of an independent kingdom in Shangri-la. She started taking the message of Sikkimese independence to the youth, and the allegations started flying thick and fast that she was a CIA agent. These were the coldest years of the Cold War, and there was a tendency in India to see a ‘foreign hand’ behind everything so it was not unusual for the American queen to be labelled a CIA agent. However, as Hope Cooke’s relations with Delhi deteriorated, so did her marriage with the Chogyal. In 1973, she took her two children and went back to New York. She hasn’t returned to Sikkim since.
    Then there was Elisa-Maria, daughter of a Belgian father and German mother who left her Scottish husband in Burma and married Kazi Lhendup Dorji in Delhi in 1957. The two couldn’t have been more different. Elisa-Maria wanted to be Sikkim’s First Lady, but Hope Cooke stood in the way. “She didn’t just want to be the wife of an Indian chief minister; she wanted to be the wife of the prime minister of an independent Sikkim.” With that kind of an ambition, it was not surprising that with annexation, neither Hope Cooke nor Elisa-Maria got what they wanted.
    Meanwhile, in New Delhi Indira Gandhi was going from strength to strength, and India was flexing its muscles. The 1971 Bangladesh war and the atomic test in 1974 gave Delhi the confidence to take care of Sikkim once and for all. Indira Gandhi was concerned that Sikkim may show independent tendencies and become a UN member like Bhutan did in 1971, and she also didn’t take kindly to the three Himalayan kingdoms, Bhutan, Sikkim and Nepal, getting too cosy with each other.
    When the Indian troops moved in there was general jubilation on the streets of Gangtok. It was in fact in faraway Kathmandu that there were reverberations. Beijing expressed grave concern. But in the absence of popular protests against the Indian move, there was only muted reaction at the United Nations in New York. It was only later that there were contrary opinions within India – (Former Indian Prime Minister) Morarji Desai said in 1978 that the merger was a mistake. Even Sikkimese political leaders who fought for the merger said it was a blunder and worked to roll it back.* But by then, it was already too late.
    Lhendup Dorji became the first chief minister of the Indian state of Sikkim and retained the post until 1979. The Indian government conferred on him ‘Padma Bhusan’ in 2002 and he was also awarded the ‘Sikkim Ratna’ by the state government in 2004.
    Despite such ‘rewards’, Lhendup and his wife Elisa spent their last years in Kalimpong repenting their past deeds. After the death of his wife in 1990, Lhendup was forced to lead a solitary life. He neither had any children nor relatives to take care of him. He cut himself off from his own people to avoid their wrath and hatred.
    In the elections held in 1979, Lhendup’s SNC failed to bag even a single seat in the Sikkim’s legislature. This effectively brought to an end to his political career. At one time, when he had gone to file his nomination, his name was missing from the electoral roll. In his resolve to dethrone the Chogyal dynasty that had 400-year-old history in Sikkim, Lhendup ended up delivering his motherland into the lap of India. In return, all he got was a life haunted from the shadow of the past and an ignominious death.

    1. geez, East Asia is better, I as a white can get it, Creaders think that the white man is ally of India just because both are caucasians… in western eyes, India with all of its faults, is a better democracy than China, is the alliance of democracies, Japan is also part of it, also maybe the West is aware that India has less potential than China to take its place, so they support the big weak country

      1. We’re ok with socialism Robert, we just don’t care for Communism. Big difference. Socialism is a customizable solution that addresses the excesses of Capitalism and class imbalance. Communism represents the point of no return.

  5. Eu sao Goes. I’m a Goan Catholic and I can attest to everything that has been said. What happened in 1961 has been described as a cultural genocide. India has tried brainwashing generations of Goans since ’61 into accepting the Indian occupation as the right thing.
    We have long been accepted as a province of Portugal and were happy to be a part of the lusophone world. Portugal still loves us enough to give us citizenship because they know how evil India is and what the fate of Christians are in this horrible land.
    I urge upright, honest folk everywhere to take a stand against Hindu India and bring them to task over their persecution of Christians and other minorities in India. Use google or youtube to research the anti-Christian persecution that is happening right now in India.
    Hindutva trolls surf the Internet regularly, with the aim of posing as White Europeans or other nationalities – always speaking in favour of right-wing Hinduism.
    I have memories of right-wing Hindutva groups threatening Catholic priests in order to force our communities to increase allowances of Hindu students in OUR schools. Why? So they can gain from European standards of English and education.
    I have memories of Hindus telling Catholics to leave the country because India is a ‘hindu’ nation. Do they really expect Christians and other minorities to embrace India and be proud of the nation after this?
    Thank you Robert for standing up and speaking out against this menace. May God bless you for you do his work.

    1. A Christian worm who hates Hindus for a living, crying at white man’s door will not help you bevde, just play your guitar so that some Hindus can throw some coins to you and you can buy your daily drink. People like you are cowards who act friendly towards Hindus in front of them but are in reality green snakes in grass, I am so happy India invaded Goa and smashed your plan to make Gomantaka Kahetra dirty with your religion and your portugal is a beggar country now with no money for it;s white people no way they will accept you as their citizens. Serves you right filthy worm!

      1. Lol. I knew some hindutva troll would be unable to resist this. Tell me my noble aryan friend, how did you find Robert’s website?
        – What were you searching for when you found it?
        – How does it feel to know that people of ever race and religion hate hindus?
        – Does it come as a shock?
        – Have you ever asked yourself – why are hindus hated everywhere they go? Is it really a case of simple racism?
        – Why are indians ashamed of being Indian? Why can’t India inspire trust and love in its citizens?
        – Why do hindus believe they are superior? Don’t all such cases of feigned superiority come from an inherent inferiority complex?
        – Why are you still reading this? Are you so easily hurt by an internet statement, or is it the truth that hurts? 🙂
        As for crying at the white man’s door, go look up immigration and you’ll see lines of patriotic hindus knocking at their doors, begging to be let in so they can live half-decent lives. Something that could never be possible in your glorious, ancient hindutva-land. I hope China invades and I hope Pakistan nukes. India deserves no mercy.

        1. @Ichigo: This video, while incredibly racist, is clearly a joke.
          Does anything the right-wing hindutvadis say in self-defence justify this:

          India has grown extremely intolerant and hinduism has grown weirdly fascist. Please read up about what has been happening against Christians in India. Wake up and smell the burning churches!
          The charge of forced conversions of Hindus is being used by right-wing Hindutvadis (who get much of their funding from Hindus in the US – research this) to attack Christianity and Western traditions.
          In one instance, they dug up the body of a recently buried Christian and desecrated it ! They asked the family to bury the body in Rome. Who the fuck does something like that ???? How can anyone justify this ????
          Are not the Hindus allowed to practice and preach their ‘religion’ in the West freely?
          God Bless you Robert! You’re helping bring the truth out to a skeptical world.

        1. CHrisitans deserve punishment, they killd 20000 hindus in north east. You cant expect people to keep quite everytime. Else we have to be in museum like red indians

    2. “I have memories of right-wing Hindutva groups threatening Catholic priests in order to force our communities to increase allowances of Hindu students in OUR schools. Why? So they can gain from European standards of English and education.”
      Whats wrong with that? Hindus are only trying to save you cocksucking catholic bastards from the evils of christianity. Duh!

      1. Hindus were trying to save the poor innocent Catholic boys from getting fucked by Catholic priests! Unless you catholic boys were enjoying it in the first place
        Then yeah…those evil Hindus spoiled your fun. Too bad!

  6. There is fundamental differences between China Tibet issue and India’s aggression against neighbors. First there is a understanding among world leaders that after 1945, all territorial annexation are undesirable and illegal.
    However to prevent breakup of unity states, the world elite construct a framework that all states will get to keep any land annexation before 1945. After 1945, it would be undesirable.
    On this basis, USA got to keep its land instead of splitting it up to the native American. India is never a unitary states. She got its land from British. But India got to keep it. China got to keep all its land inherited from Qing dynasty. Else, India will get to fragment to thousand of states.
    During India’s independence from UK, all princely states are given choices, to acede to India, Pakistan or go Independence.
    Manipur, Sikkim, Hyderabad chose Independence.
    Diu, Daman, Goa, Dadra, Nagar Haveli are Portuguese enclaves. India has no right to take it, if portugal did not agree. This is not unlike Hong Kong and Macau. Even Mao is able to annex Hong Kong and Macau, Mao choose to abide international framework.
    India has no such constrains. To all these states, hell to you, you are going to be invaded.
    And to Kashmir problem, India promised a plebiscite on UN arbitration to determine Kashmir accession outcome. Then Nehru was buying time. When everything settle down and India’s rule consolidated, Nehru told Kashmiri, “you are fucked”. Immediately a whole lot of insurgency emerge.
    Same as Indian North East, especially in Manipur. India hijack its king and who is a constituency monarch, and force him to sign accession, by-passing the parliament. This is illegal. The Manipur Monarch was placed into arrest.
    The monarch signed under threat, and immediately Manipur become an insurgence hellhole.
    After that India attack China under the guidance of Nehru’s “Forward Policy”. They got defeated in 1962. This is the most fortunate event for mankind. If not, India will give even more shit to neighbors.
    No other states is so Nazi like India since WW2. India is a threat to humanity.

    1. Creaders, what the fuck are you talking about? India got its land from the British? Those whites so called mother fucking anglo saxon red necked bastards took the land from Indians. So Indains took it back from those concubines of which Churchill was one. If you dont know history,shut up. China today is laying claim on spartlays island and also Taiwan. Taiwanese, Don’t want to be a part of China. If this isnot agression in the lart of China what the fuck is it? Is it Charity? Chairman Mao just like Stalin killed so many of his own people. In india that does not happen. So cock up and if cannot go anc ommit suicide. Why are you even alive?

      1. Submarine man, Taiwan has been a part of the Ching Imperial Dynasty. The people on the island are mainly from the mainland escaping from the communist mainland in 1949. And some were there way before the Chinese civil war. The language, customs, culture, facial features and genetics are all Chinese. You wont find any difference between people on the mainland and the island of Taiwan. Taiwan has always been part of the Chinese nation. The Chinese civil war is still unfinished business. So what Chinese aggression are you talking about. Why are you griping about the internal affairs of the Chinese?
        The claim on the Paracels and Spratley Islands dated long ago before the rest of the ASEAN came into existence. After WW2 the American assisted the ROC to recover the Spratley Islands from the Japanese occupation. Is it aggression when the Chinese start to re-exert their long standing claim? The Arbitral Tribunal could have done a better job in arriving at an equitable solution. Instead it discredited itself by ruling that Taiping Island is a rock when common sense dictates that Taiping Island is an island. Political expediency? No wonder there is hardly any credibility.
        It is undeniable that under Mao millions of Chinese suffered starvation and death. It was so unfortunate. After the millions that were killed during the partition of British India into India and Pakistan, things in India could have been better in India. Now what we are witnessing in India are millions of Indians suffering extreme deprivation :- hunger, no clean water, no sanitation, no power supply and extreme pollution slowly killing millions.

  7. Chechnya is not independent duck fuclk fuck it has been part of Russia for a very long time. CJECHNYA ATTACKED INGUSHETIA AND RSSIA IN THE NINETIES

  8. Hi Robert
    Today Silicon valley is being taken over by Indians even the whole world complain that they wrote crap program. I think deeply why such thing happen.
    The problem is much deeper than India USA ally. Many USA companies senior managers fire all their white man and ship in Indians from villages without USA government pointing a gun at them.
    This is a power struggle between 2 occupation, a fight between the geek and MBAs.
    The MBAs would like to flood the whole job market with geeks to lower their standings. From my experience dealing with MBA, the most important objectives of these people is self preservation. They have no qualms in bleeding a company to bankruptcy so long they are in charge.
    The geeks are simpler. The true geek like to get the job done in the shortest path, and heck care about office politics.
    When geeks meet MBAs, explosion.
    Geeks have flat hierarchy. Geeks listen to facts and make decision. MBA will try to create hierarchy and make people respect them. Geeks and MBA fight.
    So for the MBA type to survive, they need to flood the market with as many geek as possible, lowering their prestige. That also make job scares, wages low. They try bring all these pressure to make geek stooge.
    Also there is the capitalist type of geek, that look for cheap labor.
    So Indian influx to califonia may be inavoidable. Their salary will be higher than most locals. In the long run, many whites will be despise by them.

  9. Actually when India invaded another countries, they never said I just want your land. They are more glib than that. Using Sikkim as example, most explanation given by Indians on how Sikkim became part of India is because the Sikkimese voted to join the Indian union and that the Sikkimese are grateful because India give them democracy. Or some variations along that line. In reality the Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) worked for years to annex Sikkim culminating in the 1975 take over. This is called Indian sophistry. And it is well-known.
    Here are three links on the annexation of Sikkim for readers who are interested.

  10. Really? Is this an example of how Hindus are better than Russians:
    Readers: Please research online and prepare to be disturbed and enlightened about what Hinduism is upto back home in India 🙂 These are the people you’re letting into your country.
    Interestingly enough, right-wing Hindutvadi groups are funded almost entirely by Hindus living in the West, particularly the United States. Research.

  11. It may happen everywhere, but last I checked, this post is about India’s actions.
    Would you be so kind as to comment on this particular attack? You will notice in the middle of the clip, policemen in khaki uniform enter a church and beat people.
    What does that tell you about India’s fine democracy?

  12. Last I checked, this post was about India’s imperialistic actions. It may happen everywhere, but the focus for this particular page is India.
    In the middle of the clip, you will notice POLICEMEN in uniform break a church’s windows, enter it and beat people mercilessly within.
    What does that tell you about India’s fine democracy?
    Would you be so kind as to comment on this video showing attacks on Indian Christians by Hindus???

  13. Just for the record, the Goans were and continue to remain unhappy about India’s occupation of their land.
    If India’s ‘liberation’ was in any way legal, then so was what Hitler did to the Jews and Pol Pot to his countrymen.
    The following are a list of people who seriously have a problem with Hindus and their oppressive regime:
    1) North-Eastern peoples: Who want’s to be known as a ‘chinky’? Who want’s their women raped and stereotyped as loose? Why should these people love India? They rightfully deserve independence or deserve to be merged with China. What good are the Hindus doing them?
    2) Sikhs: It’s a well-known fact that Nehru promised these people freedom from India. Just like he did for Goa. He lied – a common Hindu ‘strategy’. Since independence, the Sikhs have been murdered and killed and forced to serve the Hindus. Research the 1984 anti-Sikh riots instigated by Hindus to get a glimpse of what this is about. They continue to fight for their freedom. Research – The Khalistan Movement.
    3) Kashmir: Every Indian knows that Kashmir doesn’t belong to India. Typical Indian strategy – create a religious problem where there isn’t one, then say Hindus are being oppressed – then walk in and destroy the indigenous peoples while encouraging native Hindus from India to settle there. The same strategy was used in Goa.
    4) Lower Caste Hindus: Interestingly enough, the group with the biggest issues against Hindus are their own lower castes. Many are now converting to Christianity (this pisses of the upper castes who won’t give them a fighting chance at a decent life but want them to remain lower caste slaves) or even Islam (Maybe this is a better option for them?) Research ‘Lower Caste Oppression’
    5) Groups of organized militia throughout central, eastern and western India known as the Naxalites: These people are disgruntled villagers of every religion who have decided to throw off the shackles of a nation that does nothing for them and fight for their own independence. They are communist and often resort to Violence. A few weeks ago over 100 (!!!!) policemen were killed by them. Research the ‘Naxalite movement’.
    6) South Indian Tamils: For decades, these people have been fighting for independence from India. They rightly claim that India has forced cultural attitudes, an official north Indian language, etc. while doing little to educate or help the people. Interestingly enough, it is the Catholic Church that has and continues to play an influential role in educating the poor here, caring for the sick, dying and homeless and helping people in general live decent lives. The Christians are hated for this.
    Research the ‘Tamil eelam’ movement.
    7) Muslims: India is 14% Muslim as per the latest government records. Every 5-10 years since independence, Hindus have organized (with the support of the government) genocides against different pockets of Muslims. Hindus do not let Muslims settle in their areas and cut off supplies of water, food, medical supplies, etc. to ghettos where Muslims live. Naturally, an entire generation of Muslim youth are now awakening to a world where everyone hates them and in some parts (research Gujarat Muslim Genocide 2002) EVERY MUSLIM FAMILY has lost at least one family member. How would you feel if this happened to you?
    8) Christians: Last, and certainly the least since they’re the smallest and most helpless minority, the Hindus have now begun attacking us – the Christians. They allege forced conversion of Hindus – a laughable allegation. Christians have had to face genocides in Orissa in 2008 and Karnataka, Goa and Madhya Pradesh more recently. Interestingly, each of these states were run by the Hindutva fascist BJP government which directly advocates the killing of minorities and the imperialist expansion of India’s territory. Research ‘Hindus killing Christians’.
    Hindus – Do you still wonder why India is such a F*****G mess?
    Readers – Don’t fool yourself – Hinduism will spread in your country and then attack you using the freedom and liberties you’ve bestowed upon them. Do no underestimate the hate of the Hindu. You will be sorry that you did.

    1. Christians need to be beaten. they are arseholes wherever they are. They work against the local population. They are like a disease of a nation A Virus. So the locals need to kill them

    Only later did I realize how great the strain was. Menon was already hatching plans to seize the 1394-square-mile Portuguese enclave of Goa, on the west coast of India. I have authentic information that Menon and Lieutenant General B. M. Kaul, the chief of the general staff, planned to send a party of Indian border police into Goa, some of whom would allow themselves to be captured by the Portuguese.
    The rest were to fall back and give the alarm. Under the pretext of rescuing the captured border guards, a small Indian force would move in and engage the Portuguese. The main body of Indian troops would then quickly overrun Goa, which is about the size of Rhode Island. In late November 1961 Nehru got wind of the scheme and summoned Menon and the senior military chiefs. He rebuked them for plotting direct action against Goa without his permission. Menon persisted. With the help of hand-picked lieutenants like G. K. Handoo, a top security officer, he stepped up subversion against the Portuguese in Goa. The Indian border police under Handoo’s direction recruited, trained, and equipped saboteurs, who were slipped across the border into Goa. Fabricated stories about Portuguese “border provocations” were fed to the Indian press.
    On December 7, 1961, Menon lent the weight of his official position to the concoctions. He told the Lok Sabha: “Reports Have been pouring in for the last two weeks of intensified firing activity, oppression and terrorism in Goa and of heavy reinforcements of Portuguese armed forces…. There was a report of 2,500 troops having been deployed along the Goa border… also a report of a fleet of two Portuguese frigates standing guard…. 3,000 more troops from African and other places have also arrived…. It was also reported that dawn-to-dusk curfew had been imposed and that anyone coming after the curfew hours would be shot at sight…. Another report said that in Daman over 1,000 Portuguese soldiers had landed…. The Portuguese armed forces are thus poised near the border at various points to overawe and intimidate both the residents of Goa and those living in the border villages on the Indian side. Hit-and-run raids across the border already seem to have started. A raid in a village near Savantvadi was reported two days ago.”
    There was indeed a military build-up under way, but it was on the Indian, not the Portuguese, side. Rail traffic throughout northern and western India had been disrupted to move the elite 50th Paratroop Brigade and the 17th Infantry Division to jumping-off positions near the Goa border. Elements of the First Armored Division were also deployed. In full view of the Goan coast, India had assembled a task force compose of the newly acquired aircraft carrier Vikrant, two cruisers, a destroyer flotilla, at least two antisubmarine frigates, two antiaircraft frigates, and supporting craft. Canberra jet bombers and Gnat and Vampire fighters had been concentrated at Belgaum to support the ground and naval units.
    Contrary to what Menon had said, no Portuguese reinforcements ever reached the 3,500-man garrison in Goa and the two smaller enclaves in India. Against India’s heavy Centurion tanks, the Portuguese could muster only a handful of 1942- vintage armored reconnaissance cars. They had no air force whatever. Their only warship was the seventeen-year-old sloop Afonso de Albuquerque, which went into action against the entire Indian armada. I know these facts firsthand because I spent ten days covering every part of Goa before the Indians invaded, and I was there during the take-over. My own observation leads me to credit the estimate by foreign military attaches that India enjoyed at least a ten-to-one numerical superiority over the hopelessly ill-equipped and outmanned Portuguese defenders. The invasion of Goa actually began more than twenty-four hours before India announced early on December 18, 1961, that its troops had been ordered to move in. On Sunday morning, December 17, several other Western correspondents and I ran into bearded Indian troops dug in at least a quarter of a mile inside Goan territory. They had taken over the Sinquervale frontier post, abandoned three days before by the Portuguese, who feared that its exposed position would give the Indians an opportunity to provoke a shooting incident.
    The Indians needed no pretext. The other correspondents and I alighted from our taxi to walk several hundred yards to what we expected would be a Portuguese frontier post. There was an ominous silence until we heard a voice shouting to us in Hindi to stop. A turbaned Sikh trained his machine gun on us. We explained that we were British and American newsmen and asked to see the officer in charge. We were then taken into custody and held at the post for an hour, until an Indian Army captain in paratroop uniform arrived on the scene. He questioned us about the condition of the roads in Goa, then told us to return to Pangim, Goa’s capital, in the taxi we had brought. As we left, he said matter-of-factly: “It’s all right your coming here in daylight. But tonight or, rather, at night we couldn’t guarantee your safety.” That night the push was on.
    Soon after the invasion began, Menon called a news conference in New Delhi. He was in a jaunty mood. India, he explained, had been “forced” to send troops into Goa to protect the civil population against the breakdown of law and order and the collapse of the “colonial regime.” I know from my own observation that there was no breakdown of law and order and no collapse of the regime in Pangim or any of the many other places I saw in Goa. I had twice visited the central prison in Pangim, and found it occupied by only eleven bored inmates, seven of them political prisoners. There had not been a single case of arson, looting, or terrorism in Pangim in the ten days before the Indians invaded. There was no curfew there or anywhere else in Goa. Where isolated acts of terrorism or sabotage had taken place, it was established that most of them were committed by infiltrators trained and equipped by Handoo’s Indian border police. Menon had talked about the people of Goa being “shot down, repressed, and massacred.” He had said that the Goans must achieve their own liberation. But the striking thing about Goa on the eve of the Indian take-over was its tranquility. There was no popular resistance movement worthy of the name. Portugal was not particularly popular, but neither was India except among a section of Goan Hindus (mostly lawyers, teachers, and other middle-class professionals), who hoped their status would improve under Indian rule. They are already showing signs of disappointment.
    Many of Goa’s 228,000 Christians (out of a total population of 640,000) might have preferred to maintain some link with Portugal as insurance against being swamped by the fast-growing Hindu majority. My own feeling is that a majority of politically conscious Goans would have elected for autonomy or actual independence if they had been given the choice. Ten days before Indian troops had moved onto Goan soil, Menon told the lower house of Parliament, “The position of the government is that there is no question of our going and liberating Goa. The question is that we shall not leave our places undefended….” He termed Indian troop movements “precautionary,” and said flatly, “There is no question of suddenly hitting or attacking; Government… is not thinking of any operations.”
    A few years before, Menon had publicly affirmed, “I say categorically that India will not take one step that involves the use of force to alter a situation, even if the legal right is on her side.” Nehru had been even more specific. Speaking of Goa in Parliament on September 17, 1955, he said, “We rule out non-peaceful methods completely.” Even a police action, he said, would lay Indians open to the charge of being “deceitful hypocrites.” He insisted that reliance on peaceful methods to bring Goa into India “is not only a sound policy, but the only possible policy.”
    Such is India’s record on Goa. It has earned Menon the epithet of the “Goa constrictor.” I have never been able to understand why the resort to force to seize Goa surprised so many people in America and Britain. Nehru champions many Gandhian ideals, but pure nonviolence is not one of them. He has used violence before in Kashmir and against the princely state of Hyderabad in 1948. He is still using it against the Naga rebels fighting for their independence in extreme eastern India. During the first fifteen years of independence, Indian police have fired on Indian crowds at least as frequently as the British used force during the last fifteen years of their rule. For his part, Menon has never even paid lip service to Gandhianism. He calls it “good merchandise” but boasts that he does not need it. For me, the most significant thing about the Goa operation is the light it sheds on Menon’s power at that time to manipulate Nehru and the rest of the Indian government for his own ends. To what extent Nehru believed Menon’s fraudulent version of events leading up to the take-over is difficult to say at this stage. The Prime Minister was under heavy pressure from the Army and public opinion on the eve of the 1962 elections to demonstrate that he could deal firmly with foreign intruders. No action being possible (in Nehru’s judgment) against the Chinese, he may have felt compelled to move on Goa. I have never accepted the notion that Goa was primarily designed to enhance Menon’s electoral prospects in North Bombay. Menon was convinced he could win without Goa because he had Nehru and the Congress machine working for him.
    The North Bombay campaign in the fall and winter of 1961-1962 was the most bitterly contested and lavishly financed election in Indian history. It aroused strong passions in India and abroad. Its outcome, although never really in doubt, was thought likely to affect the future of India and Asia for many years to come. North Bombay is what is known in India as a “prestige constituency.” Its 762,775 eligible voters, living in an area of 254 square miles, include many Bombay cinema artists, writers, and professional people. But the majority is composed of illiterate slum dwellers, poor artisans, petty traders, and manual laborers. Tiny stall shops and thatch huts sprawl over the tidal marsh land of North Bombay. The constituency has been solidly Congress for many years. In 1957 Menon was elected from there without difficulty, although the local tide was running against the Congress party at the time.
    When Menon sought renomination from North Bombay in 1961, he met surprising opposition. The District Congress Committee voted by a narrow margin to choose an old school party stalwart over Menon. Nehru was furious and demanded that Menon run from North Bombay. Local party leaders finally bowed to the Prime Minister, but twenty-six members of the Congress party youth organization resigned and declared in a statement, “We are convinced Menon is pro-Communist and the future of the country is not safe in his hands as India’s defense minister and spokesman of our foreign policy…. We feel it is our bounden duty to see that he is defeated.” Nehru later told 200,000 people in Bombay that the defectors could “go to hell.” At the end of his speech, he turned to Menon, sitting behind him, to ask, “Is that all you wanted me to say?”
    Menon was opposed by the perennial maverick of Indian politics, seventy-four-year-old Jiwatram Bhagwandas Kripalani, who carries the honorific title of Acharya (teacher) and once served as president of the Congress Party. He resigned from the Congress in 1951 in a dispute with Nehru, formed his own party, and finally became an independent. In North Bombay he was backed by an unlikely coalition of the Praja Socialist Party, the traditionalist Hindu Jan Sangh, and the Right Wing conservative Swatantra Party. As a long-time associate of Gandhi and friend of Nehru, Kripalani was loath to attack Congress or Nehru. He concentrated his fire on Menon, whom he called “the spearhead of the creeping march of Communism in the country and in the Congress.” He insisted that it was dangerous to entrust the defense of the country against Communist China to such a man. This issue, however well chosen, evoked little response among the largely illiterate masses of North Bombay. Kripalani’s own supporters were often at odds. His campaign was badly organized.
    Menon, on the other hand, rode to victory on the well-oiled machines of Congress and the Communists, with a powerful assist from Nehru. Congress and Communist party workers carried on door-to-door campaigning for him in every ward of the constituency. The movie colony, attracted by Menon’s radicalism and flattered by his attentions, was mobilized. A. M. Tariq, a Moslem member of Parliament and former tonga driver from Kashmir, was imported to rally North Bombay’s 80,000 Moslems. Mrs. Violet Alva, a south Indian Christian, who was then deputy home minister, appealed to the 50,000 Christians (mostly Goans). Even Bombay’s powerful bootleggers were told to muster their supporters. But by far the most effective support for Menon came from Nehru. Driving himself at an inhuman pace, Nehru toured India from Kashmir to Kerala defending Menon at every turn. He campaigned in North Bombay a month before the elections and offered to return in the last days, but the Congress party bosses assured him that Menon’s victory was already safe. Nehru’s theme was: “A vote against Menon is a vote against me.” He even threatened to resign if the Defense Minister were defeated.
    While Menon remained silent in the face of charges that he was a crypto-Communist, Nehru heatedly denied them, insisting, “Mr. Menon is a socialist like me. But he is a real socialist and not an armchair socialist.”
    Overexertion during the campaign contributed to the illness that incapacitated Nehru for several weeks in April.

  15. Hey im have a imperialist get together wanna come? I got chips and dip but y’all have to scoop it out my tant if thats cool:)

  16. Hey yo what’s is going on in imperialist land, teach me the way of the Guacamole tant<3 #ChipsAndDip

  17. I always thought India was a coward country…but reading this make India look like an Alpha country… pretty cool!
    I am so impressed with India!
    Way to go India. Time to put napalm in Nepal, the nukes in Pakistan and drown Goa for good!
    I’ll be even more impressed

    1. If India can fuck Nepal, Sikkhim, Goans and Pakistan, then it will send a signal that it can take care of China..
      So for the sake of India’s survival it needs to piss on these cocksuckers and not think twice.
      If India thinks twice about fucking the Goans, the Nepaliese, the Bhutanese and the Muslims bastards of Pakistan, then I have to go with China I am afraid.

      1. Modern christian evangelicals are bastards of the first order.
        They collude with governments of third world countries and infiltrate govt and execute policies favorable to christianity.
        They do this in Uganda when it comes to murdering gays… They do this in India to help in conversion. India’s Christian population is close to 18% but the govt keeps using the silly 2% propaganda.
        In the United states they intrude in government affairs and children’s education..
        They bomb and kill abortion doctors.
        They burn and murder Buddhists in South Korea and Burma.

  18. @Robert Lindsay
    You seem to be taking a lot of interest in india bashing lately.since hating too much leads to seasonal paranoia, i have reported this blog to the admin at wordpress for the greater cause of ur good health.hope u enjoy ur days of idleness after this website is taken off.u r the biggest mistake ur parents made in their lives.

      1. Ignore the sorry loser sir…BANNED HAND!!!……..Report the state of our country instead and see what you can do to better our sorry miserable land…This Blog is immortal…

  19. Hi Robert,
    I’m a Hindu, raised in North America. I find this blog fascinating. I’m not used to people hating on us, but I’m interested in what you have to say.
    First, you may be generalizing more about Indians than is valid. We are a pretty mixed bag. The Hindu chauvinists you mention are like extremists (or assholes) anywhere – they simply get more attention than moderates and normal folk. And I assure you there are countless normal folk among us.
    That said, where there is smoke there is usually fire and, sadly, such is also the case with Indian stereotypes. A lot of traits you dislike about Indians are unfortunately on target. On one hand they make me feel ashamed, yet on the other I find the topic of cultural and racial differences fascinating (albeit un-PC).
    How did these unfavourable traits came to be? Here is my off-the-cuff amateur-shrink hypothesis: Indians grow up hearing of the greatness of ancient Hindu civilization. We also hear of many successful Indians around the world, further reinforcing the perception we are talented and even special. Yet India itself is such a shithole – destitute, unequal, corrupt and polluted. We are the ones immigrating to the West for better opportunities, not the other way round. These contradictions produce a unique dissonance, and a feeling of having to prove something.
    This leads to a bizarre urban mythology, itself fraught with contradictions, that has been further exarcerbated by the internet: That 35% of doctors (or, variously, Microsoft engineers, or NASA scientists) in the US are Indian, that India will soon be able to kick China’s ass, that India is on the way to becoming the world’s number one economy, yadda yadda yadda.
    On balance, I’m glad you are pointing out negative traits that Indians (and India) would benefit from greater awareness of.
    – H

    1. “India will soon be able to kick China’s ass, that India is on the way to becoming the world’s number one economy, yadda yadda yadda.”
      Not gonna happen. India is going sink.. It does not have a republic. its a one family ruling country. And this anti Indian family would make sure India sinks.

  20. “Israel conquered the natives…” – Somewhat true, but the Palestinians aren’t the “natives”, either.
    In regards to the Chechens, they are Muslim,and they aren’t really native. Neither are the Tartars. Nothing wrong with segregation.
    Anyways, aside from the “baww Imperialism is bad” I do like your stances on India. The rest, though, are liberal statements.

    1. The Palestinians are natives. They go back to the Canaanites. In 1864, only 4% of Palestine was Jewish. The rest was Palestinian.
      The Chechens have been there forever.
      The Tatars have been in that area a long time.

  21. Enjoyed it mad man!!! Must say you have a real neat understanding of your own form of history. Keep up this good job. After all we all need a good laugh after our stressful professional lives. My full support to you.

  22. And wow you know so much about India siting in USA. Well in here we have to work to eat. We cannot sustain our lives on state welfare (read state alms). So we are illiterates in History please keep illuminating us.

  23. insightful observation with which i agree. i have studied the kashmir situation which is a violent and illegal occupation by the indian state going against all forms of international laws and referendums. the north east remains a conflict zone till this day. i must also put into this discussion the violent civil war currently raging against indigenous and peasant populations in central and eastern india (currently classified by the government as the “greatest threat to india’s internal security”)
    middle and upper class citizens, mostly english educated from the cities would be expected to be big nationalists. i attribute it to a cleansing of our history of misdeeds from books and popular discourse. in school i was not taught about the millions killed during partition, india’s illegal conquest of kashmir, violent state suppression of naxalite peasant movements or the massive displacement of tribals for mega dam projects. the mainstream media backs this opinion as well, if you want to talk about anything which goes against the state you are dubbed unpatriotic.
    i stumbled across this piece of yours while scourging the internet for the occupation of hyderabad and the telangana movement. thanks for this simple and lucid bit of information.

      1. well, states are power centers, the more powerful they are the more flagrant their violations. the indian state is no exception in that case. but the vast majority of the indian population, the peasants, the indigenous and the tribals are an inspiration for their challenge to the indian state. so i can’t really leave it, but love it

  24. Also many indians though ive met some nice ones that dont have this problem have an inferiority complex. I think this is true with most of the other mixed ethnicities like mulattos,mexicans,dominicans, but indians show this inferiority complex the most.

  25. Oh my goodness! You really hate India, don’t you? Some people complained about it. There are a lot of nice Indian people and I admire them but you’re right about the politics. India is a land grabber and it’s quite hypocritical considering it all happened just after it’s independence.

  26. Very old post (2013) but I must mention one point. The ruler of Sikkim may have wanted to remain independent, but the people of Sikkim were in favor of joining India. Sikkim is also a Hindu majority state, mostly inhabited by Gorkhali Hindus. They voted in favor of India at an unprecedented 90%+. I think it was actually 97% or something in favor of India.

    While, Kashmir was the opposite. The ruler of Kashmir initially wanted to remain independent but when they were attacked by Pakistani forces, they wanted to join India. While the people of Kashmir wanted neither to join India nor Pakistan nor be ruled by the rulers at the time.

  27. Ethiopians think we’re crazy for taking so many Somalis. I work near a mosque and deal with Somalis a lot. In a way they feel separate from all other groups. Whites want the Somalis to integrate and/or bond with them more. The original African-Americans complain that the Somalis are racist against them.

    Somalis just want the financial benefits. I see more Arab women ditching Islamic garb to show off. Somalis aren’t Westernizing at all.

    If NS Germany didn’t conquer/kill anyone, I don’t think they’d be allowed to exist anyway. I wonder if humanity would benefit NS Germany existing in a non-colonizing form. Just keep it at its isolationist root. I’d like to see how they would have evolved. What cures and inventions would they come up with? Would Earth and its animals be treated better? I could see racial views shifting, especially with regard to East Slavs.

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