THIS IS A GOOD ARTICLE ON HINUD NATONALISM: Another prominent Hindu Nationalist party, the Shiv Sena, is aligned with the BJP. Who votes for them? Broadly, Hindus, who make up 80 per cent of the population. Modi and his acolytes knew they were unlikely to get any votes from Muslims, so – despite claims that the party is inclusive – the campaign tended to appeal to a pan-Hindu nationalism. This language of muscular nationalism appealed to the overwhelmingly young, male electorate. However, the BJP was also helped by the fact that there were no real alternatives – Congress fought a lacklustre campaign, and the Aam Admi party is too new to be a major rival. The public was desperate for a change after 12 years of Congress rule that saw multiple corruption scandals, an economic slowdown, and rising food prices. Many voted for Modi on the basis of his economic achievements in Gujarat, rather than his sectarian politics. It should also be noted that Modi’s BJP received 31 per cent of the vote in this month’s elections, making it the largest party but not the choice of the majority.

Another prominent Hindu Nationalist party, the Shiv Sena, is aligned with the BJP.

Who votes for them?

Broadly, Hindus, who make up 80 per cent of the population. Modi and his acolytes knew they were unlikely to get any votes from Muslims, so – despite claims that the party is inclusive – the campaign tended to appeal to a pan-Hindu nationalism. This language of muscular nationalism appealed to the overwhelmingly young, male electorate. However, the BJP was also helped by the fact that there were no real alternatives – Congress fought a lacklustre campaign, and the Aam Admi party is too new to be a major rival.

The public was desperate for a change after 12 years of Congress rule that saw

multiple corruption scandals,

an economic slowdown,

and rising food prices.

 

 

Many voted for Modi

on the basis

of his

economic achievements in Gujarat,

rather than

his sectarian politics.

It should also be noted that Modi’s BJP received 31 per cent of the vote in this month’s elections, making it the largest party but not the choice of the majority.

 

What is Modi’s background in the movement?

Modi started his political career with the RSS in the 1970s, quickly moving up the ranks, before joining the BJP. He is still a member of the organisation. Perhaps most famously, Modi has been implicated in deadly riots that killed between 1000 and 2000 people, mostly Muslims, in Gujarat in 2010, while he was chief minister of the state. Modi’s role has never been decisively clarified, but he certainly gave a series of inflammatory speeches that precipitated the violence, and was slow to act to stop it. He has shown little sympathy for the tens of thousands of people who are still displaced, referring to the camps of Muslims as “baby making factories”. The US denied him a visa because of his role in the violence. He has never apologised. He was re-elected after the riots, and in his second term, focused more on the economic development of Gujarat.

Why are people worried?

The violence in Gujarat was one of the worst instances of inter-communal violence for years. Accordingly, there is anxiety among India’s religious minorities – Muslims make up 14 per cent of the population, with the remaining 6 per cent a mixture of Christians, Zoroastrians, Sikhs, and Jains, among others – about their continued religious freedom and protection from such violence now that Modi is running the country.

There is also anxiety that Modi will not protect free speech. Many of the Hindu nationalist groups with which he is aligned have successfully led attempts to ban books or films which they deem offensive. One example was in April this year, when the HJS successfully stopped performances of a play called Ali J, which focused on communal riots during Partition. Another was in February, when HJS and Shiv Sena threats led to the cancellation of the prestigious Kala Ghoda Festival in Mumbai. Modi has personal form on censorship. His tenure in Gujarat saw economic growth – but it also saw critical journalists silenced with sedition charges.

Are these anxieties warranted?

Nobody knows.

Many of the young people who voted for Modi did not do so because of his alleged role in the anti-Muslim pogroms, but because of his strong economic record in Gujarat

. Of course, the RSS members who campaigned for him did not do so because of his plan for economic growth. They are likely to push for policies such as the building of a temple to the Hindu god Ram on the site of a mosque destroyed in 1992 (this was included as a BJP election pledge); the end of separate legal codes for Muslims and for Muslim-majority Kashmir; and laws against converting Hindus to “non-Indian” religions. Whether Modi decides to implement such potentially inflammatory policies, or whether he decides that a sectarian agenda should take second place to economic growth and domestic stability remains to be seen.

https://newhumanist.org.uk/articles/4663/what-is-hindu-nationalism

Gandhi’s fundamental contribution in the field of religion was to give primacy to Truth and rationality rather than conformity to traditional practices. In fact he made Truth the basis of all morality by declaring: “I reject any religious doctrine that does not appeal to reason and is in conflict with morality”.1 Though a deeply devout Hindu, Gandhi’s basic approach to all religions was ‘sarvadharma samabhav’ (equal respect for all religions). For him all religions had equal status and were different paths to the same goal of achieving union with the Divine. His religion was that “which transcends Hinduism, which changes one’s very nature, binds one indissolubly to the truth within and ever purifies. It is the permanent element in human nature which leaves the soul restless until it has found itself, known its maker and appreciated the true correspondence between the maker and itself.”2 He affirmed “For me different religions are beautiful flowers from the same garden or branches of

Gandhi’s fundamental contribution in the field of religion was to give primacy to Truth and rationality rather than conformity to traditional practices. In fact he made Truth the basis of all morality by declaring: "I reject any religious doctrine that does not appeal to reason and is in conflict with morality".1
Though a deeply devout Hindu, Gandhi’s basic approach to all religions was ‘sarvadharma samabhav’ (equal respect for all religions). For him all religions had equal status and were different paths to the same goal of achieving union with the Divine. His religion was that "which transcends Hinduism, which changes one’s very nature, binds one indissolubly to the truth within and ever purifies. It is the permanent element in human nature which leaves the soul restless until it has found itself, known its maker and appreciated the true correspondence between the maker and itself."2 He affirmed "For me different religions are beautiful flowers from the same garden or branches of the same majestic tree."3 He often said he was as much a Moslem, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain and Parsee as he was Hindu and added "The hands that serve are holier than the lips that pray."4 At his prayer meetings there were readings from all the holy books. His favourite hymn began with the line "He alone is a true devotee of God who understands the pains and sufferings of others."5 His religiosity is therefore best described as a spiritualized humanism.
Gandhi’s great respect for Christ and the extent to which he drew inspiration from him are revealed in his following statements: "What does Jesus mean to me? To me, he was one of the greatest teachers humanity has ever had."6 "Jesus lived and died in vain if He did not teach us to regulate the whole of life by the eternal law of love.".7
"Jesus, a man who was completely innocent, offered himself as a sacrifice for the good of others, including his enemies, and became the ransom of the world. It was a perfect act."8
"Jesus was the most active resister known perhaps to history. His was non-violence par excellence."9 "Jesus expressed as no other could the spirit and will of God. It is in this sense that I see him and recognize as the Son of God. And because the life of Jesus has the significance and the transcendence to which I have alluded, I believe that he belongs not solely to Christianity but to the entire world, to all races and people. It matters little under what flag, name or doctrine they may work, profess a faith or worship a God inherited from their ancestors."10
Louis Fischer, Gandhi’s biographer, reveals that when he arrived at Sewagram Ashram in May 1942 to spend a week with him, he noticed there was "only one decoration on the mud walls of his hut: a black and white print of Jesus Christ with the inscription ‘He is our peace.’ He asked Gandhi about it, who replied "I am a Christian and a Hindu and a Moslem and a Jew….Looking at all religions with an equal eye, we would not only not hesitate but would think it our duty to blend into our faith every acceptable feature of other faiths."11
Gandhi’s great respect for Christ, however, came only after he went to England and South Africa. In his youth he had a strong aversion to Christianity. In his autobiography he writes that whereas he had learnt from his parents, who had many Jain and Moslem friends, to respect religions other than his own "Christianity at that time was an exception. In those days Christian missionaries used to stand in a corner near the high school and hold forth, pouring abuse on Hindus and their Gods. I could not endure this. I must have stood there only once but that was enough to dissuade me from repeating the experiment. About the same time, I heard of a well known Hindu having been converted to Christianity. It was the talk of the town that when he was baptized he had to eat beef and drink liquor, change his clothes and thenceforth go about in English costume including a hat. I also heard that the new convert had begun abusing the religion of his ancestors, their customs and their country. All these things created in me a dislike for Christianity.’"12

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Gandhi’s fundamental contribution in the field of religion was to give primacy to Truth and rationality rather than conformity to traditional practices. In fact he made Truth the basis of all morality by declaring: “I reject any religious doctrine that does not appeal to reason and is in conflict with morality”.1 Though a deeply devout Hindu, Gandhi’s basic approach to all religions was ‘sarvadharma samabhav’ (equal respect for all religions). For him all religions had equal status and were different paths to the same goal of achieving union with the Divine. His religion was that “which transcends Hinduism, which changes one’s very nature, binds one indissolubly to the truth within and ever purifies. It is the permanent element in human nature which leaves the soul restless until it has found itself, known its maker and appreciated the true correspondence between the maker and itself.”2 He affirmed “For me different religions are beautiful flowers from the same garden or branches of the same majestic tree.”3 He often said he was as much a Moslem, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain and Parsee as he was Hindu and added “The hands that serve are holier than the lips that pray.”4 At his prayer meetings there were readings from all the holy books. His favourite hymn began with the line “He alone is a true devotee of God who understands the pains and sufferings of others.”5 His religiosity is therefore best described as a spiritualized humanism. Gandhi’s great respect for Christ and the extent to which he drew inspiration from him are revealed in his following statements: “What does Jesus mean to me? To me, he was one of the greatest teachers humanity has ever had.”6 “Jesus lived and died in vain if He did not teach us to regulate the whole of life by the eternal law of love.”.7 “Jesus, a man who was completely innocent, offered himself as a sacrifice for the good of others, including his enemies, and became the ransom of the world. It was a perfect act.”8 “Jesus was the most active resister known perhaps to history. His was non-violence par excellence.”9 “Jesus expressed as no other could the spirit and will of God. It is in this sense that I see him and recognize as the Son of God. And because the life of Jesus has the significance and the transcendence to which I have alluded, I believe that he belongs not solely to Christianity but to the entire world, to all races and people. It matters little under what flag, name or doctrine they may work, profess a faith or worship a God inherited from their ancestors.”10 Louis Fischer, Gandhi’s biographer, reveals that when he arrived at Sewagram Ashram in May 1942 to spend a week with him, he noticed there was “only one decoration on the mud walls of his hut: a black and white print of Jesus Christ with the inscription ‘He is our peace.’ He asked Gandhi about it, who replied “I am a Christian and a Hindu and a Moslem and a Jew….Looking at all religions with an equal eye, we would not only not hesitate but would think it our duty to blend into our faith every acceptable feature of other faiths.”11 Gandhi’s great respect for Christ, however, came only after he went to England and South Africa. In his youth he had a strong aversion to Christianity. In his autobiography he writes that whereas he had learnt from his parents, who had many Jain and Moslem friends, to respect religions other than his own “Christianity at that time was an exception. In those days Christian missionaries used to stand in a corner near the high school and hold forth, pouring abuse on Hindus and their Gods. I could not endure this. I must have stood there only once but that was enough to dissuade me from repeating the experiment. About the same time, I heard of a well known Hindu having been converted to Christianity. It was the talk of the town that when he was baptized he had to eat beef and drink liquor, change his clothes and thenceforth go about in English costume including a hat. I also heard that the new convert had begun abusing the religion of his ancestors, their customs and their country. All these things created in me a dislike for Christianity.'”12

Gandhi’s fundamental contribution in the field of religion was to give primacy to Truth and rationality rather than conformity to traditional practices.

In fact he made Truth the basis of all morality by declaring: “I reject any religious doctrine that does not appeal to reason and is in conflict with morality”.1

Though a deeply devout Hindu, Gandhi’s basic approach to all religions was ‘sarvadharma samabhav’ (equal respect for all religions). For him all religions had equal status and were different paths to the same goal of achieving union with the Divine.

His religion was that “which transcends Hinduism, which changes one’s very nature, binds one indissolubly to the truth within and ever purifies. It is the permanent element in human nature which leaves the soul restless until it has found itself, known its maker and appreciated the true correspondence between the maker and itself.2

The hands that serve are holier than the lips that pray.”4 At his prayer meetings there were readings from all the holy books. His favourite hymn began with the line “He alone is a true devotee of God who understands the pains and sufferings of others.”5 

His religiosity is therefore best described as

a spiritualized humanism.

Gandhi’s great respect for Christ and the extent to which he drew inspiration from him are revealed in his following statements:

“What does Jesus mean to me?

To me, he was one of the greatest teachers humanity has ever had.”6 

“Jesus lived and died in vain if He did not teach us to regulate the whole of life by the eternal law of love.”.7

“Jesus, a man who was completely innocent, offered himself as a sacrifice for the good of others, including his enemies, and became the ransom of the world. It was a perfect act.”8

“Jesus was the most active resister known perhaps to history. His was non-violence par excellence.”9

“Jesus expressed as no other could the spirit and will of God. It is in this sense that I see him and recognize as the Son of God.

And because the life of Jesus has the significance and the transcendence to which I have alluded,

I believe that he belongs not solely to Christianity but to the entire world, to all races and people.

It matters little under what flag, name or doctrine they may work, profess a faith or worship a God inherited from their ancestors.”10

Louis Fischer, Gandhi’s biographer, reveals that when he arrived at Sewagram Ashram in May 1942 to spend a week with him,

he noticed there was

only one decoration on the mud walls of his hut: a black and white print of Jesus Christ with the inscription

‘He is our peace.’

He asked Gandhi about it, who replied “I am a Christian and a Hindu and a Moslem

and a Jew….

Looking at all religions with an equal eye, we would not only not hesitate but would think it our duty to blend into our faith every acceptable feature of other faiths.”11

Gandhi’s great respect for Christ, however, came only after he went to England and South Africa. In his youth he had a strong aversion to Christianity. In his autobiography he writes that whereas he had learnt from his parents, who had many Jain and Moslem friends, to respect religions other than his own “Christianity at that time was an exception. In those days Christian missionaries used to stand in a corner near the high school and hold forth, pouring abuse on Hindus and their Gods.

I could not endure this. I must have stood there only once but that was enough to dissuade me from repeating the experiment.

About the same time, I heard of a well known Hindu having been converted to Christianity. It was the talk of the town that when he was baptized he had to eat beef and drink liquor, change his clothes and thenceforth go about in English costume including a hat. I also heard that the new convert had begun abusing the religion of his ancestors, their customs and their country. All these things created in me a dislike for Christianity.'”12

 

It was in London, towards the end of his second year there, that he was first introduced, through Theosophy,

to the Gita, Buddhism and Christianity. Soon thereafter he met a devout Christian, in a vegetarian boarding house, who spoke to him about Christianity. Gandhi confessed his aversion to it since his school days. The Christian replied ” I am a vegetarian. I do not drink. Many Christians eat meat and drink; but neither meat eating nor drinking is enjoined by scripture.

Do please read the Bible.”13 

Gandhi agreed and began reading the Bible.

the ‘Sermon on the Mount’ in the New Testament, “went straight to my heart”14

and he

“tried to unify the teaching of the Gita, the ‘Light of Asia’

and

the Sermon on the Mount.”15 

 

Subsequently he wrote

“The New Testament gave me comfort and boundless joy…

Today, supposing I was deprived of the Gita and forgot all its contents but had a copy of the Sermon on the Mount, I should derive the same joy from it as I do from the Gita”16

On his way back to India after the 1931 Round Table Conference in London he stopped in Lausane (to meet Romain Rolland), and in Rome where he visited St. Peters and the Sistine Chapel. Seeing a painting of the crucified Christ in the latter, he commented

“What would not I have given to be able to bow my head before the living image of Christ crucified. I saw there at once that nations like individuals could only be made through the agony of the cross and in no other way.

Joy comes not out of infliction of pain on others but

out of pain voluntarily borne by oneself.”17

In enunciating his educational ideas he wrote

“Jesus never uttered a loftier or a grander Truth than when he said that wisdom cometh out of the mouth of babes. I believe it.

If we are to reach real peace in this world and if we are to carry on real war against war, we shall have to begin with the children.”18 

Writing about Art he stated “Jesus was to my mind a supreme artist because he saw and expressed Truth.

All true art must help the soul to realize its inner self.

 

….Truth is the first thing to be sought for and beauty and goodness will then be added unto you. True art takes note not merely of form but also of what lies beyond.”19

When his Trusteeship concept was criticized as too idealistic he defended it thus “The question we are asking ourselves today is not a new one. It was addressed to Jesus two thousand years ago. St. Mark has vividly described the scene. Jesus is in a solemn mood. He talks of eternity but is the greatest economist of his time. He has succeeded in economizing time and space; he has transcended them. To him comes a young man, kneels down and asks “Good Master, what shall 1 do that I may have Eternal Life ? “

he then goes on to recount the answer that Jesus gave including his affirmation that

“It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of God.” and adds

“Here you have an eternal rule of life stated in the noblest words in the English language.

.20

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Gandhi’s fundamental contribution in the field of religion was to give
primacy to Truth and rationality rather than conformity to traditional
practices. In fact he made Truth the basis of all morality by declaring: “I
reject any religious doctrine that does not appeal to reason and is in
conflict with morality”.1
Though a deeply devout Hindu, Gandhi’s basic approach to all religions was
‘sarvadharma samabhav’ (equal respect for all religions). For him all
religions had equal status and were different paths to the same goal of
achieving union with the Divine. His religion was that “which transcends
Hinduism, which changes one’s very nature, binds one indissolubly to the
truth within and ever purifies. It is the permanent element in human nature
which leaves the soul restless until it has found itself, known its maker
and appreciated the true correspondence between the maker and itself.”2 He
affirmed “For me different religions are beautiful flowers from the same
garden or branches of the same majestic tree.”3 He often said he was as
much a Moslem, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain and Parsee as he was Hindu
and added “The hands that serve are holier than the lips that pray.”4 At
his prayer meetings there were readings from all the holy books. His
favourite hymn began with the line “He alone is a true devotee of God who
understands the pains and sufferings of others.”5 His religiosity is
therefore best described as a spiritualized humanism.
Gandhi’s great respect for Christ and the extent to which he drew
inspiration from him are revealed in his following statements: “What does
Jesus mean to me? To me, he was one of the greatest teachers humanity has
ever had.”6 “Jesus lived and died in vain if He did not teach us to
regulate the whole of life by the eternal law of love.”.7
“Jesus, a man who was completely innocent, offered himself as a sacrifice
for the good of others, including his enemies, and became the ransom of the
world. It was a perfect act.”8
“Jesus was the most active resister known perhaps to history. His was
non-violence par excellence.”9 “Jesus expressed as no other could the
spirit and will of God. It is in this sense that I see him and recognize as
the Son of God. And because the life of Jesus has the significance and the
transcendence to which I have alluded, I believe that he belongs not solely
to Christianity but to the entire world, to all races and people. It
matters little under what flag, name or doctrine they may work, profess a
faith or worship a God inherited from their ancestors.”10
Louis Fischer, Gandhi’s biographer, reveals that when he arrived at
Sewagram Ashram in May 1942 to spend a week with him, he noticed there was
“only one decoration on the mud walls of his hut: a black and white print
of Jesus Christ with the inscription ‘He is our peace.’ He asked Gandhi
about it, who replied “I am a Christian and a Hindu and a Moslem and a
Jew….Looking at all religions with an equal eye, we would not only not
hesitate but would think it our duty to blend into our faith every
acceptable feature of other faiths.”11
Gandhi’s great respect for Christ, however, came only after he went to
England and South Africa. In his youth he had a strong aversion to
Christianity. In his autobiography he writes that whereas he had learnt
from his parents, who had many Jain and Moslem friends, to respect
religions other than his own “Christianity at that time was an exception.
In those days Christian missionaries used to stand in a corner near the
high school and hold forth, pouring abuse on Hindus and their Gods. I could
not endure this. I must have stood there only once but that was enough to
dissuade me from repeating the experiment. About the same time, I heard of
a well known Hindu having been converted to Christianity. It was the talk
of the town that when he was baptized he had to eat beef and drink liquor,
change his clothes and thenceforth go about in English costume including a
hat. I also heard that the new convert had begun abusing the religion of
his ancestors, their customs and their country. All these things created in
me a dislike for Christianity.'”12
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SO ARE YOU SAYING THAT KABALA AND HINDU DO NOT MEAN SURENDER AND THEY CANNOT SURENDER ? THE ANSWER IS YES. I AM MEANS AM SAYING THAT. AND YES, HINDU RELIGION ALLOWS A MAN AND A WOMAN TO DENOUNEC EVEN SHIVA, WHO THE FUCK EVEN KRISHNA, IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS – WHAT I CLAIM . OK.. NO OTHER RELIGION CAN ALOOW YOU TO REMAIN IN THAT SAME RELIGION OIF U DO THIS LEVEL OF WHAT THE OTHER RELIGIONS CALELD BLAASPEHMY FOLOWOED BY A CALL TO ARMS . THAT IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS – YES. SOMETHING I AM PROIUD OF – AND YES, THAT IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MY MESSAG TO THE MOTHERFUCKERS WHO WRITE ON HINDU NATIONALISM – WHEN THEY USE HINDU – RELIGION – AS IF ITS SOMETHING AGAINST DEMOCRACY IN THE LIBERAL MAGINES AND NES PAPERS AND OUT LETS – SO LISTEN MOTHERFUCKERS – IS WOMEN BETAING BAD ? – YES OR O MOTHERFUCKING LIBERALS ? – OK IS A WOMEN BEATNE IN ALL LATITUDES BAD ? YES OR NO MOTHERFUCKERS ? OK THAN IS IN THAT RELIGIOUS TEXTS – IS BEAHDING JUSTIFIFIDED BY THAT

SO ARE YOU SAYING THAT KABALA AND HINDU DO NOT MEAN SURENDER AND THEY CANNOT SURENDER ? THE ANSWER IS YES. I AM MEANS AM SAYING THAT. AND YES, HINDU RELIGION ALLOWS A MAN AND A WOMAN TO DENOUNEC EVEN SHIVA, WHO THE FUCK EVEN KRISHNA,

IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS – WHAT I CLAIM . OK.. NO OTHER RELIGION CAN ALOOW YOU TO REMAIN IN THAT SAME RELIGION OIF U DO THIS LEVEL OF WHAT THE OTHER RELIGIONS CALELD BLAASPEHMY FOLOWOED BY A CALL TO ARMS .

THAT IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS – YES. SOMETHING I AM PROIUD OF – AND YES, THAT IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MY MESSAG TO THE MOTHERFUCKERS WHO WRITE ON HINDU NATIONALISM – WHEN THEY USE HINDU – RELIGION – AS IF ITS SOMETHING AGAINST DEMOCRACY IN THE LIBERAL MAGINES AND NES PAPERS AND OUT LETS –

SO LISTEN MOTHERFUCKERS – IS WOMEN BEATING BAD ? – YES OR O MOTHERFUCKING LIBERALS ? – OK IS A WOMEN BEATEN IN ALL LATITUDES BAD ? YES OR NO MOTHERFUCKERS ? OK THAN IS IN THAT RELIGIOUS TEXTS – IS BEADING JUSTIFIED BY THAT

SO ARE YOU SAYING THAT  KABALA AND HINDU DO NOT MEAN SURENDER AND THEY CANNOT SURENDER ? THE ANSWER IS YES. I AM MEANS AM SAYING THAT. AND YES, HINDU RELIGION ALLOWS A MAN AND A WOMAN TO DENOUNEC EVEN SHIVA, WHO THE FUCK EVEN KRISHNA, IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS – WHAT I CLAIM . OK.. NO OTHER RELIGION CAN ALOOW YOU TO REMAIN IN THAT SAME RELIGION OIF U DO THIS LEVEL OF WHAT THE OTHER RELIGIONS CALELD BLAASPEHMY FOLOWOED BY A CALL TO ARMS . THAT IS MEANS IS  MEANS IS MEANS IS – YES. SOMETHING I AM PROIUD OF – AND YES, THAT IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MY MESSAG TO THE MOTHERFUCKERS  WHO WRITE ON HINDU NATIONALISM –  WHEN THEY USE HINDU – RELIGION – AS IF ITS SOMETHING AGAINST DEMOCRACY  IN THE LIBERAL MAGINES AND NES PAPERS AND OUT LETS – SO LISTEN MOTHERFUCKERS – IS WOMEN BETAING BAD ? – YES OR O MOTHERFUCKING LIBERALS ? –  OK IS A WOMEN BEATNE IN ALL LATITUDES BAD ? YES OR NO MOTHERFUCKERS ? OK THAN IS IN THAT RELIGIOUS TEXTS – IS  BEAHDING JUSTIFIFIDED BY THAT RELIGIOUS HINDU TEXT MOTHERFUKERS – YES OR NOR MOTHERFUCKERS ? – OK.. NOW WHERE IS OBAMA AND CLINTON -> THIS -> IS MEANS IS – PART OF WHY SOME HINDUS TUNE OUT WHEN ANIMATEDELY LIBERAL SAY SHIT ON HINDU NATIONALISM – IS MENS IS – PART OF THE REASON, PART DOENST MEAN ALL OR WHOLE OF THE REASON

SO ARE YOU SAYING THAT KABALA AND HINDU DO NOT MEAN SURENDER AND THEY CANNOT SURENDER ? THE ANSWER IS YES. I AM MEANS AM SAYING THAT. AND YES, HINDU RELIGION ALLOWS A MAN AND A WOMAN TO DENOUNEC EVEN SHIVA, WHO THE FUCK EVEN KRISHNA, IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS – WHAT I CLAIM . OK.. NO OTHER RELIGION CAN ALOOW YOU TO REMAIN IN THAT SAME RELIGION OIF U DO THIS LEVEL OF WHAT THE OTHER RELIGIONS CALELD BLAASPEHMY FOLOWOED BY A CALL TO ARMS . THAT IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS – YES. SOMETHING I AM PROIUD OF – AND YES, THAT IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MY MESSAG TO THE MOTHERFUCKERS WHO WRITE ON HINDU NATIONALISM – WHEN THEY USE HINDU – RELIGION – AS IF ITS SOMETHING AGAINST DEMOCRACY IN THE LIBERAL MAGINES AND NES PAPERS AND OUT LETS – SO LISTEN MOTHERFUCKERS – IS WOMEN BETAING BAD ? – YES OR O MOTHERFUCKING LIBERALS ? – OK IS A WOMEN BEATNE IN ALL LATITUDES BAD ? YES OR NO MOTHERFUCKERS ? OK THAN IS IN THAT RELIGIOUS TEXTS – IS BEAHDING JUSTIFIFIDED BY THAT

SO ARE YOU SAYING THAT KABALA AND HINDU DO NOT MEAN SURENDER AND THEY CANNOT SURENDER ? THE ANSWER IS YES. I AM MEANS AM SAYING THAT.

AND YES, HINDU RELIGION ALLOWS A MAN AND A WOMAN TO DENOUNCE EVEN SHIVA, WHO THE FUCK EVEN KRISHNA, IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS – WHAT I CLAIM .

OK.. ?

NO OTHER RELIGION CAN ALLOW YOU TO REMAIN IN THAT SAME RELIGION IF U DO THIS LEVEL OF WHAT THE OTHER RELIGIONS CALLED BLASPHEMY FOLLOWED BY A CALL TO ARMS .

THAT IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS – YES. SOMETHING I AM PROUD OF –

AND YES, THAT IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MEANS IS MY MESSAGE TO THE MOTHERFUCKERS WHO WRITE ON HINDU NATIONALISM – WHEN THEY USE HINDU – RELIGION – AS IF ITS SOMETHING AGAINST DEMOCRACY IN THE LIBERAL MAGAZINES AND NEWS PAPERS AND OUT LETS

– SO LISTEN MOTHERFUCKERS – IS WOMEN BEATING BAD ? – YES OR NO MOTHERFUCKING LIBERALS ? –

OK IS A WOMEN BEATEN IN ALL LATITUDES BAD ?

YES OR NO MOTHERFUCKERS ?

OK THAN IS IN THAT RELIGIOUS TEXTS – IS BEHEADING JUSTIFIED BY THAT RELIGIOUS HINDU TEXT MOTHERFUCKERS ? – YES OR NOR MOTHERFUCKERS ? –

OK.. NOW WHERE IS OBAMA AND CLINTON -> THIS -> IS MEANS IS – PART OF WHY SOME HINDUS TUNE OUT WHEN ANIMATEDLY LIBERALS SAY SHIT ON HINDU NATIONALISM – IS MEANS IS – PART OF THE REASON,

PART DOENST MEAN ALL OR WHOLE OF THE REASON

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GOOD MORNING CHICAGO.

YES.. SO, IS THIS VERSE .. ACTUALLY ITS NOT A VERSE ITS A TEXT MEANING? WELL, MEANING ITS NOT A SHLOKA .. MEANING, WELL MEANING, ITS NOT LIKE SUNNA ITEM NUMBER 6. POINT AB C- CATEGORY QUOTE, BUT

/

?

WELL, BUT

[A] THIS TEXT IS FOUND IN A BOOK CALLED RAMAYAN BY TULSIDAS

[B] WHOS IS TULSI DAS ? – WELL HE SIA  GUY – A MAN – WHO WROTE THE RAMAYANA.

[C] WHAT IS RAMAYAN OR RAMAYANA ? WELL, ITS A HOLY BOOK OF THE HINDUS -ABOUT THIS GUY RAVANA WHO ABDUCTS LORD RAM;S WIFE TO LANKA AND THEN A BATTLE ENSUES AND THE DAY RAM CAME BACK VICTORIOUS AFTER KILING RAVANA IS CELEBRATED AS DIWALI THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS.

NOW

[1] WAS TULSIDAS A MAN OR LIKE SAINT GABRIEL ? – ANSWWE TULSIDAS WAS A MAN

[2] WAS AND IS OR OR IS TULSIDAS’S RAMAYA A WORD OF GOD – ANSWER NO. IT IS NOT – AIT THE STORY OF A GOD A HINDU GOD – AND HIS WIFE – AND ITS A GOOD STORY THAT CENTERS AROUND THE FIGHT BETWEEN MORALS AND BAD THINGS – SOMETHING LIKE THAT

[3] SO, IS THIS TEXT BY TULSIDAS AND FOUND IN TULSIDAS BOOOK – MYSOGYNIST AND WRONG? – ANSWER YWELL, YES.. IF YOU BELIEVE A TEXT THAT SAYS – THAT WOMEN AND ANIMALS AND SOME UNTOUCHABLES ARE WORTHY OF BEING BEATEN AS WRONG – THEN YES – THIS TEXT WOULD FIT THE BILL.. YES..

[4] SO, OK SO GEETA AND MAHABHARAT ARE THE WORDS OF GOD, BECAUSE KRISHNA HIMSELF SPOKE IN GEETA – BUT – THIS IS A STORY CALELD RAMAYAN BY TULSIDAS ? THE ANSWER IS YES .

[5] SO, U SAYING THAT THIS BAD OR GOOD TEXT OR JUST ONE OF THOSE TEXTS – REALLY INST THE AUTHORITY ON WOMEN AND ANIMALS AND SHUDRAS ? – THE ANSWER IS YES. I AM SAYING THAT.. OK THEN HOW CAN U SAY THAT THEN ? – I MEAN BASED ON WHAT? BASED ON YOUR EVOLUTIONARY BELIEFS, LIKE LIBERALS HAVE – OR IS IT BASED ON SOME OLD ANCEINT RELIGIOUS TEXTS THAT HINUDS CAN SHOW ?  WELL, THE ANSWER IS –

[A] IN HINDUS – A FEMALE -NOT CAN BE – BUT IS – GOD – AND NOT IS GOD BUT ARE GODS – AND THEY HAVE AS HIGH A STATUS IN HINUD PATHEON AS THAT OF SHIVA EVEN – WHO THE FUCK EVEN KRISHNA

CN U PROVE THAT ? – YES, GOOGLE HINUD FEMALES GODS AND SEE HOW MANY AND FIND – ZERO MEANS NONE FEMALE GODS IN ANY ABRAHAMICS RELIGIONS. IS MEANS IS THE BEST ANSWER I CAN GIVE FOR YOUR 2 MINUTE ROUND UP – ON  THIESE SUBJECTS

[B]  WHEN IN DOUBT GOOGLE

[5]  OK OTHER THAN IN RELIGION THEN – HOW ABOUT THE LAW THEN ? – DO HINDUS BELIEVE THAT – THIS TEXT IS UNACCEPTABLE – ? ANSWER – WELL, IN INDIAN CONSTUTUTION , FOLLOWED BY HINUDS, SAYS  YES, IF YOU BEAT WOMEN OR ANIMALS OR UNTOUCHABLE S OR DISCRIMINATE AGINST THEM, THEN U WULD BE PUNISHED MORE SEVERLY THAN IF U BEAT A MAN WHO WAS BRAHMIN – THIS CAN BE VERIFIED BY SOMEONE WHO KNOWS AND THEN SPEAKS – AND YES THAT LAW IS ABUSED AND WAS ABUSED EVEN AGAINST ME – IN A FALSELY INCRIMINATING MANNER – REF: WHEN I SAVED A DALIT, A FORMELY UN TOUCHABLE, THE KINAPPNER MAFIA COLLIDED WITH THE POLICE AND SAID THAT I TOOK A GUN – AND USED THE EUQIVALENT OF THE N WORD – CALELD CHAMAR – FOR UNTOUCHABLE TO SOME OTHER SHUDR, MEANS LOWER CASTE – YES.. THAT DID HAPPEN.. BUT ANYWAY.. YES.. LEARNNOW.. BEFORE U SPEAK

NOW, THIS TEXT IS ONE OF THE TEXTS – BUT THE ONLY TEXT YOU CAN SHOW TO HINDUS AND ASK THEM TO BE ASHMED OF AND ?

WELL, AND – SINCE HINUD IS NOT SPELT SURRENDER – MOST HINUDS WILL DO THE FOLLOWING IF U REMIND THEM OF THIS VERY TEXT

HERE IS HOW THE CONVERSTION WITH SOME SUBSETS ALSO CALELD GORUPS IN LAY MA TERMS OF HINUDS U MAY HEAR

[A] WELL, YES.. I MEAN .. U KNOW.. I SEE I MEAN – U SEE IN THOSE DAYS – UT WAS LIKE – THIS AND THAT

[B] WELL, THIS IS SHIT – THIS CATEGROY OF PEOPLE ARE LIKE ME – YOURS TURLY AND NO MOTHERFUCKER TELSL ME SHIT – U KNOW WORD BRAHMIN.

[C]  OK,, WHAT ABOUT ISLAM – HERE IN THESE 106 TEXTS IN QURAN – HERE IS WHAT IT SAYS – AND MOHHAD WAS CHILD ABUSER – AND THIS AND THAT – THIS – IS WITH SOME HINDUS – WHO FEEL THAT U ARE USING ONE TEXT TO DEMEAN HINDUS – AND HERE IS BIBLE AND HERE IS WHAT THEY SAY IN YOUR HOLY BIBLE – AND HERE – IS WHAT OBAMA SAID ON DEUTERONMY WHICH IS HOLY BOOKM OF JEWS AND HERE IS OBAMA SAYING – THIS ON CHSTIRNAITY AND GAYS AND WORKING ON SUNDAYS – AND HERE IS BILL MAHER – AND SO ON.. – THIS – IS – I THINK ABOUT 30 % OF THE HINUDS WILL RESPOND, BUT IT WOULD DEPEND IF U SINCERELY WANT TO KNOW, OR U ARE LIKE – THOSE PRECAHERS – LIKE AKIR NAIK – WHO USE TEXTS SELECTIVELY TO DEMAN OTHER PEOPLES RELIGION OR FAUTH.

[C] WELL, ITS NOT THE FINAL AUTHORITY ON HINDUS, MANY RELIGIOUS HINUD WOMEN { MY MOM INCLUDED]  READ THE RAMAYAN EVERYDAY { AND SHE READS IT EVERY DAY } BUT ABHORS, MEANS DISLIKES THIS TEXT – AND SO DOES MY DAD – OK

NOW, VERY VERY FEW PEOPLE OF HINUD RELIGION WILL DECLARE A FATWA ON YOU IF U SAY THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE, BECAUSE – ? – DO U KNOW WHY MEANS BECAUSE ?

PS: NOW, YES, DONT TRY SAYING THIS IN INTERIOR BCKWARD STATE VILLAGES, BECAUSE YES, SOME PEOPLE MAY GET OFFENDED AND MAY YES PHYSICALLY BEAT YOU.. YES.. MAY DOENST MEAN WILL – BUT YES, SOME MAY TRY TO BEAT YOU BUT – YES, MANY CHRITAINA MISSIONARIES, SAY THAT IN YES DEEP INTERIOR VILLAGES OF INDIA AND SAY CHSIRTIANITY DOES MEAN EQUALITY OF EVERYONE AND ISLAMIC PRECAHERS SAY THAT TOO AND THEY ARE NOT BEATEN .. IT ALL DEPENDS.. ON HOW YOU COME ACROSS AS – A S A GENUIINE PERSON WHO WANTS TO KNOW OR AS SOMEONE WHO WANTS TO USE ONE TEXT TO DEMEAN 1.2 BILLION HINUDS OR MAYBE 1.5 BILLION HINUDS.. BUT. I DO THAT EVERYONE BUT THEY CALL ME SAINT.

AND YES.. 80 % OF HINDUS – DONT SUSBCRIBE TO THIS – PEIE IN THAT TEXT AND TERE SI ONLY ONE LINE THAT U CAN – USE – TO DEMEAN ONE OF THE THOUSANDS – LITREALLY THOUSANDS OF TEXT IN HINUD .  NOW, HOW MANY TEXTS – IN ISLAMIC HOLY QURAN AND BIBLE IS NOT THE SSUE

THE ISUSE IS HIN HINUD – THERE IS ONLY ONE THING THAT U MAY WANNA ADOPT – ITS FLEXIBILITY.. – HINDU IS AN INTRENAL RELIGION, ITS NOT INTERESTED IN COVERTING SOCIETY.

NOW, YES HINDUS MAY USE RELIGIOJ OT UNITE OR TO DIVIDE PEOPLE, BUT THERE IS NOTHING IN HINUDSIM THAT DOES ALLOW SOCIETAL ASPECTS, IN HINUD – THE GOAL IS NOT SOCIETY BUT INDIVIDUAL’S SALVATION.. LIKE ITS IN JEW AND CHRIATIANITY.

BTW, IN GEETA, – THERE IS NO SHIT LIKE THAT.. NEITEHR IS THERE IN KABALA.. YES IN DEUTERONMY THERE IS MUCH MUCH WORST SHIT – YES.. NOW, I ACCEOT – AND YES JEW IS NOT VERY FLEXIBAILE, AS IS HINDU, RELIGIONS IS MEANS IS – BUT JEWS ARE VERY TOLERANT, MORE THAN EVEN HINDUS IS MEANS IS . AND YES CHRISTIANS ARE VERY TOLERANT – EVEN DESPITE SOPME OF THE INTEOLREANT VERSES IN BIBLE.. YES..

NOW, WHICH TEXT DOESNT ALLOW FOR A CHANGE ? – NOW THAT – IS MEANS IS – IN MY PERSONAL OPINION THE MEANS THE PROBLME. ITS REQUIREDSUNNDEER AND SUBMISSION.

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GOOD MORNING CHICAGO.

YES.. SO, IS THIS VERSE .. ACTUALLY ITS NOT A VERSE ITS A TEXT MEANING?
WELL, MEANING ITS NOT A SHLOKA .. MEANING, WELL MEANING, ITS NOT LIKE SUNNA
ITEM NUMBER 6. POINT AB C- CATEGORY QUOTE, BUT

/
?
WELL, BUT

[A] THIS TEXT IS FOUND IN A BOOK CALLED RAMAYAN BY TULSIDAS

[B] WHOS IS TULSI DAS ? – WELL HE SIA GUY – A MAN – WHO WROTE THE RAMAYANA=
.

[C] WHAT IS RAMAYAN OR RAMAYANA ? WELL, ITS A HOLY BOOK OF THE HINDUS
-ABOUT THIS GUY RAVANA WHO ABUDCTS LORD RAM;S WIFE TO LANKA AND THEN A
BATTLE ENSUES AND THE DAY RAMA CAME BACK VICTORIOUS AFTER KILING RAVANA IS
CCELEBRATED AS DIWALI THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS.

NOW

[1] WAS TULSIDAS A MAN OR LIKE SAINT GABRIEL ? – ANSWWE TULSIDAS WAS A MAN

[2] WAS AND IS OR OR IS TULSIDAS’S RAMAYA A WORD OF GOD – ANSWER NO. IT IS
NOT – AIT THE STORY OF A GOD A HINDU GOD – AND HIS WIFE – AND ITS A GOOD
STORY THAT CENTERS AROUND THE FIGHT BETWEEN MORALS AND BAD THINGS –
SOMETHING LIKE THAT

[3] SO, IS THIS TEXT BY TULSIDAS AND FOUND IN TULSIDAS BOOOK – MYSOGYNIST
AND WRONG? – ANSWER YWELL, YES.. IF YOU BELIEVE A TEXT THAT SAYS – THAT
WOMEN AND ANIMALS AND SOME UNTOUCHABLES ARE WORTHY OF BEING BEATEN AS WRONG
– THEN YES – THIS TEXT WOULD FIT THE BILL.. YES..

[4] SO, OK SO GEETA AND MAHABHARAT ARE THE WORDS OF GOD, BECAUSE KRISHNA
HIMSELF SPOKE IN GEETA – BUT – THIS IS A STORY CALELD RAMAYAN BY TULSIDAS ?
THE ANSWER IS YES .

[5] SO, U SAYING THAT THIS BAD OR GOOD TEXT OR JUST ONE OF THOSE TEXTS –
REALLY INST THE AUTHORITY ON WOMEN AND ANIMALS AND SHUDRAS ? – THE ANSWER
IS YES. I AM SAYING THAT.. OK THEN HOW CAN U SAY THAT THEN ? – I MEAN BASED
ON WHAT? BASED ON YOUR EVOLUTIONARY BELIEFS, LIKE LIBERALS HAVE – OR IS IT
BASED ON SOME OLD ANCEINT RELIGIOUS TEXTS THAT HINUDS CAN SHOW ? WELL, THE
ANSWER IS –

[A] IN HINDUS – A FEMALE -NOT CAN BE – BUT IS – GOD – AND NOT IS GOD BUT
ARE GODS – AND THEY HAVE AS HIGH A STATUS IN HINUD PATHEON AS THAT OF SHIVA
EVEN – WHO THE FUCK EVEN KRISHNA

CN U PROVE THAT ? – YES, GOOGLE HINUD FEMALES GODS AND SEE HOW MANY AND
FIND – ZERO MEANS NONE FEMALE GODS IN ANY ABRAHAMICS RELIGIONS. IS MEANS IS
THE BEST ANSWER I CAN GIVE FOR YOUR 2 MINUTE ROUND UP – ON THIESE SUBJECTS

[B] WHEN IN DOUBT GOOGLE

[5] OK OTHER THAN IN RELIGION THEN – HOW ABOUT THE LAW THEN ? – DO HINDUS
BELIEVE THAT – THIS TEXT IS UNACCEPTABLE – ? ANSWER – WELL, IN INDIAN
CONSTUTUTION , FOLLOWED BY HINUDS, SAYS YES, IF YOU BEAT WOMEN OR ANIMALS
OR UNTOUCHABLE S OR DISCRIMINATE AGINST THEM, THEN U WULD BE PUNISHED MORE
SEVERLY THAN IF U BEAT A MAN WHO WAS BRAHMIN – THIS CAN BE VERIFIED BY
SOMEONE WHO KNOWS AND THEN SPEAKS – AND YES THAT LAW IS ABUSED AND WAS
ABUSED EVEN AGAINST ME – IN A FALSELY INCRIMINATING MANNER – REF: WHEN I
SAVED A DALIT, A FORMELY UN TOUCHABLE, THE KINAPPNER MAFIA COLLIDED WITH
THE POLICE AND SAID THAT I TOOK A GUN – AND USED THE EUQIVALENT OF THE N
WORD – CALELD CHAMAR – FOR UNTOUCHABLE TO SOME OTHER SHUDR, MEANS LOWER
CASTE – YES.. THAT DID HAPPEN.. BUT ANYWAY.. YES.. LEARNNOW.. BEFORE U SPEA=
K

NOW, THIS TEXT IS ONE OF THE TEXTS – BUT THE ONLY TEXT YOU CAN SHOW TO
HINDUS AND ASK THEM TO BE ASHMED OF AND ?

WELL, AND – SINCE HINUD IS NOT SPELT SURRENDER – MOST HINUDS WILL DO THE
FOLLOWING IF U REMIND THEM OF THIS VERY TEXT

HERE IS HOW THE CONVERSTION WITH SOME SUBSETS ALSO CALELD GORUPS IN LAY MA
TERMS OF HINUDS U MAY HEAR

[A] WELL, YES.. I MEAN .. U KNOW.. I SEE I MEAN – U SEE IN THOSE DAYS – UT
WAS LIKE – THIS AND THAT

[B] WELL, THIS IS SHIT – THIS CATEGROY OF PEOPLE ARE LIKE ME – YOURS TURLY
AND NO MOTHERFUCKER TELSL ME SHIT – U KNOW WORD BRAHMIN.

[C] OK,, WHAT ABOUT ISLAM – HERE IN THESE 106 TEXTS IN QURAN – HERE IS
WHAT IT SAYS – AND MOHHAD WAS CHILD ABUSER – AND THIS AND THAT – THIS – IS
WITH SOME HINDUS – WHO FEEL THAT U ARE USING ONE TEXT TO DEMEAN HINDUS –
AND HERE IS BIBLE AND HERE IS WHAT THEY SAY IN YOUR HOLY BIBLE – AND HERE –
IS WHAT OBAMA SAID ON DEUTERONMY WHICH IS HOLY BOOKM OF JEWS AND HERE IS
OBAMA SAYING – THIS ON CHSTIRNAITY AND GAYS AND WORKING ON SUNDAYS – AND
HERE IS BILL MAHER – AND SO ON.. – THIS – IS – I THINK ABOUT 30 % OF THE
HINUDS WILL RESPOND, BUT IT WOULD DEPEND IF U SINCERELY WANT TO KNOW, OR U
ARE LIKE – THOSE PRECAHERS – LIKE AKIR NAIK – WHO USE TEXTS SELECTIVELY TO
DEMAN OTHER PEOPLES RELIGION OR FAUTH.

[C] WELL, ITS NOT THE FINAL AUTHORITY ON HINDUS, MANY RELIGIOUS HINUD WOMEN
{ MY MOM INCLUDED] READ THE RAMAYAN EVERYDAY { AND SHE READS IT EVERY DAY
} BUT ABHORS, MEANS DISLIKES THIS TEXT – AND SO DOES MY DAD – OK

NOW, VERY VERY FEW PEOPLE OF HINUD RELIGION WILL DECLARE A FATWA ON YOU IF
U SAY THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE, BECAUSE – ? – DO U KNOW WHY MEANS BECAUSE ?

PS: NOW, YES, DONT TRY SAYING THIS IN INTERIOR BCKWARD STATE VILLAGES,
BECAUSE YES, SOME PEOPLE MAY GET OFFENDED AND MAY YES PHYSICALLY BEAT YOU..
YES.. MAY DOENST MEAN WILL – BUT YES, SOME MAY TRY TO BEAT YOU BUT – YES,
MANY CHRITAINA MISSIONARIES, SAY THAT IN YES DEEP INTERIOR VILLAGES OF
INDIA AND SAY CHSIRTIANITY DOES MEAN EQUALITY OF EVERYONE AND ISLAMIC
PRECAHERS SAY THAT TOO AND THEY ARE NOT BEATEN .. IT ALL DEPENDS.. ON HOW
YOU COME ACROSS AS – A S A GENUIINE PERSON WHO WANTS TO KNOW OR AS SOMEONE
WHO WANTS TO USE ONE TEXT TO DEMEAN 1.2 BILLION HINUDS OR MAYBE 1.5 BILLION
HINUDS.. BUT. I DO THAT EVERYONE BUT THEY CALL ME SAINT.

AND YES.. 80 % OF HINDUS – DONT SUSBCRIBE TO THIS – PEIE IN THAT TEXT AND
TERE SI ONLY ONE LINE THAT U CAN – USE – TO DEMEAN ONE OF THE THOUSANDS –
LITREALLY THOUSANDS OF TEXT IN HINUD . NOW, HOW MANY TEXTS – IN ISLAMIC
HOLY QURAN AND BIBLE IS NOT THE SSUE

THE ISUSE IS HIN HINUD – THERE IS ONLY ONE THING THAT U MAY WANNA ADOPT –
ITS FLEXIBILITY.. – HINDU IS AN INTRENAL RELIGION, ITS NOT INTERESTED IN
COVERTING SOCIETY.

NOW, YES HINDUS MAY USE RELIGIOJ OT UNITE OR TO DIVIDE PEOPLE, BUT THERE IS
NOTHING IN HINUDSIM THAT DOES ALLOW SOCIETAL ASPECTS, IN HINUD – THE GOAL
IS NOT SOCIETY BUT INDIVIDUAL’S SALVATION.. LIKE ITS IN JEW AND
CHRIATIANITY.

BTW, IN GEETA, – THERE IS NO SHIT LIKE THAT.. NEITEHR IS THERE IN KABALA..
YES IN DEUTERONMY THERE IS MUCH MUCH WORST SHIT – YES.. NOW, I ACCEOT – AND
YES JEW IS NOT VERY FLEXIBAILE, AS IS HINDU, RELIGIONS IS MEANS IS – BUT
JEWS ARE VERY TOLERANT, MORE THAN EVEN HINDUS IS MEANS IS . AND YES
CHRISTIANS ARE VERY TOLERANT – EVEN DESPITE SOPME OF THE INTEOLREANT VERSES
IN BIBLE.. YES..

NOW, WHICH TEXT DOESNT ALLOW FOR A CHANGE ? – NOW THAT – IS MEANS IS – IN
MY PERSONAL OPINION THE MEANS THE PROBLME. ITS REQUIREDSUNNDEER AND
SUBMISSION.

From: Streak
Date: Wed, Dec 5, 2018 at 4:12 PM
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ABORTION? HERE IS THE STATEMENT- QUOTE ” SHUDRA, MEANS THE LOWEST
UNTOUCHABLE CAST, DHOL MEANS THOSE WHO DO BAND IN SOME CASTE, ITS A CAST,
AND PSHU MEANS ANIMALS AND NAREE MEANS WOMEN – ACTUALLY – ARE ENTITLED TO
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LOWEST UNTOUCHABLE CAST, DHOL MEANS THOSE WHO DO BAND IN SOME CASTE, ITS A
CAST, AND PSHU MEANS ANIMALS AND NAREE MEANS WOMEN – ACTUALLY – ARE
ENTITLED TO BE BEATEN UP” – QUOTES CLOSED – DO U CONDONE THIS STATEMENT ?
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