Friday, June 28, 2019

Fighting against fascists is no less fascist

Assorted tweets:
Rare Video of The Mother Playing Long Tennis

The magic of shapes and colours:- In this comic #students #learn shapes, colours of items and counting too. #Comics are the best and easy way of #learning for the students.
#TEACHERINNOVATIONAWARD #TIA2019 #ZIIEI #INNOVATIVEPATHSHAALA #teacher #school #Government #digitalartwork

The Roti made of wheat flour looks beautiful like that of the full moon; it has within it gram powder mixed with salt, ginger and asafotida; it has been made soft by the application of fresh made ghee; May this special Roti enter into the mouth only of those who are righteous.

20) Hymns 121 - 127 (Verses 1,356 - 1,436):
Description of Rig-Veda, Mandala 01, Sukta 121 to 127 (including hymns of Kakshivat to Usha);
with #SriAurobindo's words on the historical development of language

21) Hymns 128- 133 (Verses 1,437 - 1,485):
Description of Rig-Veda, Mandala 01, Sukta 128 to 133 (including the glories of Indra);
with #SriAurobindo's words on the historical development of language

Raja Ravi Varma's distinct style of painting emerges from the Company style, a technique that emerges from the East India Company's desire to paint a visual portrait of India.

"Mr Modi is undoubtedly a master of manipulating the political narrative, who has persuaded hundreds of millions of people of his integrity, intent and achievements." via @financialtimes

"Modi or any politician won't care for a cause unless they see votes in it."
It's this kind of language which exposes "Core". 99% of the Core had no connection with Hindutva (and hence RSS/BJP) before 2010. Who cares what "Core" says? As I said, they have credibility issues.

Dig deeper, all evidence in Dabholkar, Pansare & Gauri murders will lead you to Nagpur, but RSS masterminds will never be investigated. Remember, according to Aseemanand himself, Bhagwat had sanctioned Samjhauta, Ajmer bombings. Modi & Shah report to him.

I'll join. I have an idea. Let's do a film. Opening scene: Dr. BS Moonje, a Brahmin doctor from Nagpur, stands surveying the Altare Della Patria (Altar to the Fatherland) — site of grand military parades — from the balcony of the Palazzo Venezia in Rome. Beside him is Mussolini.
Opening line: Moonje turns to Mussolini. "I have no hesitation to raise my voice from the public platform both in India and England whenever occasion may arise in praise of your Balilla and Fascist organizations," he says. The Italian dictator grins. He says, "We made a new man."
Dialogue continues. "We discovered how to combine the mystical side and the political side," Mussolini tells Moonje. "After we added the element of discipline, it was a simple matter to convince the the citizens that they had nothing except the life of the State." Moonje smiles.
Moonje to Mussolini: "I just saw this morning and afternoon the Balilla and the Fascist Organizations and I was much impressed." Mussolini sips a glass of warm milk. Moonje continues: "Every aspiring and growing nation needs such fascist organizations. India needs them most."
Mussolini speaks: "Dr. Moonje, what is good for Italy is good for India. Teach the people that freedom is not a right, it is a duty. It is not equality, it is a privilege.” Moonje replies: "Yes, yes. We hear everywhere the clamor for 'rights" but never any stress on 'duties'."
Moonje then asks: "India has long been enslaved. What shall we do?" Mussolini responds: “Fascist doctrine is best suited to the tendencies of a people which, like the Italian, after lying fallow for centuries of foreign servitude, are now reasserting themselves in the world."
"I see," replies Moonje. "Fascism believes neither in the possibility nor utility of perpetual peace. War alone brings up to its highest tension all human energy and puts the stamp of nobility upon the peoples who have the courage to meet it." Mussolini replies: "So learn war."
Scene two: the aging & white-bearded Moonje sits for a chai pe charcha (chat over tea) with a long-haired young man half his age. The young man is dressed in a simple robe. Behind his glasses, his eyes glint with fire. Moonje speaks: "Madhav, Mussolini was a man of great wisdom."
The young man is Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar, a lawyer. Moonje continues: "India needs some such Hindu as a dictator — like Mussolini or Hitler of the present day in Italy and Germany. To teach the citizens that all is within the State, nothing outside it, and nothing against it."
Golwalkar nods his head. "Yes, uncle. Every citizen must learn that to offer one’s all, even his dearest possessions, at the altar of motherland is the first and foremost duty of every son of this soil. We must struggle for the existence of our motherland and our national unity."
Golwalkar monologues: “Look at Italy! The old Roman Race consciousness of conquering the whole territory round the Mediterranean Sea, so long dormant, has roused itself and shaped the Racial-National aspirations accordingly." Moonje nods (perhaps dozing off) as Golwalkar talks.
Golwalkar continues: "The ancient Race spirit, which prompted the Germanic tribes to over-run the whole of Europe, has re-risen in modern Germany." Moonje lets out a snore, but the young lawyer continues to hold forth. He addresses the tea kettle, envisioning a grand audience.
Golwalkar is STILL talking: "Even so with us: our Race spirit has once again roused itself as is evidenced by the race of spiritual giants we have produced, and who today stalk the world in serene majesty. National consciousness blazes forth!" Moonje jolts and wakes. He speaks.
Moonje to Golwalkar: "Yes, young Madhav. Our leaders should imitate the Youth movement of Germany and the Balilla and Fascist organizations of Italy. They are eminently suited for introduction in India, adapting them to suit the special conditions." Golwalkar listens intently.
Moonje continues: "The idea of Fascism vividly brings out the conception of unity amongst people. India, particularly Hindu India, need some such Institution for the military regeneration of the Hindus. Our Institution, the RSS, is of this kind." Head in hands, Golwalkar ponders.
A thought strikes Golwalkar. He stands, shouting. Moonje jumps. Golwalkar, loudly: "The war goes on and has not been decided yet. The Race Spirit has been awakening. The world has to see the might of the regenerated Hindu Nation strike down the enemy’s hosts with its mighty arm!"

OPINION | As majoritarianism flourishes, so does the demonizing of those minorities whom members of the majority perceive as different, and, crucially, inferior, to themselves.

Actually the anti-people, anti-social trait is from the Supremacists who incite others against others. And the supremacists in India is hardly 4%.
The Subcontinent suffered under supremacist demonization of Shudras & Avarnas for nearly 2 millennia. Now muslims.

“World War II continues to be the most important war in history”
Antony Beevor recommends a #readinglist of #WW2 books:

On 28 Jun 1919 the Treaty of Versailles was signed at the Paris Peace Conference, formally bringing the First World War to an end.  The seeds that would subsequently grow and ripen into the Second World War had now been sown.  #ChaucerUniversity #TCEP #History #Politics #WW1 #WW2

Penguin stops printing Pedro Baños book after #Antisemitism claims. Investigation led by Julia Neuberger finds #Spanish edition of How They Rule the World has ‘echoes of Jewish conspiracy theories’

Here is announcing a prize of ₹1 lakh for anyone who can prove that an Aryan (distinct from krinvanto vishwam āryam) invasion/migration occurred during 1500-2000 BCE. Evidence has to be based on Indian sources. @NileshOak @RajivMessage @davidfrawleyved @ndtv @ShekharGupta

I don't know about that.This petroglyph of Balarama n Krishna is authentic n was found by a leading Pakistan archaeologist AH Dani 1st Cent CE
Accepted by the world academic community. From the Baltistan region
Nugget from Dr. Meenakshi Jain when I sent her the report on

Also this found by A H Dani
From Dr. Meenakshi Jain :))

For #FollowFriday, go follow @Oh_My_Hrithik, an org. which aims at normalising & destigmatising female fantasies & self-pleasure.
Also follow @MahamuniSrushti, a social justice blogger, she has written some amazing articles on female sexuality. Check them out on our website! #FF

Fighting against fascists is no less fascist; ultimately, conflict and war are the primary modes of human behaviour. In fact, they are at the root of the whole biology. Sri Aurobindo, however, shows the Evolutionary dimensions vis-à-vis Vedic aspirations ingrained in certain acts.

Rainbow & the Other: Outrage is contagious; Truth is not
Savitri Era Learning Forum (SELF - since 2005),
For eradication of intellectual malnutrition. @NathTusar

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