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Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-22-2012

Back to Square 1 in 65 years



In 1948, Nizam had 2 lakh razakars



Today PFI has 1 lakh jihadists in South India



For comparison, Indian army is just 1 million



However the 2 lakh razakars ran away from 40k Indian army in 5 days



PFI is behind expel North Easterners



How did they know who exactly is a North easterner to send SMS ?



If you add up Radical Indian islamist groups like PFI, SIMI, NDF, etc, you essentially come up with a number equal to half the Indian muslim population of able-bodied male


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-22-2012

Half the Norh easterners in South India are xtians



Religion of Love vs Religion of Peace


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-22-2012

On 16/07/2012, Pritilata Mandal (14 years), D/o- Sujay Mandal, Village- Sangur, PS- Sonarpur, Dist- South 24 Parganas was abducted by Mostafa Naskar (16 years), S/o- Mojammil Naskar and Muslima Naskar. Guardians of the girl reported to police on 18/07/2012. Police, at first, refused to take any complain. Later, on insistence, a police officer, Ashis Chakraborty went to the house of the boy for interrogation along with the guardians of the girl.



Parents of the boy acknowledged the incident and expressed their consent. On return, police asked the guardians of the girl to lodge a missing diary and refused to any complain. The Missing diary was lodged on 19/07/2012 vide number 2234.



Even after repeated requests, when police did not took the issue seriously and refused to lodge any complain, the family of the girl approached the Court. Finally, on 25/07/2012, the Baruipur Court instructed the SDPO and local police to lodge a complain and take necessary action. A formal complain wasa finally lodged on 25/07/2012 vide number 1487. On 12/08/2012, the parents of the boy was arrested and produced to court.



The court has awarded 7 days of police custody to them. Now, the local Muslims are creating huge pressure on the family of the girl to withdraw the case otherwise threatening them with severe consequences.



Source : South Bengal Herald





This is in West Bengal


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-22-2012

bbc = India's north-eastern Naga groups in 'evict Muslims' call

By Subir Bhaumik

Calcutta



Hundreds of thousands of Muslims are marking the festival of Eid inside heavily guarded relief camps in Assam

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Tribal groups in India's north-eastern Nagaland state have said they will evict Muslim Bangladeshi migrants "illegally settled on our lands".



Tensions have been rising in the north-east following clashes between indigenous Bodos and Muslims in neighbouring Assam state in July.



Thousands of people from the north-east have also fled many Indian cities after threats of revenge attacks by Muslims.



Over the years, the Bengali Muslim population in Nagaland has grown.



'Dire consequences'

"We have nothing against anybody's religion but we cannot tolerate illegal settlers who are encroaching on our land and resources," said Joel Kath of the Naga Council, whose group has said it will identify the "illegal Bangladeshis" and push them out of Nagaland.



Nagaland's Chief Secretary Pu Lalthara warned the Naga Council of "dire consequences" if they took the law into their own hands as it is the government's job to deal with anyone who is in the state illegally.



But the Naga Council has now got support from two other powerful local groups, the Naga Hoho and the Naga Students Federation (NSF).



Correspondents say tension is running high in Dimapur, Nagaland's commercial hub and Muslims who are mostly small traders and wage-earning labourers, are staying indoors fearing assault.


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-23-2012

If a woman cop can be molested in public by Indian muslims, with no consequence, then think of what they will do to your mother, sister, wife and daughter and niece


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-23-2012

Lets Analyse why the Bodos were successful in their counter-jihad



1. They had fought against Indian army for decades and learnt actual combat skills, instead of just mob rioting like muslims



2. They got good supply of AK-47 from many sources, including Bangladesh DGFI . AK-47 defeats islamic breeding



3. They used their jati-caste structure

as a counter to muslim mosque mobilisation



4. The bodos did not make use of sangh parivar. The sangh parivar is toothless barking dog

and Sangh reprisals are crippled by psec press



5. In Assam, they are part of congress vote bank and muslims are out of congress vote bank, so congress will not act against them locally for fear of losing local vote bank. Not being part of bjp front, allows them more freedom to act



6. Incidentally the LTTE used AK47 to clear Jaffna of 50000 muslims in 3 days in 1991



7. Muslims are very good at mob rioting but very poor in actual combat

In the bosnian civil war, until the US intervened, the Serbs despite being outnumbered 2 to 1, were thrashing the muslims


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-24-2012

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/manipur-cop-mistaken-for-bodo-missing-in-assam-for-over-a-month/992306/



Manipur cop killed by Bangladeshi rioters


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-24-2012

Bodo MLA , Brahma arrested by Sonia Congress, because Owaisi demands that the Bodos be crushed


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-24-2012

Owaisi is the new Jinnah


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-24-2012

Does it matter if an islamist kills you with a sword, a petrol can , or a bomb blast or an AK-47



50000 jihadis rioted in Mumbai, and over all lakhs rioted



They are already radicalised


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-24-2012

http://www.newslaundry.com/2012/08/burn-burn-while-we-watch/


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-24-2012

There were 17 people on the dais. Four of those are suspected to have made inflammatory speeches. But even before the speeches was made, according to NDTV 24X7, there was CCTV footage to show mobs getting on to local trains armed with hockey sticks, kerosene and other riotous material. At 3 pm, Maulana Gulam Abdul Kadri made a provocative speech and a mob of around 3,000 came out of Azad Maidan with banners, flags and bamboo sticks. They were joined by mobs from the Chhatrapati Sivaji Terminus railway station – and the violence began. - above url


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-24-2012

So the muslims who rioted were not even listening to the rabid mullah, but rather a pre-planned assault team


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-24-2012

Nobody on TV wanted to talk about the reasons and the people behind the violence. And we may never know who these people were because everyone is shying away from naming them. Why hadn’t we heard from Barkha Dutt or Rajdeep Sardesai? Only on Arnab’s show did anyone come close to naming the Maulana who had been making the inflammatory speech accusing the media of not reporting atrocities committed on Muslims in India.

According to Kanchan Gupta, Editorial Director-Niti Digital: “There are some fundamental problems about the media’s coverage of the issue. The sequence of events was never reflected in the coverage. Who is this mullah who was brought in from UP who made inflammatory speeches? Why is that not being questioned? There are photographic images of all those who were rioting. Why have they still not been arrested?

However, there are some local channels in Maharashtra who initially reported it well before they started getting the calls. A local channel was the first one to show the footage of the Commissioner scolding the DCP for arresting a rioter. The media are not covering this incident, they are covering it up. They feel liable for protecting the minority community, but not all Muslims are rioters. Then why?”

Why wasn’t anyone in the media willing to step on any political toes or name the people who were involved? Were they being “communally” sensitive? Not naming those who were responsible. And definitely not naming any religion. No mention from most channels that it was a Muslim mob that started attacking the media and the police. Had it been the other way round though, wouldn’t the media have gone to town with the fact that a Hindu mob had gone on a rampage? - above url


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-24-2012

No matter how long these debates carried on or who was louder (it was Arnab all the way) there still existed an eerie silence, especially on television news channels on the events of that day. One would expect that news channels would be forthright and be as condemning of the riots as they were of any other riots that have taken place elsewhere. So what happened? Did the channels collectively take a decision to tone down the Muslim instigation of the riots in order to prevent a backlash from Hindus? The position which many channels seem to have taken is to have refrained from naming the Muslim community to avoid any kind of a riotous situation. That would make for a compelling argument if it’s a policy followed in every instance of any kind of religious flare-up. But wouldn’t this just strengthen the argument of the Hindu Right that the media only gets after Hindus and not Muslims? - above url


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-24-2012

Explaining NDTV India’s lack of coverage on the day of the incident, Abhishek Sharma, Mumbai Bureau Chief – NDTV India said:

“It was a high-pressure situation, cops were beaten up, media was under attack and even women cops were molested. We had to take an editorial call. The pictures coming in were gory, if we had simply shown them the situation could have flared up all over India. Hum sheher ke mahaul ko samajhte hain. - above url


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-24-2012

My crew was also beaten up by the police and the protestors but we didn’t take the ‘our crew is in danger’ angle for the story, like some other media channels. It was only after 40 minutes that we started raising questions and our reporters have since been investigating why it happened. We also showed the video of the Commissioner scolding the DCP in public for arresting a rioter.

For around 15 days before the riot, Muslim communities had been calling us on our landline. It has never happened before. They were asking us why we weren’t showing images of the Assam riots. They were calling us because they feel we are secular and would show it. We told them that there was no independent verification of those images. The Muslim community wanted information which the mainstream media wasn’t providing. It was also wrong on the part of the Urdu press to have shown the images without verification”. - above url


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-24-2012

Nobody on TV wanted to talk about the reasons and the people behind the violence. And we may never know who these people were because everyone is shying away from naming them. Why hadn’t we heard from Barkha Dutt or Rajdeep Sardesai? Only on Arnab’s show did anyone come close to naming the Maulana who had been making the inflammatory speech accusing the media of not reporting atrocities committed on Muslims in India. - above url


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-24-2012

As I watch the comments section of various news reports, what is heartening is that the muslim violence in Mumbai has made even xtians support Narendra Modi



I see lots of mutual support between North easterners and mainland Hindus


Bodo vs Bangladeshi - G.Subramaniam - 08-24-2012

As I watch the comments section of various news reports, what is heartening is that the muslim violence in Mumbai has made even xtians support Narendra Modi



I see lots of mutual support between North easterners and mainland Hindus