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Monitoring Indian Communists - 3
[url="http://www.hindustantimes.com/The-door-that-Karunanidhi-feared/H1-Article1-605297.aspx"]The door that Karunanidhi feared[/url]
Quote:The atheist in Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi (85) can be vulnerable before something that is said to portend bad omen. That’s why on Saturday, when he went to visit Thanjavur's 10th century Lord Ishwara (Shiva) temple to attend a government-sponsored function, he avoided entering through the main entrance on the east and took the southern door instead.

Why? The local belief is that former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated in October 1984 just a few weeks after she visited the temple and took the eastern entrance.

Former Tamil Nadu chief minister M.G. Ramachandran became sick after taking the same gate and did not recover.

He died in December 1987. From then the superstition grew that the east gate (not the temple, however) had destructive miraculous powers.

Raja Bhonsle, hereditary trustee of the temple, was dismissive about it. "Why should God punish anyone for entering the temple," he asked.

Karunanidhi had been to the temple to attend its millennium celebrations, where a large number of Bharatnatyam dancers performed.

Political analyst Cho Ramaswamy is not surprised at this. He said: “He (Karunanidhi) is masquerading as an atheist … he follows the advice of astrologers on auspicious timing … if he has worn a white angavastram (upper cloth) instead of the usual yellow, it must be on someone’s advice that its use would ward off evil.”
An exclusive survey of the once Maoist-dominated districts of the Telengana region by IMRB, well-known market research organisation, for The Times of India has found that while attitudes towards the rebels are ambivalent, the condemnation of the government and its means of tackling the problem is quite clear.

The findings raise disturbing questions about whether focusing largely on the policing aspects of the problem may be a flawed strategy in the long run. They also throw up another poser: Has the battle in AP truly been won or can the Maoists stage a comeback in a few years?

Read more: 58% in AP say Naxalism is good, finds TOI poll - The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india...z10mmyF5B1

[url="http://www.stratfor.com/weekly/20101117_pakistan_and_naxalite_movement_india?utm_source=SWeekly&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=101118&utm_content=readmore&elq=4131b8d4208348988255c1d3e60acac2"]Pakistan and the Naxalite Movement in India[/url]
Quote:Indian authorities are using the alleged meeting between LeT operatives and Naxalites as evidence that Pakistan is trying to forge relationships with the Naxalites, which India has long suspected. India blamed the LeT for the 2008 Mumbai attacks and the 2001 parliament attack. For the Indian public, LeT also has become synonymous with Pakistani intelligence operations. The group that Indian officials refer to as “LeT,” however, is no longer an ally of Pakistan and has changed so much in recent years that we have started to refer to it and similar groups as “neo-LeT”.

Before this latest accusation, Indian officials implicated at least six other militant groups in Naxalite activities (with varying degrees of Pakistani support). Linking the estimated 10,000-strong Naxalites to militant groups backed by Pakistan, India’s main geopolitical rival and primary source of external security threats, creates a “nightmare” scenario for India. Indeed, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has labeled the Naxalites “the biggest internal security challenge” to India. Taken at face value, reports of such an alliance lead to visions of well-trained, well-disciplined Naxal militants expanding their near-daily attacks on low-level rural targets in eastern India (known as the “Red Corridor”) to political and high-tech targets in Calcutta, Hyderabad or even New Delhi. But such visions are alarmist and do not reflect the true nature of the very limited Pakistani-Naxalite relationship.

[url="http://www.indianexpress.com/news/maoists-demand-mosque-at-babri-site/720879/"]Maoists demand mosque at Babri site[/url]
Quote:The CPI (Maoist) has given a call to observe Monday, December 6 — when the Babri Masjid was demolished in Ayodhya 18 years ago — as black day. The outfit has demanded that the mosque should be rebuilt at the same site and those who had demolished it must be punished severely.

In a signed press release issued by the Central Committee of CPI (Maoist), spokesperson Abhay said the Maoists had all along maintained that the land on which the Babri Masjid stood belonged to Muslims and it should be given back to them.

The outfit said “Hindu fundamentalists made the 500-year-old Babri Masjid a controversial site by claiming it as the birth place of Lord Ram and on that pretext many a time instigated communal disturbances in the country killing thousands of Muslims”.

“Demolition of Babri Masjid was the biggest attack by Hindu fascists in the history of our country. The likes of L K Advani, Ashok Singhal, Murli Manohar Joshi, Praveen Togadia, Uma Bharati, Sadhvi Ritambara, who were directly involved in it, were not punished by any court even till today,” the statement sent.
[url="http://www.indianexpress.com/news/cong-hedges-nac-comes-out-binayak-verdict-is-a-disgrace/729389/0"]Cong hedges, NAC comes out: Binayak verdict is a disgrace[/url]

Quote:The Congress may have been guarded in its response to the sentencing of Binayak Sen to life imprisonment on charges of sedition but key members of the powerful Sonia Gandhi-led National Advisory Council have lambasted the Chhattisgarh trial court ruling calling it a “crime,” a “disgrace” to democracy, a politically motivated “kangaroo trial”.
Congress Maoist nexus is quite in the open now.

[url="http://www.telegraphindia.com/1101229/jsp/nation/story_13364399.jsp"]Cong uneasy with Sen sentence[/url]

Quote:The life term handed to rights activist Binayak Sen has led to a deep sense of disquiet among Congress leaders and the unease can be felt at different levels, beyond even those known for their left-of-centre views.

If general secretary Digvijay Singh, who had argued against a military solution to the Maoist problem, sought a review of the Chhattisgarh trial court’s sentence, others voiced “strong disapproval” of the punishment.

Sen, Maoist ideologue Narayan Sanyal and Calcutta-based businessman Piyush Guha were on Friday sentenced to life in prison for sedition. Fifty-eight-year-old Sen, a paediatrician by training and vice-president of the People’s Union of Civil Liberties, was charged with acting as a courier for Sanyal.

“I feel that Sen is a very fine human being and because of this, the judgment against him needs to be reviewed,” Digvijay said.

Others feared the punishment given to Sen “would send a wrong message”.

“Any sensitive person will have a problem with the verdict,” a Congress minister told The Telegraph on the condition that he wouldn’t be named because of legal issues. “This is not going to help our efforts in addressing the sense of alienation among the tribal people either.”

Most Congress leaders are willing to believe that Sen might have had links with Maoists and could even be labelled a “sympathiser” but feel the punishment is extremely harsh.

Party spokesperson Shakeel Ahmed, however, refused comment on the verdict. “We don’t usually comment on court verdicts. The higher judiciary will look into the matter and hence we will not even comment on the merit of the case,” Ahmed said today.

Asked if the Congress would ignore the unrest among a section of civil society and rights activists after Sen’s conviction, Ahmed said: “We have learnt from the media that there are discrepancies in the case. We would like the prosecuting agencies and the judiciary to address these concerns. We hope the higher judiciary will look into these issues.”

The party’s official response stopped short of demanding a review but the hint was it was not happy with the verdict.

Asked if the Congress saw any merit in the responses of rights activists, Ahmed said: “The judiciary should address the discrepancies in the case keeping in mind the support extended to Dr Sen by some sections of the society and the issues raised by them.”

Quizzed on whether the Congress thinks there should be a greater degree of tolerance for alternative views on complex issues like the Maoist menace in a liberal society, the spokesperson said Naxalism was “not a simple law and order” problem.

“We have always supported a holistic approach. If there are genuine grievances of the people, they should be addressed,” he said.

Asked about space in society for Maoist sympathisers and ideologues, Ahmed said “there cannot be any lenient view” on persons who believe in violence and kill innocent citizens.

“The law of the land has to be upheld by governments. But if someone had joined the Naxalites and wants to return to the mainstream after realising his or her mistake, they should be given a chance. (But) those who support killing of innocent persons should be dealt with firmly,” the spokesperson added.

Does the party think Sen supports killing innocent people? The Congress would rather let the courts decide that.
Binayak Sen was involved in Maoist activities, Congress just looks for vote, not for security of India or its citizens.
They are preparing for future convert vote because there is no such thing as Maoist vote.

This is plain christist agenda masquerading as sociology studies. ISI (Indian Social Institute) is flush full of Christists and Jesuits, and has links to Sonia Gandhis's NAC.
Quote:While the People’s Tribunal that saw NAC members Harsh Mander and Ram Dayal Munda participate in on several occassions was organized by the Jesuit outfit JESA, it is interesting to note that cross pollination between Jean Dreze’s activism and Catholic groups goes as far back as 1992. More recently August of 2010 the AICUF a Catholic Organization held its 5th National Convention. The Right to Information Campaign (NCPRI) featured prominently on its agenda. The keynote speaker was Sonia Gandhi’s National Advisory Council Member – Aruna Roy.

Quote:Kanchan Gupta

I spent weeks tracking Binayak Sen story in C'garh, wrote a full length report on it. Strangely, faced pressure from European 'charities'.
[url="http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_christian-leaders-distressed-over-conviction-of-binayak-sen_1489314"]Christian leaders distressed over conviction of Binayak Sen[/url]

Quote:The All India Christian Council (AICC) today expressed "deep distress" at the "systematic targeting and persecution" of human rights activists Binayak Sen and Teesta Setalvad by government agencies as well as by organised groups.

In a statement, the AICC regional secretary Madhu Chandra, said, "India’s future as a vibrant secular democracy requires an abiding commitment to civil liberties and human dignity of its citizens."

The AICC also listed "erosion of freedom of faith and disregard of special rights for vulnerable sections" such as tribals and dalits as "major issues" facing the nation.

The Christian Council wished all fellow citizens’ peace, security, and a share in the national prosperity. "Freedom of faith and human rights were special victims last year and the last decade. We recall the anti-Muslim pogrom in Gujarat in 2002 and the pre-planned mass violence against Christians in Kandhamal and other districts of Orissa as well as Karnataka," Joseph D’souza, AICC president said.

D’souza urged the Union government to "proactively resolve the unprecedented prison term" for humanist physician Binayak Sen and bring to an end the "harassment of brave activist" Teesta Setalvad who, according to him is "currently targeted" by both state and rightwing fundamentalist organisations.

"We call upon the government to ensure that a bill against communal violence is brought before Parliament which fully addresses the fears of micro-minorities such as the Christians in India. The Christian Council fully supports the demands of dalit Christians and Muslims and we hope the government and Supreme Court grant them justice in 2011," the release read.
Quote:Army asks govt if they can attack Maoists


Updated Jan 02, 2011 at 01:46pm IST

New Delhi: The army wants to know how its troops should respond if attacked by Maoists in Chhattisgarh.

The army has sought clarifications on a host of issues, called rules of engagement, from the Chhattisgarh government through the Defence Ministry.

Some of the clarifications sought are - can they shoot back in self defence, can they counter attack, can they carry out reconnaissance or gather intelligence?

The queries come ahead of plans to set up a maneuver training range for counter insurgency operations near the Maoist dominated Abujhmad forests in Chattisgarh.

There are also some administrative issues involved in setting up the training range.

The army wants a road laid to the site of the range for which some forest clearance has to be done.

But the state government has laid down strict conditions for the range, which include no displacement of the local population and no large scale felling of trees.

[url="http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/Peace-march-held-to-show-solidarity-for-Dr-Binayak-Teesta/articleshow/7219510.cms#ixzz1A7yg8P8U"]Peace march held to show solidarity for Dr Binayak, Teesta[/url]

Quote:NEW DELHI: Over 200 people from the Christian community gathered at the India Gate on Tuesday to protest the conviction of Dr Binayak Sen. Protesters held a candle-light march and shouted slogans demanding immediate review of the life sentence awarded to Dr Sen and police case against human rights activist Teesta Setalvad. The march began at 6 pm and ended with a peace prayer. Placards with messages like 'in solidarity with Teesta and Binayak' written on them were seen all throughout the march.

The protesters alleged that states like Chattisgarh and Gujarat were unjustifiably targeting the rights activists to silence dissenting voices. Father Dominic Emmanuel of the Delhi Catholic Archdiocese and John Dayal, member of the National Integration Council of Government of India, were among those present.

Dayal said the Central government has been playing a mute spectator to the harassment of rights activists in the states. "Human rights defenders are being targeted and silenced by all sorts of forces - from sections of the judiciary, administration and police on one hand to political extremists on the other. We maybe small and powerless, but as people committed to peace and justice, we cannot remain silent to such erosion of truth and justice," said Dayal.

He added that they have sent a memorandum to the Prime Minister and Chief Justice of India, expressing deep concern of the Christian community on this issue.

"We demand that authorities should stop hounding these two activists. The sentencing of Sen to life must be reviewed and the police case against Setalvad rescinded," said Fr. Emmanuel.
[url="http://ibnlive.in.com/news/eu-to-witness-binayak-sens-bail-hearing/141270-3.html"]EU to witness Binayak Sen's bail hearing[/url]

Quote:The European Union is sending a team for Human rights activist Binayak Sen's bail hearing at the Chattisgarh High Court in Bilaspur on Monday.

The External Affairs ministry has informed the Home Ministry to this effect. According to sources, The European Union delegation, will include representatives of Delhi based diplomatic missions from Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Sweden and the UK.

[quote name='dhu' date='29 December 2010 - 10:27 AM' timestamp='1293598195' post='110047']

They are preparing for future convert vote because there is no such thing as Maoist vote.

This is plain christist agenda masquerading as sociology studies. ISI (Indian Social Institute) is flush full of Christists and Jesuits, and has links to Sonia Gandhis's NAC.


Maybe a hint could be here

And now S. Korean Jeebusians are dragged into the defense of Maoist Binayak Sen .

[url="http://m.timesofindia.com/PDATOI/articleshow/8057703.cms"]Binayak Sen gets South Korean human rights prize[/url]

Quote:NEW DELHI: Civil rights activist Binayak Sen, recently freed on bail by the Supreme Court in a sedition case, has been honoured with the 2011 Gwangju Prize for Human Rights, South Korea's most prestigious award for those working on peace, democracy and justice in Asia.

The award was announced yesterday by 2011 Gwangju Prize Committee in Seoul.

The prize, which carries a sum of USD 50,000 is awarded each year on May 18 -- on the anniversary of the May 1980 Gwangju democratic uprising -- to a person or organisation who has made significant contributions in the field of human rights and democracy.

"Dr Sen, as an accomplished medical practitioner has distinguished himself by his devotion to providing health services for the poor and by his strong advocacy against human rights violations and structural violence inflicted on the poor," the award jury said in a statement on the website of May 18 Memorial Foundation.

"He has also been active in the People's Union for Civil Liberties documenting human rights violations occurring during the anti-Naxalite conflict," it said.

The jury this year received 32 nominations from countries all around Asia. Xanana Gusmao, the leader of the East Timore struggle for independence was the first awardee of the Gwangju Prize when it was launched in 2000, while Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi won it in 2004. Irom Sharmila, the Manipuri human rights activist, is the previous Indian winner of the Gwangju Prize.
Over the years, the Left extremists have taking advantage of the poverty and under development in the rural areas of several States have organised the Maoist movement. It slowly and gradually gathered strength and became a militant organisation whose original aim was to conduct an armed power struggle, not only against the State but against the democratic institutions of India. It instigated the rural population to join in this armed struggle, which in turn will bring salvation to the masses.

In course of time, the Maoists started extortion from the wealthy to finance their movement and started procuring arms from various sources, including raids on police stations. Since the proclaimed aim of the movement was to bring in economic improvement of the rural poor, a few left leaning intellectuals joined in to provide moral support to the movement. It took years for the movement to gather strength and a stage came when the organisation started posing serious threat to the State itself and started running a parallel administration in certain parts of the country.

In the initial years of the movement, not much attention was paid either by the Central or the State Governments. This gave a false sense of strength amongst the Maoist organisation in the various States. They stated organising themselves into a interstate militant organisation and started carrying out serious armed raids, not only against public property but also started physically eliminating its opponents including public servants.

The real cause of the growth of this movement had been the lack of economic development in certain pockets of the country. This resulted in continued struggle against poverty for the people of these under developed areas. We need not go into the causes of this neglect by the State of these areas of the country and the people leaving in these areas, as that is not the aim of this blog.

The continued neglect of the affected areas, allowed the Maoist movement to gather strength. The outfit became a serious security threat to the nation. In recent times, it has carried out large scale subversive activities which caused the death of several hundred civilians as well as government officials.

We cannot blame any particular political formation for the continued neglect of these areas and the people staying in these areas. In fact, it is a collective failure on the part of all political parties that resulted in this situation.

During the last three years, serious efforts were started by the Central and various State Governments to contain the situation. It was realised that development work in the affected areas needs to be undertaken in conjunction with police action. Certain sections of the civil society felt that it is a socio economic problem and needs to be resolved through negotiations. They were totally opposed to any police action against the Maoists. This resulted in a stalemate, as divergent views and strategies came into play.

The indecision on the part of the policy and decision makers resulted in the loss of many innocent lives. Finally when the law enforcing forces were inducted in the affected areas, they were hampered in their efforts by uncoordinated action on the part of various State forces and lack of intelligence. The sudden induction of central forces saw heavy casualties as they were easy targets as sitting ducks.

Slowly but steadily the Para military and police forces were geared up to meet the challenge. Modern and new equipment were provided to the forces and they were trained in counter insurgency jungle warfare. Efforts were made to build up the intelligence gathering machinery . At the same tile, serious efforts were made for the economic development of the affected areas. The development efforts were opposed by bthe Maoists and this resulted in slowing down of many projects. However, in course of time the policy of opposition to development alienated a considerable section of the rural population against the Maoists. They realised that supporting the insurgents are not in their interest. A few of them started switching sides and that gave the State the much needed intelligence, particularly regarding the movement of the armed Maoist elements within the dense jungles.

These developments finally yielded results. The chief organiser in the Eastern Sector Shri Kishanji, who was reported to be responsible for at least 70 killings was finally gunned down by the security forces on the 24th of November. It is the biggest success of the security forces in recent times. Let us hope now better sense will prevail amongst the rest of his team and they will come to the negotiation table, bringing an end to bloodshed and insecurity.
Communists controlling Shimla are all from elite schools


CT http://canarytrap.in/2012/06/25/communis...e-schools/

– June 25, 2012Posted in: Editor's Pick, Politics


The takeover of the country’s oldest Municipality in Shimla by young members of the CPM as Mayor and Deputy Mayor is a piece of history I witnessed by the sheer accident of being present in the celebrated Hill Station.
Can note how christo-communists (maoist) use same modus operandi as the christian terrorist outfits NLFT, NSCN etc in the northeast did when ethnically cleansing the native Hindoos and preventing them from voting in elections. The sort of "mob rule" that AAP - which has christocommunist (maoist) murderers in its party like christists Sabyasachi Panda and Binayak Sen - has promised to bring:

1. sbs.com.au/news/article/2014/04/18/india-election-marred-rebel-threats

Quote:18 Apr 2014 - 12:02am

India election marred by rebel threats

[img caption:] [color="#0000FF"]Voters have turned out to polling booths across India despite threats from leftist rebels who have called for an election boycott.

UPDATED 12:36 PM - 18 Apr 2014.Indians have cast their ballots on the biggest day of voting in the country's general election, streaming into polling stations even in areas where leftist rebels threatened violence.[/color]

Nationwide voting began on April 7 and runs through to May 12, with results for the 543-seat lower house of Parliament to be announced four days later.

Among the 13 key states voting on Thursday was Chhattisgarh, now the centre of a four-decade Maoist insurgency that has affected more than a dozen of India's 28 states.

With roadside bombings, jungle ambushes and hit-and-run raids, the rebels aim for nothing short of sparking a full-blown peasant revolt as they accuse the government and corporations of plundering resources and stomping on the rights of the poor.

But authorities say that amid the bloodshed, there are signs that the rebels have waning support - including lines of voters shuffling into polling booths in rebel strongholds.

"I want a good life for my baby, security and peace," said Neha Ransure, a 25-year-old woman who was voting in the Chhattisgarh town of Rajnandgaon.

"The rebels are bad. They kill our soldiers. I don't go outside of town. It is too dangerous."

Rebels always threaten to disrupt Indian elections, and this year is no different.

While Rajnandgaon was peaceful on Thursday, rebels set off a bomb near a group of polling officials and security forces in the neighbouring district of Kanker but no one was hurt, police said.

Another blast injured three paramilitary soldiers and a driver in the state of Jharkhand, where they also blew up railway lines.

More than 4800 people, including about 2850 civilians, have been killed nationwide since 2008 in what Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has called India's biggest internal security threat.

(^Note unreported christian genocide of Hindus: all India's maoists are christian. 2850 civilians - heathen natives - have been killed by these christian-communist demons.)

Despite the rebel calls for an election boycott, voter turnout was 59 per cent last week in the rebel's unruly heartland of Bastar.
Poor natives: they're risking life and limb to vote. They must realise it's now or never.

If the People's Party of India (Communist) = AAP ever comes to power, they will refer to themselves as 'democratic' (just like the christocommunist party ruling Nepal does) and make a big show of allowing elections, restricting the threats not to "don't vote, or else" but to "you better vote for us, or else".

2. sbs.com.au/news/article/2014/04/12/rebels-kill-12-anti-election-campaign

Quote:12 Apr 2014 - 8:25pm

Rebels kill 12 in anti-election campaign

[Img of the evil christocommunist demons plaguing the native heathen homeland of the Hindoos.]

Maoist rebels are being blamed for the deaths of 12 people in separate attacks in central India, in the lead up to a national election. Source AAP UPDATED 10:00 PM - 12 Apr 2014Police say Indian Maoist rebels killed 12 people in two separate attacks in the central state of Chhattisgarh as they continue a campaign of violence aimed at disrupting a five-week national election.

Police Director General A.N. Upadhyay says a land mine set by the rebels exploded Saturday and killed five election officials and two bus drivers travelling from Kutru to Bijapur before planned balloting there next week. The blast also injured four people.

In another attack, the rebels killed five paramilitary soldiers travelling in the remote Darbha Forest.

The rebels have also asked voters to boycott the polls.

(Aka threatened voters not to vote "Or Else". Same as how christian outfits threatened the native Hindoos of the NE not to vote.)

They have been fighting since the 1960s for a greater share of natural wealth and more jobs for the poor.

(The usual coverstory christianism uses when colluding with communism.)

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has called them India's greatest internal security threat.

[color="#800080"](Why is he even talking? He's part of that threat.)[/color]

3. sbs.com.au/news/article/2014/04/13/maoists-kill-14-india-poll-violence

Quote:3 Apr 2014 - 5:14am

Maoists kill 14 in India poll violence

<Img of poor brave Indian election security personnel murdered brutally by the evil christo-communist vermin infesting India>

[photo caption:] Violence in central India, which has claimed the lives of 14 people, comes as Indians cast ballots in the resort state of Goa and in the northeast.



UPDATED 1:06 PM - 13 Apr 2014

Maoist rebels have killed 14 people in two poll-related blasts in an insurgency-hit region of central India, police say, highlighting the major security challenges faced in staging the nation's marathon general elections.

The violence, the deadliest since the elections began last Monday, came as Indians cast ballots in the southern resort state of Goa and in the far-flung northeast in another round of the multi-phase elections that wind up May 12 with results four days later.

Most of those killed on Saturday were charged with ensuring election voter safety or other polling-related tasks.

Seven polling officials died when Maoists blew up their bus in the state of Chhattisgarh, senior police officer Gurjinder Pal Singh said on Saturday. Five others were injured.

"The Maoists triggered the landmine blasts," said Singh, a key official in ensuring election safety in the state.

Five security men who were carrying out an election safety sweep and who hitched a ride in an ambulance were killed in another landmine blast.

The ambulance driver and a paramedic were also killed in that blast, which created a huge crater. Four men were injured two "very seriously", Singh said.

The Maoists have called for a boycott of the elections.

There was no voting in Chhattisgarh on Saturday - polling began there on April 10 with two more rounds scheduled in the state on April 17 and April 24.

The Maoists sometimes target ambulances, as security officials are reported to use such vehicles to attract less attention.

But in this case, Singh said the security men had taken a lift in the ambulance as it was travelling without a patient.

The blasts, less than an hour apart, came days after Maoist rebels killed three soldiers guarding polling officials in Chhattisgarh in a gunbattle.

The deaths underscored security difficulties facing election organisers in India. Separatist and Maoist insurgencies occupy large swathes of India's northeast, northwest and central regions.

4. sbs.com.au/news/article/2014/04/15/indias-maoists-apologise-after-landmine

Quote:India's Maoists apologise after landmine

(Typical christian tactic: pretend to "apologise" after christoterrorising)

India's Maoist rebels have issued a public apology after a deadly weekend landmine attack on a bus carrying election officials, calling it a "big mistake".

Seven temporary workers for the Election Commission were killed last Saturday in the restive central state of Chhattisgarh when the bus they were travelling in exploded.

It was one of two deadly attacks on the same day, with five paramilitaries killed in another landmine explosion in Chhattisgarh.

In a statement received by AFP on Tuesday, the Maoists said they targeted the bus because they had mistakenly assumed it was packed with security personnel.

"Those who have died were not our enemies. It was an incident which was caused because of our negligence. We are taking it very seriously," a spokesman for the Maoists said in the statement.

(Yes they were maoists' enemies: the massacred believed in democracy and were taking part in elections, which the evil maoist christo-demons had strictly banned on pain of death.)

"Please don't treat it as an act of human rights violation. It was a big mistake that happened because of a serious lapse in our judgement."

(What play-acting. Thwarting Indian elections was maoists' stated objective, as seen even in the the titles of the above news articles. As seen every time elections appeared.

And killing civilians to intimidate these - and scare these away from voting - is the means the maoists=christians employ.

So of course it is an act of "human rights violation". More than that, it is an act of outright, deliberated murder and has grown to *genocide*: thousands of civilians murdered by maoism=christocommunism in just a few years.

And AAP specifically consists of the leaders of these guys: mass-murdering christo-maoists Sabyasachi Panda and Binayak Sen famously among them.)

Several of those who were killed on the bus were teachers, according to Indian media reports.

The attacks have heightened fears of unrest in the Maoists' stronghold during the nationwide elections which began on April 7 but are being boycotted by the Maoists.

The rebels have been waging a deadly campaign since 1967 for a communist society, pledging to topple what they call India's "semi-colonial, semi-feudal" form of rule.

The insurgency has cost tens of thousands of lives, with some of the deadliest violence focused around the so-called "Red Corridor" stretching through central and eastern India.

Viral demons. Why don't these people get lost from India?

Christo-maoists/communists must be shipped back to monotheist central TSP/BD, which was carved out specifically for the monotheisms. India belongs to the natives, i.e. the heathens. Not to those infected by the mindviruses.

Enough of native dead, of native police/security forces having to lay down their lives defending the nation against these christo-maoist terrorists internally infesting it. Indian civilians should take the Roman example and join in the fight against those sloganising allegedly on behalf of the "people" (aka the communists):

Here, better and shorter in others' words. Stolen from some review of Kubrick's sword 'n sandals technicolour -

Quote:(Historically, the real Spartacus and his slave army could have escaped from Italy, but instead went on a wild looting and stealing spree across the Italian countryside, thus eliminating any moral advantage they had over their corrupt Roman masters, and also throwing away their chance to gain permanent freedom. This led many sympathetic Romans to join the fight to crush the slave revolt, which was done, brutally).

The native heathen civilians should likewise join their representational, civilisational police force and help crush the communist/maoist monotheist disease.

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