Monday, June 20, 2016

India nationalist fanning hatred against Chinese:


South Tibet or Indian so call "Arunachal Pradesh": China Territory still under India control


The race most hated by Hindus is Chinese. Indians accusation/lie of China intrusion shows up on India newspaper on monthly, or even on daily basis on certain months.

India hatred against China goes back to the time when Chinese save the world by defeating the world from  the worst imperialist not seen since Hitler -- India. Then India invented the "Forward Policy", an euphemism of invading China, behaving like a brave cowboy, perceiving China's restrain as cowardice.

To put things short, China was enough. India and her most elite units were defeated, in the most humiliating manner. Hindus cannot forget the insult and hope to get back against China. China is too powerful for India. India can only cry victim, accusing China as aggressor, and in numerous occasion, paint a picture of courageous resistant as though India had won Sino-Indian War,

Sino-Indian War is the most remembered war in modern India history, while China has downplay the war. All Chinese should be informed of Hindus hate against Chinese, and the most important source of Indian nationalism is anti China hatred.

Hindu nationalist Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) wants Indian schoolchildren to closely study and learn more about the 1962 war between India and China. India, led by Jawaharlal Nehru and the Indian National Congress at the time, lost the war. Even today, India’s defeat in 1962 continues to persist as a source of embarrassment. The RSS is closely ideologically aligned with many members of India’s current ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government.
The group is looking to highlight the accomplishments of the Indian military during the war, attributing India’s ultimate defeat to the policies pursued by the Congress government of the time: ”We can tell the children about one of the most embarrassing episodes of our history by highlighting the gallantry of our troops."
“History is a subject that should invoke a sense of pride in India and also a study of events that we should take lessons from. The Chinese aggression is one such episode and is likely to be included in history books,” another RSS member noted. The RSS’ push for broader education on the 1962 war is a sign that India’s Hindu nationalists won’t be eager to forget the country’s defeat in 1962.


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

What do you make of this? What is your opinion?
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Anonymous said...

https://robertlindsay.wordpress.com/2013/07/09/indians-angry-at-indian-hindus/