Along with ‘Satta’, ‘Fear’ also transferred in 47!

Tie the fact that surrender to power, its devotion is the most serious disorder of the mood of Hindus. We forget all self and independence, self esteem in front of power. The Hindu mood has two extremes. Sitting on power, if there is a chance to be his slave mansabdar, then fearless, brave soldiers, Hindus with fifty-six inches chest, otherwise away from power, living life in fear and devotion. Escapist and Surrenderist! .. then it should be known that what was our fearlessness before 1947 and how was the ‘power’ transfer in 1947?

‘Fear’ is our DNA then how free journalism? -2: The India canvas of pre-independence was political. Meaning that fight in India, that struggle, was not revolutionary like the Russian Revolution to overthrow tsarism or the battles of Mao’s ‘Long March’ or the American freedom struggle. In fact, the British were ruling politics in the spirit of ‘terrible’ Hindus. Then 1917-1947 was roughly the time of that politics of the British-Congress-Muslim League triangle, at the end of which, where there was division, there was a transfer of ‘power’ from master to slave without change of system. It is not surprising that India is that rare country which has ‘terrible’ citizens even after independence. This is being understood by the country and the citizens without understanding. India is adopting all the laws that the British made for slaves, to keep Indians in fear (from press control to sedition).

It is believed that the day of 14-15 August 1947 was the day of transfer of power from the British in the sub-continent. That transfer was of ready-made structures of power. In that transfer of power, there was no new system of freedom, public rights, which made people fearless. Those were complementary goals, things to say, which were written down in the Constitution. Why so? The reason is the Hindu nature and its psyche. The humility and inferiority in the thinking of the Hindus does not have to be understood that without personal human freedom or life outside the cage, man is not free, but bound, slave-depressed-fearful and dependent.

Mahatma Gandhi was a great hero in the politics before 1947, so his basis was Hindu Sangat built in Hindu core. From that was the politics of the Congress and also the ruckus that the waves of the ocean of Hindus divided among castes have shaken the English ship. In reality, that outburst was meaningless. On the contrary, the truth was that from 1942 to 1947, in the mutual politics of British vs Congress vs Muslim League, the dreaded direct action violence of fighting was either of Muslims or of external circumstances and accidental events!

At present, if we are talking about Hindu psychics, then the question is, how many freedom fighter workers and leaders were there in the population of 25-30 crores? Consider the Congress movement. The middle of the Quit India Movement from the Dandi March of 1930 to 1942 was the peak of the mass movement. The figures during that period are that some sixty thousand people were arrested during the Dandi March and one lakh during the Quit India Movement. In contrast, during the Quit India Movement, the number of Indian soldiers who fought on the side of the British in the Second World War was 2.5 million. In these 47,746 Indian soldiers died and 65 thousand were injured. Similarly, in the First World War 1.5 million Indians fought for the British.

So, British or Mughal, it has always been easy for us Hindus to surrender to power and fight for it. Then remember the battle of Mansingh as the commander of Akbar in Afghanistan or the Indian soldiers who fought for the British in the first and second world wars. Then tie the knot back to the fact that surrender to power, its devotion is the most serious disorder of the mood of Hindus. We forget all self and independence, self esteem in front of power. There are two extremes of the Hindu mood. Sitting on power, if there is a chance to become his mansabdar, then fearless, brave soldiers, Hindus with fifty six inches chest, otherwise away from power, then living life in fear and devotion. Escapist and Surrenderist!

So what is the single point of the substance? ‘Power’! Why? Because it is in the grip of power that Hindus have lived and lived in the mood of both slavery and fear for centuries!

The identity of the time before 1947 will also be reflected in the difference in the behavior of the conquerors of India versus the slaves. Think, how soon did the Muslims, who ruled Hindus for centuries, found Pakistan, fearing violent direct action? Not only this, fearlessly taking Pakistan and calling it an Islamic country immediately. Waging a new battle for Kashmir. On the contrary, Hindus living in fear were in dilemma then. Should we call ourselves Hindus or not? Population swap or not? Won’t we be disgraced by this? If Muslims are stopping then how to remove them? Now that they are living, it will be safe for us to live as secular-secular!

The fact is that as soon as Jinnah-Liaquat Ali took direct action in the Pakistan Mission, Gandhi-Nehru, Congress, Hindus were so afraid that the British agreed to Pakistan immediately. Neither did Gandhi stick to the vow of partition, nor did the Nehru-Patel-Congress have the courage to accept that if partition is to be stopped, then Mohammad Ali considers Jinnah as the Prime Minister! Think, what was the heart of Hindu fearlessness-fearlessness at that time? What was the nature of the movements/revolts/events of the Hindu leadership, then how about the movement of the Muslim League?

Terrible difference. Therefore, since the non-violent/non-cooperative movements in devotion, reverence to the Hindu heart were by and large symbolic in nature and the public participation in it was not in crores or lakhs, but in thousands, then how could that politics stand in front of violent direct action? The truth is that the six movements of Mahatma Gandhi before 1942 – Champaran Movement 1917, Kheda Movement 1918, Khilafat Movement 1919, Non-Cooperation Movement 1920, Dandi March 1930 and finally Quit India Movement 1942 The alleged struggle, the status of miraculous energy And the attack was made, it was a puncture when in 1940 in Lahore, the Muslim League shouted for the Muslim homeland and Jinnah decided to Pakistan. Yes, when the Muslim League started with the Cripps Mission of 1942, India was partitioned by its aggression in five years. And the Hindu bewildered, helpless before the victorious Muslim League!

Bitter truth! But it is proved by the events and headlines that the Hindu leaders could not even play political chess in front of the Muslim League. Gandhi called for Quit India in the midst of the Great War. It was natural for the British to feel bad. They put Congress leaders in jail. Jinnah took advantage. Only then, before August 15, 1947, from 1942 to August 1947, the status of the League leaders was with the British. Gandhi-Nehru, despite their access to Mountbatten at a critical time, were unable to stop the Partition, were irrelevant, or were frightened of the Muslim League’s direct action, and indifference!

So Jinnah got Pakistan built in five years. On the other hand, Gandhi-Nehru and Hindu 50 years of activism, despite claims of alleged common Congress leadership of both the religions, failed to transfer the power of India in its name as Hindustan. Were the culprits British and Muslims or was there a flaw in our nature and struggle?

The fearless grandeur of the Muslim League from the incidents also shows a role in the sudden decision of the British to give freedom. Had Churchill remained prime minister, the independence decision would have been postponed. But his defeat in the elections and the unexpected victory of the Labor Party and Attlee becoming prime minister led to a sudden decision of independence. The then ruling Labor think tank in London had raised concerns over some incidents beyond the Gandhi-Jinnah-Nehru politics. The naval mutiny in Mumbai, the disaster of thirty thousand captive soldiers of Subhas Bose’s Azad Hind Army made Prime Minister Attlee and his ministers think. As a result, in a hurry, there was an opinion to divide India and transfer power to Nehru and Jinnah.

So, the talk of fearlessness of Hindus before 1947 is just like the movement of stones thrown in the ocean of horror. In the population of twenty five to thirty crores, hardly half of the people were politically active against the British. Not fighting a fight, but doing politics. Manas was devoted to the system and not intended to overthrow it. In 1972, under Indira Gandhi’s rule, a plan was made to give pension to freedom fighters, then only two and a half lakh people were identified as freedom fighters. Think, four million Indian soldiers who fought the Great War for the British, then how many Hindu freedom fighters fought for freedom? And yes, it should also be kept in mind that the population of 25-30 crores i.e. the number of white British soldiers ruling the Indians is only 11 thousand!

In this mirror, what was fearless before 1947 and what was not there in the ‘power’ that was transferred, which creates the horror that creates slavery? That’s why the picture of the dreaded heart is not visible in the DNA? Have Hindus ever understood, understood and wanted self-independence, self-independence in Kaliyuga or in the Mahadasha of then and now? (Ongoing)

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