WB min shows Pak scribe Kolkata’s ‘mini-Pakistan’

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    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...lkatas-mini-Pakistan/articleshow/52048438.cms


    KOLKATA: Hours before the fifth phase of elections, Narada-stung West Bengal minister Firhad Hakim triggered a huge controversy by describing Garden Reach as "mini-Pakistan" to a correspondent of leading Pakistan daily, 'The Dawn'.

    Hakim's statement may have an impact not only in Kolkata Port, where he is a candidate, but most of the 52 assembly seats that go to polls on Saturday.

    "Please come along and let us take you to mini-Pakistan in Kolkata," the Bengal urban minister is reported telling Dawn reporter Maleeha Hamid Siddiqui as she trailed him on a campaign rally in Garden Reach.

    The report, 'Canvassing in 'mini-Pakistan' of Kolkata' by Siddiqui, appeared in the Dawn's web-edition on Friday and has got thousands of 'likes' on Facebook.

    The timing of the statement has come in handy to state BJP officials, who've been eyeing polarisation along religious lines beyond the usual Trinamool-Jote equation. BJP was quick to demand Hakim's removal from Trinamool.

    Trinamool was wary of commenting on it. Hakim said, "It's a blatant attempt to foment communal tension ahead of the polls. I will not elaborate on this issue because it is beneath my dignity to do so. If PM Modi can visit Pakistan four times, how does it matter if one Firhad Hakim gives a 'mini-Pakistan' statement?"

    Trinamool MP Sultan Ahmed was quick to distance himself from the statement. "I do not agree with such views provided he actually said so," he said. Party spokesperson Derek O Brien refused to comment.

    A senior party MP, however, alleged, "With just 12 hours before the polls, this is nothing but (BJP's) dirty-tricks department at work. Where is the proof? He could easily have been misquoted."
    State BJP vice-president Joyprakash Majumdar said: "The statement has been on the Internet for half-a-day. During the entire period no Trinamool functionary said anything in protest. This shows that they want to remain silent about it. We have filed a complaint with EC."
    If Hakim had said so in the hope of consolidating votes of the Urdu-speaking Muslim community, he'd better take a look at the 2014 Lok Sabha poll results when he suffered heavily due to polarisation. Hakim's 2011 victory margin of over 30,000 votes was slashed to a mere 3,000 in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls and BJP directly reaped the benefits.
    The Dawn reporter writes, "Seeing me loitering around with my notebook in hand, the men in the neighbourhood want to know what TV channel I work for. When I tell them I am from Pakistan, they break into broad smiles and tell me of their relatives who live back home."
     
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    Two threads on the same news report. Why can not mods merge @harsh 's thread with this one?
    BTW, Howrah area is not mini Pak, it is mini Bangladesh.
     
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    How shameful is it that the visit to a real 'mini-Pakistan' within India, instead of triggering an epiphany about the nation's apprehensions about shoddy conditions in Muslim majority areas being true, the reporter manages to put the blame on BJP claiming that "the statement has come in handy to state BJP officials, who've been eyeing polarization". It's like they have made up their mind to remain blind in the face of overwhelming evidence which says otherwise. Abhi, goo ko goo nahi kahenge toh kya choo kahenge! :pound:

    One could understand, if not condone, the leftist's innate tendency to spin stories claiming that the gloomy evaluations of the aftermath of a demographic change are merely accentuated speculative inferences made by politically motivated nationalist ideologues; But this case is not within the realm of speculation anymore, it's real, it's a shithole in India with a postal address, it's not hypothetical anymore, every 'intellectual' is welcome to take a few steps down from their ivory towers and visit it. All the Banerjees, Chaterjees, and Bhattacharyas must be made to visit these shitholes in Waste Bengal which are a direct result of their Bhadrajoke communist policies, before lecturing a nation of 1.3 billion how to run the nation, unless they want to lecture us on how to run down the nation, which they are amply proficient at.

    @sasum we could debate about whether it is a mini-Pakistan or a mini-Bangladesh till the cows come home and yet the essence of the idea will not be lost since these caricatures do not represent contradictory euphemisms. Let's meet in the middle and call it a mini-caliphate. Such places exist even in France, and leftists are in denial even there. There was a major furor when it was referred to as such So it seems the availability of misleading 'intellectuals' is the common thread in the collective decay and eventual destruction of civilizations all over the world. Instead of solving the problem, the leftist French mayor chose to sue the person who made the comments about 'Muslim majority no-go zones'.
     
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    How pathetic do these bangali voters have to be to turn their land into such a disgusting state. Or do they actually like to be surrounded by animals?
     
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    No, they don't like to be surrounded, if you look at historic migration patters from states which were gripped by communism, namely, Waste Bengal and Kerala, the people, usually upper caste Hindu elites, who help in bringing out the communist cultural revolution eventually pack their bags and move on to other greener pastures (aka neighboring states) to carry on their mission, leaving the commoners in their respective home states to deal with the aftermath of the systematic destruction of infrastructure, industry and cultural pride. Some even move to capitalist western nations and continue to profess their romanticism for communism from there. What do they care? it's not like they have to bear the brunt. That's the crux of being a communist, an inability to do critical evaluation about the effects of your policies. Just keep going on demolishing civilizations like a blindfolded juggernaut, term every critic as a savage communal and you are all set.

    Once they've sucked one state dry, there's no point for the elites to stay there and bear the ensuing turmoil, isn't it? so they just let the domestic population face the brunt as they themselves move on to find other states to destroy. Suck the resources, make money off it, take away the cultural pride of people, start a class war, set people at each other's throats and then migrate to other states, rinse and repeat. That's the communist manifesto. It's like a communicable disease. The biggest supporters of communist parties are all millionaire industrialists, without exception. If you dig a little, you will find all their links. (For example Brinda Karat's sister Radhika Roy, is married to Pranoy Roy, who is the 'impoverished and downtrodden' founder and CEO of NDTV.)

    That is also why so many Biharis keep migrating out of Bihar. A whole generation of Bhiaris changed their real surnames and replaced it with just 'Kumar', to make sure no one knows their caste, because the caste/class wars instigated by the communist policies of Lalu meant that your name could become the reason for your death. That is why I keep requesting people who keep saying that 'communism is a dead ideology in India', not to evaluate the pervasiveness of communism just by counting the number of seats that declared communist parties have, as there are many parties which are de facto followers of this ideology without actually naming their party as 'Communist Party of Lalu'. There is an omnipresent strain of leftist thought among Hindus, which needs to be systematically weeded out. This is a perpetual ideological conflict, the fate of which is not going to be sealed by one off electoral battles.

    Take a look at Mallu migration patterns into Karnataka. Expect Bangalore to become a hotbed of commie-jihadi nexus, if it hasn't already. AAP already opened a branch to contest civic body polls there, as they were confident of winning. That should give you a good hint at which direction that ship is moving.

    Btw, even Rajdeep Sardesai is a Chitpavan Brahmin, who lives in a 50 crore bungalow in Lutyen's, and professes the struggle of the impoverished and downtrodden masses in India. Maharashtrians failed to arrest his growth when he was a small lump, that is why this cancer grew so big and even managed to prop up other smaller tumors like Nikhil Wagle. Both these families have children who are receiving first class education in American universities, but of course, we aren't going to see that side of the story ever, are we? what are we? an unbiased media or something? Pfff
     
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    whr invaders hv been eulogised, heroes binned!!
    irked me too. didnt read beyond.
     
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    whr invaders hv been eulogised, heroes binned!!
    that's one more commonality between the jihadis & the jihadis without a god (commies) - offsprings of leaders of both keep their children away from jihad. look for the vid of masood azhar when a paki journalist asks him why his sons are away from jihad & are doctor, engr, etc. see his reaction.
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    I was thinking the same thing this morning. The best Chanakyan solution to this while smartly keeping the intolerance brigade pacified is for GOI to encourage jihadis in Kerala to convert Christians, while simultaneously encouraging missionaries elsewhere, say Bihar, or UP to convert jihadis to Xtianity. The macro result will be that both these groups will be spending oodles of money and remain under the impression that they are meeting their annual conversion targets but the net change, relative to the Hindu demography, will remain unchanged. This will arrest our attrition rate, and seal the Hindu Δέλτα Délta (ie Hindu vs non-Hindu demographic gap). At the same time we must apply visa and citizenship liberalization norms to encourage migration of the best quality Hindus and Buddhists (high net worth, well to do, highly motivated) from all over the world, at the same time making sure the Hindu roots in those nations don't get completely transplanted. We can import all the Hindus from Pakistan and Afghanistan right away, as they are too minuscule to make a difference there, and import a steady stream of Buddhists from Myanmar and Sri Lanka. Don't import Hindus from Sri Lanka because they are the anchor of our influence in Lanka.

    This is a demographical war, it has to be fought demographically. Economic upliftment can't tackle this, unlike what BJP professes. Take a jihadi with 100 rupees in his pocket, put 200 more rupees in his pocket, now he becomes a jihadi with 300 rupees in his pocket, but doesn't cease being a jihadi. Except, now he's a richer jihadi. Maybe now he can afford a better quality knife to behead you.

    Works? @Sakal Gharelu Ustad @DingDong @OneGrimPilgrim
     
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    whr invaders hv been eulogised, heroes binned!!
    this suggested tactic brings to fore an important facet of EJism that got all lost in the din of tackling EJs & peacefools - why is it that EJs dont seem to so feverishly target the peacefools as they do the lallu mindus (the ans is obvious)?! ofc if am not wrong in my assumption. overcome that hesitation, then all things Chaanakyan could be put to action.
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    @Navnit Kundu . Bangladeshi (Muslim) assertiveness was not so pronounced during Commie Rule as of now. Jyoti Basu & Buddhadev Bhattacharya used B'deshi illegal migrants to create a new vote-bank but upper-caste Hindus of WB kept them under tight leash. Now, the remote-control has gone into the hands of muslim-fundamentalist and Mamata increasingly turning into a helpless puppet.
     
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    How many days before Waste Bengal starts demanding Aazadi? We should happily give it to them, this state is gangrene, nothing else. India can't run a long distance marathon with gangrene. After the 1971 war of liberation, if we had given W.B to Bangladesh then it would have truly been a liberation for us, in the truest sense.

    We've been doing it wrong all along. Maybe we should run our fence through Waste Bengal instead of around it, before Bengalis start producing their own analogous flavors of separatists like maybe Hafees Mohammad Basu, Dawood Banerjee, Osama Bin Chaterjee, Abu Bakr Al Bhattacharya.
     
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    Bengali apologists are at it again. Mumta Bano is leaving no stone unturned to make WB a pit hole. It has already become a Jihadi State..
     
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    Thread closed. Use the other one.
     
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