JNU revolutionaries: Left out, left behind, left in between

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  1. spikey360

    spikey360 Crusader Senior Member

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    Yes, the number of bhadraloks in Bengal is decreasing, and this is indeed a welcome sign. Bengal is indeed having a change of mind, but if nothing catalyses and guides the process, it will go back again to its self-destructive communist ways.
     
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  2. A chauhan

    A chauhan "अहिंसा परमो धर्मः धर्म हिंसा तथैव च: l" = PKAKB Senior Member

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    IMO Rohit Vemula committed suicide because Rohit had a fake caste-certificate of being a Dalit (his father was OBC), after his anti-national protest in favor of a terrorist Yaqoob Menon, their act was under investigation, if police had known about his caste-certificate he might have been booked u/s 467, 468, 471, 472 and 420 of IPC etc. almost all of these sections are serious, cognizable & non-bailable except one or two. He wouldn't even have got a bail. So most possibly in that depression he committed suicide.
     
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    jackprince Turning into a frog Senior Member

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    Why no punishment? Because they are studying at a prestigious institution and comes from mostly affluent background?

    These bastards are worse than maoists, who are of similar age, but killed by the security forces and put on trial in courts. These are the scums who eventually pass out and occupy influential posts at various institutions including various lobby groups. We must teach through these bunch how tough the life may become if one acts against India sitting in India.

    And about the 'adrenaline junky' bit. Whether they have been egged on by someone or have come on their own volition because of thrill - is immaterial. The Nirbhaya rapists were adrenaline junky same as Sambia at Red Road kolkata, does not make them any less guilty.

    The students ar JNU have been selected on their merit, and they cannot claim to have been misled, as they are there supposedly because of their intellect.

    They should not only be expelled - the whole bunch of them who are seen and identified at the footages, they should also be tried for seditious act and serve at least the minimal term of 3 years for that, with the 10 bastards having their name on the posters as organisers serving full term as well as those who were actually shouting the slogans.

    A state needs to be hard when the situation asks for it, if it fails to be so, it will fail in the long term. We have been hard at J&K, at NE, at Andhra- and we have succeeded to root out anti-nationals to a large extent. Here too a hard stance is required.

    However, the HRD ministry should also take cognizance that this anti-Indian activity has been going on in various University campuses in the name of dissent. Which translates into that those students are not taught properly, and the existing faculties are either negligent about teaching them properly or are actually putting seeds of anti-nationalism in the students. So a thorough review of the portfolios of the faculties should be taken and done so openly.

    Time is ripe for kicking the leftists entrenched in the intellectual hierarchy in the nuts after this incident. The whole of the nation will be behind a strong handed action by the Govt. and if the current regime miss this opportunity, why should they deserve any support?
     
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    My only concern is that these people will simply go underground if police action is taken. India played similar game with the ISIS sympathizers, we caught hold of them and then "de-radicalized" them, whatever that means. The goal was to catch the ringleaders, pawns are easy.

    These so-called leftist, liberals and seculars must be named and shamed.

    Can't we kill their propaganda with counter-propaganda? I don't think that Right Wing is so week. In fact it is the opposite, in the beginning they tried to project the Right Wing as a bunch of goons, but now they themselves are behaving like goons because they could not stop the RW from gaining public acceptance.

    People need to know the true face of these wolves in sheep skin. I was surprised when I found out how many of these "Upper Class" liberals despise India and so much so that many of them have arranged British and American Passports for their kids (check Aaliya Bhatt's nationality). Indian Passport wasn't good enough for them.

    JNU student turns down 1crore package from ISIS; to become human rights activist instead :rofl:
     
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    By stunning you mean fugly,right?
     
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    jackprince Turning into a frog Senior Member

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    Let them go underground. If they do so, it will be much creamy, as it will open up the door to put bamboos behind their parents and teachers and friends, who ultimately were responsible for raising such anti-nationals. Also, how long would they be able to stay underground? Very few people who come from soft pillows and softer beds, which most of these shits are, can manage underground living. Even then if some do go underground, not all can, and we can make examples out of the few or the most, that we can grab hold of. Anyway, going underground these fycks will be out of circulation.

    Further, the open display of anti-nationalism, being tolerated by the state, sends out a very wrong message, and keeps open way to the youths to be brainwashed openly and vocally. This needs to stopped.

    Also, putting this bunch on trial for sedition is enough of a counter-propaganda, which will be covered in all the media and truths abd facts will come out for everyone to see. People hardly know what happens in JNU, where a lot of future policy makers are taught. Now they will know, as nobody will be able to mask the charge one the trial happens and more sweet, the verdict comes. And once people's opinion gets behind hard stance, it will be even more easier to boot out the leftist scum occupying faculty positions there and creating anti-nationals while making their living off our money.
     
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    Something needs to be done to remove anti-national elements from universities.

    It is wrong to be against the very country & system giving you education. Jo vidya deta hai uske khilaf kaam karna jurm hai. Especially if we invoke our culture.

    A pledge to be loyal to the Democratic Republic of India should be taken by everyone upon joining any university in the country. Those who do not respect the pledge should be immediately debarred and not allowed to study in any university in India.

    Any form of public speech or protest against the state (protests against some of the practices that happen in the state is fine, that is democratic) or against the sovereignty of the state are equal to treason.

    Same rule should be applied to foreign students as well - for as long as you stay in India for the purpose of education, you will & should be loyal to the state and not take part in any activity that is against the state or against the unity of the state. This should be the agreement they sign before getting admission.

    The law & law-enforcers should take prompt action against violators of that agreement.
     
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    The straw that broke camel's back. we are so proud of our soldiers.

    Read this somewhere else:
    यदि घर-घर मे अफजल रहता है तो ढूँढ- ढूँढ कर मारेंगे।

    If Afzal lives in every household, then we will search and destroy.
     
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    Case kyon? o_O
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    A chauhan "अहिंसा परमो धर्मः धर्म हिंसा तथैव च: l" = PKAKB Senior Member

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    They were also shouting "Kerala maange aazadi" ???!! :confused1: :mad:
     
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    Just putting fuel in fire.
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    Few commies are from Kerala too, who get bashed up on a daily basis by RSS in Kerala, hence they come to JNU to vent out their frustration.....you will never hear Bengal mage aazadi for obvious reasons!! ;)
     
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    A chauhan "अहिंसा परमो धर्मः धर्म हिंसा तथैव च: l" = PKAKB Senior Member

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    Thanks to Modi, due to fear of him these seditious scoundrels have come forward and shown their true face, it's a great opportunity for Indians to understand and expose their strategy and put them behind the bars.
     
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    To give credit where it is due, the center seems to have acted swiftly and grabbed the opportunity, and ABVP also played a key role. But they should not lose the momentum now for anything. They should kick out the VC and Registrar, and then start picking out the commies hiding among the faculty ranks.

    I am seriously happy that they have already picked that Kanaiyah dude and put him behind the bars, where he is hopefully getting the VVIP treatment meted out by the dandawala DP.
     
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    You probably didn't hear about that incident in Kolkata a few days ago when some anti-nationals were protesting outside Keshav Bhavan of RSS Kolkata. They were promptly given a thrashing by RSS members in full view of the police.
     
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    Few days back MP Bandaru Dattatreya wrote a similar letter to Smriti Irani but sadly now facing charges in Rohith Vemula case.

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    That reminds me of that incident involving false claim of stripping by a negro woman leading to protests by negros of Bangalore. They should have been arrested. An alien can have no right of free speech.
     

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