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This post is contributed by Brother Khaja R- an Agniveer patron and a great friend.

Mustaq Ahmed was the man who strived to protect the nation from the enemy in the harsh climatic conditions. He was very passionate to serve the Nation, so he joined Army and inspired few younger men to join army from his village (Parnepalle, a remote village, Kurnool dist, Andhra Pradesh). Unfortunately (for us), he was martyred in the Siachen Tragedy but, it might have fortunate for him that he sacrificed his life for the motherland. The sorry state is, he has a wife and a 6 months baby who are left all alone.

Instead of paying tributes to Mustaq Ahmed’s martyrdom, the Traitors in JNU are paying tributes to terrorist Afzal Guru. If terrorist Afzal Guru is martyr for you, then who is Mustaq Ahmed?? A Traitor?? A Terrorist?? Shame on you scums. Once visit his wife and 6 months baby, then you will understand their grief. Sorry, you can’t because you only hail Terrorists not Patriots.

These were the same mindsets who hailed Terrorist Yakub Memon, instead paying tributes to our beloved Sri APJ Abdul Kalam. Now these Traitors may term me as a “BJP Agent, RSS Man, Sanghi, Bhakth”, for being Pro-nation who cares. It’s better to be called SO, instead of TRAITOR. This Nation doesn’t belong to any political party or organization. This is our Nation.

Traitors: “Tum Kitne Afzal Maroge, Har Ghar Se Afzal Nikalega…”

Me: “Jis Ghar Se Afzal Nikalega Uski Aisi Ki Taisi Kardenge Aur Har Ghar Se Mustaq Nikalenge…”

Every sane Muslim must take Mustaq Ahmed as a role model. More Mustaq Ahmed’s must come in the future. Whenever Scums hailed Terrorists, there were Patriotic Muslims as a living example, on contrary to them. “They Had Terrorist Yakub, We Had Patriot APJ Abdul Kalam.. They Had Terrorist Afzal, We Had Partiot Mustaq..”

My dear Muslim Brothers, you might have been converted a few hundred years ago, you might have different mode of worship, you might have Islamic names, BUT, remember your Ancestors belonged to this nation, not Arab countries. Once we all were one, until the arrival of barbaric invaders. Even now we all are one Geographically, Genetically, Historically and Culturally. Being Indian is our only Identity. Once you loose this Identity, you are no one. Ram, Krishna, Buddha, Shankaracharya, Guru Nanak, Pratap, Shivaji, Guru Gobind Singh etc are our ancestors and not these Mass-Murderers Ghazni, Ghori and Aurangazeb.

Nation must be kept always above religion. In fact, Nationalism must be our religion. Pledge yourselves to protect our nation from the Breaking India forces and thrash the Traitors. Pledge yourselves to become APJ, Mustaq, Abdul Hamid, Dara Shikoh, Ashfaqullah Khan when Afzal Guru, Yakub Memom, Dawood Ibrahim, Akbaruddin Owaisi dominate you.

“Mustaq Ahmed Is Our Hero.. Mustaq Ahmed Amar Rahe.. Prayers for the other departed souls of Siachen Tragedy.. Let Our Object Be OUr Country, our Whole Country, And Nothing But Our Country..” May God give us moral strength to smash these Traitors wholly.. Jai Hind.. Vandemataram.. 

– Khaja R

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  • Wonderful Article sir,

    Esi baat sirk ek sachchaa deshbhakt hi kar shaktaa hai.

    Agar kisiko bhi doubt hai to hame uspe doubt hoga ki shayad wo hindustani bhi hai ya———?

  • Unfortunately, the people who are against the imposition of ‘sedition’ charges against Kanhaiya Kumar under section 124(A) have very less knowledge about IPC and CrPC. The question is not whether he made those statements, even if he was part of that assembly, he is equally responsible. However, those who actually raised these slogans can’t be spared under any circumstance. There are enough laws other than sedition under IPC and CrPC that can be used against these people and Police has every right to exercise these legal provisions.

    We have an independent judiciary and therefore, if anybody believes that he or she is being victimised then that person can challenge the actions of the state and police in a court of law. Our constitution gives us this right. Let’s cherish it, respect it.

    Let’s come to that section which believes that one has the right to say anything and everything because Indian constitution provides us with the fundamental right of freedom to speech and expression. These intellectuals always tend to forget that under Indian Constitution, right to freedom of speech and expression is not absolute. It comes with clear-cut restrictions.

    Let’s first understand what does Article 19 of Indian constitution says.

    Article 19 (1)(a) says “All citizens shall have the right to freedom of speech and expression.” However, Article 19(2) makes it clear that this article doesn’t stop the state from making any law that imposes reasonable restrictions on the exercise of the right conferred in the interests of the sovereignty and integrity of India, the security of the State, friendly relations with foreign States, public order, decency or morality or in relation to contempt of court, defamation or incitement to an offence.

    Obviously, the right to freedom and speech is not absolute. The constitution itself empowers the state to frame laws to stop misuse of this fundamental right and IPC and CrPC have many such laws already in place.

  • David Frawley’s Contd…

    The enlightened path

    India’s students today should remember the teaching of the land’s great gurus, ancient and modern that true knowledge is born of the silent meditative mind, not the nihilistic intellect.

    India’s true educational heritage is not represented by the JNU leftists, or by an Amartya Sen-inspired new Nalanda, but by the true Nalanda, Takshashila and gurukuls of India’s yogis and meditation masters.

    Such deeper learning through contemplation must be restored with regard to both science and spirituality. Then the youth will once more have the confidence and insight necessary to take the country and humanity forward in an enduring and harmonious manner.

    Otherwise violence and anti-nationalism will continue to be ingrained in India’s educational system that its taxpayers are made to subsidise.

  • David Frawley’s Contd…

    How did this sad situation come about? It did not occur overnight. Nehru and his followers cultivated a leftist view of India that first appeared as a necessary protection from colonial capitalism. After independence, communist influences came to dominate Nehruvian socialism at an intellectual level. The Congress found it to its political advantage to encourage leftist rule over India’s academia and media as an aid for it to divide and rule Indian society.

    This leftist view of the world may have criticised colonial rulers and sought political independence, but intellectually, was firmly Eurocentric and dismissive of Eastern spiritual traditions. Indian Marxists have supported communist pogroms against Buddhism in China and East Asia, and promote anti-Hinduism as an article of faith in India. The institutions created by this mentality intentionally alienate students from their own profound cultural heritage.

  • David Frawley’s Contd…

    India’s confused students and intellectuals

    Yet strangely, in the campuses of India today, we seldom find reverence for, much less in-depth study of India’s gurus and their sublime and intricate teachings.

    Protests at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is the most glaring example of disdain for India’s venerable traditions, extending to downright contempt and unquestioned negation. JNU leftists honour Afzal Guru – an individual convicted of a terrorist assault on the Indian Parliament – as their guru. They romanticise revolutionary figures like Che Guevara. Such students are more at home in the traditions of Marx and Lenin, if not Mao and Stalin.

    To this Marxist pantheon, they add a strange admiration for the Taliban and violent Islam, excusing the Islamic State (ISIS) as somehow a victim of oppression – though radical Islam opposes the very democracy and human rights the Left claims to represent.

    The limited Leftist worldview

    Marxist intellectuals follow a materialistic view of the world, with political power as the supreme goal, and propaganda, violence and class/caste warfare as the legitimate means to achieve it. Subverting history for political ends has been their hallmark of instruction. Marxists reject the exploration of higher consciousness as a mere distraction or deception.

    India’s radical Left has not adjusted to the fact that communism has fallen worldwide. It has no vision of 21st century needs for economic and spiritual development, or any effort to truly raise the poor through better education and job creation.

  • Let me paste Dr. Frawley’s article here for readers for easy accessibility. It is really very important for our youth to read it.

    India is known as the land of great sages, gurus and yogis. Exalted names like Krishna, Buddha, Shankara and Patanjali resonate since ancient times. In modern times, there have been monumental figures like Ramana Maharshi, Sri Aurobindo, Swami Vivekananda, and Swami Shivananda, including many who inspired the Indian freedom struggle.

    These great teachers explain the vast scope of inner consciousness, extending beyond time and space. Higher states of awareness and samadhis are mapped out, along with the stages, methods and approaches necessary to experience these directly, beyond all limitations of belief, idea or theory. The ancient sages wrote in beautiful Sanskrit that explains everything clearly and comprehensively. Modern sages have written both in Indian dialects and in English, making their teachings widely accessible.

    For those hoping to discover the deepest secrets of the mind and meditation, India’s learned gurus reveal the way with a flood of light and a flow of lightning energy. They provide a broader understanding of both the human psyche and the cosmic mind than one can find in Western philosophy or psychology. Indeed, great Western scholars today look to the sages of India for insight and inspiration.

  • I just read Dr. David Frawley’s article titled Left is dead: JNU no place for India’s youth
    The protests is the most glaring example of disdain for India’s venerable traditions.

    Really wonderful article. Must read.

  • I doubt whether any, except a very few, of them even know that there was a Muslim named Mushtaq Ahmad of Kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh, who died in Siachen Glacier slide and his funeral was conducted with due honors and much reverence by the State. Really it leaves a very bad taste that the so-called really ‘national’ and ‘patriotic’ and ‘people-loving’ so-called leftists of JNU do not utter a single word of sympathy for the brave soldiers dead in Pathankot Air Base attack [which was admittedly conducted in revenge for the hanging of Afzal Guru, that way!] and those ten dead in Siachen Glacier slide which was almost parallel to this dirty incident in JNU – especially of the struggling soldier Hanumanthappa of Karnataka, who came out with last breath of life from the icy burial for 9 days, but only to succumb later and in whose name and for whose recovery even prayers were held in various places of worship in Karnataka and elsewhere. Strange patriotism and love of people of these pseudo-leftists! At least they should have postponed or suspended their proposed ‘cultural event’ after coming to know of these two sensational and tragic events.

    • I agree most of your comment but why should JNU traitors should have postponed their cultural events. It shows that you are okay with them if they are shouting anti-india slogans after a week. So based on your comments, the memory of brave soldiers would have been fade after few days and then it’s fine to shout anti-india slogans. Majority of people like you are so utterly confused that they do not have any idea what is happening in their own country. And that’s the reason, political parties, media and even terrorists use them as pawn to get their own agenda fulfilled. Do not remain ignorant. Get some more education and try to find out how some politicians, pseudosecular media and journalists are getting lot of money to spread terrorism and divide this country.