Friday, 17 March 2017

The reality of Kashmir Struggle.

LOL at the pretentious media. It's acting all surprised with the message that Burhan Wani's successor has released in his latest video.

If anyone hasn't seen the video, the newly sworn-in terrorist said, "Nationalism and democracy is prohibited in Islam, we must not make it a freedom struggle, it's a religious war, it's jihad against kafirs, when you take up stones in your hand, that should be in the name of Islam  and not Kashmiri nationalism or aazadi."

This is something, we have been screaming for years now. Kashmiri insurgency was never about any freedom struggle, it was always about Islam. The very proof of it was in the Pandit exodus. If it was about Kashmir, Pandits wouldn't have been seen as enemies.

It's time, we stop fathering the ungrateful. They should be exposed for what they are.

We need to change our strategy. Instead of fighting it as an India-Pakistan crisis on international platforms.

We should focus on the exposing the real agendas of these victim-criers so the world stops sympathising with them. They should be presented as what they are. Terrorists.

They are no different from ISIS.

Thursday, 5 January 2017

The Bengaluru Molestation That I haven't Forgotten.!

This is back in Sep-Oct 2015, I guess. I was walking back home after finishing my work. It was around 10:30 PM and I was walking through this lane next to Bata showroom in Koramangala 6th block, Bangalore. A man on a shabby looking, thin bike bearing a Tamil Nadu number passed a few lewd comments in broken Hindi/Urdu at me. I think, he commented at my breasts. Something like, “they look nice and juicy.” I was petrified and angry at the same time, I waited for a while for him to return so I could teach him a lesson. It was a well-lit main road and people were still around but his courage to abuse and then laugh at me was indomitable. I waited for good 5 minutes but he was nowhere to be seen.

I resumed walking, as soon as I entered the not-so-lit lane towards my apartment. I saw a bike coming towards me. It was the same guy. He stopped in front of me, almost blocking my way. On one side of me was a dark construction site and the other side had a closed shop. I knew, I had little help available. I was terrified, I mumbled, “Kya baat hai bhaiya?” To which he replied, “Tere ko maza nahin karna hai kya, chal bike pe baith.” His fearlessly groping me on a street had already killed my confidence. I again said, “Yahan se jao,” fearing he might be carrying some acid or weapon with him and may disfigure me if I were to shout. He wasn’t deterred at all. He started pulling my dress and asked me to sit on the bike again (this time in an even firmer tone). “Tere ko bola na bike pe baith saali, tere ko maza aayega, something, something,” he slurred.

I suddenly saw a guy entering the same lane, I subtly screamed, “Excuse me, please help, please.” The coward started to walk even faster like it was a crime getting molested. By this time, I knew that I had to help myself. I kicked his foot with my sharply heeled sandal; he almost fell off the bike. Yet he decided to follow me again but I had managed to reach the main road by then. The first person I saw was a young guy (19-20 yrs. old, maybe), I shouted “Help, help” on the road for 30-40 seconds until I realized that the potential rapist wasn’t around anymore. I sat down on the road, caring little about what people would think of me. I had never felt this inadequate in my life, like I didn’t have my legs anymore. Few guys came running to me, offered me water, helped me get-up and walked me till home.

On the way, I saw the same guy who I’d sought help from. He was smoking, probably outside his house. I confronted him for why did he choose to be a mute spectator and run away. His defence was, “I didn’t stop, thinking it’s a personal fight and it was your boyfriend trying to hug you.” I didn’t know what to tell him. I just called him a coward and walked away. I looked back, he stood ashamed.

I didn’t have the courage to climb to the second floor (my house) anymore. I stopped at the first floor, where two guys who had just started their careers in Bangalore used to stay, I wasn’t friends with them but we used to share pleasantries once in a while. God knows what made me knock at their door that night. As soon as the door was opened, I hugged one of them, cried uncontrollably and told them everything. They subtly hinted that I could stay back in their house if I was comfortable. I remember having spent that night sitting and sobbing on a beanbag in their living room. Next morning, one of them walked me to my office.

It was one day, I can never forget in my life. But I didn’t stop believing in humanity because not every man is a coward and not every man is a rapist. The ones who helped me pass that nightmare were men too.

The only mistake I did was not reporting the crime. I was scared that I wasn’t a local and he kind of was. He had a bike bearing Tamil Nadu number. I was scared that I’ll be judged for the dress and lipstick I was wearing that night. I was scared that I’ll just be labelled a slutty girl who was spoiling the Dravidian culture by wearing a red lipstick and choosing to walk alone in a provocative western dress at 10:30 PM.

My colleagues too advised me to let go of it since I was staying alone and that guy had almost seen the lane where I used to stay. I soon moved out.

I’m not sure, whose defeat it was.. MINE or the SOCIETY’S.!

...Sonam Mahajan…

Monday, 1 August 2016

The dirty reality of Love-Jihad.!

Dear Hindu Girls,
I have a message for you.
Firstly, a little about me:
I'm a moderate looking, 27 yr old, independent girl. I personally don't believe in anyone buying me drinks or giving me love advices. I'm totally not a fan of drinking or smoking but I don't stop or judge anyone who finds pleasure in it unless the person isn't an adult, then I do see a moral responsibility to intervene.
I strongly believe in individual freedom to make choices. I'm not a feminazi cuz I believe in equality which naturally means you are no special in your fundamental rights or duties. If you are a mother, sister, wife to someone, a man too is a father, brother & husband to someone.
I don't like anyone telling me what to wear, be it anyone. If BJP or RSS tells me not to wear a skirt at any point, I'll be the first one to help them recollect the values of True Hinduism that stands for eternal freedom. I think now you understand that I'm not an Adarsh liberal but a person who lives liberalism in its true sense.
This introduction was important so you don't judge me for a Typical Sanghi however I'm one, just that you don't understand what a Sanghi stands for.
Now, I have an appeal to make:
I truly believe that love sees no borders, no boundaries, no caste & no religion, basically love sees nothing. But love must see the trap.
There are many bigoted vultures out there ready to ruin anyone's life in the name of God. You see no boundaries but they see no emotions. Plz don't waste yourself on them. Life is precious, plz do not aim to learn in the hard way.
Such experiences will leave you scarred forever, life will never be the same. Relationships with family will never be the same. Society will alienate you for fault of someone else cuz he will be gone.
Girls, love jihad is a reality.
In Pakistan & Bangladesh, it's a matter of pride & done in the broad daylight by means of kidnapping followed by rape & forced marriage to convert the girl. In the Hindu land of India, it's done under the garb of Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb, secularism, false assurances & love trap.
Before you decide to destroy yourself, plz seek these answers from yourself:
1. Can you marry him without converting to his religion?
2. Will he allow you to stay a Hindu after marriage?
3. Are you free to worship idols in his house?
4. Will he not consider you a Kafir if you devote your life to him?
5. Will you go to heavens if you don't convert to his religion?
6. Is he OK with the idea of his sister falling in love with a Hindu?
7. Since love doesn't see religion, can he follow your faith instead?
Again, use your gut, use your brains. Listen to your parents.
Sonam Mahajan
P.S. Just Another Woman Who Cares.