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The Conservative Party’s Hinduphobic Problem

The Conservative Party’s Hinduphobic Problem

The Conservative Party has put forward Shaun Bailey as its candidate for London mayor in 2020. Shaun Bailey seems very keen to gloss over this rather unpleasant aspect of the apparently shared Christian values which he believes blacks and white enjoy, but are threatened by Hindus and Muslims. [...]

October 7, 2018 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Labour’s Aryan Brotherhood

Labour’s Aryan Brotherhood

The recent furore over the Labour Party’s links to openly anti-Semitic, racist, terrorist and Holocaust deniers is in many respects only the tip of the iceberg. While this is rightly condemned there has been no mention of the anti-Hindu nature of the present leadership which begins at the very top. Any attempt to raise this [...]

September 2, 2018 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives, World Focus 0

The Great American Presidential Riddle

The Great American Presidential Riddle

The 2016 American Presidential election currently has a large number of candidates on the Republican side, and a remarkable battle between two candidates on the Democratic side. Rather than endorsing any of the candidates, I want to take a look at some of the essential political background, especially from the point of view of Sanatana [...]

January 30, 2016 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Swami takes on a sage, devotees confused

Swami takes on a sage, devotees confused

The politically aligned Dwarka Sankaracharya’s tirade against Shirdi Sai Baba comes at a time when the ruling Congress-NCP is desperate to retain Maharashtra in the upcoming Assembly election The spectre of a looming Congress-NCP defeat in the Maharashtra Assembly election, due later this year, most likely provoked the Dwarka Sankaracharya’s vituperative attack on the Sai [...]

July 4, 2014 HHR India 0

In Newly Secular Nepal, Votes for Hinduism

In Newly Secular Nepal, Votes for Hinduism

When Nepal, a Hindu kingdom for two and a half centuries, abolished its monarchy five years ago, the country’s royalists appeared on the brink of political extinction. But as the Himalayan nation heads to elections on Tuesday, a royalist party has galvanized support around a different agenda: Hinduism. The Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal, which continues to [...]

November 23, 2013 HHR Nepal 0
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