In the 2001 film, The Believer, a former Jewish student in a New York yeshiva becomes a Nazi skinhead who wants to exterminate his own community. The movie is based loosely on the life of Dan Burros. Born to Jewish parents, he attended a Hebrew school and had his Bar Mitzvah. Later he joined Lincoln [...]
Rajasthan Police reshuffled forces around the state today although we are yet to hear of the stern disciplinary action taken against police who wantonly enabled terrorisation of the Hindu community in Karauli. Hindu Human Rights demands the Rajasthan State Government explain how police are documented in video footage as active participants in the Karauli [...]
Amazon series Man in the High Castle is based upon a book by the same name. Deviating quite substantially from the original book by Phillip K Dick written in 1962, it nevertheless keeps the basics of the plot. This is a world in which the Axis powers have won the war, with Germany having developed [...]
Former screen idol turned animal rights activist Brigitte Bardot was fined 20,000 euros by a court on France’s Indian Ocean island of La Reunion over a 2019 diatribe where she described its inhabitants as “savages”. “The natives have kept their savage genes,” the animal rights campaigner wrote in an open letter attacking the islanders for [...]
Author: Vamsee Juluri Note: an edited version of this was first published in The Print on November 1, 2021. The version below restores some sentences and some links. The meeting between India’s ‘Hindu nationalist’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi and (nobody said “Christian Expansionist”) Pope Francis reminds me of a phenomenon that media researchers have been talking about for over a century now – propaganda. Propaganda [...]
There is a well-known observation among Hindu Activists Outside the Sangh that most of the usual performative academic experts on Hindutva haven’t probably heard about. Sita Ram Goel, the tallest of figures in that small but important category of Hindu Activists Outside the Sangh, observed, as early as the 1950s, that the typical reaction of [...]
In this era of supposedly free news and information we find that certain ‘dissident’ voices are ostracised and placed beyond the pale. Hence we have the case of Julian Assange.
He is not alone in facing the wrath of those who would rather that the public be kept in ignorance.
Then there is Tulsi Gabbard, Despite running [...]
American politician Tulsi Gabbard is an Iraq War veteran who made history in 2012 as the first Hindu elected to the US Congress. She has since entrenched herself as a rising star within the Democratic Party. [...]
At the Hindu Lord of the Rings gathering connected with the September 2018 World Hindu Conference in Chicago, were incensed at how US politician Tulsi Gabbard withdrew from not just being the chair of the conference, but any participation in it. [...]
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 [...]