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The Man in the Saffron Castle

The Man in the Saffron Castle

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 [...]

February 20, 2022 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives, Hinduphobia, News updates, World Focus 0

Nehruvian Indianess Vs Hinduness

Nehruvian Indianess Vs Hinduness

After independence India was trifurcated. Two of these sections were devoured by the Islamists who murdered and ethnically cleansed millions of Hindus. In the remaining moth-eaten piece, known as India, an effective apartheid regime was set up against the majority Hindu population. And this modern day Nehruvian India that continues its war against the ancient [...]

October 28, 2018 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives, News updates 0

The Colonised Indians

The Colonised Indians

  Definition of a Colonised Person   A colonized person is a person who is disconnected from his or her Roots (History, Religion, Culture etc), they grow up watching, reading, consuming western content; In universities they study western philosophies, so they start looking at the world from the lenses of western world and western philosophers [...]

July 27, 2015 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

A Hindu Government and the Minorities

A Hindu Government and the Minorities

The united minorities are waging a no-holds-barred campaign against Narendra Modi or against whomever is or can be pictured as a pro-Hindu power-wielder. One of their lines of attack is the blackening of the ruling party, the BJP, in the eyes of public opinion and of the world. An impression is being created that the [...]

March 30, 2015 Dr Koenraad Elst Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Down with Decolonization

Down with Decolonization

(Speech given at the Dharma Civilization Foundation’s Strategic Retreat, SVYASA, Jigani/Bengaluru, 5-7 February 2015) A knife is sharpened by shaving away all the superfluous material that makes it dull. A sharp knife is a live case of “less is more”: less material means more sharpness. At an action-oriented “strategic retreat”, our knife should be sharpened [...]

February 11, 2015 Dr Koenraad Elst Analysis/Insights 0

Narendra Modi and Hindu Resurgence

Narendra Modi and Hindu Resurgence

Modi Phenomenon There is a new phenomenon on the world scene: his name is Narendra Modi.  Born in a small Gujarat town in a low caste but devoted Hindu family, very poor but laborious, already as a child he helped his father in his job as tea vendor at the Vadnagar railway station. In the [...]

July 31, 2014 Mataji Parama Karuna Devi Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

India Reborn 2014 -The Promise of a New Era

India Reborn 2014 -The Promise of a New Era

India’s recent election – which brought Narendra Modi to power with a great majority – is clearly an important if not epoch-making event in the history of the country. It may be the most important shift in Indian politics and national thinking since the independence of the country in 1947. [...]

July 22, 2014 Vamadev Shastri Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

The West’s Grooming of Radical Islam : Part 2

The West’s Grooming of Radical Islam : Part 2

The creation of Pakistan was to have devastating long-term consequences for world security. But the first people to suffer would be the Bengali-speaking majority in that state. In this the very western democracies who had fought Nazism and conducted the Nuremberg Trials would not just be complicit in the ensuing genocide but actively support it. [...]

May 2, 2014 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights 2

The West’s Grooming of Radical Islam : Part 1

The West’s Grooming of Radical Islam : Part 1

When the Indian elections  were looming back in 2014 the western media was full of hysteria and paranoia reminiscent out of some science fiction novel depicting a dystopian future where human civilisation has all but collapsed. Led by the anti-Hindu rag known as the Guardian, we were repeatedly fed a constant feed of dire warnings [...]

April 16, 2014 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives 2

No more Khushwant Singh

No more Khushwant Singh

At long last, shortly before he would turn 100, Khushwant Singh has gone. India loses a pleasant writer and frequently humorous political and social commentator. He was a forthright spokesman of the Nehruvian English-speaking elite, at one time even the direct press chief of Jawaharlal Nehru himself. He also served as an assistant to Sikh [...]

March 21, 2014 Dr Koenraad Elst Analysis/Insights 0
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