Saturday, April 11, 2009

Commerce can blur the barrier between creeds

[Opinion - Obliteration of Hinduism in Assam A perspective from Sri Aurobindo By Anirban Ganguly. The Sage had foreseen it all, but our present leaders deliberately look the other way & allow the dangers to unfold for the lure of power. We are thus left-sitting on a lethal powder-keg facing one of the deadliest situation as a country, a situation which questions & endangers our unity & sovereignty as a nation & questions our identity & existence as Hindus. Organiser Home > 2008 Issues > June 08, 2008 more >]

[This proves that the national boundaries are artificial and should be obliterated for all practical purposes. Bangladeshis are a hard-working and enterprising people. Unlike the West Bengalis, a nation of clerks. And quite unlike the Assamese as well. Note that Assamese politics aimed at ousting Bangaladeshis is quite a mirror of the Shiv Sena and Raj Thackeray’s MNS. And thus like the BJP idea too – that there are “outsiders” responsible for our woes. On Inflation, Politics And Bangladeshis
from ANTIDOTE by Sauvik Chakraverti: Libertarian Opinion From Indyeah]

Commerce should be able to blur the barrier between creeds. [TNM]

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