Wednesday, November 18, 2015

MEDIA WARS- FOURTH PART. THE GAME OF THE FOUR PILLARS- నాలుగు స్తంభాలాట




MEDIA WARS- FOURTH  PART. THE GAME OF THE FOUR PILLARS- నాలుగు స్తంభాలాట




What happened in Dadri? Ask Mulayam, he does not know. Ask Akhilesh. He will look at Mulayam. Ask UP Police. They know but they feign to be in the dark. Was it the first time that a man was lynched due to local disputes allegedly over missing cows and calves? No! You can take the Bhagalpur blinding incident. Take the Tsundur massacre in AP. Many a time Dalit houses were burnt across many states with women and children trapped. Village politics is a different cup of tea. But, this one-off incident was given prominence in the Media. Within hours all civil activists, seculars, apologists of Pakistan living in India (not Muslims), Media, politicians of all hues started a heated debate. If they are really interested in such incidents not being repeated, why is the debate relegated to the background now? The prince, who flew to Aspen suddenly returned, as if the purpose of his visit was fulfilled. Reaction from BJP was muted. They are still living in the past decades when issues used to die after twenty four hours. What they did not grasp was that these incidents were orchestrated to destabilize the nation. Obviously, it was scripted, funded and directed by powerful International forces. Create an incident in a state where BJP has no role in the administration, create hype, hide the real truth, show to the world that Hindus under Modi dispensation are violent and intolerant, there is lurking danger to minorities, Dalits etc. Killing of three thousand minority people was not intolerance. It was spontaneous anger. But that was not the issue. Centre should have stepped in immediately after the incident and taken over the probe. If required, the Government in UP should have been suspended until law and order was restored. There should not be red tape in the Home Ministry and Raj Bhavans. Intelligence Agencies failed in their duty to warn the Centre about the deep rooted conspiracy. 

Any person interested in the general welfare of the nation agrees with this surmise. Hours after the lynching and arrest of a few villagers on suspicion of involvement, a news item appeared in many news papers that a Home Guard was detained and was being questioned for having threatened a Priest in a Temple to announce about the theft of the cow and he only prodded people to assemble at the place of the victim. It was authentically reported in news papers that this Home Guard had an alleged grudge on the victim and hence he orchestrated the incident. (What was not reported was if this Home Guard's animosity was used by the alleged international conspirators). It was reported that the reported detention was confirmed by one senior police officer in-charge of the investigation. But within minutes or an hour the news item disappeared. It is usual practice for news papers to correct the news item if found incorrect and say who misguided them, so that government can take up the issue and take action on the concerned. Here the news item disappeared in toto and no clarification was forthcoming. Instead of projecting the issue as secular-communal debate that opposition was orchestrating through carefully calibrated conspiracy, BJP leaders should have lapped up this issue and made mince meat of the Media. They failed on this count. Instead they concentrated on counter polarization. It boomeranged. I remember a joke doing rounds in our Brahman families in AP. 

In our families old women were not allowing children to enter kitchen and touch them or their silk sarees that they were considering Divine Clothes. These silk sarees were costly usually. One morning, one thief entered one such Brahman house and stole valuables. The old woman saw him and chased him into the backyard. He saw a big tree and climbed it. The clever woman went inside, brought her Silk saree kept for drying and tied it to the tree trunk. She told the thief, " Now come down! I will see how you will touch the saree." So saying, she went in thinking that if the thief came down and touched her Pious saree, he would burn of sin. The thief not only came down, took away the costly saree too.  

As the clever old woman in the above anecdote BJP leaders played the Brahman here. Lost both. 

The UP government did not allow BJP to take centre stage again. They kept the arrested villagers under detention under NSA. They need not be produced in courts nor do they get bail till one year. They paid huge compensation to the family of the victim. It was unprecedented. All the time BJP was trying to polarize. They lost both. Right strategy should have been making UP government the target, take over of investigation under existing laws, make the Home guard issue big with national leaders pitching in and seek bail to the detainees. In a dirty game, play dirty. BJP should learn lessons at least now. There should not be any let up in the counter attacks. If top leaders intervened in right voices, the voices of small time leaders would have drowned in the melee and Media would have ignored them and lapped up the big leaders. Opportunity lost, but not forever. 

The foregoing is clear indication that as reported in some news reports Dadri was an orchestrated incident to destabilize nation. Even now, the home Ministry can intervene and see that UP government sticks to rule book or face ax. Just as truth in Delhi church attacks came out later, this truth also should come out. Use the best lawyers and get bail to those detained under NSA. Let them spill beans. Challenge their detention under NSA. Make proper noises now only before it is too late. BJP should learn that if they are, however losing as in Bihar, to an united opposition let them lose it by improving their own lot with people. Be Indians in India. Learn what Indians want. they like sensation, caste, creed, cult, lies, propaganda, drama, fakery, black magic more than comfortable living, bread and butter, better roads or toilets. After establishing the party pan India, show them the real face of infra development. The process is slow and tedious but gives results. That is how BJP can establish a pseudo-secular free India. 

The beef controversy preceded this. Maharashtra government re-issued an order that is routinely issued every year that eating beef be banned for two days for beef festival. This is not new. People jumped, "It is my right what I want to eat". All these years, order was being issued and they were eating what they wanted. What new happened this year? Nothing but a well-orchestrated conspiracy of sorts. On Gandhi's Birthday bars are closed, butcher shops are closed, non-vegetarianism is discouraged. Did these self-proclaimed rights groups forget their rights to eat and drink what they want?  No one tweeted, "I ate beef, I drank beer. Come and murder  me" on Gandhi birthday. No Aiyar from Tamilnadu hosted a beef party or beer party declaring himself as an orthodox Brahman. Where did these perverted guys lead the psyche of a peaceful, co-existing Hindu way of life. Anarchy? Who prompted them? What is the quid pro quo, if any?  Truth will come out soon. An unknown member of an unknown outfit nothing to do with RSS/BJP calls police telling them that beef was being served in Kerala House, in Delhi. Yes! It was there on the menu, "Beef Fry". Police went there as a precautionary measure. From Kanyakumari to Kashmir, all hell broke lose, in a concerted, pre-planned manner. Beef parties were held to provoke fringe elements. Who knows? No right-winger might have been involved in the protests. It could have been stage managed. 

To know better how this happens, please read the story of George who made Police eat a humble pie. If one wants to conspire, he can do do that. So too, if one wants quick justice he too can plan it. George did it for justice, the conspirators did it to throw a peaceful nation out of gear. 

This is the true story of George Philips of Meridian, Mississippi, who was going to bed when his wife told him that he had left the light on in the shed. George opened the door to go and turn off the light but saw there were people in the shed in the process of stealing things. He immediately phoned the police, who asked, " Is someone in your house?' and George said, "No" and explained the situation. Then they explained that all patrols were busy and he should simply lock the door and an officer would be there when available. George said, "Okay" and hung up. After thirty + seconds he called them again. 

"hello! I just called you a few seconds ago because there were people in my shed. well, you don't have to worry about them now because I've just shot them all"
Then, he hung up. Within five minutes three squad cars, an Armed response unit and an Ambulance showed up. Of course, the police caught the burglars red-handed. 

One of the Policemen said to George. "I thought you said that you'd shot them"

George said, "I thought you said there was nobody available"

Though this story does not exactly fit into the scheme of things we discuss here, an analogy can be drawn at the way a panic can be created in the administration by falsehood. That is what Congress and cronies did in the country. They created a scene, created panic, sent nation scurrying for cover fro the ghostly (non-existing) intolerance.  T

This was continued with Award Wapsi, twisting normal routine statements of statesmen, actors etc.,, Those who opposed this calumny were branded Right Wing Terrorists out to tear the secular fabric of the nation. For them secularism meant appeasement,, keeping specific sections of population in illiteracy and deprivity and thus in paranoia.

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                  SATYAMEVA JAYATHE