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Nearly thirty years after the Babri Masjid was razed by a mob in Uttar Pradesh, a special CBI court in Lucknow today acquitted all 32 accused, including BJP leaders LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and Uma Bharti, citing lack of evidence.



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Atal Bihari Bajpai said @3:19 in the below attached video
"And we will FIGHT with help of mob not on the basis of Law" ....
 
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Hindutva fascists have 'thin skin with big chip', they won't listen and won't change...

They are incorrigible, they don't retrospect, doesn't believe in redemption and change.

It is like a triumph of Hinduism over invader Islam, the renaissance and revival of Hinduism in Bharat.

The coming home of lost Vedic Hindutva...

It is the vengeance of 800 years of Muslim rule, it is revenge from Muslims of destroying the revered Hinduism from the sacred land of Bharat.

It is getting the respect and right of Hinduism from Hindu secular's, liberals, leftists who mocked and denigrated the old pagan Hindu religion as not fit for the modern times. And to be modern one need to move away from medieval Hindu religion...

It is like Eureka for the Sanghis and Hindutvadis....let them revel and dabble.

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Babri mosque demolition was a grave error and should have never been done.

The destruction meant destruction of evidence of atrocities committed by Islamic rulers on Hindus.

Hindus should have preserved and educated generation after generation of Hindus on the atrocities committed by Islamic rulers on Hindus.

Hindus are always myopic and do not think long term like the Muslims.
 
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Hindutva fascists have 'thin skin with big chip', they won't listen and won't change...

They are incorrigible, they don't retrospect, doesn't believe in redemption and change.

It is like a triumph of Hinduism over invader Islam, the renaissance and revival of Hinduism in Bharat.

The coming home of lost Vedic Hindutva...

It is like Eureka for the Sanghis and Hindutvadis....let them revel and dabble.
Why be envy of Hindutvadis when compared to Pakistanis, they are no where near achieving their objectives?

Hindutvadis still trying to achieve albeit with very few success what Islamists have achieved so far by partitioning British India in 1947 and creating Muslim majority Pakistan by making the state as an Islamic republic with Islam as the religion of the state deciding all the laws of the Pakistan starting with the condition that head of the state in Pakistan would be practicing Muslim.

Since we are discussing about the judgement passed un criminal case regarding unlawful demolition of Babri masjid where so all accused were acquitted may I remind Pakistani friends that on eve of demolition of Babri,
there were strong protests in Pakistan in which dozens of Hindu temples were destroyed. Was there any legal proceedings on these attacks on Hindu temples in Pakistan in all these 30 years?




 

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Why be envy of Hindutvadis when compared to Pakistanis, they are no where near achieving their objectives?

Hindutvadis still trying to achieve albeit with very few success what Islamists have achieved so far by partitioning British India in 1947 and creating Muslim majority Pakistan by making the state as an Islamic republic with Islam as the religion of the state deciding all the laws of the Pakistan starting with the condition that head of the state in Pakistan would be practicing Muslim.

Since we are discussing about the judgement passed un criminal case regarding unlawful demolition of Babri masjid where so all accused were acquitted may I remind Pakistani friends that on eve of demolition of Babri,
there were strong protests in Pakistan in which dozens of Hindu temples were destroyed. Was there any legal proceedings on these attacks on Hindu temples in Pakistan in all these 30 years?




Here is another Sanghi with his Whataboutism.

Basically, Sanghi JNUite tries to downplay the crimes of his compatriots by pointing accusations at others.

From Merriam-Webster:

Whataboutism gives a clue to its meaning in its name. It is not merely the changing of a subject ("What about the economy?") to deflect away from an earlier subject as a political strategy; it’s essentially a reversal of accusation, arguing that an opponent is guilty of an offense just as egregious or worse than what the original party was accused of doing, however unconnected the offenses may be.
 

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Why be envy of Hindutvadis when compared to Pakistanis, they are no where near achieving their objectives?

Ironically the Islamic state of Pakistan has never elected the Muslimvadis, the Mullahs, the Jihadis, the extremists, the Talibans and the likes of them to the government, in the center and in the provinces...they were always at the fringe and never in the government.

This unprecedented distinction is reserved for the secular state of India to elect Hindutvadis to the center and in the states...as MP's as MLA's as Ministers and just about anyone.


Now Pakistan and India are on a totally different and opposite paths...

Seems like Pakistan has learned the lesson, India still doing trial and error...

Anyways unlike the perception Pakistan was always more tolerant and much less communal than India in religious and regional aspects, no caste based divide and hate in Pakistan as in India, check the communal riot records in India, they are in hundreds. No untouchables in Pakistan...

Any killings of Hindus in Pakistan on the scale of Ayodhya, Gujarat, None!!! no lynchings of Hindus on not saying Allah O Akbar as Muslims are lynched to chant Jai Shree Ram, as trivial as the choice of food, they are killed.

There is no concept of Muslim mobs in thousands killing Hindus as they do in India killing Muslims in hundreds, in thousands.

Terrorist attack by a lone suicide bomber brainwashed, sponsored and financed by the enemy agencies RAW, NDS, CIA doesn't mean there is large scale hatred for Hindus, Christians, others in Pakistan. It is done purposely to blame and tarnish the image of Pakistan regarding minorities in the west and other countries.

In India the hatred is across the board, runs deep down, is intrinsic and institutionalized against Muslims, the reasons were mentioned in my previous post.

Pakistan is no Communal India...
 
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Here is another Sanghi with his Whataboutism.

Basically, Sanghi JNUite tries to downplay the crimes of his compatriots by pointing accusations at others.

From Merriam-Webster:

Whataboutism gives a clue to its meaning in its name. It is not merely the changing of a subject ("What about the economy?") to deflect away from an earlier subject as a political strategy; it’s essentially a reversal of accusation, arguing that an opponent is guilty of an offense just as egregious or worse than what the original party was accused of doing, however unconnected the offenses may be.
Whataboutism is perfect response for people indulging in selective outrage.


Selective Outrage
1) Outrage against a moment/incident that is aligned to your ideology
2) Not being neutral
3) Using your own filter in mind to accept few news and rejecting another

 

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Babri mosque demolition was a grave error and should have never been done.

The destruction meant destruction of evidence of atrocities committed by Islamic rulers on Hindus.

Hindus should have preserved and educated generation after generation of Hindus on the atrocities committed by Islamic rulers on Hindus.

Hindus are always myopic and do not think long term like the Muslims.

Here I agree with you, and your rest of the post.

They are Myopic, not farsighted...

they are a bit scared that Hinduism is in danger from rising number of Muslims, not true in long/short term.

Cap the number of Muslims in India to let flourish Hindu religion...kind of ideas.
 

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Whataboutism is perfect response for people indulging in selective outrage.


Selective Outrage
1) Outrage against a moment/incident that is aligned to your ideology
2) Not being neutral
3) Using your own filter in mind to accept few news and rejecting another

Naah...basically you are saying that one can be outraged on a certain issue only if he/she is outraged on all issues. Sanghi logic at its finest.

In any case....never seen savarnas ever outraged over atrocities on lower castes.
 

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Naah...basically you are saying that one can be outraged on a certain issue only if he/she is outraged on all issues. Sanghi logic at its finest.

In any case....never seen savarnas ever outraged over atrocities on lower castes.
No.

I am saying that people who indulge in selective outrage are bound to be confronted with whataboutism .

The choice of indulging in selective outrage was made you and you alone. So you cannot runaway.

By indulging in selective outrage you have lost the moral high ground and lost the right to question others on whataboutism.
 

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In any case....never seen savarnas ever outraged over atrocities on lower castes.

It did not take much time for you to indulge in Whataboutism. Yes, the same thing that you are accusing others of indulging in on this very thread.

You are morally bankrupt.
 

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No.

I am saying that people who indulge in selective outrage are bound to be confronted with whataboutism .

The choice of indulging in selective outrage was made you and you alone. So you cannot runaway.

By indulging in selective outrage you have lost the moral high ground and lost the right to question others on whataboutism.
Destroy a Muslim mosque and then complain about Muslims expressing outrage as "selective outrage". I mean, we can't even express outrage in this Manuvadi Rashtra. Sanghi logic at its finest.
 

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