Thus spake the Communist…

josef-wissarionowitsch-stalin-161780_640I condemn Hitler who sent 11 million to concentration camps, but love Stalin who killed millions more and simply adore Mao whose actions may have led to the killing of 70 million.

I condemn Capitalism which sometimes keeps about half the population in poverty but recommend Communism which abuses, tortures and impoverishes 99.9% of the population every time.

I condemn democratic Capitalistic leaders with a lot of power but worship Communist despots with absolute power.
When 100% of mainstream media, intellectuals and writers happen to be Communists, I call it neutrality. But I absolutely froth in the mouth when 1% of social media leans Right and call it severe bias.

I ignore a murder committed by a Communist leader and scream from the rooftops if a Right leaning leader has even a baseless allegation hurled at him.

I’m an atheist so I hate the Christian-Judaism-Hindu Right but I curiously approve of the Muslim Right. Don’t ask me why. Nothing I do makes any sense anyway.

© Sunil Rajguru

Discipline, not sedition, the real issue in #ShutDownJNU

Do you have the right to scream, “Kashmir ko milegi azadi” non-stop in your neighbour’s house? He has every right to kick you out. His right to privacy is greater than your right to speech.

Can you go into your boss’ cabin and start shouting “Bandook de dum par azadi” repeatedly? He has every right to sack you. His right to conduct his business is greater than your right to speech.

Can you stand in the middle of the road and scream “Bharat ki barbadi tak, jang rahegi, jang rahegi” in front of a car for even five minutes? The driver has every right to call the traffic cops and chase you away. His right to drive the road is greater than your right to speech.

Can you go outside a residential complex in the middle of the night and shout loudly, “Afzal Guru amar rahe” for an hour? The society has the right to call the cops and send you packing. His right to peace is greater than your right to speech.

Similarly even if students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) keep disrupting their premises and hold processions round the year shouting apolitical things like: “Banana ko milegi azadi” or “Apple ke de dum par azadi” or “Mango ki barbadi tak, jang rahegi, jang rahegi” or “Baingan amar rahe”, don’t the authorities have the right to kick them out on the basis of gross indiscipline?

Don’t the authorities have a right to maintain decorum in the campus? Don’t they have a duty to give the best education to all the students? Don’t other students have the right to peace and the right to be apolitical? Doesn’t actual studying precede everything else?

Which business establishment, school and residential colony in India tolerates the kind of nonsense that went on in JNU recently where students went on the rampage and shouted anti-India slogans non-stop? What is so special about students of JNU? Don’t they have to follow the same decorum and duties that the rest of India observes?

Which educational university in the world will tolerate such kind of nonsensical behaviour? Students have been expelled for far far less.

There’s no end to it. If someone wants to glorify Afzal Guru one day, it may be Ajmal Kasab the next, Mao the day after that and then Stalin… There’s no shortage of causes from Palestine to Syria to Climate Change to the European refugee crisis.

There are umpteen student unions and what if everyone if them wanted to take up all the causes? Academics could be disrupted 24X7, 365 days a year. Rights of students and their university problems one can understand, but what is the purpose of bringing things to a halt over a terrorist who has been convicted by the Supreme Court and his pardon turned down by the President of India?

Another point being missed is that freedom of speech and expression does not mean you can say “anything” “anywhere” at “any time”.

It means that you can say “anything” “somewhere” at “some time”.

For example if you book a private hall you are at liberty to say anything in front of the audience. If they are offended, then they can leave and you have a right to speak in front of an empty hall.

But here’s the thing. If the very same people who are supporting the JNU students find what you are saying is not to their liking, they will expect the police to stop you from speaking and if you continue then they will support arrest. What is more alarming is that if a crowd came and bashed you up, they would support the crowd.

For them, the rights of the mob suddenly become greater than your right to speech.

Again you are free to write whatever you want in a book. What if the book offends you? Writer Salman Rushdie said that in that case all you had to do was simply close the book and throw it away.

Again, the very same people who are supporting the JNU students would expect the authorities to ban the book and if a crowd came and bashed you up, they would support the crowd.

These very people say: If the freedom of speech is to my liking, then you can disrupt proceedings as much as possible. I have a right to offend.

These very people add: If the freedom of speech is not to my liking, then you should be arrested by the police and beaten by the crowd. You don’t have a right to offend.

This hypocrisy is what is totally killing debate in India today.

My freedom of speech is absolute.

Yours comes with umpteen terms and conditions.

That’s the real problem with the JNU students. Their conduct is such that they can be easily expelled. But then if they did that they would go on the rampage and get full support from the so-called liberals, intellectuals and seculars of India.

So the issue is not freedom of speech. It is the freedom of violence that our students have earned through their political masters. That is what has to be curbed. In that direction, the arrest of the students of JNU is an extremely positive step and now the university can get down to becoming a real centre of learning and a world class university!

JNU students definitely have FoE or “Freedom of Expression”, but subject to the rules of the university. If they don’t like the rules then they are free to quit the campus and agitate 24X7 all their life elsewhere.

The JNU authorities also have another FoE or “Freedom of Expulsion” and if they exercise it judiciously, then sanity will return to JNU and we won’t have any need for the police to enter their premises.

© Sunil Rajguru

How they should teach Communism in our school and colleges…

communism-17093_640Communism is an authoritarian ideology which believes that the State is a dictator and all its citizens should be oppressed in perpetuity. It collapsed partially in China in 1978 and totally in the erstwhile USSR (The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) in 1991, toppling all the Communist regimes in Europe. Experiments in Cuba and North Korea converted it into a full-fledged one-man dictatorship.

In 2016 there is still a desperate attempt to revive it through a handful of parties and student unions in India. Communism uses subterfuge, violence and aggressive agitations to push forward. It cleverly uses the clothes of utopia to dress a supremely dictatorial body.

It has fooled millions and millions of people and still rears its ugly head from time to time right in the middle of flourishing democracies like Arvind Kejriwal in New Delhi in 2013, Alexis Tsipras in Greece in 2015 and Bernie Sanders in America in 2016.

In the nineteenth century, it ruled the mind space of oppressed classes all over the world.

In the twentieth century, it ruled the mind space of governments all over the world.

In the twenty first century, it still rules the mind space of intelligentsia, liberals, seculars, academicians, universities, newspapers, magazines, TV channels and fringe political groups all over the world. These groups still hope and strive for total global domination.

Being atheist in nature, it abhors Right-wing groups from Christianity, Judaism and Hinduism, but curiously fully embraces far Right Muslim groups.

It is quite befitting that the founder Karl Marx never worked an honest day in his life and sponged off the kindness of others and Capitalism and was a Grade 1 Fart and Hypocrite.

Communism is like a virus which no matter how many times you eradicate, still comes back as a new strain. Once you get infected, you become totally immune to its million and one contradictions and want to just outrage for 24X7 for all the good and bad things in this world.

Synonyms: Anarchy, authoritarianism, dictatorship, ruin, financial collapse, genocide, hypocrisy, death…

Antonyms: Freedom, democracy, capitalism, happiness, life, prosperity, logic, common sense…

The flag of Communism is held high by the likes of Sonia Gandhi (India), Jeremy Corbyn (England) and Kim Jong-un (North Korea).

Even Nobel Laureates like Amartya Sen who should understand economics better are severely infected with a Communist strain.

It is associated with the colour red because it leads to bloodshed wherever it goes. Hitler wasn’t the biggest mass murderer of the twenty first century, but Communist leaders Stalin and Mao were.

china-1616747_640So it is quite common for worshippers of Mao and Stalin to call anyone they dislike a “Hitler”. Also goes by the name of Naxalism, Maoism and intellectualism in India.

Founded in 1848, it is yet to be eradicated 168 years after and continues with its onward march of destruction.

© Sunil Rajguru

Communism is flourishing in India in 2016…

In Capitalism, 1% have 99% of the wealth.
Communism brings this wealth down to one-thousandth.
Then the top 0.01% have 100% of the power.

Communism doesn’t exist in school,
Really flourishes in college,
Burns dimly when you start working,
Totally dies when you’ve to pay all the bills.

Whenever Capitalism fails, the ideology which gets 0/100 (Communism) shouts and criticizes the most.

No ideology has so spectacularly failed amongst the masses simultaneously spectacularly succeeding amongst intelligentsia.

Communism is the answer!
(To the question: Do you want destruction?)
‪#‎JNU‬ ‪#‎Sonia‬ ‪#‎Kejri‬ ‪#‎Sanders‬ ‪#‎Nehru‬ ‪#‎Naxal‬

Irony alert…
Communist regimes simply kill those who speak against them.
But Indian Communists go batshit crazy when even an arrest is made and someone is merely presented in court.

Everything is Red (Communist).
You try to make even 0.1% saffron and all hell breaks loose.

1% Communists can control 100% India.
80% Hindus can’t control even 1% of India.

In India, the Left has been the most violent entity giving the lowest development and governance.
But it takes the highest moral ground possible.

These versions by Sunil Rajguru

#AdarshLiberals still going strong…

Step 1: Attack Modi virulently.
Step 2: Support…
a. Ishrat Jahan.
b. Afzal Guru.
c. Ajmal Kasab.
Step 3: Call India Intolerant.

Either ‪#‎ShutDownJNU‬
OR rename it as ‪#‎KarlMarxUniversity‬ for that is what it is
OR revamp it totally and rename it as ‪#‎NetajiSubhasChandraBoseUniversity‬.

Intolerant Nehru.
Fascist Indira.
Dictator Sanjay.
Communal Rajiv.
Destructive Sonia.
Incompetent Pappu.
‪#‎AdarshLiberal‬: Just transfer all the adjectives to Modi!

#‎AdarshLiberals‬ logic…
Since Hinduism is the oldest surviving religion in the world, all the ills in the world can be attributed to it.
Second oldest Judaism—Perfect!

These versions by Sunil Rajguru