Understanding communist conspiracy, Penetrating ‘Ambedkarite’ Movement.


Understanding communist conspiracy, Penetrating ‘Ambedkarite’ Movement.



Roots and international expansion

Everyone is aware of the origin and roots of communism. Communism was proposed by German ideologue Karl Marx and Fredric Angels back in 1848 by publishing “The communist manifesto”. Communism was born due to the industrial revolution that was started in Britain and spread all over Europe and Russia in relatively short spam. Due to industrial revolution and lack of labour laws there was a feeling of umbrage in the labours. Marx was heavily benefited by the discontent among the labours and peasants working in factories. Pitch was ready for the communists and they became successful in transforming Russia to a red nation. Did labours get their cut or not is secondary question though.

Once a recipe is successful at one place people tend to experiment in different places. Just like that after the successful inception of red flag in Russia comrades flew in other parts of the world with the constitution of their ‘-ism’. In few countries they were successful where there were kind of similar conditions. But the problems grew when comrades swore to convert blue planet into a red one.


Entry in India

When comrades approached India for the expansion of their –ism, they initially targeted their most suitable and easy target, labour movement of mill workers in Mumbai. Unlike Russian labour revolution they couldn’t prevail and sequenced into the axe of unemployment on the mill workers, which resulted in completely destroying their fortune. After the unsuccessful attempt of inception in India with the labour rebel, comrades started to find new hosts for survival. Their cunning eye went on the backward, abandoned aboriginal tribes.

Extermination of tribal movement and rise of ‘Naxalism

After losing credibility of the Indian mill workers commies swivelled their guns towards the abandoned and ignored tribes in the forests. Ignorance of the government and lack of interest of the society towards the tribal welfare was on the fortune of the communists. Hence they could get through support from the tribes. They brought the tribes to faith that the government has always failed or has no interest in their welfare hence they need to rebel against the government. And this was the first time when “laal salaam” echoed in the forests of India.

That was a kick start. Then there was no looking back. For about 60 years communists fooled the tribes that they are their messiah and are here for their uprising. With the help from some capitalists and NGOs communists kept the forests burning. After the intervention of other political and social powers this conspiracy was brought into light. But it left the huge scares on the ‘Adiwasi Movement’. It couldn’t affect us as it was very much limited with the government, security forces and the ‘adiwasis’.

Now there is somewhat hope of bringing those backward and exploited tribes into mainstream. But still the big challenge to extricate the tribal youth from the ghettos of naxalites.


Eying to hijack “Ambedkarite Movement”

After the several unsuccessful attempts to pierce their feet in Indian soils comrades were in search of new pabulum. Their astute acumen went on ‘dalit movement’, which seemed to be scattered after the demise of ‘Namdeo Dhasal’ and schism in ‘Republican Party’. This is the biggest and real threat of the communists to Indian society to misguide the ‘Ambedkarites’. What it looks ostensibly is really alarming to all of us believing in democracy.

For consideration why this happened?

The answer lies within the feeling of discomfort in ‘dalits’ roused due to racial hierarchy. This gap of miscommunication between the upper class and dalits is being filled presto by communists. The biggest irony is that Dr. Ambedkar always opposed communism. In his speech in Nepal he condemned communism and advocated to his followers not to get in to the clutches of the communists.

Another significant angle is blind following of the dalit activists towards their leaders. Many of the dalits blindly follow those who politicize Ambedkar.

To overcome this lapse RSS (Rashtriy Swayamsevak Sangh) is rushing to adopt Ambedkar. This was the main reason of restlessness of RSS on 125th birth anniversary year. It was widely celebrated by the sangh parivar in order to rapport with Dalits. The action was not much delayed as the significant destruction was yet to be done.
This is the time when we all those believe in democracy need to join our hands to bring the dalit community in to the mainstream to fight with the foreign powers which intend to break India. Unlike the tribal we can’t afford to lose one of the integral part of our society. Let’s unite and vanquish red malady.

Here’s what Dr Ambedkar said about the Communists and Socialist. An excerpt from his speech-

The condemnation of the Constitution largely comes from two quarters, the Communist Party and the Socialist Party. Why do they condemn the Constitution? Is it because it is really a bad Constitution? I venture to say no’. The Communist Party want a Constitution based upon the principle of the Dictatorship of the Proletariat. They condemn the Constitution because it is based upon parliamentary democracy. The Socialists want two things. The first thing they want is that if they come in power, the Constitution must give them the freedom to nationalize or socialize all private property without payment of compensation. The second thing that the Socialists want is that the Fundamental Rights mentioned in the Constitution must be absolute and without any limitations so that if their Party fails to come into power, they would have the unfettered freedom not merely to criticize, but also to overthrow the State.
Dr.B. R. Ambedkar

Where there is discontent, there are communists…
Akshay Bikkad
T.Y.B.Sc.
Fergusson College
Ag.bikkad@gmail.com
8975332523
References
What Dr Ambedkar said about Communists & Socialists criticizing the Constitution of India



 

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