Underlying message of Twitter CEO-Placard on Brahminical order
The recent Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s anti-Brahminical placard has caused a huge flutter. The limited few journalists with whom he has held a closed-door meeting are known for their unbound acrimony against the Hindu Society. Their very intention is to malign the Hindu religion somehow. Otherwise why do they endorse the placard “Brahminical Patriarchy?” Do they not find patriarchy among Muslims and Christians?
Their ire against Brahmins is two-fold. One, Brahmins are the upholders of ancient tradition and culture of the Hindu Society. Two, because of Brahmins, the Hindu-religion/Dharma is surviving. Even during colonial rule, the Christian missionaries of the West, targeted Brahmins. They knew pretty well that this very (Brahmin) backbone of India was fractured beyond repair or eliminated from the scene, they could well make India their evangelical homeland. The missionaries converted completely Philippines and S.Korea into Christian nations. They want the same kind of leverage in India.
In developed countries like the USA and the UK, the evangelical groups have no work since the people along with the development moved away from the Christianity. Now the evangelical groups are targeting poorer countries in Africa and India. A part of the ploy seems to be these multi-national company bosses bringing in this schism in the Society. Of course, a major amount of blame goes to Indian in-put giving journalists, thinking that those who come from the West are their saviours. If castes is the problem in India, so does the race in the West. Let them deal with it first, eradicate that malice in their homeland and come to us if at all to preach anything.
The bunch of journalists whose sympathies are elsewhere from the Hindu religion and who are always on their toes to denigrate Hindu practices have least compunction in supporting the placard. They think they are acolytes of free speech. They cannot tolerate when others answer them. They call them “bigots” as if it is their sole propriety to name-call others. They seem to be hate-mongers masquerading as journalists. Otherwise, why then they portray their own other countrymen in poor light?
Anna Vetticad has no business to support the placard held by Jack Dorsey. On behalf of Twitter @Vijay the representative of the Twitter in India has apologized. Anna said in her tweet that was unbecoming of him. For, it appeared to her that they were trampled under bus tyres when he himself saved his skin. She should know that’s how the world works. To him, his business and the prestige of his company are more important than any of those silly gooses clichéd formulaic posters/slogans.
These leftist journalists take the left parties to an abyss. That’s reason there is no Left, left in India. The Dalit who provided the placard to the CEO of Twitter may not be a real Dalit. He may be a pseudo-one like Kancha Ilaiah. The neo-converts to Christianity hate Brahmins, Sanskrit and Cows. Kancha Ilaiah organised a beef-festival in Osmania university recently. The excerpts from his book, ‘Why I am not a Hindu’ are removed from the textbooks of Delhi university, of late, by the Central BJP government, a really bold act. He spews venom on Hindu religion and Hindutva. He has all the support of the Congress party at the Central level. He has his proximity to Rahul Gandhi also.
There should be immediate counters from the Hindu Society to this so-called intellectual terrorism by these partisan journalists. It’s better for them to look in-wards to find the deeper malice, they have, within them than from the outside Hindu social order. If they are incapable of understanding India, let them admit. For most of the Indians, they are incomprehensible.
I am Indira Garimella living in Hyderabad. I hold a Master’s Degree and M. Phil (in English) with M.Ed. I worked as PGT in English in Government run Residential Schools. I have been associated with Pragna Bharati, Hyderabad. I also worked as Associate Editor of Bharatiya Pragna, monthly magazine of Pragna Bharati in the past. I have been a keen observer of National Politics and also write letters and articles to the English and Telugu newspapers from time to time.