Thursday, July 27, 2017

Manual scavenging is Aryan Conspiracy :Each job reserved for particular caste. Manual Scavenging is reserved for native people of India.


Manual scavenging has been glorified since the time of Mahatma Gandhi. It hasn’t changed now with prime minister Narendra Modi describing it as an “experience in spirituality”. Manual scavenging is dehumanising. And despite the laws created to abolish it, the news of manual scavenging and manual scavengers dying in sewers and septic tanks are not unheard of. The article, Clean India, unclean Indians: Beyond the Bhim Yatra, published in Economic and Political Weekly dated June 25, 2016, deals with these issues and more in detail.
The ground reality
Manual scavenging continues to draw the attention of policymakers, judiciary, executive, civil society organisations and the media. In reality, however, it is still flourishing in urban India. Most people who make a living as sanitary workers in the cities belong to the Balmiki caste which has been doing this job traditionally. The article says that one of the major achievements of the colonial administration of the past and the ruling political parties of the present is moulding this community into accepting scavenging as their tradition. In fact, the state is the largest agency which employs and pays over a million scavengers.
With their new identity of safai karamchari given to them by the state, it may appear that they have earned a secular status in the society. That’s not all, social scientists call them ‘professionals of the city’ and the Delhi Municipal Corporation has named them swasthya kamgar (the health workers). But the reality doesn’t do any justice to these seemingly respectable identities.
A number of organisations like National Commission for Safai Karamcharis and media organisations working at the grassroot level have reported that in India, the state is the biggest offender in maintaining their status quo. The article argues that urbanisation has made the members of the marginal castes more closely identifiable with the scavenging occupation and the local authorities perceive scavengers--a majority of them, women--as indispensable functionaries of the state.
Social and economic exploitation
Traditionally, the marginal castes were assigned all the jobs perceived as unclean or dirty, such as the disposal of sewage and animal carcasses, and were viewed as unworthy of even being touched. Although, caste is not openly discussed now, urban scavengers continue to be discriminated as their ‘unclean work’ is identified with their caste. 

Sunday, July 9, 2017

RSS guys are not even Hindus? /One group converted to Hinduism as Chitpavan Brahmins, the other remained Jewish or Bene Israe

RSS guys are not even Hindus:-) //One group converted to Hinduism as Chitpavan Brahmins, the other remained Jewish or Bene Israel//lol.. People are finding the truth now. Power of western freedom and platforms to research and communicate truth as it is- from people to people without any perverted intermediary. Thanks Jose Kissinger. Your time and energy is energizing. We are the beneficiaries of your research and knowledge. For Tamils, four other stalwarts to follow are Anthony Fernando, Bala G and Valasavallavan, Kalai Mathi..as far as I know. Amazing friends!

Jose Kissinger: இன்று யூதன் என சொல்லிக்கொள்ளும் யூதனில் 98% யூதனே கிடையாது, அதுபோல இந்துக்களின் காவலன் என சொல்லிக்கொள்ளும் RSS ன் தோற்றுவிப்பாளர்கள் இந்துக்களே கிடையாது.
98% யூதர்கள் ஹஸாரியர்கள், செமிடிக் (சேம் மின் சந்ததி) இனக்குழுவே கிடையாது. RSS நிறுவனர்கள் இந்த ஹஸாரியர்களே!
There are two common mythological theories of origin among the Chitpavans. The more contemporary theory is based on the etymology of their name meaning "pure of mind", while an older belief uses the alternate etymology of "pure from the pyre" and is based on the tale of Parashurama in the Sahyadrikhanda of the Skanda Purana.[7][8] The Parashurama myth of origin is identical to the myth that claimed by the Bene Israel of the Kolaba district. According to Bene Israeli myth, the Chitpavan and Bene Israel are descendants from a group of 14 people shipwrecked off the Konkan coast. One group converted to Hinduism as Chitpavan Brahmins, the other remained Jewish or Bene Israel.
After the fall of the Maratha Empire in 1818, the Chitpavans lost their political dominance to the British. The British would not subsidize the Chitpavans on the same scale that their caste-fellow, the Peshwas had done in the past. Pay and power was now significantly reduced. Poorer Chitpavan students adapted and started learning English because of better opportunities in the British administration.[17]
Some of the prominent figures in the Hindu reform movements of the 19th and 20th centuries came from the Chitpavan Brahmin community. These included Dhondo Keshav Karve,[26] Justice Mahadev Govind Ranade,[27] Vinayak Damodar Savarkar,[28][29] Gopal Ganesh Agarkar,[30] Vinoba Bhave.[31]Wolpert, Stanley A. (April 1991). Tilak and Gokhale: Revolution and Reform in the Making of Modern India. Oxford: Oxford University Press. p. 32. ISBN 978-0195623925.

Thursday, July 6, 2017

12 Things You Should Know About Paarpan (Brahmins) of Tamil Nadu


Here are 12 things you should know about Paarpan (Brahmins) of Tamil Nadu. These points are transcript prepared by Suthamalli Ganga. (If you understand Tamil, you can listen to the video at the end of this post)
  1. Why paarpan, not Brahmin – because today’s ‘brahmins’ were doing astrology like others carpentry, or agriculture. Paarpan, a Tamil word for the ‘looker’, ‘marker of future or astrology’ is the self-generated profession of 5% of people who call themselves as a brahmin, because they claim that they came from the mouth of creator ‘brahma’ and rest from lower parts to indicate their lower status.
  2. Parpaans’ Rigveda has Varna or colour system codified in its chapter 10 called Purusha Sutra with the Bhagawat Gita (inserted in Mahabharat – which is the story of a paarpan king, killing Buddhist king by treachery, staring the establishment of paarpan power in India) confirming that assertion. Bhagavad Gita Chapter 4, poem 13 glorifies the four-varna system (degrading the majority as shudra and such hard-working farming communities as untouchables)
  3. Go to a group or meeting – A Christian will handshake you, a Muslim will hug you but a paarpan Hindu (Iyer) will say ‘namaskaram’ or ‘namaste’ from a distance because he believes in untouchability
  4. One can become a president but not a priest in Hindu temple because it in India social power is higher than political power (now a paarpan has political power also along with administrative power)
  5. Hindus God starts with Varna, purity, caste because it declares that the creator Brahma – created 5% Brahman from his mouth (95% rest from lower parts to degrade the rest)
  6. Today’s paarpan never tender apology, but only does escapism by saying that what he got to do with their forefather’s mistake injecting caste hierarchies and no corrective actions as well and enjoying all the privileges.
  7. Look at the percentage of 5% paarpan in the judiciary, an administrative service which goes up to 80%. Doesn’t it tell that the paarpan they are holding, all administrative powers along with social and political power even after 70 years of independence?
  8. Hinduism is stamping a lower hierarchy for non-brahmins by grading people based on birth. No other religion has degrading mechanism by birth.
  9. We don’t protest other religions, say Christianity or Islam for having parts such as (protestant/catholic) or Shia and Sunni because parts don’t degrade as caste. The earlier parts such as saivam, vainavam, saitram don’t harm as they only look different ways of looking into one faith and we don’t dislike religion per se, but don’t believe in the idea of God.
  10. Saying, ‘I am a Brahmin’ is like putting a board on your door saying, ‘sacred women live here’ as if the rest of the neighbours are doing prostitution.
  11. Parai is music, a dance form, an art form that includes the music for the war declaration. But reducing Parai only to music for the funeral is wrong. Then paarpan should play their veenai, which is apt for funerals.
  12. Today’s Indian Brahmin or Paarpan were originally from the present-day Syria, who speak Sanskrit. Current research says that these fair skinned were brought by brown and black skilled Tamils into India during their sojourns abroad for trade and war for millennia in some 40 countries and today 80 originals Tamils are living and mixed with other cultures.    http://velivada.com/2017/07/06/12-things-know-paarpan-brahmins-tamil-nadu/

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Clear proof emerged from the site of 8000 Samanar's were massacred .


What happen to 8000 Samana's in the hands of Thiru Gnana Sampanthar and his followers? Or he was a scape goat and some body els was behind this physical elimination process?
According to Shaiva historians, they were defeated by  Sampanthar in so called "punal vaatham" and "anal vaatham". what is this vaatham? Vaatham is debate in Tamil, that mean they have to argue with ideological ground, just like any social debates. But this historic debate were occurred in a manner of black Magic.Sampanthar and Samana saints had put their palm leaves in  flowing water and Sampanthar's palm leaves did not gone with the water flow. This was the so called Punal vaatham. When they were put in fire and Sampanthar's  palm leaves did not burn in to ash.This was the Anal vaatham.Typical stories from  mental hospitals. So the King Ninraseer Nedumaran and his Brahmin gangs had massacred.
This holocaust was instigated by   Nayanar and his people.This nayanar is a Shaivite Brahmin.Who was the real culprit behind this heinous crime against  native people?  This episode is well glorified by the followers of Shaiva cult.I could not see any heroism or humanism in this brutal Kaluvetram massacre of Samana/Jain monks.
Who are those so called Samana's? They are sons of soil.They had many type of native believe systems.Generally they are Samanar's or Jain's.Actually this religion is not a religion in the sense of other organized religions.
Organized religion is entirely a foreign idea.It was brought up  by Brahmins, early christians and muslims.
Sanmargam or Samanam was practice in India,even before the invention of Vedham or Veda.Other name for this belief is Jainism, it's a twisted word of gyan or gnanam.

Un organize religion is a most liberal way of spiritual seekers. Narrow minded power hungers and self fish money suckers convert this liberal system as organize movements.Shaivism and Vaishnavism are simply a organized political movements with the spiritual colors. Brahmin spin masters took all ideas from Samanar's and just twisted everything according to their own agendas.