New Delhi purging electoral rolls of illegal immigrants

India is ruled by the evil caste system although it has been outlawed and the UN, the international community and the Supreme Court exercises oversight.

Having said that, the Supreme Court of India upholds the rule of law, the basis of the Constitution.

There are serious issues in India.

For starters, many Muslims in the country are not only illegal immigrants but they are also on the electoral rolls because of previous administrations which wanted their votes and stayed in power at the expense of the Hindus in particular.

India can live with illegal immigrants. The country never had an immigration Act until 1947. People have entered India for thousands of years and made it their home and joined the great Indian melting pot.

India is a geographical and cultural construct bound by the Sulaiman Mountains, Hindu Kush, Himalayas, Arakan Yoma, Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal.

There are no pure Aryans (new Caucasians) or pure Dravidians (archaic Caucasoids) in India. The Negrito in the mountains of Kerala were the first people in India. They came 70, 000 years ago from east Africa. The other Indians entered India 8, 000 years to 15, 000 years ago. The people in Ladakh, Sikkim and the seven states in northeast India are Mongoloids. Nepal and Bhutan are not in India. Myanmar is no longer part of India.

Modern elections, but not democracy, are a new dimension in India.

If illegal immigrants, no matter what their faith, are not removed from the electoral rolls, the people will lose their sovereignty.

The illegal immigrants can only be removed from the electoral rolls if their citizenship, if obtained fraudulently, is revoked. Those who lose their citizenship can appeal to the Supreme Court of India which will not, in any case, allow statelessness.

Unlike other countries, illegal immigrants can stay in India if they have gone undetected for years, but they can’t be on the electoral rolls.

Those who entered India illegally cannot apply for citizenship.

Hindus are belatedly upset over the thousands of temples turned over hundreds of years into mosques. Hindus want these temples back.

This presents a great dilemma for the Supreme Court of India.

Pakistan is a grave problem that India needs to settle once and for all. British colonialists stole a lot of land from India to create Pakistan in 1947 ostensibly for Muslims, but in fact to divide the great Indian Army which was on the verge of slaughtering 100, 000 British in India.

India can live with Bangladesh but not Pakistan which has armed itself to the teeth with nuclear weapons and has been running a Hate India campaign since 1947. Pakistan has to be stopped.

New Delhi plans to push the line of control steadily northwards until Pakistan and China are pushed out completely from Kashmir.

India also plans to push the international border westwards until the Indus River as defensible.

Pakistan will be dismembered and reduced to a rump state in west Punjab on the western bank of the Indus.

Finally, but by no means the last, Hindus belabour in the delusion that all non-Hindus in the country are converts from Hinduism and should return to that way of life.

Hinduism did not exist, until a few hundred years ago, when sivalingga worship in the south was merged by visiting Brahmins (priest caste) with the Brahma worship and Vishnu worship of the north.

Hinduism is not religion but a collection of local practices which vary from place to place. All the Gods and Goddesses in Hinduism are human beings.

There’s no God the Creator in Hinduism.

However, Hindus feel there’s a great spirit — paramatma — which permeates everything.

Hindus are not believers like Muslims for example, but seekers with or without the assistance of Knowers (Guru).

Hinduism and Sanatana (science) Dharma (duties) are not one and the same thing.

Sanatana Dharma is about the eternal laws based on eternal truths.

The Holy Bible, the Word of God, is about the spiritual nature of truth.

Word of God refers to eternal laws based on eternal truths. These have a spiritual nature.

In Kerala, for example, Christianity was the first religion. It was brought by Hebrew speakers and Aramaic-speaking Syrians 2, 000 years ago. St Thomas, one of the 12 disciples of Jesus, came to Kerala and was killed in the neighbouring Tamil Nadu.

So, it’s wrong for Hindus to assume that all Christians among others were converts from Hinduism.

If there are converts elsewhere in India, these are people wishing to escape the evil caste system and get an education through the Church. Education liberates people from poverty.

Karmic forces exhaust themselves sooner or later.

So, why should the Brahmins place prohibition on upward social mobility, citing karma as justification?

Karma is neutral.

It’s human perceptions that see karma as good, bad, evil, ugly, beautiful, positive or negative.

The more you fight karma, the more it will fight you.

Karma can be neutralised by accepting it. Karmic forces will exhaust themselves sooner or later.

Look for the silver lining in the clouds.

Consider everything that happens as a blessing in disguise.

Count your blessings.

Be thankful and grateful so that you will have even more reasons tomorrow to be thankful and grateful.

Have faith, stay committed, and you will reach your destination sooner or later.

God — the moment of thought before space and time and the universe which has no beginning and no end and before the Big Bang — helps those who help themselves.

Author: fernzthegreat

Joe Fernandez holds a honours degree in management, majoring in economics, and has opted from academia in law to being a jurist. He was trained professionally on the job as a journalist. He's a longtime Borneo watcher, keen on the history and legal aspects of Malaya's presence in Sabah and Sarawak. He teaches the English language privately and has emerged as a subject matter expert in public examination techniques.

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