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Hindu nationalism and secularism in Indian politics : Comments

By George Thomas, published 17/6/2004

George C Thomas examines the complexities of Hindu nationalism in India

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It is correct that India should be treated as a Hindu state. Hindus have first preference to live and work there, and any non-Hindu shall be treated as an expatriate. This is to safeguard Hindu national identity lest it will be played upon by the British and eliminated. They are totally biased against anything Indian or Hindu, while they run every country by proxy and hand-wringing including India and China, they have allowed the creation of exclusive Islamic states in the Middle East with money and power while simultaneously exploiting and cheating countries like India. Why should Hindu majority in India accept a non-Hindu as a Prime Minister or a PM? Would Malaysia or any Gulf country accept a non-Muslim in their Government leadership? Again, the root cause of all this evil is not Islam, it is the British and their bias.
Posted by ARUN, Saturday, 26 November 2005 4:16:46 AM
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