Browsing All posts tagged under »Colonialism«

Rudraksh, Rohingyas and Suzie Roy

June 11, 2018


This post serves as a follow-up to my previous blogpost ( on the Rohingya exodus and the desire for a larger Christian state in the North East Through Rakhine lies the Pathway to the Greater Christian State ). Please review this blogpost to understand the long great game in the North East to create a separate nation […]

Mindgames on #Siachen

May 5, 2012


I’ll make this blog post short and to the point. This is not the time for lofty proclamations and an examination of issues from both sides. For the last 6+ years India has seen a massive build-up of propaganda to influence public opinion to give away crucial Indian territory in J&K. For those who want […]

Murdered Shamans, Witch Burnings & Indian Traditions

November 5, 2011


This post is meant to show the common thread that exists world over between different instances of destruction of bearers of natural traditions. The present is connected with the past and with what is happening in India currently. The christian movement in the last 1600 years of its existence has struck a death-blow to indigenous […]

The Brown Mans Mask

June 25, 2011


140 characters on twitter are not adequate to express the facts and hypothesis around the current drama raging in India. Rising prices of basic commodities and fuel (at a time where fuel prices worldwide are falling), scam after scam all displaying a corporate-political nexus, a completely biased and bought out media which serves as a […]

Tribute to the Intellectuals of South Asia

October 11, 2010


This is my tribute to the great intellectuals and journalists of South Asia. Well, it is not much of a poem but then I am as much a poet as you all are intellectuals :P.   We sail along to that mythical land called South Asia Nevermind that the natives have never heard of South […]

The Strange Visits of the Maino-Gandhi Clan

August 8, 2010


This is just a smattering of visits that have been widely discussed. Visits when Rajiv Gandhi was PM are not included. I am certain that this is just the tip of the iceberg. I leave you to draw your own conclusions. Sonia & Raul’s visit to the US (2010) This was a most […]

Summary: Power Houses of East India Companies and MNCs for last 400 years

July 23, 2010

3 is one of the best research I have read around the reality of the “East India Company”. It is something that will take a couple of hours to read and is a shocker for most people. Unfortunately, our colonial education has not taught us these truths because of which we are repeating the East India […]