Hindu Resurgence Palpable in Kerala ahead of Local Body Elections – Dr Gopalakrishnan

published on October 14, 2015

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  1. JPS Nair Reply

    October 14, 2015 at 7:18 pm

    How much Sukumaran got for withdrawing case against Chandrika
    Chandrika (Muslim League paper) published an editorial in which they called Nair’s as fatherless people. NSS filed a case for this and now the case is withdrawn. Anyone has any idea how much money is received by Sukumaran Nair for withdrawing this case.

  2. GSK Menon Reply

    October 16, 2015 at 7:52 pm

    Hindu resurgence palpable
    I have been constantly repeating, demand that every Hindu community should be declared as a Minority, this will change the electioneering scene from A to Z. Hardik Patel in Gujarat is fighting for reservation for Patel community. He is right. All communities in India are different entities, they do not even inter marry. Hindu religion was wrongly invoked to club all these disparate communities under the brand name Hinduism, only to bolster the unjust privileges of followers of foreign religions. Once all communities are accorded Minority status irrespective of their religious affiliation, then only Indians can claim to have got real Independence. We are all living under the shadow of Muslim – Christian esoteric rule. This has to end forever. By declaring every community as a Minority, even Muslim and Christian castes will be empowered and scope for their new leaders to rise will open up. Roman Catholic domination over Christian converts will cease. Many K.M.Manis will appear, similarly many Kunhalikuttys also will appear spelling doom for the Muslim League. Let us all fight for Minority status.

  3. Manu Reply

    October 25, 2015 at 8:58 am

    Minoroty Status ?
    Dear GSK Menon,

    Jains, Sikhs and Paris are also minority. In what way have they been able to overtake Muslims and Christians? Think about it.

  4. vilasni Reply

    October 28, 2015 at 6:18 am

    Hindu minorities?
    Aren’t the Hindus disunited enough without dividing them into different sects so they can claim minority status? The only way a country and its people can go forward is to stop all such divisions based along religious and communal lines but instead to help those who need assistance and deserve it, such as really hardworking but poor families and children who are intelligent and doing well in their studies and will be an asset to the future of the country. Not some lazy layabouts or loudmouths just because they belong to a certain religion or community.

  5. Sujith Surendran Reply

    December 22, 2015 at 2:23 pm

    Problem lies with Hindus, let not blame Kerala xitans and muslims who are smart and vote in block for their communities, its the moron Hindus, Nair and Ezhava’s who still not woken up to understand all benefits are looted by xitans and Mullas. The best way to start is by awareness. Dr Gopalkrishanan sir is doing a wonderful job on enlightening caste, its not by birth its by profession. This is where NSS and SNDP should come together, as per latest development other than NSS (80% Nair community dislike Pope Sugu Nair and support Hindu unity) all caste organisation have united. Its high time to shed the caste and work for Hindus, our people are in dire poverty 52% hindus in Kerala are below poverty line. God save Kerala.

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