Somebody Rescue Yogi Sikand

By admitting him into an insane asylum. Yeah, he’s not (my mistake, confusing him for the original, Yoginder Yadav) the same statistical evil genius that the Congress party employs to get the pre-poll/exit poll predictions it wants. He now froths like a mongrel in heat but getting none.

…the possibility of some hapless Muslim victims of Hindu terrorism, as in Gujarat, or of State terrorism taking to violence in revenge cannot be discounted…The Hindu Right has, ever since its inception, consistently used terror as its major weapon for stirring up Hindu passions so as to cultivate a Hindu vote-bank. This has been particularly the case on the eve of major elections, as is the case today. Because the economic and political agenda of the Hindu Right is clearly antithetical to the interests of the vast majority of Indians, particularly the Dalits, adivasis and backward castes, it has no other means of wooing these sections of society than by stoking anti-Muslim hatred.

He also coins a new term: anti-Muslim hatred. Decipher that. These morons count as “mainstream” experts and “informed” commentators. His foaming is really of no consequence. What matters is how casually he throws around the term Hindu terrorism/terrorist. This term is the gift of the insidious Malegaon Conspiracy.

In reality, the Malegaon Conspiracy is the latest manoeuvre to push Hindus on the defensive yet again. Let’s hope we don’t see folks from Hindu groups writing reams of justification that lingers on familiar lines: we are more secular than you.

The run-up to the 2009 Elections is gaining momentum.

17 comments for “Somebody Rescue Yogi Sikand

  1. jogesh99
    December 24, 2010 at 12:26 PM

    The fine line between Hinduism and Hindutwa – Hinduism attacks the Dalits, Hindutwa the Muslims.

  2. Lalit S. Jamwal
    September 18, 2010 at 1:34 AM

    It is no secret that both Ved Bhasin and Yoginder Sikand have links to the Mossad. They are both businessmen and money-minded. They are both trying to mould the history of India in a manner which suits the Jewish Lobby and are pretending to be secular to infiltrate the Muslims and use them. Yoginder Sikand is no intellect either.

    A person from the Jammu and Kashmir State who is credible is none other than the mighty dr. Karan Singh. Listen to and follow Dr. Karan Singh

  3. December 2, 2008 at 1:50 AM

    I am wary of fanatical Hindutva Pujaris (priests) ruling our country as much as I am opposed to fundamental Islam rulers in Muslim countries.

  4. sud
    November 3, 2008 at 4:27 AM

    >>untellectual

    If that’s not a typo, should say that’s very good word!

    Ot,

    Moi originally wanted to say pimtellectual but decided against it…(8-0D)

  5. November 2, 2008 at 10:30 AM

    >> Sandeep, You’re confusing two different people

    *finally*, some-one realizes. i wathced for to see how long. it took two days.

  6. Ot
    November 2, 2008 at 9:27 AM

    Sud,

    >>untellectual

    If that’s not a typo, should say that’s very good word!

  7. Sud
    November 1, 2008 at 1:01 PM

    Sandeep,

    You’re confusing two different people – Yogender Yadav the pollster and Yoginder Sikand, the untellectual/Journo.

  8. Sathya
    October 31, 2008 at 1:31 PM

    KR: Your response is to be rephrased as “Kanchi seer’s guilt is yet to be proved”. As we all know, every one in our great democracy, including Hindus and especially a Hindu monk, is innocent until proven guilty. It is not Kanchi’s seer’s job to prove he is not guilty. It is the job of the government to prove his guilt. If they are not able to prove their claim, we cannot consider police were not able to prove he was a murderer. We have to conclude he is not a murderer.

    Without offending you, this is exactly the point we are driving at. Why should a Hindu man be assumed guilty until his innocence is proved and people of other religions should be considered innocent even after guilty verdicts are issued at the highest of courts in the country?

    Though there may be substance to the rumours on financial irregularities you have heard, that does not make one automatically guilty of a murder.

  9. October 31, 2008 at 11:45 AM

    “admitting him into an insane asylum”, “evil genius”, “froths like a mongrel in heat”, “moron”, “foaming”, “Yogi Sikand is insane” … etc and so on.

    frothing and foaming were the words you used?

  10. kaafir
    October 31, 2008 at 10:43 AM

    Sandeep, the current comments section makes all comments into one big blob, which makes it difficult to separate one comment from the next. Please consider changing the comment format which will make it easier to read them. Thank.s

  11. Ot
    October 31, 2008 at 8:53 AM

    Yogi Sikandar is a Muslim extremist. Sorry Sandeep, but analyzing Islamist utterances is a ridiculous thing to do.

  12. KR
    October 31, 2008 at 8:30 AM

    Sathya, Kanchi Seer’s innocence is yet to be proved. He may come out as not guilty (due to lack of concrete evidence) but he lost people’s trust forever. Having stayed close to Kanchipuram, I got to hear some murky things about Mutt and him here and there, even before all this happened.

  13. Ghostwriter
    October 31, 2008 at 8:11 AM

    actually this is the way to deal with these half-Islamic media-wallahs
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Uma_Bharatis_party_offers_ticket_to_Sadhvi_Pragya/articleshow/3654889.cms
    If they can put brigands like Shahabuddin in parliament – and get manifestos vetted by Bukhari, the way to deal with them is to have our own “radicals” in parliament.

    I hope that Uma Bharti follows through on her promise and that Pragya Thakur actually wins. She would make a much better home minister than impotent Patil

  14. N Shah
    October 30, 2008 at 10:59 PM

    Sikand, I’m quite disappointed that your just another foot soldier of the Indian pseudosecularist media. You’re not any ‘informed’ commentator and do not reflect the majority opinion of this country so stop being a piece of scum. Do not bandy about your utterly dumb ‘secular’ credentials if your think skinned self cant call a spade a spade when it comes to Islamic terrorism in this country. If Hindu ‘terrorism’ is what irks you mate, you deserve to be wronged by the Hindu Right.

  15. Sathya
    October 30, 2008 at 3:00 PM

    Yogi Sikand concludes Hindus are squarely responsible for Malegon blasts after police suspicion… but very very hesitantly feebly admits some fringe groups may may may well be responsible for the terrorists attacks that has happened in India… Well, well, we were not born yesterday, Sikand. After 15 years of being terrorised by a unknown group, this country could not even have a definite name for the perpetrators?

    and just one suspicion is enough for you to come to a conclusion on malegon blasts… Just like Madam reckless Jayalalitha thundered she has unshakeable evidence against Kanchi seer. She could not prove shit even after gathering 5,000 of pages of evidence.

  16. Ashish
    October 30, 2008 at 12:52 AM

    No evidence for “Hindu terrorism”.

    However, it seems a “hindutvi” (not to be confused with a regular “Hindu”, mind you) would feel the need to be on the defensive. For what? Wait! I know! A “hindutvi” needs to be on the defensive, you see, since the Media has said that “Hindu terrorism” is responsible for bomb blasts in Malegaon.

    ….Patiently waiting for the Media to blame 9/11 on “Hindu terrorists” too, so that I can have the license to feel even more defensive)

    “Hindutvi” Ashish (A Hindu who believes in Hindutva and also the need for a pro-Hindu TV channel that talks about Hindutva).

  17. October 29, 2008 at 8:50 PM

    Aw shuddap!

    The man is right. The Right is wrong! And you know that!

    What’s wrong in calling a spade a spade. No Hindu should feel on the defensive. A hindutvi would, but not a Hindu!

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