India’s famous separatists and terrorists

On October 1, 2009 – Indian media reported Indian Air Force (IAF) Chief, Marshal P. V. Naik has sought permission from the Defense Ministry to use air-strike against the Maoist rebels (Naxalites) who operate inside 13 of India’s 28 states.

On September 25, Indian Home Minister, P. Chidambaram told reporters in Chhattisgarh: “It’s a long drawn fight against Naxals (Maoists).”

In April 2006, Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh called the Naxalite threat the “biggest internal security challenge ever faced by our country”. Which applies that Naxalite seperatists threat has surpassed Muslim resistance of last 60 years in Jammu and Kashmir who want to join next-door Azad Kashmir  (an autonomous part of Pakistan).

The “Naxalites” took their name after the district of Naxalbari in West Bengal, where the formers staged an uprising in 1967. Currently, they have become a nation-wide force. The have been greeted by China’s People’s Daily as Peal of Spring Thunder. They have maintained a close link to the powerful Maost group in the neighbouring Nepal – the only Hindu state (by Constitution) in the world.

Since its birth (August 15, 1947) – India’s Hindu leaders have been blaming India’s neighbours (Pakistan, China, Burma, Sri Lanka, and Nepal) for backing-up the various ethnic groups fighting for independence from the central government in New Delhi. In order to reap political gains – The Hindu extremist groups have been targetting the Indian Muslim minority (140 million), Muslim-majority Pakistan (150 million) and Bangladesh (130 million) for their home-grown Hindu terrorism plus the CIA-Mossad engineered terrorism. For example, bombing of Mombai computer railway in July 2006 and as well as terrorist attack on India-Pakistan railwayline in February 2007 and Mumbai carnage on November 26, 2008.

Naga people under the leadership of Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland has been at arm against New Delhi for decades. It’s secretary general, Thuingaleng Muivah, was reported saying: “Nagas have to go on fighting for their rights. This is a hard reality. So we have to go on resisting”.

Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi played the role of midwife in the creation of Bangladesh (former East Pakistan) in 1971. However, since BJP government joined Israel in their fight against Muslim resistance movements in occupied Kashmir and Palestine – The Jewish-owned The New York Times (January 23, 2005) discovered that Al-Qaeda is about to carry-out The Next Islamist Revolution in Bangladesh. The Zionist-BJP mafia has even found a Mufti Amin Husseini (Palestine) look-alike in Bangladesh (former MP, Mufti Fazlul Haque Amini, who according to the writer of NYT article, Eliza Griswold, “he believes that secular law has failed in Bangladesh and that it’s time to implement Shariah, the legal code of Islam….” After this rant the writer jumps to the real Zionist agenda: “Communists are just one target of Islamic militants in Bangladesh. Most attacks have been carried out against either members of religious minorities – Hindus, Christians, Buddhists, Ahmadiyya, and even moderate Muslims.”

Muslim majority (80%) in the former princely state of Jammu and Kasmir have been fighting against the Hindu Raj since 1947 – when two-third of the state was occupied by the Indian Army. There are 600,000 Indian military personnel in Jammu and Kashmir to keep Muslim-majority terrorized through mass killing, torture and rape. More than 80,000 Muslim civilians have been killed by the Indian Army and Hindu extremist mobs since then.

Three Indian states next to Burma and Bangladesh (Mizoram, Manipur and Nagaland) are being civilized through porn and drugs by our friendly neighborhood Israelis (estimated to be over 20,000) – while many Indian patriots believe that those three states are in the the process of being converted into thefuture second Jewish state.

Shyam Chand, former minister of Hayrana state and author of Saffron Facism, wroe: “Not only is the nexus between RSS and Mossad worth investigation, our defense cooperation with Israel need reconsideration before the ominous shadow of Mossad falls over our defence forces.”

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