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Old March 31st, 2014, 08:15 AM
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Re: The Curious Case of Advani

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Originally Posted by rationalthinker View Post
Actually, after Shri Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj (&, to some extent, the Gora Sahibs), the most significant benefactor of the Hindus has been Barrister Muhammad Ali Jinnahji.
We hindus ought to build temples of Jinnahji and celebrate his birthday as 'Hindu Punarjanma Divas'!
If he had not removed all those 'Toxic Muslims' from India, we Hindus would have once again started paying the usurious Ziziya, and 'gifting' at least one woman from every generation of our family to the 'Local' Muslim Bigwig just to ensure our 'survival'!------Just see the plight of the Kashmiri Pandits of J&K where no such 'migration' has taken place.
The growth of the Sangh Pariwar is entirely because NOW, Hindus with either courage or intelligence (and most definitely, having BOTH QUALITIES!) are no more culled or forced to convert----as was the case, throughout India (esp. the cow-belt right upto Bengal!), for centuries on end!
It is entirely because of Jinnahji that Hindus, who were reduced to being domesticated Dhimmis, whose sole purpose was to exist for the pleasure and use of the Muslim overlords, are slowly, but surely getting back to being 'Humans' with dignity and self-respect: the inexorable growth and flourish of the Sangh Parivar is a manifestation of the same!
You are giving him too much of credit. All he wanted was some more importance and like what happens in many a political party now, it was Nehru vs him and Gandhi was at that time more inclined towards Nehru. He actually put an appeasement proposal which was rejectedf by Nehru and Patel after which he started this P movement. After all these years we have this Sachar committee, etc., which may not be too different from his appeasement proposal.

However, in his Pre P days , a couple of things notable -

1. He was the Lawyer for Lokmanya Tilak.
2. He was against the first appeasement move, i.e. the Khilafat movement.
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