This is a LOADED QUESTION - a logical fallacy, like the "when did you stop beating your wife" question. As anyone knows, loaded questions are to be treated with the derision they deserve, perhaps with a riposte in the same abominable tradition such as "when did you stop hating lower caste hindus?" or "when did you stop hating christians and muslims?"
Calvin, since you have decided to take up the cudgels on behalf of sajan. let me address this to you. The question is not loaded and certainly not equivalent to a 'have you stopped beating your wife' kind of question. The simple answer would be :
If sajan DOES hate hindus and especially upper castes, to state the reasons why he does so.
if sajan doesn't, he can simply state that my premise is incorrect and in fact he does not hate Hindus or upper castes.
In one of his posts he laments that the hindus (and implied upper castes) on this forum hate him (are abusive towards him)while he is on their side.
I'd ask you to ask yourself why you have the urge to be abusive towards someone who is on the same side as you - simply because he questions something that is considered an unquestionable given?
When he commented on possible casteist policies of the Peshawas I acknowledged that if there were such policies then they were obviously wrong but the contributions of the Peshawas in stemming and turning the tide of alien islamic oppressors
could not be doubted.
Till this point I had not made an opinion about sajan's hatred of Hindus or upper castes. But his response to my post was straight from a paki madrassa curriculum. I will reproduce it below:
Again, your view of the history or take on the Peshwas is still as the war between two religions, demonizing one party - somewhat similar to the western depiction of Xerxes in 300. Rather comical, not objective.
This is like saying that Mahabharat as just a war between some warring princes over a woman and some piece of property, demonizing one party(kauravas), rather comical not objective.
IMO this defense of alien islamic invaders and an == between native resistance to these invaders is exactly the view taken by pakis. Pakis have always glorified the islamic invaders starting from qasim all the way to abdali. sajan's post suggesting a moral equivalence between peshawas and islamic invaders clearly points to a thought process that belittles the Hindu resistance to the Islamic onslaught. Ergo I am justified in making an inference that sajan hates Hindus and especially upper castes (peshawas being one).
Calvin I missed your post
I don't believe Sajan hates Hindus, what has he said that causes us to make these assertions?
If i had seen it earlier, you taking up the cudgels on behalf of sajan, I would have responded earlier.
So my questions still stands. Sajan/calvin why do you hate Hindus, especially upper castes so much?
added later: does sajan believe that Hindus (of any caste) will seriously take his assertion that he (sajan) is on their side with opinions that equate the peshawas and the abdali/mughals?