johneeG wrote:^^Interesting analysis.
Commies supported the creation of Pakistan though...
There are exceptions to all generalizations. So finding an odd outliers doesn't discredit the regression fit.
Commies are an updated version of Islam ie without the religious obeisance to Allah. Only to the book and to the new prophet Marx.
I guess I meant the Nehruvian/Fabian socialists who won the war with the Hindu elites towards the end of the struggle for freedom from the briturds.
I am going to take this opportunity to ramble a little bit more. Disclaimer that all this is original research, so I may well be wrong. Also this maybe OT and may look like ==, I hope I am forgiven for that
There is a surprising lack of Hindu elites anywhere in India. By Hindu Elite, I mean someone who is culturally a Hindu and is a proponent of Hindu beliefs, people like Bal Gangadhar Tilak. I think the main cause of the lack of genuine culturally Hindu elites is the fact that both the Mughal pigs and the briturds actively suppressed them, colluding with the more 'liberal' elites to work against any proponent of the host culture.
Host culture destruction started with the invading Muslim barbarians, who saw idol worship as evil. They shut down the dynamo of any culture, the universities, and as a result there is a seemingly abrupt stop in cultural works (like Vedic mathematics) since the 1100.
The last things to truly blossom from the culture (albeit being a struggle against it) were Buddhism and Sikhism
A culture is destroyed when its knowledge centers are destroyed. It's intellectuals discredited and its followers shamed. This was done by all the barbarians that invaded India. Cultural shaming is central to any colonizer.
It is in the greatest interest of the colonizer to shame the native culture, and it serves two purposes. It creates an artificial superiority of the colonizer in the minds of both the colonizer and the natives. It also makes the natives easier to control, because they are fundamentally ashamed of themselves and as a result have a serious lack of self esteem. This lack of self esteem results in self hatred and destroys the will to stand up for anything. This is the reason that the Brits found it very easy to acquire (rather than conquer) India. The natives were already piskologically conditioned for being conquered by one power or the other.
The colonizer benefits from the native allies, the allies are graded by their loyalty. The more loyal a native is, the more they reject the host culture and the more self hatred and shame they have for being a native. The more loyal get rewarded more, and they become the elites.
This shame distributed to the larger mass in various forms. Education, books, organizations, reforms, news media etc. You can see this shame in present day in the form of denial in some folks when they look at a very successful product which claims to be Made in India and refuse to believe it. "It must be TFTA, how can such a thing be Made in India"
Fanon argues for violence and says that unless these elites and their school of thought is eliminated decolonialization is impossible. The one country that I can recall that successfully did this is the USA, and you can see the results, the UK is now just a poodle compared to its former colony.
This self-shame is the uniting concept for the TFTA porkis and the "ruling classes" of India. The TFTA porkis are the elites of the Mughal barbarians. Who later found it equally easy to collude with the Briturds (whiskey swiling, swine eating jernails and all that). The Brits also cultivated their own set of elites and then played one against the other. It is from this set of self-hating elites that the leaders of the freedom movement were born.
Both fought for status-quo. The non muslim elites wanted to keep democracy (minus the British) so that they can retain power. The muslim elites wanted to return to the Mughal era, where they fit in better. And since they did not know how they would be treated in a united India by the non-muslim elites, they were not willing to be united with the larger India. The rest is history which resulted in Pakhanistan.
The push towards self "purification" and more islam as a solution is the result of self-hate and self-shame. How can one explain the defeat in a war against Kufr? The rational answer would be to look at it objectively and try to figure out what happened. Objectivity cannot be met by someone who has deep self-shame. They know only one answer to every question :- bury yourself deeper in the invaders culture, which in this case is Islam. In this light the islamization of porkistan was a logical outcome of being weak and being ashamed of who one really is.