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It is not Mumbai, It is India under Attack

Sunday, November 30, 2008

So, an easy target for the retards, possessed by the demon, who have no other good thought in mind than to go and kill innocents. Attacks on women and children were severely criticized before, so these people started striking males (preferably of religion other than theirs) with guns in their hand rather than placing some bombs cowardly. They happened to kill many of their own religion in their rampage beyong their notice. They were yet to get a good idea of the structure of this society.

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It was like what you get to see in a video game, or particularly GTA San Andreas where the protagonist kills many people on streets by chance during missions.

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Sure, these rats are not that cowardly as they were before. They have dared to atleast come in front of us, avoiding the investigation, politics and manipulation which creates more problems further. They probably were inspired from the movie ‘A Wednesday‘. They striked on Wednesday, wanted to kill hostages in front of the media (as revealed by one terrorist), just the way Naseeruddin Shah had killed suspects opposite media in the movie. Their plan failed, thanks to brave people like Hemant Karkare, Ashok Kamte and Vijay Salaskar. Please read their Wiki articles to get an idea what we lost. After our home grown SIMI has been almost completely ousted, experts had warned of no SIMI-like attacks anymore, but from external sources. It was Lashkar – e – Toeba this time, if we are to believe the alive terrorists’ own words. This was for the India-Pakistan rivalry, and a plan to destroy India’s financial nerve centres.

The hand of Dawood cannot be understated in this. Calls to Karachi had only confirmed this, and the help of the locals which they required can only be provided so finely by the ‘D’ Company. Luckily, Chota Shakeel, his likely successor had said in an interview that he loves India and will never engage in any anti-national act. If you notice, not a single attack took place in the region of Arun Gawli which lies 1 km north of the CST station. These gangsters have this code of conduct for conducting their organized crime as such, I’d read somewhere.

Next is what? Al-Qaeda and Taliban! These assholes haven’t directly attacked yet, but they may be somewhere in the back of all this, providing some support. They are busy attacking Pakistan, as of now. Remember, Al-Qaeda is not an enemy of the non-Muslims, but of democracy and the free lifestyle. They are against prosperity and people living happily, against freedom of speech and expression, against freedom itself and against people not accepting their own so called Taliban’s way of life. That’s why the West is there first target. Probably, we will understand this only after we experience one attack. These retards cannot go anymore inside Britain or America, and that is the reason why they need to catch British and American citizens outside of these countries. Maybe Lashkar is there branch for operations on India, and we have to catch their Senior Operations Manager, or CEO soon. The GM is hiding in Tora Bora, like a rat and the world is doubtful whether he is alive or not! 😀

After things have started stabilizing in Iraq, by the virtue of Obama being the next President, a promise from America to withdraw American military troops, and above all the reduced support of Shiite and Sunni people for mindless violence anymore which is seeing the end of the Civil War there. These forces of Al-Qaeda worked as Sunni factions in Shia-Sunni Civil War in Iraq, and have now deflected their attention towards the soft target India to spur up another divide here. They know, India is the most minority friendly country of the world, and India’s resistance cannot be that strong as the Western countries. There is something we Indians need to understand:

India is at war. Our situation is similar to Israel, surrounded by some rogue elements in the neighbouring countries, and we have to do everything we can to avoid calamities here.

By the way, there is one message for the extremists. It can be found by clicking here. Sign the petition and forward.

13 Comments leave one →
  1. Monday, December 1, 2008 6:12 am

    Nice post, dude. I’ve signed the petition. I think all this terror has had some influence from movies…

  2. george permalink
    Monday, December 1, 2008 7:46 pm

    nice comments nikhil bhai..nice words to describe the people who master minded and carried out the attacks..but a constructive blog session to build a better tmrw would be a lot betta ,in the sense that every blogger here can chip in with his/her suggestion and then wel arrive on a consensus as to which is more feasible.who knows certain comments and suggestions here can go on to make a marked difference. fellow citizens of India please join hands to make a better tmrw cz its the India we give to our next gen..

  3. ameyawaghmare permalink*
    Wednesday, December 3, 2008 2:11 pm

    Yes, Nikhil that was the best way these guys could terrorize the major lot of the people in this country. They are pretty sophisticated now.

    George, Welcome to the blog. Yes, for a better tomorrow, this is required. It will be better if we opt for improvements in the internal security than to go blindly for a step like the US or Israel. There’s a lot to learn for us from Israel..

  4. Rowan permalink
    Friday, December 5, 2008 12:34 am

    Well said, Ameya. Interesting comparisons drawn between the actions of the terrorists and those of movie and video game protagonists. Particularly, if, as you said, one of the aims of the attacks was to get the violence shown by the media.

    Also, to George, very true there. A better to-morrow should be the focus for all, Indian or otherwise. If we keep going as we are, these atrocities can only be a beginning.

    Thanks for some interesting insight, both of you.

  5. Friday, December 5, 2008 7:23 am

    Yeah Rowan, that was one of their motives. One, out of the 10 terrorists revealed they wanted to blow people in front of media so people all over world can see that live! Same as the Jewish reporter Daniel Pearl’s case who was beheaded in Pakistan.

  6. Saturday, December 6, 2008 12:36 pm

    Yes Ameya, India is at war; has been at war for nearly two decades even as most of us think the last war we fought was in 1971. This war has already claimed the lives of more soldiers and civilians that were claimed in all formal wars combined since 1947.

    The problem is that this war is going to get even more ugly and claim more at a much faster rate. We have to win this war. To win it, we have to defeat Pakistan, which is the physical, materials and ideological root of Islamic terror.

  7. Saturday, December 6, 2008 12:39 pm

    Yes, I have signed the petition, knowing fully well that even English speaking terrorists will not read it or be influenced by it. I suspect even our politicians and bureaucrats will not react differently. That is the real tragedy.

  8. Sunday, December 7, 2008 8:17 am

    Hi 🙂

    India is the most minority friendly country of the world

    Very true..But hardly do we Indians appreciate that..Everybody,both the majority and the minority , is busy complaining..And this makes things easier for people who are out there to exploit the sentiments..No matter how much differences people hold between themselves,I don’t think that any of them would want to harm mother India..But unknowingly,they are helping our enemies,as the difference in opinion is an easy entry as well as easy exit..We need to stand together for our nation,irrespective of all holy and unholy differences..

    May our nation come out of this as soon as possible.

    Good day

  9. Sunday, December 7, 2008 11:57 am

    Vinod K Sharma, it is a tragedy that the war is not restricted to borders and military, but to the civilians in urban spaces. As far the petition, yeah, the English speaking terrorists wouldn’t do a thing for it!! It’s time we fear not those who come by boat, but those who come by vote! 😀

    Nimmy, I am glad you visited, and took the statement in the right sense. Even when the whole country demands to hang Afzal Guru, for the sake of a few elements in Kashmir, he is alive. All this for votes, as everyone knows. Your statements following them are really great. Keep visiting, keep reading. 🙂

  10. Sunday, December 14, 2008 5:21 pm

    Not only calls, but many other proofs too trace the attack to Pakistan. Ok, even a two year old knows that Pakistan was, is and will be involved in terrorist attacks. The question is What Next? India is still being supressed by global matters to take some action against Pak. Its been more than two weeks that we have evidence against Pakistan. But still, nothing “constructive” has happened yet. All we hear is Pakistan banning JuD. This, by no maens guarantees India a peace of mind that we wont be terrorised henceforth by Pak. Thanks to US Diplomacy and India’s extra-soft actions that India is still an easy prey to terrorists, thus, launching India amongst the 20 most dangerous places on earth.
    I think >250 lives’ death was enough for Indian leaders to begin meticulous efforts against terrorism. Its high time that they should understand that changing CM or Home minister is not a significant step to be taken after a terrorist attack. After all, replacing an Indian politician by an Indian politician is just like a bigger disaster replacing a disaster. They should learn something from countries like US where 9/11 was the last big terror attack the country witnessed. I’m sad to say this but India is still very far away from being a powerful nation.

  11. Tuesday, December 16, 2008 7:41 am

    Kedar welcome first of all!
    You have hit some points so accurately. I think India is not only in the 20 most dangerous places on earth, but rather in the top 5. And again, thanks to US and UK’s diplomacy we can combat Pakistan-sponsored terrorism much aggressively. After Obama, things will favour India more and go against Pakistan.
    //After all, replacing an Indian politician by an Indian politician is just like a bigger disaster replacing a disaster.//
    Wow, so well put! No words for this really.
    Right, we must learn from how America responded to 9/11. War is not the answer. That will cost economy. Beef up our internal security, thats what can be done. India is similar to Israel’s situation now.
    I will come up with a post on this soon.
    Keep reading, keep commenting. 😀

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