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August 21, 2011

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Goebel’s proud descendants
Secularists: The enemies of logic & truth

By Amba Charan Vashishth

TWO latest disclosures by people of eminence, whose integrity and credibility is unquestionable, have given a knock-out punch to the stubborn die-hard ‘secularists’ who preach the Goebel’s “big lie” doctrine to some too credulous folks to promote their sectarian political objectives. These revelations have been reiterated by none other than Mahatma’s great grandson Sreekrishna Kulkarni and former Supreme Court judge Justice KT Thomas.

Shri Kulkarni on August 7, asserted that it was not right to link the RSS name with Mahatma’s murder. “In 63 years’ time the Government of India has instituted many judicial commissions and committees to investigate the assassination. None could establish the RSS connection,” he said.

Shri Kulkarni said it was time people learnt to respect the judicial findings in the matter and rested the issue. As for the RSS, he said it is also an organisation of national stature which had contributed immensely to the nation’s development.

“It’s incorrect to drag the RSS name again and again. So, it’s my considered view that the matter shouldn’t be raked up again and again for petty political reasons,” he appealed.

After Bapu’s assassination, Shri Kulkarni disclosed, his grandfather Ramdas Gandhi had written to Pandit Nehru requesting him not to hang Godse. “But, his request was turned down,” he asserted. In contrast, the ‘secularists’ are very soft on Afzal who has been sentenced to death for attack on the temple of democracy, the Parliament, by the Supreme Court.

A day earlier on August 4, former Supreme Court judge Justice KT Thomas, a devout Christian, reiterated that there was no evidence to suggest that the RSS had anything to do with the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. He said that no inquiry at any point of time had found any role of the RSS in the assassination. That Nathuram Godse had identified himself as an RSS volunteer was mere propaganda, he said. Godse had left the RSS much before Gandhiji’s assassination, he added.

“As arguments grew, Indira Gandhi had asked Justice JL Kapur of the Supreme Court to carry out an inquiry. After a long and detailed probe, the judge concluded that there was no proof against the RSS,” he said, adding that the rest was only false campaign.

Interestingly, the ‘secular’ Congress Kerala state president Ramesh Chennithala castigated Justice Thomas for ‘distorting history’ and demanded to withdraw the statement, which Justice Thomas refused.

Yet, for our priggish self-proclaimed ‘secularists’, overlooking the reality continues to be a paying profession. They won’t hark even what their god, Allah or Ishwar says, only because they are ‘secular’.

The British left India 64 years back but the ‘secular’ Congress continues to thrive on the alien legacy whose essential leadership secret, it is said, does not depend on particular intelligence. Rather, it depends on a remarkably stupid thick-headedness. They follow the principle that when one lies, one should lie big, and stick to it. They keep up their lies, even at the risk of looking ridiculous.

And this is what our ‘secularists’ are doing in India.

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