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    Persecution Of Buddhists

    With Indian hindus showing there concern over STUPA of buddha in Bhumian,you would think ,they have been buddhist for ever.NOT SO,say buddhists ,who were at one time upto King Ashoka RULE,a buddhist ruled India prior to Islam in B.C & early A.D.

    And what was that burning of Quran for??

    You were people of caste,dowry ,sati,child marriage,widow & women persecution ALL OF WHICH BUDDHISTS are not .SO WOULD HINDU SAY WHY THEY BURNT QURAN??

    Aryan Hindu Persecution of Mongoloid Buddhists

    Ever since hordes of barbarian Aryan invaders poured into Nepal from the
    5th century AD onwards, the native population has been systematically
    persecuted and oppressed. The indigenous religion of Buddhism, which was
    founded in Nepal, has been almost extinguished due to centuries of
    persecution by the 6 `astika' (orthodox) schools of Brahmanism a.k.a.
    Hinduism. Thousands of Buddhist temples were destroyed, scores of
    Buddhist libraries burnt, Mongols massacred and innocent women raped by
    the Aryan Hindu gangsters. Crops were destroyed, lakes poisoned and
    entire townships annihilated. Each and every Buddhist shrine has been
    either destroyed and replaced by a completely new Brahmanic temple, or
    has been forcefully converted into a Hindu shrine. Survivals of the
    Buddhist temple structures still survive in many so-called `Hindu'
    temples in Nepal. This gang of blood-thirsty criminals still rule over
    Nepal, terrorizing and exterminating the inhabitants. In all this
    turmoil a brave leader has arisen amongst the Nepali people, to take the
    indigenous inhabitants back to the Buddhist golden age. That man is
    Gopal Gurung. Fearsome and tireless, he has risen to challenge Brahmin
    tyranny in one of the world's two Hindu Rasthras. His writings amply
    expose the manner in which Brahminist Hindu exploitation has eaten away
    at the core of Nepali civilization :

    Dalit Voice September 16-30, 1995

    Minority Hindus Persecuting
    Non-Hindu majority in Nepal
    by K.C, SULEKH, 603-SECTOR 15A, CHANDIGARH-160 015
    Nepali leader Gopal Gurung from Kathmandu has sent me his book, Hidden
    Facts in Nepalese Politics (DV July 16, 95 p.24). The book brings out a
    striking resemblance of India with those of non-Hindu tribes of Nepal.
    Deeply moved by the plight and persecution of the oppressed people of
    Nepal, who have risen in defiance of ruling Upper class, I felt
    compelled to write a few lines on the book to express my solidarity with
    the Nepalese brothers and sisters in distress to boost their moral.
    Gurung seems to be the man of agitating masses there. He must have
    picked up my address from DV. I find so many similarities in the social
    system of India and Nepal, the "world's only Hindu country". I was
    shocked and disillusioned too to find that the hydra-headed monster of
    castism that had played havoc with the lives of crores of human beings
    in India, degrading them to the status of social lepers, rather worse
    than that of the animals, did not spare the soils beyond to spread the
    cult of hatred and violence based on racial discrimination. The book
    written in the classic spirit of a rebel brings out very bold the
    glaring example of jealous, prejudice, conspiracy and hypocrisy
    practiced so cunningly by the power-hungry but caste-conscious
    politicians of the day.
    Racism in India: In fact, it is a world-wide phenomenon of the strong
    kicking the weak. But it is peculiarly different on the soil of India
    and Nepal where it is the word from the holy (?) scriptures which reigns
    supreme and has the decisive say in shaping of the destinies of the
    people and not the principles of justice, equity and fair play, where
    the privileges accruing there form is the birth and not the worth with
    which the individual might have been endowed. I and millions like me on
    this side of the line feel gratified to see that if the tyrants had
    their day in the past, the rebels in the tens of thousands have risen
    high on the Nepalese horizon to cry halt to the savagery and barbarity
    carried on for so long in the name of hereditary right of usurpers. The
    role Gopal Gurung has carved out for himself and the heroic struggle he
    has started to win back the lost rights of his brethren is worthy of
    high praise.

    Babasaheb's remedy: It would be worthwhile to recall in this context the
    inspiring example of Babasaheb Ambedkar who too experienced the agony
    and pain of being an Untouchable under the casteist hierarchy of the
    Hindus but later on when he acquired a deep knowledge and insight of the
    whole malady blasted the superstructure along with myths, dogmas and
    unethical notions attached thereto that breathed hatred, prejudice and
    discrimination against the vast sections of people branded as shudras
    and Adi-shudras (Untouchable). It is because, of this monumental service
    rendered to the humankind Babasaheb is remembered today more as an
    emancipator of the lowliest of the low and a valiant upholder of the
    human rights in the mould of his great master Gautam Buddha than a mere
    Law Minister, educationist or the maker of India's Constitution.

    Babaseheb was himself a great rebel and has accorded quite a befitting
    place of importance to them in the society when he said the world owes
    much to the rebels who would dare to argue in the face of the pontiff
    and Insist that he is not infallible. The treasure of his precious
    thoughts now available in the form of 12 Volumes brought out by the
    Maharashtra Govt. can easily be described as the best guide for the
    solution of innumerable ills confronting the poor and the exploited
    sections of the society, including those in Nepal. The demand listed at
    the end of the book rightly reflects the aspiration of the downtrodden
    "Mulbasi" people of Nepal. Unexceptionable as they are, every right
    thinking person even from across the geographical barriers will fully
    and unreservedly supports them.

    Bombay Red Light Area: DV readers in and out of India must write to
    Gopal Gurung and express their solidarity. The Book(1995), Hidden Facts
    in Nepalese Politics by Gopal Gurung can obtained from Po.Box. 2828,
    Kathmnadu, Nepal, pp115, Rs.100, or 10 US dollars. Gopal Gurung should
    know that thousands of Nepalese and Dalit girls ar sold to Bombay flesh
    market where our girls too are sexually exploited. DV wants to make a
    story on Bombay's Red Light area. -EDITOR.

    Ever since the calamitous Aryan invasion, Nepali history has been a
    continous orgy of massacre, rape and plunder. The whole of Nepal was
    converted into a gigantic prison in which Mongol Buddhist civilians were
    maimed and their properties seized by the Hindu monsters and their
    Brahmin leaders. The iron laws of Pandit Kautilya and Pandit Manu were
    ruthlessly enforced upon the population. Prof. John Talboys Wheeler has
    clearly described the historical wars waged by `astik' Brahminist Hindus
    against `nastik' Buddhists :

    " The great historic fact in connection with the Nagas [ Mongoloids ],
    which stands prominently forward in Hindu myths, is the fierce
    persecution which they suffered at the hands of the Brahmans. The
    destruction of serpents at the burning of the forest of Khandava, the
    terrible sacrifice of the serpents which forms one of the opening scenes
    of the Mahabharata, and the supernatural exploits of the youthful
    Krishna against the serpents sent to destroy him, are all expressions of
    Brahmanical hatred towards the Nagas. Ultimately this antagonism merged
    into that deadly conflict between the Brahman and the Buddhist, which
    after a lengthened period of religious warfare terminated in the triumph
    of the Brahman."
    `India of the Vedic Age with Reference to the Mahabharata', Vol. I of
    `The History of India', J. Talboys Wheeler, 1973 reprint Cosmo Publns.
    Delhi 1973, p.147

    Indeed, the inhuman institution of the systematic rape of indigenous
    Mongoloid women by lecherous Aryan Hindu males continues today, with the
    Brahminist-Occupied government of Nepal supplying thousands of Mongol
    girls to brothels all across Bharat through semi-official channels.
    Brahmin-controlled media brainwashes Nepali youth with highly violent
    and pornographic films which lead to gang-wars and disrupt Mongoloid
    family-based society. The collapse of moral values caused by the
    Brahminist media, along with the free supply of drugs via the Brahmin
    mafia, has led to the rapid spread of AIDS via contaminated needles and
    Brahmin-engineered promiscuity. The strength of the Mongol race has been
    sapped by thousands of years of rule by the vampire-race of Brahmins, as
    a consequence of which the enfeebled Mongols have been unable to put up
    any resistance to this savage tyranny. The surprise is that Gopal Gurung
    has dared to rise to challenge the Brahminist Mafia and fight for Mongol
    human rights. The Brahmin-Occupied Government of Nepal has of course
    done all it can to eliminate him : they have imprisoned him, banned his
    books and threatened his life. Yet the flame of revolt has started to
    shake the Brahmanic tyranny of 2000 years. The reason for the success of
    Mr. Gurung's movement is that the Mongols have now identified their main
    enemy, which has been the source of their misery for so long : that
    enemy is the Brahmin race. And that enemy is the same enemy for all the
    peoples of South Asia, whether Mongol, Muslim, Christian, Dalit, Sikh,
    Tamil or Jain, the eternal oppresser has been the Brahmin. The Brahmin
    Problem can be solved if all these peoples unite and strike the root of
    this deadly disease, uprooting it for all times to come.

    - Niresh Tamang,
    Dalitstan Journal,
    Volume 1, Issue 1 (October 1999)



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