Tahir Hussain

Paatal Lok: How abusing Hindu gods passed your muster, Ms Anushka

(This is a reprint from NewsBred).

 

I cringed watching Paatal Lok.  Kutiya (bitch) is a word used in everyday life for a women of no-character. A bed-hopping adulteress. In the serial, a kutiya is named “Savitri.” The name which has a pious association for all Hindus since it tells about “Sati Savitri” who made Yamraj (God of death) return Satyavaan for her exemplary devotion to her husband. Many metaphors with Savitri are routinely used, e.g “Badi Sati Savitri bani phirti hai. (Don’t act as you are a Sati Savitri).”

Indifferent, that most Hindus are, would give a benefit of doubt. Maybe, the producer, Anushka Sharma, knows many bitches who are named “Savitri.” Maybe, the creator, Sudip Sharma, remembered a cousin who was Savitri and was called “kutiya” at home. Maybe the platform, Amazon Prime Video, is obliged to some Jihadi or missionary sponsor.

Then you have a scene which would bear a recall to the unfortunate Junaid incident when a young Muslim boy lost his life on a suburban train. The Left-Liberal media made sure that Junaid became a posthumous symbol of Hindu’s intolerance on beef. Only, the Court later ruled that the clash had occurred over occupation of seats and not beef. This truth remains uncorrected in Lutyens Media. Paatal Lok turns it into a legend. The scene has no relevance to the script. Its dispensable to narrative. Yet it’s forced in.

Chitrakoot is sacred for Hindus like few holy sites are. Rama and Sita and Laxman spent 11 years and six months of their 14 years of banishment here. As per Hindu legends, Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva made a pilgrimage here. Great sages like Sati Anusuya and Valmiki meditated. It remains a place where renowned seers, devotees and thinkers visit for Nirvaana. In Paatal Lok, it’s shown as a hotbed of criminals and murderers. A dark world. A habitat of monsters.

Here we have Hindu priests who make the most profane abuses in temples and distribute beef. We have an upper-caste Hindu confidante of a corrupt Hindu leader who does extra-marital sex with his janeu (sacred thread) visible on his torso. The corrupt Brahmin leader himself eats with Dalits but carries mineral water in his jeep. We have CBI cook up the Islamic State terrorists theory when none exists.

Most of this is intended to show Hindus in poor light. To make them doubt their gods, to lose faith in a culture and heritage which is unbroken for last 5000 years, without an equivalence in the world. So that young Hindus see no reason to develop faith. It dies out without followers in due course.

If this is artistic licence, just imagine: A Muslim is doing sex with his faith’s holy images on the wall; a bitch is named Ayesha or Mary; Mecca and Medina are Jihadis hideouts; pork is being served in Mosque. Or if the Prophet is picked like Krishna is occasionally done for gopikas. Does this make you angry, our Muslim and Christian brethren? Sure it does and it must.  But don’t worry, these transgressions only happen for Hindus for they won’t burn producers’ homes or cars like it could happen if you dare draw an image of a certain Prophet. None have done so and not paid the price.

This is the boundary which is never crossed in the name of creative licence and artistic freedom. Hindus apparently are the only suckers in this world.

Paatal Lok’s creator Sudip Sharma has now given an interview to a Leftist website where he claims “all art is inspired by reality…we need to trust our faith and I believe our faith is strong enough to take any criticism.” He says bitch was named Savitri as like the holy goddess, she also saves her husband.

If we may ask you Sudip, do Dolly and Sanjeev Mehra remind you of Savitri and Satyavaan? The husband routinely does sex outside marriage with a colleague; the wife picks a boy with the same on her mind. Would your reality extend to temples (Chandni Chowk) which are broken by Muslims; or where people are peeing on Lord Shiva’s bust. Would this reality encompass men like Tahir Hussain who had allegedly stocked petrol bombs and threw them through his men from his terrace? Or when Hindu kaanwarias are attacked while passing a Muslim locality? Is the reality that beef-mafia is run by Muslims and between Akhlaq and Junaid, dozens of Hindus were killed by this mafia for their cows, could be your reality-check? How about a Madarsa teacher who raped a minor 100 times? Is Islamic State a myth by Indian state agencies which must be mocked by you?

As of now, the BJP government has no plan to censor Over The Top (OTT) platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video for derogatory content. We the viewers though could boycott Paatal Lok. They most probably did so to invite a Hindu outcry which in turn would bring more viewers in front of their TV sets. They also know it would ensure a favourable review. Hindus have an obligation to switch off.

Do it.

 

Kapil Mishra nails down media houses on “fake news” on peace march

(This is reprint from NewsBred).

It has now come to light that the reports in three national dailies on Sunday–Indian Express, Hindustan Times and The Hindu–on the alleged “Goli maaro slogans” raised in peace march of BJP leader Kapil Mishra on Capital streets could have been “fake news.”

Indian Express led its Delhi edition of Sunday (March 1, 2020) with a front-page screamer: “Goli Maaro slogan is back as Kapil leads ‘peace’ march”. Hindustan Times led a similar pitch with headline:  “Goli Maaro  slogans at march attended by BJP leader Kapil Mishra. The Hindu didn’t use “Goli maaro” in its headline but struck its own constructed note with the story: “Inflammatory slogans” raised during the same rally.

These three “fake news” were uncovered by Kapil Mishra himself in a video interview to famous social activist Madhu Purnima Kishwar (see video section) with some pertinent questions of his own.

Alleging that a few newspapers, such as mentioned here, were intent on establishing a false narrative, Mishra pointed out that these media houses were not showing images or videos to back their claims.

“May be they don’t want to show `Vande Matram’ or `Bharat Mata ki Jai’ the slogans which were raised in the rally,” claimed Mishra. Further, Mishra pointed out that police accompanied the peace rally all through its duration, implying that such slogans wouldn’t have escaped censure had they been raised.

“It is the agenda of a few channels or media houses to project blame only on one community…and this agenda they have been following assiduously,” said Mishra.  The BJP leader further said that it defies belief that one who has been shown to stock “petrol bombs” or “acid pouches”, namely Tahir Hussain of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), has almost been given clean chit by these agenda-driven media houses while he has been made a scapegoat.

A few things, on closer analysis, raises very serious questions on the manufacturing of the fake news on the peace march.

The Indian Express story shows its bias and machinations in the headlines itself. It says “Goli Maaro slogan is back as Kapil leads ‘peace’ march”. The headline is constructed in a manner which seems to implicate Kapil Mishra and the rally with the slogan without quite linking the two. It’s like “I fit into my suit; my suit fits into my suitcase, so I fit into my suitcase.” Further, by putting the word “peace” within brackets, Indian Express tries to mislead its readers by implying that the march was anything but peaceful.  Hindustan Times is similarly inciting while The Hindu is more camouflaged in its description.

It’s interesting that The Times of India doesn’t blame Mishra and the peace rally for “goli maaro” slogans. It’s been treated as a separate story in the Times of India where it mentioned a few young people had raised “goli maaro” slogan near a metro station in the Capital. In no way, Times of India links these slogans raised with the peace rally Kapil took out in support of victims of “Jehadi violence.” They were two separate incidents which were treated separately by the newspaper.

As things emerge, one could construct the unfolding of events in the Capital on Saturday. One, that Kapil Mishra took out a peach march in support of people who suffered due to Jehadi violence in the city, which trended as #DelhiAgainstJehadiViolence on social media. Two, “Goli maaro” slogans were raised by a few individuals in a completely unrelated event near a metro station in the Capital. The two were separate events. To stitch them together in a bid to frame Kapil Mishra and shift the focus from Tahir Hussain who is on the run, such “fake news” was manufactured in the toxic lab of a few media houses.

A logical question which would be uppermost in the mind of readers is: If “Goli Maaro” slogan wasn’t raised during Kapil’s peace march, how come it was mentioned by not one but three newspapers? Valid question but only by innocents who don’t know how the Left-Liberal cabal controls the media houses in this country. They pull the strings of a few media houses who only amplify the narrative set by their masters.