Human Right Watch is inhuman at best

February 14, 2007

I recently posted the following comment on the SAJAform HUMAN RIGHTS: HRW says India’s failed to uplift Dalits. Am I right? What do you think?

I think Human Right Commission is unintentionally working to promote the interests of Evangelical Christians in India. Anybody, who has visited India knows that caste discrimination is disappearing faster than ever.

If HRC is so interested in the plight of Dalits, then why would it appose the work of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) at every chance. Sangh Parivar in its 82 years history has done more to solve the caste problem in Bharat than everything else combined in last century. 50,000 daily shakhas are nothing but an experiment in removing those caste differences by making people of every cast sit together, sing together, play together and eat together.

No Gov’t can change the society to accept Dalits. The only way is to change one person at a time as RSS has discovered and practiced for more than 80 years now.

You just need to read the book called “Manu, Sangh and I” http://www.hvk.org/specialrepo/mms/ to realize the work done by Sangh Parivar to uplift the Dalit society in Bharat.

5 Responses to “Human Right Watch is inhuman at best”

  1. Manas Says:

    I agree. Infinite percent.

    It’s all christian conspiracy. I won’t be surprised if CIA is behind all this. They want India to become Christian.

  2. Saurabh Deshpande Says:

    I agree absolutely. There is no other organisation who is working to eliminate this evil of cast discrimination from India.

  3. Rahul Says:

    The national and state governments of India (namely the court system) can best enforce Dalit rights by constitutionally guaranteeing basic human and health services to either all Indians are specifically to low castes. I understand that this alreayd happens through affirmative action policies. However, I feel that future social movements must rise above affirmative actions. Check out my thoughts:

    http://winstoninwonderland.blogspot.com/2007/04/health-as-human-right-lifting-dalits.html

  4. Shivakumar Says:

    I don’t believe the CIA theory. They are not religious, they just run after oil and money. The Catholic church is behind this and they want to control the whole world.

    One should not expect a change in a day, since these are bound to the sentiments and emotions of the people. I think that in few generations, there will be no caste system. In fact caste system is not part of Hinduism. It is just an identification of business/profession of a person/family.

    For example, some casts in the Tamilnadu…

    Vanniar – sellers / shop keepers

    Parayar (SC) – People who used to play “Parai” – a drums like musical instrument and announce official informations to the people by playing “Parai” (to get the attention of the people). In tamil, “Parai” also means “announce”.

    Valaiyar – community whose business is hunting. I know personally them and they hunt rats in our fields. They say those rats in the fields and rice thay have saved in their holes are used as medicines. “Valai” means net. People using “Valai” called Valaiyar.

    First the government should remove the caste tag from all our certificates, then only this system will go.

  5. Om Prakash Sharma Says:

    Many times it is the truth comes out and destroyed the lies as it has done in the past.
    Many innocent lives have been lost and when the truth is known it was too late and you can not bring them back.
    I know you may be telling some truth but you can hide the lies told by the chatter box or misled attitudes of the politicians.


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