Brahmin Criminals dominate Psec Candidates List

Hardcore Brahmin terrorists and wanted criminals figure prominently in the list of candidates from so-called `secular' parties throughout India. One need only recall the names of Romesh Sharma, Pandit Rajiv Gandhi, Sukh Ram and P.V.N.Rao, who have gone down in history as some of the most corrupt persons the world has seen. They have heaped shame upon the nation, but as their religion permits a Brahmin to steal from a non-Brahmin, they continue their activities with a perpetually youthful zest. Nowhere is the Brahmin criminal element more evident than in Bihar, where Brahmin gangsters have transformed a state the size of France into a `jungle raj'. Indeed, several noted hardcore Brahmin mobsters figure prominently not just in the list of the Hindutva candidates, but have traditionally dominated in the Pseudo-Secular (P-sec) parties. The traditional Marxist-Hindutva-Psec ideological triad continues to be the main modern thrust of Brahmin Imperialism, symbolised by the three spikes of the `trishul' [trident].

Sunil Pandey the Pious Brahmin

Sunil Pandey

Hardcore Brahmin Terrorist and Samata Party Candidate

Asian Age, 15 Feb, 2000

" ... Yet, the Samata-JD(U) together have fielded at least 16 convicted or wanted criminals this time.

Prominent among them are Sunil Pandey, who is fighting on a Samata Party ticket from Piro (Bhojpur district) ), ... Sunil Pandey, 38, is wanted by the Bihar police in 147 cases, including murder, rape, instigating riots, sheltering Ranvir Sena activists and burning houses.

By its own admission, the police has been gays ?looking for him? since 1995. Yet Mr Pandey is very visible. He has held several press conferences, the last of which was held at a hotel barely 500 metres from the Ara police station on February 2. Today his main campaign slogan is that he will free Piro of all criminal activists. "

Not just Sunil, but a whole host of other Brahmin gangsters figure in the list of Psec candidates. The list is very long, and we shall only mention the more prominent Brahmin terrorists. Another wanted figure which the polics can never find is Satish Pandey.

Introducing Satish Pandey the Brahmin

Satish Pandey

Brahmin Mass Murderer - A True Model of Secularism

Asian Age, 15 Feb, 2000

"... Satish Pandey, who is the Samata Party candidate Alyque is from Darauli (Siwan district)...

Satish Pandey ... is a `national' figure wanted by the Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh police apart from being wanted in 27 cases in Bihar. Once a close accomplice of two other MLA aspirants and hardcore criminals Suraj Bhan and Rahen Tiwari, Satish Pandey is a co-accused in the murder of former RJD minister Brij Bihari Prasad. ... Satish Pandey looks after the Bihar section of an inter-state gang and Bihar police officers say he is wanted in several contract killing cases, including the killing of a sub-inspector and a constable in Siwan. He too is `on the run' since 1997 though he surfaces every now and then to meet his family, party members and even the press. Everyone except the police."

The Pandas, Pandeys, Pandits and Pandoos can engage in whatever crime they want, merely because of their birth. The reason is not far to seek: India is only a `secular' nation for show and international support. Under the cover of `secularism' runs the writ of the Vedas and Manu. Now, why does the police always find it so hard to `find' the criminal and corrupt Brahmins ? For this, one must remember the `holy law' of Manu:

Manu Smrti XI.132
" Having killed a cat, an ichneumon, a blue jay, a frog, a dog, an iguana, an owl, or a crow, he [ the Brahmin ] shall perform the penance for the murder of a Sudra."

Thus, a Brahmin, a holy Son of Brahma, can kill a Sudra at will; it is even less of a crime than killing an animal. If he kills a Kshatriya or Vaishya, it is only a slightly worse infringement. It is this law which is in actual force, with the Brahmins of the police department refusing to enforce `secular democratic' law upon their blood-brothers.

However, the infiltration of Brahmin criminals into all spheres of Indian life is nothing new. Satish Pandey, Sunil Pandey, and all the other terrorist Pandoos are just mere shadows of far greater mass murderers: the Brahmins at the top, running the Brahmin-Occupied Government. One need only recall the deadly `Emergency' declared by Indira Gandhi the Brahmin and her Brahmin officers. During this attempt to establish a Soviet-style Totalitarian state in which elite Brahmins would rule with a most ruthless tyranny over the `Dasoo abrahmanas', thousands of innocent people were imprisoned, tortured and murdered all across India. Thousands of Sudra men were forcefully `sterilised' (in actual fact, castrated), thousands of Sudra women raped, and massive man-made famines engineered to exterminate the Sudroids. One of the Big Brahmins present at this decision-making, here narrates who decided to clamp the Kautliyan tyranny :

Indira Gandhi's Totalitarian "Emergency"

Introducing the Pious Kautilyan Brahmins !

Asian Age, Wed. 16 Feb, 2000, Editorial
`Emergency: An insider?s version of the causes' ,
H.Y. Sharada Prasad

"I vividly remember the morning of 26 June 1975. It was a little before dawn when the Cabinet gave its ex post facto approval to the promulgation of the Emergency. Apart from the ministers, the only officials present at the meeting, which took place at 1 Akbar Road, were the cabinet secretary (Mr B.D. Pande), the secretary to the Prime Minister (Professor Dhar), and me. After the ministers and Mr Pande had dispersed, Professor Dhar said to me in a melancholy voice: `Do you realise that we have been party to an evil act ?' Of course I did, as many others in and outside of government did.

These, then were the Brahmin officials in the bureacracy responsible for the enforcement of the cruel and inhuman `Emergency' -

Thus, the bureacracy did not whimper when Indira Gandhi imposed the most ruthless tyranny ever seen in South Asia in the last 50 years.

What is more shocking, however, is the complete distortion of facts which the Brahmins are now perpetrating. Prof. P.N. Dhar, one of the Brahmin co-conspirators in the enforcement of the Emergency, has just written a book, `Indira Gandhi, the `Emergency', and Indian Democracy', Oxford University Press, pp 424, Rs. 545. He has argued that the lower-caste revolutionaries led by Jai Prakash Narayan were `as much responsible for the Emergency as Indira Gandhi' [ ibid. ]. Thus, one sees modern Puranic distortion of history at its very best. It is to be remembered that Jai Prakash Narayan, despite his deteriorating health, requested that he be released to save the the millions of starving and dying Sudras. Indira Gandhi flatly refused to release him, and indeed did nothing for the downtrodden, famine-afflicted people. Likewise, Pandit Vajpayee refused to save the dying famine-struck people of Orissa when the Super-Cyclone struch late last year. So - no different between Panditani Indira Gandhi and Pandit Atal Behari Vajpayee ! History repeats itself.

The Brahmins have criminalised politics to an incredible extent. The power of Brahmin gangsters is such that they cannot be `found' by the corrupt police, generally under the control of benign fellow Brahmin blood-brothers who look the other way as the Brahmin gangsters loot, rape, murder and steal. The following article merely confirms what has been said above.


Asian Age, 15 Feb, 2000
http://www.asianage.com/

Samata Most Wanted elude police

By Dhiman Chattopadhyay

Union agriculture minister Nitish Kumar has promised to end ?jungle raj? in Bihar but his own Samata Party has fielded quite a few criminals as candidates for the Assembly elections in Bihar.

On Sunday, addressing a massive rally in Bihar Sharif, both Mr Kumar and Janata Dal (United) leader Sharad Yadav said Mr Laloo Yadav and his criminal henchmen had to be defeated.

Yet, the Samata-JD(U) together have fielded at least 16 convicted or wanted criminals this time.

Prominent among them are Sunil Pandey, who is fighting on a Samata Party ticket from Piro (Bhojpur district) ), and Satish Pandey, who is the Samata Party candidate from Darauli (Siwan district). Sunil Pa-ndey, 38, is wanted by the Bihar police in 147 cases, including murder, rape, instigating riots, sheltering Ranvir Sena activists and burning houses.

By its own admission, the police has been gays ?looking for him? since 1995. Yet Mr Pandey is very visible. He has held several press conferences, the last of which was held at a hotel barely 500 metres from the Ara police station on February 2. Today his main campaign slogan is that he will free Piro of all criminal activists.

Satish Pandey, on the other hand, is a ?national? figure wanted by the Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh police apart from being wanted in 27 cases in Bihar. Once a close accomplice of two other MLA aspirants and hardcore criminals Suraj Bhan and Rahen Tiwari, Satish Pandey is a co-accused in the murder of former RJD minister Brij Bihari Prasad. He now Elf disbands aspires to take on Siwan?s dreaded mafia don and MP M.D. Shahabuddin. Satish Pandey looks after the Bihar section of an inter-state gang and Bihar police officers say he is wanted in several contract killing cases, including the twin n Turn of a sub-inspector and a constable in Siwan. He too is ?on the run? since 1997 though he surfaces every now and then to meet his family, party members and even the press. Everyone except the police.

-- Manohar Shanmugam,
Dalitstan Journal,
Volume 2, Issue 1 (Feb. 2000)


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