Founding Fathers of Totalitarianism
The Founding Father of the cancer of Totalitarianism is Pandit Kautilya. This Brahmin set forth this horrible invention in his work, the `Arthasastra'. From Brahmanic India this doctrine spread across the world like the pestilence, leading to the deaths of hundreds of millions of helpless humans. India was the first country to suffer under this Brahmin creation when the Mauryan dynasty crushed the people of India under the inhuman yoke of Kautilya. The Encyclopedia Britannica clearly mentions the Mauryan Empire as a totalitarian state : -
Encyclopedia Britannica, Vol.11 (15th edition) , p.863
" Totalitarianism is characterised by strong central rule that attempts to control and limit all aspects of inividual life through coercion and repression. Examplos of such centralised totalitariaan rule include the Maurya dynasty of India (c. 321 - 185 BC), the Ch'in dynasty of China (221-206 BC) ... Nazi Germany under Adolf Hitler (1933-1945) and the Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin (1924 - 53 ). "
All the features of later totalitarian societies were first expounded by the Brahmana Kautilya. The elaborate internal and external expionage system, the forced labour camps (referred to in India as `agrahara' land-grants), the merciless purging of political opponents and mass deportation of entire peoples are fully described as the foundation-stones of the Brahmanic state in the Arthasastra. This has been clearly stated by the Encyclopedia Britannica -
Encyclopedia Britannica, Vol.6 (15th edition), p.768
" Kautilya openly advocates the development of an elaborate spy system reaching into al levels of society and encourages political and secret assassination ... Kautilya is .. condemned for his ruthlessness and trickery."
The brutal Mauryas closely followed Pandit Kautilya's guidelines, conquering India and transforming it into one enormous gulag. After millions of deaths due to forced labour, political purges, Brahmin-engineered famines, mass deportations (such as that of 150,000 Kalingans as mentioned in the Dhauligiri inscription in Orissa) and genocides, the Mauryan empire caved in, leaving India a massive depopulated desert. One group of Indians fleeing this slaughterhouse reached Europe, where their descendants now comprise the gypsies of Europe.
From India the doctrine of Kautilyan totalitarianism spread into China. The first emperor of that nation, Chin Shih Huang, used it to crush the Chinese people into an animal existence and to annihilate the Chinese people. The Arthasastra describes mind-control as one of the means in which the Brahmins are to hold the masses in slavery, and this dictum was carefully followed by Chin Shih Huang, who destroyed all knowledge which the Chinese nation had acqured by means of massive book-burning and extermination of scholars.
First Kautilyan Chinese Emperor
Amongst the cruel Brahminist methods used to subjugate the population was the live burial Confucian scholars and the incorporation of the bones of the builders of the Great Wall in the Wall itself.
By R.J. Rummel, Chapter 5
Indeed, if the Brahmin inventions of Totalitarianism and Communism had
prevailed, the entire world would have been transformed into a vast
gulag, with Zionist masters in the West and Brahmin masters in the East
acting as overlords over the subjected inmates.
" [C]ommunism -- Marxism-Leninism and its variants -- meant in practice
terrorism, deadly purges, lethal prison camps and forced labor, fatal
deportations, man-made famines, extrajudicial executions and show trials,
genocide. It is also widely known that as a result millions of innocent
been murdered in cold blood.", - `The Miracle that is Freedom',
R.J.Rummel, Chapter 5
Lenin adopted the doctrines of Marx and Kautilya, putting them into effect in Russia. The Kautilyan concept of forced labour camps was put to effective use: this haunting institution led to the deaths of more than 40 million Russians :
It is under Stalin that the frightening aspects of Brahmanism reached their truly hideous pinnacle. The entire Soviet Union was transformed into a massive concentration camp, and millions of innocent humans slaughtered. These prison camps were organised by Trotsky and Dzershinzky in 1918 and soon developed into a monstrous machinery for exterminating the people of Russia, a machinery of oppression and intimidation. They are the Russian counterpart of the Brahmanic forced labour camps in India.
All told, the Kautilyanists have so far proven to be the biggest mass murderers of all time. This is evident from the following quotation, which reveals that 100 million humans died this century alone due to the Brahmanic ideology of totalitarianism -
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"The most appalling genocide was not committed by the Nazis but by the Communists. And the killing goes on. Yet leading British academics are still preaching the virtues of Marxism ... The bottom line, then is close to 100 million dead."
Reality has surpassed the power of imagination.
" Stalin had a regime (that was founded on the abolishment of
productivity, on the stolen assests from private individuals, on
state-planning, on terror and lies) forcibly imposed on the entire
communist world. Stalin's system only went down in 1991 with the collapse
of eastern communism. It was not possible for a long time to understand
Stalin because he and his regime were hidden behind a smoke screen. An
unbelievable cult was unleashed throughout the entire world by exquisite
intellectuals during his lifetime ...
After the death of Stalin, Nikita Krushtchov revealed with an intelligence report during the 20th communist party convention what kind of tyrannt and murderer Stalin really was ...
Stalin was the greatest criminal of this century, who committed mass-murder over a long period of time with total determination and without a single doubt of his personal involvement. Neither Shakespeare nor Dostojewski could have thought up such a bloodthursty personality. Reality has surpassed the power of imagination ... "
IndoChina had a tradition of Brahmanic influence. This reached a climax under Pol Pot of the Khmer Rouge, who fully implemented the methods of the Kautilyan Arthasastra. All said, Comrade Pol Pot butchered some 2 million people : -
" In proportion to its population, Cambodia
underwent a human catastrophe unparalleled in
this century. Out of a 1970 population of probably
near 7,100,0001 Cambodia probably lost slightly less
than 4,000,000 people to war, rebellion, man-made
famine, genocide, politicide, and mass murder. The
vast majority, almost 3,300,000 men, women, and
children (including 35,000 foreigners), were
murdered within the years 1970 to 1980 by
successive governments and guerrilla groups. Most
of these, a likely near 2,400,000, were murdered by
the communist Khmer Rouge. "
`Statistics of Democide',, By R.J. Rummel Chapter 4 : Statistics Of Cambodian Democide Estimates, Calculations, And Sources, Center on National Security and Law, University of Virginia, 1997
The rise of Neo-Brahmanism in the Indian Republic was spearheaded by
Nehru of the Kautilyan Congress Party. To symbolise the true Arthasastric
inspiration of the new
Republic, the Ashokan lion-capital was selected as the national symbol.
And Nehru has proven a
good disciple of Guru Canakya : He could have engineered the Soviet
Aghanistan and the consequent genocide of Muslims,
is alleged to have masterminded the
Partition of India and the subsequent holocaust of Muslims, Punjabis and
Sikhs; he launched India's clandestine nuclear programme and
is alleged to have had an interest in secretly
eliminating Subhash Bose and Mahatma Gandhi. His daughter, the
Brahmani Indira Gandhi, managed to establish the Kautilyan state under
the guise of an `Emergency' for a few
years in the 1970s, but had to restore democracy due to public pressure.
These people, Comrade Stalin, Comrade Nehru and Comrade Pol Pot are all
products of the true Kautilyan tradition.
These people, Comrade Stalin, Comrade Nehru and Comrade Pol Pot are all products of the true Kautilyan tradition.
Author : Gagan Tudu
Designer : Bandi Tirki & Ashok Oraon
Vol.1, Issue 1 (August 1999)