Everything is possible in a Parallel Universe. The beauty of such a paradigm is that it allows people to have freedom of imagination in a hypothetical self-contained plane of existence, co-existing with one's own. Problems arise when such people impose their hallucinations, delusions upon the real world in an attempt of matching their perceived reality. People who fit such a stereotype are of good propaganda value as they have the capability to import the distraction and conspiracy theories from the parallel universe, in which they live in. All Nazis are good specimens of such a phenomenon. Nazism as a political ideology has ceased to exist. However, the propaganda techniques employed have outlived Nazis and is being carried forward till date by Islamists, Communists etc. In the early half of the twentieth century, it was Jews who had to bear the brunt of hatred and discrimination throughout the world perpetrated by Nazis.
The world was silent when anti-Semitism was being practiced around the world. It is only after the end of World War II that world began to realize and accept the atrocities committed against Jews in Europe and around the world. Even Jews themselves were in denial when Anti-Semitism was practiced and propagated through art and workshops in later half of Eighteenth century. Jews were made a scapegoat for all the problems that existed in all the European societies of the day. Institutions of higher stature to the intellectuals played a key role in creating and propagating the hatred against Jews ultimately enabling the crimes of horrendous magnitude against them through Holocaust orchestrated by Nazi Germany.
Today history is repeating itself, yesterday the victims were Jews and today it is Hindus. Such hatred manifests itself in the form of events, talks, workshops, and publications. One such event targeting Hindus and Hinduism is being planned in USA which is even supported shamelessly by academia (over 50 universities across the world). The event goes with the name "Dismantling Global Hindutva". "The DGH organizers trade on the prestige of your institution's name to host, not an academic conference, but a partisan event related to politics in India. The event platforms activists with extensive histories of amplifying Hindu phobic discourse even while denying the existence of Hodophobia," Hindu American Foundation (HAF) wrote in an email to these universities urging them to withdraw from the conference, if they are indeed co-sponsoring it.
According to HAS, the University of Massachusetts in Boston and Dalhousie University withdrew the sponsorship of the conference. The perpetrators of such a hate campaign against Hindus comes from the Left wing dominated academia based at United states of America. Their organization of events and workshops coincides with the major event unfolding in Afghanistan where Women are killed in broad day light by Taliban for not in compliance with sharia law, where minorities groups like Hindus and Sikhs are wiped out and tormented daily. There is neither a workshop nor a paper published by same organizers on Islamic extremism and Anti-Semitism.
The primary objective of such workshops is mainly to deviate the focus of the world from the atrocities of Islamic extremism. People who participate in such workshops have one thing in common i.e., the hysteria of seeing the world in black-and-white terms constantly spewing venom against one religious group or people of ethnicity (Hindus) and everything associated with Hinduism. The notorious speakers of this platform share common traits, they are openly anti-Semitic and support a Islamic caliphate in America, ISIS and elimination of Hindu religion from the face of Earth. All these organizations have one thing in common that is playing the "politics of grievance" to manipulate public opinion perpetrating Hindu hatred and Hindu Phobia.
Please sign and show your support against Hinduphobia and against the event that is propagating Hinduphobia
Author: Thomas Rolland
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