Friday, October 10, 2014

ARE BRAHMINS JEWS ? By Adv.Radharao F.Gracias

The modern history of the Jews begins with their first patriarch Abraham who was married to Sarai, his half sister. The Jews were conquered by the Assyrians in 732 BC. Ten of the twelve tribes were taken captives and exiled. The said tribes disappeared from the face of history and are known in Jewish lore as the “lost tribes”. Attempts have been made down the ages to trace their whereabouts. Modern DNA tests have been done on various peoples including the Afghans and the Kashmiris but with negative results.
There has however been, over a considerable period from colonial times, a theory that the Brahmins in India are the descendants of at least some of the “lost tribes”. There appears to be mounting, and impressive evidence in support of this thesis. Let us have a look.
The “lost tribes” would have to travel around three thousand miles to reach India from Palestine which would take several centuries considering the mode of travel in those early times. Over this considerable distance and time one can easily see “Abraham” mutating to “Brahma” and “Sarai” to “Saraswati”. We all know that the Hindu God ‘Brahma’ is married to ‘Saraswati’. The birth of Saraswati is attributed to Brahma going into meditation and splitting into male and female forms. Brahma then married his other half Saraswati. Abraham it may be noted has married his half sister Sarai.
For the Hindu the demon or anti god is known as ‘asura’. The asuras are shown as harmful persons out to destroy the Hindu and to avoided. This dislike of the ‘asuras’ could be a natural derivative of the fact that the lost tribes of the Jews were captured and exiled by the “Assyrians”. Is it not possible that the ‘asuras’ are the same as the Assyrians who had enslaved the lost tribes ?
The Biblical account of the flood: God gives instructions to Noah to build a waterproof vessel that would house his immediate family, along with a sample of animal life. The vessel is an ark made of gopher wood covered in pitch inside and outside. The ark was to be 300 cubits long, 50 cubits wide, and 30 cubits high, and have an opening for daylight near the top, an entrance on its side, and three decks. God told Noah that he, his sons, his wife, his sons’ wives, and two of each kind of beast — male and female — would survive in the Ark. After the flood, the Ark came to rest on the mountains of Ararat.
Puranic Account : “It was then that He (Lord Matsya), revealing Himself, informed the King of an all-destructive deluge which would be coming very soon. The King built a huge boat which housed his family, 9 types of seeds, and animals to repopulate the earth, after the deluge would end and the oceans and seas would recede. At the time of deluge, Vishnu appeared as a horned fish and Shesha appeared as a rope, with which Vaivasvata Manu fastened the boat to horn of the fish. His boat was perched after the deluge on the top of the Malaya Mountains.”
Is it difficult to believe that the Biblical and the Puranic floods are the same events and Noah and Manu are the same persons ?
The Jews are a community that are scattered all over the world. One thing that stands out about them is that no matter what the circumstances, the Jews always prosper and thrive something which is disliked by native communities. The Jewish success in business and intellectual activities is greatly disproportionate to their numerical strength. Consequently, the Jews have come to be hated throughout history and are blamed for various ills. And precisely the same thing happens in respect of the Brahmins in India who attract the same sort of public distaste and for the same reasons.
The Jews are described in the Bible as God’s chosen people and something that the Jews believe strongly and have over several millennium, maintained their separate identity. The Brahmins likewise have always claimed to be God’s chosen people and other Hindus can approach God only through the Brahmins. The similarity cannot be just incidental but indicative of the common descent of the Jews and the Brahmins.
The devotion of the Hindu to the cow is too well known to need elucidation here. However what is not well known is the worship of the cow by the ancient Jews. I quote, {1 Kings 12:28-33 New International Version (NIV)}.
“After seeking advice, the king made two golden calves. He said to the people, “It is too much for you to go up to Jerusalem. Here are your gods, Israel, who brought you up out of Egypt.” One he set up in Bethel, and the other in Dan. And this thing became a sin; the people came to worship the one at Bethel and went as far as Dan to worship the other.”
We all know that when Moses descended from Mount Sinai with the Ten Commandments he found the Jews worshipping the golden calf. Why should the Jews and the Brahmins who are separated by thousands of miles of land worship the same Gods unless there is a link between them ?
A detailed study of the common links between the Jews and the Brahmins was made by Prof.Madan Mohan Shukla and published in the Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal in 1976.
Prof.Shukla notes, the similarities in customs between the two communities:
"It may also be mentioned here that like a devout Jew, a devout Hindu is also required to pray three times a day, morning, afternoon and evening (traikalika-sandhya).
Here it is worthwhile to note: (a) Though turned largely vegetarians now, the Brahmins of India present almost similar scenes of eating hastily in their religious and ritual grand-feasts.
(b) Like Hebrews, the Hindu womenfolk also sit in seclusion to eat their share in their public feasts.
(c) There is a strong case to suspect or speculate that either the Hebrews really belong to a branch of Vedic Aryans, or that they had been in direct touch with the latter at some remote and unrecorded period of their history.
The Gaud Saraswat Brahmins in Goa have always claimed that they are not natives to the soil but arrived here from the banks of the river Saraswati, the actual location of which is a matter of dispute. But the fact remains that the Saraswats are migrants. Were they originally one of the ‘lost tribes’ ? All these questions may be answered with some degree of certainty through DNA testing. And there is a strong case for such a test.

Sunday, October 5, 2014


With all due credit to Aires and Prudent Media, it has to be remembered that both these respective organs are operating within the political confinement of Indian Occupied Goa (IOG) and therefore are obviously restricted to some degree to limits of expression of free speech unlike in the totally press free world outside.  However, they play a vital and helpful role in maintaining a check on the excesses committed by acting as watch-dog and to contribute to and sustain the developing of the diverse Goan society by functioning within the given tight situation.
However, it has also to be remembered that at the same time a media can be a dangerous weapon when in wrong hands as has happened in Goa all along the half century history of its Indian rule through state censorship, intimidation and government policy.
Besides, Goa’s media that emanated and came to be implemented all along immediately after Indian occupation has been notoriously and maliciously instrumental in playing a partisan role to favour a particular section of Goa’s population, and tipping it against the other, to destabilize the other and forestall itself over the other’s dominant existing status quo and to marginalizing them altogether. This was done explicitly at the behest and connivance of the think tank in New Delhi to ruthlessly rid Goa off any potentially expected dissent or impediment from those quarters.
Thus Goa’s media by leaning itself towards occupying force, India, allowed India to tighten its grip over Goa even further. So this is exactly how far a harm a biased press can do to an indigenous population
Goans should indeed be mindful and not forget that India has all along used and continues use the press to exploit Goan’s mind through misinformation and suppress the peoples of Goa. Brainwashing and consigning them to the dustbin of ignorance.‘Dirty and evil’ is how the Indian Media can be described towards the Goans. Ironically it had to happen at the very spot and place where media was first born and took its root in all Asia! In fact, besides its gun India found the press an ideal weapon to suppress the Goans
Media is no new phenomenon to Goa. In fact Goa is the forerunner of media in all Asia and Americas with the establishment of the first printing press East Suez way back over four centuries ago in 1556, when media first emanated on Goan soil, the first in all Asia, in form of books and other informative literature and matter! Perhaps with the fanatic regime that has been at rampage in Goa, with highly hyped ideological drive to devalue all that is Goan, the children at Pramod Acharya’s school time may have been brainwashed into ignorance and made to believe that the Media made its first ever appearance in the world was in Devanagiri form and not in Romi as Goa’s own history tells!
Such idiotic fallacies have kept young generation in Goa away from contemporary modernity into primitive ages.
However, with the technological advance and innovation in the Western world and the introduction of colour television in India as late as 1982 it has over ridden and helped Media to make rapid striders to where it is now.
Yet so, to whatever heights Aires or Prudential Media strives and attains, they will always be a step lower in their achievement, to gain to express freedom of speech and expression that can allow them to question and challenge India on its illegal presence in Goa.
These suchlike Medias like Prudential Media and others, if it is to serve Goa they have to be to be free and universal because of Goa’s nature itself. Goa is not only confined to its part that is held by India. Goa is large and widespread, the best and vibrant half of Goa is in diaspora not just in the Indian Sub-continent, but splintered and spilled and spread all over the world embedded in every Goan you find there, as a result of self-imposed asylum resulting from organized and institutionalized deprivation, and ethnic marginalization by the Indian Occupation of their land..
It is the total Goans in Goa and around the world put together who make their land Goa as one, that lies hanging outside in balance politically denied its right to its original space or sloth in Peninsular Indian Sub-continent with its territorial right to its location that predates the later establishment of India’s own territorial right. sought and awarded to itself to its portion of Peninsular Indian Sub-continent, as established itself in conjunction with Pakistan, and endorsed within the confinement of its territorial sovereignty by International Law, when it first came to its reasoning of its presence as a nation in 1947.
Therefore, the all Goan total-ness and to-gather-ness constitutes one single component Goa, all amalgamated as one Goa, and not divided in parts as the one colonially held at ransom by India, and to tell the Goans in diaspora that they are no longer the owners of Goa, when the ownership to their land precedes that of India’s own to its land portion, and yet all above the Goans be told they are but foreigners.
By holding Goa at ransom, India is answerable to withholding at stake the freedom and future of all Goans including around the world and not just those ones held in Goa under its gun in the Sub-continent, and to hinder progress of their generations towards the developing their motherland Goa. Therefore India’s action on Goa has International repercussions and it is time for Goans to counter India’s action. Whether India recognizes all Goans to be citizen of their land or not is India’s own problem not Goan’s.
To begin with Goan people did not give India a mandate to be in Goa by way plebiscite or referendums as per status quo 1961, for India to decide who is a Goan and who is not. Also, because after all it would not be a problem for Goa if it was free, since all Goans anywhere would be Goan citizens with their own nationality, including those in India.
They would not be separated as India separates them, as Goans or foreigners. This is institutionalised eviction and therefore institutionalized genocide to decimated Goans from their own soil and falls short of the crime of Nazis eliminating Jews from their soil. Again India by denying Goans in diaspora to be part of their country Goa violates Goans’ Universal Human Right to be, what and who they are. Besides, by holding their land and imposing their citizenship on them by force or coercion is total colonialism that is unacceptable under UN convection.
We can now gauge the shortfall Aires and Prudential Media inherits in their expression of the ultimate treasured freedom of speech and expression, if they are to address fully the issues that pertains to Goa wholly in all dimensions, and the constraints felt in their full free expression, unlike the Goan Media in diaspora, Niz Goenkar, that enjoys full unhindered freedom of speech and expression in a fully democratic world, that also allows me to pen this piece!
It can be a shining beacon that can guide Goa to its freedom if both Medias, in Goa and in Diaspora can act in consort to achieve at last that long waited freedom and independence that Goa rightly deserves!!

Wednesday, October 1, 2014


I thought US imperialism was bad until I heard about Indian imperialism. India is obviously one of the imperialist countries. Even worse, like the early United Snakes, Zionist Israel, Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan, it has been conquering and annexing land since the day of its birth. I suppose one could argue that many new nations engage in a “Nation-Building Project” that involves some sort of conquering of other people’s land to annex their lands into the new nation.
However, if we look around the world, we do not see a lot of examples of new imperialist countries engaging in nationalist conquests upon independence.
In the modern era, the examples are not many:
Nazi Germany: Program of conquest, Annexation and Colonization in World War 2.
Imperial Japan: Program of conquest, Annexation and Colonization in World War 2.
Fascist Italy: Program of conquest, Annexation and Colonization in World War 2.
Indonesia (Independence in 1949): Program of conquest and annexation of Aceh, East Timor and part of New Guinea now called Irian Jaya. There was also a project of settling colonized lands with settlers in order to subdue the natives. A number of genocides ensued. This project was led by an openly fascist political party pushing a fascist project called Pangasinan.
Pakistan (Independence in 1947): Attempted to annex Kashmir by force (uncertain if Kashmiris wanted to be annexed by Pakistan). Annexed Balochistan by violence soon afterwards after Balochis voted not to join Pakistan.
Israel (Independence in 1949): Its very birth was created by invasion, conquest, ethnic cleansing and displacement of natives. Colonization of new land by settlers followed. The following years, more and more land was conquered, more natives were thrown off the land, and more settlers were moved onto new conquered land. The project continues to this day.
Russia (newly Independent in 1991): Invaded and conquered Chechnya which declared independence from the new Russian nation. Later invaded other Caucasus republics attempting to break away from the new nation.Annexation of Crimea in 2014.
Armenia: Invaded and conquered part of Azerbaijan called Nagorno-Karabagh on an uncertain moral basis but strategically because it was full of Armenians. Later conquered “buffer zones” of Azeri territory similar to Israeli “security buffers.”
Georgia: Invaded South Ossetia when South Ossetia refused to join the new country called Georgia.
Morocco: Invaded and conquered Spanish Sahara after the region was decolonized. It then settled the area with 200,000 settlers.
Sudan: Upon independence in 1954, launched a war against South Sudan that continued for decades and killed 2 million people.
Eritrea: Soon after achieving independence in 1991, Eritrea attacked Ethiopia and tried to annex border land. It also attacked Djibouti and tried to annex part of that country.
Ethiopia: After independence, Ethiopia immediately annexed Eritrea. This led to a 30 year war which Eritrea finally won and achieved independence from Ethiopia.
Somalia: The new nation of Somalia attacked Ethiopia in 1977 and attempted to conquer the Ogaden region and annex it to Somalia.
Libya: In 1978, Libya attacked Chad and attempted to annex a strip of land called the Aouzou Strip.
However, India seemingly takes the cake. Soon after independence in 1947, India quickly invaded Hyderabad, Diu, Daman, Goa, Dadra, Nagar Haveli, Sikkim, Manipur, Nagaland and Kashmir. All of these places had decided that they did not want to be part of India, but India invaded them anyway. Sikkim was actually a separate country, but India invaded it anyway and annexed the place. Many people died because of India’s imperial conquests. The Manipur and Naga conflict lasted many years and the Kashmiri conflict continues to this day. Many other areas in the Northeast also refused to join India in the beginning and all were attacked sooner or later.
In the midst of this wild imperial conquest spree, apparently India received 100% support from US imperialism. When India attacked China in 1962 for no good reason, US imperialism supported them 100%, apparently as an anti-Communist move against China. India was even supplied with weapons with which to attack the Chinese people.
When you talk to Indians (generally high-caste Indians) one thing you will note is the fanatical nationalism many of them have. Many don’t know their country’s history, but if you recite it to those who know about it, almost 100% of them will support Indian imperialism to the hilt. The average Indian is an ultra-nationalist, a nationalist fanatic. In part this is because the media and the government has been pushing fascist like ultra-nationalism from the early days of the Republic. The number of Indians opposed to this fascist ultra-nationalist and imperialist project must be very small, because you never hear of them.
Of late, radical Indian ultra-nationalism has been married to Hindu fanaticism in the form of Hindutva ideology. This is a marriage of fascist ultra-nationalism and with radical religious fundamentalism. The result has been a potent movement that looks fascist in many respects. This nascent fascist movement has taken high caste and middle class Indians by storm. We should not sit idly by and watch this fascist movement form while we twiddle our toes. Instead we should watch this dangerous movement very closely. It threatens not only India itself but parts of the rest of the world too.

DO JUSTICE TO OVERSEAS GOANS By Jose Maria Miranda, Margão

I read with great dismay that people of Goan origin, born in Pakistan and now holding Canadian nationality, are being denied visas by the Indian High Commission to visit their homeland for the Exposition of the Relics of St Francis Xavier.This is not only unfair but an insult to Goans. Many Goans and their families migrated to various countries during the Portuguese regime in search of jobs. Some of them members may have been born in Pakistan even a few during the British rule. Their origin does not change and surely they are proud of being Goans and hence are keen in visiting their native place. The NRI Commission in Goa did well in intervening and writing to the Indian High Commission that the Goans’ request be granted. However, what is required from both the NRI Commission as well as the Goa government is that the central government be taught and told about the history of Goa, which they surely know but choose to ignore. Goans are not beggars seeking favours or mercy from the central government or their embassies and high commissions, whether it is for special status or visas. Goa was taken over by military force and despite promises by the then prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru, Goans were never given the right to choose their status or privileges. Both the Portuguese and the Indian governments connived to deprive the Goans even of their legitimate rights that needed to be safeguarded to avoid the situation we are in today. It is time the local government impresses upon the central government the need to look at Goa differently from what they presently perceive, since Goa’s history is totally different from other states of India. Let us not create situations that are best avoided.

Sunday, September 21, 2014


Going with the trend setters, first, by East Timor [Timor Lest] having attained Independence from Occupying Indonesia through the intervention of the United Nations on May 20, 2002, to end the illegal occupation by Indonesia since 1975, and, the bid by the Scotish people to decide if they wanted to remain with Great Britain or as an Independent Country altogether, through the recently held REFERENDUM, a laudable Democratic process, the former ESTADO DA INDIA PORTUGUESA as it was called, GOA, is also simmering for the much promised and denied Referendum/Plebiscite when India occupied GOA through military intervention to drive away the 451 year standing Portuguese, interestingly, both India and Portugal having been members of the United Nations.
That GOANS have woken up, or should I say, musterred the courge to demand the REFERENDUM after 53 years of fear ridden silence is a matter of great pride for Goa and Goans. The fact of the matter is straight as a barge-pole:
1: India promised that Goa's identity would be protected and it was India's first Premier Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru through his public speech at Bombay in 1956 that said the following:
"I want to explain myself. If the people of Goa, minus the Portuguese, deliberately wish to retain their separate identity, I am not going to bring them by force, compulsion or coercion into the Indian Union.... I merely add that my national interest involves the removal of the Portuguese from Goa...."
2. This promise was never implemented, thanks to Goa's Freedom Fighters who have been enjoying pensions for the past 53 years, as well as a very staunch Goan in Bombay who had the ears of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru..... Cardinal Valerian Gracias. It looks like their only mission was to push Goa into the lap of India, lock-stock and barrel without any guarantees for Goa and Goans.
3. India forced on Goans (like myself) its Citizenship through promulgation of the Citizens Act in 1962, without asking Goans whethert they wanted it or not. UN Charter emphsises that indegenous people must be given a chance to decide their own fate through a referendum or a plebiscite. What I am saying is that this 'choice' was not given/ignored for reasons that nobody thought it fit to demand. It was imposed. As a Goan first, I want to choose what I want to feel nice about. I do not feel nice about things that are forced on me as a compulsion and call it DEMOCRACY.
4. This referendum that I am talking about must have two choices. (1) Remain Independent Or (2) Join the Indian Union WITH SPECIAL STATUS aka Special Provisions under Article 371(I) of the Indian Constitution, which request by Goa, India has repeatedly ignored.
5. The voting in this referendum must be those persons/Goans who were on the Electoral Rolls of Goa during the 1963 Elections and along with their newer generation. Also, all Goans residing and/or settled elsewhere in the world must be given the franchise to vote in this referendum. The voting cannot be based on the current Electoral Roll which is a cocktail of dilution.
6. This referendum must be conducted under the auspices of the UNITED NATIONS.
7. Goans do not recognize the Treaty signed by Portugal (through Mario Soares) and India ( through Y.B. Chavan) in 1974 handing-over Goa's sovereignty to India since this treaty had no representation from Goans in Goa or elsewhere in the world. Besides, Mario Soares and his government was not an elected Government at that time and therefore this treaty could not be signed.
8. Goa's Opinion Poll of 1967 with the two options given was an infringement on the above quoted promises of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Perhaps, if he was alive, he would not have accepted this monstrosity, which was the brainchild of Maharashtra and its Chamcha in Goa, the Maharashtra Gomantak Party led by Dayanand Bandodkar, and therefore was one-sided and meaningless. Thanks to Dr. Jack de Sequeira, the Opinion Poll was won to keep Goa as Goa or be disintegrated into Maharashtra. Accepting Opinion Poll with the stated terms of reference was a risky proposition and Dr. Jack de Sequeira should not have agreed to it but instead go for the above referendum with the above stated terms of reference. But his position is vindicated by the very fact that the Opinion Poll was won.
Some Goans who are not aware of the basic facts about the so called liberation of Goa by India consider the above demands as secessionist demands. NO. these are not. These demands are authentic demands and India will have to relent to these in the very near future. Hopefully, India will take a page out of the democratic appeasement which has taken place vis a vis Scotland and Great Britain.

Sunday, September 14, 2014


16 December 1961, Indian troops crossed the border into Goa.
19 December 1961 - Annexation of the Overseas Province of Portugal called Goa by newly formed India (1947), termed by Indians from the newly formed Republic of India as liberating Goa, incorporated into the Indian Union. 
16 Jan 1967 - Opinion poll day illegally by the Republic of India without settlement of GOA and its sovereignty.
1961-1987: Union territory of Goa, Daman and Diu.
1974/75 – Treaty signed between Republic of Portugal and the Republic of India over the sovereignty of Goa, based on Articles of agreement exclusively with the United Nations. Without the consent of any Person from GOA in black and white representing the people of GOA or without a referendum if GOANS want to be a part of the Republic of India or the Republic of Portugal or Independent or Autonomous with Special Status.
May-30,1987 - August 12th, Goa was included as a state within the Republic of India by the central government of the Republic of India.
After 30th May 1987 to ...........
Full of People from others STATES of the Republic of India and Nepal. DEFINE A GOAN ?
No more a PARADISE, Just like any other STATE of the recently formed in 1947 REPUBLIC OF INDIA.
Thus I propose a term called "THE GOAN" --> Which is a term used only to those who are sons\daughters of Goa by virtue of having 5+ generations of ancestral roots in Goa prior to 16th December 1961 (irrespective of religion beliefs, gender, ethnic origin, colour, race, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, etc). As long as they were legal documented families.


Eugene Correia is the Pre-Historic Ape "Homo Erectus" I really cant Understand how can a Pre-Historic Uncivilzed "Homo Erectus" be called a "Goan" 

In order to understand INDIA in a better way, you need realize that there is no Such country Named INDIA prior 1947, Pre-Historic Morons like Eugene Correia and even Educated PHD Indian Morons like to believe that INDIA as a nation existed for past 3500 years, which is a biggest joke I have ever heard.

India is not really a nation but a political union of many nations coming together to form a country, some were forcefully annexed by Indian Government e.g Goa, Kashmir, Nagaland, Sikkim, Junagadh, Manipur, Hyderabad etc. 

According to the oxford Dictionary, a Nation is, “ a large body of people united by Common descent, History, Culture or Language, inhabiting a particular state or territory” Therefore India is not a Nation.

India as a nation has no history,its an entity which was born in 1947, Yes each ethnic group of India have their own History(Tamils,Telugu,Maratha,Rajput, Goans, Kashmiris, Mallus etc) but we never had a monolithic and common history, we are not even aware of others existence before British built Railways,much of our society even today is not connected.

In 1947 when British granted Independence to British India and Pakistan, India use to have around 260 States, some princely states , and some states without any ruler.

When first Constitution was drafted 40 percent of Modern day India is still in the Hands princely rulers.

Society 200 years ago is quite different in the Indian Subcontinent, Every Tribe in the Indian Subcontinent had their own Language,Culture, Religions,God (Mostly Tribal Gods)–This is how most Indians evolved, well most people who lived in Indian subcontinent During that Time have no idea about the country that they are living in. Most of them were uneducated.

Indians were not even aware of others existence before British built Railways,much of Indian society even today is not connected. 

A Gujrati may not be able to communicate with Bengali, the average Indian seems to identify better with his/her fellow Assamese, Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati or Naga people than with other Indians.

A German can Communicate with a fellow German, A Portuguese can Communicate with fellow Portuguese but one Ethnic Indian cannot communicate with another Ethnic Indian, they both are foreigners.

Even today most Educated Indians are not completely aware of their Geography, thats how brainwashed people are, far worse than North korea.

Indian elite in olden days felt that Religion can become an unifying cause , So they brainwashed Hindu Religion onto these tribes, Brahmins ,Kshatriya’s and other upper caste accepted lower caste tribes into Hinduism a Religion invented by British in the Year 1830.

Movies,Books,Education system in School subtly brainwashed people into Hindu Religion.

Since Independence Indian media and many Hindutva schools presented a Selective version of history.

Almost in every History book, Hindus were described as most pious and innocent while occupying British, Portuguese and Islamic people are described as barbaric and without any culture.

Such Fabrications led to a prevailing Culture of Victimhood and Cultural jingoism among young Indians.

The stupid brainwashed young youth of India are product of such disgusting propaganda which Hindutva Cultural Warriors have unleashed in Academic circles.

Indians are superficial, most people in the Subcontinent are basically different tribes and they use to have different moral code.

Brahminical Dharma is imposed on them..and worse most Lower caste lost their own identity when they started obliging Upper castes.

This is the reason why most Hindus suffer from identity crisis.If you ask them about religion most go numb and some become suspicious because , 95% of people cant read Sanskrit or understand it, nor they know about their own religion except few basic things learned from Brahminical Mythological sitcoms like Ramayana and Mahabharat directed by Ramanand Sagar

Supreme Court of India acknowledge the fact that most Indian Ancestors were Immigrants some came from west Africa, some from Arabian Desert, Some are from Persia and some from Central Asia.

So there is no such Thing call "Indians" even Native Americans are called "Indians"

All the bullshit that Caste is British conspiracy and British tried to divide India and have exaggerated minute difference in India is bullshit.

Biological,Genetic studies don't lie,Scientific results are open,and you can contact genetic and molecular institute of India.

for more information contact professor Satyajit Rath

Stop reading bullshit Hindutva media, you get nothing

Academics have nothing to do with Hindutva idiot propaganda.

Out of India theory is even bullshit, Ancestral North Indian Genotype in India is related to Eurasian Caucasus region and South have greater relevance to African,Precisely west Africa.

Some coastal African geneotypes have some common Mitochondrial structure with South India.

In South Asia, and Indian subcontinent there have been inward migrations from Northern Caucasus and West coastal Africa and small communities settled around and started trade among themselves.

This is how south Asia looked earlier, most people have no contact with rest of the world and its a closed society.

This is even the prime reason why Indians are closed minded and most have never seen any other country in their life and worse , very few people from other cultures contacted them.

Only contacts that Indians are aware of are colonial invasions, this created a mindset among South Asians, Every thing from outside is dangerous and disruptive to existing culture.

South Asia was never a free flowing,Trading culture—-Only few communities engaged in Trade and Commerce, precisely there are few castes which have engaged in Trade, rest of the society is always stagnant ,poor .

Please don't fall into trap of Hindutva propaganda, Hindutvas are laughing stock even among Indians.

Serious academics laugh at these Idiots, but most closed minded Indians and highly ethnocentric Indians, believe in Hindutva Fairy tales.

Unfortunately over 45% of India is illiterate,which makes susceptible for brainwashing and worse many Indian youth are insecure,which makes them believe in Hindutva propaganda.

All the glory of Indian civilization and Great Indian inventions or India as Aryan race or Indians are original Aryan,India is a Ancient Country all are bullshit fairy tales.

Sadly more and more young people who were exposed to other Cultures for first time in their life,thanks to globalization are feeling alienated .

Most Hindutva young cheerleaders are insecure young men who cannot integrate into any European or Western culture and they are not part of mainstream, thats why Sudin Dhavalikar has problem with Bikinis.

So they seek refuge in Hindutva propaganda and to get false sense of pride.

Friday, September 12, 2014

A GOAN FIRST By Adv.Radharao F.Gracias

A GOAN FIRST By Adv.Radharao F.Gracias
I recently came across a facebook post saying “we are Indians first and Goans next”. It sounds terribly wrong to me, politically, legally, historically. And, geographically, too.  Goans, were the subjects of the Bahamani sultan, until the Portuguese defeated Adil Shah and replaced the Bahamanis on 25.11.1510, at the “invitation” of the local people, under the leadership of Thimaya Naik. After that the status of Goa varied, between a colony and an overseas province of Portugal. Then came Operation Vijay, the Portuguese were driven out and Goa came to be part of the Republic of India. And thus Goans became Indians. If by some mischance at anytime in the future Bangladesh happens to liberate Goa, then Goans will be Bangladeshis. And so on. And throughout these happenings, the only thing constant is we have been Goans. And Goans we shall always be.
The question is: how did we become Indians? The answer is simple, as provided by the Supreme Court of India in Mons. Sebastiao Francisco Monteiro v/s. State of Goa, (AIR 1970 page 329). The operative part of the said judgment reads:
“.....occupation, which means belligerent occupation, comes to an end when hostilities cease and the territory becomes a art of the Occupying Power. Annexation may sometimes be peaceful, as for example, Texas and Hawaiian Islands were peacefully annexed by the United States, or after war, -as the annexation of South Africa and Orange Free State by Britain. The question, when does title to the new territory begin, is not easy to answer. Some would make title depend upon recognition. Mr. Stimson's doctrine of non-recognition in cases where a state of things has been brought about contrary to the Pact of Paris was intended to deny root of title to conquest but when Italy conquered Abyssinia, the conquest was recognised because it was thought that the state of affairs had come to stay. Thus, although the United Nations Charter includes the obligation that force would not be used against the territorial integrity of other States (Art. 2 para 4), events after, the Second World War have shown that transfer of title to territory by conquest is still recognised. Prof. R. Y. Jennings poses the question : What is the legal position where a conqueror having no title by conquest is nevertheless in full possession of the territorial power, and not apparently to be ousted?" He recommends the recognition of this fact between the two States. If cession after defeat can create title, occupation combined with absence of opposition must lead to the same kind of title. In the present case the facts are that the military engagement was only a few hours' duration and then there was no resistance -at all. It is hardly necessary to try to establish title by history traced to the early days as was done in the Minquiers and Ecrencs(1) case. Nor is there any room for the thesis of Dr. Schwarzenberger (A Manual of International Law, 5th Edn. p. 12 that title is relative and grows with recognition. True annexation followed here so close upon military occupation as to leave no real hiatus. We can only take the critical date of true and final annexation as December 20, 1961 when the entire government and administration were taken over and there was no army in occupation -and no army in opposition. The occupation on December 20, 1961 was neither belligerent occupation nor anticipated occupation, but true annexation by conquest and subjugation.…..”
As we all know the Supreme Court is the final word in matters of interpretation of facts and law. The said interpretation therefore is binding on all patriots and pseudo patriots, nationalists and faux nationalists.
Now the next question is: when did we become Indians? That answer is provided by the Goa, Daman & Diu Citizenship order dated 28.3.1962 issued by the Union Govt. The relevant part reads:
“Every person who or either of whose parents or any of whose grandparents was born before the twentieth day of December, 1961, in the territories now comprised in the union territory of Goa, Daman and Diu, shall be deemed to have become a citizen of India on that day:
Provided that any such person shall not be deemed to have become a citizen of India as aforesaid if within one month from the date of publication of this Order in the Official Gazette that person makes a declaration in writing to the Administrator of Goa, Daman and Diu or any other authority specified by him in this behalf that he chooses to retain the citizenship or nationality which he had immediately before the twentieth day of December, 1961……..”
There is no scope, to dispute that Goans became Indians with retroactive effect from 20.12.1961, by the aforesaid order. It conclusively follows that prior to 28.3.1962, we were not Indians, and hence allowed to “retain the citizenship or nationality which he had immediately before 20.12.1961”.
And the final question: Are we geographically Indians? The answer is a huge ‘Yes’. We are part of the landmass that constitutes the Indian Sub Continent and all parts obviously come together. And in case any part comes ahead of the others then it must be Pakistan which is the cradle of ancient Indian Civilisation (Harappa and Mohenjodaro). And the river Indus, which gave the country its name, runs through that country. And above all Taxila generally acknowledged to be the forerunner of all universities in the world, is also in that country. It is the university that gave us, Chanakya the political analyst, Charaka the father of Ayurveda, and Panini the grammarian, all of whom are considered to be our icons. Does the Republic of Pakistan therefore not have a claim to the concept of ‘India’ a claim no lesser than that of the Republic of India?
To conclude, there ought to be no doubt that we are Goans first and always and are Indians as a consequence of what the Supreme Court says: “True annexation by conquest and subjugation”. And the legislation that followed.

Thursday, August 21, 2014


Respected Chief Minister,

Recently, in the Goa Legislative Assembly, you made a statement. You said, “Hindus is a word used by non Indians referring to Indians, many times, irrespective of religion…… if you go to Gulf countries even a Muslim from India is called Hindu by them”.

Sir, I congratulate you for your interest in history and sociology of the word “Hindu”. You are indeed correct that in the distant past Indians were called Hindus by the Arabs. Of course now and in the recent past this does not happen. And there is a reason why this does not happen now.

Let us see what is the exact meaning of the word “Hindu” to the Arabs. The word originated in the Persian Gulf. If you refer the Farsi dictionary “Farang e Ameeda” the word Hindu means kafir, slave, or a characterless person. The Arabic dictionary “Firaj ul Lugad” would tell you that “Hindu” means a dark patch on the face of a beautiful maiden that destroys her beauty. Other meanings here are a slave or the vanquished. The Urdu dictionary says that Hindu means a black mole on the cheek of a beautiful maiden.

I request you to verify these facts independently.

Now let us see what the origin of the word “Hindu” is – historically speaking.

Hindu was the name of one of the sons of the eleventh wife of Prophet Mohammed Paigamber. Hindu was a child with abnormal behavior who grew up to be an adult with weak character and sociopathic tendencies. The local population hated him. A characterless person was often called Hindu. Aadya Shankaracharya has correctly pointed out this fact. He said Hindu was a word used in a derogatory sense by the invading Muslims of the sixth and seventh century to refer to the local population they conquered.

“Hindu” does not refer to a way of life nor does it refer to any particular religion – historically speaking. The word “Hindu” does not have anything to do with the word “Sindhu” meaning Indus River, nor does it have anything to do with the Greeks or the Tartars. The word “Hindu” does not exist in any literature of India prior to the invasion of India by Arabic Muslims. The word “Hindu” does not even exist in the “Sant Vangmay” or the literature created by the saints and reformers like Dnyaneshwar or Gautam Buddha.

However I have the pleasure to say that the word BHARAT was there during the times of the saints and reformers. It has been extensively used as a word that depicts a vibrant India in a far more complete and a far more comprehensive manner.

Lastly, sir, I would like to recall the words of Mark Twain –“Its no wonder that truth is stranger than fiction. Fiction has to make sense.”

Thank you, sir.
Yours truly,
Dr Mukul R Pai Raiturkar
Margao, Goa.

Monday, August 4, 2014


If anyone has doubt whether Goa was liberated or conquered, here is the Judgement of the case from the Supreme Court of India. It says: "On December 20, 1961 the Portuguese territories of Goa, Daman and Diu were conquered by the Government of India, whereupon on December 30, 1961 the Military Governor of the conquered territory issued a proclamation recognising only certain kinds of import licences, amongst which were not included the licences granted to the petitioner".

Saturday, August 2, 2014


Apart from entertaining in celebrating successfully Goan Festival, it is time for G.O.A. to give a serious look and carve a strategy with a trajectory to end Indian Colonial in Goa and show that we can rule Goa even much better just meticulously as we run our entertainment in London at Goan Festivals at the highest standard!
Goa is extremely rich with wealth buried in its mineral-rich soil as well as its human resources, which has enriched the ‘non-sons of the soil’ outsiders in Goa into billionaires as well as sustained India itself for the last half century. The best resources of any country is her human resources and in Goa’s case through denial, have come to serve and enrich European cities other than Goa itself, all with hard dedication just to earn a livelihood.
Today, at the same time the ex-Portuguese territory of Macao with its autonomous Independent Government has become the richest country in the world by been solely dependent on its own human resources all working within and without Macao being anywhere soil-rich as Goa.
If Goa was independent we would not have to depend on freebies from such like Tilad Rice, Sony and Air India as Goa would be likewise Macao a top ranking rich country that could ferry up and down performers not just once yearly but at will almost on daily basis, to fly out with our own Air Goa airline exclusively staffed with our own Goan airhostesses bearing a truly Goan smile on their lips stretching for thousands of miles across from one end of Dabolim to Heathrow direct, well in a stone’s throw of Goan Festival itself, all ready to perform at the stroke of a beat!
If a fellow Goan, Tony Ferandes can singly aim for world’s biggest airline Air Asia why Goa as a rich independent country cannot do it?
Just as Air Macao proudly became the first airline to land on the new terminal at Dabolim with plane load of own athletes for the Lusophonia Games in Goa!
It’s a shame on Goans, being rather brainless that if few thousand Chinese can do it, why they cannot do such a thing, despite God given untold wealth in the sand under their feet!
Though we should thankfully appreciate meanwhile in our hour of agony the timely sponsorship of Tilad Rice Sony and Air India we should also remember they do so for their long term commercial interest. They themselves will tell you that we ought to be self dependent and dignified with richest wealth in our soil, and not dependent forever on freebies, because some day the Tilad rice can vanish and there will be no crumbs left.
While we dance, drink and serenade at Goan Festival, we should not hide the fact with our faces buried in the sand, to know that under Indian Rule Goa has gained the top ranking reputation in vice-industry, as the leading Drug City of Asia well greased in its smooth running aided and abetted by Goa police itself, whose personnel compete among themselves vigorously for postings in areas that are most lucrative and financially productive other than competing for senior rankings.
Goa, in another milestone destination, is renowned as Mecca of prostitution that confronts a danger to obliterate Goa’s long held image as the Rome of the East, with every type of female from the remotest part of the Globe in shimmering attire making her way to Goa to sell her erotic art and its wares. If one is not allured to the red district they are at full display in myriad massage parlours that keep mushrooming at every corner of neighbour hood and soon to take over villages as a community.
Since this Goa’s decadence is taking place under Indian Rule, G.O.A. when inviting Indian officials and representatives, who are party to that Indian rule, before being permitted to address the festival crowd, should first be made, on India’s behalf, to ceremoniously and publicly admit, concede, confess and belch out the truth and seek pardon and atonement relating to the above foregoing facts, and then be allowed to address the festival audience to what they have then to say.
G.O,A’s. magnificent effort in just entertaining Goans at Goan Festival will remain alive as long as Goa is Goan but will eventually cease to have any meaning and all their valuable time and efforts will sorrowful be in vain and futile in the end, with Goa’s identity and characteristics changing under the Indian Rule and being replaced with their own, Goa will not be any longer Goan anymore!
Already, Goa signifies any Indian shanty City. The Portuguese influence is just a myth not seen in any written word, but embedded in their food, surnames and their own original language Konkani, that is banned from official usage.
The festival will not reflect the identity it is supposed to represent way back at home in Goa as at present, unless G.O.A, having purported to represent Goans all these years in Britain without a political clout, wakes up to reality and seizes that political clout and bangs on the heads of those occupying Goa and makes an effort to retrieve back Goa for Goans only.
It is rather sad and lamenting that Goa with the longest colonial history recorded from one colonial master to another colonial master for over five centuries, still languishes in colonial agony when every country and every island on the planet is free, independent and sovereign.
Even Mother Earth must be seeking release from pain it is feeling at the spot where Goa is, to be at last totally free from all colonialism.  We must be only ones left lost and forgotten as orphans to celebrate our Goan festivals, wherever they be, in serfdom and like fools in paradise, to think that we are free!!
Imagine if such a festival was turned to celebrate Goa’s National Day? How wonderful it would be? Celebrated with pomp and gaiety with our National flag flying high over our heads. fireworks and perhaps with a small detachment our own budding air force flying on long range training all the way from Dabolim and doing some fly-past sorties, all at Goa’s iron ore cost with no entrance to be paid!!  And, of course not forgetting the galore hugs and kisses that would greet each and every Goan!
We fully appreciate the pomposity grandeur and flamboyancy of G.O.A. to make each year Goan Festival bigger and bigger but the Goan identity as known is getting smaller and smaller in Goa, killed by India. What we will be attending in future in Hounslow is Indian Festival and will come to it dressed iin bright red turbans, like the one made its debut on podium at this year’s festival while addressing the Goan crowd.
We will then ‘put two hands to-gather’ and with Keith Vaz on the podium dance the Khalistam Bangra all singing “Ravi Rama--Hare Rama--Corea Kama--Indiec choddoia voir--voroia Goeanc socla --ani sompoia zomnic”