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Intolerance among Hindus - The Mask

It has NEVER been Hindu tolerance. It was and is  just weakness, and ostrich mentality.

In fact, they've got used to slavery. First they were slaves to kings and petty zamindars, then Mongols and Mughals. Then came British and now they worship the Gandhi (Nehru) dynasty.

Keep your eyes closed hoping the fire wont burn you.

*You* are the guys responsible for the current state of affairs.
*You* were responsible for partition.
*You* were responsible for all the riots in India.
*You* raped Nirbhaya n supported her rapists.
*You* want special privileges for minorities to appear liberal and broad minded;
*You* will b responsible for total system collapse in India... like it happened to USSR.

Why? Because the 'neutrality' you wear on your face is in fact, inaction. And inaction against evil is supporting the evil.
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AK
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Posted via phone so SMS Lingo. May correct them later.

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