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Donald Trump is hate monger and against India

A month after conducting a ‘havan’ for Donald Trump’s victory in the United States’ presidential elections, rarely known right-wing group Hindu Sena organised a birthday bash for him at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar. The celebrations included a seven-kg birthday cake, balloons, Trump’s poster brandishing a gun and some children playing the birthday song on guitars.

Sena chief Vishnu Gupta told that Mr. Trump brandishing a gun would strike fear in the hearts of the ISI and Islamic terrorists. It will send across the message that they still have a few months to reform themselves before Mr. Trump becomes president of United States.

The crazy Gupta, put on a birthday cap on his head, cut the three layered colourful cake before offering a piece of it to Trump’s poster. His supporters were cheering him.

A self-confessed admirer of Trump, Gupta has been using his name to remain in news ever since the Delhi Police threatened to ‘extern’ him from the city for his frequent indulgence in mischief. Moreover, the media too is giving undue coverage to such issues. What’s Gupta’s intention behind these stunts, no one knows. However, he might be unaware that this Trump equally hates Indians also. The celebrations termed as desperate publicity stunt by social media sites users.

Donald Trump, the controversial Republican presidential candidate, once again blamed India for taking away jobs from Americans, pledging to bring them back if elected president even as the ‘Trump mania’ appeared to have picked up in the US ahead of “Super Tuesday” showdown. I hope these Hindu Sena publicity mongers could see this.

The 69-year-old real estate tycoon who became a politician only last summer has been drawing thousands of crowd across the country, hoped to “seal the deal”.

Super Tuesday refers to one or more Tuesdays early in a presidential primary season when the highest number of states holds primary elections.

Addressing a crowd of roughly 5,000 people, a big by US primary election standard — inside the hanger of a local airport in Tennessee, Trump sold the dream of “making America great again” by promising to bring back jobs from countries like India, China, Japan and Mexico, building the wall on US-Mexico border, “knocking the hell out ISIS”, and repealing and replacing Obama care.

Every promise of his drew a thunderous applause with people cheering “USA, USA” and “Trump, Trump”. People lapped on to every word he said from the makeshift stage with his Trump plane in the background.

Trump had earlier added India to the list of countries that he believes is taking away jobs from the US. Trump has been regularly singling out China, Japan and Mexico and occasionally Vietnam for taking away American jobs.

They are taking our jobs. China is taking our jobs. Japan is taking our jobs. India is taking our jobs. It is not going to happen anymore, folks!” Trump told to thunderous applause from the audience.

Trump and Modi both are known for their staunch communal approach and silent agenda, as both want their countries Muslim free. Here Right wing organisations always portrayed Muslims and Islam as threat to India, in a same way Trump portrayed them already a global threat.

With Modi Sarkar coming to power in the centre (May 2014), the picture of the country has changed drastically for the worse. On one hand, nation is witnessing the increasing unrestricted control of Corporate on our economy and on the other the sectarian divides are on the rise. This government had come to power standing on two pillars; one was the corporate world and other the solid support of RSS. Modi promised Achche din and danga mukt bharat (violence free society). The things have been totally in the opposite direction to the promises. During the first year of Modi Sarkar, the hate speeches went up to horrendous limits. One recalls that even before Modi Sarkar assumed the seat of power the divisive activities of ‘BJP associates’ in the form of propaganda of love jihad and Ghar Wapsi were on, and they continued without any respite. Soon after this Government came to power; in Pune; Mohsin Sheikh, a person working in IT was hacked to death by activists of Hindu Jagran Sena. The attack on Churches was very glaring and the process which was dominant in Delhi and Haryana was also witnessed in places like Panvel near Mumbai, Agra in UP amongst other places. Some recent examples are Mathrua and Kairana. The hate saga is their political agenda and its never going to stop.

It’s time to remain mature about the ongoing political developments. The craze of pampering Donald Trump will be hardly of any use to our country.

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Dr Vaidehi Tamanhttp://www.vaidehisachin.com
Dr Vaidehi an Accredited Journalist from Maharashtra is bestowed with Honourary Doctorate in Journalism, Investigative Journalist, Editor, Ethical Hacker, Philanthropist, and Author. She is Editor-in-Chief of Newsmakers Broadcasting and Communications Pvt. Ltd. for 11 years, which features an English daily tabloid – Afternoon Voice, a Marathi web portal – Mumbai Manoos, monthly magazines like Hackers5, Beyond The News (international) and Maritime Bridges. She is also an EC Council Certified Ethical Hacker, Certified Security Analyst and is also a Licensed Penetration Tester which caters to her freelance jobs.

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