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As Narendra Modi’s remarks on Hinduphobia show, liberals must get used to being shown the mirror

Hinduphobia has become so normalized in the liberal world that they shake their head in utter disbelief when someone shows them the mirror.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a rally in Mathura remarked upon the blatant Hinduphobia that is rife in the Liberal world. He said, “It is this country’s misfortune that when some people hear the words ‘Om’ and ‘Cow’, they get triggered. They think the country has gone back to the 16th century.”

As expected, liberals are angry with the Prime Minister again for saying the obvious.

Asaduddin Owaisi, too, has chimed in. He says that he ‘hopes’ that Narendra Modi will keep in mind that the Indian Constitution grants right to life and equality to humans and not cows.

Only yesterday, a journalist associated with the National Public Radio used the same rhetoric as the Pulwama Terrorist and claimed that Indians will be better off if they abandon Hinduism as they will then be able to rid themselves of ‘piss drinking’ and ‘dung worshipping’. Such distasteful rhetoric, unfortunately, is extremely popular in the Liberal world.

More so, liberals constantly demean the reverence Hindus have for cows and mock them and insult them for it. It’s quite obvious that Narendra Modi was referring to it in his speech. And as expected, liberals are outraging on it too.

On numerous occasions, the Prime Minister has spoken out on the alleged mob lynchings of cow smugglers. As the leader of this country, it is only natural that he has issued a statement on the thinly veiled bigotry against Hindus that’s extremely pervasive in political discourse in this country.

Liberals had outraged when Narendra Modi condemned the alleged mob lynchings too, claiming that he was not doing enough to curb it. And now, liberals are outraging again when he called them out on their Hinduphobia.

It only shows that liberals want the Prime Minister to say only what they want him to say. They don’t seem to realize that the time when they controlled narratives have long since past. Narendra Modi is known to keep a close eye on the developments in social media platforms. Therefore, he has no doubt noticed the pervasive Hinduphobia that dominates the discourse on the Left.

Narendra Modi’s condemnation of Hinduphobia was timely given the climate we are living in. Hinduphobia has become so normalized in the liberal world that they shake their head in utter disbelief when someone shows them the mirror. However, as the results of the 2019 General Elections demonstrate, its time they get used to it. The voices of the unheard masses shall be silenced no more.

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K Bhattacharjee
Black Coffee Enthusiast. Post Graduate in Psychology. Bengali.

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