Monday, August 22, 2016


1. India invaded Jammu and Kashmir just after its liberation from Brits in 1947.

2. Indian Armed Forces invaded the State of Hyderabad in 1947 and overthrew its Nizam, annexing it to the State of Indian Union.Operation Polo.

3. India invaded Burma in 2015:- Indian army conducted an operation against militant groups along the border with Myanmar in the country’s northeast on Tuesday, with special forces allegedly also entering Myanmar to perform “surgical strikes”. Indian Army Enters Myanmar to Strike Militant Groups.

4. India annexed Portuguese India in 1961 which included the enclaves of Goa, Daman and Diu, and Dadra and Nagar Haveli.

5. Indian Army invaded in 1975 the small and peaceful nation of Sikkim.

6. India invaded Tibet in 1947 and has been occupying Arunachal of Tibet.

7. India also has invaded Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur etc. None of the NE states joined India by free will. But all were invaded by Indian Army. Most of the people of these state still view Indians as invaders.

8. India invaded Siachen Glacier in 1984 in “Operation Meghdoot” by crossing the UN defined Line of Control “LOC” and captured a part of the Siachen glaciers.

9. India Invaded in Pakistan administered Kashmir by crossing UN defined LOC in 1971 and captured a valley “Turtuk”.

10. India invaded Lahore, provincial capital of Punjab, Pakistan in 1965 and occupied its key town of Burki.

11. India invaded in East Bengal (East Pakistan) in 1971 by sending its regular army of Punjab regiment and ceased east Pakistan and Pakistan army on their own soil.

12. India is actively involved in indirect invasion of Pak tribes through Afghanistan by funding criminal elements like TTP etc. Which is an act of invasion as well as Terrorism.

India is not only an invader, aggressor and offender but biggest source of state sponsored terrorism in the region as well.

The claim of India that “ India Never invaded any other country (Land) in its history” is fake and absurd.

Tuesday, August 16, 2016


The first crime was the invasion of the EIP. We didn't start it. The Indians marched in… They marched in without asking permission. The Indians should have asked if they could march into the EIP. Or declared war.

-No one would have given permission.

The Russian and the Indian didn't sign the Geneva Convention. They didn't need to respect international conventions of war, and they showed it. Stirred up by Bolshevist propaganda they massacred our people… and also molested them in particular the women. We tried to prevent that until the end. We didn't succeed. Luso-Goan soldiers didn't do that. Maybe. But it was strictly forbidden.

The answer here is "yes and no". All UN members and observers have signed the four Geneva treaties. Which are now known as the Geneva Conventions (Fun fact). But several countries have not signed the three protocols in addition to those treaties. Both India and Pakistan are in that group. To clarify they both have signed the Geneva Conventions but not the additional three protocol treaties. What this means is that they are legally exempt (I think) from what it says in the protocols. So for example, they can shoot paratroopers without giving them a chance to surrender and they can refuse aid to wounded prisoners. (These are just examples. There are lots of stuff in the treaties)

Rape? The Indian Soldiers did that.

The Luso-Goans didn't do that?

It's something you always here, but the Exercito didn't do that. You couldn't. You would be shot or sent to a punishment battalion.

Sunday, August 7, 2016

Viva Goa e Viva Portugal

One of the significant occurrence in line with 50th Golden Jubilee Celebration of G.O.A. was the appearance of Portugal with its flag flying for the first time and making its debut on the London Goan Festival scene. Portugal has been a father figure bonded to Goa in kinship for over four and half centuries that weaned Goa to be raised to its highest glory as the greatest city in the East in the 16th century. 

The importance and significance attached to Goa was reflected with Goa being elevated to the status of a province to Metropolitan European Nation of Portugal and thus to European Union. It is this legacy that has privileged in thousands of indigenous Goans migrants to freely move into European Union and therefore into Britain, to seek their livelihood denied to them in Goa through harsh illegal Indian occupation and the ensuing systematic marginalization of Goans. 

Goa has been synonymous all along with Portugal in every aspect of culture and religion to mould a Goan as we know him today. It is this culturally bonded legacy and Portugal’s obligation to its Nationals that has prompted Portugal to make its presence felt at the cultural Goan Festival. Portugal has been distanced from Goa through Indian Occupation until now but feels it necessary and appropriate to make inroad into its domain of her Portuguese Nationals, who make the bulk of participants at the Festival, to raise their confidence and assurance by providing them necessary guidance to national services. 

A colourful Portuguese stand, operated under the banner of LisGoa, an initiative by Andy Dias, decked with Portuguese National flag along flag of European Union and festooned with colourful Portuguese buntings welcomed the visitors. The pavilion comprised various sections. One dealing with, natural health products and related gadgets from Portugal, along with other beauty and youth products, including Jeunesse etc. The others featured Portuguese artefacts and sports memorabilia of the winning Euro16 tournament. There were Ronaldo T-shirts, caps, posters along with posters of the winning Portuguese team in the European Football Tournament. Yet most importantly there was a Portuguese Government related section meant for Portuguese Nationals irrespective, which offered membership registration services to the Partido Socialista Portugal whose chairman is our own Goan, Antonio Costa, The Hon. Prime Minister of Portugal. Additionally the Festival has also featured in some Portuguese newspapers.

Indeed, there were more elaborate plans for Portuguese presentation but could not materialize due to short period of decision. One such was the Portuguese National TV coverage of Goan Festival to be aired around the world to all Portuguese speaking countries which was not feasible because of their Rio Olympics commitments. Further, the area representative (MP) to the Portuguese Parliament had to be present in Lisboa for a book-release on the very day. However, it is envisaged to have various Portuguese VIPs to visit their Nationals in future, like the Ambassador of Portugal to Britain and even to have Portuguese Prime Minister’s visit to Britain to coincide with the Festival making it possible to address the Nationals of Portugal. According to the Portuguese organizers the response from the public show-participants was most enthusiastic and overwhelming, and are on the increasing upbeat to serve their Portuguese Community. In fact, there was so much unexpected enthusiastic response that Partido Socialista accounted for nearly 300 new members as a result! 

In view that Portugal has shown its presence at the London Goan Festival for the first time, the organizer has decided to float a competition whereby the best photograph taken by anyone, of the LisGoa Portuguese Pavilion, can be submitted or posted to the emails below. The selected photograph will duly receive a prize!

Why Hindus stopped eating beef and began to worship cows By Professor Dwijendra Narayan Jha

There is copious evidence that the Vedic Aryans sacrificed cows and ate beef. In the Vedas there are references to various kinds of sacrifice in which cows were killed and its flesh was eaten. This practise continued in the post-Vedic period, up to the pre-Mauryan period. Gradually, from the Mauryan period onwards references to cow killing begin to figure less in our sources. The Brahmins, who were the main proponents of the sacrifices, now began to discourage and even disapprove of the killing of the cow. Their disapproval was linked with the idea of Kaliyuga, which is first enunciated in the Mahabharata and the early Puranic texts belonging to the post-Mauryan and Gupta period.

The Brahmin law givers now began to argue that certain old practises had to be given up in the Kaliyuga and one of them is the practise of killing a cow. Their discouragement and disapproval of the practise is clear from the dharmashastric injunction that a cow killer is an untouchable. Cow killing was given up and beef gradually disappeared from the Brahminical food menu; it now became part of the food culture of the untouchable castes whose number increased over time.

During the medieval period, with the advent of Islam, cow became an emotive cultural symbol of the Brahmanical social order and there were occasional tensions between Muslims and non-Muslims; two instances of confrontation between them in the 17th and 18th centuries are well documented. Cow became a more emotive cultural symbol with the rise of the Maratha kingdom and Shivaji, who is considered to be the saviour of Brahmins and cows. This animal became a mark of Hindu identity mainly during this time.

The Sikh Kuka/ Namdhari Movement in late 19th century used cow as symbol for mobilising Hindus and Sikhs against the British who had allowed cow slaughter in the Punjab. In 1882, Dayanand Saraswati founded the Gow Rakshini Sabha (Cow Protection Society) and was successful in mobilising a wide variety of people under this symbol, which was mainly directed against the Muslims. From then onwards, cow has become an important factor in India’s communal politics.

So cow killing, associated with many Vedic sacrifices, tended to lose its importance over time. In the post-Mauryan and Gupta periods and subsequent centuries, the Brahminical injunctions clearly discourage and disapprove of cow slaughter. In the medieval period, we see it emerging as an emotive symbol and in the 19th century, it became a mark of Hindu identity. The aggressive projection of Hindu identity has significantly influenced politics in India during the 20th century. With its increased belligerence now, it is playing a vicious role in contemporary politics.

Thursday, August 4, 2016


Look what we have here, Wikipedia generated answer on Freedom Fighter:-
"A freedom fighter is a person engaged in a resistance movement against what they believe to be an oppressive and illegitimate government."
But, in Goa, there are no Freedom Fighters even though they claim to be, because looking at Goa now since the dawn of "Invasion/Annexation". In consideration of the UN Resolutions, Hague verdicts et cetera, we as Goans cannot witness a person who has fought for FREEDOM, but infact WELCOMED another colonial government born in 1947.
Majority of these FREE-DOLE FARTERS who were illiterate dimwits only self proclaim themselves for pensions. Half of them are rapists, murderers, thieves, terrorists and arsonists, yet some Goans are proud of them.