Satya Dosapati on the Urgent lessons for India P2

Anti-CAA riots, Shaheen Bagh, Feb 24-25 riots and now Tablighi Jamaat. All these are manifestations of a root issue - to destabilise India. The different methods and how to tackle them is discussed in this video.

Part 1 can be watched at – Satya Dosapati on the Delhi riots and urgent lessons for India P1

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  1. Dear Mr Dosapati & Mr Iyer,
    Rajiv Malhotra is correct when he said that the Western academia, journalists and the leftists are very good in what they do. It is sheer laziness and idiocy on our part to say they are idiots and they dont know what they are talking about. They have done enormous intellectual tapasya, studied our traditions and our religion in very deep extent, discovered where the critical flaws and weaknesses are, and have exposed them and attack them relentlessly. How do you think the impregnable Golconda fell to marauding Aurangzeb’s forces on his second siege? The same teachnique where they studied the fort, its weaknesses and paid off the subedar of one of the gates. He later became the Sunni Nizam and the character of the Telangana country changed from a highly secular, Shia persian quli shahi dynasty to the intolerant Nizam for 200 years.

    I find that several of your points too emotional and not followed up by solid study, like your enemy. This is not a good example for your audience. We should have solid research and thoughtful understanding of the situation, dont rant.

    Some points to consider:
    Study how the conservatives in the USA are operating. They also are operating under a severe threat and attack from the leftist media. See how Trump is relentlessly mocked and attacked. See how Democrats are built up as highly intelligent personas. That teaches you about the mode of operation of this left liberal cabal and how they use their power. Also, study how they are resisted by the conservative ecosystem.

    In India, we have our own unique strengths and weaknesses compared to the conservatives in USA. In India, the depth of the nationalistic feel is far more, probably because the youth is just coming into the public space and they still are strongly tied to their families and home culture. So, they resist very strongly against any threat to their concept of a unified India which they feel is their intellectual home, unlike the half in USA which has been uprooted and ‘secularized’ and cut away from their base. So that is a strength for the ‘conservative movement’ in India which is why Republic and other outlets are so popular. This is also why Bollywood is failing dismally in the last decade, but native media is growing.
    But you do have a problem in TN and Kerala. Conservatives in India have to think more deeply and seriously. Study your opponent and put in as much tapasya as your opponent has done into studying you.
    For example, take the case of Kerala. You need to figure out why your cultural capital is unable to be deployed effectively, despite having huge advantages. Where are your strengths?

    1. Look at Jesudas, Sudarshan, the Malabar RC communities, the Syrian Christians and several other non-evangelical communities. Figure out how to speak to them about how to harmonize their recent historical Christianity with the older and more organic Hinduism, from the Kerala traditions. Develop pride in enabling them to see their Christianity as a variant of the Dvaita of Madhva or even Ramanuja, and realize its relation with Sankara’s Advaita. Show them the relevance of Sankhya and Vedanta to the modern world, where a strict middle eastern interpretations of their fables has faded away.
    2. Emphasize to these friendly communities the place of Hinduism as futuristic, that influences the thinking of most modern quantum physicists and neuroscientists, that influences Steve Jobs, Wachowskis or Nolans to produce radical thinking and influential Hollywood movies. That Indian music, Ayurveda, Yoga, rituals and temples are centers containing incredible wealth of knowledge that is going to be invaluable for the future.
    3. Encourage this among the Hindu community. Every Malayali should know about Madhava of Sangamagrama, about the Ayurveda and Yoga and its current influence in the world.

    I think Aravindan Neelakandan is a giant intellectual who is one of the deepest and most profound thinkers. We should showcase him more.


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