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Brahmins have infected every space in India with caste discrimination and Brahminism. They have made separate foods – especially for Brahmins, and there already is caste discrimination in private job sector.
As per the website, brahminexpert, it is dedicated private job exchange run by Brahmin welfare organisation for the unemployed Brahmin community and it is run by Tamil Nadu Telugu Brahmana Saba Trust.
We have seen, such organisations and so called upper castes having links in private companies don’t give any chance to Dalit-Bahujans in jobs at private companies. When these so called upper castes have links and family members in private companies there is no way they will give opportunity to lower castes. This is the reason manuwadi governments are privatizing everything so that they don’t have to implement reservation and upper castes will keep on enjoying!
We demand reservation in private sector and we strongly object privatization.
Inshallah, Kashmir: Living Terror is a 2012 documentary film directed, produced and written by Ashvin Kumar. It is the story of contemporary Kashmir. A series of counterpointed testimonies, the heartbreaking coming-of-age of ordinary people; warped and brutalised by two decades of militancy and its terrible response.
Testimonies of ordinary Kashmiris recount a brutal militancy and its terrible response. Dodging agents of Indian armed-forces, the filmmakers were able to obtain rare testimonials in the highest militarized zone in the world. The film tells how freedom is conceded and replaced by fear, governance by institutionalized oppression and a paradise made desolate on the watch of India : a secular, democratic republic. (Source- IMDB and Wikipedia)
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Last week, I asked on Twitter that are you Non-casteist or Anti-casteism? (Non-Casteist = Don’t discriminate Anti-Casteism = Want whole caste system end)
I was overwhelmed by the response. 939 people voted with 30% saying they are non-castiest and rest 70% saying they want whole caste system to end. This result can be biased as most of my Twitter followers are from Dalit community so they want whole caste system to end. Maybe, same was represented in the poll results.
Now, the question is is being non-casteist just enough? 30% non-casteist, do they feel comfortable with discrimination happening to others? Following are the usual responses that I hear from most of the upper castes –
I don’t discriminate.
I won’t discriminate.
I never discriminated.
I am not casteist.
I can’t discriminate.
… and the list goes on and on.
Why even after 2000 years this caste based discrimination is there? Maybe because people in power tend to turn blind eye on caste discrimination. Because they are non-casteist (maybe) not anti-casteist.
Even if you are non-casteist, Dalits are still being discriminated, Dalits are still being raped, killed etc. It is not enough that you are non-casteist. You turning blind eye (being non-casteist) to caste discrimination is not going to change anything in society, Dalits will still be killed, discriminated. Most of Indians don’t get angry seeing caste discrimination; it has become a part of people’s lives in India and till we won’t get angry seeing caste discrimination, there won’t be any change in the society. Get angry and fight against caste based discrimination.
If we want any change, we need to stop being non-casteist to anti-casteism.
What you guys think? Let me know in the comments.
जो भीख मांगकर खाए,
वह सबसे ऊँची जाति है। ( ब्राह्मण )
जो छीन कर खाये,
वह दूसरे नंबर की जाति है।( क्षत्रिय )
जो हेराफेरी करके खाये,
वह तीसरे नंबर की जाति है।( वैश्य )
जो मेहनत करके,उत्पादन करके खाये
वह सबसे नीच जाति है। ( शुद्र )
जितनी मेहनत कड़ी होती जायेगी,उतनी ही जाति नीची होती चली जायेगी.