Indian Man – Brahmin who speaks Truth commented on Indian Hindus’ Suspicion of Outsiders:
>I can answer your question, me being a Hindu brahmin following extreme Orthodox beliefs, I can answer your question honestly.
>You may dislike Brahmins, seems we deserve this for the decadent beliefs we have produced in the Subcontinent which has destroyed the entire fabric of the region.
>Not all Brahmins are rich or influential, but I can confirm for you something, there are even divisions in the Brahmin community.
>Not all Brahmins practice priesthood; only a subsection of them do it.
>I can tell you the reason the Indian is such a hideous creature – to tell the truth, Indian society itself operates in a hideous manner, and it’s the root of all filth that exists in India from corruption to hypocritical behavior.
>Indian culture boils down to religion. I perceive of religion and culture as different things, but most Indians have never had any cultural lineage.
>Nor do most Indians have any knowledge of any of their religious books. Almost every one of them was bought up watching religious movies portraying religious deities as pious and most godly.
>That’s where most Indians get their religious education from. Almost 80 percent of them have never read even 1 Upanishad or Veda in their life.
>The reason is simple – education is limited to certain classes, and other classes were not simply allowed into Gurukuls.
>After independence, the Hindu majority became bed partners with the British and formed their mythical nation of India.
>Never in the subcontinent’s history had Hindus had such power; they never controlled such a vast proportion of land that they control today.
>But they had a problem – most backward castes in India were simply illiterate and were separated by tribe and language – they even had their own tribal Gods.
>Since 1947, Hinduism for the first time became the doctrine of the state – previously only Brahmins, Kshatriyas and Vyshas were considered Hindu.
>Brahmins secretly believed that they were the only followers of Hinduism and had authority to enforce their dogma onto the other two varnas.
>But after Independence, they realized that the vast majority of Dalits and backward castes were simply isolated from their Dogma, and in a nation with many tribes, castes, tribal gods and languages, it became impossible for Hindus to unite all of them under one umbrella.
>Now Hinduism was used as state doctrine, and the state used its propaganda techniques to brainwash the nation with the Hindu Doctrine.
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