Marxist march on redefining…

A statue has been unveiled in India and it is the tallest in the world. A statue of an Indian hero, that is all I know. Something about uniting India into a unified country, probably so the Yiddish East India Company could exploit them easier, a Sarder Patel.

The one who won over British leaders in the Satyagrah of Kheda and Bardoli, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was the Bismarck of Modern India, who led the welfare of farmers. He is renowned as the architect of independent India, as he united all diverse 562 princely states to build one great Republic of India. Shri Narendra Modi decided to pay honorable tribute which will be cherished for centuries by the whole world and it will become a matter of pride for every Indian for this great man. Built in less than five years, it is the world’s tallest, grandest and giant statue. It is a tribute to the man who united India, Sardar Patel.

Alright. So if he such a great national hero then why are you defining it in European references and the context of Bismark? There is absolutely no correlation between Bismark and whoever this person is. How can you call yourself a nation when you define your hero with foreign references and terms? You cannot.

Not only does this insult Bismark this also insults this Mr.Patel, the German and the Indian.

On and on the Marxist marches…

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