It is terrbile to say that Reddys and Kapus are targetting Brahmins just out of jeaolusy. Everyone is trying to suppress Brahmins, who never did any harm to any one. In fact, Dalits are ill treated by Reddys , not by Brahmins. We, the Brahmins, have no place in the so called secular country.
Re: Brahmins today
by VITHALRAO KULKARNI (View MyPage) on Jun 16, 2013 11:26 AM
It is very miserable that poor Brahmin s are in this condition, govt also want to suppress and public also want to suppress,in karanataka power full lingayat and Vakkaliga are dominating and accusing the brahmins for dalit problems.
Re: Re: Brahmins today
by Ati Chari (View MyPage) on Jul 31, 2013 08:55 AM
both raghuram and vithal are right.We are only about 4% of the population.What we lack is unity, brahmin brotherhood, killer instinct and physical aggression and number.In india the non brahmins capitalize on their huge numbers in votebank politics to gain vote and stay in power.We out of providing quality for our children ,have less children butinthelongterm are losing out in the numbers and support arena.What i am saying may be sillynow.But we brahmins must putup a fund only for brahmins to lookafter unemployed brahmin people and must stick to each other at any cost putting our personal differences aside.The fundwill not only help brahmin people who are unemployed but will helpbrahminpeopleindistress.Already there is subtle but efficient brahmin genocide being done by non brahmin politicians and it is actually happening.To stop thisgenocide we must multiply in huge numbers and help each other out.While we have quality we should also have quantity to make a major impact in today's world.We need to play the number game to be a force in the vote bank and have the numbers to fight back.We are facing a similar situation to the afrikaner(white south africans of primarily dutch ,german and french ancestr)y are facing reverse aparthied from the blacks.What they have is unity, afrikaner brotherhood, killer insticnt andconcentrate on brain and brawn.In 1991, when nelson mandela came many afrikaners started a town named orania, which is an afrikaner only town which is self sufficien