Yes, Raja Rammohan Roy was an agent of Brahmanism.
Nehru was an agent of Brahmanism.
Gandhi was an agent of Brahmanism.
Just like Godse, Savarkar and Golwalkar.
You see as Hannah Arendt once said that the thing about fascism and fascists is that they are quick to discard their own ideologues and leaders once they have served their purpose.
They used Gandhi and Nehru as long as they served their purpose of establishing Brahmanical hegemony in an era haunted by the specter of communism and maintained a distance from Savarkar and Godse.
They discarded Gandhi and Nehru for Vajpayee and Advani and later discarded Vajpayee and Advani for Modi and Shah.
You don’t need to bother when Brahmanists replace less extremist leaders by more extremists ones. You don’t need to defend every leader the Right Wing hates.
The only ideologues we need are Ambedkar, Phule and Periyar.
The minority oppressor has always ruled the oppressed not by force but hegemony.
The entire existence of the oppressor depends on justifying the oppressed that they have a right to rule over them
The ruling class does this by culture, education and propaganda or as Gramsci said: hegemony.
So don’t wonder why slaves rarely revolted or why women remain subjugated.
Those wondering why so many Dalits and Backwards voted for Brahman Baniya Party should consider this fact.
The oppressor is always in minority and he rules over the majority by manufacturing consent.
Had Bengal been ruled by Nazis for 34 years, the Mukherjees and Chatterjees would have been great Nazis.
Well, that’s because the dominant class/caste is quick to align itself with the ideology of the new regime.
Why do you think they discarded the left for TMC and now showing great affinity towards BJP?
The communism of Mukherjees and Chatterjees was not about ideology but simply the need of the hour for them and they were quick to discard it the moment chips were down.
No More Chatarjee, Banerjee &Mukherjee Communists. They have shown their saffron in Bengal. The proletariat will fight its own battle.
We come from a great line of workers and worriers.
We had to wage wars in order to get bare necessities of life.
We struggled for the right to drink water, we struggled for the right to wear shoes, we struggled for the right to education, we struggled to conceal our breasts, we struggled to be treated as humans.
We have been fighting these Brahmanists for the past 2000 years.
Unlike those Savarna liberals, a mere 5 years of Brahman raj is not going to break our spirit.
We have hope for what is behind us: two millennia of class struggle between Brahmanists and us Shramanists.
Dalits, Backwards, Aboriginals & Minorities vote for BJP cause of their illiteracy and falling for consent manufacturing machinery of RSS.
But if anyone is a willing party to bringing back this Brahman Baniya Party back to power and fueling the rise of fascism in India: it’s the educated middle and upper-middle-class Brahman /Savarnas. Despite having a comfortable middle/upper-middle-class life, these Brahman-Savarnas won’t be happy until a Fascist sits in PMO, the constitution is replaced by Manu Smiriti and persecution of minorities becomes as common as Antisemitism of the Victorian era.
They exactly know what they are voting for and its consequences but they are far too dehumanized to ever bother by the horrors of fascism.
Heard of some special report by NDTV where the reporter goes to some Dalit household to enquire further about how they live, how they study, what problems they face and how they vote.
At first glance it looks kinda progressive but lemme remind you many such studies, take for example the studies on industrial psychology are done on workers, not the management. And it’s done for the sole purpose of making the system more productive for the management.
In short, the oppressor “studies” the oppressed to further fortify the structure of oppression.
We need no more studies/reports on workers or slaves or Dalits. We need more information on the oppressor class.
Why can’t they go and study a Baman household? Tell us how they eat, how they live, what “challenges” they face and how they choose their favorite political party?
These CBSE and UPSC results are just personal achievements, what’s the point of making them news headlines?
In a country where public education is being dismantled on purpose, in a country where private education is “reserved” for rich people, in a country were marks have been linked to the reputation of family, in a country where thousands commit suicide coz of underperforming in academics, in a country where just 8% population is 12th pass and in a country were completing education is next to impossible for 80% of the population; is it really necessary to add fuel to fire?
How’s that benefiting anyone at all?